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danger Write it over every gate On tbe church and hall of state In the hearts of every band lu the laws of every land Where theres drink theres danger THE OHIO BAPTIS7S Held their Annual Meetings in the Mt Olive Baptist Church Dayton 0 4i The largest and most successful meetings among the Baptists of Ohio were held ID the MU Olive Baptist church Dayton 0 last week There was unusual interest manifested In the proceedings and much good was ac r complished There are a number of able preachers in that Itate and the number II increasing every year as the denomination increases innumbers lad influence The vtstemna like Un lay Jouei Morton and Day are just as active and interested as are the young er men like Washington Toomy Phil lips and others Then among the minister In the prime of life we have Riddle Mitchel Harper Grant Jaok MOU Burr anti others and all battling It r the great principles for which our denomination stand Rtv J M Rid liP P Ds presided at the tension of the B pist State Convention which was tae lint of the Heriei He deliver addreus which wuaed a 4 txu lien udop d us the sense of the Convention Splendid aermonB were preauhed during the session by R vn L W Gray J W Burr and P C Minor The Conven Lion decided to establish a home for aged and infirm ministers and appoin- ed a committee to take ciiarge of the waiter A large collection and u large number of subscription was taken for that purpose and there seem to be goodIl plrit shown to give tae movement Kfuerous support The reports of theI several committees were encouraging and the Convention agreed to affiliate with tht1 General Association of the Central Western Staves and Territories 10 L Mud appointed Rev J M Rmdle D D and H U Mioit ill D D as delegates to the uexi session t The eiectlou of officers resulted as follows J M Riddle Uallipolis pres L ident J 11 Meadows Circle ville viue t president ti H Mitchell Coluabui keoretary K D Phlilipn Cincinnati I corresponding Btcretary J J Jackson Cluoiuuati statistical secretary O P Wright Jackson treasuier The fiuauclal repotts showed 19864 collected during the station The Fo tIgu Mission The Home Mission Board at d The Educational Board each made Interesting reports and made recom mendations that trill not only lead to the enlargement 01 the work but will- S better systematize the collection and reporting of funds for thiie enterprises The nest bosalon will be luld lu Purtu mouth o Oct 1905 THE WOMEN d CONVENTION Thu Womens Convention mat Thurs day Octobr 18th and held a really II pleasant aud pro ltable session Mrs Haiti K Jackson presided and read an Instructive ami enoouraglug report Heveral addresses on dlfforeat phases 01 Womens worir were read by repre ettatlves Among these was one on Can Parents Be of Aid in Teaching Missions at Home 1 and another on Ihe Importance of Denominational Literature The Committee on Enrollment reported the attendance of about sixty delegates and tte Finance Committee reported 10100 received a daring the session The following offi cer were elected for the ensuing yearI PTMldtot Mm H S Jackson D vicee hL c president MM Mary S h Iii record lug secretary Mahalu Sanu Ij corres ponding secretary Josephine Allen treasurer A lice Minor Board of Managers sisters tiI Ash Laura Moore- I N Day Eatelle Eudora Morton E J Jaokaon Plans for enlarged work were also adopted and in harmo ny with the spirit shown in all the meetings greater work will be done esp olally aloug Foreign Mission lines the ensuing year The Convention closed on Thursday evening with a contribution for the proposed Home for- Aged MlniateiB THE B Y P U CONVENTION The last of the series of meetings was held on Friday when the B Y P U Convention assembled There was a large attendance and unusual Interest in tho programme Rev Gtorge Wash ing ton President of tue convention de livered an enthusiastic opining address which was wall received The papers and addresses during the day were In liu 3 with the presidents address and BUD cd great progress in the work the convention will meet in Ports mouth next year 1 THE AMENDED PLAN OF COOPERATION The following Is the resolution of Rev E C Morris D D and adopted by the National Baptist Convention in its ass slon atAustin Texas September 1904 U In view cf the fact that the matter of cooperation with our white Baptist brethren in missionary work is one which will effect tHe entire Negro Bap tist lamily in the United btatos and whereas the unity of the Negro Baptist is a paramount issue with us and Whereas there Is a difference of opin ion among us touching the amended plans of cooperation with the South ern Baptist brethren and Whereas this convention knows no Noitb no South no East no West in lie religious work Resolved That the committee ap pqinteo on the matter of cooperation be givdBTirnple thue to deliberate upon the matter of the plans of cooperation and that Ibid committee report at the next meeting of the National Baptist ConventionResol That the amended plans of co operation between the Home Board of the National Baptist Convention and the Home Board of the Southern Bap list Convention continue in foic until the report of the Special Committee appointed by this conven non except that weIi that the word South be dropped from the amend ed plans Resolved That these plans in no waj efttot the existing plans of coopera tion 5 The following ia the committee tc which the plan was referred Country at Large A N MeEvau Ala E R Carter Gu L L Campbell Texas E B Topi Miss W H Steward Ky AIUrlggS Texas States A J Stokes Ala i J A Booker Ark C U Anderson Cal G W Lee District of Columbia J B Hankerson Fla C T Walker Ga J B Davis tia W B Brown 111 JD Rousep IndJ M Dade J T B A Wilson I Kan C H Parish Ky D Young HIDoddN C G E Morris N J M W Gil burt N Y W O Harper OJ RS Bennett O T E M Moore Pa G W Raiford S C A D Hurt Tenn A Harbour Tex E W Atkinson Tx S U W Hayes Va J B Beokham WashThis committee met and organized byr electing J A Booker Arkansas chair man and G W Hayes of Virginia secretary A subcommittee was appointed consisting of A R Grlfg W li Steward G W Raiford A J bloked and L L Campbell who were author ized to coLsider the entire question of cooperation and report to the commit tee at a meeting to be held in Montgomery Ala Feb 1905 The oubcommittee organized by electing A R Griggs chairman and W H Steward secretary who were ap polnteu to confer with all parties in terested and to report a basis of action for the subcommittee at a meetlug ti0 be held in the First Baptist church St Iienls Mo Thursday morning Cot 27th 1904 A man touches highwater mark when he lets Christ reign folly with S- bimJ P Cowan fstLr IcrJlhIbarcb 11ac1 Fifteenth Annual Session Howard Creek Educational District I II Sunday School ConvenTiON II This body convened with tne Provi deuce Baptist Sunday School at 10 mI Thuisday September 2Und President A W Harris D Dt presided Devotional exercises were conducted by Pastor G W Canada and Prof B T Patterson scripture quotations led by Rev D W Seal Miss F B Jewett