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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i N r If f l y b r3ti f iI 1 iT WlOI l y TVTnTCrAMrLKlCANi VO XXVI NO XXXV I LOUISVILLE KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 9 iyu4 ESTABLISHED 79 11 = Jog 1 I dk cL 4U hsIs It ynutlSome ones reset of right IIII has In it you Some ont lives a life nf ease Doing largelyI an they pleann Drifting idly with tbt breezt IH it you himtIB it you Some one proud y looks behind him bit you 7 Borne one full of good advice Scams to tbiuk it rather nice In a hasbeens paradise Is It you one trutB to luck for winning fSOIUtti IB it you one craves a new beginning hit ou1 r e 1 never bad YlSuch a chanc as Jones lad I- td Some likewise quite a cad is it you 1 I So mo ones terribly mistaken IH It you Some one sadly will awaken Is It you Some ones working on the plan That a mastmful I Hun Dueant help to matte the man I Hit you Some one yet uaaunalke a killing J f And its you Some one needs but to be willinll Aad its you Some one better set his Jaw Ceaxt to be a man of straw Gut sums sand into his craw And its youtt Baltimore American WOMENS WoRKs I Reached Central t ity July nth was euiertainiHl in the Inviting home of- fr deanm G W Braaheari visited church 8 p m found antf appreciative audi l I Iat bad naneabled RPV Wm Uuder pastor was abrent but had an nounoed our mtttinte Authe cpjio u y t aluu of our meeting we succeeded in r orgaiilxitKC a University society with I e following officers sisters Annie aiheara Ava fcuuis Bell Coleman reidents Mary A Wilson Myrtle 11 11B aeoreiariea Mary Robinson Ellen Knnia Ccerry Wells Ila WiUou Member r of the board of wtnaef collected 210 Deacons Braiuuara and Wells donating 25 ceota J each Our ntxt poiut was Me Henry upon reaching the station at Central City we found Rev Orudoff awaiting accompany ua to MoHeury having tLOt come over on early train from Russell 4 4valle We went at once to the home of ulster Mary Thomas who has been so rJ active in the educational work at this J point ioi ry to find ber so greatly iu t diduosed Vlsited tbe church at night itAIda Urge audience gieetd us Af ter devotional impressively conducted by pastor OrudolT we were introduced anti received a contribution of 200 the following peraouM contributed 26 cents eacutKevrf Hi Orndofl and W H Jaoknon and brother Horace MoKuever S dieter Lula Taylor kludly contented to take the pieaiduucy of tht Childrens Band utll filter Thomaa Is well again l we are praying for a speedy recovery fur this dear sister Leithtleld was our next point was greatly discouraged ups on reaching this point ana finding Rev Tbouiaa at the atatlou to take the aatue train upon wblCn wo had arrived be j xpruesed his regrets and assured us a Bucuefttful meeting We were as aualtf recelvert in the home of sister yrt Little Davis a71dCuonlughlm where cur stay as iudeed moat pleas ant At night just wbeu we were ready for ohurcu a heavy storm ensued aud t hindered our uttnidig church but we t have the pmuiiie of a uoiitributiou Iroiu ibis cbuicli Hartford was the nnxt point we w reached Braver Daiu on colicduled trot aud Limit stage line for Uardford five wiles dUtitnce found dear slater Puipps awaiting our arrival With Oj cu arms we were weicouieu into this werepKindly oared fur antil Monday morni ig Uu Snndav morns g wV vihiied Sunday School where WM f and a large nu ber or scholars in attendance was glad to- IN tie teaouem HO iutHrttsted We wre lntro luoed and presented cur claims receiving 1 00 fur same At 8 p m we addrerifcU he entire congregation the following pewou contributed to our work were rUtum Susie Uweus An nit Carney Helen Hustlers deacons WfKx5on Pfapppsi B D Nbell Joseph Henry Parks total 810 We also or g- T pulsed a society with the following officer illicit Helen Hunter Mullle + r tiordtn presidents Gertrude Cbiun garak Bacon iecretariwij hllen Le tiaf Treftanrer Julia Sutton Salentba IJ ei v t c- ii Huuitr Molli tiordeu members of tnr boaid of managers We Iffi Monday morning lor Central City tUtilJUtI to Suuiu Carrolltun we reached tilt miter portal at 280 p m fuuud Rev George Brown awaiting our arrival At uignt a tain storm fcuautd which iiindeiua our meeting we wire oft next morning bur Liverinorc Miouts Emma and LlZZle Bruvtn Chiug to Set US oft Xkeuuhiug Livcruioro we louud Rev U aud Y H Watbuu awaiting ua tamo dear tetra oru alia the cuildreu We spent te time pleasantly m net nomad At nigiii we visited the ciiuicn where a large crowd mad assembled Song ants prides service was conducted by brother Waioii in wbicu all preant IOUK an active part we wee thou IU uoduced raring our ciaima uelure the ccugrcgtttiuu and a collection ol S3 ui was given Below nee uamea of uou tubuiora Revs P He Watuou H Watson anti L Uouuwy bicturtm Burt Crow uuu Jetty Ocnzucry biatent Au iilo Coiidili and Muty lies Tucnucifcty hopett to oenu a nooil conuibuiiuii title year Miss Lulu Boiau iur laitnful friend bupesto enlarge net coutriuu tioii to the wor luiB year Cttinuuu watt our hell IulL Rev Watson ao COWl ullJg UB to ibo wuuit wliere we wok tue iltiie bout rlie Kallirta lor Cttlbuun a Uiaiauce 01 12 wilts dowu truacuexoua Ureeu Rivet The iieavj rain otuiiud in oiia bcCUoii hall HWoliuU title stream until u had reacu high Mater Wo Cau nvLr luigrt With WLat reluctance we wane title trap We be lieve iu our old watch word Uue Lord Out Jfciiu and Uue Bttptiam out must admit we dout like do much water aa title Wueu we Had lauded naf ly we melt to tnauk the LulU lor nil guidance 01 the little bark on which we had wade the trip We feel especially gtuiefui to Mr Chapman wuu snowed us Su many lavoiH oa that seemingly periioUb trip Tuere Kite no oue 10 wart ua at the wuan in tact no ine Be tUieU to be expecting ua liuu it uut bleu fur iiitu a ouiiug ua a stopping pace we WuUld nave opeltb a llluet un pietwaut day Ac night we visited tbe unuiuu u bueautiiui now bundiug re cently completeu A tew assembled to near UB tutuugu ibd Kiuuuetta of rrob Uuaiuiaii and Jones a coilectiouof201 was given uu firou X Cba mau 60 ueuis ana uiayJohuHou 20 cents spent a pieataut uigut m the flume ol our liro deacon near the church whose wife Iud little daugater made ua welcome Lett next luormug by boat fur JLVdrtnore spent tae day pleasantly here at the home oi Rev F H vvutbon Accom panied by rum aid his puasant little wile aud Miani Borah to the train we were off at 380 fut Utica rescuing title point lodhd slater More man awaiting lu her buggy driving two miles over nilia we Lounu ourselves at last comfortably boubtd in their beautiful new name auiruuuued by every jouitort of hie We wets warmly received by each member of the fatally an elegant supper was sewed uu alter which we were oft lor caurcn three miles all tance Pastor Sueioourn was absent out bah announced our meeting thee chuicu was undergoing heeded repairs