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Digital page images are linked to the text file. or J j1r t rr j 2 iJICI i 0 e iji Iya1 I ta Alt i rJj N IIT S RICAN BAPTIS f j + r VOu Xri ESTABLISHEDII79 NOT AS I WILL I Blindfolded and alone I stand With uukuowa thresholds on each handSTbe darkness deepens aa I grope Afraid to teat afraid to hope i Yet tnli one thing I learn to know Each day more clearly aa I go Thai doors are opined Rays ire made Burden are lifted or are laid sya i me great law uuseen and atlll Uofatnomed pmpose to fulfill Ulet aa J will de Blindfolded and alone I wait l If Lruaa etemjt too blUr pin to late Teti heavy burd na In the load Aid too few helpers on the road Aid joy la weak and grief la string And years and days ao long to long Yet this one thing I earn toknow t Haoh day more surely aa I go Teat 1 am glad the good and In- S chaugeloaa laws ate ordered still a Not ae 1 wll Not at I wllllthe sound growl sweet Each time my lips the words repeat Nut aa 1 wUIItbI darkest feels Mace safe than light when tots thought leaU r Like whispered voice oalm aid bless i Ail unrest and all loneliness j Not as I will It because the One I Who loved us firs aud beat baa gone Before us on the road and still Pur uu mnst all his love falill Nqt as I Rill Mrs Helen Hunt Jaoson BAPTIST WOMENS EDUCA l TIONAL CONVENTION 1 Baptist Church Lexington I IFirt11 Ky October 691904L DELEGATESI Mesdames Mailnda Down Llssle Book Mary Alice lay lor Carrie c Craig Matule Clsuk Faimfe ISaTnnT Sarah JC Buford Judith Oventtreet Nancy Ruin Barah Lively Rsurlette Garrett Mullie Wllllaina M E Steward Barb B Miller Addir Mtltou Rosa M Gnus Moilie brown Aunts Butler aUtheriiio Summers Rosa Williams I pleat DavU Ida Rolliua L A Allen LaorotU Wllsou Anise A Smith L hi Jackson Francis Morton Amelia Hugbb Mary S U Sander Mary K 8ouu burin Wi ittt Llsaie Lllllard BII aa Smiley Amanda Johntou Allle Miirii Mary B ttaydeu Alice Cru ch n as May Blankeusblp Eza Kmery a Mty Kuglitfh Hannah J nutngs Par theuin rinut Hattie W Cralghead i fc Iwu Mediugtir Mary Baukt II MIh Viola Smith Clara Mack Mary H JCBSOU Cairle V leuttu Battle C Harris Ehsa Guest Panule Jawvit Lusts C Criuenden Flint Vltul Davis M C tilaunt r Mary Walker Virgluia Gowens Auale Iaylor xnuioe Harris Maul Cannon Nettle Pervine t4 uui- f Locke r LIF MEMBERS Meadamea Lizzie Bates M V Parrls- 1auuluI iy wno LuoretU Wilson M L Mead Lute Davis Allle Barrail Flur euotJ Wakes MISS N H Burroughs Master H Pan ib Jr Mn Atklus Mcssts Q W Louie Win b- TBiMard Rwa 1C W Hawthoine tR Go C Campbell S P Touug C Parrlau R B ender J K Wuud J B Miller C Smothers C L tutee C C Bates Ww Jobnsou R H C Mitchell E T Otfutt and Dr B F JonesANNUAL MEMBERS firM Iawel Mary Burnslde Settle E Martlu M Dirndl R a Williams a tt M Uder ojU Hattie W ttiunls Auuie afford Agues Wire Mattle I Cauldcr Annie Mabiu Lizzie Johnson Tlbllhft ABUersua Llllie 3 Kdwsrdi rannlu Merry Bettle Martin Mar GiffWt Hello Bluest SallivSiaub Mar era Hudcpeib Xvi Hnile Kuphenla Duper Luoy B Porter Lottie Tiusley Ideal Marshall M J Porter Mary Jaws J R Givtns Maria Steele Judy Ovorstieet Harriet Martin With Stelnum Pbeobe Ellis Mattie Dull Mlfterr Warren O P M tsigbae Liz ate Pius Ellis Guest IL D CpleraneI r Aisle Taylor Matgaret Pauetsoufcet i U Cowan Panuie Wood MatUe pffr graua Martha Harris Caille Moore Uasuah Jennings Dells Price Klla r Irows Waggle Fraauae Harriet Cub II D Carter Violet berbiem Jaae I Saitb Della Dade nary E Brazton f J P H Clark AterlitgI Jenklugs Ira ti I i Rolliat Ida TorpiD Carrie Polk Annie r K WlUoa MMCll1 Chase Vftuule WiUr I x J litmi Pally TwvauM PaDDle Peten ikeoi AsMfica Johnson Lou l r t I ii l Isa Moore Fannie Berry Mayme Polk C nmia Browu Mary Glffort Oliva furnur tH B Butler Ella B Wood Caroline Pnlpps- MlsietBtMle I B Jone Kat6 Franklin Paitle Fry G A Nugent Jeannette L teward Olivia Turn r Annie D Ken uedy Peielope Gant Mary Care WyetU Wllliaiaa DIy Cabell Leha Tajlor IheodocisHjwkiuu Hattie Kel ly Lenora Allen Otha Settler Biza Guest Nettle Pervibd Naunie Wallace Mary Bell Carrie B Doucguy Minule Bennett Nannie Wood Mamie Peters L Birdie Jackson Mary H Jackson 1 Belie MarshaJl little Henrietta Mabiu- Meaaro Ww AndenoL H F Ed mund Jobu Pembertou Albert tf Waite W B Spencer Walter Otfutt 1t a Wnltaktr Jerry Masun K W LJlggB Frank Polk H 1J Uurua A U Hall C M Hauimoudi G AE mp Wit Samuel Duncan E F Scott Geo Campbell Jacob Slaflurd Ww Baley a1 Lowery Andrew Ware C W Dick enun W H Hutchison Jacob Frye Erna Franklin Charley Duncan W B Carter John Blauton J H Rosa W lie Wright J M Bates Knuls Johnson Henry Murray Beverly Wil lie George Chase Edward Tlnsley TL Shlreiey Master W H Craig bead J N King George Craig Revs G W Ward H Nutter H B Webster WJM Pylon A W Harris C PM Bigbee G W T Russell G H Goodloe Andrew Weber U W Hampton J P Adams I Miller H A Kee tou N Lewis CORRECTIONS The following amounts were omitted from the report pubiiabeo last week Societies Flat church Frankfort 9700 Churches Falmouth 100 ceUI 100 601UentrIClt1 NIoholaaTille 150 B Y P U NlGWnasT r 100 Pledges Paid to Mrs L M Jackson Chas Prvlne 25 Mrs Sallie Jamen 100 c Amanda Williams 50 a Patsey Taylor 50 The credit of I00 to First ctmroh- Harrodsbnrg should have been 700 as 0 00 of the amount wU credited to tub life membership of Mrs LuoretU Wilson WOMENS WORN MroL M Jackson will Sit the toe owing appjiutmentit iu ebb Interest o tbe work of the Baptist Women r Edu cational ConveiitUu 8oySulphur 81 uipbellsburg November 1 New LilertyS 2 8ePark RidgeI 4 Warsaw II S Ohentd 7hStuithfleldS 8 Eminence S 9 New Castle 10 11aChiistiansburg 1211 BagdadI 14 Brownsboro u 15 Pewee VlIeyII 16 Parton and Presidents of University Societies are requested to meet our rep resentative upou her arrival make ar ngbmenta for her entertainment and suitable announcement for the meet lug We are making a strong effort t greatly enlarge our fund for the erec tlou of a New Dormitory fur State Uni versify and to make our Convention this year the greatest and bUilt in Its history We need the rapport and eu oouragrtnaeat of every friend lu this movement and trust our hope will oe realized Done by order of the Board of Mans Ran Lizzie CRITTBNDBW Chairman e LUCY FLINT Secretary FOR OVER SIX Y YEARS Mrs WInslow Soothing Syrup hail bun used for over 60 yen ny millions af smothers fIN three cblldrea whir teething with perfect success It aootkes the child softem the gums allays all polo cures wind cello and i the but remedy for diarrhoea It will relieve the poor little sufferer immedi ately old by Drn Kl9ta in every para of tile world Twentyfive cent a battle Be sure and ask for Mrs WUulew othftftg Sjrap11 and take no ether I 1114 i leWOMENS We remained in Winoheter for three done received a telephone message I from Rev H C Baker pastor of Mt Sterling church saying as co au aouncement had beei made for us on Sunday it would be better to defer our visit On Wednesday we leered the fleet Baptist church Wincuester pastor being absent Rev H D Colerane kind Ily oousented tj lead devotional after which we were Introduced by aim to a fa lQful fdw and