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J v b f r i t Jlff t rA f T m 4 l lf1 AI eA ERICAN BAPTIST 1 VOuXXVI NO XLV LOUISVILLE KY FRIDAY NOVEMBER11 lyo4 ESTABLISHED I 79JI r1tScf II SLAVERY yo 8a aru17pa With bin brawny ariLel thDormant bralu athint for Not allowed to swell aud thjkprTh twn upon his own resources Luosed aa a viprous make Not frioud to bid him welcome par himself untaught to think Up from slavery came the Negro Whence hunted with the blood i hound Lashed until the crimson fluid Cried for justice from the grQund UI what a lowly mark of pity Must have been the sons of Ham When tboj merged from onalua of bondage In this Gods freedom land Up from slavery Is the Negro In the congress hall of brain Cueing with the tamed and famous With ability not ashamed Abreast hell keep with the worlds match onward A component part of her upward glide Till she forgets that the Negro was ever Up from slavery Composed by Jesse Merchant 1216 Jaukiou st Louisville Ky Vagaries of a Cold You can never be quiet sure where a cold Iis going to hit you In the fall and winter it may settle in the bowels pro 1 1ug Severn pall Do not be alarmed or torment yourself with fears of apeI pond clti At the first sign of a cramp take Pei rv Davis Painkiller in warm sweetened water and relief comes at once There Is nut one Painkiller Prry Davis 26 and 60 cents How Pastor Bigbee Spent His Yacat iontt I lease allow me space In your paper which hoe snub a wide clean atlon toII say A tw words shoat mj vt cation wtilob ear granted me bY- Ou my cburchII the 12th of October 1 boarded them I train for JeiUco Tenn where I e tne London Die riot Afsooiation and spent throe desy- uExtn1httrpdap a with that body After they impended the rule and t rd me to preach them a sermen J wbioh war apprarantly enjoy d by tbeJJ I lit Ire body MO mnco ro tbat they aRai suspended file rule and lu appreciation of tne to mion made we a life member or th+ Awe oltotiiiu for which your bum hie rervant furls proud I also apuki to tem relative to thw next ser sion of General Association and they aunrrd niw that they would do more for eduuniinubl and Missionary work this year thou ever before 1bey con aide it quite a treat to have 0110 f J file a nlHiMiit modtrators of the General AMtociatiou of Kentucky Baptists with ithem and they showed it by their action On the 16Ui I wei t to Lexing tort Ky and spent three pleasant days Iin the Blue K rase City and bEard an ex oellent sermon on Sunday morning from Rev Dr Krye pastor of the MelD Street Baptist church On the J9ta I took the train for the Falla City there I joined tbe company of my wits who had been spending a couple of weeks with my brother She and II spent throe pleasant evenings with Revs W A Jones and G W T RUB ML I alto attended tbe Ad Di trlot Association which convened at Rev Rusnells church and preached a sir t woo fnr them and Rave them a talk on I he work of the General Association I rfaliabecame member of that body They r had qu to a succors ul ression andi rained quite a neat sum of mosey fo I educational anti mlnsionary work 5SQ TiiHfday eve the 871 h R v Russell secrpUonr1l ReveMrs Ruese 1 t and quite a number of In i OlivrBaptist church and quite e number o city pavtora were present sad partial 1 pat d Dr E P Marrs acted as toast i I muter while Drs Frank Reynold Richardson Cralghoad Hales and nth ort pastor RuMell and what be bad ac oompllshed for thQ denomination 00hi Wednesday the 28th Rev Wra Johnson and his good wife gave a dinner al80tI In honor of your bumble servant whileVI Id Olin of the iity pastors wert al 1 present at this facet and I must lavbl rItWAS the first ministerial stag fear I ever alta rsd I must give th City ministers credit for thei lacmolt enteros whk0h the pMtnrs of Louisville unity tbat NBdid o lat here in our city at tbe setting Ty3 1 of the last General Aasociatlon lI nm prond to say that whoa we shall con yen in the oity of L ulsvllle In Dr Betel beautiful church iu a general session instead of raising 200000 we will raise for the Baptist cause and State University 600000 1 ak the of the Baptist family for my nucceps to continue lu tho future as it hoe in thu past C P M BTOBEE Pastor Broadway Baptist Cbnroh Winchester Ky I I FOR OVBB STY YEARS Mrs Winslow Soothing Syrup has been used for over 60 years oy millions of mothers for their children while teething with perfect sucoeMs It soothes the child softms the gums allays all pain cures wind colic and i the best remedy tor dlarrbma It will relieve tbe poor little sufferer immedi ately Hold by Druggists in every pars oilbe world Twentyfive cent a bottle Be sure and ask for Mrs Wlnslow oothing Syrup and take no other WHO WILL HELP On October 22nd we POD t a letter to anYfllttJeschooling j of our four African students no allyRen jI that friend of God and Africa was tbe first to respond with 100 And aped and letter is tram brottier Turpin of Middletboro 8aysIlnt a determination to find light these African children must have bad to leave their homes and prose the ocean which puts tLem 11000 miles from their pa rents sad friends Surely they show greater zeal than any of us in this land God bless you Our Board is very grateful to Fitt Street Ninth Street and Virginia Ave churches for towels bedding and other necessary things for our students They have Dome 11000 mllea from their hOmes In longwronged and out relitrIontralnlnRprlnolpJpefThen train these men and return the to Afioa JVe shall report the resus of our appeal through the Amerlca- BaptlsE and payerLends brethrennYours in His Nffme L G JORDAN 726 W Walnut si Louisville Ky WOMENS WORK r Mrs L M Jaokson will all tbe following appointments in the Interest ofI tbe wo k of the Baptist Womens EduIcational Convet tit u LaGrange October 3o Sulphur II 81 Campbellsburg November 1 New Lil erty 2 Owentin 8 Perk Ridge II 4II Warsaw 5GhentCarol ton j III 7 Smltb pldII 8JJ Eminence 9 New Castle io- Pleaj arevllle 11JJ ChlltUBnlburgII IiIIJJ Bagdad u 14 rrilonvllleII 16 LaGrange 16JJ Browrsboro c 17II Pewee Valley 18- Anohcjage I 1920 rHesrgraee LooflvllleII 21jj Portlandu 22II Parklandt c 28II 84tHill Street u 26 New BurgII 7- Jeffersontown i 28 State Board B Y P U I I 29fLittle Flock 80r J Pastors and Presidents of University Societies are requested to meet out rep resentative upou her arrival make arJrangements for her entertainment andIsuitable announcement for the meet g We are making a strong effort to greatly enlarge our fund for the ereo ton of a New Dormitory for State Uni and to make our Convention Itwta We need the support and en thfts movement and trust our hope will DB realisedr Done by order of the Board of Mana cerlfLIZZIB CRITTBNDSN Cunirmaa LUOY FLINT 8 oretar1I i L fiA WOMENS WORK Owing to vvedidtn8burg until 045p ml toolate fr oUallrtlJtoniid no one to acct us a strange man woo was a