but owing to tue thouKuttulueed of uea cou Mooormau w were ale to sold oui meeting A large number of intelli gent young men and women had as sernbleu to near us mot of thom being active members ut he society which has MUlti tiatt e Hunter as Its active preuiuent We were introduced by ber aud we made an appeal fur our work receiving a contribution of 200 tor dame spent tile bight at tue twine of Miss Toibcrt Pleaaant Ridge beingour next poiut Asking your urayers I remain yours with bens L 111 the wora L M JACKSON IN MEMORIAM Iu loviuiug memory of my dear bus bane Wildum A Coaman who died AugUIlL 22nd lUUil i One yar ago today we stood And bitter tears ot sorrow abed J lieu oer tbe cold and Uialesi term Ot uue we loved aud he was deadI ills ryes were elated in peaceful sleep His hands were folued on his beHst We bowed and kiM d the cold pale lips Our lather and husbands HOIII had gue to rest Weml fl your form your face and voice Your tender words of love Ant hope tat yre way meet again ljurno nay ih heaveu above From Loving Wife r ac- idn IrcntitiALtLtlblitaw alloy iistaltw fteOULLC I 1i of it S yr 4 JIJfjJoPIt R J A Missionary Appointed i The Consolidated association in its tI last session held vitb the Consolidated church Lexington Ky July 1216 left tbe appointing of a district m sslonary to the Executive Board- A spf oial meeting f c oosideraI tion of tbe SAme was held Thursday evening August 18th in the Broadway I Baptist church WinchPRter Kv I After fervent praytr the Board in its t judgment guided by the Holy Spirit I overII We ask of all within our bounds and others too to receive our aQeut and treat him according to the teaching of the yew Testament aud bid him Gods spied Members of the Board Rev C P M Blgbee D D It RT Frye B D H S P Young D D II K W Hawthone D D 11 H Nutter D II J KisberI D D DII I J W HOI II B M JohnsnnII IUI Payne 1 II C Smothers D DII II W J M Price II L C Holloway 11 R B BrtlerJ A MJ 11 J J Johnson D n 11 J Francis Wilson Is Golf Catching on to popular favor It seems to be A not cable Inctease in sales of Painkiller comes from golf districts The reason for this IB clear HS Perry Davis Painkiller is the oldest and best reme dy extant for ppral 8J strains bruises I add soreness all of which are of com mon occureuce either in vigorous play or through accident Everywhere the standard liniment and balm Phelps Hall Bible Training School Connected with the Tuskegee Instituted Tuskegee Ala offers exception al opportunities to young men wishing to prepare for tbt Christian ministry Tue chief aims of the Bible Train ing School are to give young colored men and women a comprehensive knowledge of the entire Eugiish Bible and to implant into their hear it the noble ambition to dedicate their lives to the elevation and Chrlstiauization of their people The students are required to do missionary work in the various churches and Sunday School near tbe Institution and in this way has been vry helpful the neighboring commu nitiesThe teaching of tbe Bible School is wboly undenominational the intention being not to oppose or antagonize any theological work cow being done but rather to assist all denominations Phelps Hall the building in which the school in taught was given by a genereue New ark friend It is a frame structure three stories sigh con taining a chapel library reading room and the office of the Dean with three recitation rooms beside forty rooms for Rev dormitory KdgarpurposesIHe is assisted by Rev B P Johnson and Rev J H Gad el1 Bt Kev Geo W Clinton of Charlotte N C and Dr tieT Johnson of Philadelphia Pa deliver a regular use of lectures dur the term Rev Moses Jackson of the Presbyterian church Chicago delivered a pecoial course of lectures during the past let m Tbe teaobing is free The cost of board including furnished room light fuel washing etc is 860 per montn Students will be given an opportunity to work out from 160 to 800 of tires amount tails leaving only ibO to 700 to be paid iu Casa In soave Fasts arrangements may be wane so that student may work out the whole amount Lank of means need debar none For further iufoimation address Booker T Washington Principal Tuskegee Institute Tunkegee Institute t la WOMENS WORK To the pastors Sunday School superintendents and the Baptist worn n or KentuckyDear and slaters We have started our summer campaign in the interest of our Conventional work and as uouftl I addrea you this annual let ter We wish to express our gratitude to our Heavenly Father for the gracious Manner in which be has so long led and C I tItf 0 i tr ffTfc fr3Pg4I fflafrMB oomfortad us thrnu h ilitlici llirI bill 1 seen and unptl1 Fortw ntyenryp ri Hin hand t BH guided U nd too wll do we remember that glorious mention held tlust October in Iplw Baptist church Franklin Ky how the Xjinl uiet uln the way and poured out Kin blissingH upon UH BO that our cups ran I ovr and were made to exclaim liTh Lord hath none great things for uta IJ We are looking with tits ey of faith to mir gathering togetliMr ThursdaY- ber61904 Octo 1 in that grand old Fir t BapI tist church Lexington which feels BO near to me as there wa + the place where I first saw tbt light and fell tho power of the Holly Spirit by th burden of my heart rolling away We are 1 look UK forward c a grand meeting Gurlaat meeting was a great Inspirit tlon to our work Christ was certainly In our midst a large delegation of BIH tera and brethren and we rained me money than at any pH viII ii apjone- Ve i now ask you u unite with t s f carrying on this glnnoua work for Q w know every true Baptist bmthe and sister is with us Wealuiply gip the signal for mart hing orders W r e all this campaign ia for the iinu s well as the old all tome with nutMi hurt and hand to more earnestly tarry out this great work so that the reports at our Convention at Lexington in Or tober will show greater HUCCIHH ha ever before Lotus leave no stuns n turied where we rosy tusk friendH n eoure aid Our fathern planted wit 1 and well but they have ceased from title labor and gone to their rept but their consecrated efforts prayers aid Haerifioes will live an long as there in H student of State University who in able to raise the banner of that institution Shall we provide suitable builiuga and have comfortable surroundings for our students If HO the flag ot the ftaptint Womens Educational Convention IH now hurled to the bCMe wit 11 200000 ad its eusighn wo call on our soldiers in all parts of our state aud in other states old regulars and volunteers to- keep that flag from trailing in the dust U There is no r ischarge in this warsea to i that your churoh is organized and is represented at our rezitneetiug On missionary dater Jackson will visit you if she has nut ulrady done so du not fan to help her give her an encour aging word and a good collection We ask your prayers that our efforts may be crowned with success