was made orguldt for the session the remainder ot the morning was spent in praise tstrvlc- eAtteruoun1l1nt Day Scripture quo tatlou led by Rev R Jackson Mis R B Milton mane tue welcome address U which Pro B F Patterson respouded President Harris delivered his annual address which was both timely and pointed The following committees were appointed I on Credentials Rev B Jackson chairman and on Finance Rev B B Rawllnp chairman when the roll was called and letters read showing about forty messengers pres ent Evening SessionScrlpture quota Lion led Ly Rev R T Huffman O D Rev J H Lewis was introduced to preach the annual sermon D P Jones alternateFriday Morning Second Day Scrip ture quotation lei by Rev J H Lewis and Rev J Francis Wilson was ap pointed official reporter Tie follow ing messengers with correspondence were introduced T M Faulkner A B J Frances Wilson D P Jones j W Million J C Cross F B Jewetc Ltl Jackson Wm Taylor and D D Carr Afternoon SessionScripture quotations led by Rev D W Seals G S Scruggs read a paper subject Faith Rev R B Butler A Mt presented the State Mission claims Evening Session Scripture quota tions led by Rev B S Rawlings after which Rev It Jackson preached the Educational sermon assisted by Pastor G W Canuda Bailor W H Steward A M presented the educational claims Satutday Morning Third Day Scripture quotations led by Z W Taylor and the officers for the ensuing year were elected as follows President A W Harris D D VicePresident Mrs R B Million Secretary Prof B P Patterson Correspodiug Secretary Mrs Mollie Johnson Treasurer Jackson Taylor Missionary D D Carr Mr Susie F Young read paper on Sunday School Teacher1 Mrs Motile l Johnson Your Sins Will Find You Out Mrs Mary Covington Bvcrlaat lug Life Roy Seals preaoaed ther Missionary Sermon and Rev B S Raw Hug alternate Afternoon Scripture quotation led by Rev Wm Taylor and the Doctrinal Sermon as reached by Rev D D Carr Papers were read by Misses Iva Evans Emma Gentry Bettie Seals Louella Archer and Z W Taylor Evening J Frances Wilson tempo rary president pre ided and the newly elected officers were Installed In a very befitting manner then the literary pro gramme was rendered Those who participated were Prof 11 L Patter sou Sarah Boswell Nnnle Covington 8 F Young B J Riley G S Scruggs Mrs L M Jacason presented the claims of the Baptist Woraeus Educational Convention Sinday Rev D DC rr acted Superintendent scholars present 60 col lection 125 Preaching at 11 a m J H L wls 3 p m J Prances Wilson and 980 p m A W Harris Moneys from all sources 12700 Next place Iof meeting Zion Sunday School George town Thursday before the 4th Lords Day in Sept 1905 j J FRANKS WILSON UNIVERSITY NOTES 8URahrabrahrahRab HurrahI Hurrah University rah rah rab IIstate xoxThe medical School bads dedication service at the Green Street Baptist church Sunday afternoon TLe dedl eatery prayer was made by Dr D A Gaadle Remarks were made by Fresh dent Puree sad Drs Fowler Vancet Newell Prof Payne and several others Many of tbe best citizens were present and added much to tbe gathering- Dr Pnroe preached for Berean last Sunday night to a apendld audience Mr and Hn Marshall of FMfervllle were pleasant visitors this week The Literary Society rtmdsred a good grosrammelait week t Mrs Puree and the children returned MondayFoot team will a have a match Friday afternoon Prof Brown lost his brotherinlaw by death last week We all jyrnpathize with him and the bereaved family and commend them to our Heavenly Father Dr Fowler addressed the Berean SS Sunday moruing The 25th of November is our rally day and we are asking cnr churches Sunday School and Societies to help us raise one thousand dollars on that day The Citizens National Hospital open ed its doors to visitors Sunday and Monday nights A public reception was given Through tbe kindness of Mr Robert L Silver the universty hiss been presented with a statute of George Wash ington It is kept iu the Presidents office and greets you as you enter the door We are proud of this excellent gift Many thanks to Mr Silver who will soon be a practicing physician A Little Loss of flesh aud strength little barking obstinate cough and a little pain in the chest may not mean galloping eon sumption but they are signs that prudence will not neglect A few doses of Aileni Lung Balsam cauee a free discharge of mucus an HO loosen the coup b It heals the inflamed air passage and ail it ben ficin t work is ac complished without a grain of opium IN MEMORIAM Brother Day d Mason was born in Virginia about the year I860 He was a citizen of Sulphur 25 years and a member of the Mt Olive Baptist church of this place for 14 years He served as treasure for 12 years and as member of the deacon board four years He was married to Belle Chambers in 1886 and has been a faithful husband to her until his death He was confined to his bed about two weeks and during that time he suffered and bore it with that patient and fortitude of a true and tried soldier of the Cbrlst The angel of death came to his relief be quieljJ closed his eyes and fell asleep without a murmur He leaves a dear w if three sons and host of friends tc mourn his death 241atl funeral the church was crowded withI friends to hear the sermon iiich was preached by our paxtor Rv C D Blakemore who oak fur a text II Cor 61uFor we know that if our earthly house of this tabemaole were disolyed we have a building of God a house not made with bands eternal in the heavens from which ho preached an able sermon and paid a most loving and solemn tribute to the deceased brother l Alas dear husband thou art gone To your home prepared on high But the love yon oheerished for me Caresses the tears to dim mine eyes But when I with you have passed thro all this lifeti trials I will meet with you beyond the skyes So farewell dear belovel husband and father Farewell farewell PROM THE FAMILY Resolution of Respect by the Church Whereas it has pleased almighty God to remote from our midst our beloved brother and deacon David Mason Aug 24th Flirt Be it Resolved That the church has lost a worthy member and a faith ful deacon one whose deportment was commendable to all who knew him for an example therefore wa recommend his sons to follow his foot prints through l fe and to tbe wife that she may ever point them th6 way their father went Into that blessed abode on high to his reward To the community we point you to his walks through life as a citizen he was true as a Christian faithful as a husband and father ever mindful of his duty therefore Second be it Resolved that we extend lour sympathy to the bereaved family who administered to his wants so faith fully during his illness and point them to Him that doetb all things for good to them that love him Trusting trusting is the watubwoid until we as he who ia gone shall reach that eternal abode Deacons Ned Winbon Dave Mumphroy 3 Jack Chambers 4 L4Joseph Chamber t ffo George Winbon 4 4 4C Wheats BUlPJWJ 1 7 I h 4 5i 0 jtit State B r P U Work State Organizer D P Joues Jr of Nichilaaville has been ou the field since the first Sunday in September 