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Br REV A. C DIXON, D. D.,
P)lor of ,lli Chicu A. Moodr')
Churcb, Chic. to.
HnB JJ J
(Hll'i'rt W ' s t
and Lord Llttlf
tun asrviMt U
tlit overthrow of
r Iiik tli'it the
h'Him and the ion
eisloii of Paul
re m)th. After
i ar.ful n'wuich
. st w ns o
MiuHii that th
I rK)f tn favor ot
rinlxt w n o
inM" liHintiiK that
In ou.l l i tt Hithout ilotm;
'. li-i i t 'n i. ami
was i , 1 1 . i . ii that llu fl
(1!1 in (.tt "f f thi conrrralcin of
l'aul whs h, . At.uiidant ant rl i that
he could not b ln! ilmaiil
of a hful'iit r,.HHi'i nnrl rJrt II
Wlimi th- two nifl I tniaro
ootfM th' wr rfadv 'o uraiil( him
who rtllKton th) ha4 sought to tils
credit ThHr armimnls, poblWhwl
tu a book I hHe rmd. are unanw
abb iirnln; that n tru railotillni
which iatii'Htly liietlKti' and draws
fair coucluslous from ctnUtnluxl
vanm fall to ewui'ltirt th
earne.st suitkcr utir truth Dint Jmw
was all thnt thu New Tirtamit
m Titers claim for htm.
A Strange Mixtur.
Tho njKrtlou ot a Chicago rnbW
that Uiu AposLlf PnM protlucl UaS
Cbrtst of ChrlsUaulty Is con
to Paul unUI ho Iniorms us
that l'aul was a poor, tuinimt epilog
Uc, whuiii conversion wim a
h had during oii i hie r;llrjK
tic tit Thkt tvlldrr u iaul kUK
s'vBts thut uutnf can NIIud iui
vr sbsurd thlnrs If rn
innXtt a man like l'aul, who In turn
prcxlutij such a ha ("hrtft.
It bohoovc ilsllizullou to stahllsh
Institutions for Ki'nrrrfin and rulll
Tiitinx "plltiry for th brnuflt of
It ,u (.'hiist uhu uuuLr l'aul, and
without Christ Paul hod nor , twin
he&rd ct as a ChrVtlan rrich
r or wrttwr. !nd.vd. tho only
rational uxplantUlaa of Paul Is the
fact that the rlrart. Ivtns Jsus
met him on the Damasctu rond and
the firry pwriecutor Into
an axdtnt mlimlowir) It
ts tn the rrwdlt of the rabid thnt
he frankl MmtU the historicity of
Jui and thv tionrsty oi th apostlv
This shows that h has rtb) matter
la his brain
The Only Explanation.
Chrldtlanlt) Is a rHIdon of facta.
hlch. Interpreted hj snuml roon.
prov that Jtn. u not a prwilwt ti(
th Ak'f In which he lived, but Chh in
carnattt No other utplunatlon Mttls
factorlly explains til in Kvory othnr
xxplnnatlon la clmply an attompi tn
explain hltn away
Jmsus rlulmud that hit was the
"Hon of Msn" and Utal (bouKhl wa
not boru of tho iik' tn which h llTetl
He was nut Jew enousch for the Jew-oar
lloman noiiKh for the Human nor
Gri-ok enouRli for the OrettW
Jwus rlJm4 that he was the Son
of Gutl As the Son of man he ws
truly man. and a Son of OmJ he i.
truly Ood lie Mid lie that haih
aeii me hath sii the hatnr "
I John It 9) Many men before and
after Jesus have tried t demonstrate
existence of Ood He maii no
men attmrt Mis mission was to
cmntfes' U 'l in bis own uraoti
A Unlqwt Culm.
Jr as ii i' od that ha was hlmsai;
th at.tUkfe iur !' evil Mn i,e
; rmu ntKl their srhemi for n nn
art s Ilia, hut Jesus stands ato;ii
In een''j not a system, but t's
- v as of
. th.' nwl uf the s u) Ha aald "I
ai. i! bread of life. ' I Rm the a "
I am the tnrth ' t am th life' I
am the ilkht of the world tome
mti. me All ye that labor ami are
Indun and I will r1v jou roat."
