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A 4 r it I J 0i V I l IIAMICAN rBAPTIstr y a 4 t 4 J r A SEPTEMBER 16 ISJu4 ESTABLISHED 190Q Mi THE AFROAMERICAN HYMN Tuue AMKRICA BY C o H THOMAS D D LL B Sault at thn AfioAmericau Council at St Louis Sept Oth 19U4 w 4 Gteat Gud of Nation we Utvu wet lo offer TneevOur ohnutnf praise t Of mtoroi H jat we sing Our preHfUt sorrow biiiiR 4tadl tiysurt promise Wtaak fuinil DlenH the rnoe of WHiline Who to Thru a e praying Wnen er they well rbeu lit us alimi To r ami tu fre df iiis light And in our Utirisiinu tuiglit Pnr God tend Right Whit now our fears arise 0 watch IUou orr our HveH Come plead uur cause Lord Ho i of truth anti gracI Jl thU despised rerun Chair motley furs to face And never foil Whlltt In the sunny hotue Under lie suoiuhtug sun 8tayIIthen with an upward xlrlile I With luve lor racial IlrhleI IICUlulllunuAly grace gllelIabound I race IH ffound The wnle world oer Then tuej our love to Tbee arWBrrut With Clirititlau Living Iuee t01KltyII Cramps Dysentery Cholera innrbnu diarrhoea and indeed all r bowel complaints quickly relieved by it V sureVt j rupUIIj I aud fiO rents What Rev W C Allen Has Been to Franklin these Seven Years A paper read by Miss Jennie L Per due of Franklin Ky at the second pastoral anniversary of tbe Rock field Baptirt cburcb Worthy M nter of Ceremonies rffl cem nod members of the first Baptist church Keck field Ky Gentlemen I ladles aud a irleuds we have all mr here today to celebrate the secon years pastorate of Rev W C Allen I am gird to have a voice in this meet Inir not that I may ray BO much but that I may have the added honor o placing a laurel upon the brow of my paator also The Alpha Baptist church of Franklin Ky of whiuh I hays been a member from my childhood has ask ed me to repieaent them at youi meet Ins on this occasion Wbo Is able do justice to HUH occasion Who can with words ana sentences print no what but tall what Rev Allen has been tu us these year I shall not exager Stn but lu a brief way hope to state some plain facts which anyone II at lib arty to Investigate Seven years ago the 16th of I last May we became paitor I and profile The spiritual status of the church a that time was doimant the rooal dea aud the financial condition bad Ove t staDdlngtworshipping In an old dilapidated dame uhnnb i guar diHteiiHiolis and pray jealousy hats grown to watt pro put linn thai It seemed m pomiiuui to get the church unit d The impossible uOdlAmII overseer of a jburob lIt Is a guarantee i I thht nniHjeis shall attend that mlllllterllt way I A fIHW plain got tie sermons such asI yi ti have been hearing there two yearn soon iupirrdihe church to brighter fa tb and unbl r efforts New zeal an lash courage were infused by thisI matchlfrs preacher The crurcn was united and the financial affairs of the uhurcb went up by bound The fin year olosra with eight baptlz d Into the church and 83JOO raised in money Tbe the third year closed with 185000 rats d and the church worshipping it her new brick bullaing all completed A work tlatajfftbe adverse critics sal WM Impose le to be done At t r i oviI tsc Ir It rJ I 1 JI4 kfs fT dentibl and past+ andetbe church in barn V e preacbes a gospel of peace ana E je three year we have hud wore peace and uappiiifKH in church work than in all the history of our cliuruh He believes in righieousneHs in the church in tbe home aud wherever one rosy be Tem prrauce is a tneui upou which our pastor dwell econeiuy Iis what he practices and in thin he is Fraufclus great example He iu uiecouiuelloi of ery parent In our church Our motueia anti fatheis are perfectly coo tented when they know thai their boy or gill is with br iner Allen Really we are alwaVd listening fur Home admo uition from trial We all leai ului tie cause he never bites his tongue in c D demuiuK wrung uouuuct me people 01 our cnuruh nave a higher regard fur character ainco aev Allen hat bleu our Miirpherd We art 1 okiug watt lor quality tbau tot quauiliy ilie eluer is au example drut iu nil religious prttctlcea i oeiouil iu his houest dealmftb as i citizen His fturdld hit bondand uo one uoubls tilt mtegrty ol our pas tar In his character as a Cbrifiiiau gen lldiueu we esteem liiiu as above re proacn He it out frioiid and always stauas ready to reel p Ue leas a plane of money to give to tun sink and to one in titled aiU ttsbd to borrow tie ne vet turns away empty To the alpha church be stands iu tier love aud coutidruueauove all her former pastors uviug eervtd longer tnau Bay of his preiteuessott He is a ripe ucuolar and a protound eloqueui ann logical preacher We loVeI halo because be lover the gospel he so ablY prtaones to us Tbeuo Froukhn ttieae seven years he liliES linen a stand d for tbe people A truth pattern of Christian mannood His wife Mrs L A Allen is all that tbe Bible nays a ministersI wife should I be A chaste housekeeper and a model woman A teeeher of the limb teak iis the position she holds m our city Mid above all she is a friend of all woo seem to have a desire to do right ThfYI two are our I sears at d advlior ad indeed they have been true to the charge given them by the Great Shei herd of the sharp Anu when the Cold Shepherd shall appear ye shall receive a crown of glory that tad tb not Iwaytr Ou behalf of our church I congratulate you ou Chic your second anniver nary May yur love and sease of duty and honor ever increase toward your aud our pastor and may all o our lives be shaped by the glorious eoapei that he sr bly preaches and our souls prepared for tbat great beyond and unknown to which we are all haftening TheI Lord grant you success ia tbe future is my earnest prayer and the earnest de sire of our church Phelps Hall Bible Training School Connpctfd dtexceptiondopportunities to youug men wishing to prepare for the Christian ministry Tree chief alms of tbe Bible Train celoredfj women a comprehensive Knowledge of i be entire English Bible and to implant into their hearts the noble ambition to dedicate their lives to the elevation and Christianization orII rpquirt0I missionary work in the various I thte and in thift i has been very helpful the neighbor commu nities The teaching of the Bible School fis wholy undenominational the intention being not to oppose or antagonize BUY theological work cow being done but rather to asnist all denominations tPhelps Hall the building iu which adbyra frenereus New ork friend It is a frame structure three stories nigh con tainlng a chapel library reading room and the r nice of the Dean with three recitation room beside fatty rooms for dormtry purposes Rev Kdpar J Penney is the Dean He is aslsUl by FAY E P Johnson and Rev J H Gadnrtj Rt Ken GII W Clinton of Charlotte N Cand Dr PatI j durithe1 I Presbyterian church Chicago delivered I specoiai course of lectures during termdThe teaching is tree The cost of board including furnished room light fuel washing etc is 860 per month opPortunitfto work out from 160 to 800 of t h amount this leaving onlv 560 TO 700 to be paid in coed In some c ism ar rangements may be made so that stu ntinonedaddresshWashington institutel1 