1904 and hits traveled 538 miles aud col lected S13 7a We have no per mit over railroads and must pay full fare WI auk the pastors of the state to help UH ia the good work We organ ized a strong Uuiou In the First Bap tist church at Newport with Prof CD Boner president and Misses K L Howell and N L Ellis secretar es also at Covingtou Second Baptist church with pastor Rwv J F Drane prtJtmletit den con U Carter as an vicoprejid eut Mrs S Smith secretary At Wiucheuter on BHptember 1 6 we organized the sto rugEest Union to date with C E Coleraue A M president Miaa E B Johnson corresponding secetary aud Dr J H Holmes topic leader and querry master Prof J H Garvin an active member u leader of Christian culture course We feel that God iti in the work I will fill dates at Georetowu October 10 and Zion Hill October 23 D P JONES Nicholasville Ky OVER SIXTY YEARSI IFOR I Mrs Window Soothing Syrup has been used for over 60 years ny millions of mother for their children while teething with perfect success It soothes the child softens the gums allays all pain cures wind colic and i the boat remedy for diarrhoea It willI I immtdlI bottlejU88urt J i Evangelist T P Smiths Oldest Daughter Passes Away This will inform you that after five months sufferiug Allah H V Smith my oldest daughter departed this life ou the morning of October 4th tihfa professed faith in Christ when a child and up to the age of 22 years 9 months and 10 day Sue livtd m the church a failhtul Christian life she told me she wanted me to preacn the word of God but dont tell them 1 professed re ligion on my death bed but tell the world that I professed nope iu Christ when a child 1 htve lot a g od aud fttitafuJ daughter but 1 know that my loss is ncr gain In the belt r country 1 haVe been at home now about tomouths but will etar out to work soon Yours truly T P SMITH Good Spring Tenn In Case of Actdent Accidents will happen Mother stfains her back lifting a aofa Father ip hurt in the shop Cniidren are forever fall ing aud bruising tt emaelver There is no preventing these things but their worst consequence are averted with Perry Davia Painkiller No other remedy approaches it for tbe relief of sore stained muclea There ia but one Painkiller Perry Davis Low Rate Tickets Closely Observed Railroad Officials Milking Every Effort To Stop calplug ol NoiiTransfer abie Transportation to St Louis Paseenger olHcinla are mating every eflort to prevent the uou transferable railroad tickets to the Pair being used by any other than the origin pur chaeer Legislation both federal flfete and city has been Invoked aud tifcourtsI have without an exception held that the sale of a n utraiisferabie ticket such as Iis used for excuisioq trafiic to the Fair IS illegal anti tbe purchaser in many instances liable lor forgeryr lis ae much as these tickethave to be signed in the name of the original pur chaser With the law behind them the steady tight which the passenger men are making against the ticket broker it I believed U bearing fruit At the same ime an enormous umber of cheap ticket are told to persona either passing through St Louis or returning from the Pair In many Instances the conductor does not discover the fraud until the purchaser of tile ticket is far out ontue line from St Louis and the paaaengei is unableto pay his fare In this instance it Is the duty oi L- hconduoorto e put the puiohaaer off tbee train Ass result the passenger offices an flooded wlph complaints made bjy k itIf J ii persons who have suffered this treat 4 ment and who have maae their way lback to St Louis and are unable to get thome The only recourse for them is to prove which was the broker from whom tuev bought the scalp ticket and de maud the return of their money In this case they gut their money back but generally the assistance of the police is rtuulred In an affair of this sort the railroad 1 renders all possible assistance but iu mauyiinatanoes women not informed of tue law providing that brokers shall give a receipt purchase scalped and Jtchanged tickets and unable to pay their 11lnglu order to prevent instances of this many of the dt Louis lines have arr iuged for a ayrtern of ticket inspect tiU before the pereon can get on the train at Union Station In tUb way the fraudulent ticket is often noted and the person saved the discomfort of being put off the train When St Louis is far behind a Many iincidents wherein not only men t but women and children are put off because their ticKets are not valid have J come up since the opening of the Fair ill of such Incident being presented to tbe notice of the Chief of Police and Mayor I 4 On the desk of almost every passen ger official in St Louis can be found large bunches of tickets which have been manipulated by brokers In many instances not only has the date of these tickets been changed but the original destination erased and an other substituted in which way a ticket costing originally f2 or 8 may be 100dItor passage costing 50 or 60 1J1 which uave been manipulated have been detected and the purchaser saved not ouly tue dibcomfort and hmnllation S i or being put off the train but directed as to the best means by which he canrrecover his money The St Louis Republic of July 14 1904cPhelps Hall Bible Training School Connected with the Tuskegee Insti tuted Tuskegee Ala offers exceptional ttoThe chief aims of tbe Bible Train lug Sehool are to give young colored men and women a comprehensive kuowledge of the entire English Bible and to implant into their heart the noble ambition to dedicate their lives t the elevation and Christianization of their people The students are requir ed to do missionary work in the various churches and Sunday School near the Institution and in this way has been vry helpful the neighboring commu I J nitiesThe teaching of the Bible School hi wholy undenominational tbe intention being not to oppose or antagonize any theological work now being done but rather to assist all denominations Phelps Hall the building iu which the school is taught was given by a genereus New ork friend It in a Frame structure three stories aigh con taining a chapel library reading room i I aud the oifioe of the Dean with three recitation rooms beside forty rooms for dormitory purposes Rev Edgar J Penaey is the Dean He is assisted by Rev E PJohnnson and Rev J H Gadsen Rt Rev Geo W Clinton of Charlotte N c and Dr u To Johnson of Phladelpbla Pa deliver a r gular couse of lectures dur the term Rev Moses Jackson of tbe Presbyterian church Chicago delivered a Bpecoial course of lectures during he past term 4 The teaching is free The cost o2 board including furnished room light fuel washing etc is 850 per month Students will be given an opportunity to work out from 150 to 800 of this amount this leaving only 560 to7cO- to be paid in cash In some oases at rangements may be made so that stu dents way work out the whole amount Lank of means need debar none For further Information address S Booker T Washington Principal TuskegeeInstitute I Tukegae Institute Liz il Lifo is exceedingly complei it baa many ingredients Sweet