A Unique Minion.
The mlnslon of .Ifsus was to establish
a klnkdom not of this world
(Jobu y 36i Buch a thoiik'ht was not
of this world The Jews were looklnil
for a loinitoral kin to deliver thera
from Roman rule If Jesus L&r
taken hold of their Idea and used IX
for his own adrnucerruint he woulfl!
have acted like t. man and his suoi
cess could have heen oxplalni'd lllu
the fciiccoHB of Napoleon and WnsbluJ
tou. On the contrarr. be opposed tA
leaders of public opinion nml lOKd
the ostnbllshment of a kltiKdom whlctf
lives Hfter the kltiKdoms (5
Grswo., Homo ami Ewpt fiavo ceaHoB
to exist. A yomiK man. a poor m&
chunlc. from a mountain village, wtta
no rich, powerful allies, does tills la,
three years' And he does It by th
doll berate sacrifice of himself. Mgrtj
have died martyrs to their mlBslB
Dut roan hns novwr yn. planned moN
tyrdom as a of his mfsstool
Johus told his disciple that ho wottij
go to Jerusalem and be cruclflod ivrafj
on the third day rise aualn (Matr
l 21). He provides for n memo
ilnl of his dentil Mtn do not Imtld
monuments to tholr defeats Tha.
FVanch haw no monuments tn call
Waterloo In mind. Hut Johus woulfl;
hav his followars to rommnber not
tlie Mount of TranflKurntlon, but CaV,
an . uot his glory, but his shame. la.'
dnd, he maUos hi ah&uiv tho test ol
I.ou vilo, Ky., Aug 18
ket st' uly nml fairly nctivu.
Good! choice export $6.76nfi.OO
Knir t ool shipping . 6.00 n Ti.KO
(Jooil t" choice butchura $ft.B0 n ft 85
Modiun to good butchors.. 1.00 u l.:0
Good t stockcrs 8.C0 a 1.00
Medium to good stookors 1.00 a t 25
Comim" to modiun stock- -.
em . . 2 Rti a t
Good to ' noire uutahers t 3An i
Mod Hi in io good butcher .16 a 1 .: .
Common to medium 8.r0 n I hi
Good to twice totker ... S.IK n : .
Commotio medium slock
... ... 2.iCa ..
(iood to nco btiteucr .7Sa i ii
Medium ' ' good butrlwra s.f;a -.o
Fair to t ml Lohqrna 8.10 n : i.
Common t.&0 n X mi
CikmI to i 'iowo Iwtcluirt I.(ki a I ':
Milium t' fjootl Imteharfl 8.25 h t ;l
Common mmlhiM butch
ers ..... 175 ii .1 2.".
Conner n'd cutrors l.PiO n 2 .Vt
C.otKl to cliotco milohera -10.00 n I.Mhi
Milium to irood milchors 80.00 n .'17 r
ComttKtii to plain mllehurs 15.00 a mi
Gotxl to choice veals . . K.60 n i. mi
Medium to xx . . 4.25 nr.m
Common - .8.00 a I n-
Sheep and Lamlm. .
UikxI to fat sheep. I.Oti a 1.22
Fair to row! mixel sheep 0.25 n 3. 75
Hough and scalawags. . . . 2.00air.u
Good to extra bucks 126 a .1 Vi
Fair to good Imcks . . S.7i a 3 ir.
Choice yuarlir.tfa 1.S6 a I M
Fair to Rood 4.00 a 4 2r
SpnnR lamlw ft.00 a 5 J.'.
Hon receipts vcr' HKht; market
lf hiRhcri pnmu hcaviM KL66, mixwl
loO pounds nnl up. 0.26 to f.5fc ,
lights, fflryi U ?o.OO; pigs, 4. to 6.u0
roughs, ft. 03 Ui $5.76 Closed steady.
Chicago. Aur In. -The what market
was dull and prices steady. A
strong market at Liverpool offset tbo
excellunt grow ng weather tn this
country. July ooenol 1-S and higher
nt M 1-4 a 89 ?-s, sold down to Ml and
then advanced 8V I lc.