passenger ou the saws train houoented 10 take us to the borne ot Rev Brown to wuoiu we hau wrttuu out woo haut failed to regei d our oonJiDunlon tiou Groping turongu me ubrKteus over rows and hUh we llua ly reaubvd out uenuuation Knucktng rue sour we were ninny rtCciVta by sitter Brnwaiufo uor moat uouiiertaoie home wbero wn we tari to rest our weary ueau to find awayNelurgci this trip At oclock auooQjp fiiedby motn Brownve wore off lor weIleftCanpbellsvhleHerecircus i town with their tents pitcbt d witniii a stones realized tofillt we went at once to the nome of sister Josie Lewis who re salved us kindly her pleasant daugh ter Ethel added mush to thb pleasure cf our stay After enjoying a heart Pbillpoandt members ott our Srolety At 645 a m we war off for Lebanon here we found tbat ou baggage bad been uiisaent to Bt Ma while we held check for a baud come large zinc trunk that should hav gone to Baltimore instead Uro Fran White invltlugnomeaesronec her wardrobe throughout to filldawaist large enough for UH flashy sea carded piliolog erable day in Lebanon was afraid to tightVisitedohurob aftrwardtioroduofda oubcollection of 100 i to morning and pastor Brown preached a soul 8ti ring sermon After usual services were introduced and addeBsed an e thufiiastio wltlinlp Thafollowing officers were elected istrrr Sallle Phillips Sallie Thoma nd Mary Meaux Presidents apmi Lula Thome Secretaries ytTreasurerAmandnWhite and Nanrue Yatea Members oj the Board of Manager A collecttlO1 of t2h was contributed the following persons giving 25 cent each Rev O C Brown Deacon Frank White stag T MpIJMSuuduy iiigh we visited the Arc n Baptist chtircl1 Rev G M Fisher pastor preached at interesting sermon which wae well 8 ceived bv his hHrf4rJL dffar IIIU1AInrI der of service we were introduced to at apt rroiative audience who leipoued out appeal with a contribution of 460 perlloJJIcotrtutlnfPisbjer 50 cent Ueacou ACose Ray 50j cents brethren David Scott Geor Shuck Wm Gates Jobn Vaughn WH Brumfieid sisters Mary Vaught Mary ticott Nora Mattlngly Martha Haydeii Lizzie Farmer 25 c nts each A University i Hoolety watt then organized j with the following officers + Iete Maggie Qates and Mary Vaughn Pre i Banta Bessie Shuuh and Lizzie Farmer Seoretaxien Mary Scott Treasurer Roaa Hayden Nora Mattingly Marthi Hayden Members of the Board of Man agate Leaving Monday morning on flrat train we rencn d Junction Citj per appointment wb re WH found our faithful little friend Miss Belle Ioq awaiting us We soon cached b comfortable home where we wets wel Domed by dear sinter Lo au and tht children At 8 p m we veni t ff to cnureb where we fonnu a faithful few assembled Bro Logan conducted devotional exeroiuea afterwards Introduc ed us to the audience ere we bad fin isbed oar talk a collection of 110 was given ua of this amount tbe following Kersons gave 15 saute each Brethren Henry Spencer C ay Logan Lud Lo gan shier Lvdia Wallace Somerset was tbe next point to visited nroute to Oreeusburg we R v W H Williams ou the trin at his request we deterred our vifit to a future date Upturning to fant vllle on Ttfeedav we were entertained in the comfort l le home of RPV and1 MCT J Er We nt who always welcome UH to inter hof pitHll y palled in i afternoon to oeeu nutnb r of theIl I and at 8 p nu iu omnany with plat Fannio Wood and Millie Thomas we I vifited the New 211 BP I on church of I which Rav Wallnce Fisher ip pastor It was prayrr meeting night and all t entered heartUy Into tbe services altar which tv Fisher then invited ns to 1- l a few words is regwd to t ur work 60 Pont was given to same and anordi invitation fXteuiletl to return again IIali a more convenient ee lion On Wed j ue day night we had an appointment asain for Perryville but owing to tbe terrJftio rain storm which e sued we were unable tl till ppoiuiuieot Tnura day algal + t should nave nil appoint ment at Staulurd but at tt e suggestion of Irieuas decided tore uru to Lebanon m vearoh ot oat oa gagu which Wu did wrluing dear sister Baugumau at Stanford tile cause We left Leuanou Friday at 10 a tu for Lancaster here we found near sister Hauuau Jenniugs aWHUingUHMS iMUbfut ae ever A dw layeu iram hud kept us ou thu rand nearly ail day and wn wore BO ill tuttt Dr Jouusou wee UIUWUI dacoua dat 830 p m we were off lor onurob where a noble band of Curimiau Wo men joined us The beluveu parrot Rev J B Miller was absent but bat ablyuassisted in the meeting by our own dear nitten Jennings and Muler A co lec tion of 180 was given for our work Sisters ltiarah B Miller Charity Hytt Hannah Jennings contributed 26 cenU each The Univeisity Society w8thulJ reorganized with the folowlrg fficerp taithtuypraaideut for many years resigned iin favor of sister ciarab B Miller SMGri Milleei I aurVice d jeen iinga Treasurer wi h a ttrong and as backeackcompiished in this cnuroh Early iu the worDing Mrs Miller calleu in hei pleasllntII Den ey a most enjoyable time was baa At 3 p m we were oft for Riuhnu no reaching ciiis point we founu Dr T H- Broaddus nrtt wa reaoutd bi bome we were wulconib by e oh member of tne family ana iin tins homo we spent three pleasant day Sunday morning In Dom any with our Maggiee droaddus Wilson we visited Pirat Bap till church Sunday School whets w Supetlnitennd em Dr Gw uu to pchool We received a donation of 100 lemaining to morn- Ing service tiro Blythe preached an instructive ermu At 8 p m we hvld a mass meeting Rev Bronddus presid ed otter devutlouais he introduced ut in bis usual genial manner We talked xt leugtu laying tne claims of our Hoard belore the people a collection ofof j6 00 was giveu below fiud names 01 inose contriunting 25 cenu eauh R v T B Brnaudus brethren Jon Irvin tteuben Witaon June Miller platen Nannie lerrelJ Ellen Scudder lanu Gwyun Lou Bionciou Hattie Barric 1Miuuie Bennett Lizzie Walker Matt ie K Tunrger and Maggie B Wilson Af tar which a society was organized with the tollowiuYrr ilicers elate rs j 1 DivtoHW Prenidbnts Minnie Bennet and Millii Muibry Secretaries Jul I lent y Treasurer With slater idle dcudder Chairman of the Hoard of TurnsgrinFannie Owynn Sallie Miller liet Lane Naunie Terrell and Lzzie Walk assistants We can but be hopeful tbe greatest good accomplished Wv ask your prayers tor our oonti rpued success Pledges paid at tbe Baptist Womens bducatioua Convention Mrs Mary Hancock 1CO Rev HD Carpenter 100 Alex Williams 100 L M JACKSON SaatY e1Ba careful but we must all go frotv heatnd houses lulu chilled air and tb change sere us coughing sort whP jinir Avoiding winter colds is difficult oaring them is no hard if you to Allens Lung Bulsam Better beg into when the cold is young and not wait until It eettles deep into the lungs for thou even with Allens Lung Balsam complete relief will ue slower ybeWe have just closed a successful imeeting of 15 days with the Baptist ohuch at Mortonvilla