presented our claims a collection of 156 was given us and siis soliciting cards distributed We were pleasantly entertained during our entire tray at the home of Dr and Mrs C P M Bigbee Left Thursday morn ing for Lexington to fill appc ntw n t at Liberty church Rev Hollaway pastor Stopped at the inviting home of Dr and Mrs E W Hawthorne was accompanied to ohurcn by Mrs Ferrell Pwrriih but upon reaching there found that the church had out been opened owing to a misunderstanding as to the night Nloholaaville was the next point vis ited took bus at the etatlou and drove to pastor Gains residence finding no o le at home we were driven to the comfortable home of dear sister Hard et Martin whare wu were received with open arms and our stay wade indeed pleasant Rev O C Golni the pastor called to inform us that owing to previous annoucement for church meeting for that night no announcement had been made for our coming hence no ap pointment We asked permission of hm to visit the church meeting since we were a Biptlat also and in good and regular standing this rt quest was grant ed accordingly we were on time Af ter uauil order of husineia we were Introduced and made an appeal for our work A collection of 125 was given- su Rev W J M Price of Mayaviile Kiyiug 50 cent of that amount Bro Napoleon Price 25 cents sister Martin made and encouragiug talk We missed our dear sister Going so much from the melting but to know that she was away on a much needed vaoa tionl8ft for her to distribute five solic Itiug cards gave out five to others who were present Dauvllle was our next point found Dr e11 Joee the popu lar physian und Sunday School super intendent of that thriving city com fortably seated In his haudnouie new buggy we were driven behind his taRt steed to their beautiful aud ever invi ting home where doer Mir Junes and each of the children bid us welcome Our stay was made most agreeable for several nays On Sunday morning we visited Filet Baptist church Sundry School was warmly received taught a bright aloes of kites just budding auto womannood was iutiodnced to the retoieved a collection of 200 remained to 11 oclock service and Ilisted to an elo quest sermon by Rev J E Wood the ueloyed pastor who after the conclusion of the morning service intro duced us in a most pleasing manner When we had finished our plea the orngregatlon responded with a ccileo slop of 600 Bro James Reed Dr B F Joust rioters Fannie Wood Marie B Hhieldk Settle Reed Peaohie Belle Maker donatrd 26 cents each of ibis amount Attended 8 oulock eervicts held by he Missionary Society 10r raise money to assist in the defense of Mrs Mary Thompson Lebanon June turn was introduced A collection of 1180 was raised which woe indeedWe graud showing for a worthy bad hoped to speak at tight to tne New Mission congregation Rev Wallace Fisher pastor but upou learning there had been a previous Ipolutmt lit fur another niinsionary WQ 0our visit end egoist attended servicis at Firt Baptist cuurch On Monday eveuiug we drove to Atoka per appolutmtnt took supper with Rev Adams and family where we always receive a cordial welcome ear ry holdover to find dear sister Adams away We were at church ou tiw where a large aud appreciative audi ence had assembled to bear us spar of our work Rev Adams in his usnul1 earnest maunei lmpre slvey conduct ed devollouals and th i Introduced us We found the sock ullll motive an prap ring to report at he convention A collection of I 0 was given Utlttt o following namtd persons cents each brethren N Lewir R Walker Joseph Grant Clarence Walk er Jeasb Harris Roy J P Adams sisters Mary Walker Jane Grant Mary Kogers Battle Ru era Ibft seven cards to be filled Returned to Danville af tar dlsmlsslou On Tuesday afternoon we were treated to a delightful drive over tho city through the kindness of ana in company with Mine Dr Jon B aDd their three charming little glrLs called to sir Mesdames Obilda Wood Wallace Thomas and Summers return 1 fIJ11 rf i mjr if = 70lWr g for lunch we drove hurriedly to Hurrodsburg a distance of 10 miles to till appointment viz massmeetiuK nt Centennial church Arriving at 8 lp m wo cued a large cougreguti had as sjmbled the M S D Conference was in session oleo Executive Board meet ing of South D stuci Association Lance a number f luiuiHters wore uu hand Rev U V Liiliard and his member veHlugIlIervlce ourIcl aims Revs Lilliard Chandler aud Taylor coiUuot d deviLiiualexercise after widen we were introduced iu a happy moaner by paatot Lillard era we had finUued our appeal u collect on of 800 was given us the loiJowiug uamea pemous coutrbuting 25 cents each Revs U W Lihaid G S Gojdioe Geo W L Chauuler Bro M tfuuu taiu sidteib Eiluu Brawn Katie Eaatiu Ellen Brown Lizz a Llliaiu live soiic itlag cards wire icit nu the prcaiueut Mrs Ellen au tt also woe uiibrtu to be sold Keorgonized the University HO oiety with the foliowiugoflioert sisters Mary Ellen Scott and AL ie McCowati presideutBjMiiruie Hawkins aud Maria Fisher tttcietaries Georgia Fisher treasurer tiallle Turner Jane Tiltord sort Emma McCo au members of the board of mauagers Ref reahm uts were served us attar disTuisiiou and alt repaired to the lecture room where many delicacies were served Rtv Lillard deserves special mentlo for tzuelient service he baa rendtred th- entennialC Baptist church with his faithful wife at hit side and an excel lent number 01 numbers but beaeak a bright future hero e him we returned again to Danville otter disuiissiou- Tuese twu trips vi Aioka and Har rodsburg where we had the two most successful meetings receipts trots which netted 700 clear We owe sptcial thanks 10 Dr Rod Mrs U F Jones who kiudly ocuBeuttd to give us those two trips to aid ua in our work O lug to the fact that Rev Guodto- the genial pastor could uotleaveth Executive Board mteting to be pieeeut with us at uia church at Peiryvill we were asked to safer our visit and three fore deckled to vibit Mt Pleasant Dis trial Association which cun veiled a Bethsaida Left Daimlle lor Lexing ton at 6 a W Weduesday traChftt foaudJhowevere whom ive met at iwe pot office that th wagon which conveyed messengers from irsiue to inthaada distance o four wiles away hud guile what te u we acAicely know We went over Bro Duuud iuriiiture aioie Lu inquire 11 the wagon woulu return to men b jiftHinoou trMii ue informod us i would uot Foi tuuattjy Ruv tsua was thorn and kindly uoustututl to as alsi us m hiring a conveyance au he Lt self desired to attend Oeacob Dui bccuriug for us the veuicie and give- wa were boou ou our way Reached l rue church alter disuiiss uu of moruiug Beasiou Pttbtor Taibert who HO arosey cared for the uelegaten gave us a ulu dtoppiug preen user the church We remained lU atteuauuce until Saturda moruiUK Revs T H Broaddus and I Miller were reeleoteu at ruodeiatore iu fact all of the ola olllcfcra were reelected A great time wan ruiy had iu Betbsai dti the meeting wait a deoi jgd auecebs oath spiritually aud duancUlly larg crowds from Lexington aud the sur rouudiug con cry Wbti iu aud a spiritual feast was eujoyed b I alt On Friday at 3 p w we war i in troduced by Dr Bro