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have a meetin- gS nislit with Mrs Eddy and Ifft HI a III roe Sulphur Teaching Ihili t sao a m Mouday Octo ber l vv found brother Jack ChamliTt ftvviUifii us We stopped at the Itmiie or deacon N d Winburn wlippi Iplpaitint wife recPlvrd us kindly and inttdruur stay indeed homelike We vllt d the public KcbOii which Ila ti Irgrurutllnlly taught by Prof D J WmtMuer At 8 pm ait appreoia ttvr Huiiieiuip greeteu us devotional rxerni Wtr8 conducted by Rev Vlitni Wt wettt Introduced and made au npinnlI fur our work ntceiviug 260 for pujiitlic s giving 5 c ute are + w Rev C Wueat brethren Job list rM Jreek Cbnmbma Ned Win urn IU J Wnltaker Squire Auiler ndIicr Mary BJuud On Tuetday innrtii u w r 1 ft for Cumpb iltaburg founlI dear si ter Saute awaiting Ut went to her hone and npeul a xeitUul stay vinltrfl in public school and wa fileated to ItIIi our frieid Mrs Agnes IOWCTM RiiuiKtdlni so nicely ere teacher at infill M 1srrs nutiieucb assembled at the fhti HI A tevival bnintc conducted tijr p4l irr HMtcrnlore who was beiug J aftistril tty thY C rtet of New Catie After iHualI order of services we were I II tio lin i rod Iellted theclaims of I our win ic r nivMt fSOO the following p rsnli M eouIhlllilrl 26 cents each Rv C U liliiK iiiiiir Riv W M Cnrjn v WRrktIbrothfrS ttle j wutm Utfgie Hn ereou Ida Blake snot AYuaa MI rowers On Wtdues day inonitiiK w were lIa for N toW Lib e ty tn I sslwsp lIu at Sanders Uiiou awl ilruve through atol ptu with dear aisirr 1 Kla 7 where we always receive P hury wcnm Wo found a great j r j vat + going o llev Solomon Sutllb J thf atsrItor was being ably Jj Mii liy kvIfie P Buiob of Carroll MI Sr T en wrn being conducted a JIlt u ii Ht night people wire driII t y n r Inn service from miles r i nn R nt rrligitiUH fervor pr r AtI ntht ntLtr a prajbful 881Jj thrcfit1 t e j I f xliMMt P were introduced byII I tilth and tried to Impress ou- I j IIj i Ia the subject ot the NtII r i I a ChrUtlan Education re r i i nlIu iit oar talk the eonirrt K t i point il by contributing theI h 10 t nin uniof 9791 the following cI iriliuinK tir tireD Harry Anderson I Jail caIC G ilfrny Riddles And aist- eit t tfllII T OHM AU cents email those who J ire A C UIM ft ch were Bar SoiomoD 8JnailiHxniii IIn flirrs Mary Write lemma J liifc Anni liiliotvayi Bra Nichol iiarrlu IltrntK Settle Thomas Clan t vViIll + BettH Alexander Edna lord I M1u CJ 1 LMIO Kvloey LtJu Orr An aISI MaIWK IIUD I ar 104 m uezt morning we fiiliirtd pridei service in which a i + nt rnf fautifnl flitters U ok an ao t e pr alt Horned tnvanj a splritu I JFe1 rr t en rd that we could not tniftln to nlfriit service butduty called 11 WI miut obey accordingly w hf tttIn n tbtifgy for Owanlou adllea i- Itf ofrlhht mile went at once to t iiivltliiR nome of deacon crest Itt1 by J1 I V i RMnt wife1 received us kitikly to irn that 10 appolatmeat tpPn mad M ItQvlC O ttatea + vllle was to precU that sag I MJ to vlrlt the cburob and htar t lit prMplicd a oebleEtntei aa4 i pie eePatea groatJlr edJJl ijtt t Ing us In the audience he inilsted that we be introduced We wade a short talk and received a collection of 241 from the church and 100 from the nday School We were oft for Sparta on the stage at 880 a m a distance of 18 miles here we found dear sister Celia nders awaiting us drove to her home two miles sway where we were made to feel perfectly at home Was plaaaed to meet brother and sister Kemper her mother and father who always welcome us At night we were ReVIDolclaDeacon Sanders conducted devotionals and then Introduced us a coU otloa of 80 Dense was gives Next uiorntng we off with sister Sanders in a buggy for Warsaw a distance of sightJ miles drove to tbe home of Mrs Bffle Robin son found that it ace not convenient to her to have us remain so We inquired our way to the home of dear sister Hamilton who always kindly receives IreaUyIndipOled remain with her but keeling it would be an imposition to do so we decided to go to the home of deacon W F Hughes His wife received ua with that warmth tit greeting that makes a stranger indeed most happy we wero welcomed to their every comfort and our stay while with them was Indeed moat pleasaut At 8 p m w were off for ohuroh no appointment had been made but brother Hughes notified all of our presence After praise service shorttalkMrs W Y White gave 25 cents of that pledKadProfW F Huge 100 As there was not a quorum of sitters present to organize we left that pert of the work to Mrs WG Whitaker who kindly consented to organised at a more convenient sea durlnithery morning November ttb through the kindness of deacon Washington we i irove to Ghent to fill appointment a dUtance of nine stiles reached Ghent In time for morning seiyioe announced our meeting for 8 Pm Rev Smith was absent dear nitier Smith welcomed ua we were entertained in the baauti lul new home of Mr and Mrs Gouge Green At 8 p m a large congregation as tteuibied to hear WI the entire service war given us when we had flnUhep i our appeal a collection of X410 was was flivtn the following named person contributed 25 cepts each brehrun Joe Keene Wyatt Ware Charley Travitj Tylor Bliis Wm Guard H Laudrum a stet Henrietta Tompklui Uu MondayI taut ulug we wera sailed to tee sister Way the oldtst resident of Ghent whom we uave luarued to love At 710 p m we took leave tot Carrplton on the his torlo little boat C1 The Hattie Brown Faitbfally Yours L M JACKSON r KyOnltd noitlouikl Convention wbiuh conveneu in our city October tiff+ I went to Dellua aeries oS meetings Ou my way totr j HoKer who ii doing a good work here He is preparing to gatrj j things were ready and toe people were awaiting my coming preached for them about two weeks in profytwentyfonrr railroad but the people are iuteUIget tbri ty and intelllgert There are two colored churches Baptist and Methodist but the Baptist to the stronger of the two The Baptist have a Sunday School of from sixty to eigh superintendrLyttles and Mattit Bipsbire are teachers of the public1 Brother Delk Iis doing a looclI in Manchester and at Milton andI Huzxrad The people seem tit love himI Rork n mankpastors ohuronas teem 4o be holdingLlr own 1 feel that I made friends for our work May the Lord bless pastir Balk and the people of Manchester Il B 11trrL lat District Missionary for Eastern Kent teary Lexington Kv AI AfterMonthecold oVlv gs to yon 1he ooQgb gee M to tear bales in the delicate Ussais of throat E4d long You lose weight aid jpo wonder It ypu are II Medwith s lettsac you tpacoely dare toI otelitete1edhtS la m tips Jfl 1111 IwU t DIt cetipeadjmoreofyoarliff jet co- agat1brryIn h fl 1 ORDINATION SERVICES Thursday evening December 8th 1904 ft number of elders assembled In the first Baptist housn of wo tbtp at Betfaes da Fayette county Kentucky 1814 ponse to invitation by said church for the purpose of examining bnotherjosrphl Hence Bead for the ordaia for deacons namely Aaron Sh rove JohnKeeae Thomas Smith and Lee Hardy The council woe or xanized by the choice of pastor John Talbert as moderator J Francis Wilson missionary of the Consolidated District association secretary andRav C P M Blgbec D D vlomoderator of the General Association ohateohtser The devotional exercises ware conducted by Rev J H BeaU after which the council carried the one desiring the office of