herbs ago matte herbs soothing herbs must b tithed for the mixing Let us aim to make people not onlywise sad goad but comfortable and give them what is oct only wholesome but relishing Let us gaur against omissionorcare less preiormance otthu little nlnl tries while we observe faithfully tile weightier matters lest the matitkfd I mint and anise sad O DmID draw forth the reproving werd TfceM ought ye to have done Julia B JokV j a r don t t = 1 tP 1 i l i t rfj 1f 0fI 11J jr 1 i 7 i Ji7rrj rfii AMERICAN BAPTIST OCTOBER 21 11904 1 AIEIISM BAPTIST t4rAatcaxuo IR79 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY 4- OJItICK 70 PIPTH ST LoorsviLLE KY AW talas Yom In wivancee 125 4X KoxrBaII 75 Tmucx HOIITHS MTOKB COPY FREE ia OM yfe wba seal in a a tKw The IMfft tlftttitlMyN laPf show of wtu- a yy u MQlwbotb aa resetpt and tgYM kIK If prsf edIk 4otbas farts within two oc r wabtMft pajMieat Mtiiy BS AX t- sty M yvMfrty l e f duct fa Pots Ofi s MIMI M ItM tiff 8M7 b M erne or 4elar ttsav rw Thla paper In refvlarly mailed adeflisiteieeriK to 4teontlm e Is received ui tire swbScYiPtia paid full to the time tile enter to ay FRIDAY OCTOBER 21 1904 THE Home Field and a letter from Secretary B D Gray say that the Negro Convention at Aus tin did most heartily endorse the present plan of cooperation be tween that convention and our Home Board Dr Gray says By some mistake the report has been circulated that the Negro Conven tion at Austin refused to endorse the plans of our Home Board fo workamong the Negroes The convention did endorse our plans an workweDr Boyd secretary ol the Negro Board says The Boards action was unanimously endorsed that iis to say the opposition found them selves so hopelessly in the minority that they did not vote at all and and this made it unanimous as far the vote was concerned The mis take seems to have come from the fact that the Negro Convention de cided to endorse the resent are rangement by shelving all possible opposition for a year but the opposition did not materialize The Baptist Argus From the above it is evident that there must be a misunderstanding among our white brethren about the position of the National Baptist Convention upon the question of Cooperation The record will show that when the report of the Home Mission Board was read that all the II report was adopted except that part J referring to the Amended plans of co operation and that was referred to a special committee of six from the Country at large and one from each state Then the resolution offered by Rev E C Morris D D was adopted This resolution with the names of the committee and the action thus far taken is print r in another column Read this and form your own conclusions The inference that the opposition was hopelessly in the minority is a great mistake Some of the ablest and most prominent members of the convention were against the plan and it is very doubtful whether it could have been adopted or not and it is the opinion of many of the leaders that this strong and persistent opposition was the only thingr that induced the advocates of the measure to agree to even a reference of the question to a committee- SLAST week Judge Thos G Jone of the U S Court of Alabama in Hutsville created a sensation by hi charge to the Grand Jury by direct ing them to indict any members of the mob which lynched Horace Mables it after a thorough investi it was evident to the jury that they lynched him because of his color and would not have lynched white man under the same circumstances He also charged that if the mob w asto actuated by race prejudice the lync ing constituted crime against the United States and the offense was S violation of the thirteenth amend I meat He also directed the grand jury to indict the members of the mob for firing the jail in which i United States prisoners were co fined When it is remembered thatit ledge lODes has always been a dem vn- i jo Il I J4 ds u ocrat though appointed by a Repub lican President these utterances are significant and indicate that the spirit of fairness and justice in not dead This iis a new issue but when it is raised by a learned judge there must be a reasonable presumption that it is sound law and will scrutinyLynch point of view and in time some method legal or otherwise will be found to suppress it FOR ten years Rev C L Purce D D has served State University faithfully and well as President and the denomination has decided to observe this in an appropriate way at the anniversary of the University in November The General As sociation approved the recommen dation of the Board of Trustees to that effect at its last session and the Baptist Womens Educational Con movementiQand will give Dr Purce a public reception in honor oi the event Now that the movement has been inaug urated every friend to the Univer sity is asked to assist and make it a notable event Besides the social features it is proposed to raise one thousand dollars for the educational work and all the men who have been honored by the institution all the graduates and former students trustees officers of the General As sociation and B W E Convention members of the Boards churches Sunday Schools B YPUs Uni superintendents aredgenerons offerings to make the movement a perfect suc cess UNLESS all sins fail the employ ment of the white roustabouts in New Orleans in the placeof Col ored roustabouts on account of the colored men striking at intervals will be a failure because the besetting sin of white laborers is to join Unions and strike under the least provocation Besides this the char acter of the work and the treatment accorded roustabouts will hardly be agreeable to the new men and this alone will make the experiment exceedii gly doubtful The change will be watched with interest and ifi f the steamboat companies can succeed in keeping white laborers from striking they will accomplish a difficult task want to be accomodating IWIt persons who send arti des this office will see that they are written on one side of the sheet of paper and written in a hand as our rules require they will go to the waste basket We can not spare the time to rewrite articles our printers cannot spare the time to decipher them fur friends must bear this in mind and be more particular if they expect to see their articles in the paper WE are very much pleased with the reelection of Mr John C Asbury as editor of the Odd Fellows Journal by the B M C at its recent session in Columbus O Bro Asbury has made himself deserved ly popular with the newspaper gang and his reelection in our judg ment will prove a decided advantage to the order His ability as well as his experience will prove decidedly advantageous to the Journal NOTESs Dont forget the Big Meeting at 1 3th and Broadway Church Sun day Oct 30th 3 p m Dr J SILyons of the First Church will speak and the Misses Ashford will sing The Ladies Auxiliary Is ahthe Y M C A on the installation of the new piano Mens Meeting Sunday 330 pm Subject Business Habits S Faitfh says not I see that it is hbtyne sent and so must be good for me It Phillips Brooks 1 I INEWS AND