mud to tue Aar oiatiou aid wade au appeal for our work We talked at length upon to plant of our Boatd to erect a much needed New Donniory for girls upon cur s wedfriends respond ed by giving 100 to be added to utt building fuud beiOw see names of con tributur Rave J Fisher J t Miller C Smolders R Bcutter J lolb r 1 Sayer E Y tea T U boaddub M Young li Ewbry D C France H C Boxer J H Mattuew RL lhnmeoe RobeskClarke TimeBriftUt Ned Strong Stepp Coun D Massy H Faulkner L rlardia H Hyson John Sallow JOt andIrvlu d Rhoda Young Our uuxc point dontinuee to pray while we labor aLM JACKSON Wecome as Sunshine t aftar a long steam Is a feeling of relief when an obstinate pitiless cold hat been driven a ay by Allens Lung Bal1 sam Oaly popple who have been cured of throatache and acre lungs by tbla remedy can quite realize what the feel- Ing 1 in There Is no opium in Balsam Il4 good effect is rhdlcal and lasting Take bottle home today t i JS Li ol t SUNDAY SCHOOL DONTS Paper road at the Cans ltdated Sunday School Convention at Mayevi lie Ky Mia Lula A Brown of Versailles Ky The great system of S S manage moat id tolled with date In fact ev cry dj is accompanied with a doa l They ate twin latent Iud cu exist in sucu away aa to be inseparable One of tue great luciiv ioats that odea and too frequently mauifeta Itself is the desire on the put of some S 8 to become separate aud distiuut bodies from the church This is a very qes truutivc idea aud sbould uot be eucour aged For the churcu Iud H S are one heir interest are one aud neither can prohperously exist without the other Out other very injurious dont id the selection of oflicrs to manage the affair ot the n S uo persou sbould be elected or has a iy right to b selected to tit ue otHcts unleis he IH a studious I ladyOne ure lit auv times for the good of tte Sun- dayI School the I UBeImault3 I IAtve all ilont select a Suptwho Is nut anHirou hide Baptit by both principle and seSupt who Iib not a good Baptist and ubristian out of the Sm day School as he or she is in Pare sun hap any right to be accorded h 1Haarany day School who is not as well qualifi ed to teach iiom a studious moral adChristian standpoint as the Supenu teudeut ia to pienido over affairs inlgeneral When I was studious 1 meantbiblcally studious jI Schoollorpraylrtullya lessoneyou mtght do the cause of CirlHt harm by trying to do it Kud by no doing Dour fall 10 encourieH your young people by giving them an put tuner p officestDont fall to be a missionary as you Iuvitiugg your friends to Sunday School aces aiouallyDont pastoreand officers about th particulars and needs of the duuday School in general fI atewithwwhich we are acquainted In Sunday School but 1 sballlOt soethtthehhobby ot dont but try to du what totmSchool with areuideiitidea Budour crownred with better result Our reward iin heaven with a number of start in our crown inek try to impress time little word udnnto auYthese faithful workers d blot time hi tie word dont out rf our Sunday School when we find it detrl t1ibl DONTfl MISS MARY if SMALLEY departemeut for reigiou training aud aa u tis hhlSlJ wet are merely layiug the fouudatiou upo which the buildings of noble men aud Siucuthe yonuK are the future church thtj ofreligioneM training There is no department of any more importance than the Sands School so it is vary necessary to secure aud maintain a good on aorilirg ions and incompetent persona as S perinidnilent as the success of any or tht preaidiuK officer Dont fail to be punctual to me tout tussling Dou t wadTe Christiana for the actions of the teach thtwnrus Dixlt require more of the pu pier than the officers For the eat ocil is in the band of the officers and their liar Its success or forlorn Dont fail to cheerfihul aud pleabttut your Ind dependency from the church aa th Sunday cbool iis an auxiliary of the uhurch Dont m gleet the support of the mission bout Iowa and foreign fir we that have the light must aud it to others Dont rail to represent at any body ot which you are a punt tail to encourage regular attend caUaeI15 t neglect the introduction of uew plans for is a constant ouanKe Dont to eratc alnfui habits especially among the officer Dont nbgltCtthe grading of Lie Sunday School IM it will li lii uitI iliiiiiI Ji r 4 make the pupils more studious Dont fail to have teachdia meeting rue it will uYev ut the teach rs from appearing before their classes unpre pared Dont neglect the support ct me educational work for In connect ton with re igiouB training we als o uled the cultivation of the moral tarsi lactuai aud puyaical powers Let ua SundaySchooli our power to nave a model Suuday Sthculi+ Doing the Right Thing TAe trouole begin with a tickling in the throat and a nagging little cough doruness iu the chest follows and the patient wo jdern if he ia going to have an all muter cold Probably if be does the wrou lUlu or nothing Cer tiujs uot if be uatd Parry Davis Pain kilKir tile slauch old remedy that cures t u cold in 24 hours Tuere but one Painkiller P try Davie- UNIVERSITY NOTES S U Rub rah rab rib S U Ran rah rah rah Hurrah I Hurrah State University rah rah rah s xox BuperinIp 1r night His theme was Christian BapItram He nu de it so plain that no one- couldwiBunderstand him The High School picked team and our team play ed a g me of foot ball llast Friday Six to nothing in favir of he University Our team will play with tbe team from the Medical College this after noun Dr Kennedy called to see us last 11 WodkRev W H CraiRhead was a pleasant IRev tla wcrk voteIr The November Rally 18 expected to bus a a grand success We want our friends to help raise one thousand dollars November 25th Mrs Hteinmetz training school seems to be improving continually Her lect urea ou Tuesday mornings are gems of thought und interest The audience on Friday and Sunday evenings continue to increase All are weicoiuu to the exercises without mou ey and without price- Examinations for October are over all usual awe wear up Iud some went down The young ladles attended Antioch m church Sunday Rev G bo Watson paettr Rev and Mrs Warren paid us a pleasant visit- Mesdames Mary Young aud Sallie fUnmsuu ut Georgetown Ky paid us Ia pl asani visit tiny were much pleased at the success of the school ard especially iheGeorgetown boys Already several friends have sent in t ofnPrealden Puree lute and the regular November iearly will be combined Let au iriends prepare fur the Nov Dl bar Rally Resolutions Wnereaa Death has evidenced his pieseuoe yet among mortals and has F borne trout our midst our friend and urotuer Tuoa Uuucau the brotuerin w fi ulaw at Yeast Rotten Brown one of Clurtfaculty Be u Resolved That we the students ad faculty ol State Uuiveraity recog nize the will of God aocpinpilahed bow Lutrtuntoitheartilye a with the surviving members of tbe torah in iliu hour of eau bereave meat aud couitntmi them te the care and blessluglf u the Almighty trusting sunJ my be su tam d by tue hope of entrauoe nio loaf laud of peace where erue wicked cease from troubling and r t 0rue we iy are ac rest Resolved further That a copy of 4 these resoluuoUH be Bout the family and