and that in the near future we shall have a cplendid building towering toward the kies drawing young wen and women to the haven of Christian Education Yours for the success of the cause M E STEWARL- President of the Baptist WomeuM Educational Convention Louisville Ky 14t No Time Is Man Secure From attacks of such disorders of the stom ach as cbolera morbus cramps and diarrhoea but these complaints are common during the heated term when it is dangerous te neglect them Pain kller is a remedy tbat ha never failed and the severest attacks have been cured by it Avoid substitutes there is but one Painkiller Perry Davis 26 and 50 cents UNIVERSITY NOTES S U Rah rah rah rah S U Rab rah rah rah Hurrah Burrahl State University rah rah rah xo x State University opened Tuesday Sept 6th with 75 students There were many visitors present The forenoon was given up to ppeak ing by friends and vision Revs G F Watson Wm Johnson B G McClelltiii r P Blue Drs B P Marrs J H Frank aud D A Caddie Messrs Curtis A Wilhoit and several others with Mrs J E Givens anuress ed the large assembly Sue snug a solo whieb touched every heart Mr W B Britt charmed his audi ence in chapel by duging one or his charming solos Dr Frank pain him a high complimentOurSankey The four African boys sang a quar tette which was was well received Prof Brown is detained in Michigan on account of illness Among our visitors worn Miss Lula Brown Mis C Griffith Mm Johnson and many ladles from the various churchesTrustee W H Cralghead was present but his modesty kept him from speak ing Trustees Reynolds and Marrs visited the grounds and buildings Monday Thoy noted many deeds and will soon call ob the ohurohee and friends to OL Y 1 t- j r I stanchlshipIMONTHLIES centsBaptisterr copy per quarter I QUARTERLIESSenior centsAdvancedIntermediate 2 Primary 2 Onr Story Quarterly new 1K ptr copy t per quarter Picture H 4 H D 2 ILLUSTRATED PAPERS Price prrquar peryeart Tbe abase prices are itlforelubt office or more Good Work monthly Price IS cents peryear In clubs of ten or more 10 cents finpnl Biblical Studies now lIs printed In thee parts I PREPARATION FOR CHRIST 30 lessons In the Old II PERSONAL PRESENCE OF CHRIST 40 lessons in the Gospels III CHRIST IN His PEOPLE lessons In the Acts and tl Epistles In paper cover Parts ILand IIL 15 each Part II cents The work 40 cents HOUSE 1407 Olive Street St Louis =raise soma money to supply our needs Tuesday all aturimitfl wore assigned on Wednesday all classes formed and lessons aligned Thursday all clhobea recited and were marked No time to loseFor the first time Mr W H Steward Chairman of the Trustee Board was absent from the openmir of school BuHinuftH in 8t Louis compolled him to be out of thu city All the preachers and visitorn said they were dttrmLiars to do more for the University this Y ear titan they have ever doue Many nave exp eased themselves that wherein they gave over oue hundred dollars at thu Uuiversiiy Rally in Winchester they intend 10 give over two hundred at the next A ctootati m in August at Rev Bate8rchurcIiV Prof F B HawwitiB called In to ate UB encouraged us It IB said that the gentleman of Pex ryvillf has left the state of single hap pluesa There will be services Sunday even ing at 0 oclock at Berean church and Sunday Suhtol in the morning at nine thirty The first meeting of the Literary Society will ake place Friday night oclock September the ninth FOR OVER SIXTY YEARS Mrs Winslow Soothing Syrup has been used for over 60 years ny millions of mothers for their children white teething with perfect success It soothes the child softens the gums allays all paiucures wind colic and is the bust remedy for diarrhoea It will relieve the poor little sufferer immediately sold by DrutifiUta in every par of tna world Tweutv fivecentabottle Be sure and ask for Mrs Winslow goothing Syrup and take no other A SHORT LETTER I Will you allow me space in your val uable paper to inform the Baptist of Kentucky why I lulled to mett them at the General Association On account of tbe illness of health I was unable to be with them or hioiil regret very much Our obnrca ta yet alive both spiritu ally and financially and trying to foster tho cause of hrist When I read the American Baptist how the brethren all wet on one accord aud that was for peace and harmony I said B bold wbat manner of love the fath er bath btBlowed upon UH that we should be otlltd the eons of God I extend my congr tniutlonB to the Baptist of Kentucky upon their selection of offi cers for the ensuing year- I feel assure that Dm Ward Carp n ter Bigbee will not leave a ate ue tnat will dorn to tbe good o of thu Baptists The Baptists ot Sou hero Kentucky feel that they have n cciv d an honor that was due lhlI froth the General Association the r selection of Rev H D Carpenter 88 assistant moderator Rev Carpenter is a Htioug young man md stands big as an able preacher and Christian gen tleman Brother Steward nerds no comment as secretary and you know Dr Marr will never let a dollar get away without telling where it went T HMAOK Pnanklln Ky Y- t l J j i T e tii LESSON LEAFLETS Bible IceateacbPrimaryLessons 2U cents per sell ttr quarter I Bible Lesson Pictures 75 cents per qvarttr I HOME DEPARTMENT SUPPLIES Senior D Quarterly cutsAdvanced Quarterly furcofyl fxr tjuarttrt SOcentsBoys 22Our12YOl1l1rI complete Testament jo e Price cents 20 complete American Baptist Publication Society WESTERN Mo and at 8 and unturned In ASSOOATIONAL MEETINGS IN KENTUCKY rOR 1904 First District B W E Convention 17FirstConventionPartucah May io South District APsorhitionGlendale Jane 16 G R V S 6 Convention Cnlhoun June 23 1 Central District H S Convention Jeflersontown June 23- B W Missionary Convention of Ky Louisville June 28 Y M S H S Convention Cadiz June 23 Union District R S Convention 1 Consolidated S 8 Convent 716 V Mays j22 Central District jCarroltotij iy 7 L R do C V 8 S Convention Cerulean July London District S S Convention Altamoant July 8 Zion S S Convention Pleasant Hill July 15 r Consolidated Association I Lexington July 14 W Ky G V S S Convention Milburn Sept 8 Grees River S S Convention Howards Creek Association Psncer Clark cot July 21 South Dlptrict 8 S Convention Crab Orchard July 27 Young Mens State AssociationDixon July 21 New Liberty g S Convention Marble Creek August 4 General Associationi Winchester Ang 17 f Liberty Association Mt Union Aug 25 j Green River Valley Association Bevier AugnntSS Mt Pleasant District Association Betbcmldi FayetteCo Aug 31 Mt Calvary District Association Branuenburg Sept L R dl C V Association Rocky Ridge Sept 1 Zion Association 1stUnionSmiths Grove Sept 8cLiberty S S Convention 16London tAssociationJell t 18FirstgProvidenceHowards Crppk S S Convention wjHowards Creek Sept 22 Baptist Womens Educational Con vnLexington Oct AaI B W R Convention of L B 4 C V A r r e 11 + f A Cape Town South Africa discover