NOTES Rev W R Toliver recently of Helena Ark has been called to the pastorate of the Providence Baptist church Greensboro N C He has met with a cordial reception in his new home Editor C P T White of the Rock Hill Messenger Rock Hill S C has been nominated as the Re publican candidate from the Fifth Congressional District ot the state Rev S M Watts Missionary of 1 the New Liberty Sunday School Convention will conduct a Sunday School Institute at Farristown Ky Saturday and Sunday Oct 29th and 30th The First Baptist church Winchester Ky has tendered pastoral call to Rev R H C Mitchell DD now pastor of the Bethesda Baptist church Chicago It is thought he will return to Ky Colored agents teachers and preachers to write sichandacci dent insurance Liberal policy can earn 7500 to 30000 month ly Experience unnecssary Address Lockbox 515 St Louis Howard S Fee the older of the two surviving sons of the late John G Fee founder of Berea College died in Whittier California on the 1 5th of this month Where the re mains will rest is not yet known The case of John W Pace con victed in the U S District Court at Montgomery Ala for peonage has been granted an appeal to the lintited States Circuit Court of Appeals The fate of seventy cases upon the decision in this case A full itemized report of the re ceipts of the Baptist Womens Ed ucational Convention which was held in Lexington will be printed next week Several contributions have been received since the convention adjourned r When homes are What they ought to be children will grow up to be the right sort of men and wo men If children are trained religiously to have regard for God and all his laws they do not often fall1 into evil lives Journal and Messenger teRev R B Butler A M Mission ary for Eastern Ky is engaged in a series of meetings with the Baptist church at Manchester Ky Rev Wm Delph pastor Mac interest is being manifested and indications point to great meeting t The subcomittee ofthe General Committee on CoOperation appointed at the National Baptist Convention in Austin Tex last month will meet in the First Baptist church St Louis Mo next Thursday morning Oct 37th to be gin the consideration of that question I Charles S L Baker a negro o St Joseph Mo has built a machine that produces enough heat to warm the largest building in St Joseph in the coldest weather without the use of coal or wood The heat is produced by friction Scientific men who have seen the ma chine pronounce it one of the most seennS w Christian Advocate gJames Callahan a millionare phil nthropist of Des Moines Iowa who died last week left in his will 100 000 to Tuskegee Institute 5000 to Wilberforce University 10000 to Ambidexter Institute Springfield IIII 5000 to Home for Aced Colored 1 Folks Des Moines Iowa and 1060 to eachof the colqr churches ai Dos tyoinea g these he hit at Dumber of old V I gifts to charitable and educational enterprises The love of money of distinction of power and place though anti social is nevertheless the chief stimulus which rouses man from andIr he creates civilization and science If all were satisfied with what min isters to their physical needs the race would not have risen above the condition of South Sea Island ers Ambition and greed work greater i evil but without them there would be no great goodEx Get Your People To Read One of the best ways to do real lasting work for the people is to put good literature in their hands and encourage them 10 read Read- ingi produces thoughtfulness thinking incites to action action brings results If the reading be the right I sort the thinking will be righteous I iit the thoughts are right the acts will correspond hence results must be accordingly good Reading people are thinking people think ing people are ruling people And in proportion as people read and thinkand act they must share in ruling and shaping the trend of affairs m society church and state Newell Dwight Hills says rightly 4 So long as people are iignorant governments will oppress them religious machinery will oppress them ItThis will be the experience of our people in the state in social circles and in the church so long as they take not advantage of the opportunities for the culture of mind andsoul A pastor who does not encour i helpinJ oblis gation of the pastor to the state and to society Likewise the pastor who fails in having his people read the journal of their church fails in developing the best type of church membershipthat j which is well informed liberal an loyal to to everv interest of the church to which it belongs The best way to increase a man disposition is to increase his capaci ty to receive A little minded man ii- a is little moneyed man a close fisted man Big hearts and big pocketbooks keep company Broaden a mans vision and you enlarge his heart One must know and see and learn before one will give God knew must saw most loved most and so gave most his only son When our membership learns more of the purpose and spirit off the church when it sees more th necessit for supporting its ariou Chrishand humanity more grid will give more service and substance for the sake of Christ and humanity- S W Christain Advocatei SUNDAY SCHOOL RALLY CINCINNATI We held last Sunday our Annuall Fall Rally and I looked up the attendance at Louisville and found it to be less than 2000 and must confess my surprise at such a small attendance Our Sabbath School attendance here is about 1600 as near as we can get at it The Union Baptist Sunday School has an aver erage attendance of 140 We alI SundaySchool Iy train our school but T missed its name from the list reported in 1last ealc paper We hada grand meeting nearly two thousand as sembled at the roll call I sent out an appeal announcing the time for I the Rally and an interesting program was rendered I wish you would send me one of your reports I send this item of news bepauI you have not heard anything from here or about qur work for a to time we are always anxious that our Louisville friends know we are 1rstill holding up the banner of th Messed lArd Jesus eGeoriN Hayesrjs 0eL fo f r 1t 1 fir t i rt STATE TEACHERS ASSOCIATION The Twentyeighth annual meet ing of the Colored State Teachers Association will be held in Lexing ton beginning 2 p m December 27th and continuing until noon of the 29th The last session of our Association reached the highest point in enthusiastic interest Learned and eloquent addresses a fine display of school work of Louisville and Jeff son County together with elegant social features combined to make a meeting so rare as to give it a per manent place in the memory of all those vaj wire f JCCL1tllt enough to be present The program of the 1904 meeting while only provisionally arranged promises to maintain the high char acter of our former meetings The Lexington teachers under the lead ership of their supervisor Prof G P Russel give assurance that noth inK shall be lacking in the arrange ments to receive and entertain the teachersThe need for better education among our people should arouse and intensify the interest o all our teachers in the forth coming