tBaptidtRespectfully t raMm M L steward lie A Hampton Ii D L Burns Committee t lDLL r I l AUo1ra8rc1iaD4 1Ielno11Iao1iIft re 1 It a T trP t i i I J i ii p ffi tP 1101 tII k 4 EiTiiBl BAPTIST rRSTABLI8HKD IS9 Itt PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY OFFICE t 710 PIn ST LoursviLLE KY i- I 3IIB = 125t75wt VHRBB MONTf3sssl0 5QTONB COPY FREB8 JN Jeer N ts1 ooe who will seal i bs asu a f rbe dMO M eM total eI lOG paper shows to what it e rphsvs pliL it rates both nreceipt sad gont tot Mtmc 1 propel udb baa DOt beta ties witbiu two Of- J At10 17 UIpa d a ehoge m Post OlD G- IJdr ss 1s tbttMrt ay b 0 rrr or delr- Meety w of psp- strr =U piper la regularly milerl 1 + it mb criberH until ttdeiiut I order isdlnconifnue IB rectllvtC1i tod the subscription prtid i11 lull to the time the order in jtvea FRIDAY NOVEMBER 4 1904 IN the N tional Baptist Union of last week Rev RH Boyd DD Cor Sec of the National Baptist l Puplishing Hoard has considerable to say about the action of the National Baptist Convention relative to the plan of Coopeiation with the Southern Baptist Convention In reviewing the action of the Con vention on that subject he fails to include perhaps the most important motion and that one was the mo I tion to adopt all the report of tilt Home Mission Board except that pertaining to the plan ol cooperation l which was referred to this special committee mentioned The 11 ifresolutions of Dr Morris and Dr Griggs followed this motion and is no more the sense of the Convetion than was the first motion This pa per has aimtd to report without prejudice the action of the Conven i lion upon this question and it will cheerilyl correctany errorsit has made in this particular The becrc r taiy of the Convention is very convenient to Dr Boyd and he can readily ascertain from the journal whether our version is correct not If the good Ducter will kindly hold us responsible fur what we say we will not complain but we do not feel willing to accept responsi I I IbilitYfor what others are saying or doing We have our views about the plan of cooperation but when the National Convention adopts its policy finally we have no hesitancy trcl ble with us with the exception that we reserve the Baptist right to j share our own opinions upon this question as we do upon any other question in which our denomination is concerned THEKE may be some good reaso- II advanced fur the issuing off Bon ds for the purpose ol building new sewers and reconstructing sow1 tstreets but the manner in which the question has been submitted raises a reasonable doubt as to its propriety and necessity Why ha not ittt question been submitted tto the people long ago Why wait until within a few weeks of the eletion ris questioqThereInot ample a e lIdi It afair discussion of the question anu l a thorough understanding me w details and its appiovall under the C circumstances would be dangeruu Besides this the present adminislra tion only has a little over out year to exist and it would be unwise to allow it to make contracts that it would hardly and possibly nut begin ttandallow another administration to finish Under these conditions the t Bond issue should not be approved notigo ruin while the people are consider tpottantce end magnitude de the address x Chars es j jtV Fairbanks f y last Sa l urday and tha etary of Treasury Leslie M Tuesday evening has don toward e arousing politicai eiftBga8m and will insure a full Vote upjin the part of Rc ns in thttl state This i is not alone a political contest but it has been waged upon such high ground as to make it a moral and patriotic issue with coloredmen i and the cannot vote for Parker or the party he represents without sacrificing manhood and honor Next Tuesday should find eveiy vote lined up with the party that be lieves in manhood and suffrage rights and is willing to be placed upon record as favoring these fun s damental principles Every vote counts and nothing should be taken fir granted out every voter should consider it his first duty next rues day mjrnint to vote for Rooeveit dud Fairbanks and let other matters take care olt themselves l indictments were returnedf fNo the iStatesborot against lynchers at t thte mihiia who permitted the lynching I pUnishedII by dismissal from the service Thott Ijury which investigated tile affair reportedWe deplore the recent lawlessness iriour city and community es pecially referred to by his honor a Hon Judge A F Daley in his able charge We have investigated the l matter in the light of information coming under our personal knows edge and obtained b examination otf a number of witnesses but we a have been unable to find sufficient evidence to warrant indictment JJudge Daley said in discharging tne jury tthat he did not see why in dictrnents were not returned andI spoke in such a manner as to indi cate disappointment and diapprov al at the failure to indict the rioters i FOR some time the question off representation upon juries has been i agitated in this city among our peo I pie and the question has been dis cussed and decided favorably alit i t ujfavorably But after all the move inent has 1 teen partially successful 1 ll and this month a reputable coldredd business man is serving on the Grand Jury in the Circuit Court There iis nf hint especially immir I tant in this for many colored men I have in former years served tn jurie orin this com userre has been an evident and perhaps deliberate purpose somewhere tp prevent this and as a consequence no colored men have been selected for jury service Now that a change has been made again the effect wit be watched with deep interest P The Biblical Recorder of Raleigll N Cone off the best religions pa pers published in the youth did the race an i denomination great ser vice when it published in full the report of the committee on the Stat of the Country submitted at the recent session of the National Bapti ThnRecorder states that the address i rspf ctful ant vigorous even inter readineof the address by white friends who read the Recorder will do much good in giving them a better under questionS TIlE fartf thit the Grand Jury olt the U fv District for Northern Ala under Ithe instructions of Judge lopes indicted members cf the mob ufcich lynched Horace Maples at Ilunisville indicates that there is a growing sentiment that something must be done to breakup the reigni of violence and lawlessness Iff msrnbeis IfI mob can be indicted1 in Alabama under the U S laws they may be indicted in any other state and no wherdo violators off the law like to falf into the hands of the United States government Gov J K Vardaman refuses to allow the United Brothers of Friendship and the M stfrious Ten to be chartered in Mississippi These are old organizations but the governor does not believe the Negro should1 t be a member of secret socletips He propose to disiplinize the Negro ot his State There are no Ncgraes iin the State who would follow the the governor or take his advice In an thingChristmas Index NEWS AND NOTES I The President has issued a proc lamation naming Thursday Nov 241 h as Thanksgiving j j Prol J M Codwell has