a t i I j Ifit i The Seventh Annual Session of the- AfoAmelican Council The 7th annual s salon of the National AfroAmerican Council in St Louis Mo1lust wean wee a large and success I ful meeting The opening session was held in the Central Baptist c urea Tuesday Sept 6th at noou earl was called to order by W H Steward of Kentucky acting President Add tenses of welcome wHrtl delivered by Capt II C H Tandy Attorney W M Farm r HIClarkj niatlLouninna and Mr J W Thompson of I N ew York A committee cousiftiug of M said J MtdiHou Vttmie of Louiaia uai C W Kus f Aikansa J W Tbompsou New York i F F Sun it of Missouri J Q Adams of Mlnneocta lee L Kuox of Indiana i and b E ii lt1edI urr J W Thompson showed that Ij 68618 sad been collected during the i year and 861005 disbursed leaving a balance oi 6U8ITne lul owing officers were elected i I for tbe ensuing year President Wm H steward Kentucky vie presidents i J I Johu Q Adams Miuuesota Col James j Lewis of La i Walter M Fernier ot Missouri i J p Settle of teuuesdee T I B Mo rtou California J D Wetmorelg of Fioiida A AllenHorth Montana RIreromtry Cyrus Field Adams of Illinois jj fin ancial secretary W A Gaines Ken 1 tuoky corresponding secretary Miss Cecil Rodney of Missouri assistant secretary Miss Minnie York Tennessee treasurer John W Thompson of New York i national organizer James Guy ot Kansas sergeaniai arms Hii Joe Brown Iowa assistant sergeant atarms J E Bush Arkansas chap lain Rev D P Roberts Missouri Directors of bureaus Educational J R Morris Texas legal J Madison Vaucd Louisiana bUbiuesj fc j Scott Alabama ecclesiastical Rev B T I Pollard Alabama emigration Nelson I I Crews Missouri literary Mrs Fannie I Barrier Williams Illinois antii lynching George L Knox Indiana news paper M M Lewey Florida vital statistics Dr D W Scott Missouri I The reports or tree several1 bureaus showed H decided increase in tne work of the Council The puullc meetings at St Paul A M E cnuruh on Tuesday evening aud at MusIc Ball on Weuues day evening called out immense crowds j of people and wtrr addressed by Col Jameb Lewi lion Nelson Crews Mr G L Knox t shop J S Culawell Mr Win PioKens Hon J T Settl i slid Bishop Evans Tyree These ad ressee arouse oouaiierablo euthu siaom The addr so to the country was reported and uuanimously adopteu at the closirg session Thursday as lol lows ADDRESS TO THE Ht COVNTRYrI r We the representatives of more than 10000000 ol colored people eel that wei have a cause that ouffm tu have a lair and i partial hettriug at the oar of public opinion We are oitizeua of tbisi country not trom oboice or by adoptioni but by nativity and as much a part of our composite nationality as stay other element It con Lath I We have always her u loyal iu time of our greatest uatiuuai stri M WeIl nave never been uurrrberrill ltb che enemies of our country out have aiwayts tbeen fouud uD the side of aw aud ord r iWe have rever been numbered with the socialists or communtsU I who threaten the peace and prosperity of our common country but have al1 ways been ready sun more than willing to discharge our duty as citizens i each and very wall of life inII We therefore appeal to all patriotic and fait minded oil semi of all creeds and nationalities to give our reafal unprejudiced and patient hearing an render us that Justine which we merit at ibo hands of the American people Do this grid we do not fear the results That we are unalterably opposed the inhuman and indiscriminate sys tem of depriving citizens of our tty of life and liberty without due pro cess of law and to the era that t same be discontinued we oak the people of tbe United States tne pulpit and lp8iy cryealization1asnob a public and tbe Pnpo ment of such laws as will absolutel prohibit the perpetration ojji these out titte I history countrys and places us In bad repute at hume Ij and abroad CONDEMN CRIME I We with the American people to unJ I derstand that we loin hands with the belt people of The country In empha sizing our condemnation of any crime against the womanhood of the laud and j have no sympathy for any wretch who I commits such a crime our appeal in IrIIi the fret teat of society generally when we ask that the mob be subordinate to the law In the Suth because of intolerance and race prejudice a great many of its J peaceful and lawabiding citizens are dented their civil and suffrage rights totally upon thy ground of their color Mean proscriptive and humiliating legislation IIH continually bEllin made a part of the statutory laws Dist+ imtna Ciao agaius + tie AfroAmeriuau in run ng riot In the fac + nt the organic law of the nation and in bitter opposition to the enforcement of tie thirteenth fur trenthand fifteenth aniendtamts to which all of these states have pit dv allegiance written in tbe const itutii dII bv the blood of thousand of our ecu trymen and the expenditure of billet of treasure in tbe face of the right lIll jn of a junt cause and by th now of might alnai Ht an entire race m 01 e pori Iou of our coutry Iis denuded nIt ery right by unjust laws ot disfi ohisement IREJIDICEi spreadIofa i umber of yenta an active and ag campaign has been waged which seeks to arouse a spirit of race hatred iu all sections of this land Whatever7 may be the motivu actuating tboie engaged in this unholy work we with to show our countrymen that we are the innocent victims of an unjust and an unnaerlied attack As arace we have striven earnestly and patiently to enter into harmonious relations with the life and activities of the nation i to prove our loyalty and devo lion to the country we love and to impress this nation with our sincere desire to be identified with Its prosperity and to even share its Allures if failures must come It should not therefore be a matter of surprise when we raise soItrueIfata nation as of an individual that true greatness aud snaring ouccesereot upon righteousness No one can wrong his brother without injuring himself aud a community inwhiob the moral senti merit of the people is not strong enough to restrain organized lawlessness is in danger of being engulfed It is safer to teach patriotism than to encourage an archy It is better to inspire a people with hope and an ambition to become all God has created them capable ot becoming than to fill them with despair Here in this great city are assembled the nations of the earth The various races of men are coming In contact with each other They are broadening their sympathies This spirit t good will ss fhown by the kindly attention bestowed upon the Filipinos and naked creates and other nark races at the Worlds Pair The only people that a e not brought within the bond of human sympatny and good will are the Afro Americans refinement and culture count for naugut when tim individual has African blood In his veins Many of the A fro Americana are stockhold ers in tbe groat Louisiana Purobas Ex jposition yet they are refused at many of the public places of acoommods t tiouWe olf isocial equality made by ode sour ieettk our humiliation Is without the least foundation and those who make this argument Know tbat it in a mere