that rakes I Curly Hair Straightimd Soft a lift Absolutely nartnlrss Never Pulls Sent bj express prepaid on receipt of price t tafolbwe perbottleiOdNoCurlynalr Address General A9encyfor u 8 anal Caasadl THE FACTOIIYt tr C f 1 kr ti Y ih iSRN a e sh IpA i c I t AMBftfGAS BAPTisf SSETEMfiEB 9ti o4 IT AMERICAN r BAPTIST ESTABLISHED 1879 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY oxNlcx 710 FIFTH ST LOUISVILLE KY F sRaso D Yau In vance Ls- a MONTHS f f 75- CHIN M01vT1IBffjo toNBCOPY FRBB 01w Ira 1 otf wm fd w inaoed irIMf rM1M1tieI fal yw mptr show Ie elate ry lIMe pii n et+rbotltth as e reetIet d- rq tt far PBJTMM It pIOIC fxditt oatbee gia wkYa t1lO n- ANbinstNIpj ttMd4o A4t u7 us piiiI d y fL32f III Post OS ddree w tiettllte at b etIW or dLt ie rlrfPSPSr Thirfwper far regalmrly aaI1fM1 lta1NIcrI1MmI1UIWefbtlter cad Me atecripUM pail i iu taU e tie time the rer fa 1Ti FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 9 1904 We had reasons to hope that any further discussion of the Baptist Womens Missionary Convention or its work wou Id be unnecessary bu it seems that some of the friends of Convention persist in making mis tatements concerning it Here is what the Torchlight says of the General Association concerning the Convention The Womens Mission ary Convention which had been the cause of much contention among the brethren was given the endorse meat of the association and advised to operate as seperate organization for the time being This action will remove much of the unnecessary bitterness which has disturbed our ranks for two years and it is to be hoped that all the brethren will show their love for our denomina tion interests by their liberal contri butions to the cause Now here is what the Association really did in L adopting the report of the special c i to whch the matter was r To the officers of the Gene cistioni ur committee appointed un dei solution page 24 see minutes of 1903 beg leave t make following report After a due considera tion we find that both conventions are doing a good work in their re spective fields of labor The time however is not ripe for the union of these two Baptist Conventions we therefore recomund that the final adjustment of this question be left to the future wisdom of the sisters endorsIinKword of advice is given to either Convention 1 he Missionary Con vention has a perfect right to con duct its w irk independently and no doubt it will continue to do so but- tbe fact that the commItte stated that it was doing a good a good work is in no way an endorsement The recommendation of the committee is not advice and the two conven tions will go on the even tenor of their way just as they have been doing PERHAPS the most important mat ter to be considered at the National Baptist Cjnvention in Austin next week will be the new plan of co s operative mission work with the Southern Baptist Convention This plan involves matters and measures of the most serious character to the Colored Baptists of this country and it will require the most careful and thoughtful consideration There should be no haste in the in the settlement of the question but rather it should be referred to a committee of wise sagacious and conservative men lull of the Holy Ghost who will divest themselves of every phase of personal glory or aggrandizement and do the thing that is best for our great denomi nation and the race of which we are memoers There must be no attempt at rushing the question through without this kind ot consid alint fromSI the work of the Convention The Convention is growing in magni r- r r r rr- v Ij Mo tude and power and its progie should not be endangered by hasty and unwise action at this critical period AMONG the suggestive mottoes of the Negro Business League in Indi anapolis last week was II Business is the great leveler of race preju dice This is a nice paraphrase but as a matter of fact the commu nities that have the largest and most extensive business enterprises a mong members of the isce ara the communities where the greatest amount of predjudice against the race finds its origin and strongest demonstrations The sentiment is all right and will no doubt do some thing toward creating and fostering business enterprises which is a good thing in itself even if predjudice is is not lessened as an immediate re suIt It is an open question as to what will prevent lesson or remove discriminations against the race and the most serious and earnest consideration is invited ot thought ful men for a hopeful an effective remedy Hear Brother Jordan before Wegi Come to Austin to help and be helped Come to receive new zeal for the work of soul winning at home and abroad Bring or send some money to Austin for Foreign Mission while we meet to plan oir missionaries in heathen lands will kneel to pray for usPray that we may have a great meeting and that we may all be so overshadowed with the spirit of the Master that we may return to our homes more inspired with spirit ofworldwide missions than ever We do ask all who have our little glass banks to report to us at the meeting in Austin l1I who have soldany of our National Baptist Albums report All who hold money from sale of Herald please report Help us send our mission aries some money after the adjournment of the National Baptist Convention As you value your own soul and love the souls of others do not neglect this our most earnest requestSend us teachers with hot hearts said a heathen delegation appeal ing to John G Paton Hot hearts give currency everywhere to the minted words of the scripture and though the form of expression may vary and ought to vary with differ ent people the fact ofan intense and heartfelt concern in the hear ers and belief in the message can never be absent if we are to pre vail Yours in His name L G JORDAN Louisville Ky- OPPORTUNITY FOR YOUNG MEN The demands in all parts of this countries for well trained men of our race in the direction of scientif icate and practical agriculture are so great that this institution is willing to offer exceptional advantages to young men who wish to come here and take either a regular or post graduate course in agriculture We cannot begin to supply the de mands that come to us for trained men in the direction agriculture The positions for which these trained men are wanted are those in almost every case which pay high salaries We wish to get hold of men who hava received as tar as possible a good education before coming here and are ready to enter on a thorough course in agricul tural training For further informa tion address Booker T Washington Tuskegee Institute Ala- NOTICE composingal District S S Convention Greet lug the time of our assembly is drawing near it is hoped that all the Sunday Schools will be repre sented this year We truss this shall be our banner year come bring Jesus with you also let us have a good contribution Remember