Ry reeulti jin 98 additions 28 by baptism and five rectoreo The drouth hoe been so ver severe in our part of the lard that itI made the queston of finding much wa ter or wattle pufflni nt for bnptlam the way our Lard and Matpr hap comm mended a very ereat problem + o Sol ve Although the Kenfnoky river was t j i the shores of the county fron South West but thtl four miles nintant to there made it look quite troublesome to go taut aa the old proverb go Bornehow or other the Lord will proI J r 4i 3 vldeu So Mr George Davis white who is now the owner of the pond OIl the hill where WH have been baptising for 82 earl had It cleaned or one side sod luu all of the surplus wa ter into one pleas making a very nice little pool which answerer for tb pur pose of putting tem out of sight Tn tfr DavitS we Ma very grateful fur hi kiuduess may ha live long aud do Kood for the Masters cause The flburct was very jrrojttly revived bothpp rltu ally and flnnuially We were biesst f with the services of Rev cline Byr of Fort Springs Hw is quite au In- preseivnsprakbr To plce this your roan properly bet ref tne oietlireu i that they map hive some idea as torl i worth and power in a tore lug 1W II have to draw ou two of our leading d vines iu Kentucky for to me he apleb Ito be a combiuatinn of tab two Jt one is Rev C C Bates D D pastor 1 the Lam I tu Baptist cburub Louisvill In appearance be recembles Dr haler Theo that earnestneps that is charac teristic of Dr Hates is found in aim 10- a great degree The second if the Rev J H Frank D D of the Firth Hire Baptist church Louisville no you nnv him Now you who know the two di vines mentioned will be bound to d av this conclusion of Drs Bates nn Frank is a power in the camp of the wicked in bringing the victory to CUI Masters glory Now you neve him a be impresaed me Gallon IMm lace tonsville is sleight J K POLK WORKrTo the Pastors and Presidents of the B ruukyDearmeeting d in Winchester at the First BMptistt church pastorWep thnroug- starehing that the Unions was m de to Rev G W Hampton the State Or g nizHr the sum of 12000 At our la Board meeting held at the above naw d J tplace in Broadway Baptist church Re Hampton agreed to give the Union one halt of this amount if we would make an effort to pay him in a roasouhle time I wax requested t appeal to the several Unions throughout the Ste te asking you to Donate as much a+ you possibly could over 81 00 I trust the secretary of the pity union Mr will take notice and call a mallEIwearing the Union and together with tt cbalrmau Mrs W M Parker see wh cau be doue toward this uiHtter thisiitpHB if I had called in person anxious that this be a year ot doing good and helping others to help them selves The Moderator of Ithe General ABBOciation Rev G W Ward D I of Covington is with ns and iis one of 1us and he will do all In his power to help the good work on This organ i churcha autends to lilt nd help them to read and understand the Bible The Book of bookr We ha the field an energetic young man Juneserof erNichotasville bofe soma a life member upon payweut 100 or an annual pany maul of 25 cents Seud your name and money to the secretary and receive credit for the saws In the near future we will publish the nauuesof tbe mem ante Yours in the Work MATTZK V DUFF Cor Secy of B Y P U Somerset Ky A Qocd Meeting with the N fist Churca Poz I kePleas allow me space in your paper speak of the plorlous meeting at the above named ohurcb and also to thank tbem for their kind treatment to me while in their services I fouud the church with a small membership but earnest aud faithful hearts and loyal t to Chi 1st and his work We began the worn with faith and earnest desire and by the help olt the Holy Spirit aud the faitbful few and the assistance of ather members of the sister churches We tmpngWt closed with 86 additions and 16 were baptized by me pastor We leu thn onurob iull of life and a atrong set of young people to car ry o the Rood wo class of the meeting tae au indme a nice pate of shoes And tnt older members a fine bat T little church paid me for three week toaI auk the nleaalng of pasgtola hutch fur TUB pastor altd lueuiOera both xrnfo sortcern couragemenl of tbe Baptists of Lout w 4 rtc r tfi iitti i vllle I only wish I had space tomem lion all who gave me something for my service ami labor I am under many obligation to tbe pastor Rev T J Lewis his church and their friends fur their kindness io rue RespectfullyP Rtt London Ky A Thousand Women on their Knees Thursday November 24th will be luaiiKglvii i Day AttIVtt ocloctt auuip Wo wli ttok one tnuuanud WOiueu to fli on that daces Where VB ruby ale and oiler a Prayer of Tnauttsgiviug io me Aiojigut Gd fur tue + oau rfui growth ot our uiissionary work at uome and abroad Pray for our mis fiouaiieti on tue ttelu wo will uoltiave u sumptuous fdnt on tuat day and oak God t turn every cacrifice they make jar the cause into a soul aaved for afar tnity Wnl prayerWbtuelarguet pray- nrturCtin evei held by women since tile world began A Thanks ottering however small sut Ua will bi unpieciated cud used in tending the gibi l io thoao who have it nut Yonrt for the highest development of Cnrihiiau womauhoudMANMB H BURROUGHS Cor Sect WJUjuu CouvtuUon Aux iliary to the National Baptist Conven riot 726 W Walnut SiI Louisville Kv UNIVERSITY NOTES S U RAh rah rah rail S U Rxu rah rah rah tb1 btglare Umvernity rab rab rah xoxatRevs G W Bowling and E W Reed edvdresses were well receivtd Elf bop I B Scott Mr W H Steward aud Dr P H Kennuuy called to see us tMonday The ttishop made a most ex u pent address Mr Stevard and five other brethren ordalntdtJea trchurch buudny afternoon uto oburch and Sunday School atnw have nwtf runners in ailee tu dead 1dd the noise of intiSo who come late to rervice makeWegiven BUt Mrs Puruo uu their tenth uaiversary a most enjoyable atlair 1several young wen went home to vote Miss Eliza Lusteia fatter of Evana dnughtrrItt The mother aud sinter of Mills Lena Marks i re pleastut visitora veltev W B Hall wars pleajuntvisl or lclast SatuiUny He ila tuacuitjg again Dr urea preached for Berean Sun day evening of1ne Literary Society had a very ex celleiu prograwwe Friday night The ouug ladies attended services at Little Flock Huuday mornlug Mrs Steinmetzs Missionary Train lug Suhooi seems to be growing in nuui bers aid interest hopedtowant to raiee one thousand dollars in tbat Rally It all friends ol the work will help as they ought it will he done Our team wet the Medical team on luu gridiron last Piiday Tbe teams seem tube equal as neither soared any thinK State B Y P U Work yThe organizer will fill the follow ing dates Midway + Oct 3031 Frankfort Nov 17 BensonR93 IIBagdad 1014 ChristianburgII 1516 t8rrk2trLa GranJteIC 22 23 ti rrera 2425 Anchoraget 26 27 Loui5Villu 29 meet State B Y P U BoardxD P Jones Jr- Organizer r rr f ti 1t t t i