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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r ri 1fI 1 II t 1r ir t i ic + t 1- rt 1 i T IT RICizN 1r BAPJJlftIS t- t tjr f VO XXVIBNO xxxiu cz LOUISVILLE KY FRIDAY SEPTESllSBR2i iyo4 ESTABLISHED 1879 OODSRESTI i I 1 1Reltt1 reelhis sleeping after pain j When light arts down and curtains Close we sleep Tue stare watch OB their pale rays faintly keep Their unseen vigil oer the slumbering- one Not deathbut rest tbe music of tbe sbores i His angels lullaby of sweet repose We should not weepUd well God f1 W V knows1 1 vrAud it Iis sweet to sleefISuch strenuous living ow the pulses throb Lifes little triumphjdysIt cares aud pain Tbe wondrous walking of the busy brain 1111 it Iin time to rtstl1t calls UB homeh Tbluk not of death but zest J Moro peaceful aud proiouiid that des 4nott dream shouldtt uot seem Tbat dreadful pai ting surely he knows bestI TlB hard to say goodbye hut not t goodnight f I We all must some time sleep at close of J day And If the wtary oue can only pray I iiWit I He soul givitb weep uuBalned his beloved tip welljj The way watd weary sinstained soul 7needsi retI i Rest lest indeed like those heir works oppressedf11 For then the angels Weepwe all nerd isirep J Not deail but Gods own rest tl1uttoni Evening Trartecript I 1WORK i i l III Jwisport was our next point we J1 j WONE 3460 and I will 1 11 +sl- r 1 I e I JII 1 I w1 1 r V ttiUouuti Lei i3n morning traiu iui- Uawoaville was welcomed into tile howe of sister Muervia Warren where I WM always led at how At night a small audience greeted us and we were ably assisted in the meeting by pastor of tue Methodist church Rtv Locke t being absent a coil ctiou of 125 was l r given UH and a donation promised sent t to us at Lexington The work at this r Ifpolut IM in the band of sister Warren iud with her untiring zeal assisted by pastor Locke success is assured At Cl verport our next stop we were pleasantly entertained in the home of deaf I I Coil Haynes at night visited the cbub l i it was not generally known that a meeting was to be cjjuHcqueiitly only a frW were preheut A cull etlou of 65 cts wa+ taken for tde work deacon Hayu s contributing 26 cents of tb amount if We wne innrr than d liihted to receive at this point a letter from Miss M 0 Slaughter of Bowling Green Ky who kindly consented top eeut theI claim of uur work Ht tbe Union Dig trot Buuday School Convention which conveued at Oakland Ky This con vention contributed 410 traveling expense deducted left 340 fur which we wish to thank both tbe convention an Miss Slaughter Ekron was nex point visited found no one to meet U atd in fact no appointment made for us Inquired our way to a faith tit eiste- near the ohurou nanaid Charlotte Gar ner who welcomed us to her table and bed A fearful rainstorm iueued we feared we would b unnbln to have a meeting but as night grew near tiio dtacuillbrethreni town in the interest of our meeting an entliusiasllu crowd uwteiubled to bear U we tautest at length upon inn plans nf our board to erect the much ueeele- 1ormltorY The congregation espoud ed with A contribution of S425 below fled names of those who 25 coats each Deacons Marcus Clayt r if serge Nelson sisters Maggie Clayter Maria Dower Charlotte Garner FolI lowing the collection a large Unl erityi Society was organized with the follow l ing of leers sisters Mangle Clayter an Victoria Nelson President Board of Mftii gers Fannie Robinson Chitrlui Garner and Mabel Taylor This 3ootat promises to have a good report ere t convention meets assisted by their be loved pantot Rev Emmanuel Jones of boars ltle Irvlitftou was our next stop we wet e met at the station by our hostess Mrs Nellie Robinson and soon reached her comfortable home where our stay was made indeed most pleasant until we tin on Sunday morning At night we visited the first Kaptlst church pastor Oi W Taompion was absent but we i- r+ i B were F 1 in the meeting by deacon fMattrn A collection of 200 MIJI contributed 25 cents each Leaving for Brandenburg at 8 p W we reached the church just al the scripture lesson was being lead by pastor Davis who after wards preached an instructive permou Alter service wt were introduced to the members of the church who gave us a hearty welcome Sisters Amanda Lewis widow of the late Rev H Lewis iuviieci UB to stop with her Here we had a most delightful stay in their beautiful retired Dime At 8 p in we returned to church whore after service we were introduced to the congregation in a pleasing manses and presented our claims The account given of our work f during the past years and the plan of our work for the present and futuresh Heartily eujoyed and entered into by nil prefaent a collection was taken fog Bime to the amount of sato the follow ing persons were the principal coutrib utors Rev Beuj Davis Deacons JSCobur Henry J uweus W Thomas Park Uoately Chas A N Cook Uros Anderson Goodman Ike Brown Rev1- Y B Peole Charley Blaol well aiaterH Anna Blackwull Amanda Lewis Har I riot Goudmau Addie Wilsou Lizzie Thomas 25 cents each Miss Lady Murray 60 cents Possibly the largest University Society it has beeu our pleasure to organize this summer was perfected here with the following cfll care sisters Alice Owens Cordelia Owens nits Millie Lowery pnuide its Mleu Whaler and Sal lie Richardson secretary Amanda Lewis treasurer Amanda lilackwell Arrl Goodman Harriet Richardson members of the Board of managers We have great lie of this society and have the promiee of at least two representatives iin attendance at our next meeting bid- ingd all adieu we took stags ling for station three miles distant and the train for W Ht Point b piIJtJyJ the trip hefog h ij i t Turner Uslj Ne stOl T T7lor took Sade uo- nightV chuich ig house r Lows r tIt U5 tO sue the familiar buildings etc of the dtate metropolis after an absense of fourteen weeks spent in touring south ern and western Kentucky We took took car for Seventh and Walnut fits stopped for breakfast at V e Womens Industrial Club where we were greeted by the chairman of our board Miss L C Critteuden also Miss Nannie H Burroughs and Mrs Straughu When we had appeased our appetite settled our bill rte we made our way tw the inviting home of Mr and Mrs Win H Steward where the latch utring hangs on the outsde of an open door aud the tuisbionariea dud ministers of Keutuc ky eve n 11 id a welcome a de ligntful homelike day was npeutii pii vate couv nation with Mrs Mamie E titewuid who is the uueurpa seed press dent of the baptist Womens Educational Convention of Kentucky After enjoying a hearty and well prepared dinner we were of at 6 p w via the C O tor our sear old Home Sbelbyviilel wuere loved ones joint d us and wade us only that welcome that co es Prow th hearts of those who know us to love us At 8 pm we were oil for cuurch Iiidordlnatiotexpcesarnd themselves as being glad to see us Ham again Receiving tea message that it rwets not convenient to have u vlsi- i I ttwbmg church Tuesday night owing to abtieuse if