meeting of our Association Teachers who are real leaders are wanted in all parts of the State Men are made by associating wit men personal contact is man greatest boon Find out what other men are thinking and see how they bring things to pass Each teacher in the State ma v assist in making this a powerful meeting by a coming himself b by bringing his neighbor All teachers wishing to receive the Bulletin announcing the plan and features of the meeting shout send addresses to the President F L Williams 1236 Russel1 Ave Cov ingtonKyF Williams President W C Jordan Secretary PNOTES OF INTERESTd Stas weektMrs Laviniv B Sneed of Indian apolis spent last Sunday with friends in the city Rev G W T Russel left for Winchester Ky Monday to assist Rev C P M Bigbee D D in a re VIV alIRev S E Smith D D of Owens boro Ky was in the city this wee whenfe Firest SundaySRev R C Brown D D Edit of the Christian Index Jackson Tenn was in our sanctum a few hours last Friday passing through the city The ordinance of the Lords supper will be administered at the Larrpton and Portland Baptist churches next Sunday afternoon Rev E W Hawthorne D D of Lexington Ky is in the city assist theIRev W CAllen of Franklin Ky was in the city Monday enroute Bardstown Ky to asssst Rev H A Keeton in a revival Miss Annie Dangerfield and Mr Clint Anthony were united in riage Saturday Oct 15th at 6 oclo p m Rev J H Frank D D of ficiating They left immediately for Racine Wis which will be their future home Mr W L1 White Jrot the Georgia Baptist Augusta awas in the city last Tuesday entente to Denv Col He spent thay with us and left for St Louis ihat evening decideds to erect an Arm yon the site from Stragto cost 325ocfIt will contain an scabysonseAnother preacher hasbeen added to the honfe of Rty W A Joagg of Vt Ave clutch faitFriday Both i 1Rev1 many con gratulationsOctober ist and November 1St and 2ndare the d iyfor supple men tal registrati in in this city Voters who were art the regular registration may registerII at the County Clerks office In the Court House on the days named above The public reception at the Citi zens National Hospital last Monday affairTheand from its central location must prove a popular institution There will be both public and private wards and the best attention will be paid tQ all patients Schoollastmorning pictureon it anda beautiful floral offering were presented to Mrs M Dowell its faithful superintendent as a mark appreciationThe t a committee consisting of Mr and Mr3 C C Brown Miss Minnie Doddand TheiYMrresponded 15 PROGRAMh CONCERTCONTESTs Who is the youngladyCome and see how this question FellowsHallOct 24th 1904 when the Womans Aid Society of the Duncan St Christian Church anddThe following program will be rendered Opening Chorus Duncan St Christian Church Choral Society- Instrumental Solo Miss Captbra MarShall t Vocal Solo Mrs M L Mead Address Ups and Downs Miss N H Burroughs Vocal Solo Miss Lula Johnson Reading from Dunbar Mr Jessie Merchant Vocal Solo Mrs B C Jones The feature of the evening wil be a Pose Contest between eleven of the most popular young ladies charminglittle Ykyoungladyol votes will be the recipient of a Free Round Trip Ticket to woods GoldorThe Statues represented will be both Mrdern and Grecian Note the names of the fair con testants of whom you mriy make your choice and cast your vote DaisystNugentScottie Dedman Edmonia Lawrence La vinia Dawson Clara Owens Mrs Dr Brown and the charming little misses who will pose as dancing spirits Winifrede Lang Nettie Galvin and Lula Cross toMrs Bessie C Jones Manager Admission to cts SEASONckGrand out of town excursion Sun day October 23rd Big Four Route To the Indiana Gas Belt Special train leaves 7th St Union Depot at 7 oclock A M Extremely low round trip rates as follows Rush Aner derson 125 Alexandria 125 Marion flee 259 i 50II Genl Aft i otlftn 1u e04uuw + ia 1 + tunhlllMtueseltJ lIIIIw wdsdlr1l-nt 4 nent I uaM 4 ttttfwa A pp = tSdttffa oltMIItwt- p r u i 1 I rr i t riij tWrhIitsl wr N ii 1 1 iIf J 1 rrt- t il f f AMERICA t BAJIIW OC10BFB 91 1904 4It Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind db- curates and lessens ambition beauty vigor tiand cheerfulness soon p disappear when the kidneys are out ol order or diseasedKidney trouble has becom so prevalent f that it is not uncommon i for a child to be born afflicted with weak kid urines ates too often if the tine scalds the flesh or if when tha child aches an age when It should bo uble to ntrol the passage it is yet afflicted with wetting depend upon It the cause of e difficulty Is kidney trouble and the first ep should be towards the treatment of unpleasanttroublecldneys and bladder and not to a habit as supposeWomen men are made mls with kidney and bladder trouble remedyTheofSwampRoot tYIIIIIIcentfree also pamphlet tell nonce of BwaapBoot Ing all about It including many of the thousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer It Co Binghamton N Y be sure and mention this paper Dont make an mistake but lremem bar the name SwjuipRoot Dr Kilmer Swamp Root and tie address Bingbamp tut N Y on every bottle C B CLAY The Tailor Twenty Years before thecitizens of the city and you will find me ready to wait on you and show you Brood line of samples for both La tries and Gentlemen I will cut and make you any kind of Garment you want at YOUR PRICK also will Clean Dye and Repair at a rate less than you can get elsewhere Earnestly Solicit Your Patronage Dont forget Name and Place 921 W BROADW Y Call or send postal card or call HOME PHONE 3460 and I will call personally RESIDENCE 1527 PRENTICE ST- EONSSa W JORDAN M4 w WIi nut t LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Manufacturers of all kinds of Icesalillt SyrupsRFor Prices and Quality Excelled By NoneT- ELEPHONE 3400Y Wm Watson UNDERTAKEREMBALMER N W COil CHESTNUT AND iQthSra Famishes Coffins Cases Shrouds and everything for Funerals Prompt services Reasonable terms DA1 iSFAC LION GUARANTEED JEMSIDELL SCHRADER STONE COMPANY Small Loans and Real Estate Solid torn Watches Jewelry and all kinds of Merchandise Bought and Sold S39 W SHIn St Louisville Kb J I HEIGHBOR8 a The Elite Photographer BUrgtag Buttons and Framing Specialty HOME PHONE 4018 la W Walnut St Loui8VHLs KY Womens Industrial Club 726WWifcwtSil iIsrtlliKf aBoard by the day or week Lodging for ladies only Hot baths at any time Delicious Soda Wttertlce Cream Won caaod girls who are strangers ia the city will find tare environ tEents Sa our dab ragas Home Phone 36 0 f V w I FROM FAIRFIELD KY The inhabitants of our little city feel at a lost this week to know how to content themselves at home after having such a great revival for the past two weeks at the Bap tist church The people of Fairfield and community never experienced such a meeting never were such a I number taken in the church during a revival and never before did such a number of sheep that had strayed from tbe fold come home and we owe it to Rev W A Jones pastor of Parkland Baptist church Louisville Ky who assisted our pastor Rev I H Rhodes for his divine teachings and