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Jv1Iqo aiiiTs L f + ki- f 1L + 1 z r St Cy r li fW l r 4 jC I Y J l tRa F It r1s1r s r hl IP1M1yr +w +Y f t 1s Dt WtlIIIii J A n E p ICANDose i I BXPTISrbJr 1J t i 1 yr J VSJ Pub n I Il A J115Q J J n ti YO XrNOLI LOUISVILLE KY FRIDAY DECEMBER 23 lOOt ESTABLISHED 1879 Y1 l Let Them Pass forget Them Never mind bad thing you heard Dont repent a Mingle words Let them pass forget thorn De not tulud them tbey are not Wortby of a nlomenitt thought They have horn much mischief wrought Let them paSHforgtt tbeui ever mind what some brave said yart words by malice fed tit thuw pays i forget them ey were uutund and untrue m deserve no thought from you ii- t among the verj sew Vuo will utver wind them the other people say Word unkind front day to day Leit Item vawt forget them Ball bo matters with them give Kim words for unkind ones live As you know you ought i forgive Let them I1or et tutu Abu If you have said a word tow auuther klud ot reed Uftrnbf unkind and some one heard Iass It out but mind it Do auother kind of deed Maybe Nome oars bert will bleed If you do out mind it lx I WOMENS WORK Upon rrsutlug Carrollton we took buaI4 went to the inviting home of Mr end Mia Oscar Wood where we werd welcomed by dear asst r Wood andttr devoted mother Mrs Harriet Mariin in this pleasant home we spent a west delightful day In tbe afternoon through the kindness of Mrs Wood we enJoy J a d Iv + over the city called to ee liru Henry Williams family also eacnn Jours family was sorry to find slater Jones Indisposed Rev B P Burch the active past r was absent as1 httiig Rv Suilih in his revival meet Ins at New Libert but had announced our uwetiuK At 8 p m a large and pcuiauve audience I mblPcTaTifje First baptist church church Mrs An ole Wood conducted devotional esfr die the bholr under ber tutorage rendered oho oe selections She then in an earnest manner introduced UI and at the request of brother Hetry Mill we dferred our nHdr s until 910 p in us the odd Felloug were holding an Important mooting and de- SIred to attend after their adjournment In order to bold the audience we deid ed to have praise service until that hour many sitters present took PMt ia the service all exreeaiug a desire to do morn fur the Uasters cause han ev r before Our hrar B were mad to re Joloe when Urn Miller came iL1 with his brotherhood we presenter our claim and reoeiqed for our wor the oun of 531 tbe following persons iron otpffrethtenJames Barris Washington Stone Henry Skelton Will Barnett Leslie F Jnaed John C inter Robert Duke Sister Ma y Hfrln Margarette Hutcbl aon Aiult H Woods and Alice Mlll r 5J6 mute i auh Sorry to aay we found the 001113 nre nized a Tear ago ln actlvn but plfdired themselves to begin work with the New Year with a will I Tuesday morning Nov 8th WP were wortl11vIIIGrange en route to Suiitbfiuld reaching there found a earl UponI that as it was election dRY he that we defer our visit to a later date we therefore deoided to remain in lA Grange for stay and night andI was ph Inerl in the hnme of fly yarH Jr and Uo1 Wednes e tau ud Rev tinu awaiting rt kindly receiv who knows howto c 8 oclock p mr we cb found a faithful ney were earnestly en prayer meeting service prep a rfivnl Revi pillion intro 1 after praise service andurged rron II oct to our appeal ere we tied oar talk a collection ot irrn the following pacsons Misfadb Rev J W Million tury SUntns G W Cow r Youuff Jfjewls sisters Ira Alice Booker J W a Thomas Fanny Holly rbrmas Was glad to find 11 Million succeeding sc nicely r tfut bew floor bad juvi seen the oburfU and all weaned tsp Thursday wS Wept fo New 1 Cattle r SUES line vteileiJ the wbool apd t ci Fret tcCain and bit Isslstaat- gteXMfyt vlerld wltttonrttrell UU upllStePlJlltJ ifet r4tit erta i OV stay r tletabll A k4 ere YJlW the church which we fund without A pastor Rev Allen having resigned several months ago to acc pt the call to Lawrenceburg a few assem bled to hear a the deacons received us with CbiBtiarf courtesy We lad our claims before them and received for our work the sum of 126 Bro Muse I Harris gave 60 cents and the church I contributed the remaining 75 cents On I Friday night we should have gone to Pleasurefille but upon returning to Eminence we found a card for us from Bro Powers s aUg that it would not be convenient to bave ue come until a later date as he and his wife botb were at Campbulli4 urg Spent the dav with elstera Williams and Graves and was olTon Saturday for Cbristianburg On Sunday night we were greeted at this church by J small audience of young people this cjuurcb was also without a pastor Deacon L Young who is ever faithful though now blind was at his post of duty to welcome us and conduct devotionIlls We made a short talk and received a colletion of 1 20 brother L Young riving 25 cent Mrs and Hulda Young 26 cents Stopped with them and enjoyed our stay ever so much having taught at this place for two I years theta is no place in all Kentucky that seems more home like tous than Christianburg Monday morning we were oft for Bagdad Mrs T L Anderson the effi I I dent teacher at this point had t thoughtfully sent two young men her pupils to met us we stopped as usualI with Mr and Mrs Coleman Butler where we alwavs receive a hearty welcome during the afternoon we visited the public school which is one of the ADderIHonas teacher with a full school of as bright boys and girls as it has been our pleasure to meet anywhere At night an appreciative audience greeted us Rev W B Hal the beloved pastor could not be present but had announced our meeting Mrp Anderson arranged a programme which was carried out by ber pupils to the delight of all present She afterwards Introduced us in very fft IDgm5 9t 1kHhe 1JftiuBIOO 0 our talks collection of 250 was given the following named PSI sons contribu tins 25 cents each Rev John Black Lora brethren Allen Marks and John Black sisters T L Anderson Settle HenryMoorecrowd assembled at the First Baptist oiiurob at LaGrange to meet us Pas tor Oflutt was absent but had urged a ood attendance Deacon Joe Davis led devotionals all present joined heartily in the praise service sifters Amanda Johnson and Maggie Beau mont the faithful president and secre try of the University Society were on baud sister Johnson Introduced ns w spuke at length receiving 305 for our wor the following name persons con tributing 25 cents each Rev ET Off utt Bror Get Sumfnrd and S Tilford t Sisters Su au Davis Delia Eddy Julia Thomas Mary B McCoy Found the Society in a prospercuu condition and with an expressed purpose to do more uext year to push the work Browns buro was the next visit to be made rep caived a card fromRev Caldwell ask jiu j ua to defer thin visit praytbRtL M JACKSON i Co bored American Magazine tor December Tb Cplored American Magazine New York the only monthly magazine owned published and edited by Afro American people is improved greatly since ite removal from Boston The December number is especially rich Mr Daniel Murray of the Library of Congress contributes an article on Tue Mixed Blood Question which deserves tbe widest possible reauLng It relates some startling facts though sevoralIprelJ Malol1eJ1 lug Under False Pretanie Charles BertrwKjQhnson thebard of dalloa t has cVfextraordlnary meritorious sonnet to Twilight tine Liberia