a bishop through a olde ex amination They decided to pat their stamp of approval ou whet they believed to be the will of God the sane tiara of Jesus and the worts of the Holy Spirit Te ordination sermon was a geld being delivered by Dr BIgbse Pastor Btatly u ield In high Jesteem by tbe people in that section for while the services were goln on a couple decided to take a voyage on the sea of mats mony and decided that brother Bead should start their little bark out which he fits about the midnight watch All closed with Ike communion of the Holy Spirit REPOSTER I s Afbcnsas Baptist Convention A Successful Session The Arkansas Baptist Conventiooi met In its seventh annual session with the hint Baptist church Little Rook A pMtoroclock a mIlbere was tbtt usual large attendance bat a little lacking iu enthusiasm as the general rain all over the state tbe preceding Sunday had dispelled tha hope or the leaders for raising the noOOO toward whisk re salt Uay had directed their efforts Rev S C Home D D wino has been the able president far a number ofyears called the mcatirsi to order and Rev J H Simtns delivered tbe address of welcome to which Rev J W Jaokgou auitablv responded At rise eaten session Miss Laura Bdmondson delivered aa address of welcome in behalf or tbe Sunday School and RelFLovelace responded in an able manner The annual committees were applon I ted t t I 10buJneuImportantj merit of a State Mission Board abd tbe appointment of Superintendent of Mlssiona in the person of Prof R M Caver who had been serving the Con v UtlOD as editor of the Baptist Van Thaiiksg1v1aDay1 F sptlColleges j IB the afternoon There was an im mense attendance offs all enjoyed tbe exercises Addressee t reviewing the byBeVIlKuowles J A Booker M Profit lodge M W CHbbs and others Quite a nice collection was raised during t celebration t fpr the college The atf tendance this year is shave the average Iand the students were as much inter ested in the exerolaes ah were the me ben of tbe Convention There was mere usual Dumber of vldtortlat the Convention among whom w4 noticed secretarytheof t A J Barton D D corresponding leoretary of the Southern Baptist Covesn i poDdin board of the National Baptist Conven tion K H Boyd D D corresponding pubIllhiaboardEt corresponding secretary of the national- B Y P U board W G Parks D D i Cbattanooc Tenn A D Hurt D D Nashville Term superintendent I of a dillDl nknloaH for Texas War H fltew A MI editor American Baptist Lou1a elite Ky A T Stewart D D Tyl Texas F J Gordan A M Muskegee L Ttloander of the Negro Bap 1s ooU lege ofthat place MUs lCHUpJaPIore Who bad given madly yesura of her lifer laboring r MthftnC the Negroes in ii South BU SiCbiverf D l field secre tary A SIBi M Sodtyrf KtvT rk iron Ji C Lsftwlcb p T awlMr Cbaa Stewart tae general newspaper oerr spomdent They were aceordtsl beYr pit eie g11 Q lwladis to Idil atJ homer lH l I t 11- ii Teurao 4 tkt wt w- 1OD rse ellf tlald IJ aw gtl- els Tltit edw u w1dck rf i i 2 = filled the church at very service Tbe sermons wen preached by Revs R W GuyWm Coheir A J Stokes It Ci Morris Rev R H Biyd D D of Nash ville end 40 Sunday afternoon Rev L O Jordan Conducted a splendid fnrI elan mission lieeting which aroused a deep and Inspiring interest in that l followlq pressdent presideDtJM Harris I1 D treasurer The stockholders meeting was held Friday whellltey prealdectcuudncto the Arkansas aptit College aDill1 separate from the convtintiot I Tb report of the college was read and approvedl + and tlOllewing offiei were elected P A Knowles D D Little Rook president A M Middlebrook D D PUe Glut vice president S A Monby D D Pine Bluff secretary 11 Runs D D Texarkaua tren user The following trustees were elected tc t the Arkansas Baptist College Revs J P Robinsoa DID S A Moet D EdIIGarduer littledbappgintedptcUtlons financially FOR OVER SIXTY YEARS Mrs Winslow Soothing Syrup has bee i used for over 60 years by millions of mothers for their children while teething with perfect success It tooth the child softens the gums allayaU Pala cures wind colic and i the beet Il8me4J for diarrhoea It will j 1 relievo1 the poW Utle sufferer immedi J lately rigid by Draggists in every pars I of thu world Twentyfive cent a bottle tab Bard and ask forIe Mrs Winslow oothUg Syrup amd take bo other UNIVERSITY NOTES U 4 s U Rah rah rah rah S TJ Ran rah rah rah BnrrshltlgI 1 State University rah rab rah XQZDeacon Haley and faiaiv were with us at communion at terean Sunday seeding The young ladles did not go out Suu day but held meeting of their own conducted by Miss L Taylor The Literary Society finished eleotln officers Friday and rendered a good program Friday night Mrs Lvla Jackson returned to She by ville IsstThursday The snow surprised the boys from South Africa Examinations are all over and the work of the second term Is in full prop ss The Xmas holidays wnltj in at the close of school Friday December 2tfrd 8D204i1j Dr Frank delivered a lecture to us in ehtipel last Friday which will be long rsmembered Everybody enjoyed it It was brim full of goods things Dr Perdue will lecture Thursday aaorniag December lath Dr Giddie December 82nd Dr C C Battle J uua ry 12th 1006 The brillfl presented the University tuillaenloeAll Again we thank the Dr and hla good wife I Dr Parrish was kind enough to bring BereajOoiIqestd the iupirlug addrssses of these able divisiacsvad trust that they will come again Monday was ft grand day for V jardAbysyBians Rev W H Moses Miss IIeI n Parrisb ant MW Peyton of Oaicago toed Inspiring rasnarks Our boys Logan and HamptoB and Miss V An dtrsoE bed all speliboomi as Mrc 11esy day long U be rscassibered Q ATR1BUTB OF RESPECT J Whartat thf Almighty has seen fit U fffsjrreift our olaae mates sckool pateVftOd f afjdf JB T tOft IjJlJI fettajintDtUcf Astnbeat ontttM ptoD ri i1ndiir fj ta 11 MOKTBUES ftiitaeftriat attat 7cemts ytlet Teacher is ptrctpj l ptrqartert QUA 5 2II2II 2II 4aat1 OV ItIr7 Qisiteiljrsliai IJt per ropy l per quarks I tr 4 peryearIYew i Soteats3M7aesrLt cast wkly 554a r Yeast ItrsemlmbnthIy 3IITtarlsai r onthM j Ttt 6lavcearllmonthly 15 teats tr1arl In clubs of ten or more 10 cents ptryttrt mNitalIt1ltiu now conplele Is printed In three parts I PREPARATION FOR CHRIST 30 GosbpapercoyerI American Baptist PubllcationSocietyJWESTERN HOUSE 1407 Olive Street St Louis Mo sjmputhy in this bercarwm ant aced commend them to their heavenly father Knowing that she died in toe full tri- umPh of faith The Lord gave and the Lord haa taken blessed Is the name of the Lord Be It further Resolved That a copy ot these resolution be spread upon the minutes of tbe third normal class of which throe of the worthy soul are members a copy be sent to the family and a copy be published in the Amen can Baptist Committee from the class Miss Vernetta Anderson Mr BoB Scott Committee from the University Mrs M E Steward Mr R D Saalberry Mr Geo Hamptoa THE STATE MISSION WORK December 81st 1004 brings to us the end of the fourth quarter In this ap peal we ask that each church in the state will send us one dollar and that each Sunday School will send us fifty cents We ask this kind of con tribn button because this present plan of cooperation ends with the year 1904 and the Board hopes to have money on ofgmissionaries in full This cannot be done if the money is not forth- Coming We very