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I f ri 1 I 3 I I D x I AMERICAN6t BAPTISri z I i L y I rVO i XXVI NO XKS3 LOUISVILLE KY FRIDAY DECEMBER 9 1004 ESTABLISHED 1879I rrHAVE FAITH IN GOD i God never would seud you the dark Were If He felt you could bear the light gutdtI t ing baud J If the way were always bright And you would care to walk by faith eightrSo he Mends you the blinding darkness And the furnace of veufold heat TIB the only way believe me- T kelp you oloae to his feet I wanderIWhen our lives are glad and sweet Then neotle your hand in your Fathers AndsloR if you can as yon go Your tong may cheer a me one behind yon- Whose courage is slukiug low And een If vour lips do quiver God will love you the better H- OSeJected WOMENS WORK I Knir Tlitt teller should have proceeded the one I puMuhcil in the iUu iutue of this paper Vtt reached Red House Sunday Sep- tt tember 20th at 1180 a m round Mrs Amelia Hugeleys carriage in awaiting for uw Heralster Mrs Susie Wbit drove UK to the church wbere we found a large congregation assembled an Interesting revival being conducted by Rev Emory o Richmond Pastor HrrN wa absent but bad arranged for ur meeting After morning aervines were driven to the home of Mrs Xle s where she had prepared an Kent dinner At 8 oclock pm we tied to church found a large con tlou bad assembled tbe church- ill to the d ior one half of tbe egatiou was white Rev Embry hrdjan excellent strmoo and after usual oolltction wv were Introduced t r tintudlnor nnd tlert to mat r nlttln the rlatiUH of our HuHrd upon thnrntlie RtptUt Woman hood 01 Kentucky Glad to say we found tbi society actively at wirk with shirr Huuel aM president Afrrr we hul couelded our talk a collection of 14 06 was given the following named pet ous contributing 25 cents each 1 Brethren Sidney Smith Samuel R Hugeley Jaiue Oltfbam BistTsl Annie llrmlley Kltr nt Pdelps Susie White and Callle Hunter On Monday morning WM are of for Rclimond Rev Embry hiving kindly consented to lake us in hie buggy VV nprnt the day with IlirnnddUH family aim left at 280 p in fur Parrin SIt the night with Dr WebMtr family an was oil on an early ji utoruiiitf train fur Maynlluk via elena where we took Mtaue line and drove tol Mayslick where wt found Rev f F Lmdtay the fahhiul pastor awaiting not We were pleasantly entertained In tilt comfortable home of Mr and Mi Storey At tight otlly a small an uei Ctt gtl UM as this was tbe tlrml tiaY of the fair Rev Liudsay im 1Irrtlilivuly conducted devotrnal at er war waking a tiong appeal for our walk We were introduced and a cola lection 160 was Kin us the follow i ig runs nirlbuiiig 25 cents eacu s K v 1 F Lindsay Bo B njaunn r reu star Mary A Green Mary Nekton Amy Hmry We were off at 6 a ui by lage lint for May vllle a die theIhistoric tuwu p wblchpito my town In nil Kentucky Reaching Maya t Pricetawaiting us gU h Bettl CleiuuioiiH during our stay here ttnjo1edUI Rev Piles kindly UB a t two nines In the country to visit our t a IIOM brand Mies Mary E Btittou whM 1pic mil u meet her mother anti Wiiuut we found quitw aged but active Glad to dud them so comfortably situ i I ted tu their beautiful country home t At 8 p m a large appreciative audi e lace aimembled at the first church which has for ita pastor Rev W J Price who is doing a cotnmeuda dieItlBCUoU TI iu opttou g tbe set vice effectively read Utnu Psalm Praidlug Elder White oft th MK connection ofierea a fervent prayer We were iutroduovd in a happy manner by Riv Price who his Nrralways berg one aw ug the strung ad0 v cater uf our school and women i I work U tbe state Ere we Sad finished g J our appeal a collection of 6 0 was gt fB for the saws toe following named ptravua coniribufng MUs Nannie Weed 100 for a trust melD elbIt JUT W J M Price Md 8 A WhU itrHbN sae Ckeek Caarley Gordea 7fIti Jtfct Ckambtrs JiaUrfI AUrtf JB Tgkte 1W Otrtwi MalUilt JKiumt I Jt iQyithd Marshall 25 cents efiijl1 totaij amount collected 525 At 9 a m we were off for Newport via the C AO a distance of 60 miles reaching this point we were soon comfortably located at No 21 Houthgate street the com jrtajile home of deacon JWinston where u sister Wiuston and our faith ul tittle iviend MMB Emma welcomed ue Rev Har din called to inform us that our communication had not beeu received hence we were unable to hold a meet log so we left for Coviugtoo nest niorn lug and went at once to Dr Wards home and from there to the homo of Rev Drane shoos amiable wife re calved us kindly Spent a day and night with them and the remainder of our time with our old home friend Miss Annie Million No 1006 Madison Ave where every comfort was ours Fri day night we spoke to asmall audience a Thirteenth Street church Rev G W Ward D D the honored pastor gave us a hearty welcome and intredu coo us after impressively conducting devotional A collection of 250 was given the following persons contributing 25 cents eacb Rev G W Ward brethren Dennis Delaney Willis sisters Lottie Spears Mary LeeII Annie Humphry Susan Taylor Sunday morning attened IHevI and the school responded to our ap I peal by contributing 188 to the work We remained to morning ser ilce and greatly enjoy d the sernnon preached by the pastor and was introduced and received a 1127 tle follow ing persons contributed cents eauh brethrenGilbert Sanders Wm Ellison aarah Smith Bettie Yates Was glad to see the interest manifested Rev Drane hrs done a commendable work here and deserves great encouragement At 780 p m we were on for Falmouth upon reaobing that point cOlerane81dInAd we would have to walK quite a die tauce to our usual utoppiig place we decided to take next train for Cynthia na where we went to Rev Johnson and was assigned to Htop with sister Smith where our stay was made most pleanant At 8 oclock we viaited the church and vas pleased to find a large audUdce awaiting us Rev Johnson impreasivel conducted devotional ex ercises afterward introducing us A collection of S301 was given Rev J Johnson bretnren W B Coleman and G W Braxtozi sisters Abbie Burns Mary Watson Florence Blantou and Belle Washington gave 25 cents each Tuesday morning we were off for Lex ington ei route to Midway stopped off in Lexington to have laundry done preparatory to attend conv noun UIB carne week Returning to station ve found that C fc O did not stop at Midway and we were compeliei tore main all night in Lexington which we spent at Rev S P Ycungs Leaving Wednesday morning per appointment for Frankfort reaching this point we fouud Rev W R Payne and our ever faithful friend Mrs M L Brooks awaiting us spent the day quietly in her beautiful home We went to thtt depot at 745 to see the delegates to the Bapti t Womens Educational Conven tion past through en route to Lexing ton and was amply repaid for our hearts were made to rejoice wizen we raw that noble body of Christain wo meg Sorry we could not join them nut our work was not as yet complete could not remain until train left as we h id an appoiuton nt to hold a mass meeting at First Baptist church Ere we reached oturoh a number had left owing to the latenes of the hour Dr W R Payne however impressive