pastor Need we spent th time quietly at home returning LU Louisville ou Wednesday evening via- L I N thence took laactiou car fo J n rtmntowu ttb till appointment Went Immediately to the church pae tor Reynolds being ubaeut but a fath law was preeeut to hear us We lead thde periaumg ofiered prayer introduced ourselves to audience and presented workdMiss Emma Harris kindly consented to take live soliciting cards This church II has an settee society am we hope to- I have a good report from tuein also at I delegate Returning af 10 p w on fouudI Mrs M E Steward expecting hivetoue abundauisunoess JACKSONbImpure Drinking Water dysenterybowelperson should have shndya bottle of Painkiller Perry Davis which will quickly euro tilt Be dispersing ailments Be careful andaaetbat Clio storekeeper does not pawn oil some worthless sob stitnte upon you as is sometimes done for the sake of a taw cents extra profit Large bottles 25 hid 50 Dente I J il l The National Negro Business League RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED AT THE FIFTH ANNUA L SKSION HELD IN INDIANAPOLIS IND AUGUST 31 t ANt SEPTEMBER 1 AND 2 Your Committee on begWleave resubmit tbe following Ihe fifth annual meet ng of the Na tional Negro Business League assem bled in the city of Indianapolis in jUuinbtrH and lu interest sheave by the delegates present from every part of the republic emphasizes anew the wisdom by the founders of tile League It demonstrates the influence which the League has exerted upon our great Negro population in stimulating the saving spirit among them to labor toga of those worthy to be counted with the upliftiug and conservative forges of the national citizenship In tbe brief pertl od of its ex stance it has shown that the raceia animated by the same im pulses for individual race and national uplift winch animate others of our fellowcitlzenlt and that they need only an others need it the inspiration of close association and wisp council It iis a fair conclusion from tbe fact Jpresented in this convention that the Negro people have shown their capaci ty in the entire field of manual tabor employments and that the results of their labor in tbobe employments are no lest worthof honorable records titan thos3 of others Of the ten mitten hates or cotton produced in the molted States last year eighty per cent was the j product of Negro labor while a prince ly acreage on which tho cotton was produced is now the property of these who forty years ago did not own them selves And the constant increase of the farm holding of the Negroes and of cotton and other agricultural prod ucts with lit developweet of the now Negro busiues man and therefore of tbe bankers six of whom are members of the League is not only one of tne t1mP8sbuWhen one Kansas farmer a member of the League requires 161 cars to move his annual crop of white potatoes to the market when one barber employs e 20 men when ono man manufactures carriages and buggies when one woman in a northern community can oruate a domestic science school out of nerve and persistent effort when it is shown that the race by testimony by numbers of the League are making a place intbe industrial and commerial life of the Republic in all cf the various avenue we may be reasonably encouraged in the good work we are doing U For the day cometb aud to appeal to our fa vored and fortunate fellow citizens for helpful sympathy and for the open door of opportunity without which as merchant as skilled artisan as manu al laborer our efforts will be diflicult beyond tlr + measure of other men if1 not impossible of ultimate successj I The right to labor is the right divinet our right to ilive is wrapped up in It and1 amel d I by the law of man The public opinion or the private ule whichinfringes that- rlglJt j i notVmly menaces our success as utouus A volume jotfppveity and crime wit SaauJ wbich reuieteupoifthe character 1tii which we iv side We have our pauper Ieh ve he publYc cnarity scud the leg processes of the sitt cud lyblicClplnlo1 elermeuta of the National population aret dealt with AH our devot a president Dr Washington declared in his address j l oullynch Negroes the winter andi expect thtm to raise cotton In the sum mar1We be men and brothers 1 have sensibilities and desires like oth m n We ask that we be judgedn public opluion and in law as other men are judged As a Christian people as a Christian nation it is an obligation wouldblveotbemlove our neighbor as ourselves tJ As business men we in the supremacy of the law as the surest safe guard of healtuy business development and et fective industrial effort 1 It is matter of statistics that tie bal ante of trade in favor of the United States Iis due the tremendousiBXports of raw gottonaad the manufactured lao brics of cotton As this facto national moment is based on NegroJ his t and tbe wfsdom and industry of Negto farmer toa large extent it is thraFe o of the utmost importance that the ikb employed in tblsjndpsiry eboiild be of theLigttest pbssible efflolbnqy and1 any i A 4l- T I joy to the fullest the protection of the law while on the other hand the crim inal elementsribuld be del with rig idly and impartially In this connection we wish to direct attehtioh to the significant fact that the primacy of the United Slates in tbe production of cotton is tbreatended from two sources 1 the restless dis position conetatly shown by the labor er necessary to produce cotton to abandon the farm due in large part to the belief becoming general that the laws iare iuaufticient to protect him even when innocent of offense from mob vio J GerImanvi raise cotton on a largt scale in the I African territory and the persistent bid which they are hepiniug to make fo theetrains Negro laborer for the South the Germans having gone so far as to employ for a term of years at largelsalary Negro graduates of our leading industrial schools in Gorman Africa the necessities of foreigners make them desire to become free of dependenee upon Am rican markets for the cotton nectsaary to keep their spindles in ruse tion As business nun we have to ngard with apprehension any tnovemennt which threatens the continued supremacy I of the United States in the produc tion of cottonI Your committee urges that the or ganization of Leagues In neighboring towns be encouraged remembering that there iit room for all and that the widest possible usefuln ss of the League upon the people generally We also recommend ithat local Leagues associate thei efforts with those who would diecon tuuance vice and crime in their Immediate ocalities and in stimulatin members oftberrace to a lire of indus tryDLd thrift in which tbe acqdiRition of homes and lands should be a control t Hug factor I r During our discussion it has been clean developed that the race has been steadily loosing many avenues of valuable employment It is that this is largely from lack of training To meet this emergency we recommend that in order to hold our position in gainful occupations moje the t1 Mfu ftttnUo iibe