Steamship Company is a bistory of e organization and an outline of purpose of thpBteftnublp company by tfames R Spurgeon former Charge d Affairs at Monrovia A brilliant stnup J a geulu by a bt111aatmanr fI8 thee charaoter skefpb of Brpker T Wash iuKtonby William H Folte TlieI- i orIStictURt laxonUtloaall 1o xtr JO cents tilt copy Jfl 00 thaytmw For sale at tie rte nlrldiret itkilsli ryJfiYk 1 wy r i i V J iifiJ IL r We Disfavor Reduction of South Iern Representation The Georgia Baptist has in season and out contended for the full and complete recognition of the AfroAmer can citizenship We have ever insisted that every child born on American soil should enjoy every right privilege and immunity in common We have tenaciously opposed every uhase of Jim Crowism because it is the out growth of prejudice that draws racial and other lines that under any and ev ery circumstance are di criminative The men who enacted the II Jim Crow laws may be honebt and sincere they m y think tbey subserve the public good but all of their reasoning is founded upon either personal preju dice or a recognition of the prejudices of others The Supreme Court of the United Stet s yielded to tbe prejudices of the white people of the South when it decided that a state may enact laws requiring the separation of travelers on railioad tral B just as though people were horses and cows Such laws are always discriminative in their ap plication and there is no remedv The franchise is a bulwark of Amer l Ican citizenship The women of the country as a rule do not vote and because of this they are at the mercy ol the men and notwithstanding the in tuna relations which they sustain to the men they are the subjects ol many injustices beuause they have ac ballot with which to protect them selves Take the ballot from any claw oi men andlthose men SB a class become helpless as against the class who have the ballot A government of the peo1- Jle by the people and for the people must be a government founded upon I the use of the ballot The ballot box tI must be the last resort and final arbiter 10f every question which Involes que of government That safeguardsI should be thrown around the American ballot box all will agree Tbat the franchise should be elevated no reasonable or patriotic parang JeilL deny The prostitution of the ballot can bu work a thousand evils The man who allows his vot to become a commercial commodity Is an enemy to himself and to his coumry Intelligence and eound judgment should control always in the use of elective franchise The buyer and sellers of votes should be put in the criminal class and neither allowsI to participate in public election The 16th ame djuem to the Constitution of the U S does not vivo the vote to colored man i it only provides for the reduction of congregate representation in state where the vote may be taken away from the colored mn be cause be is colored Several states of tbe South have adopted constitutions that are so framed as to deprive thous ands of colored men of tILe privilege voting while no white man Is so deprived The constitn tionsl remedy is not to compel these states to remove J the unjust diecrimin ations but reduce their representation in Congress The Georgia Baptist is el early of the opinion that thA applies ton of this GongreuBional remedy woe Id bo more harmful to the colored people of t his South than It would to the 4 bites would be a conceding of th e rigtt of Southern white people to tak e the bat lot away from tbe colored pi ople The colored people while compelled to live in the South would be reduced to a condition of helplessness worse than the conditions of slavery trom which thev were delivered by Mr Lincoln Tbe colored man in the South needs the ballot abov every other civil Bright because without the ballot he become a helpless serf The grandfather clauses in some state onotitutions the white primaries in other states are deplore ble but neither works tbe injury to the colored man that would come from congressional recognition of the Tight of tbe white south to disfrancise the black south because he is blacktt Let us contend for fu1 AmericanI manhood fights and as we become better qualified to contend we shall I uomd to the full statute of Am manhood and even in the South our value aa members of the body politic I will be a oknotrled Congress may pass laws protecting voters inthe exercise of the franchise regardless o race or color and teen with its own instru menta pities supervise their xecutiopI Tiitf Georgia Baptist 4IUNIVERSITY NOTES to 1 S U tab rah rain raht IIS U Hftisl rapt rah jrah f i I i BuirabJl Hurrah I iii tts vereartjrah ra4 riJi 4 Yr i fY 7f Xff D1 tala 11t kWf i =1SjJu e 4r ifj Jtt + atc I vtr t I f 11 r J6 tl day evening to a splendid audience Prof Brown read au excellent ReI view of the Sunday School lesson for the last quarter at Sunday School last I Sunday morningl Mrs Peterson of Texas and Stein I metz spoke on Temperance in the chapel Monday morning Rev J HVerdue lectured in chapel last morning The lecture was in tom sta t to finish and all felt hlr burning words of them his bears School will close this afturnoon forth Holidays The XmaVTrie exercises of Berean Sunday School will take place in chapel on Mocday night December 26 Several students will leave for their homes today to spend the holidays The boys enjoy skatiug now even the boys from Africa enjoy a slip upon ttio iceA king letter from Dr Prost o Berea enclosing a tendollardonatioh iron him WailS reau in chapel Monday Dr Frost was myth impressed with his recent visit We were all impressed with his presence and words now we number iiim and Berea among our helpful friends Ur Puree will deliver an address before the State JCeachera Association at Lexington Dec 27 School will reopen on Tuesday Jacu t ary 8rd0o- Monday brought a five dollar check from Prof W D Thomas as a gift from the Fifth Street Sunday School Spab gifts are always welcome and other Sunday Schools and churches who have not helped in the November Rally canl ldo so yet Mauy thanks are returned1 to all who have helped and we wi all Yesw Year Rev W B Ran of Pewee called Into see us week He is veil and heart Dr JFroltti s eht2D and tp J u npliftt to any who may be fortunate enough tread D them The Seniors delivered their first ora bone in chapel last week They show ed careful preparation and speak good lor the future The reports for the fret terms work were made in chapel Tuesday Some went up and some went down as usualI but on the whole the reports sho I eat nest and faithful endeavors Tke young ladles stayed home Suni pay on account of the bad weather Miss L Taylor conducted services for them WellofTonight Not if you have a cough that begins to torment you as soon as you lie down You can conquer the- o cough with Allens Lung balsam t which will relieve the pain in the ohs tht initation In the throat and the hard breathing Since it contains no opium tbis remedy may be given freely to children and to she moat delicate advlts GOD IS IN HIS HOLY TEMPLE it may be ct interest to the brethren of our great Baptist family to inform them through the columns of your pa per that through barn struggling the New Bethel Baptist church Bowling preen Ky has freed herself of debt burnt the mortgage and know she b lonbs to God and the Baptists Sunday Nov 27th was