ly conducted devotional service and introduced us to the faithful few who kindly remained We found the soul ety alive and willing to do whatever was In their power to make the work collectirtnrof 410 was given us follows Mrs Mary Hanoi ok 100 for annual membership Rev W K Payne brethren T L Brooics V W Wilson B D Maftaon tWm erlVlrRlnl1iBrooke donated 2fi cents each We war off at 9 a m in company with Mrs ilrooks onr faithful Sao for Lexington in attendance of the 22nd annual see eion of our Convention where we were ibis by the help of the Lord to report 444 01 collected during the fivmobth work as missionary Our total receipts allsonroe reaching 144488 JJACISONe ChangeY c the course of a storm by tearing down tj BignalB that gives warning of its approach N itiir cro you cure lit Yongeb s Lung Balsam in which iberefsno opium cus 1I oa e 4W iogre luQId teeacie Iti sujs the iuffasiatioa in ride you br the WKCRE that slope pp tbf t Jd Ii t J b i TO KENTUCKY BAPTISTS wBeloved We are nearing Christmas the supposed bb tblhiof our Lord Chriijuiasia observed as a day of good cheer spreading joyful news 10 dispon deut and bleeding hearts about us and to those far away Tbe Foreign Mission Board has been here in your midst for nine years Whatever reputation Negro Baptists have for worldwide mittsioas they have made with Louisville Ky is headquarters There are four young mer direct from Africa in your own State University They have been there since school opened and I have paid Dr Puree only 600 on their tuition Tueseyoung mer are given to you by their parents in far off Africa for Chris tian training I went to an expense of JJOOO for printing and postage urging Kentucky pastors to take an after collection that I pay Dr Puroe and only brethren Revs ii C Turpin C C GoltiK D A Gaddit Wui H Leavell E P Marrs W Je Glover W Augus tuj Jones sari Hall responded When I offered to take tbe young men out for some c ncerto to raise the money that Dr Puree might not carry all the burdens the following i a letter from a Baptist pastor acting on the vote of officers of a Baptist church 1Ky Nov 80 1904 Rev L G Jordan D D- Louisville Ky Dear Brother and Sir Ycur Iletter and contents noted with care I put it before the officers The church has a standing rule that one half of proceeds must be given to the cbnrcu and they will make OU no exception If you wish to come under these terms you can do so You are to furnish tickets and Mils What is to become or these students iftlU wayWIatchurches How win our Lord deal with such anti missionary people I am heart sore over tbe heartlessness of many who seem to be in our Baptist churches for what they can get out of them Now Brother Pastor if you will not give an aftur offering will not help Darkest Africa do not intend obeying the Great Shepherd whose flock you are paatoring or fleecing in feat if you are a real missionary Baptist and not a time server do write me what to do in this oriels Read tbe Herald carefully and if you can do anything write me Write me something before you sleep again Yours in His Name L G JORDAN 726 W Walnut sf Louisville Ky FOR OVER SIXTY YEARS Mrs Winslow Soothing Syrup has been used forover 60 years hy millions of mothers for their children while teething with perfect success It soothes the child softens the gums allays all pain cures wind colle and i the best remedy for diarrheas It will relieve the poor little sufferer immediately Sold by Druggists in every Pars of the world Twentyfive cent a bottle Be sure and ask for Mrs WInslow oothing Syrup and take no other Thanksgiving in Midway Ky Thanksgiving Diy was a great day with the Pilgrim Baptist church at Midway Ky We had just closed a two weeks meeting with quite a success We had 14 happy converts to tbe Chris tale faith so on Thanksgiving Day we went to the water by order of theohur nod administered the ordinance of lisp tism Rev Edward Board presente- them to the Lord in baptism The long drouth caused us to change the order of our prayers to some exten gooLord thae vineyard but now we are praying for more wa er to be sent in this part of the 1end eWe had tho help of the Rv John Henderson of Lexington who is agreat favorite with our church Both saints and siuatrs commended his independ ence in defending our Gods words do teHe is one of those evangelists who do not disgrace the words of our Master by to hoodwinking and tricking people Into the church He seems jto Impress one thut he has staked all of ble usefullieas on the Apostles instruc tion to Timothy when ha card to him Preach the wird i In order to show aim there was appreciation te tall str vfoMr on the lutnigbt of car meeting adj fIt Ih1m l rJfee to te1oSN k Itleart o- aieter r Hercdef4on Ailiet r tr 1J IJt 4 I all resorted to the church to be entertained by the Sunday School In the programme the writer oraa down for the Thanksgiving Sermon The sue cess wa delightful and the Sunday Soho I realized about 15 00 for their work On the whole it was a great day with us While the people were so highly elated we done nme work for State University our report is in the hands Oi Dr Puree After the second Sunday in December 1904 we will go into our winter quarters We are in our thirtyfourth year as pastor built iu this place two church houses and to day Nov 29 the church is due me only 1400 Mr Editor dont you think thats a pretty good showing I bave to my credit 8 preachers that I baptised who are honored with the high sounding title of Doctor of Divinity viz Bates Harris and Lindsay This isi too long- J K POLK Midway Ky IL One Hundred Ten Poor Children Fea and Made Happy In view of the fact that there were many homes all over this country where umptuousi feasts were spread Thanksgiving and realizing there were many poor especially poor children who were without food even bread over which to give thanks the Wo mans Industrial Club sent out a letter to a number of friends soliciting do natiocB of provision with which to Rive a dinner to such poor children as we could reach Our request was giv en a hearty response and as a consequence 110 children were ted and made happy and their happiness made us glad despite tbe effort it post UB The donations are as follows corn and to matoes Miss Ella Scott Mrs Susie Howard Mrs Wm Brown Mrs Lizzie Parker Miss stella Carter Mr Ed wins ThomBP frs Ethel Drake Mr Warfleld Carpenter Mrs W H Perry Mrs A P Anderson Mr Alice Law rence Mrs Anna Gray Miss Lucas Mrs W H Holland Mrs Mary Shack leford Unknown PearMr Chas Parham Mrs Shackleford Coffee and Sugar Mrs M M Littlejobn Laura Clay One jar pickles and tomatoes Mrs Annie Gray Coffee Mrs West Flour and beans Mrs Rebecca Dick el Ion Apples onions and tomatoes from a friend who would not give her name Twenty loaves of bread White side Bakery MeatJoe Eels Bread Mr Hawkins Irish Potatoes Mrs Kate Morris Sweet potatoes Mrs Kate Tandy Donation of money MS Albert S White 35 cents Mrs Alice Crutoher 26 Mr and Mrs Cosby 60 cents Mis Fanny Berry 25 cents Mrs Della Hardesty 15 cents Mrs Malinda Smith 6 cents Rev W A Jones 25 cents Mrs Minnie Jones 26 cents little Lauretta Jouoa 10 cents little