glen tnu technical education of our youth as a supplement to suck training in the home as to make for fidelity and pre cision it the execution of sma lor obli gations The National tfegro Business League is very much indebted to tbe Local Bus iness League rf Indianapolis and tM the citizens generally too many to be spe cially mentioned in a resolution such as we derffe here to pre e JtJtor the generouBeffroU fo provide for the corn fort of delegates and for their many and generous provisl ms lor their entertain went The presence of the representa tive of the state govenment the mayor of the city the presidet t of the Com merciall Club and the welcome spokent by editor Manning duly impress us as pointin to a stale of friendliness for the object of the League namely the uplifting of the Negro In America Hud theestabliehmeut of those peaceful1 relations between the races so necessary to a prosperous and hNpy country and their htarty syrapatby with the work We sincerely trust that what they have beard oaring this convention of the progrea of the racy is such as to i genethRespectfully submitted 1 T Tlbl las Fortune Chairman MisstSUuriey Brewer Ind s7f F Hill Teun 1R L Smitn1 Texas W R PUturdl Ala C H Fayerweatber R I t UNIVERSITY NOTES VeRail rah1rah1 rah erSaU Rah rah rah rah Hurrahl0urrahl I State University rah rah rah xoxt Students are still coming in The enrollment now Is 112 Jtvfa were favored with a pleasant v1 II t from Rev W R Payne on Tuesday I Profs Morris and Hawkins are wi us again this year Al the teachers made short addresse ruesdayf Mrs Steinmetz began her work Tues day leotaringon the Life of Jesus Mr W B Hutchison preached Btoi anda ori3yenih eaobti HeileP and remit Were wi th upland tuu1 aeaopn made nl exqellen J 1 If fllr Yt aIn4IfJiLrI j hlo to rj m ttJIIYi l1 fL tI lf l talk Ie said his heart was made to rejoice while at the AfroAmerican Council in St Louis because a faithful K ntucky Baptist was elected president in the person of Mr W H Stew atd All of us teal glad over that The tenth anniversary of President Puree will be October let In the rally we want to raise one thousand dollars Zion church has put a young lady in act ool and will support her Cannot or will not soma other churches help to educate young men and women Many could dose Zion is doing Rev Price has rent in the young man who won the scholarship of his associ atiou The Literary society bad its first ex rcises last Friday night All seemed to je happycMra 8 tcinmetzs Missionary Training l classes are having successful meet ing three times a Neck at the University The teachers eay they have Never seen our students so eager to learn and study as they appear now That speaks well for them We were glad to have a visit from MM Steinmetza mother Mrs Miller Even a Stoic Groans under the torment of neuralgia when every nerve in the face or limb throbs and jumps Philosphy cannot endure this agony but Perry davis Painkiller partsrI freely keep them warm and do not ex pose yourself tj cold aud dampnest alonggequal Pain killer in the treatment of neuralgia WOMENS WORK superrt Kentucky Dear Brethren and sisters We have started our summer campaign in the iniercsn of lrCsiri rticnahwotk as usual I address you this annual let ter We avian to express our to our Heavenly Father for thelrracious manner in which he has so long led and comforted us through difficulties both seers and unseen For twentyene years His hand t as guided us nd too well do we remember that glorious meeting held last October in Alpha Baptt church Franklin KYJ bow the Int net us in the way aud poured out His blessings upon us so that our cups ran over and were made to eclaimTh Lord hath done great things for eel We are looking with the eye of faith to our gathering together Thursday Oct er 0 1904 in that grand oldFirjt Bap tier church Lexington wbioii feels so near to me as there was the place where I first saw the light and felt the power of tho Holly Spirit by the burden of my heart rolling away We are looking forward o a grand meeting Our last meeting was a great Inspiration to our work Christ was certainly In our midst a large delegation of sis tern and brethren and we raised more money than at any previous session We now ask you to unite with us in cariying on this glorious work for we know every true Baptist brother and sister is with us We simply give the signal for marching orders We need all this campaign is for the young as well as the old all come withi united ieart and hand to more earnestly carry out trait great work so that the reports atour Convention at Lexiujgr9B4nJ Oce tober will show greater sUCcess ban ever before Letua leave no ston unI turLed where we may R friends or secure aid Our fathers planted wisely and well but they bave oeajied from this labor and gone to thefr rest but their consecrated efforts prayers and sacrifices will iivo as long as there is e student of State University who is able to raise the banner of that institutioni Shall we provide suitable buillugs and have comfortabfe surroundings for at- students11 ir so the flag of the Baptist Womens Educational Convention Is now hurled to the bceezewlth 200000 as its ensigbn we call on our soldfe in all parts of our state and in other states fold regulars and yblnnteers to keep that flag from railing in the dust thThere is no rischarge in this war see to i that your Church is organized an is represented at our next meeting Out missionary deter Jackson will visit you if she has not alrady dons so do not fall to help her give her an enoour ooltectionan We mayWic near future we shall lave a iplendid building towering toward the kief rail PUbK wen and womfeatp thi i f 1 yl fl P1f iv6 i l it i- M1 f 11 1 7 t 4 i i t haven of Christian Education Yours for the success of the cause M E STBWABX President of the Baptist Womens Edu cational Convention Louisville Ky 1 1 Phelps HallBible Training School Connected with the Tuskegee Insti tnled Tuskegee Ala offers exception i wishingto r The chief aims of tbe Bible Train ing School are to give young colored men and women a comprehensive knowledge of the entire English Bible I and to implant into their hearU the noble ambition to dedicate their lives to the elevation and Chriatianlzation of e requird and Sunday School near the Institution and in this way hat been very helpful the neighboring commu nities I The teaching of the Bible Scloolls wholy undenominational the intention being not to oppose or antagonize any theological work cow being done butVrather to assist all denominationstPhelps Hall the building in which + the school is taught was given by a genereus New ork friend It is ar frutne structure three stories nigh coo taming a chapel library reading room and the elites of the Dean with three recitation rooms beside forty rooms for dormitory purposestRev Edgar J Penney is the Dean He is assisted by Rev E P Johnson aud Rev J H Gadsen Rt Rev Geo W Clinton of Charlotte N C and Dr a T Johnson of Philadelphia Pa deliver a regular ceuse of