retired as Business Manager of the Western i Star Huston Tex and Kev F L Lights teas assumed control ol the paper IIThe Pennsylvania Baptist Con vention at its recent session in Phil adelphia decided to establish an ini slitution for theological and industrial training at Downington Pa Success in the practical affairs off life depends upon temp nuent more than upon talent for decision cour age industry and perseverance arc tempennental Colored agents teachers and preachers to write sick and acct dent insurance Liberal policy rtnljarn 7500 to 30000 month ly Experience unnecssary Address Lock box 515 St Louis J The adjustment of the attack of the Russian Baltic fleet upon the English fishing fleet in the North sea has been left to a Board of Ar bitration The Election Commissioners off Marion County Indiana refused to allow the name of Gen L Knox go on the official ballot as an Inch pendent candidate for Congress on account of irreguarties in the peti tion filed with the commissioners If you are personally interestedj in Oklahoma the Black mans c naan the farmers paradise andj the colored farmers best and lastt chanre write to me and I will gladly give you any desired information Address Dr HW Conrad Drake Building Guthrie Oklahcma The Baptist Record comes to our sanctum this week from Richmond Va edited by Revl D Lev s D D It is entirely home print as iit should be and is a bright and tea able Jjc urnal both mechanically and editorially While no is made to that effect it seems to b taking the place of the Virginia Baptist recently suspended The Court of sessions at ter S C adjourned in respect to the memory of the late Bishop I C Clinton ot the AME Z church IeIministry dates back lifiy yedrs and who preached tyhe a slave The motion was made by Stthe oldest member of the I ancst cbar and tributes were paid by other members and by JJudge Watts who was presiding Miss Huzel Harrison a brightt yc ting colored women of Lajoite Ind who recently appeared in con cert with the celbtattd Ptinarmo nic Oichestra of Berlin is ihe first member of her n c to appear on the exclusive German concert stage Siie is a pianist of eminent chili and is earning a fine reputation as a m uSlcial It is probanle that the White Baptist Convention of phiaid the American Bt ptistf Home Missionj Society will cooperate with I he Colored Baptist CoiivenioH of Oi iio in Mission work among the coloredi pet tpie of that state Such a plan was submitted at the Akron meetv ii g and a committee was appointed with power to act There are or ought ti be laws in every State equal to the swift and stern punishment jf every criminal1 white or black The political leader who suggests or advises tbe settgbg IaldeI of law for lawlessness to punish crime is An incendiary d an anarchist It iis he and such like who lynchinYg so deplorably common pcitexs to 1- r v J lynching are as guilty as lynchers themselves Lcuisville Herald JI The Baptists in Kentucky will celebrate the i th anniversary of1I slatelUnivtrsity raise one thousand dollars The l i I greatIpeople end helive in celebrating with dollars Dr Purce has d me a must acceptable work during these ten years The 8 C Stand ard Rev R B Butler A M Mission ary foi Eastern Ky on last Sunday night closed a two weeks meeting ManchesterfClay Co During the meeting 15 professed hope in Christ Bro Butler opened another series of meeting with the church at Junc tin City Much interest is being taken in the services and indica tions point to a most successful meeting State B Y r U Work f State organizer D P Jones Jr of Nicholasville at Midway Oct l 29th to 3 est On t hN 3oth met and addressed Sunday School and a special collection cfiDQ1 was tak en up for the work The day was lyfOrganizer Prt iched at ri a mr Rev L Rlanron at 3 p m The Schools Debt 1200 At 6 p m he met th i Unin it is in good con dition with a IUrg attendance H Craig pre Rev E Boardac tive member A special collection f 103 was taken up and an order issued on the treasi ry for i 50 oraganizer preached the collection of the schoolI lor the day amounted to 3825 The trustees asked fo 50 Prof I E Bean has charge of the school he and tha trustees gave 100 each to our work We stopped with Mr and Mrs Dupee whr has a vry pleasant home and was well cared for whilewith them We pay Gods blessings upon the people ofIIMidway followd ing dates 3ttqeBensonR9B 1agdad4 ChristianburgII 1516 Pleasurevtlle 17 18 Ig2ISLa Grcl eea 22 23 Pewee ValleyU 24 25 2G27aLouivillU 29 BoardnD P Jones Jr rarlizererSHELBYVILLE KY Ve are having an interesting meet here I have been preaching for two weeks up to Sunday night We have six for baptism and sever al anxious persons The church iis being greatly revived great crowds come each night and the interest iis BreaYmeeting Sunday a week ago for men only and last Sunday for women and girls Friday for children and Sunday morning for old peo pie Iask the prayers of all the readers of the Americrn Baptist Yours as ever H M Jones 41 IMPORTANT NOTICE The Ministers ands Deacons Meeti e of the iraen lave r Valle AsVomion will meet with the Bap tl04 t ohurch at Mjiieiiry Mius on Tbirsdaj before the fourth Lord Diy m November 1904 We hop to uive a good attendance Rev B Orudrf is getting reary to take care oi all thtttmty come and he I wishes the brethren to come fro all over the state We expect to have a good meeting t Ww c Uffutt Mod G WrowpClerk 7 r I r IifNOTES RLO OFLOCAL INTEREST1iH Rev L D Best of Washington City is in the city tor a short stay with friends The ordinance of the Lords sup per will be administered the Em manuel and Little Flock churches next Sunday alternoon The Interdenominational Minis ters Union will meet at Center St churchnext Monday morning Mr and Mrs H P Slaughter of Washington city are the guests of Mr and Mrs J B Simms No 1102 W Walnut St Rev B P Jones State Organizer of the B1 PUwas in the city this weekMr Charles L Boiling of Wash ington D C is in the city this week visiting friends and relatives Calvary church is undergoing ex tensive repairs and hopes to be opened the last Sunday in this monthOn the gridiron at 230 oclock Louisville National Medical College Vs State University at Eclipse Ball Park Seventh and Ky streets admission 25 and 15 cents A grand concert will be given at Knox Presbyterian church Tuesday night Ncv 15 1904 under direction of Mrs Savilla E Briggs Mr D L Knight is serving on the Grand Jury of the Circuit Court for the November term Remember to vote for Rcosevelt and Fairbanks and W C Owens next Tuesday and vote No on the proposition to issue Bonds The Ladies Sewing circle are arranging for its annual Thanksgiving entertainment at Odd Fellows Hall orphansrThey invite their friends to take dinner with them and the usual lib eral patronage SiH ir- Mr James Mason and Miss Lizzie Warren were marriageIThursday evening Oct 2th at No 1503 W Broadway and Mr Frank Thomas and Miss Mary E Ray at No 81 I W Walnut St Saturday afternoon Oct 29th at 4 oclock p m Rev W ii Craighead officiated A Bazaar will be given at the Congregational church Wednesday Thursday and Friday evenings Nov i6th lathan118th An