Spugeon JOlla 10 cents W A Jones Jr 10 cents Mr H B Britt 15 cents Mrs Ida Stew ard 10 cents Mr Bronson 35 cent Jes she Cook 10 cents Mr Higgs 26 cents Miss L Crittenden 10 cents Mrs Millie Ford 25 cents MM Jamie 20 cents Miss N H Bui roughs 100 We are indebted to Mrs W M Parker Misses Bessie Lucas and Georgia Moore for the help they rendered In preparing tbe food and serving the dinner We thank one and all who gave anything to administer to the physical need of those grateful little hearts on Thanksgiving Day Thankfully NANNIE H BURROUGHSPresident Louisville Ky Throat Sore Theres no telling what a sore throat waydUncertain remedies often cause dangerous delay Make a cure sure with centurytcroupdcoughs and all kindred troubles Keep it by you for an emergency It never falls Avoid substitutes theres but one Painkiller Perry Davis 26 and60c A TRIP TQNICHOLASVILLE KY We left onr home Monday Nov 14th and reaobsd the above named place At otalook p m We were met by Rev CC Coins and were then carried tohia coy home where we met sister Goins wbo welcomed na to their hospitality Slater QoK ia Indeed a noble Christian w An and worker fog Christs came After we had refreshed ourselves wo u ItOCJmpante4 by Rev Going and weItwftffctf t wMUag ptMQ r arrival H TcentiBaptist MW11iLth per eefyl prquarter QUARTERLIES centsAdvancedJaaisr a 72O-V Story new ijf per ot71 per quarter I HOME 0n ptryttrlTonnrcentsBoysandGlrls 22Oar12T01G1CThe alxypcprictt are all for clubs offior more jurIJiblIca1CAnsrlessons30I GospelspapercoverI e American Baptist Publication Society WESTERN HOUSE 1407 Olive Street St Louis Mo We b vat the work and bv the helpr tba Holy Spirit and tbe faithful mem bera we opened fire upon the devil camp and there we labored for ten dare reaching hard each night and proud to say that we closed with twelve addi tion We Jeft the hush full of life and inspiration to do greater work for the cause of Jet ovate Rev gains is doing a great work in Nioholasville and great commendation is due him for his work Pastor and chuich are in harmony with each other We take this opportunity te thank the good people of N cbolasvllle for their kiudurer r ur Ill llpbhars- and pray that path and Market Streets for may rest urLW r MBRIDE City p people p w HARROW Div hHarrodaburg GNIVERtS1 eake S U Rah rahTT nbinS 11Hurrab1 i dtate University rah rah rah Xo x reportedlast ents teachers and friends collected and gave ou that day three hunured and seveityttye dollop Since that report the amouut hoe passed tbe four hundred dollar mark noblyWullwas not reaobrd enough was done to BUOW that the institution lives in the hearts of tier jewels Deacon H C Haley and family were with us Sunday evening he alau states tuat his vacation will allow him to be with us next Suuday Dr Pnrcd preached the sermon tart Sunda inorfcuig for Dr Parrlsh at the reopening of Calvary Everybody seems delighted with the sermon Cat vary never look d so beautiful before Everybody is praising Calvary and improvementsMr ae leader of the choir at Calvary and solo singing is Winning lot iiiiuself a name in the mueioa- world On account o the illueas of Mr W H tlteward Sunday Mi a Vernetta Au dersou presided at tbe organ instead of Mrs Steward We hope for Mr Steward a speedy recovery Mrs Rev R H C Mitchell while on her way to Chicago spent few hours at the University visiting her son and friend Her short stay wss enjoyed by all She ia eli sunshine and loveIThe young la tea and most of tbe young men atte ded Calvary Sunday morning to witness the reopening Dr and Mrs Parrith hon red the anuiversares by presenting a set of UulverdityTneyChimes Taey run from the Presidents offlcd to the chapel the Prof bedroom in tbe boy dormitory and the matrons room Iu the girls dorml tory thus saving the President many step Next Monday week it eeniorle day Irt the chapel All frlendclire welcome UiM1 iala rt0keouapiut several 47 iI nrJAft Aa ajojftl l atfiy aoyery t 1 1jj LESSON LEAFLETS Bibleaster IcenteukPrimaryptrfifritrlPictureper ttl t per quarter lBible Lesson Pictures 75ctnti trquarter I DEPARTMENT SUPPLIES centsAdvancedber lrll r 0 e I II M M I t much Site is just a bundle of pan shine and good aheer a I There will be communion at Berean 7 next Sunday evening Bereau Sunday School under the an perintendeucy Pofrof Brown donated teu dollars to the rally That is tbe r banner school in the rally J l 4JJt WOMENSmilK outrTa Jackson will 111 this foU- Intmentsass Agt in the Interest of EduVentlinPass Ag clegeburg 1T8fromi 9stanAubrle etoroute Illeto 11 tsburgI 1211 Jld I 16 V I IconvIiIe1Qrango nlaBrownsboro I 17 Pewee VaUtYII 18 Anchcjage I 1920 UeargrasR Louisville I 21 PortlalldI II 22 Parkland It rc QS Antiioh IIff4Hill StreetI II 25 New BurgI rr S Jeffreontown2SState Board 8 Y P U Louisville 29 Littlii Flock Louisville CISO State University Deo 1 2 Emmanuel Limsvllle 4 Parkland Co 4 PnrtJandIt I 4 I Cood Shepherd II Q New Hopes It tl Mt OliveII II SimpsousvillegTaylorsvllle If 9 Camp Branoher 1QlI Fairfield lg t Pastors and Presidents of University Societies are requested to meet our rep resentative upon her arrival make ar rangements for her entertainment and suitable announcement for tbe meet- Ing We are making a strong effort to 1tttio tion of a New Dormitory for State Unl varsity and to make our Convention this year the greatest and best in Us history We need the support and en couragomeut of every friend In this movement and trust our hope will DSJ realized Vane by order of the Board of Mans gore LIZZIK CTTTBMDBH Chairman Luoy FLINT Secretary ti- EXS lIIE B ATENT it TtAstac I Alrt Qp I CalhrfaiRrs itnroae sbadta a altutch aaAMquick ttdeatloasaaceeutln our epntkta w air t sent ton Oldoit BjfSficy ftPWautakes to k L lsesltp+ datratlca- A art alt Iatd1 eu tun etnrii s f r 34oM JIJ ir c 1T Ii C r ltii f9l Ct rI AMJffilCAH BAPTIST DECEMBER 9 1904 t w AiTRICANiIPIISirCSTABLI8UED PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY OFFICE 710 FIFTH ST LOUISVILLE KY 4R YtaUft in advance 125 MONTHS 9S fHRB MOUTHS t do MTONB COPY PREEI Dee pa v or wUllnd fivosutmea 0 4- Yb dWe aW Midyear paper shows a what r1r It MTVts both M s receit and what lM i J pcofar m tfcaBOt beta gtota within two ot mw fcsffWI JMef mraeat Mtifyus Ayr w j a e1 err deep ia Post om a a- Odm M ItrttMnR M M enw or delay i K7nr M paper wI11III payer Is regularly mailed itrbscrtbera uniil adefinite r4ert4iiM BtlriueU received sad tb avaacrlptiaa paid In- Vtt N Ike the the enter it LITellFRIDAY DECEMBER 9 1904 A case of peculiar interest was tried in this city last week when a white property owner attempted to evade a specific contract to sell a peice of property to a purchaser because at the time he made the contract he did not know that the party was a colored man and that had he been in possesion of that information he would not have made the contract The Court held that such a reason lor not comply ing with a specific contract was in valid and that such a reason was not sufficient in the absence of other andmore consistent ones Or in other words that the color of a man could not be advanced as a sufficient cause