jf 8 AWERI01N B1PTIST NOVEMBER 1904 L A1E31GANt BPHSTKSTA- HUeilKD IS7- 9FUBLISHFD EVERY FRIDAY OllfllCK 710 FiiTii ST LoursviuE KY I m m YEAR in aavam 125 H MONTHS 75 HUBS MONTHS 40 IIirONB COPY FkBB use year W atay oos who wW send s Ere D- Auta Ibo dMecatba Ubel M gob paper bows to what toy yea Env pts3d Ia P a both as a receipt and- equut lot pyne t f poop r ctdIt Eat slot been pUt witbtn two oft w lewd tror pyent notify nt AHc Wlfy to pcosptfc d ay change in Post omo of Jdrftu to bat tMe tsq b4t 0 ornr or i Iar itar ft 9017 et paper r tliU paper m regularly m ne s 1t8bcrlber8 until adefluit torder to discontinue in receiver swd ike anbscrlptlon paid in taU e the time the order It itTea PRIDYY NOVEMBER 11 1904 Never have our people of al1 shades off opinion been more in teresled in the results ofan election than they were of that of last Tues day and never have results ben more assuring rend satisfactory Without regard to political affilIa- tion or cmiditi n they were unani mous in supporting the candidacy of Theodore Roosevelt and it is safe to say that no candidate ever re ceived more loyal support than they accorded to him for it was the con sensus of opinion that his election meant more to them than the election of any previous candidate for that exalted position His election was a victory of justice over injus tice a victory of law over lawlessness a victory oi right over wrong andevery colored man felt a per sonal interest in the contest and gave his influence and vote to secure this result The returns show that he carried every Northern state and oven brolTe the solid South lIiv I ciniig Missouri He will have 343 in the Electoral College to 133 for Parker anda popular majority of 150000 being the largest vote ever cast for any candidate for Presi dent In additii n to this the Re publicans have gained several sen ators and many representatives and will have a majority of over one flu nditd votesin the lower house of Ccngress was a veritable landslide arid even more than met the expectations of the most san guine and hopeful In Kentucky in addition to the Eleventh District which is always Republican the Republicans have possibly carried the Third and Ninth districts which would be a gain of two congress martTni reports of the Ciy Health Office furnishes from time to time souse very interesting ffcts concerning our people which deserve to receive the serious consideration of thoughtful people According t the cinsus the colored people are about i in fifth of the fiitire popu Isiti notf the city and under usual nn iitiins the birthrate ond death rate should be about one fifth of the birthand death rate but instead of that th birth rate is lower and the death rate is higher almost every week Take the October report for instance which was an unusually healthy month and there were 230 deaths There should have been acct riling to the proportion of population only 48 deaths among the colored people but instead there were 67 There were 393 Firths of which number there were only 19 colored when there should have been 59 This increase in the death rate and decrease in the birth rate may be explained but as the law is the same in both cases we are at a loss to understand the discrepancy It is a very impor tant matter and those interestedwill find n fine field for investigating a subject that is of material interest to the race THE Norfolk News and Adver tiser makes a great mistake in at tempting in the least degree to condone or excuse the lynching of the colored man Blount at Berkley Va two weeks ago It was simply an attrocious murder and it matters not whether Blount was an intelli gent law abiding citizen or a vicious character he was entitled to the benefit of a fair trial and the men who took him from the jail and murdered him or murderers in the sight of God and the law of the land Blount the News and Adver tiser to the contrary is said to have been a respected citizt n and had the confidence of the best people of Berkley Lynching is wrong under any anfall circumstance and there is nothing to do but con demn it unless we w nt to encour age lawlessness NEWS AND NOTES fhe U B Fand S M TofLexington Ky hav eroded one c ff the finest halls in the state and wil dedicate it withappropriate exer cises Thanksgiving Colored agents teachers and preachers to write sick andacci dent insurance Liberall policy ctn earn 7500 to 300 00 month ly Experience unnecssary Address Lock box 515 St Louis The Arkansas Baptist Conven tion will meet with the First Bap tilt church Rev J P Robinson D D pastor Tuesday Nov 22nd This promises to be tine of the most interesting sessions anda Urge attendance is expected If you are personally interested in Oklahoma the Black mans Canaan the farmers paradise and the colored farrncrsbest and last chance write to me and I will gladly give you any desired information Address Dr HW Conrad Drake Building Guthrie Oklahoma List wr ek at Memphis T nn Chas M Bryan a prominent attor ney createda sensation by demanding that venire of Negroes be summoned from which to select a jury to try a colored client Tne trial judge refused to grant the refused to erant the request and an appeal was taken Every African tribe from the 1 Congo to the Stanley Falls p thous and miles in the interior now has the Bible in its own language There are about 9000 of the na tives in the churches The two de nominations which have been the most successful in this work are the Northern Baptists and Southern I Presbyterians Western Recorder fI Mr Wm H Thompson who graduatedwith class of 1903 of How ard University Law Department pass a satisfactory examination be fore the Fayette County Circuit Court Monday November 7th and was admitted to practice his profes sicn in all the Courts of the State He will leave soon for Jacksonville Fla where he will follow his pro I i essionRev S E Smith D D pastor of the Fourth St Baptist church Owensboro Ky has been called to the pastorate of the First Baptist church Lexington Ky which has been vacant for several months Dr Smith has done an excellent work in Owensboro where he has been for about twelve years and his church there will hardly consent to the change rCriminal assault is not a crime peculiar to the Negro race Either Chicago or New York furnishes yearly by far more cases of outrage on womanhood than the entirp Negro race in the same length of time This statement is no justification of the crime whatever but the Negro ought to be treated fairly he has sins enou without misrepresenta tiotiS W Christian Advocate MAIN ST BAPTIST CHURCH Lexington Ky On the fifth Sunday in October we closed our revival during which we had thirteen converts two by letter and four by walchcare Two converts joined another church which left our additions trom all sources seventeen Much c edit is due the preaching brethren of our churchand to Rev