isubterfuge T ese injustices should bt checked This ran be accomplished only by a quickened public seatimant APPEAL TO MINISTRY We therefore call upon the Christian ministry everywhere to lift up tbdl voices against tbis growing evil WP ask theirr Wtdimpore the press of the country to stop magnifying our vices aud say come thing of our vat tues Wo call upou ev ery Afro American man and woman iin oulldrett0 onmoral rectitude and f thrift and pnunomy Let us inspire ro Iheour raoe whtse lawless conduct and vl dons tend no s being shame and hn mlllation to the AfroAmerican people Afrofo Amentt asyand ask d Impartial verdict Wm if Steward Kentucky Presli denton RecreItary J Madison Varoe Louisiana 1Jt J S Settle Tennoeaee i l I H w oJ c c i 1 Guarantee to Baptist schools what the stanch ship does to the ocean voyager MONTHLIES centsBaptistter copy t ptr quarter I QUARTERLIESSenior centsAdvancedIntermediate 2 Primary 2 Our Story Qakrterly ewDereoptr IItper quarter BibleIntermedite IceoteacaPrimary ILLUSTRATED peryurTonntceJlltsBoYI22OurH IITonn12YouncN InGood monthly Price tents perjrearl clubs of ten or more 10 peryear IntheilLIS i American Baptist Publication Society WESTERN HOUSE 1407 Olive Street 51 louis Hoii Waltti M F runs Miboouii I J Q Adams Minneuota D P Roberts Aiifsouri W A Gaines Kentucky R T Pollard Alabama J E Bush Ar kantlas Geo L Knox Indiana J M Caldwell Pennsylvania II FOR OVER SIXTY YEARS Mrs Winslow Soothing Syrup hag been need for over 60 years = ty millions of mothers for their children while teething with perfect success It soothes the child softens the gums allays all pain cures wind colic and IP the best remedy for diarrhoea twill relieve the little aofferer immedi ately Hold by DrnggUts in every par of tbe world Twenty five cent a bottle Be sure and ask toraMrs Wlnslow soothing Syrup and take no other WOMENS WORK Mrs L M Jackson will fill the fol lowing appointments in the interest of tbe work of the Baptist Women Eau cational Convetii u Mt Steeling August 23 Winchester 28 24 Reene II Nlnholasville to 26 Danville it 2728 Atoka II Q Hermdebnrgs 30 81 Perryvllle Sept 1 Greansburg i1 Camp ellMvlll at a Lebanon u 4 Junction dlyIt 5 Somerset at Q McKluup31uStanford II 8 LancaFterIi 9 Richmond J 11 1011 Paint Lick I 12 Kirksville I i 118 Berea 4t 1 4 Altamont i II 16 London u 1617 WilliawsburgIt 19 J ellloo II 192 1IttDburgIt Yl Middlesboro II l2 Otter Creek Red lIURP I l3 Howard Crnek t- Ill g4 asant Hill I 2g Ueukiierville II 26 Maylick at Maysville ti 28 t9UovluJCtouUtt 1 Falmoufa n 2 Cynthiana 1 8 MidwayI 4 Frankfort Ma0 meetinGf rt Pastors and Pregideill of University Societies are requetecMj meet our re resentative upon her arrival make at rangementM for ber entertainment and suitable announcemeaf foL tbe meetI ing We are making a stroVig pearl I tn grea ly enlarge our tuna fkr tbe erection of a New Dormitory for Mate Uni versity and to make our Convention this year the greatest and beta in iits history We need the support aflti en oouragment of every friend iu ths movement and trust our hope will oe realised Done by order of the Board of Mana gers- LISZIK CRITTENDBN Chairman Lyov FLINT Secretary A r L tl- v LESSON LEAFLETS I t Picture Lessons 2H cents per ttt per quarter I Bible Lesson Pictures 75 cents per quarter I HOME DEPARTMENT SUPPLIES Senior H D Quarterly 4 cents Advanced H D Quarterly 2pe-r 0171 per H Work 15 In cents poor j quarter ASSOC ATIONAL MEETINGS IN KENTUCKY JlOR 1904 First District B W E Convention 17IPaducah May 10 South District AesociationGlendale June 16 G R V S S Convention Calhoun June 23t Central District 8 S Convention JeQurson pwn June 23 B W Missionary Convention of Ky Louisville June 28tr M 3 8 S ConventionCadiz June 23 Union District 8 S ConventionOakland 23rr Consolidated S R Convention AJayaville June 22 Centrall mat riot Association Carrolton July 7If T L R do C V 8 S Convention Cerulean July i London District S S Convention 1Zion1 Pleasant Hill July 15 I Consolidated Association i I ILPxloJtton July 14 W Ky G V S 8 Convention 82ttGree River S S Convention Howard Creek Association 9tsneer Clark Co July fel South District 8 S Convention Crab Orchard July 27 Young Men1 State Association Dixon July 31 New Liberty g S Convention 7Marb1NCreek August 4 General Association Winchester Ang 17 Liberty Association Mt Union Aug 25 Green River Valley Association Bevier August 26 J Mt Pleasant District Association Betfapaidi Payette Co Aug 31 0Mt Calvary District Association Septl2Rocky Ridge Sept 1 Zion Association Mt Gilboft Sept 1st Union District Association 8l7115LondonAssociationJellico 18Flr r toBowrdHoward Creek Sept 22 Baptist Womens Educational Conven Lexington Oct BtbB W1L Convention rtt L R A C V A 4 4 FSummer Complaint is not always brought about by 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6 FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 16 1904 THE next denominational enter prise that appeals to the Baptists of this state is the Baptist Womens Educational Convention which will convene in the First Baptist Church Lexington Ky Thursday Oct 6th This convention has now been in operation for twenty two years and during these years it has done a marvelous work It is now raising a fund to erect a new dormitory at Etate University which is one of the greatest needs of that institution The convention has been meeting with unprecedented encouragement in this special movement and it ex pects to raise a sufficient sum at this meeting which with what they have already on hand will enable the work to begin at an early day This promises to be the best ses- Sion in the history of the convenIt tion and it is earnestly requested that every Society in the State will not only send an enlarged contri bution but will also send a delegate to the Lexington meeting Ar rangements have been made for re Y ffucecTates upon the certificate plan for all who may attend and this should assist in the movement to secure a very large attendance Let every good Baptist lend a help ing hand and make this not only a large but a very successful meeting THE refined cultured versatile and courageous editor of the Torchlight with all his learning has not learned that abuse and billingsgate is not argument in deed he seem to be more in his el ement when he is abusing his brethren than at any other time Last week he devoted over a col umn to abusing the editor of this paper without attempting to ex plain the matter mentioned Fort unate for we are known to the de nomination and the stricture of the Torchlight do us no harm Indeed the course and uncouth language rather lowers the standard of the gospel messenger such for instance as premeditated falsehood de It criminal1 Ct ption hishonesty ignorance cowardly deceptive and dishonest statements Again in the same paper referring to an other brother he uses such strong language as blackguards and slanderers This sample Ian guage is enough to satisfy the most generous of the character of threading e I matter which the editor o the Torchlight furnishes his readers every week and if they are willing to pay for this