the time and place Thusrday before the fourth Lords day in Sept 1904 with tile Howards Creek Baptist church Clark Co Ky D D Carr District mpt Georgetown Ky I INEilS AND NOTESi On to Austin isthe Baptist watchword The Union District Association wjll meet in Smiths Grove next ThursdayThe Ledger Bal timore Md is fourteen years old with its current issue It is one of our most valued exchanges The Lott Carey Home and For eign Mission Convention is in ses sion with Antioch Baptist church Rev JW Webb pastor Pillsburj Pa this week eColored agents teachers and preachers to write sich and acci dent insurance Liberal policy can earn 7500 to 30000 month ly Experience unnecssary Ad dress Lockbox 515 St Louis antedaTeacher I would like to correspond with a man of colle giate education Christian full of business a practical1 teacher Pres of the Curry School Urhana Ohio sPersons intending to attend the National Baptist Convention Austin Tex Sept 1418 are requested to inform Rev LL Campbell No gro E loth St Austin Texas at onrR if they expect arrangements to be made for their entertainment durin the session If you live in a city where voters must register in this state dont change your residence after Sept 9th or you can neither register nor vote Registration days will be Oct 9 10 and1I and in order to vote the registration certificate must be preserved and presented to the election officers in November rThe white students of the Ohio normal University at Ada O refused to enter their classes last week until a solitary colored student from Washington CH was dropped from the roll The Board of trustees de sided that the school was chartered under the laws and the law did not allow them to discriminate against NegroesDelegates to the Howards Creek District Sunday School Convention are requested to notify Rev JC Cross Mt Sterling Ky of their intention to attend so that arrangements may be made Tot their enter tainment In attending the Conven tion delegates will come to Flanna gan Ky where conveyances will meet them and take them to the church The Kentucky delegation to the National Baptist Convention in Austin Tex will leave this city at 240 a m next Tuesday morning irsons desiring to join the delega tion may come to the city on any train Monday Fare for the round trip from Louisville will be 2500 Read advertisement in another column for particulars The spirit of brotherhoodand fraternIty is prominent in the ranks oft the Negro ministry Wren their white brethren conic among them they give them the uppermost seats in the synagogue and a cordial wel come to all that is theirs They set- a worthy example in this respect but for some reason their white brethern neither emulate their worthiness nor reciprocate their kindnessNational Baptist Union The nights are now growing lone ger and there is need that the family should have good reading material when it gathers around the eve ning lamp There is no better paper for this purpose than Young People a large eiJthtpage weekly I published by the American BapiI test Publication Society at the lowI price of 50 cents per year We earn eatly urge our readers to send for a copy of Young Pepflt It has now r fA A x Qr WM JIIU a circulation of nearly 125000 cop ies weekly and its list is constantly increasing I ITbe money saving property getting Negro is a credit to the race indeed he is the only element in the race that can be depended upon to assist it in the contributing to the progress of the civilization of which we are permitted to enjoy The in dolent thriftress extravagant Ne gro has always been a hinderance rather than a help The Clarion i The report compiled and just is sued by W T Semelrotb of St Louis chief Secretary of the worlds fourth Sundayschool Convention heldat Jerusalem in April of this year shows a total of 260905 Protestant Sabbathschools 2414757 teachers and 23442998 pupils in Europe Asia Africa North and South America and the islands of the seas The United States leads with 139 817 Sunday schools 1419807 teach era and I 1493591 enrolled pupils Kentucky was represented at the National Negro Business League in Indianapolis last week by the fol lowing persons Mr and Mrs J C Jackson and Rev JJM Turner Lex ington Dr and Mrs JM Armistead and Mrs A H Cabell Henderson Rev JE Wood Dr TE Doran and Miss Bessie B Jones Danville Mrs Peter Dent Frankfort W A Gaines Covington WB Ferguson Bowling Green Dr JM Peters Owensboro Revs C H Parrish DD and LG Jordan DD Mr and Mrs Wm Watson Mr and Mrs W H Steward Mr and Mrs J W Ramsey Misses GA Nugent Ma rietta Pickens Mary E Beard S E Johnson A L Wilson J L Steward MessersSW Jordan EJ Masterson J S Hopson D L Knight Burnie Irwin FS Delaney AE Meyzeek WT Garnett and AL Tate Louisville J Reduced Rates to the National Baptist Convention Replying to our application for reduced rates to the National Bap tist Convention the followin g com mumcation has been sent us itselfIof the National Baptist Convention colored Aus tin Texas September 1419 1904 121911rildenDear SirAs requested in your favor of August 16th it affords me pleasure to send you herewith copy of Tariff No Exe 3186 publishing reduced rates for the accasion specified Respectfully Joseph Richarson per Madison Accompanying the above letter of instruction to us the following rates is announced One first class fare plus 200 plus 25 cents for the round trip from all points- in the territories south of the Ohio Potomac and east of the Mississippi River including Cincinnati 0 and Evansville Ind except that rates fram Cairo Ill and Mem phis Tenn will be one fare plus 200 and that intermediate points south thereof should not be higher the additional 25 cents where included in therate to be re tained by tne selling line The I rules and regulations govern CoDven1tion it to continuous passages in each direction will be sold September rand 12 1904 Fcrm ol ticket Iron clad punch descriptive formI I I Of contracts to be validated by inal agent at Austin Final limit September 3i 1904 Coupon tickets will be on sale only at regular Coupon ticket offices The foregoing rate and arrangements are hereby tendered to connecting lines for basing purposes Special attentiou of delegates is called to the fact that these tickets I are on sale Sunday and Monday September nth and 12th Do not delay the purchase of your ticket to later date This rate applies as far east as Washington D C em racing Virginiar and the Carolinas f ji e s A J 0 L NATIONAL BAPTIST CONVENTION AUSTIN TEXAS SEPTEMBER 14 TO 19 1904 Official Route from RailroadStrn Ry Texas and Pacific Ryt International and Great Northen Ry The Kentucky delegation and their Broadway13th at 240 a m Fare Home Seekers Rate 2500for the round trip THIS IS THE RATEDe1egatesrate by joining us in Louisville in time CoachForREV B P MARKS f Chairman Transportation Committee 219 Jane Street Louisville Ky I Beyond that p jut certificates