mach hope that the pastors deacons and superintendents will loak after this matter at once Let us remember brethren that it is now winter and that missionaries and their families like you aid yours need their money Brother please dent wait till the end of the year but let us have the money at once You will kindly send all money railed for this purpose taReT P H Ken nedy DD 827 Clay street Henderson KYDone bv order of the Executive Board Dec 12th 1904 C H PARRISH Ct airman W R RICHARDSON Secretary s Louisville KyrA Wopd about SeottsvilleChuih In keeping with the oemman of Iboardedr for Bcottsville to reach in a revival meeting Qn reaching my destination I way met by deacon r H Hughes and taken to his most pleasant home happis ness I togas that Rob Allen had so theNy ready lor battle We lad a wonderful meeting sinners were convicted monr Den converted and Christians evlved I was paid well for my services ther were ten happy Quit added to the I theScottariUe1 and buy h4x4er tfared oafuptdtiqIy at the tabs in the W own homss lUri Jut Mrs Dow T fnlqltboq d ors PlJIitbJeaat T 1t m JJ i J t 7ofBJ 1rIlWto I Y 3irtUtolirtl r J t1 t N0 L ItfIa r LESSON LEAFLETS Bitle 1 eachrriflUTJ tperautrttrlPicturef ttt ptr quarttr Bible Lesam Pictures 75 cents per gwrterlVHOME DEPARTMENT SUPPLIES Stator ED Omsrterly cents A4mceL Quarterly 2IIper copyI ptrgrartnf 12II GMiWtrk I WEST fONT KY The West Point Baptist oh rch IIrta growth and is doing better tbia year under the paatrral chcrge of Rev EK Russell of Louisville than it has for fif v teen years The members ere at vrk and doing p ode Slate rm ssu j ewlx r by her gc J1 r ud faithf work has pt t prtwo 8tOV t in the cbur h Sinter Sav anab M ten and sinter E Kenneri with others have paid foi all thu was f that the ohurch has had c mpletfd Ota f church IU now sealed wUb1 reatlbtriv rV Jfrv 1 bell tower a t + i large bell in it and It i +4x f is all paid tor i tl about 82000 By the f help of God we w oay out in a shorts 1U time We pray tiit brother Russell W will live long ard do much more good and that he will remain in our littlei eJDone N E KENNEDY r Church Clerk Phelps HallBible Training School 1 6tt Connected with the Tuskegee Iiuti toted Tuskegee Ala often exception al opportunities to young men wishing to prepare for the Christian ministryr A The chief alma of the Bible Train Psk ing School are to give young colored men and women a cotDprebenslvfPkuca X dgt ti bt entile HI glisll FillI 11and to implant into their hearts the noble ambition to dedicate their lives 4fthe elevation and Christianizatjou Oiaktheir people The student are mjuir ed to do missianary work in the v i OUR r fchurches and Sunday School rasa tbe l Institution and in this way ha been t vsry helpful the neighboring cr emu t 11tlIThe teaching of tbe Bible 8001Ia whoa undenominational the i en tion being not to oppoaeor antago e any theological work now being cIe bat rather to sestet all denominrX OM- BPhelpa Hall the building in which the school is taught wa venby a generous New Xork fri 7 Jt 18 a frame structure three statist igh con raining a chapel library ding room and the office of the start th ffbvi rooms baaldi fj ly rco p l fordonriltory purposes 11 fBeand Rev J H Gad 81 Ht tree Geo R W Clllitotiof Charlotl N Cstand Dr s ft T Johnson of P ti1elj hla Pa deliver aregularosup of llectures dur the term Rev MOBH Jackton of the t Presbyterian church ChiongS deliver 1 ed a specoial course of lectures during she past term The teaching is free T cost of horns including furnished ror h light fuel washing etc is 860 pet month w Students will be trivet au oppc unity t to work out from 150 to 300 o this amount this leaving only fi60 to T7UX I to be paid in cam In source case ar raDlemenb may beinade so that stu r dents may work out the whole amount ti + Xanlr t means need debar noner Fpj tit thet Information address i r Booker T Washington 0 Principal Tuskegep Institute i i n Tus efee institute Ala e t rf i a tr 1 k aSELLS t rJ rr r 3 cI lth 1 1 = Aw I I AJESRICAN BAPTIST SKOEUBVE 16 1804 AMERICAN BAPTIST KSTABUBHBD 1879 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY or1flCK 710 FIFTH ST LOUISVIIAE XV SE Yswutt In titance 125 ix MoJrrBat 75 VHWE MOOTS 40 MTOH3 COPY FRXB 0T+ MSr ota nbaoad inors ws TIle dMSIMVMl1 M + rbe Is1 ir Y k N Iwboa o noaIt d Rht sr- II 1 pr p+rflMdfctM aocbeaict wkw two CII + vitiM fBpMBiMftltia AM iVyea eI s ebs Pot of s- dg imNee 8aJ lie r tie ad tir- aeitepp 1 t arIy n1M- lIwen veal adefialtt- seder tdisottaivie receive sad tfc MfaMXlBttMl lid AD fall to Htt ue tie rer tie FRIDAY DECEMBER 16 1904 We are informed that the Committee of the National Baptist Con vention appointed in Austin at their last annual session to consider the propriety of co operating with the Southern Baptist Convention ac cording to the plan adopted by the Southern Baptist Convention tad a meeting and alter considerable disagreement broke up in a row The Baptist Sentinel- It is a mystery how any such report of the sessions of this Commission or the subcommittee could have been given out for it is just as far from the real facts as it could be We have attended every session ol the Commission and of the subcommittee and they have been off the most orderly serious and digni fled character and from present in dications they will be perfectly bar ttotbouJihout and an micabl adjustment of the entire question reached Certainly up to this time the meetings could not have been more in concord and deliberations more peaceful THE reversal of the Scott Cir cuit Court for the third time by the Court of Appeals in the case oi Caleb Powers ought to be convin cing evidence that he has not had a lair and impartial trial and in hi fourth trial if the rule laid down in the opinion of the Court is followed the verdict will be different JJudge Barker who prepared the opinion oif the Court also submitted an indi vidual opinion in which he contends that a Federal question is involved and that the manner of selecting the juries which have tried Powers has been in violation of the Four Amendment This opinion iis concurred in by two other judges oif the Court and has been warmly approved by many of the leadin lawyers The changed conditions iin the state and the lessening of polit ical passion and bitterness will no doubt secure for him this time such a trial as the law guarantees THE Quarto Centennial of State University was a great succes every way except in the financial results and in that tmos of our brethren concluded that every one else would do their Part and that the little they would do would not be missed But in this they were mistaken and two failed to send an offering for the educational work The students as usual did splendidly but the churches Sunday School s and others did practically nothing Dr Purce has purposely deferred publishing the financial report iin order that all may be included w the report Besides this the money was never more needed than now and all concerned as earnestly are urged to send in their contributions at once so that the amount raised maybe commeniutted with our de nomination and the needs of th institution THBRBraayvbea good deal ot sentiment In it but still like mos human+ beings we would like to clop tktfear free oftfs bt and be t gin the new year with a clean This we could do easily if