indeed theI Kr safest day in the history of 1h church as on this day tbe beautiful ed ifioe was dedicated and given to Him who paid that it is more blessed to give than to receive The members hailed thin as the great eat day from the tact that this was the first opportunity that they have aieungeto t Kim whose only Sen was offered for us aOl and that once for all Oar prer Lr rather willabide forever in thathouse and iri the heart of his peG pie in this Bev C D DofVerloUleEEsallies tb stile Axe of Baptists of y having beta Ito preachvitedted ttheLtt ocoalcn OJhu wirrior tooktbe etau eD alladay hifistul8tt 1Q be completely wrapph t 01 11fd 1p ipk41Cn I reYa ked In tifw ire ootild lies help tre T t ikIgof 3r hog hlstac MAoI 18 tailajnhetiIh d tra te- oa zieuUIIlL Dre fot et 01etN p a r MONTHLIES Baptist Superintendent 7 cents Baptist Teacher lperl0p t QUARTERLIES Senior 4 cents Advanced 2 Joalor 2 Prliaary 2 Oar Story Quarterly new IK per copy I per quartI 1 t Hl copy PAPERS Price ptrywl Tour weekly 13 cents 50 ceats wA Boys and Girls weekly 5I 22If iOar Little Once weekly 4 1 Young Reaper semimonthly 3 12UYoung Reaper monthly 2u li jfThe above prices are all for clllbs offvt or more Good Work monthly 15 tents peryearf In clubs of tenorttnore 10 teats peryaarl Biblical Studies complete Is printed In three I PREPARATION FOR CHRIST 30 lessons In the0U Testament II PERSONAL PRESENce OF CHRIST 4o lessons lathe Gos Ill CHRIST His PEOPLE y lesions in the Acts the Epistles Price In paperfcover Parts cents each Part It 20 cents The complete work 40 cents f- A American Baptist Society WESTERN HOUSE 1407 Olive Street St Louis Mo t t We pray that he may live long to the good the cause of Christ Our church IB perfectly in line with cell of the denominational interests It will do more now trans it haadoue in tbe peat The College Aid and Missionary Soci etiea are in a prosperous condition Our missionary society in doing much every week to relieve the suffering = in this city and else where Our college Aid Society is at work earnest holding weekly meetings When sister Jackson comes to us again she will likely find the society ia a good condition The following named ministers tooit WilPllama W L Allen moderator of the Union District Association W L LawrenueM B Shobe W Marshall A Jackson J R Jackson E II Moore P H flenderuoa W H Hampton We are looking forward to a greater spirit ual growth Pray for us yours H D CARPENTER Bowling Green Ky 71Expoure to Wet dampness and cold invarably results in a sudden chill which if not attended to immediately will cause a cold By mixing a teaspoonful of Perry Davis Painkiller in a half glass of warm wa ter milk the whole system will be heated and the danger of cold avoided Avoid substitutes there is bus one Painkiller Perry Davis Pries 26o and 60o Phelps Hall Bible Training School- t Connected with the Tuskegee Ineti toted Tuskegee Ala ffers exception al opportunities to young men wishing to prepare for the Christian ministry The chief aims of the Bible Train ing School are to give young colored men and women a comprehensive knowledge of he futile English Eibl and to implant into their hearts the noble ambition to dedicate their lives the elevation and students Dies their people The are requir ed to do misaianary workin the va i oua churches and Sunday School neat thee Institution and In this way hay been very helpful the neighboring Q inmu i tin isiswbQlyuudenominational the Intention being not to oppose or antagoule any theological work coW being done but rattier to assist all denominations Phelps Hall the building ia which the school is taught war ayes by a generous New ark Srteud It usa frame structure three 8torJIS ugh con library v84ing room tainlng a chapel and the offiod or the DeaD x th tbree rsoltation rooms beside forty rooms ten dormitory purposes DvtnRevHe U w Uted by Rev B Goothecharlotte N c and Dr W Clinton of PntsdelpDta PAt a T Johnson deliver a rgupar oflectures dur thethePresbyterian church Chicago deliver of lectures dunufed a pecoiJl course gaepastfi o1ltjllil111CttboardInolttdiulltetc Iu5O pelo1 b- fj 1 ttitvrirJ ij 1et3e111 Ci to t dY i l i too- 1ao ij r 4- LESSOR LEAFLETS r = Bible f 0 Junior sat Back 4- ePrimary tr 017 r 1t1LPicture Lessons Sperutl ptr murttr t 1ABible Lesson Pictures TSesmts- PC I 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iBlack Folk has been so remarkable especially manybooks j Special Subscription Edition 1This powerful study of the NegroQuestionSstands ahead cf all others Every one who hat thefuture of the colored race at teart will want to buy it and read it IB one of the easiest books- tointcrcstpeopleinthathaB ever heen published and we are anxious to secure live intelligent canvassers everywhere Scud to us for information terms etc A C McCLURQ CO publishers e 215221 Wabash Aveaae Chicane r ivi s 010 1 kLia SO YEARS EXPERIENCE PATENTS Tn+tot Astarte COfWtMHTSC Anyone sending a sketch and dtlltk asq- ulCklYoert1n our opinion free whether sa- aveaton is ttObablly bRtj tutles Lions trtcttfooDfI enUaL KI Db Patents setfree Oldest ajerey fe Di Patents taken- ryectataotte through Mann 3ewtthoaeh w- seSdtftfic lathe JlmrkalA baaa me1UhYbldod weed anted ek ttl1aUOl of any crua 010111 oit mont l41D1 ieat J5noD04 UNII CDHI Ifewlm i PAWIE fmismrtOflIt 3II t Jar Mi1i 1I 1 t i IueldJ QL0aY- bininttb 1Anawrl + re ITtRi sa atottliIbrut1 fi C 1 i- tiatlt purerr eblIa Ia un1 il y- rrA7encbl vMnt wJiwadrai aany f Myr a 1 tIIfJ 110 Ci a llitlf1 tt l r v cRSS 7I v doQI fI r 7f 1 iJ i J I r tif1n Y tjAJ + tX o t i = t F r 1j r I t t r rf 1 l l 4j 1rJ v lr r r loPI t r It Y f IIIIMit nA MjI Ii11 I t r f J iJ 4 s ARII or- r IJ1tII8T DEOM819O4 1 4M 7uu r = II J 6 tIf i AMERICAN BPTIST11 0 ESTABLISHED 1879 f POBUSHSI EVERY FRIDAY ttf or ORYICE oJ jLio FIFTH ST LOUISVILLE Kv aflVk1nacivance 125 j jt MONTff3ii 75 HRim MONTHS 40- I oNE COPY FRBRaO- M V OM whowrnsd lvs naau I dSTlH 4tt a hfe l fywpaper them twhat 4 VbdWitaMM tew bctb M a receipt and- E qa eI II prop r StlMiotbeengua within two 0- 1mwttksfraB ktt aa notify us A K ifyusPostO4cbaa SSIbI Bay bo syrar or dlar a veT CSpSpT Tkftc paper fa regularly mailed itswbscribera until adefiuit rder te d1zeutuuo ill received d die ll UftH paid Su Sail to te lae the enter III ilwea 4i FRIDAY DECEMBER 23 1904 There has alway been a doubt in our mind as to whether the reduc tion of representation in Congress was the best or most adequate remedy for disfranchisement in the South True it may be a legal remedy but things lawful may not always be expedient and this is the trouble with this remedy Will the conditions as far as the Negro is concerned be changed or improved If he is still disfranchised with no hope of the ban being removed is he not just as well off with the representation as it is as he would be if it is reduced The reasonable conclusion seems to be that what t ever remedy is found should be for r the purpose of finally securing the repeal or abolishment of these dis criminating measures and the I recognition of manhood rights Some of these measures have the ppearance of placing the sanction oi moral approval upon the laws which disfranchise the Negro and a willingness to accept the reduction representation as ample satisfac 4tionfor this disfranchisement This charact of legislation in our opin ion does not meet