lectures dur the term Rev Moses Jackson of the Presbyterian church Chicago deliver ed a specoial course of lectures during the past term The teaching is free Tbe cost of Iboard including furnished room light cue washing etc is 850 per month Students will be given an opportunity j thisjI to be paid in cash fn soDleaeR Ar tr rangements may be made so that students may work out the whole amount auk means Defld dfh1 ttnn dFor further information address r Booker T Washington ePrintipal Tuskegee Institute JTutftegee Institute 4 la e WOMENS W OAK fold lowing appointments interest of tbe work of tbe Baptist Womens Edu r cational Convention t 11Mt Sterling August 2 I WinchesterS 824I 1j Keene U 25 fNlobolasville 38 Danville u 2728 AtokaII 29 Hatrodebargit 8081 Perryville M Sept 1tuyer p Greensburg 2i iJCampbGlIsvllle tf LebanonI 4 Junction CityII 6 Som 8PtII 8 McKinney II 7 Mr StanfordII 8 Lancaster II 9 RlobmondU IGlJL PaintLick ir JjjKirksville f IoI e Berea I JlJ r Altamont u lfv London i 1 1617 t1JelliooPittsbufg is 41V VT Mlddlesboro U 22 Otter Creek Rod House 11 23 Reward Creek I 24 PkasantHill 1 21 Ite kn rvU1eII HiMayslick V u 21 rD1a svillea 2sl r Newport 28 Cnvington 81V rt- h Oat 1 r Falmonth II 2 Gynthlana JI Midway d 4sff Frankf Bboieties Palt rtMaJlsmeetIugt preupon ar rangements for her entertainment and suitable announcement for the meet f ing We are making a strong effort to grea ly tnlarge our fund for the erectHlion of a New Dormitory jt State Uni versify and to make o Convention this yea the greatest and beetinita Iy I history We need the support ana enrconragdment of every friend1 in ibis movement and trust our hopeI fIa realised r Done by order of tbe Board ef Mana l era i I Li2Zi3 CarrTBHDiH ChIraua LUCY FMNT Secretary r Ytt y pfR i 9 p- tL f v1InIdLflLnIrIm1giIEIIi4 I k F = hr r JI I Ur r AMERIGANBAPTIST I ESTABLISHED I879 TPUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY OJPICIC 710 FIFTH ST I oursviU3 KY stass QYBAS in adtaaee 525 M2UO ITHii 75 THSJC ICojrrsa 40 cove n l OM 1ft d Ione wrlltMMtirlyo py+ otawae li Saolow1s sNi w atcti aan told e If MteteAte iroe oaehoswitl0e two of w bsi 4Mil asStri us AlII r N MtPr t Poet OA i ioo w I11M lilro a4 M M sues er M 1Ihtr7 XU paperterogedarly tafed- e iaBMBMcrUaen vmtil 4tealte order t 41o ataeto reeelred- ad0 the nbC 4ptlea paid iai hill to tie Urn the order to aweeit FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 23 1904 IN the report of the Home Mission Board to the National Baptist Con vention in Austin Texas last week the Board affirms that after three years earnest toil we are compelled to bring this magnificent paper back to the convention and say that our Board finds it both unprofitable and impracticable to publish it under the present arrangements The paper met with flattering success for two years but the change has caused toIdaythan 60 per cent of what it was a year ago We believe that anyone of the Boards could take the paper and make it a success after a num ber of years work We therefore turn it over to the convention with whatever interest your Board may have in the paper as the Board feels the Convention is mucb better prepared to run a denominational paper and defray the expenses than any OlA Boat When this paper 1asstarted it was the consensus of opinion of many experienced and practical newspaper men that the project would not succeed Experi ence has verified that opinion and instead of the Convention conducting a paper it would be well togive support to those already established using their columns for the work of the convention as the necessity demands In this way a larger num ber of readers would be reached than any paper established by the convention could possibly do and with a very much smaller expendi tore of money THE movement to inaugurate a series ot revivals or a general revi val in this city as a cure for law lessness and immorality in this e community is no doubt prompted by the right spirit and will be successful only so far as the flood people it support and encouragement There is entirely too much of the disposition to allow these matters to take care of themselves and for that reason much that is good and wholesome fails to be as affective as it shouldt be No class of people in this com- munitY need the influence of thesep reform movements more than ours andthe excuse that the evils of which general complaint is made origina tea among others make the errors of our race none the less reprehensible norharmful The most cau anal observer must confess that the lawless and disorderly1 class of our people are increasing far too rapid ly and that they are growing auda cious and bold in their transgressions If This class must be sup tt pressed or reformed or it will be as a millstone upon the neck of the i race and will do more than its 1 share in bringing it into bad repute- dfw under censure Let the good 11work of reform begin and Christina workers lend a helping hand 1 TnVgrowtb in business enter priseet Sooog our people is one of J Jt the meet hopeful and assuring evi deices of sN ntfal pcotxees but saai of thou a are deck r edly injurious to the people and ought not to be encouraged It has not been many years since their was only one saloon in the city owned by colored men but today there must be at least a halfdozen and still there are more to follow The fact that so many applications are filed for the opening of new saloons so frequently proves that they must be profitable or other wise the parties would not desire to engage in the business It is also equally true that the saloons are doing more to degrade and destroy the young men especially of the race than any other agency On this account a strong sentiment should be created against the sa loon in the church in order that it may not multiply or destroy the good work of saving and uplifting the people This idea ofencourag ing every kind of business upon general principles is a mistake and the fact that a colored man con ducts it makes it no less harmful than if it was conducted by any other man AMONG the enterprises that the General Association of this state has established none should com mend itself more to the favor and supprt of the churches than that of the church edifice fund to help poor and needy churuhes The second Sunday in October is the designa ted time to raise collections for this work and circulars calling attention to it has already been sent out A generous response to this appeal will place the Executive Board in a position to help a number of needy and deserving chuches either in the way of loans or direct gifts Many stragetic points could be occupied with great benefit to the denomina tion if this day was observed properly and it is one of the needs of the hour to have uniformity of action in the raising of collections by the several churches for these objects If every church win bear it in mind and raise the collection let it be great or small on that daythe work of helping poor churches willtake ia definite and assuring change for the better THE indicting of the members of the mob at Huntville Ala last week for the lynching of the colored man Maples is a strong indication that public sentiment is being aroused even if conviction does not follow Some of the parties indicted are prominent in business social and political circles and this fact indi cates that those who engage in lawlessness dq not always belong to the lower classes as is sometimes believed It has been found necessary to call the militia to Huntsville in order to maintain the law and prevent the liberation of the men who have been indicted and are under arrest The officers of the law in that city and the Governor of the state ought to be sup portorted in the effort to apprehend the partis engaged in this lynching business and to mete out to them the punishment they deserve under the law THE session of the National Bap tist Convention in Austin Texas last week was the largest and most successful in the history of the or ganization The reports showed an increase in receipts and magnii tude of work in all departments The statistics show churches 16996 ordained ministers 16554 mem bersbjp 21x0269 The amended plan of cooperation which has provoked so much discussion was referred to a Special Commission which will report next year at the session which will meet in Chica go We will publish a full report of the meeting next week The certificate of nomination was awarded to MrD C Edwards over Dr W C Hunter by the republican Committee for the eleventh District at Somerset Ky last Thursday after a two days session The vote UII canvassed was Edwards 13215 punter i5399 Majority for Cd I wirdi I 6II A 1TIt l AND NOTES I INEWS Isaac Toliver an aged colored citizen of Galveston Texas died in that city last week age 105 years Eckstein Norton Institution Cane Spring Ky will open Monday Oct 3rd For further particulars ad dress Rev C H Parrish D D Cane Spring Ky or X64 Fifth St Louisville Ky 3T Colored agents teachers and preachers to write rich and acci dent insurance Liberal policy can earn 7500 go 30000 month ly Experience unnecssary Address Lockbox 5x5 St Louis Delegates and visitors attending the Baptist Womens Educational Convention atLexington Ky Oct 6 to the 9th may secure the benefit of reduced rates by purchasing a round trip ticket to Lexington They are on sale at every station in Kentucky The second Sunday in October is Church Edifice Day in Kentucky Read the appeal from the Executive Board and let every church and Sun day school send an offering to Rev P H Kennedy D D General JIll sionary Henderson Ky for that cause Rev R T W James the first Secretary of the General Associa bon of Colored Baptists of Kentucky who has been in the Methodist de nomination for many years has returned to his first love and is now a member of the Baptist church Mid letown 0 Rev P Everet pastor ePersons who wish to attend the session cf theBaptist Womens Ed ucational Convention to be held at the First Baptist church Lexington Ky Oct 69 are requested to notify Mr S Wopdard No 437 W Second St Lex1njE Qti Kyit on i arrangements may be made for their entertainment Low Rates to Colorado and Utah Resorts Zest reached via the Mo souri Pacific Ry From SL 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 30threturn limit Oct 3ithv 1904 Liberal stop overs with diversus routes Three fast trains daily from St Louis elegant equipment For descriptive literature particulars etc consult Ticket Agents or address RTG Matthews TPA Room 301 Nor ton Bldg Louisville Ky True religion his made men bet ter It has fed them to aim at higher and purer life It has made understand better the problem of living It has taught them how to die It has permeated the whole world with its principles It has raised the fallen and rescued the de prayed It has clothed the naked and fed the hungry It has built homes for the sick It has eddcated the ignorant and sheltered the fatherless It has helped to ameliorate the condition of unhappy humanity and its influence has benefited the government in establishing justice end destroying despotism Itssilent work has been felt in the very pul sation of a better morality in the community Its history is illustri our Ex liveipaper Young People published by the American Baptist Publication Society is the only Baptist paper published exclusively for Baptist young people Not only that it IIt the peer of all other papers for the youth oC our Sunday schools Seri all and short stories by the best wdi ten in our dwominatioa are cot tantlv fanning la its column It is Jjfinlifully UltMtrated find brim fall M of interesting articles on altsubjects connected with the life of young people To entertain and educate Is the aim of its editors and no pains Is spared to make it all that fine paper fine art fine thought and finest feeling can make a paper Boys and Girls is a paper just as carefully prepared for younger schol are it is bright breezy and univer sally popular and the same iIs true of Our Little Ones for the wee tots APPEAL i Edifee Day The end of the Third Quarter September 30 and also that of the Church Edifice Day October oth second Sunday This appeal111I sent out to the great Baptist Hosts in Kentucky Dear Brethren 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 the needs of our state work yet we will again can your attention briefly to a few particular points First The Needs of this the Third Quarter We have three missionaries on the field whose sal aries must be paid as also their traveling and other expenses We reassure you that they are faithful ministers of the gospel of our Lord and Master hp are willing to spend and be sent for and in his cause and that tfctsy deserve your support and your moral influence in thegreat work of missions Second Our Church Edifice Work IITo be plain weare doing next to nothing In this class of work It use to be that we could collect money for poor churches anywhere and from any person but now with the most urgent appeals and the most prayerful Pleas though they be and sent out by your Board giving to you the names of the church 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 edu cational work thetppeal is made for education they say we are do ing 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 es in most every condition pa mahie some have no ground some have no house some are in the courts some are ju the hands of other de Qominatiqns and some have QO pastor and i therefore they have nt preaching Now this is the condition of affairs that confronts your Board and they are before us now Missionaries callineior their sm ries and poor churches from many parts of the state begging for help We want to try L little different plan of notification this quarter and thus releave the pastors of some of the responsibility by pub fishing the appeal In the denomina tional papers and in any paper that will kindly take the matter up By this means we hope to be able to pdt the appeal and information into the bands 