our subscribers who are in arrears would slm1 ply do their duty and come to our i relief Most of this class mean well and neglect paying up because they think the small amount they owe makes but little difference for getting that hundreds of these small amount make in the aggregate a beIlongPost Cffice and send us the amount of your indebtedness Let it be ever so small as we need the mon ey If you are in doubt about the matter read the label on your pa per and it will advise you THE Executive Board of the General Association has determined for the present Associational year to push the appointment plan for raising money for State Missions with renewed energy This is a just and equitable plan and every church should be willing to adopt it and in this way provide the money nec s sary to conduct State Mission work in Kentucky In order that the Board may wisely provide for the future each church is expected to determine what it will do and ad vise Rev P H Kennedy D D Henderson Ky This is the last quarter of the fiscal year and it is very important that the churches act at once good Tidings of Great Joy From Franklin KY On the fourth Sunday in October Rev J H Thurman of Belzoni Miss preached three soulstirring sermons He is a great preacher and he does not only present the gospel in a logical and scholary way but he is powerful asweU Dr P H Kennedy of Henderson Ky Iwas with us in the afternoon and made a fine talk and received a nice after collection The collection during the day was 11500 and the best of all it happened to be pasto al day We closed on the second Sunday in November a glorious meeting Rev J M Moore assisted me in the meeting and done most of powerfulspreacher and a great worker on the floor among sinners Some young preachers cannot do much good preaching at their home church where they were reared But Rev was reared up here and trained up in this church and my people love to hear him preach His sermons in this section will be long remem ber J the result of which fortyfive happy souls were added to the church saying they had been born meetinggthe converts and other members and friends presented me a fine baptismal suit and to say that I thank them is not enough but I am with out language to express my grati tude for their kindness shown me and I pray that the Lord may bless them in whatsoever they do and that they may prosper And also Rev Thomas Hampton another son ol thunder did valuable work in the meeting On the second Sun day in November we baptised thir ty happy souls in the presence of a large crowd both white and colored I fellowshipped the candidates that night Now our congregation is i I growing so large that our house is not large enough to accommodate them therefore the minds of all the i members and friends are turned toward building a new brick hurchI at once pray for us On the 28th of November Dr Carey Smothers I of Versailles Ky preached for us aI I sermon long to be remembered he was at his best and you know how aeI powerful sermon for Rev Allen and hisfood people The Dr is a fa vorlt of my people aid we IIf1t ale waAfUid to see him f tTHM I I r F nK J nFr NEWS AND NOTES CasII The Baptist Church at New tie Ky has called Rev W L Brents of this city toots pastorate The State Business League of Arkansas will meet in its third an nualsession in Little Rock Dec 28 to 30 The Chicago Tribune which has kept a reccrdPcf lynchings for many years states that there was not a single lynching in the United States during the month of November Colored agents teachers and preachers to write sick and accident insurance liberal policy can earn 7500 to 30000 month ly Experience unnecssary Ad dress Lock box 515 St Louis The State Teachers Association of Kentucky will meet in Lexington Tuesday Dec 27th and close Thursday Dec 29th It promises to be the most interesting session in the history of the Association Senator Platt of New York has introduced a bill in the U S Sen ate to reduce representation in Congress and in the Electoral College of such states as disfranchise voters Wiley fones one of the best known colored citizens of Arkansas died at his home in Pine Bluff Wednesday Dec 7th He once owned the street railway in Pine Bluff and was to be estimated to be wcrth 100000 The Association of Presidents ot the Colored A M Colleges will hold its third annual session in Memphis Tenn Dec 28 to 30 A very interesting program has been arrangedand promises to bn sue lul meeting If you are personally interested in Oklahoma the Black mans Ca naan the farmers paradise and the colored farmer best and last chance write to me and I will gladlyl give you any desired information Address Dr HW Conrail Drake Building Guthrie Oklahoma Remus Rnbinscn a Negro was naturalized in the circuit court at Birmingham Ala a few days ago the first on record in Jefferson county Robinson is a native of the West Indies and was a subject of King HdwardPeoples Defender Cuba is forging along in the right direction for a republic It now has 3600 public sceools with 120000 pupils animreaeof 0000 over last year It has appropriated 2500000 for new roads and brid ges and has virtually exterminated yellow fever there being but one case during the past year To go up is to GET UP which being interpreter means quit stand ing on the street corners with a cigarette in your mouth Go to work Find something to employ hand heart and brain and thus serve yourself your race your country and the age in which you liveThe Conservator V The Pope Bicycle Daity Memo randum Calender for 190 contains a memorandum leaf for every day in the year and 365 original sayings in favor of good roads good health outdoor exercise and that great vehicle of healthgiving the modem bicycle by our most eminent lliv lag men of mared accomplish memU The calendar is free at Pope Mfg Gosstore or any of our readare can obtain it by seridin five 2C stamps to Pope Mfg Co Hartford 1 or 143 Siel St Chicago Ill nnII 1 denb the product of1 q fiars of nmremitf oa eryicea The men whollstd oa ouia u1i 1- i I ifogs and pro the Ir- r l1 whohave served tl1t ir Apprentice ship These men won their spurs through years of toil and sacrifice Occasionally a sky rocket shoots across the heavens but eer it enters the arena of contending powers wh re great spirits fight for the mastery his force is spent and he is forgotten but he who climbs the heights by the force of his own genius lives for ever The Torch- Light The People Delighted Mrs Josephine Straghn of British Guiana was in our town iastweek working in behalf of Foreign Mis sions After having lectured strongly and pointedly to our folks and Sunday afternoon delivered what is said to be one of the most profound and instructive addresses we have ever heard on Foreign Missions to a large audience of whites at the white Baptist church She some times had her audience laughing and at other timeserving but at all times within her grasp The people here of both races were delighted to see and hear her and pro nounced her a wonderful woman Indeed she is worth her weight in gold as a Foreign Mission advocate Our white friends eyes were opened on South American Missions Miss Straghn has at her command an array of facts on South American life As she spoke of her conversion and devotion to the Baptist Cause she stirred the people and brought forth a unanimous