explanations of God and his goodness It was indeed in spiring to us to hear Rev Jones He is an exponent of practical Christianity and a refreshing de parture from the preacher of pre fuuctory pulpit platitudes that sound hollow to the ear and sicken the heart by their very emptiness Since being pastor ot the Fairfield Baptist church Rev Rhodes has worked with that never ceasing tire and we as well as himself can see the fruits of his labor The meeting closed Sunday Oct 9th with the baptising c f thirty souls Amid all of this the people did not fail to remember the expenses of the church and finally gave 4200 M A Hawkins MONTEREY KY I took charge of the Mt Olive Baptist church April3 rd I found the church much divided and a great work to be done this being my home church I felt the need of divine grace and in Gods name we entered upon the work and we are proud to say the church is much revived and we are getting along nicely both spirituality and financi ally We can say with the Psalm ist Behold how good it is for breth ren to dwel together in union Also the Flat Rock Baptist Churchat Gratz Ky of which I have been pastor since July 17th is doing nicely and every member Seems anx ious to make the work a success We ask the prayers of the great Baptist family that God may crown our efforts withsuccess Yours for Christ James R Riddle ADVANCED ORMAL COURSE INTRODUCED AT TUSKE GEE INSTITUTE An Advanced Normal Course foi teachers of the Common Branches and teachers of Manual Training the Trades and Agriculture will be establishedat 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 ofeducation general and special methods of teaching and school management observation of model teaching and practice teaching in an admirably equipped training school are requir ed Graduates of Tuskegee and persons of 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 i of a specific industry like black smithing or agriculture 2 of man ual training or 3 ot academic ranches Address all correspondence to Principal Booker T Wash ington Tuskegee Ala TF ORIGIN OF THE WEEPING WILLOW The weeping willow tree came to Amenca through the medium of Alexander Pope the poet who plan ted a willow twig on the banks of the Thames at his Twickenham vil la The twig came to him in a box of figs sent from Smyrna by a friend who had lost all in the South Sea Bubble and had gone to that distant land to recoup his fortune Harpers Encyclopaedia of United States history tells the story of the willow arrival in America A iI I Ji 1 is young British officer who came to Boston with the army to crush the rebellion of the American colonies brought with him a twig from Pope now beautiful willow tree intending to plant it in America when he comfortably settle down on lands confiscated from the conquered Americans The young officer disi sappointed in these expectations gave his willow twig wrappen in oil silk to John Parke Custis Mrs Washingtons son who planted it upon his Abingd m estate in Vir ginia It thrived and became the progenitor of all our wiliow trees Exchange TSCHOOL NOTES The Football game between the S U and C H S seems to be the prevailing feature of the season Let us all be out with our colcrs andcheer our favorites on to vic tory The Historical work of Soph A was very interesting yesterday The High School was visited by the Rev Dr W H Sheppard who has been in Congo South Africa fourteen years He gave a very interesting account of his life there The Chapel Exercises on Friday mornings are made doubly interesting by having the Seniors enter tain with papers or orations The Highi School was visited by several membts of the Board this week They saw the crowdod con dition of the school and the pros pects are that in the near future we will have a new and commodi uos building Miss Nannie H Burroughs deliv ered a very instructive address to to the pupils of the Central Even ing School last week The Kindergarten Class at the Calfornia School under Miss Essie Dorth is doing nicely Another teacher is soon to leave the life of single blessedness at the Western School About thirty members of the High 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TIllfcfJlECTTlCnristiaii U 7 1 00 Baptists in History W P Harvey 1aThe Philadelphia Coxfessioa of Yalta It t What BapUlta Beueve sad nIe1 tICc1eBMatthew Estes Coast tartfpieta in 6 vobt do 7 90 Christian Bcleeee Bbrbosed SB 1J5aptlatAavetl Patten tfby u 1 M Ceberlatt Wbrtry MbfAddrtsftftU order to this AmericAs lilt lit T oltiffllM Jr t y- s tr t j 4 T T r PfAtt fictiE rfi r 1 t IffItitt If 0 Jt 1lAIt 1 AHEBICAH BAPTIST WRTOY OCTOBER 21 1904 I SUNDAYS6HOOL LESSON SUNDAY OCTOBER 30 if ELISHA AT DOTHAN 2 Kings 6 823 Motto TextThe angel of the Lord campeth round about them that fear him and dehvereth them It Ps 347 II Then the king of SyriaBen hadad iit the most determined enemy Israel had at this time He is the same king who wrote the I letter to king IJehoram in regard to Naaman Whatever pleasure the restoration to health of his great general gave to Benhadad he felt no gratitude towards Israel for it II Took counsel with his servants It We may be sure Naaman was not among those who made raids upon Israel Benhadad unwilling to lose his great ability no doubt sent him to fight other nations The Syrians planned ambushes and surprises for Israel but Elisha warned Jehoram and thus brought all the plans of the enemy tonaught and making them the surprised ones Several times the well are ranged military plans of Benhadad had only brought him defeat God used a great variety of means to protect his chose people But he always guards his people M one way if not in another The heart of the kingoj Syria was sort troubled Not alone by his defeats but by the treachery of some trusted counsellor Such treachery striking in the dark as it does is always a terror far beyond the the open enemy Thinking the other may know who it is who betrays him he appeals to them II Will ye show me which of us is for the king 01 Israel The case against his privy counsellors seemed conclusive Some one of them must be the guilty one God was not in all his thoughts nor Gods knowledge of his secret thoughts Verse 12 The fame of Elisha had been spread through Syria by the healing of Naamun Either this courtier surmised that a prophet who could heal leprosy would know everything or more probably he had heard from some Israel ite how Elisha had warned IJeho ram It would be well for us to remember how how our most se cret words and thoughts are writ ten in the book of Gods remembrance and must be faced at the great day ot accounts Another lesson here should not be overlooked and that is the great value one good man may be to a nation Ten righteous men would have even Sodom Go and spy where he is that I may send and fetch himBen hadad either hoped to bribe Elisha to use his supernatural power for his benefit as Barak tried to win Balaam or he intended to hold him a prisonerWhile held by Benhadad he could not make known the kings plans to JJehoram Behold he is in DothanThis place still reI tains its old name which means