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 church edifice work but please doot sty for what church or field you want the money aced Leave that matter with the Board Way we in ell Wariness ask that the moderators other offices sad members of the boards take the lead in these contributions sad will all the putonud leaden of the denominsti0n lead a helping ktad We close this appeal byatttag rijddtetthat the lalaekMMHet wil- liNtb it Out the 1pastors aad aeejak c2 their drfctM wag ttlersaed U to this appeal ateieit i 1 I n aid 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 Richardson x Henderson Ky September 1904 h NOTES OF =lid11 LOCAL INTEREST Rev G W T Russel will preach at Old Folks Home Sunday after noon at 3 oclock Everybody is in vitedA large and appreciative audience heard the trial sermon of Mr J W Ramsey at Hfth St church last Wednesday evening Tuesday Sept 27 will be Louis vile Day at the Worlds Fair in St Louis A large number of Loinsville people will attend the Fair that day Mrs Alice Vandyke f Beuchels Ky left today for Hickman Ky on a visit to her sister Mm Alice JamisonRev and Mrs J K Polk of Ver sailles Ky were in the city this week the guests of Rev and Mrs C C Bates Rev C P M Bigbee D D of Winchester Ky is in the city spend ing a part o the four weeks vaca tioi granted him Mrs Evaline Martin of Franklin Ky mother of Mrs John H Perdue is improving rapidly and is thought to be out of danger Mrs Perdue will return home the last of this weekRevs W O Harper D Dof1 Dayton 0 G W Ward D D of CovinltoIT H Williams ofI Somerset s Loxingto week rt- Baptist t Mrs Nt tamed ateu in honor of Miss Nella K Aliens worth of Fort Harrison Mont All present had an enjoyable time The ordinance of the Lords sup per will be administered at the new Lampton St church Hancock St next Sunday afternoonIThe city Ministers and Deacons Conference met as usual at Green St church last Monday morning Rev E W Reed presided and the usual reports were made Rev SP Young D D of Lexington was present and addressed the Conference The new edifice ot the Lampton- St Baptist churchjwas opened with appropriate services Rev J K Polk DD of Versailles Ky assisted Rev C C Bates in the services tintt On account Of the inclement weather the services will be contin ued next Sunday to which all mem bers and friends are invited The collection last Sunday amounted to 31600 At the Red Cross rally which is to bsheld at Plymouth Congregational church 17th and Chestnut Streets Sunday Sept 25 at 3 30 pm The following speakers will be intro dnced Mrs M Gillette of Nortons Infirmary will tell of the needs of a Sanitarium for our people Mrs C H Parrish why should the churches be interested in the establishment of a hospital Miss Georgia G Moore should the public support it Miss Nannie H Burtoughs how would such institution benefit secret or ganizations SCHOOL NOTES The teachers Institute will hold Its first session of the year in the chapel of the High school tomorrow morning lira Florence Lewis of the outh Louisville school Is some better this week and hopes to be out soon Hist Ida B Nufent is subetttutia duriafaerillaaes Prof JX Give substituted at tIM Hfala School for Prof j L Harris O U Wetftfey y Misrjessie R Carter of the Wee tern school is on the sick list this weekand MissGsubstitutingMr Delaney formerly Prin cipal of the High school has been appointed Assistant Principal of the Mc Coy school Indianapolis Ind Master Joseph French class of 04 of tatiI D C Central Colored Night school 0pens next Monday evening Sept j 26 1904 at 9th and MagaztrtAll day workers are invited Session x I lasts 22 weeks y M C A NOTES 4 Dr C H Parrish will give a sterI OldWorlelMonday evening Sept 26 1904 Come and the aboutJerusalem itDont10 cents Mens Sunday youngmaneverything against him 2 Chron 142 GRAND OUT OF TOWN EX 1 CURSION SUNDAY OCTOBER 2 BIB FOUR ROUTE To the SpetciaUnion De Extremelylow foUtnRushvilleI ooAnderson25MarionTickets on sale at City Ticket Office 259 Fourth Avenue and at Depot- S J GATES Genl Agt Pass Dep e on the occasion of the recent lloss which they sustained by the death 1 of their son fames Mosby Jr To all of their many sympathizing friends Baptistextend NEW PASTOR STORMED t On last Wednesday night the members of Westine Baptisti Church Cloverport Ky met in their regular prayer meeting sad each member and Ineud hat came delCriptiOD i be trained and each deposited his package near the stand When the prayer service was closet Bro I W Hynes rising slowly said that all the packages were for the new pastor IIAs the pastor took charge of the many present he was very much surprised when he found that he and wife could not begin to carry the many valuable eatables away but by assistance of severs friends they managed to get theI 7 things to Bro Hynes near the church This is Monday morning and the members and friends have continued bringing presents of all kinds fruits vegetables preserves coffee tea sugar flour lard salt pepper potatoes oatmeal baking powder apples rice matches starch meat crackers and every thing else that could be thought of to eat Also the dwelling where the pastor and wife were to reside was nicely furnished wi h nice new furniture and everything a house folloWiqlisHynes Jennie Robertsm Finale Jackson Elizabeth Hayne Alice Robertson Anna Dean Amanda Dehaven Emma Higdon Hatdiir Den Lillie Alexander Tiles Kiaf Annie Haynes Sam Dean mna w ifcltillion Hattie Singleton f aJones Sarah Haynes Mary Lowe Lack Treen Mary Carman n Haynet Ara Uayaee Kfttie JoftieV fury Washington Sam SsJt ii Mary B DIY JamenA Wealy Spaaa Carol iudAdMi 4K ilye T 1 C y5ir- Y TTr 7 it r J i i 4i tr r hl1 41r i Jft1J + iI r f iftit 1 1f i 7 IfP r I i c l i C 1 fcI I I tn1on1ItrnIkil iOt Jf JJ r 1 J Ut oft I l L broP rUI J IL tn1aft Kidney Trouid aad Bomt Know it BwTo Find et yourdatersediment or settling indicates an unhealthy condition of the kid- neysr V if it stains Syour linen it is I evidence of kid ney trouble too frequent desire to pass It or pain In tna back Is also bJaddlrareoutoforderWhat to Do There Is comfort in the knowledge so SwampRootevoyW1nhtheMckof the urinary passage It corrects InabUty passlncItwine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often timesuInCr ordinary effect of SwampRoot Is soon realized It stands the highest for Its won casesksizesYouwonderful discovery and a book that tells sore about It both sent aboolutely free by mall otawaatpRoolColIB reading this generous offer In this paper Dont tmke ani mistake but emem tier the name SwmipRoot Dr Kilmer 8 ramp Root and tae address Binghamp text W Y on every bottle OBTheCLAY Tailor rTwisty Years before thecitizens of the cIty and you will find me ready to wait on you and show you a rood Hue of samples for both La dies sand Gentlemen I will cut and m eke you any kind of Garment you wont at YOUR PRICE also will Clean Dy and Repair at a rate less than you can get elsewhere I Earnestly Solidt Your Patronage Dont forget Nariie and Place i 921 W BRO PWY- Call or send