for failure to carry out an agreement Perhaps the sentiment behind this contention does much to operate against the advancement oi the race for it prevents many a colored man from removing from congested and immoral districts pP hFlIbpc of placing his amtt under more helpful andencourag ref inviroments but persistence as w n displayed in this case will ha wholesome effect and will ive1m endeavopreJIv elevate the race by securing h hrinI i ucitiescities despite the hinderancesw- whi b are so frequently placed inI LI I the way rI TilE decision of the Court of Ap1 peals in accord with precedents formerly laid down ordering the votes of the two precincts in the J Ninth District cast for Judge Ben fOfConKless who want an honest vote aldaD honest counting off votes at elections There was no charge of fraud for all admitted that the votes were f cast for Judge Bennett but were simply omitted from the count be 1 cause of the carelessness or negligence of the election officers These officers were willing to remedy the error but the Cou ty Commissioners would not permit it because that oflaofl view of the question and ordered the votes to be counted The court knew that this decision would change the result of the election but it is right and the right must prevail Such decisions give the people a higher regard for the law and the courts and gives the assur I ante that their property and their sacredlyIJtIj THERE are some things about the Southern people hard to understand findingtout During the campaign they were denouncing President Roose velt about his attitude on the race question and in this way aroused the little enthusiasm that was displayed in that section in the Presi dential election Now they are vie bigotherin their effort to linduce him to vjsit the South at an 1 I i early date and are arranging to give I him a hearty aud elaborate wel come Several large cities have j already extended invitations and others are to follow This is a fitting and appropriate tning to do and as the President has not changed his views upon any of these questions it is hoped that the Couth is now willing to reconize his position of being the President of all the peo ple WE seldom have anything to say in these columns about our affairs and yet this is perhaps the most economical way of reaching our readers In putting in a new press anda new engine some time ago we were compelled to contract a large debt which we have beeo un able to pay on account ot slow collections Our subscribers who are in arrears could greatly overcome by kindly remitting the amount due this office The label on each paper indicates the time to which the subscription is paidthus i Jan 04 indicates the subscription is paid to that time Please read yonr label this week and if you are in arrears go to the Post Office and send us the arrount due and if this is not possible send what you can and in this way help us out A remittance addressed American Baptist Louis ville Ky will reach us promptly THEflong drouth almost unpre dented in this state was broken lasT Saturday by rains from the Rig Sandy to the Tennessee line and while not copions and sufficient they did much to lesson the suffering which the farmers especially have endured for months Every green thing had withered and ponds springs and streams everywhere were dry and the outlook was very discouraging Railroads were haul ing water to supply engines and in some cases were even supplying water for some small towns Far mers drove stock miles to water and in some cases had to dispose of j rtrhI preac tbdkIbOi1S e wee theywith them when they war ching done and their chur red and sinners brought Iso ist May he live long and J ia good He never gets hoa- ithstanding he preaches and with eat conkembers of the State eachers Association and Friends of Education of Ky The colored teachers of the State will hold their 28th annual meeting at Lexington Ky December 27 29 1904 The first session will open promptly at 2 pm Tuesday Dec 27th and the entire meeting will he conducted with due regard for punctuality and dispatch The last four meetings of our As sociation have attracted a large body of Teachers and a consider able number of persons interested in the cause of education and the progress of mankind They have been brimful of instruction and inspiration No one has attended any of the meetings who has expressed anything but complete satisfaction for the time and money invested The program for the coming meeting has many attractive feat ures It will be full of interest frcm beginning to end Our special guests this year are Prof Kelly Miller Washington D C State Superintendent J H Fu qua Supt C M Merry Covington President W G Frost Berea Col lege Let all planning to attend the meeting write to Mr Walker Graves 333 Ohio St Lexington Ky Chairman of the Reception Com r mittee who will procure homes for visiting teachers I When you purchase your ticket I pay full fare to Lexington and secure a certificate certifying to the same This will permit you toI return home for one third fare Be on hand atthe opening of first session Kentucky expects each one 1J her teachers to do his dutyII F L Williams President W C Jordan Secretary l NEWS AND NOTES Rev JE Rankin DD until two years ago President of Howard Uni inICleveland O recently He was a well known educator The total cost of the Philippine Exhibit at the St Louis Expositions uas about 1500000 and the re ceipts 512967 Of the deficit the Exposition pays 180423 and the balance is paid bv the Philippines qgmts teachers and IColored tof write sick and acci dent insurance Liberal policy can earn 7540 to 300 no monthly Experience unnecssarv Ad dress Lock box 15 St Louis If vou are pers rrally interested in Oklahnmp theBlnck mans Ta naan the farmers paradise and the colored farmer best and last chance write to mend I will gladly give you anv desired information Address Dr H VV Conrad Drake Building Guthrie Oklahohia I The official vote for Klentnckv was 217170 for Parker and 205 277 for Roosevelt a Democratic majority of 11893 This shows a falling off of 27729 ffor th4 Dpmn cratic and 21 524 for the Republican vote in the Presidential Ivote of 1900e1I Among the nominations sent to the Senate last Tuesday bjf Presi dent Roosevelt was that of Dr W D Crnm to be ollector of ustoirs at Charleston S C It iis understoon that the Democratic Senators will no longer continue their op osi ion and he will be confirmed I Mr E W Lan e of Frankf rt Ky and Mrs Alice Anderson oft Mays ville Ky were married T ursda e lnK Qi 4Igo43t of the bride Mr Lane jis onl of the leading colored men f thstate and is at present connectr 1 1wit the Revenue Service The 1 Tide is a charming and popular 1lr dy n many accomplishments Acting Secretary Oliver d rented the discharge without hor or off Private John T Smith H spits 1 Corps stationed at Fort Mot NJJ who is said to have married a col ored woman and whose dis harge was recomended by Gen rant commanding the Departm nt of the East In the official stat men t given out at the War Depar men t in dieposirg of the case is Stated that Private Smithmarried a wo man