must be procured by passengers purchas ins tickets which will entitle them to onethird rate returning after they reach Washington From the Southwestern and Western passen ger Associations respectively the rate of one fare plus 2 oo has been granted The Central Passenger Association has granted a rate of one and onethird fare on the cer tificate plan All passengers from that section are instructed to pro cure certificates when they purchase their tickets The New England Passenger Association has grantee a rate of one and onethird fare on the certificate plan Parties going from California and the Pacific Coast will purchase tickets on ac count ol the Worlds Fair and Louisiana Purchase Expc sition but in all such cases will be requir ed to go to St Louis on their re turn from the National Baptist Convention to have such tickets validated Kindly trusting that this information will be both helpfnl and satisfatory i am respectfully W L Cansler Secretary Denominational papers please copy r NOTES ea OFLOCAL INTEREST I Mrs William Taylor and Mrs Francis Mc Afee of Indianapolis are in the city the guest of Mrs M A TaylorMiss Mary Alice Taylor has rs turned from a pleasant visit to New port Ky Rev R Mitchell who has been in our city the past week returned to his Kansas home last night Miss Katie P Lewis has returnedI to the city after a pleasant vacation o f several weeks in Paducah Ky Rev Wm Johnson will preach a sermon at St lameS Old Folks Home at 3 pm for the benefit of the same Friends of the Home are invited to be present The ordinance of the Lords sup per will be administered at the Green St church next Sunday Mrs Emma J King has gone to Indianapolis on a short visit to friendsMr C Simmons of Mound Bayon Miss spent Monday in the city enroute from Indianapolis to NashvilleMisses Sallie B Scott and Halite B Ward have returned after a visit to th e Fair Miss Mary V Hicks is home from a pleasant visit to St Louis and Mnchmatti Miss Lillie P Golf is at home af ter an extensive visit to the west Mrs Georga W Talbott left last Tuesday to spend a visit among friends in Springfield Bardstown and Lebanon Rev C C Overall of 419 Park venue Cincinnati 0 is in the city this week with relatives and friends All friends are invited to attend a mass meeting to be held in the interest of the College Society Sun day evening Sept rthat 3 pm at Emmanuel Baptist church loth St near Broadway Conducted by Mrs Henrietta Garret Addresses will be 1 delivered by Mrs Steinmite and Mix N nnie H Burroughs I U NashvilleTennupon her grandson Mr Jerome C Gilliardwho is underMrs MF Wilson returned to her spending riaughterMrs The Young Peoples Society of Knox Presbyterian church will give a basket Social Friday night Sept 23rd to which all are invited tzPensacolaweek and honored pur sanctum a callMiss Jeannette L Steward re turned from a pleasant visit to Chi MondaySheAllensworth of Fort Hamsoa Mon tana who will be her guest for some AndersonMr ma King Mr James Mosby Jr died at the family residence cfo 1002 W Oak St early Sunday morning after along illness He Was buned Tuesday Iatinff The Old Soldiers aid Society will ihave their annual sermon at Knox Presbyterian church next Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock The public are cordially requested to be present The sermonwill be preached by the pastor Rev C B Allen State Organizor B Y P U of KY D P Jones Ir of Nicholas ville will fill the following dates GeorgetownSept 4th to 8th 1904 Lexington i ith to 18th 04 Winchester 25th to Oct 2nd n Richmond Oct 9th to 12th 1904 Keene Oct 16th 1904 1Tbe Lampton St Baptist Church will enter its new building cm Han cock street Sunday Sept 18thwith appropriate services Pastor Bates will be assisted iis the services by a number of city pastors and by Revs JK Polk of Midway and D W Seals ofGeorgetown The friends of the church are invited to all the services Bland Street Baptist Church t Louisville Ky Sept t 1904 Dear Rev W L Brents I find n looking over our testimonials that we the members of the Bland Street Baptist church certainly feel that we nave lost a warrior in Christs worksyou have proved to be a good Christian man in our little church and if you had not come to our rescue when you dm it is doubtful whether we would have our little place of worshipping to day We wish you a good and prosperous journey wherever you may gft and when it comes to fighting for the cause of Christ we know whit you are and what you have clone for ns- Wishing you Gods speed we re maintBland Street Baptist Church C Brookins Moderator p- Chas Lee Clerk Louisville Ky T I 1yr r y ys 1 i M AhlICU8APf18TSamltlD 9 loot y w 1117 M L Itlll f Mt3 sate Kidmey Trouble algid Dora Kmow it Xetr To Flat eat Wl a bottle or common glass with your ritlr trd let it stand twentyfour hours a segment or set tling indicates an o unhealthy condi if tion of the kid- neysV if it stains 0yourJ linen it I evidence of frequent ney trouble desire IsI pass it or pain InItne back is II Movlncing proof that the kidneys and 4vare out of order bladII What to Do There sogleneverywiththotJckparttIinabtdtyMUquorwine oftendtrtng extrGsoonItwonIgfu1 I thoMStsizesYou I thistdiSCOVeryad I Bore about it both sent ajnolutely free by maiL I AaofC3 I 0116 reading this generous offer In this paper Dont Duke anv mistake but lremem her the imme Swnnp Root Dr Kilmer Snamp Root and tae address Binghamp tut K tf on every bottle C B CLAYT- he Tailor TwcnW Years before thecitizens of the city and you will find me ready to wait on you and show you a rood 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 Clean Dye and Repair at a rate less than you can get elsewhere I Earnestly Solicit Your Patronage Dont forget Name and Place 921 W BROADWY Call or send postal card or call HOME PHoNE 3460 and I will call personally sIDKNCK1527 PUENTICE ST fc W JORDAN SONS at WWt nut t OUI8YILLX KENTUCKY Manufacturers of all kinds of Fawv OraaniB and Ices aB ccllent Soda with Fruit Syrups For Prices and Quality Excelled By NoneT- ELEPHONE 3400Y Wm Watson OHDEftTAKEREMIALMEB N A Con CBKSTHDT AND iQthSw Fufniihcf Coffins Cases Shrouds and everything for Funerals Prompt services Reasonable terms SAVtFACflON GUARANTEED eUSIDELL SCHRADER STONE t COMPANY Small Loans and Real Estate Solid tors Watches Jewelry and ell kinds of Merchandise Bought and Sold 539 W 0vtA St Louisville ft 1 J Ka BEIGHBOB8- TfidBitei Photographer I Urging Buttons and Framing Special HOME PHONE 4t1sV ia W Walnut St LOUISVILLE K WHIRS lutestnal Glob1 126 W Wllllt St t lIYIIKy lBoard by the day or week Iodgmj for ladis only Hot baths at any time O Creamelfifowa amd girls wko art strangera euvirontMl l eaI I oar dab Iretfielt hHoa e fbo 70 i i r I NOTICE I ITo the lurches and Pastors of the Colored Baptists Composing the London District Association in Kentucky To Sundav Schools and I Superintendents Greeting IDetLr Brethren