UAmen from the audience present may she live long to aid in the great cause of Foreign Missions Observer Henderson Ky IN HEHORIAU OF MRS ANN RUSSELL 3MWhereas The Lord has visited our ranks and taken our worthy and beloved coworker in the First Baptist Church and also in Motto Union Lodge No 35 Q S and D of S She was always prompt to duty both in her church and lodge and what her hands found to do she did it well always keeping an eye singular to the glory of God and the upbuilding ot his cause She was a good mother and a loving companion but her place at home is vacant her voice is hushed in death her footsteps will be heard no more She was indeed a pa tient and faithful servant while on earth and we regret to give her up but the Lord giveth and the Lord takethaway and blessed be the name of theLord- Therefore be it Rosolved That we bow in humble submission the Divine will of God Resolved That we ever hold dear to our memory her many no ble traits of character and profit thereby Resolvad That we extend our heart felt sympathy to the bereaved husband and family f Sleep on dear mother sleep youi work will grow like leaven while your body rests in earth your soul s safe in heaven Done by Motto Union Lodge No 35 G S and D of SJ Dr R B Bell Chief C a Vaughn F Sect Russellville Ky Dec i 1904 House and effects burned to asher s Evangelist T P Smith Good Springs Tenn who has been assisting the Rev E Williams D D in a very successful revival at the Virginia Street Baptist church this city recived the sad intelligence this morning that his house and effects at Good Springs Tenn had burned to ashes Brother Smith is well know over this State and we hope his many Mend will come to his relief if not by special donation and collection give him an opportunity to conduct meetings and assist him in replacing his loss As a result of the revival about seventy petsocs professedi 9 hppo inChrast 45 of wJom were ba dayArlHopfcrasville Ky l Escl 4 r IMIIIII NOTES OFLOCAL INTEREST Rev f W Million of Eminence Ky attended the Quarto Centennial of State University last week Rev H A Keeton of Rardstown Kv Was in the city this weeken route to Owenton Ky Rev SE Smith DD was in the city Tuesday enroute from Lexing ton to Owensboro The ordinance of the Lords sup per will be administered at the Portland church next Sunday after noonIRev WR Richardson pastor of Little Flock Baptist church has re moVed to No 1427 Logan St where he may be found er addressed in the future Dr C H Parrish and deacons M Baughman and W D Wilson of Calvary church spent last Sun day afternoon in Chariestpwn with Bro CM Hammonds Dr Parrish lectured on his trip to the Holyl Land Mr Henry Norton the well known barber died at his home Eleventh street last Tuesday and his funeral took place from the church of Our Merciful Saviour Thursday after noon He wasa member of Unity Lodge No12 F A M Mr H Houleesworth white of Albert Edwards Lodge No 1267 F A M Leeds Yorkshire Eng was entertained by a few of the members of the Masonic Club at their hall 719 W Walnut street last Friday night He is an interesting entertainer and was highly pleased with the club The annual celebration of the Emancipation Proclamation will be observed at the Congregational church 17th and Chestnut streets January 1St at 730 p m under the auspices of the Howard Uni- versitY Association prof Kelley Mille of Washinton D C J E Givens A S White J R Harris C W Houser Miss NannieH Bur roughs and others will speak A popularity contest will be given at Lampton Baptist church Han cock St December 19 1904 for the benefit of the Red Cross Sani tarium The gentleman receiving the greatest number of votes will be declared the most popular The contestants are Messrs Jesse Mer chant Lawrence Givens and Le veil Dorsey xo cents admits to a musical and literary entertainment and entitles a person to one vote trM CA NOTES Meet 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 The Y M C A helps young Presimendent Roosevelt TbjB noued foreign missionary Rev W Sheplerd addressed L splendid audience at Odd Fellows Hall last Sunday Be sure to attend the Vesper aiel vies at the churqh of Our Merciful Saviour Sunday December 35th at 43 p m- Mens meeting at the rooms Sui day 33Q p m Subject A Wise Choice 1 School Notes t 9iG Corporal punishment has abandoned in the schools The Christmas holidays will be extended from December 23rd to 1January 3rd L llr i BTaylor has appointei as janitor of the Western sc altf o fill the yacancy cavstd by the of Nuncr t- ittiMiss Nan Iii flurronghsoi1 the O1cityStant6 Varw fttisitora atnkN tnl Ml 1oiciy T i1 f il I The State Teachers Also ciation- II r IITo the Members of the Sttte Teachers Association and Friends lof Education of Ky- II The colored teachers of the State will hold their 28th annual meetingII I at Lexington Ky December 27 29 1904 The first session will open promptly at 2 pm Tuesday Dec 27thand the entire meeting willI be conducted with due regard for I dispatchIII The last four meetings of our As largebodyable number of persons interested in the cause of education and the progress of mankind The y have I inI the meetings who has expressed I anything bifor the time and money investedI The program for the coming meeting has many attractive feat urea It will be fall of interest frcm beginning to end i Our special guests this year are Prof Kelly Miller Washington DtC State Superintendent J H Fu r CovingtonPresident W G Frost Berea Cola loge Let all planning to attend the meeting write to Mr Walker Graves 333 Ohio St Lexington KY Chairman of the Reception Com mittee who will procure homes for visiting teachers When you purchase your ticket pay full fare to Lexington and secure a certificate certifying to the same This will permit you to return home for one third fare Be on hand at the opening of first session Kentucky expects each one ot her teachers to do his duty F L Williams President W C Jordan Secretary iFun Ctmlton Ky Our beloved pastor B P Burch conducted a revival at New LIbertyIKy 3ev S Smith pastor with great interest three for water and thirteen restored Church is great ly revived raised 5600 Oar pastor then went from there to ltGhent Ky Rev S Smiths other IFchurch where he labored two wet ks until the walls of strife and preju dice fell This church is may revived twentyone for water andrfour reclaimed raised 2600 We ilSundayf and Odd fellows had a Thanksgiving y dinner clearing 33 oo We haveIa splendid revivalist as pastor and a good deacon board thus t rahechurch iis in better condition than has been for yearsIH Miller Carrollton Ky i r= a Ehoes from the N 4 A C One of the most enjoyable pro grammes of the season was ren I vinlItedtcreditably we make specal mention of Miss Lizzie Wlliami of L I Mortonsville and Mr Matthew r I Brown of Benton Ala 3 Many of our prominent citizens won present at our exercises Among them were Mr Attilla Nor man President of White Ask Beattyvflle coal mine Mr eL Dor NIEvans white Several boxes were received osh t r Thanksgiving from friends of Jla school Our students are Well pleatedtjlil + station They have voted to siijr r hare Christmas and are in favor of oily two or three days for jolkfica dons Li li- Twee w on font tae wIIit 11 I J t ft hclOtIt tdt f7 r 100 VrVsi f e h l k i T I 1 If f = = Tr Trtr t1Ci j r I t t 0fi AMEBIftSH T111 