ot bad character whose previi ous marriage his not been 1 ema nated by the death of her hu band or by any form of legal separ lion The report of the Commis loner of Immigration shows that 8112870 immigrants were admitted tcl this country during the last fiscal lyear and that their moral intellectual and physical qualifications Iwere improved This is a decrease CP 47 176 for the year Of the aggrJgate steerage immigration during th year 767933 came from Europe 26186 from Asia and 18751 tpom all other countrys The greatest number of immigrants 1931296 came from Italy a decrease oJ 37 326 from last year while 1771156 came from Austria Hungary side cruse of 28856 145141 from feus sia 46380 from Germany ant increase of 6294 38626 from ling land an increase of 12408 361142 from Ireland an increase of 932 27763 from Sweden a decrees off 18265 23808 from Norway aide crease of 653 11343 from GreJce decrease of 2747 and 11092 fifcm Scotland an increase of 4949 IAt the various seaports of etUnited States 7994 aliens re excluded during the year 4 8 baing paupers 1660 diseased E35 convicts and i j oi contract la- boBELLStMM AUo j Church tad fefcwl feda owitror1 TbeA JIUiLo Quarto Centennial of State U 1II versify and Tenth Anniversary of the Presidency of Rev C L Puree D D These two important events among Baptists were appropriately I observed last week Thursday Eve audlencl3ssembled to celebrate the Quarto Centennial of State University which was op ened in this city in 1879 The Choir of the church undtr the direction pf Miss Nellie L Frye rendered an anthem whichwas I much enjoyed Rev P H Kennedy D D read Matt 5 and Rtv jj E P Marrs D D offered prayer II After another anthem by the choir j Mr W H Steward Chairman of the Board of Trustees gave a Vtry j interesting historical account of the institution which was followed with short addresses by Rtvs G j W Ward D D representing the General Association Pii Kennedy D D representing the EXt cui tive Board Mrs M E Stew rd representing the B W E Conven tion Mrs M Hoskins represent I ing the Faculty Prof A H Payne representing the Alumni mil E P j Marrs DI I Irepresiiitirg the I i Ho rduf Trustees The closing adircss was by President Puree f All the addresses were pointed and lull of interest and gave not only- ncouragement buc inspiration to the work After a closing anthem 1by the choir the benedictiIn was pronounced by Rev C C Bates D U THE BANQUET The Board of Managers of the B W E Convention had charge of this magnificient affair which took place in the chapel of State Univer sity Friday evening Dec 2nd in honor of the tenth anniversary ofI the Presidency of Dr C L Purce I beautifullyvferns and the colors ofr the University old gold and crimson Covers had been laid for tah es were things of beauty and goldfwhich were the predominating colors After an hour in congratulations and social con versation the guests were seated and grace said by Rev G W Ward Moderator of General Asso ciation Mrs M E Steward as Toast Mistress made the introductory remarks and pleasantly intro eveningIwere responded to by Revs C H Parrish and G W Ward Drs F G Fowlef C W Houser and W H Pickett Miss L C Crittenden Mrs E K Thomas Mrs L M Jackson and Mr W H Steward The speakers represented the dif enterprises especially in which Dr Puree was Associated and the sub jects were ingeniously wrought out of the initials of the speakers names Mr H C Logan also rendeed an enjoyable Bass Solo during the ex i therpresentation of a handsome watch charm by the members of the Board byeholdesleeve buttons in behalfof the members of Trustees in a few words by its Chairman Mr W H Steward oftelectric bells for the Presidents office by Dr C H Parrish Dr impresIsive 1forI 1 merited tribute to Mrs Puree who I forgottenIby courtesiesIthe anniversary was at an end and it was a most successful affair The members of the BoardII of Managers deserve unstinted for and theplanning serving Ian net HQTESQF JJ LOCAL INTEREST Tfce Executive Board of the v 1 r w i Ib Money to Burn Will be the Subject of an Address by I j I t REV W H MOSESof Staunton Va f Monday Night December 12th 04 at 8 p m 4 Fifth St Baptist Church Rev John H Franks D Dr PastoriTnesday Night December 13th 041 1ems- Ninth St Baptist Church Rev Wm Johnson Pastor Popular LocalTalent jMr and Mrs David Barnett Mr II B Britt Mrs E S Porter Mrs Lizzie Evans and Miss Mary Hicks Louisville s kings and queens of song will sing Proceeds for Foreign Mission Under the auspices of the Executive Board of the Womans Convention Miss L C Crittendon Chairman 4 Mesdames M V Parrish DA Caddie Clara Frank Jno Wilson Wm Parker NANNIE H BURROUGHS tI Corresponding Secretary Admission Ten Cents U If you have the BLUES If you have Heart Troubles If you have Troubles of your own you will laugh them off and forget it Monday night General Association will hold its monthly meeting at Calvary church next Monday afternoon Dr J A GwynB of Richmond Ky was in the city last Friday Miss Daisy Steward of Crab Or chard en route to Chicago stopped in the city a few days this week the guest of Mrs Coleman Watts 427 E Madison st Rev G W Ward DD of Cov ington Ky Moderator of the Gen eral Association was in the city this week visiting friends and relatives Mr N H Blue of Farmville Va father of MrT F Blue Sect of the YMCA spent two days in the city this week He had attended the St Louis Exposition in company with his son Mr and Mrs Arthur Frye have issued invitations for the marriage of their daughter Effie to Mr John R Mosby at Centennial Baptist church Thursday evening Dec 29 at 8 oclock Mrs Coleman Watts of 427 East Madison street was called to Crab Orchard last week on on account of the death of her father Smith WelchThe Central Law School students will render the mock trial easy Swindle at the New Lampton Bap tist church next Monday night After the trial a brief literary and mu sical program will be rendered Atty Albert S White has ac cepted an invitation to lecture before the students of the State Norm Schoolat Frankfort Ky the 4th Thursdayl night in January and iiill ir 1 take as his subject What shallwe do to be saved End of the week Excursion Big Four Route Only 225 to Indianapolis and return Saturday Dec 17th Train leaves Louisville at 800 pm Tickets good return I ing on regular trains leaving Indian 1 apolis untill Monday Dec 19th in clusive Get tickets at City Ticket Office 2594th Ave and at 7th St Depot Rev P H Kennedy DD General Missionary closed a very success ful revival with pastor J H Frank at the Fifth St church Wednesday evening of last week when seventeen candidates were baptized and there were a number of additions baptismThe nedy handsomely for his faithful r serviceThe Womans Missionary Society of Zion Baptist church Center St will meet Sunday Dec II that 3 pm Subjects to be discussed How I to reach the Masses of the people byMrs E Steinmetz All Missionary Societies and friends are invited to be present Mrs W M Parker President Miss Lizzie B SteeletiSect and WH Craighead pastor t if The third anniversary of the pas torate of Rev GWT Russell with t I the Mt Olive Baptist church