postal card or call HOMK PHONE 3460 and I will r RESI liw y N aluU LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY of all kinds of I IMarufaturersalltl J Ji and Ices Excellent Soda with Fruit Syrups For Prices and Quality Excelled By NoneT- ELEPHONE 3400Y I Wm Watson UNDERTAKEREMIALMEB N WCOR CHMTHUT AND 10th STS Furnishes Coffins Cases Shrouds and everything for Funerals Prompt services Reasonable terms ATlSFACriON GUARANTEED EUSIDELL SCHRADER STONE I COMPANY Small Loans and Real Estate Solid tors Watches Jewelry and all kinds of Merchandise Bought and Sold 539 W Oreen St Louisville Kj J B I1IGHBOEB 1r The Elite Photographer gftkrgtBg Battrtu and Framing Specialty HOVE PHONE 4B18 12 W Walnut St LOUZSVXXLB Kv = WilliS Wystrial Clubs 126 w Waillt Stt s lHIIIHII Ky Board by the day or week Iodging forladiss only Hot baths at any time DeiciQV9 MWcter tinCream NoIId4 girls wko are strangers ip the city will find safe eovlroa llfata i s oar Cltih reHS Hare Pholse 3670 1 totec f f 10 1 ll I Mount Pleasant Association Bethe aida Fayett co the Mes sengers and Ministers meeting was organized at noon Tuesday August 30th 1904 Rev 1 Miller assistant moderator of the association by common consent served as tempo rary chairman Revs G B Miller and J Fisbback D D conducted devotional exercises then affected the permanent organizaton Moderator C Embry secretaryI J Francis Wilson ben Million then for lunch all went Afternoon SessionTopics dis cussed I Exegis on Acts 1348 2 Is there Scripuralauthority for churches to call pastors 1 3 Is there Scripturalauthority for Deacons Board meeting Evening SessionRev G Bi Miller preached the sermon for critcism assisted by Rev J Farris after the delivery Rev T R fcudd moved that the sermon pass as the sense of the meeting it prevailed Wednesday morning 10 oclock the 28th session opened with mod erator T H Broaddus D D presided after the usual devotional exercises The Annual Address was delivered by J Francis Wilson as sisted by Rev G D Miller this completed the morning session Afternoon First First Day The roll was called and letters read the committee on Credentials reported showing twentyfive churches rep resented by fifty messengers Rev W J M Price was chosen chair man pro tern and the election of officers resulted as follows Moderator T H Broaddus D D Assistant Moderator I Miller Recording Secretary G B Mil lerCorresponding Secretary T R Reed Tosisurer J Turner Usher SIT Brands moon 7 ionaI 1 K Kudd Rev E7 Haytes asslstedfY I Sailles prayed f Thursday Morning The session was very appropriately opened and the following messengers with correspondents were introduced T R Huffman S P Ytfung R B Butler Mrs L M Jackson J Bi Miller W H Parker TR Reed- J BigbeeWThe B W E Convention was represented by Mrs L Jackson Evening Session The Doctrinal Sermon was preached by Revs W T M Price and C D France Prof W H Parker represented the Be atyville Industrial Schcoi Friday MorningThis entire session was spent after devotional ex ercises by Rev I Fuller and T Bright hearing the report of the several committees Afternoon SessionRev R B Butler represnted the State Mission work afterwhich Rev J Frances Wilson read the circular letter which was a gem j Evening SessionThe Me orial Sermon was preached by Rev C Smothers D Dand Rev T H Harris alternate Moneys from all sources 127 oo Next place of meeting Goodloe Chapel Madison county Thursday before the first Lords Day in Septeber 1905 J Frances Wilson Reporter SOMERSET NOTES The public school opened Sept 6th with an enrollment of 135 pupils The faculty O G Duff principal and Misses Maggie Smith and Maud Reed assistants The popular preacher RevW H Williams of the First Baptist Churchattended the National Bap tist Convention at Austin Texas The church here is alive both fi nancially and spiritually Rev Wil liams is a pastor in deed and truth The SabbathSchool under the management of Mrs Annie Camp bell as Superintendent is all it should beILittle Miss Ollie Davis is the or eanist and Miss Jennie Scott Is as ilstant The B Y P U with Mr Willian Elliott as president is doing good work There will be attached I y f 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Home PhonesStH Residence fsaSBJacobSt OricePHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OFFICE HOURS SUNDAY 10 a m ton a m iotoxiam 2 p m to 3 p m 7 to 8 p m 8 pm to 9 p m U PRESTON ST LOUISVILLE NoCurlyHair makes Curly Hair Straight and Soft as Silk Absolutely Harmless Merer Fall Sent by express prepaid on receipt of price as follows NoCnrlyHalr for Dark hair per bottle 1100 NoCarljrHalr for Light blrU 1S5 Address General Agency for U 8 and Canada THE NOCURLYHAIR CHEMICAL FACTORY P 0 Box 447 NwtYprk to the Union a missionary class We hope soon to establish a chit drens band to help work for State UniversitySisters Rosa Williams Mattie Davis and Anna Campbell are great workers but the First Baptist Church can boast of many such as theseProf O G Duff has been on the sick list and Mrs M V Duff has been substituting The public school can boast of having 96400 in bank for a new building as soon as they find a suit able place- ADANCED NORMALV COURSE INTRODUCEI AT TUSKE GEE INSTITUTE An Advanced Normal Course foe teachers of the Common Branches and teachers of Manual Training the Trades and Agriculture will be established at the Tuskegee Insti tute September 13 1904 the next school term The course in cludes 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 j observation of model teaching and practice teaching in an admirably equipped training school are required Graduates of Tuskegee and persons of equivalent education are admiitedwithout 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 i of a specific industry like black smithing or agriculture 2 of mah ual training or 3 of acade ic ranches Address all correspoi d ence to Principal Booker T Wa h ington Tuskegee Ala T bLLSAney Charchaoa lolls tp- sae t4I4iD 5 L e f 1 r- aJi rl str i4 i iW J1iJ J SHOPSON Merchant TailorClea- ning I 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 832 EIGHTH ST Ieanu ttekTHome Phone 4088 IT IS THJ2 CLOVES THAT ICiEE THB K4H Ma terson makes the Clothes I cater to good dressers and quote the very lowest price Regulation Garments given Especial Attention Try our Regulation Trousers at 5 00 and up Cleaning Dying and Repairing neatly done E I MASTERSON SeW Cor West do Wainnt Sta I oulsille Ky The Big Four Route Having acquired trackage rights between Carey and Toledo over the tracks of the Hocking Valley R RM will on Septem ber 4th 1904 commence the operation of ThroughTrain Service Between CuaClftftw a Toledo and Detroit Via Jichigan Central R R 3 Daily Trains 3 each way PARLOR CARS SLEEPERS DINING CARS Your patronage is solicited Ask frtokeb vfa- a ovaWARREN JILYNCH Gen Pass Agt S J GASBS General Agent Louisville Ky Special Homeseekers Excursions VIA LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE- R 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i waryi f 11fr tf 