MinneajKilis, Pululh and Chicago reported
receipts of 30 cars.
The high price for July was "Jl 1-4
and tho close was strong with July up
1 8-1 at l 7-.
The corn market was strong chielly
because of light oirorings. .May open-oil
nt 70 to 77c which was a new high
mark for the senon. July opemil -tin
changul to l- higher at 06 S-4 t Kr
7-8 ami solil at M 1-8 a 04 I-I IxkaI
recoipta wore h80 can.
Tha high price fr Mny corn was
7Sc, nrnl it cioaed at 78, Ste ulxive the
cloao of ywslenihy. Santiiumil in the
waa bulluh all day. The hig
point for July waa ftl 7-R. Tho rl -
was strong with July I l-R htfthr r
St. Ixwis f.ivaaioek.
8t Iowfa, Aug Cattle He,
6.50U; Ittekidinff 2.1 Tanana. Ste. In
to 6c lower.
Beef atawra. U 7 to 7.16; stockvr
and fKMrs, (,'1 to 2. cows and heifers.
13.75 to .25: Texas steers, t3..Vi U
5.8U; rowa and half an, $1.75 to 4.75
Hoga 10,500; market stea
flirt and lighta, I.1.7R to tM;
J1.76 to 6.60; butchiin) nml host
henvy, ?6.46 to KM.
Sheep Hoeuipts 0,600; tnurkot & , to
Natives, .J to 5; lambs, $1,60 to
Cincinnati, . Hogn active,
l)r higher. Butchera nnd Hhij perH,
?5.7l to 6.75; common, $4..'Ui to $5..'5.
Cattle slow and uay; fair to good
shippers, $5.25 to 0.25; comon, $2.50 to
Shop Htoady, $2.75 to 5; lambs slow
and lower, $5 to fi.25.
Chicago Aug. 18. Cnttlo Kecoipts
about 2,000; marked ateudy; beeves,
?1.75 to 7.25, Toxnm, $l.0.i to $5.00;
weHtcrnerH, $-1.60 to $0; stockura nnd
feeders: $;i.5(l to $6.60; cows nnd heifers.
$2.60 to $0.40; cnlvoa, $4.76 to
Hogs- Kereipts about 10,000, market
strong to u Hhndo highor; light $5.20 to
$5" heavy, $5.15 to 5.110; mixed,
$o.2o to 5.52 1-2; right $6.15 to 5.U0;
gcwl to choice heavy. $6..'!0 to 5.50;
pigK. M to 5. 10; bulk of sales, $5.40 to
Sheep Hecoipta about 10,000; market
weak ut yesterday's decline;
$1.76 to $5.50; western, $3.75 to
'S5.50! yeurlings, $5.75 to $0.35; lambs,
$1.75 to',7.20; western, $1.75 to 7.20.
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BKECTUKf Oh r. E. ANU
C. U, OF A. OFFICIALS.
C. S. Barkktt, Prcs., Union City, Gn.
J. E. Montgomery, V-Pres, Gloanson,
R. H. McCulloch, Sec. and Treas.,
V. A. Morris. Chairman. Sulligont:
Ala;T. M. Ji:kpois. hoc. Elgin. Okla,
W. S. MII.I.KR. I.akt Crook, Texas;
I. N. McCou.i.srm. Many. li. : P. L.
WlI.UioK, Kden. Mississippi.
U. L. Bahnett. Sec . and Tiens . and
State Organi7or, I'ndticnh, Ky.
( onntv Officers:
1;ev. Robert Johnson, Pros., Tolu, Ky
V II. Brown. V-Pres., Salem, Ky.
GUV P. GaitfUh. Sec. and Treas, Marion
R. F. D. No. 3.
County Executive Committee:
Chas. V. Fox. D. N. Ru.ey. En.
FrjvKARY, E. J. Travis ami J no.
County Business Ag't:
EUOBNK Gums, Tori, Kentucky.
CHAS. 0. POGUE, Editor,
Marion, R; F. D. No. 2.
SuunsTioNs To CounEsroND.vrp.
1, Writo short pointed articlos
and send thou in early.