closed with h las eyeDincity and a few others were invited gust Rev E P Marrs was Master of ceremonies and short tnrfrmti werem de by Revs C C Baas byh a wumpMt occajfot I3 t t t T i JrIAIIDI AlI BAP118I DIfT V III gf jJt arJ The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths There Is a aiseas prevailing in this I country Mil I dccepIheart disease Tumonia heart filure or apoplexy t rare often the resultt I Iftt J Aiiii incl Is al I k I 1 wed to advance the ygj Houeypoisoned blrod willl attack the thekidneyswav cell hy ceL j Bladii troubles away result from i n ran rent of tii iGy anti a cure Is ofhot youalKilmerSwampRoot abladderIII sonnets Inability held urine and scald ant Piii in passingImid overcomes that unpleasant necessity being v mpelled to- to Jltsrt thi ilnsK manyduringxiranrdiiiMryt effect c1 vmpR t Is soon valued It stated il j Hist i r Its won IetfvlI is d ths nv ires itsi cases IIruRtt Iis plrta nr to take and sold by all iuRfjiit in Ntyr at d onedollar AhavfiI l f 4 his won lifn wx r ftr 1i r IPi ovcry md a book llist u a1Is all about it thwmrlcoflt 91 flee by mat Addres Dr Kilmer b Cc H ighamton N Y Whn urilllg mention ladmjj this generous otter in this paper Ikmt n ii ati mistake I Iut remem + tnr i lilt Sw tipRoot I r Kilmer S MUir Rcot and t je address Unixban p- CII N tf on every Bottle CI B he CLAYa1 Tweutv Ymrs ieforr the itirrns of the rit ami you wilt find tne realty t wait n you anti tow vou a pxxl liiii of samples for both Ila dice mid rciitlcnieii I will cut anti crake you any kind of Gannent you want at voiR PRICE also will Clean l ycaud Repair at a rate Iless than you can get elsewhere I Earnestly Solicit Your Patronage Dont forget Name and Place 921 W BROA DW Y Call or send postal card or call HOME HONK 3460 and I will call personally KKSIDKNCK 1527 PKENTICK ST s = s W JORDAN SONS x44 W Wo nut t t LOUISViLLEc sTUCKY hat lr turerS of all kiuds of u h Fa A anis and Ices Rxcellent Soda with Fruit Syrups For Prices and Quality Excelled By NoneT- ELEPHONE 3400Y ii Watson 1UNDERTAKER EMBALMER N Wf COR CHESTNUT AND lOth STb Planishes Coffins Cases Shrouds anfI everything for Funerals Prompt services Reasonable terms b 1 SFACON GUARANTEED iiI EUSIDELL I SCHMDER COMPANY STONE r l Small1 Loans and Real Estate Solid I tors Watcnes Jewelry and D all kinds of Merchandise t Bought and Sold All kinds of Stoves on hand HOME PHONE 5714 a 539 W Green St Louisville Ill L 1 J 2 NEIGHBORS The Mite Photographer IMiitfl Buttvutttnd Framing Specialty t HOME PHONE 4018- fta W Walnut St LoUISVILLE Kv t WoiiRs Industrial Club 1- trP 128 W iY1 Ky I rBoard by the day or week I Lodging for ladiesi only Hot baths at any time Delicious SMa Wttw laCream I WG and girls who are strangers IN in city relit fllt tale eaTiron eii edit dall rNttu- e Bose PboDe3670 I Emmanuel Baptist Church Louisville We have just closed our meeting after three weeks reachingtby Rev P H Clark of London Ky We had a glorious meeting and our chuch is much revived There were 27 additions 15 conversions I and 15 otherwise Our people in Louisville do not attend church in warns weather as they do in winter Will leave it for you to guess the reasons why Our church is doing nicely both spiritually and financi lly considering our environments No church or congregation for m my years has gone through and iis going through what we have 1 will glue vu at the close of the year our standing in every particu lar watch the American Baptist and pray for us until it come We REV P H CLARK D D were busy Thanksgiving married two couples Bro George Carter to Mrs Lucy Townsend and William Clarkto Miss Maudie Stevenson and preached sermon I want to say i ev P H Clark is a fine gospel preacher and he did some excellent 1 preaching for us during the three weeks that he was with us Any church wouldJdo well to have nim with them when they want preaching done and their church revived and sinners brought to Christ May he live long and do much good He never gets hoarse notwithstanding he preaches earn estly and with zeal Our Sunshin- Band conducted by MLS E Stem metz is second to none in the city M names f Bates L Foster F Cecil E Board and Misses G G Perdue P Cardwell Geo Adams and G Stanford have charge of the sewing department and Mrs Fin lley of Zion Church with the Knd etfarten department and Mrs Steinmetz manager of the boys with burnt and carve wood work Indeed it is wonderful to be there and see them at their wt rk Pray for us I H Perdue NOTICE All Sunday Schools composing the Consolidated Baptist Educa tional Sunday School Convention your Board met in their first Quarterly Executive Meeting and each school composing the above named convention who were to give fo support of Scholarship three cents per member annually and Send one third quarterly to Miss Lula A Brown Treasurer Versailles Ky and she will receipt you for th amount received Now to the pas tors and superintendents we have been a little slow and must giv this matter our consideration as the money is much needed Send th balance of the first quarter and all of the second as you was notifi ed by letter more than a month ago I um yours in Christ H Nutter Chairman Paris Ky From Bloomfield Ky rThere was a musical concert and thanksgiving dinner given at heI Siecond Baptist Church on Thanks giving Day for tho benefit of the church Thd entertainment w I cOnducted by Madam ClaybQln- I i the principal of the l school who isI f y 1 an excellent teacher She has done a good work since she bas been in our town The Musical numbers were rendered by Miss Emma Stone a thirteen year Old girl a member of the above named church We raised 2262 This was by the young choir they rendered an excellent program which was en joyed by all present The dinner andsupper was conducted by the sisters and brothers of the Church who worked in union with each other So they raised 2785 the total proceeds being 5047 We have a working set of members second to none in the state of Ken tacky We have just covered our house with tin roof costing 14025 We are alive in every way to the interest of Christianity and sound in the doctrines of the Bible Our motto is We will conquer or die trying We only ask an interest in your prayers VVm Brown Woman s Missionary Work Money received from churches and Missionary Society Danville First Baptist 323 annual members to our Missionary Convention Mrs Millie A Thomas Mrs Mattie H Jones New Mission Church Society organized received 3 75 Davistown Society organized received i oo Nicholas ville Society organized received 100 Lexington First Society organized received from Sunday school 75c from Churcht 49 Main St received from Missionary 106 from the Church 152 Consolidated Society organized received 550 Corinthian Frankfort Society organized received 250 Bardstown Society organ ized and a band Little Helpers received 135 Bowling Green State St received i 20 Louisville Green St from Sundayschool 85c church 100 Howard Chapel Missionary Society received 205 City Ministers Alliance of Louis ville 100 Mrs W M Parker Missionary INSTITUTE WORK Bowling Green Elizabethtown Madisoneville Greenville