the case for the remedy ought to remove the cause and in no way approve unconstitu tional and unjust legislation The Platt bill while general in character in many respects is the same in spirit and in the main is open to this same objection We confess it is a grave question and will re quire wise and careful consideration but we should go slow in accepting any adjustment of the question that will result in the permanent disfranchisement of the Negro in the South In keeping with the custom and sentiment of the Christmas season every one is looking forward to a fun enjoyment of its pleasures This is right and proper but there is or ought to be just as much pleasure in giving as in receiving for it is really more blessed to give than to receive This is the spirit that should try to add to the pleasure and happiness of others There are many good and deserving people who will be unable to share in the Merry Christmas unless others more fortunate will put themselves to the trouble to see that they are remembered This should be a pleasant duty for those who are as willing to serve as they are to be served Those who sac rifice time means ability and strength for the uplift of the people should not be forgotten and no more fitting time than this could beselected to remember the earn est pastor faithful superintendent and zealous teacher than this The loved ones at home must not be forgotten and all should join in the effort to make everyone happy this briStmasIj fhe differences between some JBaptist leaders in PhiIadlpbiIs killed tich proportion that the fl brjtian Recorder the organ of the S Av lE E Church publistitiia that T 10 J j r 1 city is pleading fora cessation of hostilities This is certainly s gestivebut the Recorder is muchly mistaken in assuming that the Convention held in Washington D C last week was a neutrality convention called for the purpose of adjusting these differences But seriously it is time that the breth ren in the city of Brotherly Love were settling their differences and not longer endanger the vantage ground which they have gained or retard the progress which the denomination has been making in that section The doubling of our subscription list would a blessing to the denom ination and the race in more ways thai one and at no season in the year could this be more easily accomplished than at this time If eachsubscriber would just send one additional subscriber to begin with the new year the task would be accomplished Every home should have a good paper coming into it weekly and no agency for good is more potent We will ap preciate whatever any friend may do to help us in this effort and will be pleased to send sample papers to any address upon application INSTITUTE WORK I Bowling Green Elizabethtown Owensboro Henderson Madison ville 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 rca Nicholasville Middlesboro Cynthiana Versailles The above named places have been selected to hold Institutes during this institute year The missionaries will correspond and arrange with the pastors and churches as to the time and all other arrangements The course of lecturesjJwify be first on theGos pel of John second on the Rap Articles of Faith It would greats ly iricourage the managers and con ductors of the institute work if the pastors and churches would invite us to hold thes meetings with them Who will be the first to do so If youfr name is not m the I above list that may not hinderyon I from inviting us You can have it if you want it Let me hear from I you The Lord bless you and your work I am yours in service P H Kennedy e General Missionary 927 Clay St- Henderson Ky ADVANCED NORMAL COURSE INTRODUCEI t ATTUSKE GEE INSTITUTE I IAn Advanced i Normal Course f 01 i teachers of the Common Branche- sii teachers of Manual Training I beItute September 13 1904 the I next schoof term The course in cudes a review of all the element J I pyI general and special methods of teaching and school management observation of model teaching and I practice teaching in an adrrirably I equipped training school are requir ed Graduates of Tuskegee and I persons of equivalent education are admiitedwithout examination i Persons ot some experience in 2d1vantagesdetails be sure to specify whether you wish training for a teacher i of a specific industry like black smithing or agriculture 2of manual training or 3 ot academic ranche Address all correspond ence to Principal Booker T ash ington Tuskegee Ala lI1 I IFora 7 Woman to be wise and at the sanie time womenlyjsjb wield tjtremindpus influcncevwiiicfcnay be feltJ fr 1Ijb liv t ertfions OfcQp1t DY ct fiJ i ivJoaii t f 1 0 tf i fI it f i itoJ c fI t i NEWSAND3ITEA Sf Fair maidens have jjust one week in which to make their peace calling andelection sure Next year will not be a leap year Colored agents teachers and preachers to write sick and acci dent insurance liberal policy can earn 7500 to 30000 month ly Experience unnecssary Ad dress Lock box 515 St Louis The State Teachers AssociationS 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 The Evergeen Baptist Chuch Mt sterling Ky is without a paster and the church invites correspondence looking to the filling of the pulpit Address James Steward Church clerk Mt Sterling Ky The Jixecutive Board of the Illi- nOIs State Baptist Convention will meet in the second Baptist Church Centrala Illnois next Monday morn ing at 10 oclock A fun attendance is desired I i The Association of Presidents ot the Colored A M Colleges will hold its third annual session in Memphis Tenn Dec 28 to 30 A ery interesting program has been arranged and promises to ba suc fulmeeting Once open the door to trouble and its visits are threefold first anticipation second in actual pres ence third in living it over again Therefore never anticipate trouble make as littleouts presence as pos sible for tirrL gc rasfc Efe Rev Geo W DmlUv off Texas ih assisting lastnr J Tl May in a wonderful icvival with the Corinth ian Baptist church St Louis Mo Many have nrofessrri a hope and the meeting continues with unala ted interest r 1 To lw faithiiIi to the truss that has been ntposerl ill you iis one of the highest honors that can cme to a man or wotmn in this life Too rnny 0fusf are inclined to shirk responsibilities rimCir nothing for any one but ourselves P Th sub committee of the Corn mission on Coopi ration of the National Bnptist Convention will hold an important meeting in the chapelof the National Baptist Publishing Board Nashville Tenn Thursday morning Dec 29th at ic oclock If you are personally interested in Oklahoma the Black mans Canaan the farmers paradise and the colored farmer best and last chance write to me and I will gladly give you any desired information Address Dr HW Conrad Drake Building Guthrie Oklahoma The Baptists of Texas haso ened a Baptist Hcadquaters in Dallas Texas where they have a rriding room attached Visitors in tho citv are made welcome and every facil ity is offered for the transaction pi business etc It is proposedto have a night school in operation as soon as necessary ep1 cmlc made aIr1 f i c I IThe center of white population isi to be in Southern Indiana The cener of Negro popnjafcoi nI ftas moved Squlthwestward your neyihg in a hundred years through Virginia worth Carolina andGeor gianntil uo1v it i j twQl th- eGti Iintni DeIC1lb crin-yl1tJ WiASIyo ffqt or f jiv i Ii kfI = = Rev V F Graham D D pastor of the 5th St Baptist Church Richmond Va has been called to the pastorate of the Union Baptist Church Philadelphia Dr Gra ham is so comfortably located in Richmond that it will require unu sual inducements to get him away from Ole Virginny 4 Some one has classified the texts oi Spur eon in 2863 published serj inons The greatest number was 389 from the Psalms Next was John I from which he had 274 texts From Isaiah there were 233 from Luke 213 Romans 728 Hebrews 127 There were 50 sermons from the first epistle ot John Every book in the Bible was used the smallest number of sermons being 2 from Ezra and 2 from Esther Ex Gov J P Eagle of Arkansas died at his home in Little Rock last Tuesday after a three weeks illness aged 67 years He was one of the most promiment Baptists in ttte South and was President of the of the Southern BaptistJConvention We had been president of the Arkansas Baptist Convent for twen ty one years and only declined re election at its session last month M F COLLEGE NOTES Editor Wm H Steward of the American Baptist Louisville visit ed us last week All enjoyed his practical address Mr Steward is one of the great Baptist generals of Ky having been secretary of the Genaral Association of Kentucky for more than a quarter of a con tury He is also President of the AfroAmerican Council one of the largest Negro organizations of the country Our Choral Club sang at Freeman Chapellast Sunday afternoon on account of the funeral of Mrr T H Hunter a former student of our b11assisted I I Miss Willie Gray The Choral I Club acquitted itself creditably Mrs Laura T I7razer presided at the organ We close for the Holiday Friday Dec 23rd with a I big concert andt entertainment at night We willl reopen Monday Jan 2nd 1904 4 j At the recent election of the tffi 1 cers of the Dupee Literary Society the following persons were elected Mrs Mattie SJ Winston Hopkins ville pres Miss Virtie M Jefferson I Elktoa vie pres Miss Bennie B Holland City sect Miss tosaline Moody City asst sleet Miss Birdit Radford Barns treas Miss Ollie Smith City critic Mr John Cau dIe City query master Miss Lou Ollie Har mock Hicknan journalist Miss Etta M Hayes City organistt Miss Sal lie A Smith City nchois tt ister Arthur JoidaH Long View Sgt at a inns Mr Frank L John son Princeton hist The initiall meeting of the Dupee Literary So ciety with their new officers was a memorable one Each officer duty ing the installation made an address fUllof enthusiam inspira and goodly promise All points a term of helpfullness and improve I ment to both members and officers Y M C A NOTES tIti 1 A Merry cbristmas to allr Take care 6f the toys and the men will to care of themselves- At good Christmas gift for you L boya membership in the Y M- CA a Paten are S lfVifedto visit rroom I doing the holidays I 1 You wiiLen jayjjtbe Vesper sarvicrr l at thechurch of OuJt 1crcifuT Sav four Sunday ICJIfldstniifti l ClJm Be sura to go t 1 2v I 1 tzmSCJt FORI ti aI rJ rii Jc Q rftoIA 11 c Jn 1 j 1j O r r 1 IJr of r I jfNOTESOFk INTER- EStLur1 Messrs Robt Bryers and Henry Grandersoa of Cincinnati spent last Sunday in the city t Miss Louisa Simmons oi Flat RccH N C is In the City the guest 1ra f Sarah Ad kins No 532 E Jacob Rev E P Mans D D will prekch a special sermon at the Indiana ave Baptist church Jeffersonville next Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock MrJW Ramsey lleft for Nor mal Ala last Tuesday morning where he goes to accept a position in the A M College Mrs C B Mien Ileft last Mopdnv to spend the holidays with her mother and relativesyin Columbus i The City Taxrate has been fixed at z86 Jar 1905 This is the same rate as last year 4 Mrs Emm Pryor of Lexington Ky was inthecity Wednesday enroute to Chicago where she goes to make her future home The Sundayschools of the city are arranging for Christmas Exer cises most of them being tomorrow evening The ordinance of the Lords sup per will be administered at Lamp ton and Zion Baptist Churches next Sunday afternoon Miss Gertrude Clairborne ol Columbus Oi is in the city and has opened a Hair Parlot at 943 JVes1 Walnut stand desires the patron age of all Mrs Jennie Wise Johnson ofr Camden N J formerly of this Citv will spend the holidays hero wit Jber with mother and sister MnJ Alice Craig 1308 W Madison A letter to a friend in this City from Mr Cltnence Tisdlh is noW in Amsterdam AutiHt sayi br is well as t e ut friends v I tr y tI case of Mary ThompiouliI 1The Circuit this weekand continued until the J Iarchterm upon motion of the defense r Reyiyal meetings will begin att Knox Presbyterian church Sunday Jan 1 sl Rev H A Gibson D b the evanglist doing preaching The Christmas Tree of the Sunday win be held Monday night Dec 26 to 1730 p m S The Masonic Club It ReatauraitaI NO719 W Walnut splendcd dinner eVery day during the Holidays from 12 to 1 ocloci All the delicasSesofthe season will be served The Club will kte open house on New Yearna from 2 to ir oclock p m nneArS p Chrittnusilfift ttNo th44edito ormmaCecJf a newspaper and if lthe reader has any doubt about that question tat him go to thePost Office nd siiid us a subscription for cdeN yeti 1Webrance of the season and eilj6N it accordingly Jhe tdtngo Miss Lola 3 JohpsoAoKr Thpmts Cozine Tbursday eve Dec 5 at the restI deneQf he1sisterMrs GVT P- i36I8t4 I hl was largely atteudS I ed by special friends of ceremony wasperfo Mi by Rfvo John a Frank promptly at 830 Itpia a body for a delightful reception tiven by Mr udMd Ptrlctr Adams 02503 6ainbd4i at Tbd table was btautifullir4toocttcd every one left well saikffftd Tht ha py couple ractjved tv large uniberol hndthtjp jIIL I MrPriffle Adsmofko a d liMn RkItud Adam ci L- iflgton tot Ky nllMivee ofM C 4- ar Mr Mfs Atfckaw DW dij tKy r 1 trMi- T I M It kii ftejta I 4A i MAH b tIjt I oto 41 11 ill r if r 4IfI r 9 s 1f jjjjjj Jjo our cIty will be the fietstf of iV cburagin our peopta to jffeaUr tf ion by pointing out some of the mistakes that we have m IdC aid byfIIgr makerour friends to cine and spend an- evening With our progresstve aid tdooghtfiil mn nd women The annual celebration will be held at Plymouth CongregHtional church Seventeenth and Chestnut Sunday evening January r 1905 at 730 p m under the auspices of theHoward University ClubP- ROGRAMME Why Lincoln Issued the Pro clamation Hon A S White S The Condition of the Sout i865M Prof JE Givens The progress in Education sii the WarRev C L Puree The Negro as a Physician Prof C W Houser Religious Jleaders past and p 4- entProf J R Harris Appropriate music will be rend ered AS White President J E Givens Secretary e The State Teschsn Asso ciation StteII Teachers Aociatioo and F4p of Education of Ky J The colored teachen ottbe Swill hold their Sth annual mtVt I at Lexington Ky DecealNtV J1904 The first session wul Cptm promptly at 2 pm Tuesday Dee 27th and the entire rotating will be conducted with due regard for punctuality and dispatch The last four meetings of ov Af IIrttJbjpdy of Teachers and a coatid able number of persona tattcttUa ain the canSi of education and UM pfOfr i of mankind They hm betdbrlmf ol of lfnstrnctioa aid iii j jgsy yMO Jbms jattcni l tmr WWIwoo bY txpmsm aDywwgf tcon1jpl9to1 tttkfectk for the tine and money faivasfaaV The iogtam for the cotBtfft Ktttinf 6ai many attractto