interest ing programme has been arranged for each evening and a liberal pa tronage is requested Admission io centsThe 7th anniversary of the pas torate ot l+ ev J H Frank D D will be observed at the Filth St church next Sunday At 2 oclock the qrdinati jn of Bro A H Web to the ministry and several deacons will take place and at 3 oclock the ordinance of the Lords supper will be administered Members and fiiends are invited to attend the services The Chapel Rally fur the St James Old Folks Home will be held at Zion Baptist church Sunday Nov 6th at 3 p m all persons holding solicitingcards are kindly request ed to be present at the time specified and the public generally iis earnestly and cordially invited to attend this meeting as matters of much interest is to be brought be fore the public for the first time Come Mrs W H Shepherd the wife o Rev W H Shepherd the noted Missionary of theJSouthern Presbyterian church in Central1 Africa spoke and sang at the Knox Pres byterian church last Sunday night congregattoYf n and friends Would that every Negro in Louisville could hear both the trialss theDark Continent Mrs Shepherd iis not only a most interesting speaker but has one ot the sweetest Voices countrymNext Sunday is Anniversary Sun day at the Fittest Baptist Church and pastor Frank is announcing the samein his annual Anniversary let t tt ter to the members both at home md abroad His letter speaks of the revival m etin s u bigin that layof the Lords Supper to be ad ministered m the afternoon and requests ffrom each rn tuber the usual I Iifttotr andforeilobeing perfected for the utdinat ttooof pastor A H Weber off th feShepherd Baptist Church anda number of deacons oi the Fifth St Church for whih purpose city churches are to be requested to send their pastors Members of said church out of thecaetby the pastor to have their offerings ffor Anniversary Sunday and letters of correspondance in his hand in time for announcement r ANNOUNCEMENT r Please allow me to announce havebeengeneralagent of a very reliable publishing house and any one wishing te earn a good salary by selling its literature may call to see me at 2609 Bank St rear or write and I will call and explain the terms offered agentsThe Y presentedbE W Reed GenI Agt Louisville Ky Y M C A NOTES A splendid meeting was held at 13thand Broadway church last SundayLook OUt for o great meeting at Odd Fellows Hall 7TheEverybody Be sure to attend the Piano Social and Prize contest at the YMCA Monday evening Nov 14 Prizes will be given to the most handsome man most homely man most pop ular man fastest man andslowest att L ie xpectct I IN E r All Sunday Schools composing the Consolidated Baptist Educate tional Sunday School Convention t your Board met in their first Quarttterly Executive Meeting and each schoolcomposing the above named convention who were to give for support of Scholarship three cents per member annually and send one third quarterly to Miss Lula A Brown Treasurer Versailles Ky andshe will receipt you for the amount received Now to the pas tors and superintendents we have been a little slow and must give this matter our consideration as the money is much need dend the balance of the first quarter and all of the second as you was notifi 1 ed by letter more tnan a month ago I am yours in Christ H Nutter ChairmantParis Ky r ADVANCED NORMALCOURSE- INTRODUCE r ATTUSKE GEE INSTITUTE An Advanced Normal Course fht teachers of the Common Branches and teachers of Manual Training the Trades and Agriculture will be established the Tuskegee Insti tute September 13 1904 the next school term The course in ciudes a review of all the element arY studies the elements of psy l chology the history of education general and special methods of teaching and school management observation of model teaching andispractice teaching in an adrrirably fequipped training school are repair 1 ed Graduates of Tuskeg e arid persons of equivalent education art admitted Without examination r Persons of nie experience in teaching are accorded speciikid heredetails be sure to specifJB Kher You wish training for a t tar r of a specific industry like black smithing or agriculture 2 of man ual training or 3 ot tlicademict i- raocher Address all correspond J sacs to Principal Booker T Wash to ont Tuskegee Ala TO MVIUM4fIJC3 DBrAMIIMIMQBBOi M 0 j I AAMiIIf l1l I uP 1i JIiwQ LL J j t j1 a JJ1pu lti tr 1 i 1 V L- iII AMEBICAH BPTI6T FCVIBIIE 41904 w ojJ t r r 0- n In 3150- and I blad c uiowledge so Kilmers Swamp+ k3fromedy fulfills evrry eantit n pm In the t1hl1Cdl and every part llyll passingtowine or beer a tdwerctns that unpleasant necessity of tJett co ipclicd to go often during 1the day and to pet up many times during the nigh Te mild arld the extra ordinary effect of Swamp Koot is soon realized It stands he h ghest for its won itj casesUI Oast Sold by drugts i115 = ardl1 sizes you miry have a simple boile cf thb wonaeriul discovery r I y rand a book that tests l f 1y- aare about It bvtl selt C 1 I q bsoutely free ty rbal 1 pnootCot lift rwdUjgthjg ncroiL ofer in this paper Dont niitce anv mistake hut icemem Ocr the pHuie Sw tupRoot Dr Kilmer r Swamp Root anil t je address Binghamp I ma N Y on every bottle I C B CLAY The Tailor iITw uly Year ibefore thioitiens of the city and you Will find me ready tu wait on you ami show you a food lint of samples fur both La die mid Gentlemen I will cut aura make you any kind of Garment you want at votR PRICE also will ClcMii Dye aura Repair at a rate t Ilew than you rail net elsewhere iEarnest PatronageY Dont forget Name and Place 921 W BROADW Y Call or Mftid postal cud or cull HOMI IIIONK 3460 aud I will call personally RKSIDKNCK 527 PKENTICK ST S w JORDA i H4W Wi nut I LOUISVILLE ac lUCKY I ah4Icesc 1 i I IFajI Excellent Soda with Fruit Syrups For Prices and Quality Excelled By None- TCLEPHONE3406Y tWill WatSOIl UriDEHTAKFREBAUSB N W CUR CiiKbTMin ANI lOth Si 3 i but dishes Coffins Cases Shroudt i antI everything for Funerals I I tI1 8VHSFACOON GUARANTEED i r EMSDELL SCHRADER STON r COMPANY oJ Swan Loans and Real Est Solid tors Watcnes Jewelry iand i1 1all kinds of Merchandise Bought and Sold r t 539 W Green St Lail4illle kJ rrI rJ R nEIGHBoRS The Elite PliotcgtapherK- aUrging r A Buttons and Framing Specialty HHoNIE PHONE 4018 RMY I Womans Industrial Club 1 726 W Walnut St Louisville Kyrr- l 4 I tpoard by the day or week lodging for ladies only le I Hot baths at any time bMiaous i Soda Water Ice Crean 0OIDCII anti girls who are strangers lit tUo ctty will fi rtcafe environ tttoU id ottfi club rK M- iiv Homo Phoott 3670 s 1 I f 1 1 liMtt I a Royal town Ky ning train of October ted in the above named Kev H A Keeton the able efficient pastor met me witha lute thoroughbred hitched to an I easy riding buggy it was but a few i minutes drive and I wondered why he hitched up for such a short drive but it was the speed of the horse that made the distant seem short Sister Keucon greeted us in that model ministers wife fashion and told us to make ourselver at home and for eleven days it was home Yes home sweet home happy home Christian home We had the