Hopkinsville Russellville Princeton Mayfield Hickman Clinton Shelbyville Ca diz Stanford Franklin Richmond Frankfort Maysville Winchester Paris Georgetown Danville Lon don Lancaster Mt sterling Be rea Nicholasville Middlesboro Cynthiana Versailles The above named places have been selected to hold Institutes during this institute year The missionaries will correspond an d arrange with the pastors and churches as to the time andall other arrangements The course ol lectures will be first on the Gos pel oi John second on the Bap Articles of Faith It would greatl- Y l incourage the managers and con ductors of the institute work if the pastors and churches Would invite us to hold these meetings with them Who will be the first to do sc If your name is not in the yourfrom inviting us You can have it if you want it Let me hear from you The Lord bless you and your work I am yours in service KennedyeGeneral Missionary 927 Clay St KyeNOTESeMeet me at the Y MC A A safe place to hang out A splendid place to spend your evenings Just the place to meet a friend Secretars Blue was favored last fatbwNI H Blue of Farmville Va wfco passed through Louisville ante ta the pair The Secretary milt aniedhim to the Fair Bro Wi D Mays of Zkw Bsgtafc DetstaiectePOeIit pty to do rttjbt X tSHOPSONTailor I Cleaning and Repairing neatly done called for and delivered Special Attention to Ladies Work and Out of Town Orders All new work Pressed Free oi Charge 632 E18HTH ST oaiavill 9 Kentucky Home Phone 4088 IT IS THtf CLOTS TEAT US3 TH3 JUT Mi terson makes the Clothes I cater to good dressers and quote the very lowest Prse Regulation Garments given Especial Attention Try our Regulation Trousers at5rip ant up leaning Dying and Repairing neatly done E II MASTERSON S W Oor Vest di Wainat Ste I ouisville K yr laaThanksgiving at Eckstein Norton Institute and Reception at Calvary Baptist Church By Kings Dwahters 1 The Kings Daughter of Calvary Baptist Churoh members and friends spent Thanksgiving with the teachers and students ofEck stein Norton Institut Cane Springs Ky Dr C H Parnsh Pres and fifty in number in a special coach took baskets and had a rood time The new chapal opened for the first time built by Prof Burrel carpenter and studentsis beautiful The work would be a credit to any class of workmen We found 70 boarding students from ten states Everything clean and homelike and the neat appearance of the students at once attracted atten tion Dr Parrish has deservedly earned all the help that you can ive 9j him in having moreroom and furnishingsA and most beautiful silver offering was tendered Dr C H Parrish an1 building committe Friday Eve at Calvary Church by the Kings Daughter Decoration- were in purple and white Afte toasts Rev G T Britt on behalf of the Kings Daughters led by Mrs Mary H Davis and Mrs Alice Lawrence presented Dt Parrish a handsome suit much to his surprise 4d- much to the delight of all preset It was a very enjoyable evenin with good supper and service A Friend A popularity contest will be given at Lainpton Baptist church Han cock St December 19 1904 for the benefit of the Red Cross Sam tarium The gentleman rsceiving the greatest number of votes will1 be declared the most popular The contestants are Messrs Jesse Mer chant Lawrence Givens and Le vell Doroey 10 cents admits to a musical and literary entertainment and entitles a person to one vote The Masonic Club has opened quarters at No 719 W Walnut St where it will be open to friends everyday In addition to a recep tion and reading room it will conduct a first class resturant where meals are served at all hours It promises on Christmas day to serve the best dinner of any restaurant iin the city Come and try it The officers of the Club are W R Ca bell President W D Kean Sect and W H Griffin Treasuer Rev TJ Talley who was recently called the pastorate of the Bland St Baptist church has formally ac cepted the same and recognition services were held the next Sunda Craigheaerd made the principal address to a large and appreciative audience and the new pastor made a suitable re sP- t once Bro Talley who is assistant pastor of Zion church and presidentt of the BYtPU enters upon his new work wider favorable circum stances Tjjie ordinance ofthe JLordS tt ou Illinois Central yk Excursion tickets now on sale at re duced rates to New Orleans la Havana SpringsArk Californiaa- nd many other points with liberal stopover and return limits Cheap Houieseekers Excursion tickets on sale the 1st antI Tuesdays of each month to point South and West Farming in the itoutib CentreBi coo StQCIrKentuckWestEyerFarmernam and address the IreCircularsttlearcViecopy ol Folder Oesrhbtive to CALIFORNIA t New ORLEANS wiCorAgtOtI F W HARLOW Div Pass Ag Chesapeake oRyry FAMED FOR ITS MAG NIFICIENITRAiNSGRAND DINING CAR SERVICf BARSBETV4rE gLOUSVILCc WASH- INBTONBALTIMORE PHILADELPHIA NEW YORK STOP OVER PRIVILEGES R E PARSONS D P A LOUISVILLE Kv SPEND A MERRY 1CERITSwith the old folks wOW W APtPCLJLt Z With long limit via Big Four 3151Ig4tickets will tic nu sale beweeu lotI local points on the B g Four Ron e Cincin ati Nor thrn R Rand D U R R inCentrRIj r RpdincudinJI particularascUI4Reutundersigned WAR SEN ACinoiouAti8 J GATES General Agfiit Louisville Ky supper will be administered at the churchnext Sunday afternoon YThe Philadelphia Tribune one of our best and brightest exchanges celebrates its twentieth anniversary by issuing a twelve page paper full of interesting reading and sugges tive illustrations Bro Perry has our best wishes fQrf twenty years more of usefulness Xcf 1ciased iftrQlritV ri t i p i r D Variable Route Tickets TO FLOaDIIEIIVIASOUTHERN RAILWAY in connect tion with the ROUTETravelersor ipda sunnyland of Fluritravelling southward via CuattanoogaLookout AIouiiiHin A jackaositiltaddjtjoualtesti ia Savannah Colnmbin ASuaVI1It Hut Springs N rthCaruurn ael KnoXVllltor thmbpassing kytuatCarolina1aBue RIdge MoanLtin cruel the Irn Suoky sod UuakaRanges flu lattitusea AaH VILLVth its epieitutl Hotel IopcntI therouuil is ciicirccil by year Ui agutttcient rangee oi aoutiidtns and stopoverut t unsts + annauetly U h r ti 1snt1ulICe CLUl1tl Hut Sirlags P1dt or BrevardIAll Florida Wioter qUIcklyfastantislethronghpr Railwaoeituerthrough directviaaata THE FLORIDA LIMITED leaving Cincinnati 830 a m connect ing at Lexington with morning train jaclsonvllleearly tileyearlimitedii trainromg Pervicr early ii Jauurv trainsrwithDiniuwinterorrhapplylo A CarrCityAvenatC1 4tbn nPRSSTo Californiavia Scenic Colorado or True Southern Route SfndJjJcas U rtia the afib ouri Pacific1 BY and Hceoic Colorado elegant tourist I sleeping car service every TUESDAY and THURSDAYz 1 from Jbt Louis Daily through Pullman standard Bleeping rare St Louis to Los Angeles California via frem Mountain route the true TRUE SOUTHERN ROUTE new t urist sleeping isr excursions viaI mm Mountain route and El Paso leave 5t Louis curry TuplJday and Satnrday The service and tatePRound Trip and low fromIronRynutt berths reservation and full information address any representative Missouri Paci Matthews StLonjs s tr SOMETHING NEW VARIABLE TOURS TO