and Christian I We thank God through our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ for is many manifest blessings bestowed upon us both m church and Sun day School for the establishment of which our fathers and mothers spent their lives in prayer and of ferings still there remaineth yet much land to be possessed and the commandseems to come from ev ery station to go forward These words have been often spoken by I allnow let us lay aside talk and put our shoulders to Zions wheel I and wish a continued push it cannot I stan still and we can meet any emergencies that may confront us I in the work for Christ We do call your attention to the approach I of the London District Association of Kentucky which meets in Jellico on September i S 904 Rev H Patterson moderator Our Boardt with what means in hand have prosecuted the Missionary and Ed ucational work with zeal this year and the results In the whole have been very satisfactory yet there is abundance of room for improve mentOur Missionary WorkWe are glad to say that this oranch of the work is holding its own though it could do more good had the Board more means at its disposal to work with We most heartily commend to your confidence and support the missionary in the field and ifwe want to do any good we must sacri fice something for God gave his only Son that we might be saved I Now we must give a little time and money to help the Christian work along OUK EDUCATIONAL WORK This branch is known to be al most wholly dependent on the Baptists of the London District for its support and its appeal is more urgent for a liberal support than we have given it in the past We should not let this year go by with out making some attempt to erect the college which we have so long talked of We very well know we cannot expect help from anyone before we make a start ourselves I The country is in a prosperous con dition and now is the time to make the blow Now let each pastor m this district in charge take more interest in the work and see that there is money raised especially for the erection of the building I I wish to call attention c f the different boards and members of this Association to one important fact and that is this just think for a moment and you will realise that a great work could be done iif you would organize a womans convention I to help you out in this grandI and noble work Very respectfully yours in ChristI ANNIE E JENKINS Ulty mmlsteiB sled- Ceaereaee DeaeoM At the meeting of the Confer- enceI at Ninth St Church list Monday morning the following the following reports were made BeargrassS S 43 collectiqn SI30 pastor and Rev E B Mil ton preached collection 1040 LaGrangeS C 18 collection 18 cts Rev W L Brents preached I collection SI3 23 I Zion S 107 collection 423 pastor preached collection 2260 gHoward ChapelS S 18 collec tion 18c pastor and Rev J W Miller preached collection 300 EmmanuelS 5100 collection 199 pastor and Rev P H Clark preached collection 4302 Virginia AVe SS 46 collection 67c pastor and Rev jT W Warder preached collection 827 I Fox RuaSS 19 collection sOC j pastor and Rev LB Coleman I I 4ooprGood ShepherdS S 25 cola k i f hiLr iIs r 3lt M tion 250 pastor preached collection S2so- Ninth SiS S 50 collection 65 cts pastor and Rev P H Clark preached collection 5700 Lampton StSS 112 collection 3 66 pastor preached collection 4025Mt OliveS S27 collection 35 cts pastor preached col 1750 Long RunPastor preached col lection 500- BethelS S 4 collection 8c preachedI495- AnttochS S 40 collection 115 I pastor preached collection 1400 c Special meeting for young men at the Y M C A Sunday at 330 pm Four Native Africans will sing and our popular humist Mr Wilhoite will recite come and bring a friend Lexington KKintstesrs and Ii2+eaa- e1itlft tllelin g This body met Monday morning at Shiloh Church Rev J W Chmn was chosen Moderator En rollment Revs Hunt Tone Jack son Reed Parson Butier Fuller j Johnson Moreland Gabbert Tol bert Hawthorne Beatty Garner Seals Taylor Hoffman Buckner Bush Martin Jackson Holloway Dilhard Young REPORTS Pleasant GreenS S 80 collec tion 110 pastor preached collec tion 1775- WaddyS S 15 collection 52C I Rev Wm Taylor preached coll lection 6oo- BethsadiaSS 25 collection nc Revs T H Broaddus T Miller and R B Butler preached collection 43 x4- GeorgetownI iSt Pastor preached collection 27 00I Georgetown Zion S S 45 col lection 77c pastor preached collection 1840- ChilesboroSSI 80 Rev M Garner preached collection 760 I Winchester istS S 44 collec I tion88c pastor preachedcollec tion 580- ConsolidatedS I I S 16 collection 21C Rev J H Matthews preach ed collection 951- BracktownSS 28 collection 29 cts pastor preached communion l collection 29 00 I Evergreen S S 30 collectio- 5oc pastor preached 1697 I Mt OlivePastor preachedcol lection 825- ii ichmond ist ev G B Mil ler preached i Richmond CorinthianPastor H C Baker preached The subject of Predestination I was discussed I Adjourned to meet at Liberty next Monday benediction by Rev R T Hoffman I BRAND OUT OF TOWN EX t CURSON SUNDAY SEPTEMBER II BIO FOUR ROUTE IITo the Indiana Gas Belt Special train leaves 7th St Union Ile ExtremelvIlowRushvillex ooKnightstownioo Anderson 125 Alexandria Sf 25 s Marion 150- TicketsI on sale at City Ticket Office 259 Fourth Avenue and eat Depot- S J GATES Genl Agt Pass Dept S I i I Low Rates to Colorado and Utah Resorts Best reached via the Mo sour Pacific Ry From St I to Pueblo Colorado Springs an i I SpringsIi round trip Correspondingly low rates from all points Tickets on sale daily until Sept 30th return I limit Oct 3itht 1904 Liberal stop reeIfastliterature particulars etcy consultt Ticket Rntsor 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Christian Science Exposed 25 ogPenPastors Pocket Record Bta1leo 75 IgUgodrViet an orders to AMERICAN SAP WST Louisville Ky E WORLD AIR I litt r UIII t Southern Railway 43 MILES THE SHORTESTtFASTEST BEST r b TO THE WORLDS FAIR J Lookat the SCHEDULES t1 DallyArrive t p mIMolid train of Pullman Sleepers South t ern Railway Dicing Car and Day Coaches i tthrough from Louisville to St Lonifwith+ rout change fti I Leave Louisville 1015 pm Duly Arrive St Louis jSoUdI Frte Reclining Chair Cars through from Louisville to St Louis without changett All Trains make close convection itt a Union Station at St Louis with Wabash i Suburban Service and Electric cats i direct to the Worlds Fair Grounds Y r ROUND TRIP EXCURSION RATE FROM LOUISVILLE 913 eo Good returning until Decembery r 15th 1904 1199 Good returning sixty days t19 ell fifteen days t k Tickets willl be oi sale Dally at the iabove rats S74O r tCdach Excursion tickets on sale jt 4 every Tuesday and Thursday duiingAngi tand Sept good seven days retui nirig Af r A Jv CROKE Ticket Agen lUnion Depot ft Seventh and Water L ttlsvUle KyX 1p 234 Fourth Avenue Louisville Kyi a W C H HUNGEKPORD Dist Paw Agea 234 Fourth Avenue