Dunn of Louis ville for the assistance they rendered during the struggle with the enemy of the souls of men We were uuable to get outside help at the time it was needed and so the pastor hal to do the most of the preaching but with these willing arms together with those of faitn ful members to lean upon in times of weakness we knew no failure Ourcoll sctni during the meeting was about 151 84 we closed with a nice baptizing on the fifth Sunday After the revival closed at mid night came the cry You must open and let us in IIWe did so and found a Storm Party at the dooi ladened with things We invitee them in and after the excitement t was over Sister Frye presided al the piano while we all sang Bless he the Tie that Binds after which we kneeled and thanked the Lrc1 for all his benefits We then repaired to the dining room where we found the table ladone withI packages from the following per Sisters Jane Singleton Erne Riley Catie Neal Celia Washington Jul ia Persely Robinson Maceo Washington Laura Phels gave preserves Sisters Francis Hickman Belle Sprangler Christopher New man Laura Phelphs and Master Albert Singleton gave catsup Sis ters Julia Persley Martha Jackson Nannie Shidell gave sugar Sisters Robinson Katie Richardson Mary Singleton Chenault Julia Persley lave potatoes Sisters Rachael Tingleton roles and can corn Julia Higgins and Sue Reed quarterpo k sugar butter Emma Scott bread and hominy Purley can of cram pignon Lcola McKinney oatmeal eneva Hill oatmealand cabbage Sallie Steele can of tomatoes Rev Holmes Socts Storm Party Sscts Sosa Ware salmon We have now turned our atten tion to preparation for the winter I the officers have had stoves put up furnaces overhauled new piping in serted and given the order for coal To meet these expenses we have set a rally for the third Sunday in this month Sister Laura Phelps one of loyal members has underta ken to raise 50 oo for that day Bro H B Britt A B the bans tone gospel singer of Louisville has been engaged by her to appear a5 a lleading character in a sacred concert to be given at the church Nov 17 Admission ro cents R T Frye Pastor Lexington Ky NOTICE The State B Y PU Executive Board is hereby called to meet iir Louisville Ky Now 29 JQo4 at the residence ol W M Parker 205 W Chestnut St at 230 p m and att 730 pm a program will be rendered at Zion Baptist church Rev W H Craighead pastor All mem bers and friends are invited to be present Mrs W M Parker Chair man Mrs M V Duff Secretary Two Successful Meetings Recentl- Y I I Closed r I The Second Baptist Church off Taylorsville has closed a vey iinter I esting meeting Rev L A McCoy of Springfield Ky did the pre ch I ing during the meeting Rev Mi Coy has made great Improve ent as a minister of the gospel he nov clearly sets forth the idea that the Blood of our Lord JJesus Cmris saves from all sin The me ting resulted in nine additions to the church The baptising took lace on the third Sunday in Octob r The Mt Zion Baptist Chu hol Camp Branch closed its one week r y protracted meeting The Rev Charles Wallace of Louisville did the preaching and it was one ol the most interesting meeting of its kind Iever saw Rev Wallace I made quite an impression upon the people as a nung preacher The meeting was ammnud front st rt to fini ti twenty were added to the the rhurch the baptising took place on the Pith Sunday in Octo- b r The people came Iron diff rent parts of the county ti attend tthe baptising The church presented i Rv tllici with a nice sum for bus services C W STONE I 1 NOTICE All Sunday Schools cntmmsing the Consolidated Baptist Educa tional Sunday School Convention your Board met in their first Quar terly Executive Meeting and each school composing the above named convention who were to give for support of Schohrship three cents sendrone third quarterly to Miss Lula A Brown Treasurer Versailtes Ky thtamount received Now to the pas tors and supet in t nderts we hav been a little slow and must give this matter our consideration as the thee balance of the first quarter and all of the second ar von was notiii end by letter more than v month ago I sun yours in Christ H Nuttjr Chairman Paris Ks- ADVANLBD NORMAL COURSE INTRODUCE AT TUSKE GEE INSTITUTE- An Advance J Normal1 Course for teachers of the Common Branches and teachers of Manual Training the Trades and Agriculture will be establishedat the Tnskegee Insti tute September 13 rgj4 the nexl school term The course in c udes a review ofall the element ary sttKiies tht elemttstsof psy chology the history of education general and special methods of teaching management aidschool teaching and practice an adrr irably equipped training school are required Gra uates of Tuskegee and persons ol equivalent education are admiited without examination Persons oi some experience in teaching are accorded specialad 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 ofman ual Draining or 3 ot academi- ranches Address all correspondence to Principal Booker T Wash ington Tuskegee Ala TF ANNOUNCEMENT Please allow me to announc e through your paper that 1 iiav e been appointed as generalagent of a very reliable publishing hous arid any one wishing te earn a hand salary by selling its literature may call to see me at 2609 Bank St rear or write and I will call and agentsthe NOTICE Dear Sisters of Louisville our Board has again started the Mis sionary Mass Meetings here In th city Sunday Nov 13th there will be a Mass Meeting at the Antioch Baptist church Rev G F Wat son pastor at 3 p m The Fonrtl Miscsionary Mass meeting at Howards Chapel Baptist church Rev H Bowen pastor New Albany Ind Let all the members and friends at tend these meetings W M Parker Missionary lAm ny Church nod Sefaool a e4 1 i ht tcIr40 Cmo c4 iILL4J I1tu4 r JJfNOTES OF I I ILOCAL INTEREST Mrs Harriett Gibson of Pewee Valleywas in the city this week j Rev J H Hall preached for the Baptist Church in Campbells ville Ky last Sunday Rev J W Luckett who is now stationed in Nashville was in the city this week visiting nis family Rev E J Fisher D D of Chi cgo was in the city this weeken loute to Atlanta Ga I IAn interesting revival is in prog ress at the Emmanuel Church thisi I week Rev P H Clark is assisting Pastor Perdue The ordinance of the Lords sup per will be administered at Green St f hurch next Sunday afternoon Bishop I B Scott of the M E Church was in the city Monday en route to Boston He sails for Af rica the 19th inst The Mass meeting in the interest Zionechurch last Sunday afternoon was 45000ewas collected for the new chapel which the board purposes to erect A grand concert will be given at Knox Presbyterian churchnext Tuesday night for the benefit ol the church under the direction of Mrs S E Briggs one of our most I t popular singers This effort deserves la good patronage I Mrs Jennie Prather the wife of Dr F W Prather is playing the organ at