test uret Jt will bit toll of interest frcis- levJ7stifltd CLv our special gaests tbit yttr m Itof Kelly Miller W hktoa D eState Superintendent J H F qul Sapt C M Merry Ccrinftai Ptefc t W G Frost Bares Gel 1 eweaU planningI to attMd iefwritti Kr Walker Gris a31ot1S St Ltxingtoa Jfgp coatoano the Rteeptio CCMII d mittfA who win procure BXMM toe yliiting teachers pWhen you 18rchue your tkkT pay full fare to Lextagtoa Jc- ure a certificate cadifyisf to the same This will permit yovlc returnliome for one third fan Beobtiaidatthscpsiuo j- KenthckyezpctsektOIL I oihert achettodobtsdttty4 F L Williams Pr idtt1- 4 rwC Jordan tig S YismNo icaN3ikEN lUCKY f JJ- j Jr j Itf Herman SiJ rranco has tiV18 fJ1tJ t- I afteranBe Ii- he i eeiig old faces itnotbwitbat L bimsocoskadhput coinii ICr M a indid Mia loiti aid ml tNlt tVSSi Francisco He owil f pert if stpm- ackis U Pt t1isigaluoLati11N l trius kilL kttrk I 7 h t tia 1 f i 71 10 c A I y A1tZCLIt t1 MCtlffif1 91 llftt r tl WONDERFUL DISCOVERY CwllIlllrJlltleStraJ E t g44 li eaabaatawatauaa rssaeaeatns ORXHNAL ODD OX MARROW COetnic leeM er e1reelsatest eeee1lseelstetNN pa bEpdriesenea eaa1 foee r b- ea err akr lseaelN and 1- ae aeaeea e rrfie M- oxoy2xxa ox WA OW C- pi W bh Ave CaZUlatYeats waaetlvs Gsrhen C B CLAY tioThe4 Twenty Years before thedtbena of the city and you will find me ready to wait on you and show you a good list of samples for both La dies and Gentlemen I will cut and make you any kind of Garment you want at Oua P1CB also will Clean Dye and Repair at a rateII less than you can get elsewhere I Earnestly Solicit four Patronage I Dot forget Name and Place 921 W BROADWYc Call or send postal card or call R PHONE 3460 and I will call persoaally REsIJBN 4 S27 PlxTlce Sr S S W JOBDAI I son aW Walnut fit hLOurTOIX UlJlUODr 1 Mar facturera of all hinds of Fa rr3I1W1 ana 10 Iiccltent Soto with Fruit Syrups i Fcr Prices and Quality By Nome Ttt4PMONC 3405Y wm I Watsoni UtlOEITAKEIl EIIALIv N fcCOJU CJlUlJnJT AUD XOtkSTB Vwmtoee Coins Cues S- aLt I eveiythiBC t t FwitPrompt services Rcttonable tee J SAllFACTItH fittjAMflTCEB t WIDELL SCNRADER l- STONED i CHMNt i Small Loans aDd Real B atte Solid ton Watcher JeJry Ill id I all kinds of Meltoe t Bolttt a Sold AU kiatMoves on hand HqME PHO e 5714- 1ie11 StLUIsrislre l D B IlIQHIOlf rte Phetyh e+ tcnataadlhaarf t JKtit I iUT z 11 lN o r c4 wack Y feropfr 0elr fJAf t vmJatpresent fevs Hill Blue Coleman 1 Weber Wattoi Ya k Mitchell Frank WmiJeedi Bates Perdue Lewit Brent Baifej Russell Riley HiRhtower Merrifield Dunn WilliamsMcCIe111D Brethren Generals Ramsey Lewis Visitorsi Revs S fcpleman G H Tllfgrd TB Gyle Rev J W Lewis presided and Bra Taylor conducted devotional services REPORTS AntiocbS S 3oJ collection 120 paator predched six by baptism collection 5685 Beargrass8 S 2b collection 42 cts paetor preached col 200 Green St8 S 72 col 2 25 pastor and RevfP Vinegar preach ed collection 2454 ood Shepheld4 S 35 collection 33Ci pastor preached two by baptism collection 500 Howard cbaPeJSS 25 coUec n 5OC Rev D Anaerson preach collection 350 Lampton StSS 125 collection 125 Rev S Coleman preached collection 2525 Little FlockS S o collection 750 pastor preached collection 500 DZionS S 185 collectionj 8s pastor preached colhctioD30ooj j AcchorageS S 14 collectiont 13C pastor preached collection 260 QMtcts pastor preached collection Miamtmen CastleS S 18 collection 182 pastor preached collection 400 buCeateaaial182 pastor preached collection 1500 sottsStatitJDPastor preached M 2410IdurWett3 betcIndiana AveS S 20 160 pastor preached collection mx830j I edEmmamn lSS 93 collection 664 pastor i eachad one by let ter and one by relation collection 1540 Goose CreekPastor preached prcoollectioQINew itamentSS aloe pastor preached coUection 500 Rev Ju Merrifield preached ajj J insunctiye sermon which was approved as tHe sense oi the ConII broadshaI oralschRevssaieH Frankre P Ham G F C C Bates and Bro RWatsonLewis wafppointed as a CAi- Eiileeto arrange Hoi the Social The Conference anjoprnad afterJth transacting some routine business Ala 4f11 lla aad t a- werr c This body meter Main St church last Monday morning Members prectntRdva B M Jolflwoa WV and o Jackson WIti Fislh- lase er Puller Qtiitfesi1 Butler t- It G P Smith Mayfisld TaHawthorn Hcndtrson i we Frye ahasoaniB BJOWB E W Reed grRevFrtidf Wilfoq conducted dsvo t UPOftTSQ waSS 40 collection at t pretclyed nectloaJ of ESeele t s 4B ctIIi3 rV 1e- r 14 i Pt cQ r S3W t tr r jI rt y JIirip i J ijt j f Pollectlou beef r SI3 ShilohS 86 collection 7Sc pastor preached one by Baptism two restored collection 340 Howard CreekRev R B But jler preached collection 366 White SulphurPastor preached collection 1040 Pleasant GreenS S 75 collec ttion 275 Revs Davis and Taylor preached collection 1500 Main St S S 70 collection i 204 pastor and Rev Davis ipreached collection 926 ConsolidatedS 540 collection 8 o Ct pastor preached collection 700 Revs Reed of Louisville and Ziegler Hickman and Townsend were introduced and spoke encour agingly to the body Dr f M Allen delivered an able address which was passed upon as the sense of the meeting and or dered to be printed A communication was read from Dr R T Hoffman and request complied with By motion Rev T P Smith was appoieted to reach a sermon for criticism at our next meeting A collection of 30C was raised on printing Adjourn to meet with Everygreen next Menday Benediction by Rev R B Butler I Goo Tidings of Great Joy from Franklin KY the fourth Sunday in October Rev J H Thurman of Belzoni- ss preached three soulstirrers sermons He is a great preacher and he doe not only present the gospel in a logical and scholar way t he is po werful s weH Dr P H Kennedy of Henderson Ky1 was with us in the afternoon and made a fuse talk and received nice after collection The collection ring the day was 17500 and the st of all it happened to be pasto sewnna Sunday in November a glorious eeting Rev J M Moore assisted me in the meeting and done most of the preaching He is a powerfull preacher and a great worker on the floor among sinners Some young prchers cannot do much good eaching at their home church where they wire reared But Rev was reared up here and trained up in f this church and my people love to hear him preach His sermons in this section will be long remembered the result of which fortyfly- ppy souls were added to the urch saying they had been born again At the close of the meetin the converts and other members and friends presented me a fioe bap tismal suit and to say that I thank is not enough but I am with out language to express my gra hide for their kindness shown me I pray that the Lord may bless them in whatsoever they do and that they may prosper And ahaI Rev Thomas Hampton another son off thunder did valuable work in the meeting On the second Su day in November we baptised thir happy souls in the presence of a Ij large crowd both white and colored j fellows hipped the candidates tha- ght Now our congregation iimi owing so large that our house is llarge eaougl to accommodate J them therefore the minds of all the heirs and friends are tuxne to wardbnlklirta new brick t hurchi once pray for us On the 28th 1 November Pr Garey Smothers Versailles Ky pretJcHc for as a nieS1loJgtQ be rcinemberecl waft at his titand you bow ImwJ 11- it was QA te 29th pratcheda