kind of mat ter no one ought to complain M THE letter- Republican of acceptance of the nomination of the presidency of Theodore Roosevelt was issued this week and while it is a very 1lengthy document it is stillll one o- comprehensive f thi most convincing and discussion of the public questions of the day that he has ever penned The letter is a It strong defense of the present ad I 1ministration and puts the Dem crat party upon the defensive unon many of the issues of the day and cbtllanges its candidates to tout rif f IJ- t 4 PIt 4 rh r r i themselves upon record as to their position The utterances which perhaps is the most assuring to colored voters iis where he declares that the policy of the administra principlelofand affirms that It treats all men richor poor whatever their creed color or their birthplace as stand ingi equal before the law This sentiment is fundamental and is in itself a platform upon whichall men who love equity and justice may consistently and firmly stand THE great meat strike which was instituted several weeks ago has end ed and aside from the loss of millions of dollars to the business world and to the strikers as well nothing has been gained Really the strikers have lost ground and have returned to work without the union being recognized or benefit ted The strike resulted from many points of view to the interest of the race for many colored men have been appointed to positions from which they have been excluded by the unions and the packe announce that no one will now b discharged to make place for the union men Perhaps it may be a valuable lesson to all concernedand other and better methods may bound e f by which the differences be tween capilol and labor will ue ad- justedj WHILE the Democratic press iis making a big to do about the plank in the Republican platform suggesting the reduction of the representation in the Southern states as a remedy for disfranchising voters and violating the constitutional amendments still the voters most concerned seem to be little con cerned about the significance of this particular plank Indeed the col ored press seem not to be any too well pleased with the declaration as it rather places the sanction of approval upon the method adopted to disfranchise voters because of race and color and a willingness to ac cept the disfranchisement provid ins the representation reduced THE LAST APPEAL OP LITTLE FLOCK CHURCH i Dear Brethren Sisters Friends in Christ Greeting Once more and for the last tme before our rally I take the hbertV to address you through the columns off this paper concerning our great ral Ily Only a few more days remain to us then the great day Viz Our Rally on the Fourth Sun lay i SeptemberWe been successfu in alll the past rallies and 1 can see no reasonable cause why w shooh- not be equally successft 1 in this coming rally For two ears we have been struggling agaist g eat opposition to pay for oiir ground and I believe if each member and friend would do as I have requested we shall be able to par the debt and burn the mortgage this year Let us pct stop and worry over what others ought to do and do not hat what our hinds find to do with our money do with our might withan eye single to the Glory of God Are you willing to help your pastor in this grez t effort Are you willing for you family to assist fin the great work of the church Iff so we art bound to have great success in all our efforts I know that you are with me you have at all times shown ydir Sympathy an have been loyalall our work Now with your help the help of each one and the help of all whe that day shall tjome and every one give five doUus each we shall be lable to publish to the world a great victory in tjbe name of Our Lor and Little Flock Baptist Church May Gods great blessings rest upon you and yours for five dollarsI for our rally the fourth Sunday September Yours for Christ W R RICHARDSONPastor I I I I FSff3vf IINEWS AND NOTES The Good Samaritans will hold their annual National Grand Coun sil in Indianapolis next we k Missiasippilast very little relief in sight as no pay ment of State taxes is due within the next thirty days r At Bunker Hill 111 last week a beautifuland expensive monument the gift cf Capt Chas Clinton was unveiled in honor of the martyred President Abraham Lincoln The First District Association will meet at Providence Ky next Thurs day and the Howards Creek Snn day School Convention at Howards Creek Clark County the same day Eckstein Norton Institution Cane Spring Ky will open Monday Oct 3rd For further particulars ad DrsSteLouisville Ky 3T Colored agents teachers and preachers to w rite sich and acci dent insurance Liberal policy can earn 7500 to 30000 mont ly Experience unnecssary Address Lockbox 515 St Louis The ffrst note of the Presidential election was sounded in Vermont last week when the Republican candicate for Governor was elect ed by a majority of 34000 being an increase of 10000 over the Re pnblican majority of 1902 Happy will it be for America when in no State a citixen shall have to ask of Judges in any court what their party politics may be The Republican should feel abso lutely safe with his case before Democratic Judge and the Demo RepubIican Delegates 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 iot their enter tainment In attending the Conven tion delegates will come to Flanna gan Ky where conveyances willl meet them and take them to the church 4The money saving property get racenindeed he is the only element in th- race e that can be depended upon to assist it in the contributing to th whichdwe are permitted to enjoy The in dolent thriftness extravagant N gro has always been a hinderance rather than a help The Clarion The Thankful Baptist church Augusta Ga will celebrate its sixty sixth anniversary Sunday Jct 9th which will be known as Reclamation Day as an off jrt will then be made to raise means to reclaim its property upon which a mortagage has been foreclosed An appeal has been issued and friends of the church are urged to c me to the rescue sendcontributions to J G Williams 464 Broad St Augusta Ga The report compiled and just iis Loudis chief Secretary of the worlds fourth Sundayschool Convention held at yeaar shows a total of 260905 Protestant Sabbathschools 2414757 teachers and 23442998 pupils in Soutdh America and the islands of the seas The United States leads wih 139 817 Sunday schools 1419807 teach pupillqs IC i Dia negro tenant for his fashionable I p f JrjXZ3 ftJ cottage in Morris Ave Long Branch Nj has rented his home to Frederick Baron a negro who is to con duct therein a boarding house Mr Lambert was angered it is said over the purchase of his summer home claiming that he was euchr ed out of several thousand dollars Thrmas P McKenna who sold Lambert the cottage lives in the adjoining house The nights are now growing longer and there is need that the family should have good reading material when it gathers around the evening i lamp There is no better paper for this purpose than Young People a large eightpage weekly published by the Amerjcan Baptist Publication Society at the low