Knox Presbyterian church She has had much experience as an organist having been organist for seven years in one of the large churches of Baltimore Md The Executive Board of the Gen eral Association will meet next Monday afternoon at Calvary Church As business of great m portance is to be considered every member of the Board and every Mssionary is urged to be present The Ladies Sewing Circle will i holan important meeting at the residence of Mrs R J Harris No 1409 W Chestnut St next Thurs day evening All members are urged to be present to arrange for the annual Thanksgiving Enter tainment for the benefit of the Or plans At the meeting of the Interde m minational Ministers Union al Cinter St churcnjast Monday mor ning Rev i4 G Harris preached an able sermon which was ap Bowcen was olect d Moderator for the ensuing month The meeting nextt month will oe held at Zion church We have been without a pastoi about three months During this time Bro C Scott a nice youn man has officiated We collected from October 14 to Nov 3 19 4 15122 On Nov 4 The Consolidated Bapsist Churl h of Lexington Ky called Rev R Jackson as pastor He is a worthy Christian minister L Gabbert Rev V H Sheppaid and wife the African Missionaries left lastt Tuesday for St Louis after making a lasting impression for good upon the people of Louisville Thev have won many friends both white an black for their work in Central Africa Upon ther return to this cit the last of the month a graid meeting is being planned for Odd Fel llows Hall when many people who Peportunity of doing so At the close oi the revival at the Portland Baptist Church Sunday Rev G W Boiling will preach on the following subjects I rAMU- Dry Bones in the Valley 3 PM e And he had a horn coming out oif his band and there was the hiding of his power 730 PM And iilt shall come to pass in the last days that the mountains of the house o the Lord shall be established pOI the topof the mountains and shall be exalted above the hills and the people shall flow unto iit i Organizerforfollowing appointments Fifth St churchat u am at Lampton church at 7 oclock p m and at Green St at 8 oclock p m in the interest of that work next Sunday S A PASTORS SEV NTEENTH ANNIVERSARY t Last Sunday was a great day at the Fifth St Church and the ser vices of the day were of the mostffimpressive and inspiringI IA committee of ladies anticipating the seventeenth anniversary of Rev JHFrank DtD had cleaned and beautified the church in such a changein tfullyt ted plants ferns and cut flowersttwnich added much to the REV JOHN H FRANK D D t Pastor Fifth St Baptist Church Louisville Ky IIAt the morningi services Rev J H preached the anniversaryI JAtJ HlWeber was ordained to the minis try and Brethren W C F Mason J H Jackson W H Steward N iLi as nS of the church There were a large number of minisand lookpart in the services Dr D A Gaddie preached a most iim LPurcerge will be long remembered The or dination prayer of Bro A H Weber was offered by Rev W H Craigheadand that of the deacons by Rev E W Reed After the ordination services the ordinance of the Lords Supper was adminis tered to the largest congregation that had assembled in the church atI day Every seat was taken and many stood during the services The visiting ministers assisted Pastor Frank in the ser vice In the evening Rev P H sPlene did sermon The choir furnished special music during the day and the solos of Mrs Lucy B Porter and Messrs H B Britt and D W Barnett were much enjoyed Dur ing the day the collection amours to 35000 and Pastor Frank was the recipient of many warm con I gratulations from his own members and from many friends of other congregations On Monday eve fling after service he was treated to a pleasant surprise at his home Rev P H Kennedy is preaching every evening at the church to which all are invited NOTESd atythe YM CA rooms Monday even Nov 14 A splendid program wilt be rendered bv the High School pu pils Admission 10 cents Bro B J Higgs of Zion SundayrSchool will lead the mens meeting Sunday 3 pm subject Elijah or Juniper Tree Christians For sale at the YMCA Mathew Henrys Commentary on the Bible and Butlers Bible Works on the New Testament f Dont fail to send your contribu tion for anniversary of State Uni t- versity Nov 25th to Rev C L D D No 712 W Kentucky PSt Louisvillei Ky t I r t t AMEEICAH BAPTIST 1iJIIJJ 1 lf0 I I TronblaIGotPUI iiilaterdment or settling Indicates an Qtunhealtb condi kidI4 VI o i Hil I nej trouble too r frequent desire to puss It or pain In alsorere ls comfortr sostunSwamp Poot tlo great kidney remedy fulfills every thebacki partthetoold1 water and sc Aiding pain In Inability passing jW or bad effects following use of liquor unpleasantaeccsait oftenduringtimesMutingJ l extralIOODaIhedul of the casesyoutheSollsizesYoudiscoveryZed 1 lure about It both sent itaclutely free by rall Address Dr Kilmer t ptIlea reading this generou offer In this paper Dont m site an mistake but rem 1 I r the nnme Sw tupSoot Dr Kilmer Stnsnp Root and tore address Binghamp uII N Y on every tattle- rr i C B CLAY The TaiLr Twenty Years before the citizens of the j city and you will find me ready 1 to wait on you and sbow you a rood line of samples for both Ladies and Gentlemen I will cut and make you any kind of Garment you want at YOUR PRICE also will Clean Dye and Repair at a rate leas than you can get elsewhere ffarnesty Solicit Your Patronag- Dont forget Name and Place 921 W BROAD WY all or Send postal card or call HOME MONK 3460 and I will call personally RESIBKNCKI527 PRENTICE ST W JORDAN SONS 44W W nut t LOUISVILLE tiFITIIC Mar r aturers of all kiwis of Faun J 3araB and Ices tt Excellent Soda with Fruit Syrups lFor Prices and Quality Excelled By NoneT- LLEPHONE 3408Y Wm Watson I UNDERTAKER It EMBALMERi- iN WCOR CHESTNUT AND lOth I Furnishes Coffins Cases Shrouds klinJ everything for Funerals TJinpt services Reasonable terms t IA1 tiSFACriON GUARANTEED a- iiMSDELL SCHRADER STONE f A COMPANY It Loans and Real Estate Solid n Watcnes Jewelry and all kinds of Merchandise Bought and Sold 539 W Orcon St Louisville Xj J 1a BEIGHBOE8 1 The Elite Photographer flag Duttixwand Framing Specialty HOME PHONE 491B q Walnut SU LouiBViLW K Jians Industrial Club 1 5WWii itStliirts illifK rd by the day or week Lodging for ladies only IHotbaths at any time ficious Soda Water iIce Cream rntu tad girls wfco are strangers I toe city will bud sate eoviroa ats In our dab roes Homo Phone 3670 ii ie t ldenf aRtl 3letaeo ulCeNJace- The following reports were made at the meeting last Monday LamptonS S 140 collection 371 pastor preached two by let ter one for baptism col 5971 Green StS S 75 collection 350 pastor preached one for JI baptism collection 1952 CentennialPastor and Rev E E Russell preached col 1800 Elk Creekpastor preached col lection 854- EmmanuelS S 95 collection 177 pastor and Rev C H