powerful siriBpn for Rev Alien a- i1Ohn fcia food pifc lef + c Drls arc IId 111 Tu I 04 rft rai Jl d v LhtD 1T lj f t r j1I r i1 S MOP ON t Merchant Tailor Cleaning and Repairing neatly done called for and delivered Special Attention to Indies Work and Out of town Orders All new work Pressed Free oi Charge 632 EIGHTH 8TIYlUttt Home Phone 4088 I IT IS THE CLOTHES TSAI laSB THE MAN Ma terson makes the Clothes I cater to good dressers and quote the very lowest price Regulation Garments given Especial Attention our raenningDying EI MASTERSON M W COT West 6c Wainat Sts I orisvilh Ky IlCEPZBTX with the old folks L I aATBSJaOWWith long limit via Big Four On December 24th astb 26th and 3ist ioo4 also January 1st and 2nd 1935 tickets will be on sale between all local points on the cBK Four Route Cincin nati Northern R R and D U E R a Iso to all points on connection B inj Central Passenger Association territroy gTiokPta will be scop for return to and jWARCincinnati 0 B J AgentLout rNeeded in e t Q TIlE NEW 1 MlSIEn AND ENLACEDtIIIC11CIQIt EDITION OF WEBSTfRSINTEDNATIONAL DICTIONARY A Dlctioanry or BNGLI8IV alotras y Geography Fiction tc New Pietas Throughput 25000 New WordsPheaoea and Dettattlot supervisionUnited Stules Commissioner of Edit cation assisted lay alarge corps of com j etenb rfpecittlislv anti editors Rich Bfndlao 33J4 Quarto Paaea sloe Illustrations TheInlernttlionaltrayfratissuede UtiabricJgedPhInternational wan wasted in October 1QOO Get M Meet and left publishgI i sitbQlosearyotf3oottlsbtPordssndPUtteo cb 1 MJLfItclassln quality eooeodclaealnstsa- Bpedmenp etc of both bOOks len OD appUcatJon8 1 CME ItItYAMCO ors shlsrstSpringfield MM tFREE 8AMPLCT Of urpRaltacp0 U4a44reel yeabaotoUosTBpby of tU4 ronktor the pwpo sX mOl Itro4ac1 roaritrlatbbta u Me IProIt aieaUi are m-Um frpai t4bilOpe hv lit JOB lan firtIt eo read at aeao fte 4 a Ie e saw Ittoa0LkCO iytt 0IISiMtniltleesl 8lSseait4lrsfe 1 YNAlt r- MaRItNCL i IleMme1t+ rtnettnaltC eeaApttaetatebsaA oak ICoa- f e t If fI fI f i 1111 cJo tJh1 linoistR JJJJJduced New Orleans La Havana Ark BpnngsCity DiCaliforniaand many other points with liberal stopover and return limits Cheap Hoineseekers Excursion tickets on isale the jet and Tuesdays oE each month to points South and West Farming in the South IeilCentre13eilroedeon StockraisuwKeatuckwet7 Fa EvernnerIWUandreCircnlarae u npuWhhcd from atalk to moath Also FtM CALIFORNIAwj MO SonCarh PasO Agt 8W HARIX W Div Pass Ag r Caeeakko i 1 h OhiD R FAItIDffJRT IIA rf1fIQltftl TRAINS GRAND SCENERY and QlNiNA CAR SERVICE THROUGH PULLMAN CARS BETWEEN Louismu 4 WAIN- INBTONALrIMOIIE PHILADELPHIA NEW YORK STOP OVER PRIVILEGES It ALoursvILL1 flolid TravelJle RhfiiFreei Trains between rr Lou vi11e Xentdbr Points and Stjiouii COLONIST ad HOME 8BEKBRS RATS to the WEST SOUTHWEST If you contemplate a trip or a of location in the oar future Get J HcsidersonBpnt Habit 1 It is the comfort line andaoomfw grI habit to acquire I At least give us the opportunity cf namUg joa rites We lout theeqtdp ehcarsair 1 WHAT MOU DO YOU WAtt Goo L GARXJtrT TP Agent I J4 mWIN Gen PUll Aft HendersoaBAnte ottIlri11 Ky c Half the world is on the wrong teat in purwit of happiness They think it consifU la having and gat ting old in b inf tcrved by oihtrt t 4onsiitsI in giving nd eetiit K othtri Htcry Drucnmdnd o reBLL I r = qz b VifiilSi Rwii Tickelj k To w 4 7OIIL 1 f 1 llJ 1J t fSOUTHERN RAILWAY in conner tin with the OUTSTravelers r Cincinnatior points des travelling ncrlhnfthe sonyland of Plan ChattanoogaLookout Mountain Atlanta andVUle i Jackson itiooaletst lr Savaui1ah Counnabin Asueville Hut Springs North Caro iUndo aud Kao xvttle or vice venathupassing through the beantiinl t skythatCarolina1aBlue Ridertains and the Irm smoky aud UnakaRanges Thw is a sup rb eldvated putedu the lowest p Hat of wuicU is aiJOO ft tl above tile level of tide se- aAtiHfiVILLE with Ita splendid hotel1 round is encircled by magnificient ee of mountains and rang y 8toPoverof tourists noneunity OJitr n Uid re ort in aofHot uue Country or tTexawayAU Florida Winter Resor s are quickly and c nnforlablv J t atandduethroughhepng 1 Raitwaoscent Route dtnert ftthrough the Land of the Sky1 or directtt via Cbaitacooga and Atlanta LIMITEDleaving at Lexington with m rnin train I i Louisvtllpanext morning runs t very day la theyear The Chicago and Floida limited G i leaving Cincinnati in the connectingtrainfromin Jaunarr go PervlCdtrrls tral08runsJacksonville with Pning Car servcctrNnroute For low win rtouri t rates schedules oretherapply r Al ECartyAvenueC4thLouisvilleGenPus t IL To ftlifor32it via Scenic Colorado True Southern 3Routedail r sleepingC8via the Missouri Pacific BY and t f Scenic Colorado l lz elegant tourist sleeping car service every i ft J TUESDAY and THURSDAY fromStnisDalstandard sleeping CtIAngeles CalTornia arouteROUTEDnewvia from Mountain route and El Paso leave fJ yfTheto date strictly up Jtf Emma Trip and Low fromIronRy fem all orberthaaddress any representative Missouri Pacet f fie Iron Mountain system orR T 8 Ifait It hews T P A room 301 Norfon Bid Louis fVine Xy or M C Towneend P and T AiStLouis rI SOMETHING NEW 4VARIABLE TOURS TO FLORIDA via Southern Railway QIBW T and Crescent Boyle Go One WayReturn Another 1WlnterTouristlk mlle through the 4 Laud of the sky SMcBeantlful Sapphire Count and rep rs iit QrIoeoffioenper 44 and oarservice morning via Queen and Crescent Route rttaning through wtlhont change tp Jack t aoavjlle via Cbattsnocgs and SAithern I J Hwt hThe Chicago and Florida Special f i elthev tiuoCarattc will leave iJ Cinolium eve ry evening except Snndny rnnnioe thro Chnttanoognodand Janeke4nvilleyea KncxrvJUe APhcvirc Sa 1l9Ateralms of Southern Ry For Land of HUB SkboolWJnte e l otheialeitttintt jtrettlt Cincinnsti0C pasa iv 234 Portk Avenue Lonisttlle3Kyi OtilROPODSrifI Corn antJJBumoai Extracted wit tpain IOTQwn 2nd aMta JCaM 1elansari ured M plat Jatt1Mtt r f- 3iwrs O caM ci 1 J Vf 0i l f i i 1 c I 1- I r i7 1 r 1 r 5 f 4rM44W7 t L 1 jr I e 4- L 1t t I ilffli tI Tr w f i r r J r 6 Id t lX y r l 4 l I i r tMEBTCIia lJ p IsifFRI AY fjiiJJijB1it 1M 114b t JI IIft bI tdtcoi 1 ci It r LESSONa SUNDAY JAN I 1905 Ii1 t CHRIST THE L4i AND I LIGHT OF MEN J Z Johniii8 Ve1t s Blotto TexthIn him was lite I arid the life was the light of menU John 14r 1- 1eSi I r No part of the Bible has been more fiercely attacked than John A But unlike the present attack upon Moses and Isaiah it was made while the enemies of the Bible had 4- left m them some of the instincts of S a gentleman and they did not hold on to paying positions in evangeical j churches and while the churches k had a feelingof responsibility to God and a belief m the importance of Sbtruth and would not have suffered men who attacked the infallibility 111 of Gods Word to teach in their Universities and Theological1 i I Seminaries Hence the attack on Johns Gospel though bitter and persistent died out without doing much harm Error outside the import t tance whatever compared with error inside the churches John wrote his Gospel many years her the other Gospels were written probably about the year 85 He iis thought to have written it in Ephe sus John was the best beloved dis ciplea fiery highspirted young man whom his Lord called Son of Thun derAnd if tradition is true age 4didnot tame his fire For it is