two wells It lies twelve miles north of Samaria and is the place where Joseph was put in the pit by his brethren Elisha lived in Sa maria and was on a visit to Doth an Therefore sent he thither horses and chariots and a great AartBennadad evidently thought it necessary to send a large host as though by numbers he could over come the power of the prophet was a small city and was taken completely by surprise The SyJ riajmunflunded1 it closely in the sight It is probable nothIng l 4 known of the Arrival ol the enemy till the morning light disclosed themAnd when the servants of the rears of God was risen earlyThe successor of the unworthy Gshazt The pattern people are early risers Lctkimc out the servant saW the whch potto was situated A l- ji r jI p l closely invested thy the Syrian forces In alarm he informs the prophet saying Alas my 11- IastrIt was evident from the surrounding of this small city instead of attacking it that the prophet was the object of the Syrian expe ditionFear not for they that be with I its are more titan they that be wi1- 1tthemWe can see the servants look of incredulity as he looks upon the few and alarmed men of the little city and then upon the army of the Syrians Elisha was a kind and tenderhearted man he pitied the natural dismay of his attendant Hence his prayer Lord I pray thee open his eyes that he may see- The eyes of the body cannot see spirits unless miraculously aided But God granted the prayer of his prophet and enabled his servant to see as he could otherwise have seen I only after death had removed the clay from his eyes The Syrian army of God standing guard over his prophet And when we re member the power of those his angels who excel In strength one of whom had slain all all the host of Sennachenb in a single night we see how powerless the Syrians were to injure a hair of Elishas head Angels are ministering spirits who guard the children of God It is not given to us to seem as we go through life but we know they are ever round about us caring for us No evil can touch one of Gods children They that be with us are are more than they that be against us and all things work together for good to them that love God to them that are called according to his purpose- If his children would only be lieve this how much anxiety and worry they would be spared Do your whole duty in the fear of God and trust consequences with him The words of the prophet show that the angel guards were an ordinary thing the only unusual circum stances being the miracle opening the eyes of the young man LA Itm they came down to him Elisha prayed unto the Lord and said Smite this people Ipray thee with blindness The word means confusion They were so blinded that they did not recognize their surroundings but they were able to distinguish the road and follow the prophet And Elisha said unto them This is not the way neither is this the dtyThey were seeking to seize him till the blindness was re moved and they could know which was he and this would not be al lowed thm in this city but in Sama ria There was no untruth in his words He performed his promise accurately and laid them where they could know and see Elisha c But lIe led them to Satriaria The blindness prevented them from knowing where they were going But at Elishas prayer the confus ion was removed from their sight and their minds and they found themselves indeed in the presence 1 of the man whom they sought but also in the strongly fortified Samara surrounded by the armyof the king of Israel iil Jehoram rightly felt that these were Elishas prisoners to be dealt with as he pleased and in pursu ance with his request treated them I homeIy the magnimity displayed and part ly realizing that nothing could be done while Elisha was Syrians ceas ed agaIDstilael tne bands of Syria into the land of Israel f l I- ftJ JltKljrtera anti peace Otrce This body met Monday morning at Green St Church Members presents Revs Gaddie Reynolds Alexander Floyd Bowen Brents McClellan Mack Rhodes Offutt E W and Wm Reed Watson 1 Marrs Riley Perdue Craighead Shtunake Thompson Hill Breck inridge Hammonds Parrish Hall I LewisI Tal ley Ramsey lyF Visitor Revs E W Hawthorn N CaldwellRev m Reed presidedand Revs Rhodes and Marrs conducted devotional servicesREPORTS Green CastleS S 55 collection 45c pastor and Bro Albert Vance preached collection 1700 Scotts StationS C 40 collec tion 27c pastor preached collection 4002Good ShepherdS S 22 collec tion 400 pastor preachedcollec ion 655 I 8cIJ r 1800 Todds PointPastor preached collection 1687 I 98Icollection 885IGreen StS S 76 collection 239 pastor preached collection 23 02 BethelS S7 collection nets pastor preached collection 16 no Howards Chapel S S 15 collection nets pastor and Rev E P Marrs preached collection 5100 Little FlockS S 35 collection 5oc pastor preached collection 500 LamptonS S 140 collection 450 pastor preached one by let ter and two under watchcare col lection 5539 ZionS S 190 collection 3 16 pastor preached one for baptism collection 2707 Park RidgeS S 30 collection 4oc pastor and Rev B G Mc Clellan preached one by relation and one tor baptism collection 4600 JeffersontownSS 23 collection 3oc pastor preached collection 1215AntiochS S 40 collection 6oc pastor and Rev J W Warder preached collection 1200 ForestPastor preached one re stored collection 1006 New HopeS S 43 collection 106 pastor preached collection 350Goose CreekPastor preached two received for baptism collection 66oCorinthS S 15 collection 300 pastor preached collection 660 Elk CreekS Si6 collection 13 cts pastor preached twelve by baptism collection 20 oo N1 StS S 49 collection 115 Rev P H Clark preached two restored and twelve for baptism collection 2106- EmmanuelS S 90 collection 179 pastor preached one by relation collection 250 New TestamentS S 8 collec tion 3oc pastor preached collec tion 250- CalvaryS S 125 collection 225 pastor preached collection 4532Rev W R Richardson read an excellent paper on Home Mission work which was warmly approved by the brethren and by a vote of the Conference Revs E W Hawthorne and No Caldwell were introduced and ad dressed the Conference After transacting some routine business the Conference adjourned with benediction by Rev N Caldwell DBS STONE Phvsician and SurgeI 0OFFICE HODBSo RE8IDKNCE 6U LAURHL STr BesJUr oe 880 to 10 P M 7 to 8 A e 1380 to 980 p M And at 1iput- 880to 780 680 W Green St Up BUus lad mt Red Gross Sanitarian 0J Sixth Street Phone5714 rtONIHrftaraToe iKYl rtrrl + I k uegr ht l dsGoe caward fain m l It Wtarih1 i+H nudAipil Lam binmtthes n netGsLcr 8tire wcuratlveywertrtduawUnknnwsoullwrhUrekmatulnftcIitts fcoutlonersfillsoorerrtL Weak au Itbenmatba KoetoDeMlltysml Ute Jli nMt t1of the Ito li JO neyuld P FfmWtoljfllag oauw I I L frTA rY n a I Ladies Only It Is Women Who Need iviost Relief From Little Irritating and PainsII Dr Mlles AnUPaIn PlUs are for i womenWomans delicate nervous organism tingles to the least jarring Influence and some ache or pain Is the result Tho remedy Is at hand Dr Mlles AntiPain Pills 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