Sands preached communion collection 4077BeargrassS S 33 collection 87 cts pastor preached collection 600Mt OliveS S 27 collection 95 cts pastor and Dr Warder preach ed collection 23 60 tiForestSastor preached collection 817 Ninth StS S 50 collection 62 tradeemwatchcase collection 2766 Green CastleS 25 collection 440 pastor preached collection 760Little FlockS S 50 collectio- Ssc pastor and Rev L H Cole man preached communion collec tion 3500 Howard ChapelS S 22 collection 36c Revs S Johnson an Garnett preached collection 325 JeffersontownS S 30 collec tion 3oc pastor preached communion collection 4400 AntiochSS 35 collection 70c 1000eGood ShepherdS S 25 collec tion 300 pastor preached collec tion 200- ZionS b Ito collection 298 pastor preached four additions church collection 2600 Old Folk Home Rally 45500 Scott StationSS 22 collection 28c pastor and Rev Rev J B Jones preached collection 1594- Long RunPastor preached col lection 753 The Conference will meet at Green St Church as usual next Monday morning 0 A CARD OF THANKS To all the members and friends of the Walter D Mays Club whoso generously assisted me in raising a part of the money to build a Chapel and supply needs for the inmates of St James Old Folks Home Colored I wish to extend to you my most sincere thanks and to say further that my Club raised the good sum of one hundred dollars 10000 I am yours for CharitySTfi STfiW D Mays Lexington DIlBlBtera and Dea 1111 KeetlD This body met with the Shiloh Baptist church the following members were present Revs Fuller Taylor R and Wm Jackson Tal bert Halloway Bell Johnson Chin Heed Hawthorne Mayfield A W Harris P H Smith Bush Campbell Creft and D H Wil liamsRev Chin presided and conducted devotional exercises Rev Tay lor led in prayer Dr Hawthorn- was appointed Critic REPORTS BracktownPastor and Rev Williams preached nine by ba ogYPine GroveRev Taylor preach ed collection 110- BethsadiaRev P H Smith preached nineteen by baptism collection 6220- HummingstownS S 22 collection 27cts five by baptism Rev Berry man preached col 230 ConsolidatedS 40 I 84c pastor preached col 700 Williard StRevs Creft andl Hopeweil peeached 4P o LibertyS S 20 collection I5c pastor and Rev E Smith preached collection 405- PleasantgreenSS 65 collection 6oc pastor preached collection 1700 Mt Olive RogeFs GapS S 28 collection 102 pastor preached communion collection 14 40 HustonS S 27 collection 37c pastor preached collection 1335 White SulphurRev Huggins preached collection 2075 Mt Carmel S S 46 collection 5oc pastor preached collection 2680Main StS S 85 collection 65c one by baptism collection 1220 By motion Bro Taylor was ap pointed to preach a sermon fo r critIcism next Monday Adjourned to meek with Liberty Baptist Church next Monday Ben diction by Rev H D Villu ms after listening to an interesting cri que R F Frye Sect RfeetingrI This body met with the Clay St Church Shelbyville Ky Monday Oct 24th Members present Revs MarshallnDudley Murphy Million Mack Wakefield T R and G N But l lerModerator Jones presided and Dudd ley conducted devotional services REPORTS EmineuceS S 30 collection 115 pastor preachedcollectio 4390 Harrods CreekPastor preached collection 6000 Little BensonS S collection 105 pastor preached collection 71x BagdadPastor preached collec tion 496- Chestnut GrovePastor and Rev T R Butler preached coyection 4810 Clav VillagePastor and Rev G N Butler preached collection 1605Shiloh Pastor preached collec lien T2oc- SimpsonvilleRev f P Jones preached collection 300 Clay StS S collection 3 50 pastor and Revs Hampton and Garr preached collection 8220 Adjourned to meet with Eminence Baptist Church Monday after the fourth Sunday in November IMPORTANT NOTICE The Ministers and Deacons Meeting of the Green River Valley Associationwillmeet with the Bap tist Church at McHenry Mines on Thursday before the fourth Lords Day in November 1904 We hope to have a good attendance Rev B Orndorf is getting ready to take care of all that may come and he wishes the brethren to come from all over the state We expect to have a good meetingWm Mod G W Brown Clerk 98 GUYS A S3SOUsaate i uLIuSaSeam Fists UI Pd1l IaT set A IIEWUIT Rte FU ANY IF TIIIII i nlS 1 ICIblTMG Y fYTiatllaZI Sat M d to tar stall ace 1 M7 and U7 whether large or man forage Sad we will aaad you ahIse reu C O D subject to ex You caa cxamlaeUatyoar VezprcM omceand It round perfectly utlsfactory and Neil U mils MM ta fear teal fU ourSpecialOEbr IdeaeILlo lade with ROUBLE SEAT aid alealatest 1300 itito M wads has- ystlal MaWnlfltcwIai aUMt 1Caa1 Beat baodiome pattern tIDe t iiad Soriafs asilts a boy orpartatwaaldloeroaOaG ro razz CLOTH IUIIPLU 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Saturday Th service and equipment is strictly np to dateRound Trip and Low rate ore way tickets art on sale v a from Iron Mountyin or Mifctiouti Pacific Ry f om all principal puins in U e ea t Por berths reservation and full information add ess any representative Missouri Pad fic Iron Mou turn system or R T 8 Matt hews T P A room Sot Norfon Bid Louis t villa Ky or M C Townsend P and T A Sr Louis I 1 r It r Si I I A M V J IfJAJ JfM 1 JWTOAY BTOVEMBEB 111904 SUNUAY SCHOOL LESSON L SUNDAY NOVEMBER 20 rISAIAHS MESSAGE TO JU DAH Isaiah 11 9 16 20 Motto TextCzase to do evil learn to do well Isa 116 The vision of Isaiah the son of Amos Isaiah was a young man who was of royal1 blood He proph esied in Jerusalem for more than a forty years He began in the reign of Uzziah in which both Judah and Israel were at the height of pros perity Israel was ruled by the great Jeroboam n by tar the greatest of a the kings who ruled in the northern kingdom Uzziah and Jeroboam had extended their kingdoms till the two embraced all the kingdom of David Wealth increased greatly and the worldly prosperity was equal to that of the golden days of Solomon But the usual consequences followed the great prosperity Jeshurem waxed tat and kicked The people in their pursuit of riches forgot God The vices of prosperity ran rampant as is shown in the burning words of Hosea And the punishment of their corruption drunkeness and debauchery came upon them The Assyrians began to invade and cut them short The great harvests teased and their crops were scanty Suffering and poverty followed their prosperity Prophets thundered the denuncia tion of their sins The days before o their punishment came were very much times as this country has had the last few years And our devo tion to material things and forget fulness of God has been as marked It is well to study the punishment of JudahHear 0 heavens and give ear k O earth Well might the heavens and earth be astonished at such perevrse conduct of the people who had been blessed by God I have nourished and brought up child en and they have rebelled against me They refused to obey his command I ments they even worshipped false