privilege of preach ing to a crowded house during our stay there were five additions to the church We were entertained at dinner in the homes oi Bro and sister Wells sisters Maps and Tyler Bro and sister Banks and sis ter Taylor We took tea in the homes of Bro and sister Allen Sisters Weathers and Gray and I must say it was a pleasure to be there Rev Cherry Prof Jordan and their good wives vied in making our stay enjoyable This is one visit 1 shall never forget Rev Keeton has a firm hold on the es teem and confidence of the church and community Collections 3600 The dear good sisters kindly re member d sistar Allen and sent preserves and canned ffniits May the blessings of heaven rest upon pastor and people is my earnest prayer W C Allen Fianklin Ky c fy MintaterH wind Ueacosr Conference This body met Monday morning at Green St church Members present Revs Lewis Gaddie Wal lace Marrs Offut Johnson Britt IJowejuFjank Richardson Brentsr Jones McAtee Perdue Rhodes Riley Reynolds Wm Reed E W Reed Russel McClellan Craighead Williams Taylor Watson Jacobs Parrish Breckinridge Thompson Brethren Tally Weber Generals T J Lewis Ramsey Gore Visitors Rev G W Boiling L D Best and P H Clark Rev J W Lewis presided and Rev E P Marrs and R Reynolds conducted devotional services REPORTS Green StS S 78 collection 238 pastor preached collection 172 29 BeargrassS S 36 collection 68 cents pastor preached collectio- II 1300 Calvary S S 119 collection 2 26 pastor preached collection 3008 LionS S 180 collection 3001 pastor preached collection 2600 S Ninth StS S 50 collection 60 cts pastor preached collection 1 5000 Emmanuel5 S 90 collection 300 pastor and Rev A Shumake preached one under watch care I collection 3555- CentennialS S 100 collectionI 198 pastor preached one under watch care collection 4000 PortlandS S 50 collection i b C1tRev G W Bolling preached confection 1026IVirginia AveS S 40 collection 2 cts pastor preached two by letter collection 1005 UN StS S 40 collection 50I cents pastor preached one restored collection 1068- AnchorageS S 17 pastor andI Bro Grant King preached collec r tion Goo + BrownsboroS S 20 cllectio 66 ctsr Rev Wm Taylor preachedI two restored collection 3601 Forest pastor preached roller tion 1233 JeffersontpwnS S 20 collection 54 cts Rev Wm Brents preached I six for baptism tnree restored andi two by relation collection 2505 I Goose Greek Rev B G McClel1 1I 1 lan preached collection 3025 Gable St Bro T J Tally I lsl fti1 J preached collection 400 Indiana AveS S 20 collection 22 cts Rev E T Offut preached collection 1270- Campbranch Rev Chas Wallace preacheded fifteen tor baptism and sire restored collection 2183 Mt OliveS S 30 collection 145 pastor preached collection 14 oo Good ShepnerdS S 25 collec tion 35 cents pastor and Rev C M Jacobs preacned collection 165 AntiochS S 45 collection 98 cents pastor preached collection 1631Revs G W oiling and L D Best were introduced andaddressed the onference in a pleasingand effective way Bro W H Steward made an address to the Conference on the Moral status of the Race and the remedy which was approved by those who spoke The usual announcements were made and the benediction pro nounced by Rev A H Weber SCHOOL NOTES Last Friday a large crowd ass em bled at Eclipse Park to witness a foot ball game between State Uni versity and the boys of Central High School The decision was given to Central after a hard tough gameMr Steward Board of the Senior class entertained the High school last Friday with an oration subject The Teutons their customs and migrations Mr Board treated his subject in a masterly style and did credit to his class as well ss to himselfWith much regret announcement is made ot the death of Miss Virginia Berry a member of last years Freshman class M F College Notes Miss Lou Ollie Hamock is mal ing a good president of the Geo W Dupee Literary Society Rev E Williams D D Chairman of the Board of Trustees called thiis weekand his address will be bug remembered by both teachers and studentsThe rendered last Fri day by the Model School Depart ment reflected credit upon the stu dents as well as thhe teachers otf this pepartmen Among our last donors we ar GibnJ son of Nashville Tenn who con trib uttd the first two dollars tot the new dormitory Mrs Mary V Parrish Louisville KV and Mr G F Boyd who paid one dollar each on pledge list We received to very excellent testimonials recently of our work from President Council of the A M College Normal Ala and President Parrish Eckstein Norton University Cane Springs Ky Theses will be used by Pres Frazer in a printed circular in pushing the laims of our College- In our report of money received at the General Association we failed to give in the names desrving speci il mention Rev C H Par rish who contributed the first 50 cents We understand that Rev Parrish is succeeding with his work as they have enrolled abont seventy boarders at Eckstein Visitors Revs Wm H Leavell D T Carroway who delivered very timely and able address to the students and Mr Will Lindsey the musician r thnDR JU WILLIAM- SCHIROPODIST t Corn and Bunions Extracted with Ilout pain Ingrown 2nd Club Nails permanently cured Ladies Beat led at their residence iif preferred I office Hour a f Office and Beeidnce 1 12 to a p ml 718 W Vithiat 6 p1ato 8 p m L Jf II S HOPSO IIiVIerchant 7Cleaning and Repairing neatly done called for aud del Special Attrition to Ladies Work and Out All new work Pr 632 EIGHTH ST LOtlisvil11 Home Phone 4088 r11lw a rI oJ tari r 11 r Alarlei r Mx terson makes the Cl I iI 10wIf Regulation Garments jivsn Bsuecial Attention Try our Regulation Trousers at 5 oo an liPti leaning Dying and Repairing neatly done E i I MASTERSONl id Vv Oor Vest OE Walnut Sts I uisvilie Ky PT Pf nmr1Jtr t9YP LOW HATSSTo all points within 150 miles in C P A Ilerritoiy VIA BSWACCOUN r ThanksgivingTickets will lt srld for all Traius November 23and 24 v ith return limi- tNOVEMAKK 28h Ask yovr nearest Ticket Ag lit for par ticulars or adore s 01 McC RTY Gen Iaaa I gt CIMINXTI O ChesapeakeOhioRy1 FAMED FOR ITS MAG NIFICIEN7 TRAINS GRAND SCENERYand JNING CAR SERVICE THROUGH PULLMAN CARS BETUELiN LOU1SVILL WASHINGTON BALTIMORE PHILADELPHIA NEW YORK STOP 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Carolinnthuspassing though the beautiful Land of the Sky Catalinalaung UnakaRanges d eau the lowest pint ofwhich fa 2JK ft ubove the level of the se- aAAHBVILLE I 4 with its hotelt yearrounelrang ee of onntains and is a favorite stop t over pol t for thousands of tourists anna ually Oher note d reports in the Lnnd of the Sky and Sapphire Country or BrevahdTexawayAH Florida Winter ost ly and comfortably reached by tbri fast and convenient trainH schedule through sl eping car service of the Southern Rail r wac and Queen acid Crpscent Route either through the Land of the Skyt or direct via Cha tano gt and AtlantarTHE r FLORIDA LIMITED leaving Cincinnati i 830 a m c nnect fmg at Lexington with morning train fr m Louisville arriuing JaciisoDvilIeIearly next m rvmp runs r vf ryLay in the year Tue Chicag anti Florida limitedeleaving Cincinnati in the evening con r necting