price of 50 cents per year We earnestly urge our readers to send for a copy of Young People It has now circulation copiesincreasingBecause the negroes demanded equal rights and poeducation with the whites and Indians when the governor for the first tine openen free school in the Indian Territory trouble was narrowly averted at 0 kemahand other points and in some places the schools have closed Washingtonhseperate Congress during its last session appropriated 100000 for a free school system in Indian Territory but made no provision for seperate schools APPEAL Third Quarter and Church Edi fice Day Henderson Ky September 1904 The end of the Third Quarter September 30 and also that of the Church Edifice Day October 9th sentaout to the great Baptist Hosts in KentuckyDear The two above named days come so close together that we think it wise and best that contributions should be taken for both objects at the same time or on the same day We all know th needs of our state work yet we will again call your attention briefly to a few particular points First The Needs of this th Third Quarter We have three missionaries on the field whose sal aries must be paidas also their traveling and other expenses W e reassure you that they are faithfulI ministers of the gospel offour Lord and Master who are willing to spend and be spent for and in his youer support and your moral influence in the great work of missions Edificee Work IITo fap plain weare doing next to ncthing in this class ofwork It use to be that we could co1lec- money for poor churches anywhere and fromany person but now with the most urgent appeals and the most prayerful pleas though theyI be and sent out by your Board giving to you the names of the church es condition of fields and their sur rounding in general It is so now that personal appeals cannot be successfully made for poor churches even in the associations In many instances if we appeal to church or association or individual for mission they say we are doing educational work if theappeal is made for education they say we are doing missionary work And others run from church debt to pastor debt and pastor debt to church What shall we do What can we do What is to become of the denomination We have poor church namablesome have no ground some hay no house some are in the courts some are in the hands of other d nominations and some have no pastor and therefore they have ne preaching Now this is the condition of affairs that confronts your I Board and they are before us now Missionaries calling tor their sal ries and poor churches from many helpWef plan of notification this quarter and thus releave the pastors of publshin tional papers and in any paper that uPBywill to put the appeal and information into the hands of the laiety and friends of the work as well as in that of pastors We ask that you say as to how you want the money used for mission or for churchedifice work but please dont say for what church or field you want the money used Leave that matter with the BoardMay we in all kindness ask that the moderators other officers and members of the boards take the lead in these contributions andwill all the pastors and leaders of the denomination lend a helping hand We close this appeal by asking Gods blessing upon both the work and the workers The board will expect that the missionaries will tee to it th it the pastors and people of their district are well informed as to this appeal and the cause it advocates Said appeal is to Sunday Schools and other Baptist organization Said contribution to be sent to Rev P H Kennedy D D 927 Clay Street Henderson KyBy order of the Executive Board C H Parrish Chairman W R RichardsonSecy the Board 111 NOTE OF IIil LOCAL INTEREST Mrs Lucy B Pickett after an ex tended visit to St Louis returned to the city last Monday Dr Chas F Maxwell who is loca ted in the state of Washington is iin the city on a short visit to friends and relatives Mrs Maria Maney has removed + o No 1010 13th St where she will be pleased to see friends Mrs Geo W Ward after a pleasant stay with friends and relatives in the city returned to Ky last Saturday hies home Danville Ky Tuesday and was hurried yesterday Mrs J H Perdue has been called thee serious illness ofa relative Mrs Louisa Parker has gone to Chicago where she will make he future home Mrs JA Yeatman Yorktown Va passed through the oijy this week andremained a few days circulating among friends The report of the city Health Of fire show for last week 86 deaths 67 white and 19 colored births 9 white and 6 colored supt per at Calvary Centennial and hcargrass Baptist churches next Sunday afternoon Tuesday Sept 27 will be Louis ville Day at the Worlds Fair in St Louis A large number of Lotasville people will attend the Fair that day Rev Wm Johnson will preach sermon at St James Old Folks Home Sunday Sept 18 at 3 p m for the benefit of the same oKansasCitycan Baptist and president of the Citizens Sunday Forum Was dan erously injured Sept 12 in a dead on collision near the tunnel of the Metropolitan Street R R Kansas CityMr Julius R Cox of Indianapolis was in the city Monday enroute to coen workeat Tuskegee Institute ieiin this city last Saturday and the suii ride of an aged colored woman on Sunday are such unusual incidents that they are provoking considera ble discussion arThn Aid District Association will c r r meet with the Mt Olive Baptist- church Floyd street near Sept 22 23 24 and 25 Those introduced are invited to attend all the sessions in the Associations The New Masonic Hall lately pur willbeappropriate ceremonies Sunday afternoon Sept 25 at 330 p m All Masons wives and GrandSecretary The new edifice of Lampton St Baptist church on Hancock St will be opened with appropriate services next Sunday Pastor Bates will be JKMtdway and D W Seals of Georgetown All members and friends are invited to attend all the services and assist in raising the thousand dollars desired by the church that day t At the tobeCongregation all church 17th and Chestnut Streets ThefollowingtntrodacedMrsNortonsIafirmary sanitarium for our people Mrs CH Parrish beinterestedahospitalshould the public support it Miss Nannie H Burroughs how would such institution benefit secret or ganizationIn Kentucky Delegation which left for Austin Tex last Tuesday morning over the L N R R were Revs EP Marrs DD DA Gaddie D D W H Richardson Rev and Mrs J H Frank Mr and Mrs WH Steward Mrs John WiI son Mrs Wm Parker and Mr Ri ley Meadows of this city Rev GW Wardof Covington Rev H W HThompsonM Moore and Miss Augusta Moore of Lexington Rev WO Harper of Dayton 0 Mrs JosiephineAllenof eyeninRRevsH Williams of Somerset and Rev and Mrs C H Parrish of this city went over the Southern by the way of tft Louis 4 Another Preacher Oraained fromnthe Broadway Baptist church the council was organized Sept 9th by the choice of Rev J Brockman as moderator ev C P M Bigbee clerkand Rev J C Cross as cate chiser Devotional exercises by Revs H C Baker and B S Rol linsThe moderator then called for the authorizingrme call of the council and statingii ihe object for which thj council convened The