DlGiImD 18 19W C The Cau I aths There U a m ig In this country most flange ose so decep I Many sudden 4alhsarecaused by ldiseaselI Fefailure or apoplexy are often the result t Jofkidney disease If 9 kidney trouble is al theJI l y 0 i 1 toed will attack the jjtx vital wrgans or the kidneys themselves break down and waste away cell by cell Bladdet troubles me it always result from a derangement of the due i lend a cure is obtylner quickest bya proper treatment of he kidrsys If you we feeling badly you KilmersSwampRoot remedyIt tc hold urine and scald Ing pun in passing It and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to manyUmolextroMlnary effect of SwampRoot is soon realized It stands ths highest for its wonderful cures of the mo distressing cases 5wnipRoot is pleasant to take and sold by all nrugglsts in fiftycent and onedollar crillhavells all about It both nom orawampttoot ent free by mall Address Dr Kilmer Co tnrhamton II Y When writing mention line this generous otter in this paper Dont mike anv mistake but remem er the name SwampRoot Dr Kilmer B vsmp Root and t ae address Binghamp fcua1N Y on every bottle Cs B CLAY The Tailor Twenty Years before thecitizens of the city and you will find me ready to wait on you and ahow you a prod line of samples for both La dini and Gentlemen I will cut and snakeyou any kind of Garment you want at YOUR PRICK also will Clean Dye and Repair at a rate lees than you can get elsewhere Earnestly Solicit Your Patronage Dout forget Name and Place 921 W BROADWY Call or send postal card or mil HOMK PHOMK 3460 and I will call personally- REtflDBNCIC1527 PRENTICS ST Sr W JORDAN SONS Itt W Walnut Ft LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Mar tila turers or all kiwis of Fam rnanis and Ices excellent Soda with Fruit Syrups For prices and Quality Excelled I i NoneiI TELEPHONE 34- 0SYVmatso Ult D EllTAKER EMIALNEB N W Coif CHMTZCTJT AMD iQthSw Kurnlshet Coffins Cues Shrouds and everything for Funerals Prompt services Reasonable terms 141 8FAC riON GUARANTEED CMSIDELL SCHRADER STON cI COMPANY Small Loans and Real Estate Solid tore Watches Jewelry and all kinds of Merchandise Bought and Sold All kinds of Stoves on hand HOME PHONE 57 U 539 W Green St Louisville A J K NEIGHBORS TheMitt Photograph 1IIIIq11lllattNllu4lramtqalptdalt1 i HOME PHONE 4t1fr yia W Waluat SL LouIVILIJC Jey WMIRS 1 Industrial Glob- 726WWlMtStLNisilUl KT t teBoard by the day or week lodging for ladies only anYtimge Delic1111at JFoac AKtYtr 1laCrtam i Wantf aa Sins wke are strsagsrs fa the fjtr wilt fi44 Safe eovirqa tMtaii la eur dab rasaf Rome Pfcoot 3070 t Ai r I i r r I INSTITUTE WORK Bowling Green Elizabethtown Owensboro Henderson Madison ville Greenville Hopkinsville Russellville Princeton Mayfield Hickman Clinton Shelbyville Ca diz Stanford Franklin Richmond Frankfort Maysville Winchester I Paris Georgetown Danville London 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 and all other arrangements The course ot lectures will bF first on the Gos pel ot John second on the Bap Articles of Faith It would greatl- Y l incourage the managers and conductors of the institute work if the pastors and churches would invite us to hold these meetings wit them Who will be the first to do so If your name is not m the above list that may not hinder you from inviting us You can have ii- if it you want it Let me hear from you The Lord bless you an servicyoure P H KennedyGeneral Missionary 927 Clay St- Henderson Ky ADVANCED NORMAL COURSE INTRODUCED AT TUSKE GEE INSTITUTE An Advanced Normal Course f 1 teachers of the Common Branches and teachers of Manual Training the Trades and Agriculture will be established at the Tuskegee Insti tute September 13 1904 the next school term The course in eludes a review of all the element ary studies the elements of psy chology the history of education general and special methods of teaching and school managemen- observation of model teaching and practice teaching in an admirably equipped training school are requir ed Graduates of Tuskegee an persons of equivalent education ar admiited without examination Persons of some experience i teaching are accorded special ad vantages In writing for further details be sure to specify whether you wish training for a teacher I of a specific industry like blacksmithing or agriculture 2 of manual training or 3 ot academe- rancher Address all correspondence to Principal Booker T Washington Tuskegee Ala T 15 qty Mimtetsra anad woeD- esea This body met Monday morning at Green St church Members present Revs Russel Johnson Clellan Richardson Wm Ree Bowen Craighead Perdue Caddie HaEl Mitchell Lewis Rhodes Memfiel- Jacobs Offutt Talley Alexander Blue Higbtower Herrington Kennedy Frank Brethren Generals Ramsey Visitor Rev C F Choclzzli of AbyssiniaRev W T Russel presided and Revs AG Hall and W Reed conducted devotional services REPORTS Green StSS 81 collection 2L 54 pastor preached collection 55 Bear ssSS 20 collection 41 cents pastor preached col 1850 Cable StSS 21 collection 18 50 LamptonS S 84 collection 3 10 pastor preached one for baptism one restored and one under walchcare collection 3125 Little FlockSS 20 col 7cts pastor preached collection 800I Emmanuel S Ho collection 1 38 pastor and Rev P H Kennedy preached collection 3555- Simpsonville Rev Wm Reed preached two tor baptism col 10 32 Centennial pastor preached onei + J ti ir by baptism collection 1200 Mt OliveS S 55 collection 70 cts pastor and Rev Riley preached one by relation collection 1700 La GrangeS SI2 collection 22cts pastor and Rev Perkins preached collection 765 Zion S S 210 collection 500 Revs WH Moses and P H KenI nedy preacned collection 31 oo BardstownS S 22 collection 31 cts Rev A G Hall preached col 11058FairfieldSS 27 collection 10 pastor preached collection 3018 Howards ChapelSS 24 col 24 cts pastor preached collection 2 25 Ninth StSS 50 collection 700 pastor preached collection 2300 Good ShepherdS 25 col 20 tats Rev I Herrington preached collection 765 Bland StSS 30 collection 80 cts pastor preached collection 6 13h Rev B G McClellan preached splendid sermon from John 155 Theme + + The Believers entire dependence upon Christ which was approved by the Conference Ad Merrifield was appointed to preach next Monday The special committee submitted the following report Louisville Ky Dec 12 1904 To the City M D Conference Your committee has carefully examined the matter of moral and social conditions of our people in this city and we have reached the following conclusions I We think that earnest personal talks with individual members o our churches In their respective homes would do much in giving them higher conceptions of the re sponsibility of Christian citizenship 2 Parents should be encouraged keep their children in both the day and Sunday School and not neglect the attendance of divine services i the several churches otf sentiment and action upon the part of the ministry in this important work we recommend that every oaf Neew Years day preach a special sermon nencessity of an improved Christian life in the incoming year among all the people 4 That we give more attention to reform movements intended for the uplift and elevation of the marc al supportRespectfully submitted BateslJ H Perdue Wm H Steward The report was adopted slid o motion a copy was ordered to b sent