11 I 1 01 to tC AMEiUcAX D pj T umDAtSEPTEMB IR 319 J 44 SUNDAY SCHOOL- lESSON SUNDAY OCT 2 2 Kings 2 1222 Motto TextULet a double por tion of thy spirit be upon me And Elisha svw itEHshasasc- enSIOn which was the sign that a double portion of his masters spirit would be granted him And he cried my father my father It is evident from Elishas devotion that Eijah was a very lovable man The stronger the character if it be also tender the deeper the devo tion it receives A noble man is stern and relentless toward sin but kind and loving to the penitent and the good The chariot of Israel and the S horsemen thereof Elijah was the strong defense of his people against idolatry hence Elisha speaks of him thus What a wall of pro tection this man was about the be lievers in the land He was thei champion standard bearer More terrible was he to Ahab and Jezebel in his invisible armour than a host of Syrians and Philstines He was the phalanx and bulwark of Is rael Krammacher Christians are Itoday the defence of any na tion Ten righteous men would have protected Sodom and Gomor rah Luther did more for Germany than all her armies And he took hold of his aiun s chtftes and rent them tn two pieces Tlje common way of expressing grief was chiefly that efiHislost to Israel and he felt be could fill the place of his great teacher It was trom the of Elijahs mantle that we have the commpn expression which says of a great man his mantle has fallen on such a one And he took the Iimanuc Itz him and smote the waters and said 1 Where is the Lord God of Eli fahrn Elisha begins his career with the miracle with which Elijahs had closed thus showing to the sons of the prophets he had been chosen by God as Elijahs successor There is no doubt in tJhe question he asks It is a pray JI to the God of Elijah to come to His help Eli sbas duty led him balk to Jericho And wherever God calls a man to go he will open a way for him If the way is not opened it is sure proof that the man is nt called to walk In it The fiftymen who had gone out upon the height to watch Elijah and Elisha as they went down to Jordan saw that the spirit of Elijah rested on Elisha and they received them as their director and chief V 1 6 This is a strange request These men had known before the ascension that God would take away Elijah that day Comment ators differ in their explanations Some think these young men were anxious to prove beyond the gainsaying of skeptical idolaters that Elijah had been translated Others that they thought his soul had gone to heaven but that his body would be left as a castoff garment and they were anxious to find and bury it Others that they thought the spirit had carried Elijah to heaven for a season as Pauland John were afterwards carriedand that the prophet was returned to earth refreshed and strengthened for his work and would be found somewhere alive and well The latter explanation seems most prob able AU which the Bible tells us is the fact of their desire to send I Fifty strollg711elzsuch as would be needed in searching the wilder ness And when they urged till he was ashamed he said Send Ashamed means that he gave up hopev of persuading them the search would be useless Lange lays the Heorew word frequently word fregaently has this meaning point but L4Irs1stencc1ts J 8J fI t itc i I ti1 r only to find the prophet was right They ought to have known from I the miracle worked at the river Jordan by Elisha and from his I I taking Elijahs place that Elisha knew his old master waS gone from earth not to return But they in sisted till he yielded to importunity We should be very careful before being persistent in wishing any prayer granted to be sure the re quest is the right one H They southt three days but found him not Time enough to search the wildesness carfully for some distance from the Jordan Their search confiirmed their faith that Elijah had been translated to heaven in his body and also increased their respect for Elisha Elishas rebuke for their to take his word is a very refQsingI And the vies oj tIe city The translation of Elijah would make them have more faith in the power of his successor They come be lievmg he can and will work a miracle to aid them TIt situation of this citv is pleasant as my lord satlBeing near the passage of the Jordan it was an important point for trade I But the water is naught and tIlt ground is barren Naught is used in the sense of bad It is evident all the trouble was caused by the water and that was known by the authorities How often one thing destroys pleasure and happiness All earthly thingsh ave their draw backs The city was a pleasant onebut These men knew what to do to remedy the evil They appealed to God through his pro phe Bring me a new cruscTbe Hebrew word is different from the one used in speaking oj the widows cruise This means bowl The The cruse being new was pure from all former defilement Salt is a purifier but salt thrown in by oth er haeds even by the barrel full would have done nothing for the water A dic went forth unto the spring of tIlt watersNo doubt this is the present spring called Ain es Sultan a large spring dFwater which is tiot very cold but is very agreeable to the taste This spring is still dalled by the Jews The Fountai of Elisha c Thus saith the Lord I havt healed these waters This clearlyII shows that the salt was means whereby the healing was wrought but only an outward sign to point to the work which was su pernaturally performed Even if salt had a tendency to make the water better the smallamount that Elisha had cast into Uje water could not have effected so large a spring This water cause it is supposed much death among chil drenThe direct lesson which this incident teaches iis Gods care for the temrpopU 1 wdfare of his creatures It illustrates those words of our Lordin regard to the falling spar row tyis right to ask God to remove temporal1 iroublesHf onlyl we desire that Hshall do as seemeth him best And this healing of the waters encourages us to pray for earthly blessings The incident can be usedas an illustration In spiritual things bu teachers need to use great care in spiritualizing We have no reason to believe that salt was used for example as a type of the covenant blood nor yet that the spring was a type of sin in an otherwise beau tiful wcrld But yet the foul spring and its purification illustrates the sin of the world and its remedy- ASSOC t ATIONAL MEEFINGS IN KENTUCKY FOR 1904 First District B W E Convention Paducah May 17 First District 8 Q Coo yen t Ion- FaducaU May IU Soutb District Association Glendale Juno 16 O B V S S Convention Calhvun June 23 Central District 8 S Convention JeSersontowu June 83 B W Missionary CocYentlon of tfy Louisville Tune 23 TiMi 3 B IS Convention 1 V J 4r C alzJne2S i ij Union District B S Convention OakUud June 23 Consolidated S B Convention Maysvilte June 22 Central District Association Carrolton July 7 L R doc V 8 S Convention Cerulean Julys London District 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