credentials of the of the representatives were called lor when it appeared that the following churches were represented Howards Creek Rev J C Cross Evergreen Rev H C Baker RollinsSfirst Baptist church Lexington Kev C Fishback Washington St baptist church Rev J Brockman Broadway Baptist church Rev C P M Bigbee Gentile Baptist church Rev Frank Taylor After which Bro John Henderson the candidate for o r d ination was wrought in tbefore the council After tis christan experience and call to exa amined in the Articles of Faith He having passed a satisfactory examination + the candidate received his ordination Rev B S Rollins preached the ordination sermon Rev J C Cro s prayed the prayer Rev H C Baker presented the Bible Ken C Fishback the charge to the candidate Rev C P M Bigbee charge to the church Tbe 1 Council adjourned with benediction by the candidate 1 Y M C A NOTES I 1 Lawyer N R Harper will ad dress the Mens Meeting at the Y i M C A yiSubject Reputition lRev C H Parrish D Dwho has recently visited Jerusalem will iagive an illustrated lecture on I Scences from the Holy Landat Quinn Chapel Monday evq Sept 26th Dont miss this 4 a a 1 I DIIIIoIrIlPrIft SimHBI116 1904 0 TroubleititaaaDont Know it tow To Fled hU- Wl a bottle or common glass with yourri u2r and llst It stand twentyfour hours a sediment or set tling indicates an condlIthe kid V neys If It stains 1 your linen It Is evidence of kid yneytrouble too 4frequentdesire to pass It or pain to J ino back Is bo bladdarareoutofr Il DoThere 10anenSwampieverywtsn thetickputoftnabUty holdwater fnig liquorneunpleasantseceadt oftenduringUmGUrlJr eztrartsallzed It wonderfulcasesItthetestYou miiy have a sample bottle of this wonderful discovery RWLr and a book that tells more about it both sent ft orAddress1 writingmenIteoI Dont mike am mistake but fremem brr the tome SwampRoot Dr Kilmer Stamp Root and tae address Biaghamp ttatt Pf x on every bottle f f l lCi B CLAY The Tailorp Twenty 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 Lay cutyand make you any kind of Garment l you want at YOUR PRICE also will Cean Dye and Repair at a rate less than you can get elsewhere u I Earnestly Solicit Your Patronage Dont forget Name and Place 921 W BROA DW Y Call or send postal card or call HoM PHONE 3450 find I will call personally RESIDENCE 1527 PRENTICE ST S W JORDAN SON eu WWdnut t LOUIIVILLE ILENTUCKY Mar utecturers of all kiwis of I aIocExcellent Soda with Fruit Syrups For Prices and Quality Excelled By Nonet- LLePHONE 3406Y wm Watsont i UltOfITAKEREMBALMER N y Con cxMTznrr AND lOth Ere Furnishes Coffins Cases Shrouds and everything for Funerals Prompt services Reasonable terms MlSFACriON 6UARANTEED i EMSDELL SCHRADER STONE t A COMPANY 4 Small Loans and Real Estate Solid tort Watches Jewelry and I all kinds of Merchandise J Bought and SoldC1 539 W Qrn St Louisville IIj J J K IIIGHBOE8 1 The Elite Photographer 1IaIarIfl1Ittnuand grammga Specialty NOME PHONE 491B ia W Walnut St LoDiBvjiut Kv I WMRIIS Industrial Glob- 726WWUnrtStUibiHliKy3 i Board by the day or week J I Lodging for ladM only C JDlicIOIIJ C I loses uti cirls who ire strangers Is the city will Lid tare a tviro tilair clb rootsc Home Phone jc 6 t I IIJNIVER81TY NOTES I S U Rhh rah rh rah S U Rah rab rab rab Hurrah Burr ah state University rah rab rah z o x Mrs M E Steward is in Texas representing the State University I IProf Hawkins made us a flying trip early this week and brought us two bright pupils Our enrollment is 95 Classes are filling up nicely There is every indication that school will be larger this year than yearMost of the new pupils are graduates of the public schools Mrs L W Johnson of Eufals Ala was called home on account of the serious illness of her father Rev G M Moore and daughter Miss Augusta were pleasant visits on Monday Their words were encouragingRev J M Price of Mays vills Ky came to put one of his members in school His words and presence were encouraging Bro Price knows the value of an education and every year brings one or more students If all pastors would take this interest in their young What a grand school we would have Prof Chas Steele of George town is well represented here thisi ear through the well prepared graduates of his school who have matriculated The painstaking teacher is reflected in the pai staking student Prof R B Hudson A B prin cipal of the public school in Selma Ala paid Dr Puree and family few hours visit on his way home from Indianapolis Ind Mr W H Steward Chairman of our Board Trustees was elected President of the Afro American Council which met in St Louis last week This is the most important secular body of our people in the world and this is a worthy compliment to our Chairman All1 honor to whom honor is due Rev W H Craighead A B the eloquent pastor of Zion was t- hapel a last Monday and was made to address us Dr Marrs and the committee on transportation for the Kentucky delegatun carried a represntative band of earnest Christain workers to Texas Hurrah for Dr Marrs Rev T F Blue made the school1 a present of a fine set of EncY clo pedic Dictionary six volumes He bas our unqualified thanks The boys are practicing football Some are punching the bag while others are playing croquette The first meeting of the Literary Society will be held Friday night Do not forget the Rally at the loth anniversay of Dr Purce as President of State University lie camttto us Octobe zst 1894 and October tat 1904 will be ten y The General Association at Win chester decided to rally on that day for our educational work Let pastors and Sunday Schools try to raise one thousand dollars on that dayJJ J Dr Puree preached the first serII mon of the new session fast UDII day nieht There was a splendid audience j The Berean Sunday School hII its first session last Sunday = t war ae gppd as usual All seemed interested jity MisUsTten ad B Ntren This body met Monday morning at Green St Chinch Members present Revs Gaddie Johnson McClellan Offutt Floyd Mam jLewis Britt Rhodes Russell Br I1 Bates Perdue Made Jibs E W and Win Reed Coleman Hall Rosa Butter Rey noldst f rftighead Woolfolk Rich ardsQ9 Hammond Brents Ray Bold r VS p JS Brethren Ramsey Generals We ber Martin Dickerson Visitors Revs G H Thompson and J E Wood Rev E W Reed presided and Revs S Mack and Cushenberry conducted devotional services I IRRPORTS Green StS S 93 collection 290 pastor preached one bap tised collection 8000 BeargrassS S 42 collection 62 cts pastor preached collection 1600 Little FlockS S 50 collection pastor preached collection 1100 Lampton StS S no collection 320 pastor and Bro Adams preachedcollection 42 08 Ninth St S S 50 collection 70 cts pastor preached wo under watchcore collection 18 70 415Iunder watchcare collection 18 70 EmmanuelS S 92 collection 150 pastor preached collection 2032 CentennialPastor preached col lection 3500- PortlandSS 63 collection 8oc Brethren S B Brown and J R Cushenberry preached collection RIO 75 Virginia Ave S S 50 collection 41 c pastor preached collection 1078Green CastleS S 28 collection 57C pastor preached collection 300 preachy ed collection 8 06 Howard