to each church in the city and iilpproval requested usual collection was taker pronouncedd Conferenced This body met with the Eminence Baptist church Members present H w Jones N Caldwell S Mack C J Murphy J w Million G N Butler Visitors Dr Reynolds J M Caldwell P Gullion D L Blakeniore and brother Generals Devotional service was conduitte- b Revs Caldwell and Blakemorti REPORTS EmminenceS S collection 3 18 pastor Rev DP Jones and I Hemngtonp reached two restore collection 4720 Clay Village pastor preached1I collection 1390- Chestnut Grove pastor preached collection 490 Green Castle pastor preached collection 3530 SS col 265 BrowsboroSS 25 collection 325 pastor and Revrm Taylor preached 9 for baptism andj2 ro start collection 5300 SmithfieldSS 20 collection f 00 pastor preached collection 14 00 I Lllr Jrl 5 J it t 4 iHOPSONI- I I- IMerchantI Tailor Cleaning deliveredSpecial Order 6 Charge327M555 aRtltckTHome IT IS TEfi CLOTHES THAT tfASE THE ICff Ma tenon makes the Clothes I cater to good dressers and quote the very lowest price Regulation Garments given Eswcial Attention leaningDyingEII MASTERSON 8 W Cor Vest Wainut Sts I ouiivilie Ky C ampbeliburgSS collection IFosterrestored one for baptism collection 1200 Sulphur pastor preached collection 1000 JeffersontownSS collection 3 75 pastor and Rev Wm Brents preached 5 restored 3 by relation ii for baptism collection 1000 JW7500fpastor and Rev T R Butler and N Dorsey preached collection 400S- helbvvilleS S 35 collection WakefieldtoL G Jordan preached 16 for baptism 8 restored one by relation 4 collecn tion 7560 The Conference adjourned to meet with the church at Bagdad Wednesday after the north Sunday in December Moderatorf aten Mimlcten sail Dew wn Meeting YDear Bro Steward We attempted to raise your money SISO tadls thee brethren were not present however and so we raised only raised 100 I will haveto nick that you allow us one week more to raise the ojhero and 1 will forward iii next Monday YOlusnFryeeThis body met Monday morning at Willard St Church Members i present Revs Bush Hawthorn B M Johnson Wilson R and J W Jackson Holloway Taylor Frye Fuller Fisher and Chinn Brethren Douglass Brown May field Lewis and Jackson Rev G B Bush presided and Rev 1 Francis Wilson conducted devotional services Being void of space the reports were ommitted this week By motion Dr J M Allen will1 be invited to address this body next Monday eAdjourned jto meet with the Mondaydby SPUD A IIDR- YCBBISTK S wittt the old folks I lOW zL6TmS With long limit via Big FourO- nI December 34th astb a6th ad 3ist itoo4 also January sat said wad 1905 tickets will DC on sale belwae all local CincinPuVitt Northern R4R aad D U B RI al so to all pointy on otnnectioa lies in Central Fasc ger AesodtUon terriUxy TiokeU will be shop for return teend inc ludinn January 4tkI9O- SWu8EN J LYNCH G P T A ClMianatt 0 Fri 7- Xnule eATSfGoMnl Afsnt y 1S a I k MPJIl r tk t ij I IllinoisI Central RR Excursion tickets now on sale at reduced rates to New Orleans La Havana SpringsArk California and many other points with liberal stopover and return iimits Cheap Hoineseekers Excursion tickets on sale the lit and Tuesdays off each month to points South and WattI Farming in the SouthI CellSailroadStockraiRqi RentnetWetFarmer or Homesetker who will forward kii name addreu meCircubrs PIconofuniNtlilCoreat AgiOiF W HARLOW Div Pass Ag Chesapeake ObioRye I FAAlEDFORITSAIAON1fICIENT andYDINING CAR SERVICE THROUGH PULLMAN CARS BETWEKN LOUISVILU AC WASH- INBTONBALTIMOIIE PHILADELPHIA MEW YORK STOP OVER PRIVILEGES R B PARSONS D P A LoUlSVIru Xy t Solid Comfort in Travel1 Means The BERSON Route Free Reclining CHAIR CARS on all Trains between Louisville Kentucky Points and St louis COLONIST and HOME 8EFKERS t RATES to they WEST SOUTHWEsT If you contemplate a trip or a chen of location in the near futur Get the Henderson Route Habit It is the comfort line and a comb F table train in traveling is always a good habit to acquire At least give us the opportunity of naming you rates We have the equipment the tJ aiD service the free chair cars and the rates WHAT MORE DO YOU WANT Geo L GARRETT T P Agent L J IRWIN Gem Pus Agt Henderson Route Louierill e Ky i Half the world is on the wrong scent in pursuit of happiness They think it consists in having and get ting and in being served by others It consists in giving and serving others Henry Drummond BELLS =Aufn rsa I i + v i TI tif r I j j I Variable Rte Tickets 1r r TO 3LOIi Aj t 1t I PLI VIA 4 SOUTHERN RAILWAY in connec tion with the QUEENand CRESCENT ROUTEfTravelers from Louisville Cincinnati du or points ncrJh of the aunn land of Flori I CnattanoogaLookout JacksonSlueadditionaltustSavannah Comm r bta AsueviUe CarolinAversathudpassing skythatCarolinalasingMountainsUnakaRanges plateuItabuvesea AbHEVILLE Uroundrangeestopovertourists annaOcher LndoforHot y Tryon BrevardTexawaj vVaynesviiie All Florida qUIcklyfastandthroughalrepln Railwooeituerthroagh t via Chattanooga and Atlanta THE FLORIDA LIMITED or leaving Cincinnati 830 a m connect ingl from at Lexinctoft with mnrniog rain taonvilleearlyeverl i iyear Tbe Chicago and Florida limitedleaving Cincinnati in the evening con r trainfromin 7a KytrainsrunswithDining J ter tourist rates schedues literature or olher information appy to A fr ECarrCity t II 4thLouisville 4CPass Agt St Louis Mo fI To California viaiJfiScenic Colorado Route or True Southern l1f daily through Pullmau standard SleePingtcars St Louis to San Francisco via the lIislJoariPacificvand Scenic Colorado ehgantiourist tricepsgcsr service ev ftv TUESDAY and THURSDAY from 5t Louis tlstandardAngeles California via frem Mountain route the true- TRUE I SOUTHERN ROUTE inewvia from Mountain route and El1 Paso leave SaturdayTheup to dater Round Trip and Lowrate one way tickets are on sale via from Ryfim r I berths reservation and full information addauy representative Missouri Padfir Iron Mountain system or R T S Matt l hews T P A room 301 Norfon Bid Louis j StjSOMETHING NEW VARIABLE TOURS TO FLORIDA via IandGo One WayReturn Another oI 1Ashevilleand Beautiful Sapphire County and re turning via Atlanta and Chattanooga or I vine versa are now on sale at low rites t The Florida Limit solid train of r finest Pullman Drawing Ro m Sleepers J t and yestibnled coaches wth dining service enroutd leaves Cincinnati caII morning via Queen and Crescent Route running through without change to Jack j sonville via Chattanooga and Southern Railway fSpecialC l gant Drawing Room sleeper lion Cars etc will leave Observeni evening except Sunday runuiu throw igh solid to St Augustine via Chattanooga and Southern Ry with Dining Car Through Pullman Sleepers to Jancksonville from Cincinnati ev via Knoxville Asheville Sa f Prom Louisville connection witb all o f + tbe above trains is made at Lexington by trains of Southern BytFor Land of the Sky book Winter Homes folder rates schedules or other information address StLeUII hr r and Crescent Cincinnati 0 = C H HUNGERFORD Dist Pass Agen 234 Fourth Avenues Louisville Ky it DR Jat Ii WILUAM- SCHlROPODISTi Corji and Bunions Extracted with y out pain Ingrown 2nd Club malls + permanently cured Ladies ttea t I ed it tfieir residenceJf preferred 1 f oc oura Olic aDd Beudelice 4 ila to a pm 718 W Walnut 4dl 4fJslii6lBpaa q t I 1 lirl r r w =iii idJ tMi f = Jf 6 7 l1 I 2 11 