tI Lexington with evening train y slyill c runs ihri ugh solid to Jacksonville withiDining Car service r nroute For low win ter tourifrt rates so hedues literaturt or other information apply tot A J Crone Depot Ticket Agtt P E Carr City Pass tend Ticket tgt 234 4h Avennw C H Hungerford Dis Pass Att 234 4th Louisville Ky G n Alleii Asst Gen Pass Art St Louis Mo h To California via J Scenic Coorodo or True Southern 7 Route t daily through PullniBU slaudardslpeping cars St Louis to San Fiancisco via the 1hB- f ours Pacific Ey and scenic o ora otelegant tourist sleeptug car service every s TUESDAY and THURSDAY fr0111 t Louis Daily through Pullman standard sleeping 8r1 St Louis to Los i Angelas California VIa Item Mountain troute the true 1 TRUE SOUTHERN ROUTE new t urist sleeping ear excursions via from M untain mute and Ell Paso leavejSt Louis every Tuesday and SaturdayThe service anti r qupuient is strictly up L to date RoundTrip anfrate one way tickets ri on Hall v a from i Iron Mountyin or Mmhiouu Pacific Ry fI torn all principal points in the eat For t + x berths reservation and full informationsaddress any representative Missouri Paci fie Iron MouutaiU systtttt prR T S Matt t b wsT F A room 301 Nbffon Bid Louis vill Ky or M C Townsend P and T A St y catLouisctI i r t r i c 2 Kings 12415-ar s Motto Text We will not for sake the house of our God Neh 1039 We learn from Chronicles tha the sons of Athaliah that wicked woman had done much injury to 1 the temple besides taking out its vessel1 of gold and silver and giving them to Baal King Joash or Je hoash his name is spelled both I ways had the repair of these iuju ries greatly at heart and be gath ered ths priests together in a meet log Verse 4 Jehosh makes a speec to the assembled priests He designates i three kinds ofmoney which were to be reserved for repairs and not used in the regular temple ser vice The money of every that vccount Whenever a census was taken every man over twenty w required to pay a poll tax of half a shekel Ex 3013IIThe money that every man is set at This was the redemption money made to redeem the first born And all money that cometh into any mans heart to bring into the house of the Lord All the free will of ferings which moneyLetevery man of his acquaintance In Chronicles we are told that the collections were taken in all the cities each priest taking it thus where he lived and was known But it was so that in three an twentieth year 01 King bash the priests had not repait ed the breach es of the leouseWe are not told p1 4t i if what year the king gathered the priests together and ordered the collection bidding them hasten wlbutit is evident he had given them sufficient time Ther mayhavefrom these three sources was suc a large part of the totalreceived their own support would have beenI repairsAtenergy n their work and the king took it into his own hands 4 Why repair etc not the breeches of the nOllsthe asked of the aged high priest and the others Now therefore receive no mor money of your acquaintance but deliver it for the breeches of th house That is the money for templeIlereaftere kept seperate from that which be longed to the priests Peloubet They were to stop taking collections in their home cities But Jehot ads the priest took a chest and bor rda hole in tilt lido it and set it besides the altar on the right si as one cometh into the house of the Larddid this at the kings coriiinind wearetold in Chronicles The hole was just large enough fa money and the chest was locked The chest was in the priests court but was near the gate where the givers could see the priests put the money into it Instead of taking redemptionPr 1 ed to pay Jehoash relies on free willI offerings given for tne temple repairs II Andit was so that when they saw that there was much money in the chest Which couldeasilp be told by lifting in That the kings scribe and tilt high pi jest came lip The royal secretary acted as the kings commissioner The two weighed the money put in bags and marked ti amount on the bags Coins were not used in the days The old and silver was in ingote or rings and these were weighed And they galle the money being told It that is having been weigh ed and marked Into the hands of themthat did the work that han a w Y N 1e1 J J 1vt 4iiea t rl- t r A3t4 arii NOV 14B lt 4 190 th beLordThese were the officers whom jehoiada had appointed to have a general supervision of the work chap 1118 And they paid it out to the carpenters and build ers as fast as it was needed that is according to the work they had I done And to reasons and hewers of stone All kinds of repairs were ecesii ws th tt King Joash did well to be persistent in having the work done and makes the indifference and the neglect of the priests the more reprehensible They of all men should have been ret pair of the building The hewers of stone were not men in the quar ries but those who sawed up the I stones on the spot into the sizes needed in the work And for all that was laid out for the house to repair ttInChronicles is made of workers In mentIOnII brass Besides the natural wear and tear on the building which evihdent the sons of Athaliah hat vent t ed their wrath against God by wide spread havoc in the temple How beit there were not made for the house of the Lord bowls of silver snuffers basans trumpets any yes fasthe money that was brought into tits house of the Lord ttThe temple had been stripped of its gold and silver vessels bv kings when the money was needed to buy off their conquerors Rehoboam had thus satisfied Sheskak and Asa had Ben hadad But the people had been asked for a contribution for repair ing the temple and Jehoida and Joash acted uoncrably in using the money for no other purpose no matter how good nor how much needed itill all the repairs were made But Judah had responded moneydthat more was given than was need ed for all the repairs And the surplus was used afterwards for the vesselsMoreover they reckonednot with the men into whose hand they delivered the money to be bestowed fonjulyhe men who had charge byhthe aged high priest and they were honorable men They did not betray the confidence which was placed in them Lexington HIInlBtera and Dear rnns J1a Una This body met Monday morning at Evergreen Church Members CampbelleBuckner Taylor Wm and Robt PeH Smith Holloway Quarles A W Harris Bigbee Fisher Seals Vmeear Talbert Bush Smothers Frye Simms Rev Taylor acted as moderator and Rev Creft and Wm Jickson conducted devotional services REPORTS collectiodo250 Rev Creft and pastor preach ed one by watchcase collection 1480 3Scrs Rev Quarles preached collection 1012 Pleasant GreenS S So collection Ssc pastor preached one d relation one for baptism collection 1800 Zion GorgetownS S 35 col Ilection 44c Rev Smothers preach ed collection 16673- MaddoxtownS S 47 collection 48c pastor preached eighti for bap tism collection Ioo Mt SterlingS S 37 collection 25c Rev J F Wilson preached collection 5 50- JoneslwonS S Rev P H Smith preached nine for baptism 42eMt GilliardRev Talbert prehc ed one for baptism nine 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