2, Write very plain and don't
3. Write on one side of papor,
4. Write from experience and
observation as much as possible.
5. Avoid all partisianship, sectarianism
and disrespectful language.
the oditor your real
name and address, no matter what
sigature you uso for the public.
7. If your article does not appear
as soon as you expect it should,
don't be disgruntled, as delay and
the want of space may bar your arti.
cle for a short tunc.
DkCLARATIOK OK OUR PDRPOnKs.
Our Purposes Are:
1. To establish justice, secure
equity and apply the golden rule.
2. To discourage as much as possible
the present mortgage system.
3. To assist our members in selling
4. -To Educate the agricultural
classes in scientific farming, crop
diversifying and domestic economy.
5. T o systematize the
m o t h o ds of production, manufacture
and distribution of our products.
We would garner the tears of the
distressed, the blood of martyrs, the
laugh of innooont childhood, the
sweat of honest labor and tlm virtue
of a happy home a the brightest
TO THE FARMERS STATE
UNION OF KENTUCRY.
(V STATE ORGANIZER. R. L, barnett.)
1nIueli, Ky., Aup. . -Brethren-'
'Permit me to congratulate you up-'
ia the magnificent growth and the
plendW success of oor Order durinit i
il.e two years of our exintince in the
tftato of Kentucky. We have only
to point to the present industrial
conditions at a reason for our organization
boing called into the industrial
life of our country.
And with roferenco to what wo
have alroady accomplished, is suffi.
ciont justification of our eontinuod
existence. We recall with pride the
achiovmcut of our National Ordor
daring the five years of its cxtstonco,
and extend to our National Prosident,
and all of our National olficors and
brethren fraternal greetings, pledging
our support and best efforts in
the work so nobly begun in the
grand State of Kentucky. To you
who are assembled hero, tho delegates
and representative, as well as
tho pionoors of our noble Order, I
wish to say that I regret the lact
that I cannot say, as othors have
said, that u plea.ant duty awaits tho
officials and standard bearers of our
Ordor in Kentucky, but to tho contrary,
that a most unpleasant duty
miauled with hardships and persecutions
of the most malicious type only
awaits thoso whom you may soloct as
your standard boarcrs for tho nost
twolvo months. In view of this
lamentable condition, I beg of you
to bo sobormindod in the selection of
your officials. The selection of all
officers should not be a matter of
neighbor or friend, but one of honesty
and ability, and if it should
ever be yours to onjoy the highest
ideals of citizenship, as the creator
of all good has intended that you
should, then the most loyal and most
patriotic and unswerving men would
he chosen to till the various positions
of trust. It i evident that many
who po.o as friends to the poople nro
their most deadly enemies. It is
plain for a short time an open enomy
will have to bo met, but time will
soon reveal the fact that our worst
onemy lurks in secret conclave aritl
will poso as our friend and ever con
ceivable moans will be brought to
boar upon your officials to misguide
and dethrone them in their efforts to
carry our Ordor to success.
The utter absence of political discussion
in our Order is one of the
hopoful signs of unquestionable success,
and I would warn our people to
forever abstain from party politics
and stores as the moat
dangerous venture that could bo
made by our Order. Our oxporionco
of more than thirty years along those
linos has taught those capable of a
clear business undcrtanding the foil v
of such indulgences.
The committee on Resolutions will
be called upon to express our views
upon economic questions, which outer
into our industrial life, Nowhero
is there discord in our ranks. Kvery
where the utmost enthusiasm and determination
The producer can never hope, except
by Organization and Co-opera
tion, to withstand the constant encroachments
of predatory wealth.
The master of commerce with ono
hand lowering the prices of raw material
and with the other elevating
the prices of the finished product,
which we all must have, must be
made to pause.
We must continue to be right, we
must ever be fair, we must be honest
with ourselves and our neighbors,
and if we do this, and arc determined
and courageous in our defense of the
principles of our Order, success in
the fullest measure will be ours.