LonisvjU Xr CBAILINAsk t Central Past AgI1tlit Ho v VVV jTTTI r AMEttlOAJf BAJPTISS 4 iMDATTSEPTEMBl it 0 1904II WOI Y SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON SUNDAY SEPT 18 ISRAEL REPROVED Amos 5 1415 o r MOTTO TExTSeek the Lord and ye shall liveAmos 5 6 Amos was a shepherd and a farmer living at Tekoa a village 12 miles south of Jerusalem Both Judah anJ Israel were at the height of prosperity Uzziah a eood king was ruling Judah He had conquered the surrounding nations extended his dominions and fortified Jerusalem The great Jeroboam II was ruling in Israel Wealth had flowed in upon both nations But corruption and sins of all kinds were rampant in Israel Amos a II poor shepherd of Judah was sent by God to Bethel to reprove Israel Although unlearned in the schools and a hardworking farmer Amos was familiar with the Scriptures as so many farmers have been He knew his Bible by heart so toI I speak Amos went to Bethel the soutnern border of the onII I kingdom 25 miles from Tekon Ar Bethelwas one of the golden calves Jeroboam I had set up A greatL heathen festival was going on Into the midst of the festivity fearless of the king regardless off the wealth and prosperity of the nation came this rough clod shep L herd with his terrible warnings andI and his loving appeals Seek ye met andye shall lire The way of life is easily set forth ii- a in few words Seeking God means living such life as shall please Him It means seeking Him for what H- isU and not for what He gives H 1sofyto be sought only by repentance nal life Amos words meant also to Israel that if they would turn from their idols to worship God an cease from their sins the destruc tion of which he had warned the would not come Sick int Bethel nor enter intoJ Gilgal andpass not to Beersheba Bethel wathe place of the calff worship Gilgal hear by was an other centre of idolatrous worship as was Beersheba on the extreme southUFor Gilgal shall surelyI go into captivity marl Bethel shall come to rangglitThe idols wor shipped there could not protec- them from the wrath of God an j the power of then enemies Seek the Lord andye shall live1 Again the exhortation and th promise 7t is the burden of allj1 Gospel preaching to the end of timeULest he break out like fir in the house of Joseph Joseph was the father of the two most powerful tribes in Israel Asa there be none to quench it in Bethel If Jeroboam II was present as iis probable this shepherd tells th greatest king and conqueror of th day that he would be powerless against God The idols at Bethel1 were able to do nothing to save II Ye who turn justice to worm inIf the judges were as bitter as worm L wood to the wrorged and oppress ed The last clause should be translated cast dcwn righteous ness tothe earth Alas does no Amos draw too too true a picture of some of the courts in our land a Seek him that maketh the seven A stars and OrionThe seven stars ore the Pleadas in the constella tion Taurus the most important of the groups which can be seen by the eye Orion was the most bril lint constellation in the heavens thev saw Thus most eloquently Amos reminds them that God iis the Creator of all things and bis power over them was absolute And turneth tile shadow of death into 1Ho inghe Hebrew ans ftiIJ fiilIII Tint con- I J Sr tittUes to set forth the power of God over nature We must not lose sight of Gods will in thinking of the laws of nature He did not I make his universe as apiece of machinery which he set going and then left day and night suceed each other with unfailing egulari ty because he wills it so That collet for the waters of the sea and poureth them out upon the face of the earth Referring to fhe flood God has promised not Again to de stroy the race with a flood but His power remained and he could de stroy the wicked bothermeans as thoroughly as he destroyed the antediluvian t t spoiledtagainst the strong so that the spoil l fortresslII- I The oppressors thought that they were as safe as if entrenched in a strong fortress They forgot the power oi God upon the side ot the oppressed In these days of great monopolies it is a sad thing that the sufferers from their greed do not seem to have God and his pow er of deliverance in all their thought The Hebrew in this passage is dif ficult of translation and the Revis ed Version reads That bringeth sudden destruction upon strong so that destruction cometh upon the the fortress I They hate him that rebuketh in the gate Just within the gates of the Eastern cities was the place where the judges held the courts and where all public business wa transacted The prophets took ad vantage of the assembling of the people in these places to speak usfthe prophets and also any judge who proved himself to lIdIkimhnt speaketh uprightly As wicked men always do Prob ably Amos in tnis verse shows the feeling of the the rulers at Bethel1 towards himself Forasmuch r youeis yefrom him burdens of wheat t thfoilicialse poor could only pay with the crops were unjust andexcessive h Ye hay Thdwealthy lived in such houses Thes used for monmunjustlyTney t pleasant vineyards But they left God out of reckoning and their houses and vineyards should brinI them no pleasure ttFor 1 know your manifold trans gressions andyour mighty sin1 Amos had shown that God had the power to punish Now he declares that God knew all ntd- own their sins and would punish iin EI time Because sentence a gainst an evil work is not executed oetherefore f the sons of men are fully set in 1them to do evil How well these toethese days Some of their sins A mos enumerates They are the anasins of d juries and otherofficials in this day U They take a bribemeans the fadet that who esecaped the death penalty How fearfully true of our timesIt The needy in the gatemeans the needv in till gates means the need before the courtcIIThere 1fore the prudint shall keep silent in timeAmos was not prudent did not care what they might do to him cared only to be faithful to GodAfter fearlesstlaying their transgressions before them Amos returns to his oftea re peated exhortation They boasted much of being Gods own people c if they would seek good add hate evil this claim of theirs would be true Hate liar etsl These strong daysIof much compromise But theI command remains unchanged Ye that love the Lord hate evil Jis tablish iudcittent in tile galeudo I strict Justice in the courts In tnis way alone can a nation or feityi a in the favour of God f l Chosapeate aOhio Ry1 FAMED FOR ITS MAG NIFICIEN7 TRAINS GRAND SCENERY and MNINQ CAR SERVICE THROUGH PULLMAN CARS BETWEEN LOUISVILU do WASH- INBTONBALTIMORE PHILADELPHIA NEW YORK OVER PRIVILEGESISTOP R B ALooievuu Home PhonesStH Residence 528 EJacob St W H Pickett lOr AND SURGEON OPPICB HOURS SUNDAY 10 a m ton a m xo to II a m 2pm to 3 pm 7 to 8 p m 8 pm to 9 p m fea PRESTON ST LOUISVILLE A 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