said he rushed out from a house when he heard the heretic Cern thus was in it saying he would not stay under the same roof for a minute In the beginning was the Word ole tiewnnlO t- th 0 i which begius asGe1In the beginning of eternity for that had no beginning But in the beginning Vot I everything that began the ford was there preexistent eternal And the Word was with God Thus showing that the woid is L person And the Word was God n Thus declaring the deity of Lord as strongly and as emphatically as human language can No wonder Unitarians desire to get ridof the Gosnel It does not say the Word was the God as if the was all the Trinity and thus these few words guard against the two opposite heresies of the Unitarians arid the Swedenborgian Preach ers and teachers reed to be careful lest in talking of Jesus they say Roth 0ing of the Father and Spirt and thus I become practical Swedenborgians Christ is called the Word as he is the revealing God showing us the Father The repetition in the second first emphasizes the distinct personality of the Word tI All things were made by hilltJ And to nrke the statement more emphatic and impressive it is red peate injthe negative ft rm And without HiI1l1JOS not anything made that was itaJe ttHe was not created j himself which again asserts his odhead He created all things gels and men as well as world lich denies the eternity ofmatter ic unitv of the Godhead is shown the manner in which the same InK is said to be the work ofall some instances In Him wa- srAll life but especially the iritual life Evidently the Holy irit is no oeliever in spontaneous generation And the life was the lit of menWhat the earth uld be without light is what our cc would be without Christ And lie light shinetk in darkness The jght has been shining in daskness lince the darkness first began with fatjmti did in the symbols of the U 1 thedukiessi CI t iM drkns did not MiI ft Il rJ6 c I i i t q Ij 4 itself to bs penltrated bjnhe light which was shining in order to dissiII means1flotan free beings corrupted human I ity GodetII S There was a nan sent from God whose name wasJohn John the Baptist cousin of the Lordwhose birth is recorded in Ithe first chapter of Luke Johrt the Baptist was prophetsbutfrom God and the Eternal Word who was GodIS I infimteIt Tire same aime tar a witness Not only to witness as the prophets did but to point out the Lamb of God to the people The Scribes and Pharisees even and the people es pecially were ready to acknowledge John as ja fiian from God Then they pught to have received his testimony toC hrist But that they refused to believe He was Pot thnt gTheemphasis is on the He The Apostle is jealous with a godly jealousy for his civine Master Johns greatness all were ready to admit never has a preacherstirreda na tion as John stirred Jewry But he was merely the forerunner of a tar greater than he That was the trite lixhl1t The word translated true does not mean true as opposed to false but the essential light the genuine perfect light fohn was a true light himself but he was only a reflection of the perfect essential light Which li hteth every man tt Every man has some light from christ just as be has some blessing It is tO the mediatorship of our Lord the heathen owe the- lightof nature which they have No one can conceive the blackness of darkness which wpuld have rested upon the earth had Christ not died Every man instead of all men emphasizes the fact that God deals with men as individuals We are born and sin as individuals die andare saved and lost as individu als Thi Bible knows nothing of masses and only two classes separated at the last great day He was in tIle world ihe worldwas made by Jiinj4hew- orld knew Him nfleerringt- o the presence of theI L U and the light he gave to men tFjqijjjx the whole history of the race Itiseems strange to John that j6r world should not know its Creator and the mystery is as great to this clay- 1Iec came iinte IllS own His own is neuter In the Gr it means carne unto his own inheritance his own home which be had been pre paring for nmself so kng x m mentators differ as to whether this coming refers to his manifestations under the Old Dispensation or to his incarnation But the latter seems the meaning He came to the Jews his cwn people whom he had been preparing so long and they did not receive himBllt as many as received Him whether Jews or Gentilqs Twit 01l gave he power to become the sons oj God The Holy Ghost seems as ignor ant of the universalJ fatherhood of Godas was our Lord who told the Pharisees they were of their father the devil It would be well for those who say so much of this universal brotherhood in these days to be careful not to be wiser than Gvid Men Ve born Gods creatures fallen guilty condemed already dead in their sfcn But the Lord gives power to become the sons of God The whole Gospel of John is as full of the strong foundation doc trines as is this epistle to the Romans God is only Father to them who believe 4 That believe on his nameHis name Jesus which means Jehovah saves Who beivenot on bts goodness his kindness his love his veracity thoughof course all these must believed but on his atonement his name Saviour The postle Jojni next to his Lord is tfee most tboroji tigciing v Calvinist Who ever lived not even excepting Pnl Men can only be saved to WJdmGqd gives the power to bficomejLbe 808 of God they are saVed b t 1trJ f J l c i II ff I And lie goes onto show that those who received Him as Saviour did so Because God had elected them to salvation The great central doctrine is tbat God is all in all Whjchwere sonspof GodUnot oj bloodAman is not a child of God because his father was Abrahams righteousness did not save Isbmael nor his sons by his wife Keturah That which is born of flesh is flesh Nor can the will of man save a soul No human being has the power to decide who shall be saved i U madcJleshThatwas beginning with uponhimsplft dwelt among ns ttThe verb means tabernacled Dwelt sit were in I a tent Through this fle3h as through tent they saw the glory l of the Lord such perfection and sinlessness as the Only Begotten Son shoulshow II FulloJrace and truth Had the truth been despairedhadhave presumed Verse 15 Our Lord came after John in time of his birth and his beginning his ministry He was before him in his being infinitely superiorooAlld of his fullness have all we recdl1cdlt is the evangelist who is speaking here and not the Baptist He adds ihe tes timonv of the church to that cf the forerunner For the law was Liven by Moses but grace andtruth came by Jesus Christ ItWhich tospeis ow For Moses gave the one but the Second Person of the Trinity the other No man hath seen God at an- ytinuHe dwolleth in unapproach able glory Not even Moses could see his f ice and live But the Lord Jesus declares Him to us and know his declaration is true Not Fatal No Matter What Doc tors SayWe Know That Heart Trou ble in Many Cases Can Be Cured There are seven main features of heart disease vz 11 Weakness or Jtebillty 2 Rluumatisn or Neuralgia 1 3 Valvular Disorder 4 Dilation 3 Enlargement 6 Fatty Degenera lion j Dropsy- Documentaryi evidence will prove thousands of socalled incurables havo i been absolutely cured by Dr Miles New Heart Cure Patients often have no idea their dis ease 1 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