FLORIDvia Southern Railway Queen and Gresctnf Route Go One Way Return Another Winter Touris Tickets good going via Ashevile throng the La d cf the sky a d B aut fur HI ptiire County and rev turning via Atlan a and Clintian oga or vice versa are no won saitt at ow rates T eHp orida Limit solid trlofIies Pullman Driving Ro in leepera a vfcstibuleii coahel w th dining caJset vice mrouicl leve+ incinnati veryftI ruing via Qu en Nnd Crescent Route running through WI hunt that ge toJ ck sonviliH via Cnattnuo ga and Southern ttailway peclalbHe gait Dr + wng Room tleeperObserva tiii Cars etc will leave Ctnclntiai every evening except Sundnj runnine thru 1 gh s1d to St Augustiuevia Chattanooga and Southern R with Dining Car Tin ugh Pullman SINe tert t6 Janck j sonville from Cii cinnati every erunin via Knoxville APheviHe Say nnahi I From Ixmisvillpcont ee ion with all of the above tain ismde at Lexington by trains of Southern Ry FortLrd of rh Sky honk Winter loins folder rates sch duhsor othrr information address G B Allen G P A Southern fit r Lohl W C Rirdatso G P A Queen Cresciit Cincinnati 0 rand 1 C H HUNGERPORD Dist PasaAgen 234 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky DR J H1 WILUAMS tCHIROPODISTIt Corn and Bunions Extracted ttE r out pain Ingrpwn 2nd Club Nails Yh permanently cured Ladies totalt at their residence if preferrftded Office Hpiirt Qce and Saiijag I 1 0 7J I L r w 1 I i I I i t 7 t 7 I 1P w 1 1J1Jiit it h t 1 dti1 1tT i l j i 1 t j i S r f MJmiOAK SAFTI8T KIDAY DECEMBER Q 1904 Itlv 1 ff I SUNDAY SCHOOL- LESSON I 3 DECEMBER 1 8 1ISUNDAYI R VIEWI LESSON i 2 Kings 21222 ELISH SUCCEEDS ELIJAH Motto TextLet a double portion t1ofthy spirit be upon me2 Kings J 29 OutlineI The Accredited Prophet 2 Seeking Elijahs body 3 Healing the WatersII LESSON 2 2 Kings 417 THE WIDOWS OIL IN CREASED Motto TextTrust the Lord and do good so shalt thou dwell in the land and verily thou shalt be fed PS37 3- CutlineI The Importunate WidowS2 Increasing what she had 3 Providing for the Future t LESSON 3 2 Kings 42537 ELISHA AND THE SHUMITE Motto TextThe hof God is eternal life through Jesus C hrist our LordRom 623 Outline I Seeking Elisha 2 Gehazis Failure 3 Restoration of the Child LESSON 4 2 Kings 5 114 ELISHA AND NAAMAN Motto Text Heal me 0 Lord and I shall be healed save me and I shall be saved Jer i74 J7 UuntJx Seeking a Cure 2 The Disturbed King 3 Naamans Disappointment f 4 Dipping in the Jordan Ii LESSON 5 2 Kings 68 33 w ELSHA AT DOTHAN II Motto Text Tn angel of the J ILord eiiciiinptith round abut hcm that fear him and delivereth them 13 34 7 t OutlineSeeking the iinfurnifd 2 The Host of God 3 The Syrians in Samaria LESSON 6 2 Kings 111 15 IOASH THE BOYKING Motto TextWhen the righteous are in authority the people rejoice Prov 292- OutlineHiding Joash 0 2 Plan of Revolution 3 The Coronation 4 Death of Athaliah LESSON 72 Kings 12415 JOASH REPAIRS THE TKMPLK I Motto TextWe will not krsake the house of our GudNeh 1039 Outline The Plan that Failed 2 The Collection 3 Repairing the Temple LESSON 8 Isa 119 16 20 ISAIAHS MESSAGE TO JUDAH Motto TextCease to do evil learn to do well Isa 116 16 OutlineIndictment of Judah t 2 Misery of Judah V 3 Salvation of Judah tItct1f LESSON 9 Isa 28113 WORLD TEMPERANCE SUNDAY j Motto TextThey also have erred 4E through wine and through strong 1drink are out of the way Isa 287 OutlineThe Double Crown 2 The Vine Cup jt 3 The Double Mocker I LSSJON 10 2 Chron 291831 IZEKIAH REOPENS THE TEMPLE b Motto TAxt Them that Jionour IurhoDour Siun 230- d t S 1 1 fJ 1 1M zx k 1 2 Fjurfold Sin Offering 3 The Burnt Offering 4 Offerings of Thanksgiving LESSON ii 2 Kings 17618 CAP1IVITY OF THE TEN TRIBES Motto TextThe face of the Lord I is against them that do evilI Pet er 312Outline i Overthrow of Samaria 2 A Stubborn People 3 Eil Consequences Lexington Nlimstera and Des CtOD KeetInK This body met Monday morning at Pleasant Green Baptist Church Members present Revs Bigbee Hawthorne VV Hand R Jack son B M Johnson Chinn C H Mitchell P H and T P Smith Fisher Taylor Wilson Frye I Brethren Brown Creft Scott Douglass Washington McDaniels seals Chinn Scott Rev Bi bee presided and Rev VV H Jackson conducted devotional servicesRev was appointed critic REPORTS BecknervilleSS 22 collection 21C pastor preachedcollection 1060 EvergreenSS 40 collection 40 cts pastor and Rev B Butler preached collection 578 LibertyS S 25 collection 13c pastor preached collection 6858 Pleasant GreenS S 70 collection 9oc pastor preached two for baptism collection 1500 MattoxtownP s tor preached 32 baptized collection 4005 MacedoniaS S 27 collection 271 pastor and Rev Taylor1 preached twelve baptized two by letter collection 1673 Willard StRrv B M Johnson pastor preached four by baptism une by watchcare Lords Supper collection 450- Broadway Winchester S S 20 collection 46c pastor and Rev C Fishback preached collection 5867Main St SS 45 collection 500 pastor preachedcollection 739 Consolidated S S3o collection soc pastor preached one by rela tion collection 5 oo Nicholasville S S 30 collcction 2oc pastor and Rev T P Smith preached collection 1500 New Vine S S 40 collection 47 cts pastor and Rev P H Smith preached twelve baptized ten re stored collection S22 50 Dr Hawthorn read an interesting critique Rev Huller answered the question in the Query Bi x Rev C H Mitchel was appoint ed to preach next Monday The meeting to be held at Will ard St Church Benediction by Rev Butler RT Frye Sect e Phelps Nail Bible Training School Connected with the TURkeKAe Iiuti tuted Tuekegee Ala otters exception al opportunities to young men wishing to prepare for tbe Cbriatian ministry Tue chief alms of the Bible Train ing School are to give young colored men and women a oompruhcnaivf 1 v loci eJta inif BijtiiBl Enf and to implant into their lieuru the noble ambition to dedicate their lives the elevation and Chrlstianizatlon ofei their people Time students are requir ed to do miiHiaiiary work in the YII rlouR oliurcheB and Sunday School near the institution and lu this way has btn Vury helpful the neighboring comtou itles The teaching of the Bible Schoolh is w holy undenominational the intention being aot to oppose or Antagonize any theological work cow being d6nr but rather to asfllit all denominations Phelps Hill thw building iu which the loboollis taught was given by a gcneraui Newt ork friend It u a frame structure thret stories ugh con taming a cbapel library reading room and the oiftceof the Iou with three reclUtSoa TOO IB a tjeslfle forty rooma for dormitory prpoies- ReV Kdgar J Fonaey Jh the D SD Efe it bLst4d bjiU rA JrM0kadn 11 R jflrGsjlsen at Qib M J C =l U T Johnnon of Phlalelphla Pa dllver a r gultr ciuse of lecture dur the term Rev Monea Jauasou of itie Presbyterian church Chicago deliver ed a specoial course of lectures during she past term The teaching in free The cost of board including furnished room light fuel washing etc IH 850 per mouth Students will be given an opportunity to work out from 150 to 300 of this amount this leaving only 550 to 700 to be paid in Cib In some 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