gods yet God had done so much for them tThe ox knoweth his owner and the ass Ids masters crib Even dumb animals showed rnlre com a mon sense To put the sini of Judah on the lowest grounds It was against their own interests Why could they not have as much sense as the ox an J realize this hul Israel dotll not know my people doth not consider Like sinners of all generations The folly of sin is as great as its wickedness Ah sinful nation a people laden iniquity Weighedi down with sin guilty beyond any words at baiahs 1 1ommand tA seed of evil doers children that are corruptcrs Their I lathers had been evildoers they are worse They not on y die wrong but they led others into sin This is Ithe worst of villianies for a man to sin is human alas to attempt others to sin is devilish They t have Jorsaken the Lord they have provoked the Holy One of Israel to I angerThey not only forsaken the God but they were defiant of their wickedness Look at our cities i today read the awful accounts ot the corruptions which were found in Washington City last year and consider if Isaiahs words might not have been written of this country They have gone away backward They were very prosp rouse and boasted the progress their country had made But what is wealth when men and morals decay What it profit a nation if it gtin the world and lose its own soul 1 1shall punishment had come sure swift They had suffered greatly the incursion of the 353 rians a from plague from faminine c Why shouldyc be striken any more 7will revolt more and more God bad chastisedthem sorely Isaiah asks despairingly what was 11- t the use of it The severerthe cnas c i F 7 I y iti H r II nUu u IIVJ VuV I IL ed Prosperity had led them into sin adversity had failed to bring them to repentance What was to be done with such a peopleIThe last clause of verse 5 and verses 6 and 7 refer to the chastise ments of God He had beaten them with rods on all parts of the body There was no fresh place for him to strike The severest chastisements of all kinds known among men had fallen on them repeatedly God had triedever thing if they continued in their sins there was nothing left but to sweep the ten tribes off theI landand this God at last did during the life time of Isaiah Do not for get that all these punisments were sent in love and mercy to win them from their sins And the daughter of Zion is left as a cottage in a vineyard as a lodge in a garden of cucumbers a- scityZion was one of the hills on which Jerusalem was built and the name is used for the city A small cottage was built in the vineyard in which a watchman stayed during the time of the vintage When that was ended the cottage was Ileft and standing empty in the midst rf the bare vines it was a picture of deso lation Cucumbers were largely raised as a food lor the poor and a temporary structure even less than the cottage of the vineyards was built in the gardens There is noth ing more barren and desolate than such a garden when the cucumbers had been gathered and the vines were dead Except the Lord of host had left unto us a very small remnant we should have been as- Sod011lGod does not leave him self without witness For the elects sake a guilty country is spared ten righteous men would have saved Sodom Isaiah reminds his people in these words what may be their fate when Gods patience is exhaus ted They had suffered much the had not yet been destroyed Let them beware In the verses which are omitted from the lesson the people made efforts to recover the favor of God but they were wrong efforts Thev gave money freely for sacrifices They observed the outward cere monies of the religion but they continued in their sins To give money and to observe rituals is ver easy for fallen human nature Isaiah told them what to do Wash you make you cltan put away the evil of your doings front before mine eyesThat was what God Irequired We know that the only way to was away sin is in the atoning blood of Christ Cease to do rl learn to do well It will be a work of difficulty for evil doers to learn to do well The prophet goes on to tell some of the things they must learn to do Seek the judgement In everything endeavor to be just Justice is the founda tin of all the great virtue Re leivc the oppressed judge the fath erless pleadfor the widow Jus tice must precede mercythere can be no true mercy without it Wi dows and orphans are especial objects of Gods care toetherReligion thing Though your sins be of scarlet they shall be white IS snow What a glorious promise to sin men But the foreiveness of their sins would not free them from the duty of obedience to God Nay verily it would give them the spirit of obedience which would make them delight in doing the will of God a IIMPORTANT NOTICE The Ministers andl Deacons Meeting of the Green River Valley Association will meet with the Bap List Church at McHenry Mines on Thursday before the fourth Lords Day in November 1904 We hope to have a good attendance Rev H Orndorf is getting reaVy to take care of all that may come and ho I wishes the brethren to come from all over the state We expect to have a good meetingWm Mod G W Brown Clerk 1 rrL 4 1 p L S IIr fIIliOtsllae UGcuu The DecMiiber DiiiiPitor wi hit lurnvatfe of ifiioil direr and 1IthIrhiliv will be weliHriued in rVcry home Tic fashion pages are unusually nrrrHcrive Illustrating and describing the very latest modes in a way to nutke their construction during the busy feftlvn p aaou a pleaare iuttead of a ittk tnd the literary and pictorial feature are of rare excellence A selection ofL ve Soup from the Wagner Oprni r n dered into Euglixb by Richard de Gal lienne aud beautifully illustrated In colors by J C Leyendecker occupies a prominent place aud a chapter In the Compooera Series iuirest sillr ole xneuttd to th lyric A vdry dIvet paper entitled Tiu Court Ciiele of tue Republic describe cools unique phase of Washington social life is liom an unnamed contributor who IB aid to write Crow the inter circles of Short stories ate from tbe tilJcittY1 UopkiuBoa Smith Robert Graut Alice Br wn Mary Stewart Cutting and fcl more Billot PeAke and nucu interest writers as Julia aKrudertL Franc Ilug aud Grace MacGowuu Cooke tbe attention oi cue children Many Christmas suggestions are given in neeule work and llie Cookery pages are redolent of tbe Ch iatmas feast in addition there are the regular depart ment of the magazine with many spe cial articles on topics relating to woman interdflte within and without Lie home Phelps Hall Bible Training School Connected with the Tuxkegee InBti tuted Tuskegee AJa often exception al opportunities to young men wishing to prepare for the Christian ministry The chief alms of the Bible Train lug School are to give young colored men and women a comprehensive knowledge of the entire Euglisb Bible and to 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