l iI V I AM3CBCCAS BAFTIflTT + MOAT DEHEMBER Iff 1904 SUNDAYSCHOOL LESSON SUNDAY DECEMBER 25 THE PRINCE OF PEACE Isaiah 917 Motto Text His name shall be called Wonderful Counsellor The Mighty God The Everlasting Father The Prince of Peace Isaiah 96- Nevertheless the dimness shall not be such as was in her vexation when at thefirst he lightly afflicted the land of Zebulun and the land of Naphtali They had thought the first affliction severe but worse was in store for king and people These two tribes inhabited what was af tewards known as upper and lower Galilee And afterwards did more grievously afflict her by the way of the sea beyond Jordan in Galilee oj the nationsThe country west of thesea of Galilee and east of the Jordan This prophecy which begins with the seventh chapter was probably written in the days of Ahaz Isa jab prophesied in his home at Jeru salem The days were among the darkest of all in the history of Israel Ahaz was one of the worst of kings Stanley says of his reign the wor ship of Moloch the savage god of Ammon was now established notI only on the heights of Olivet but in the valley of Hinnonns on a spotJJ known by the name of Tophet I close under the walls of Jerusalem There the brazen statue of the goJJ was erected with the furnace with in or at his feet into which the children were thrown 2 Kings 16fJ Superstitions appeared in every part of the country Gold and silI ver statues glittered throughout 1us dah Roth yers spirits ghosts were consulted Not content with establishing the worst form of idolatry Ahaz h ds the doors of temple shut up thus stopping the sacrifices to Godt Isaiah dealt very faithfully with this wicked king entreating and threatening but all without availa Meanwhile the enemies of Judah j were bearing down upon them Ahaz appealed to Assyria for help against Syria and Israel and the Assyrians came only to prove ifr anything a worse scourge to their allies than to their enemies Raw j linson describes the troubles of Judah i Great multitudes were carried captive or were slain in this deep afflicti n of the Jewish nation her old foes moreover rose up against her The Edonites on the south east and the Philistines on the southwest poured in their troops upon the devoted land and added 4 to its calamities The Philistines took permanent possession of the territory which they had overrunii occupying it and adding it to their ji1 dominion jjudah was indeed iis brought low and made naked Her country was desolate her cities1 were burned with fire her land jis strangers devoured in her preSence it was desolate and overthrown byC strangers 1 he territory that remained all to her was truly but a very small remnant and even this was threatened The people that walked in darkness er have seen agreat lihhtThe prophet knew that his prophecy would be fulfilled to the last jot and title and he speaks as if it had al ready came to pass This is not unusual1 with the rophets We of learn from Matthew that the reference is primarily to the Galileans But the light shone also on all Judea and shines today over all the for earth Tho tribes in Galilee were especially given to idolatry They walked in the darkness of sin it was gjTEaBitail thinK with them 41 They that dwelt in the land of the shadow of dlatllttTJ1e dark I new fia the shadow ofdeath because it dMUi to perdition just as the darkening of sight in the dying is a prelude to the night ofdisath Such f is tBt 4ar1mii8 of tin How won i f t1Jt j lLfAkLt I derfull the light which the Saviour brings showing a way to obtain the forgiveness of sinIII Titan hast multiplied the nation and not increased the joyThen- ot is a mistake of the transla tors and should be omitted They joy before thee according to the joy in harvest The joy of seeing the I fruit of their labors Harvest was a most joyful time in all agricultural II countries The Feast of the Tabernacles in which the harvest was rejoiced over was the greatest festival of the Jews Andas men rejoice when they divide the spoils The joy of victory over foes For thou hast broken the yoke of his burden and the staff of his shoulder The part of the yoke which rested on the back of the neck and the shoulders Reference may be rather to the beating of the Israelites with rods when they wer Midiianof Israel The victory of Gideon was a most decisive one utterly overthrowing their power and freeing his nation For every battle of the warrior is with confused noise and garments rolledin blood but this shall be with burning andfuel of life Which means according to the Hebrew that the armor and instru ments of war and the blood1 bespattered garments shall b e burned up and wars shall be e ded This is not so much a prophecy of conquest as of peace a peace how ever which is not to be expected until the enemies of God are voer come and therefore the prediction may be said to include both events the final overthrow and the aubse q u e n t prevalence of universal peace Alexander IuFor unto us a child is born unto us a child is livenThe for shows that the destruction of war and the coming of peace is the re caused by the giving of this The I us refers primarily to the IusIhaveI gift of God the unspeakable 5 gift And the government shallbe upon his slsorsldrrsAll things committed unto the Son till the last enemy shall be conqueredand Ills mediaocial kingdom be ended IcomparedI upon the shoulders And his name shall be called IVardcrfulHe himself as Gcdiiincarnate was wonderful a whichall his redeemed shall study throughout eternity with ever increasing delight His works 9f atonement is wonderful is the greatest wonder of the universe Counsellor Having infinite WIS- dom to counsel all needing no coun el TIlt mighty God Infinite wisdom is in the name Counsellor infinite power in his also The de plainly in the New In him dwell all 0 the fullness of the Godhead The everlasting Father The Christ one with the Father There are three persons but one God Ht Father here as the giver ol life He is socalled not merely- as the possessor of eternity bat because he is eternally the tender faithful and wise educator nourish and cherisher of his own people The Prince of PeaceNot of earthly peace he came not to send ber Tfoeshousehold But he is the PrinceC peace between a just and holy God and sinful plan How can a guilty creature have peace with his God is the one important question our lost race Otlu increase of his govern 3mint and peace there argil be n- oendIt fis a most blessed promise Souls shall be making peace wit their God and yeilding loving obedience to their Saviour Upon the Ask throne of DaviaS He was ajdeV icetidant of David and in him all sfatfi11opinion of David considering his 1 J JJi J7 7 1 t1i Ij i i reign the ideal one They should find their ideal surpassed in the I reign of the Lord To order it and ty establish it To order is toI govern and to establish it to make it firm and enduring never to be overthrown though the kings of the earth set themselves and the rulers take counsel together against itII Withjudgement and with ills tice from hencefortheves forever The zeal of the Lord of hosts will iieriorm teisGod has no only decreed this but his earnest affec tion is involved How many anoV how great are the assuranes which he has made to his peopleI i Not Fatal 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