ChapelS S 19 collection 23 pastor preachedcollection 3 50Harrods Creek8S 25 collec collecItion 550ILi Breuts preached collection 5 500 Mt Olive 8 S 29 collectiongo cts pastor preached 1900r BethelIRevs G W T Russell1 and G W Hampton preached col lection 93 61- FairfieldS S 30 collection sec pastor preached collection 1125 La GrangeS S 14 collection 150 pastor preached collection 2500 AnchorageS S 20 pastor and Bro G M Stevens preached col ection 870- OldharhsburgSS 20 collection 35C pastor preached collection 325CharlestownS S 17 collection 37C pastor preached collection 1050 After the usual announcements the Conference adjourned with ben ediction by Rev C C Bates UtahearsResorts Best reached via the Ma souri Pacific Ry From St Louis to Pueblo Colorado Springs and Denver 2500 Glenwood Springs 3700 Salt Lake City 3800 round trip Correspondingly low rates from all points Tickets on sale daily until Sept 3oth return limit Oct 3ith 1904 Liberal stop ovens with diversus routes Three fast trains daily from SG Louis elegant equipment For deacti av L literature particulars etc et Tfck Agents or address RTG MatthewirTP A Roon 301 Norton Bldg Louisville Ky NoCurlyHair J cage Tetra 8cmIi Mrta dIIeonr uw- IIItII Curly Hlr Straight and Soft Silk titttir Mansl Heer FlfrI prlcoeefdlowsskalryerrNettMitaNoCwlyWr dddraasSSaaref At M ffar V t i esaatfs THIYQHI c a AITIQ a sR N71N Yankt 1 v i L 1 v 1i S HOPSCJN I Merchant Tattor Cleaning and Repairing neatly done called for and delivered Special Attention to ladies Work and Out of Town Order All new work Pressed Free of Charge 632 EHHTH ST 7Home IT is rfltf CLorsas THAI t J ras MA Ma tenon makes the Clothes I cater to good dressers and quote the Very lowest price Regulation Garments given Especial Attention leaningDyingE1II MASTERSON SoWf Oor West dc Walnut Ste I cuiBvilIe Ky The Big Four Route Having acquired trackage rights between Carey and Toledo over the tracks of the September ThroughTrain Service Between CizIOiDati Tsltdo and Detroit Via Jicfaigan Central R R 3 Daily Trains 3 each way PARLOR CARS SLEEPERS DINING CARS Your patronage is solicited Ask for tickets vi- aBIG FOUR WARREN J LYNCH Gen Pass Alit AgentnLouisvile Ky HomBseaarsG Excursions VIA LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE R R TO ALL POINTS IN SOUTHEAST October 1 1 and November 15 Leas than bae Pare for the Ronni Trip Tickets limited to retara 31 days Iron cfata Ol cle1 For full information gates ache dales time tables a ti literature descriptive of the various tsources agricultural mineral and timber lanfis along the line call en or address JH SETTLE City Passr Agent Fourth and Main Louisville Ky C L STONE Genl Pass Agent Louisville Ky J7 Industrial Education E6k t8ln eNorteu Inst1tut8 Cane pring Bullitt Co 9e IITtr C H Pirrith 0 Q free Braooh Office 764 Fifth Street L0iIiSQIL KENTUCKY h SCHOOL PhNS THEFIRSTDJONDA3t 1t 1NOC1OBERf t au IIIt t Q fr I Ir t t i j h r LAST THIi SEASON SEA SHORt EXCURSION TO ATLANTIC CITY CAPE MAY SEA ISLE CITY REHOBOTH And Other Atlantic Coast Points Thursday August VIA 18th 9 B1 O1 S1 W STOPOVER PRIVILEGES ON RETURN TRIP AT PhilsdfJpHa Paltin tie BK Washington EXTREMELY LOW RATES rXCKKJfl GOOD 12 DAYS HighBack SleepingCars Dining Cars ALL TRAINS VIA WASHINGTON D C- Ask agents for descriptive folder con taining time of trainsf 1isIhotels etc 1oro p MCCARTY General Pass A2entI- NCINNATI o R S BROWN D PAL- OUISVILLE KY so PATEJ Jw Bl TIJA a I CoPY at tom etasb luorl ats- stmt ry aaa aoteselH ea111tnfii In the eIMioa A WioiiiUIiiComfort io Walki ig is E iflmtfal to Health DR J II 1WILLIAM- SCHIROPODIST Corn and Bunions Extracted with out pain Ingrown 2nd Club Nails permanently cured Ladles treated at their residence if preferred Once Bonn Office and Residence ia to a P m Str6pa to8pmIf t- Study Law Attour Homes i 1 hlllll SJIIUC GtsJ I 4 taw Ti ltlyt laDII Tn ccvus CONSIST or OME YzAtt or etadatsarebvQctJ ceeraeaaiIacatilrwmeMINNt r l161 t IfDI I t I r Ilfinois Central RR 3800rLoyisviile to California VERf LOW RATES TO Portland Oregon Spokane Wash and other points in the Northwest September 5 to Oct 15 + 1904 Special Excursion Rates to Hot Barings Ark and return Wednesday and Saturdays of each week until Sept 30 1904 Through personally conducted Ex cursion Sleepers to California Arizona New Mexico and Texas Homeseekera and3rd r pointsSouthandFarming nits 011me PauegerH Centralulroadl e congnaC dairytaK etc ia cho States or Dc Keutucky aadrarmer found Every naaudnadwill bolUUcd ironCirculars Nos 1 to Il tanners ud otJaln as theyare published from coN freepyEW ORLEANS ad Tickets and full particulars SoutheastCcr Fourth and Market Streets O AgtrF W HARLOW Div Pass Ag FREE rRECLINCINC CARS PULLM- ANiPARLOR OBSERVATION DINING CARS and SLEEPERS popularHENDERSON ROUTE BETWEBN LOUISVILLE ST LOUIS i the WEST an5SOUTHWEST r r4ComfortRoute Habit its a good habit to t acquire A k the Agent for this routing when purchasing your ticket ti 4 J IRwlxrGo L GARRETT P Gen AgtLOUISVILLE 4 ulliji PAIl lilT liuII t Southern Railway 43 MILES THE SHORTEST IFASTEST BEST riTO TH- BWORLDS FAIR Look at the SCHEDULES A DailyArrive + p Molid train of Pullman Sleeper South ern Railway Di iog Car and Day Coaobei through from Louisville teSt Louiiwith ont change Leave Louisville 1015 p In Dwly Arrive St Louis 7 132 a m i Solid train of Pullman Sleepers and Free Reclining Chair Cars through frora Lcraisvllle to 8t Louis without change All Trains make close cotuection in Union Station at St Louis with Waba h Suburban Service and Electric earn direct to the Worlds Fair Grounds s ROUND TRIP EXCURSION RATES r FROM LOUISVILLE + 13 96 Good returning until Decembrr I5th 1904 11S Good returning sixty days a- ififteen days WI Ticktts will be ou sale Dally at the above ratsa7tG Coach Excursion tickets on sale everY Tuesday and Thursday during Aug Iud Sept good seven days retnj ning AJ CRONE Ticket Ageot Union Depot Seventh and Water IxmUville Ky P B CARR City Pass and Ticket Agent 234 Fourth Hveue Lon still Ky C H HUNGERFORD Dist PauAgea Louisville4tAmtM4Ia WII 5If cntUllaoeTJItN EIID ref5 AX Scl1IZOIaric = RAM I iIons an4 1 t Dolai In JUmt ArttLitt nttironj ttlo SCkooi find the lUitt of 7rUen A record ufkls uh Tf Uao4adeiKOMnt2jict ByrItrd1rloiaEOotdonfMe Mfr s for eaaotitea wrai a4 tie frUoalaiir ad wkrt Is nU GfF DsuI an 1L e p butaIt5tkecM iatV9t L 1 T 1fi4 i r fdI IIf b f t jy 1 l1 J fNiq n t tA l a It r MlEBICll BAJPTIB1 k iBEBAYSEPTEMBEKle 1904 u J i q REVIEW r SUNDAY SEPT25 z222OIa THE KINGDOM DIVIDED Motto Text Pride gt eth beI fore destruction and haughty spirit before a tall Provo 1618 Outline i Rehoboams Folly 2 Israels Rebellion Lesson 2 I Kings 222533 JEREBOAMS IDOLAThY Motto Text Keep S ourselves from idols I John 1521 OutlineI Jeroboams Fear 2 Jeroboams Sin Lesson 3 II Chron 14112 ASAS GOOD REIGN Motto Text Help us 0 Lord our God for we rest on thee IIII Chron 1411 Outline The Idols Destroyed 2 Prosperity and Peace 3 God Delivers Asa Lesson 4 II Chron 19111 JEHOSHAPHAfS REFORM Motto TexthDeal courageous ly and the Lord shall be with the t goon II Chron 1011 Outline Jehoshaphat Reproved 2 Jehoshaptyats Righteous Reign Lesson 5 I Kings 162333 OMRI AND AHA li Motto Text Rigfcteousness exalteth a nation but sin is a re- proach to any people Prov 14 34 OutlipP1J The Reign of Omri 2 Abab anf lbelh i v Lesson 6 I Kings 17116 GOD TAKING CARE OF ELIJAH Motto Text He careth for you I Peter 57 Outline1 Elijahs Message 2 At the Brook Cherith I 3 The Widow of Zaraphath t tLesson7 1 Kings 18116 OBADIAH AND ELIJAH Motto Textl thy servant fear the Lord from my youth I Kings i 12Outlinei r Elijah Goes to I rlAhabI 2 The Effect of the Drought te f 3 file Mtetingwith Obudiah Lesson 8 I Kings 1830 46 t ELIJAH ON MOUNT CARMEL Mono Textlf the Lord be l 12iOutlineiFire 2 The People Convinced v 3 The Coming the Rain Lesson 9 I Kings 19 8- I1ISCOURAGEDELIJAH Motto Text In my distress I cried unto the Lord and He heard sa i2ot- Outliner Pr Jezebel Threat 2 Elijahs Discouragement i I 3 The Ministering Angels Lesson i I Longs 10918 l ELIJAH ENCOURAGED Motto TextUFear thou noti 70r sIam with thee It1sa 41 io I OutlineI A Revelation J 2 A Mission = son xi II Kings 2jit1 1 j r tf l e y ELIJAH TAKEN UP INTO HEAVEN Motto Text = He was not for God took hirrGen 523 Outline i Visiting the Schools 2 Elishas Desire 3 Elijahs Translation Lesson 12 Amos 5415 ISRAEL REPROVED Motto Text Seek the Lord and ye shall live II Amos 56 OutlineI Seek ye the Lord 2 The Evil in Israel V The Way of Righteousness Lesson 13 REVIEW Motto TextThe Lord is mer ciful and gracious Psa 1038II ADANCED NORMALVCOURSE- INTRODUCE AT TUSKE GEE INSTITUTE An Advanced Normal Course f D 1- teachers of the Common Branches and teachers of Manual Training the Trades and Agriculture will be established the Tuskegee Insti tute September 13 1904 the next school term The course inn udes a review of all the element ary studies the elements of psy chology the history of education general and special methods of teaching and school management observation of model teaching and practice teaching in an adrrirablj equipped training school are requir ed Graduates of Tuskegee and persons equivalent education are admiited without examination Persons of some experience in teaching are accorded special ad vantages In writing for further details be sure to specify whether you wish training for a teacher 1 ofa specific industry like blacksmithing cr agriculture 2 of man ual training or 3 01 academic branches Address all correspondence to Principal Booker T Wash ington Tuskegee Ala TF WOMENS WORK To the pastors Sunday School superintendents and the Baptist women or KentuckyDear and sisters We have started our summer campaign in the interest of our Conventional work and as uual I address you this annual let- terI We wisn to sxpreHs our gratitude to our Heavenly Fathtr for the rRolouR manner In which he has so long led and comforted us through diffloultie both seen and unnenu For twentyen year Hi hand i as guided Uti dndtnownlldi WP remember that glorious meeting held last October in Ipha Baptist ohuroh Franklin Kyhow the Lure met IIi in the way and poured out His bUsiine upon un so that ouroupn ran over and were made to exclaim The Lrd hath done great things for net We are looking with th faYof faith to our gathering toother Thursday Octo ber 6 1004 in that grand old First Baptist ohuroh C xlngtnnf hio i tpPIA en near to me an thpr way the plain where I first paw the light and tell the power of the Holly Spirit by the burdens of my heart rolling away We are looking forward t ir a grand meeting Our last meeting was a great Inspira tion to our work Christ was certainly in our midst a large delegation or SIR tern and brethren and we raUed mere money than Ht any previous fennion We now auk you to unite with us In carrying on this glorious work for wi know every true Raptint brother and sister is with us We simply give the signal for marching orders We need alt this campaign is for the youngfli well as the old all oome with united heart and hand to more parnpMly carry nut this Breat work flO that fbft reports at our Convention at Lexington in Oo toher will show grrHter HUCO SS Than ever before Letuw leave no Atone un turaed where we iu6y make friends or iteuro aid Our fathers planted winplj and well bujbhev have ceased from tills IRbOPand gone to their rpt but their oontecratfd efforts prayers acd Raorifio4 will live an long as there in s ituderit ofState University who ia able th raise the banner of that Institution Shall we provide suitable bailings and have comfortable pnrronndiags for our students sIt so tbe Sag of the Kapttsf Womenfa Eauoatlonsl Convention ii now hurled to the boeeza with 2tKXX1 as its ensigbn we call pn our soldiera in all parts of our state and in other states old regulars and volunteers to keep tkat nag from trilling in thedntt l iii There leDo dUoharge in thlawareee s F to I1 that your church IIs organized and is represented atour next meeting On missionary ulster Jackson will visit you If she has not alrady done so do not fall to help ber give her an enoour aging word and a good collection We ask your prayers tbat our efforts maybe crowned with success and that In the near future we shall have a splendid building towering toward tbe skies drawing young men and women to the haven of Christian Education Yours for the success of the cauan M E STBWAKL President of the Baptist Womens Edu cational Convention Louisville Ky Not Fatal No Matter What Doc tors SayWe Know That Heart Trou ManyCasesI Cured r There are seven main features of I orI3 Valvular Disorder 4 Dilation E Enlargement 6 Fatty Degenera tion 7 Dropsy- Documentary evidence will prove thousands of socalled Incurables have been absolutely cured by Dr Miles New Heart Cure tiseaseIndigestion Liver Complaint etc Here are seme of the symptoms Shortness of breath after exercise Smothering Spells Pain in Chest left Shoulder and arm Discomfort In Lying on one side Fainting Spells Nervous Cough Swelling of Feet and Ankles Paleness of Face and Lips Palpitation Nightmare Irregular Pulse I have great faith In Dr Miles New Heart Cure and speak of Its merits whenever opportunity presents 1 can now go up and down stairs with ease where three weeks ago 1 could hardly walk one block One yeaHlater I am still in good health tle Cure did so much for me that find it a far greater medicine than you claimed It- to beS D YOUNG D D 697 North Pine Bt Natchez Miss Money back If first bottle falls to benefit SEE Write us and we will mall JT you a Free Trial Package of Dr Miles AntiPain Pills the New Scientific Remedy for Pain Also Symp tom Blank for our Specialist to diagnose your case and tell you what is wrong and how to right It Absolutely Free Address DR MILES MEDICAL CO LABORATORIES ELKHABT IND 5s Chesapeake 8i Ohio Ry1FA- MED Y FOR ITS MA6 NIFICIENT TRAINS GRAND SCENERY and DINING CAR SERVICE THROUGH PULLMAN CARS BETWEtN LOUISVILU WASH- INGTONdALTIMORE PHILADELPHIA NEW YORK STOP OVER PRIVILEGE- SR PARSONS D P A LOUISVILLE Kv Rome Phoue2t Residence 528B Jacob St Or W H PickettBYl11CL +N AND SURGEON ntrpiCB HOURS SUNDAY 10 a 111 tona m 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