In the matter of a constitution, I
bespeak on the behalf of jour constitutional
committee, a most careful
onsideration. I have been the object
of your committe on constitution
to make it free from ambiguous terras
and let its provision be such that
every thoughtful and loyol momber
can conscientiously endorse and vigorously
In surrendering to you my offieial
right a State Organiior of your
state, I feel that I could not do o
without acknowledging the patriotism
and unswerving loyalty of the
noble men and women of the grand
old State of Kentucky who harctoei
no nobly by w in effort to promote
our noble canse, which has been so
successfully accomplished. With
more than eight thousand Bombers
now '" " tle "d or i two
Million in the nation, Kentncky
stitutinjr, the Fifteenth Organ nod
State Union, and a national growth
of six thousand members per day,
there oau bo no possibility of iailure
with a constant and increasing
ontnpaign of education going on in
And as I give the control of the
allairi of our Order into your hands,
I do not only do so by constitutional
right, but because it is right. And
whether 1 shall live in your btate or
roturn to my home and friends, in
Texas, I shall nevor forget tho loyal
ty and personal aid of my many
friends who have stood so nobly by
me in the promotion of our groat
I now submit the business of our
Order into your hands with an abiding
fonfidoncc that you will ovor hold
uloft tho (lag of our cause with words
ouiblazonod upon her baunor, EQUITY,
JUSTICE and tho GOLDEN
AMKNDMENT TO THB BY LAWS
Of THE STEMMING DIST.RCT
That section Ono of Article Ono of
the by-laws of the Stemming District
Tobacco Association bo amended
( that said .Soction One shall read .
Sec. 1. That tho rcprosontativo
from each magisterial district in the
several counties composing tho Association
elected in 1 !)()!) shall bo
elected as follows: Thoso from ouo
county shall bo olected for one year,
those Irom another county for two
years, those from anothor county
thron years, those from anothor county
for four years, and those from the
other county for five years, to bo determined
by lot by the District Hoard
at its meeting to bo hold in
1903. Aftor the expiration of
the respective terms of office, of said.
mnutstorial representative, or County
Hoard, so eloctod in 1!K)!I, the
tonus of office of those from each
county shall bo for a period ot five
(f) years. Tho duly cloctcd representatives
from oach inagutori.il district
shall moot in the couuty seat of
their respective counties on the first
Saturday in August sucoooding their
eleotion, and shall organize as a
County Hoard. Tlioy shall elect
from their number a chairman, who
shall be a member of tho District
Hoard from their couuty, and the
term of office of such chairman and
as a member of the District Hoard
shall be for the full term for which
he may have been elected. They
shall also elect a uccrctary, but he
need not be a member of the Hoard.
Any member of the District Hoard
may be removed from office for cause
upon charges boing preferred against
him by any member of the association,
the trial upon the charges preferred
take place before a joint meeting
of the County Hoard to be held
for that purpose at the office of tho
Association at Henderson, Ky. A
majority of the members of the
County Boards shall constitute a
quorum, and a majority of those present
may act upon such charges, and
their action shall be final. Removal
as members of the District Hoard
shall operate as a removal from the
J. N. Bakkr,
Lis man, Ky
o. I. C. Pigs Eor Sale.
I have a very thrifty uniform
litter of O. I. C. Pigs
that are subject to regisration
for sale at $10.00 each would
be glad for those interested
call and see them or writ
me. J. L. Wright, Hampion
Kentucky. Oct. 1.
Lodges Visited by Howdy Soldiers.
Cadiz. Ky.. Aug., 12. -Six
claiming to have been sent from
Hopkinsrillt) raided the lodge room
of the Masons at Walonia last night
and took Masonic paraphernalia
sway. They also searched members
of the Woodmen lodge waiting for
a meeting to be oailed it their lodge
When the stomach. Heart or Kidney
nerve get weak, Uwn these organs
always fail. Don't drug the Stomach
nor stimulate the Heart or Kidneys.
That is simply a Get a
prescription known to Drugg' overy
where as Dr. Snoop's Restorative. Tho
Restorative is preimrod expressly for
those weak inside nerve. Strengthen
these nervos, build them up with Dr.
Snoop's Restorative tablets or liquid
and see how quickly help will come.
Sold by Jus. H. Orme.
Princeton, Ky., Aug., 12. -It is
reported here that soldiers raided tho
Masonic Hall at Wallonia, in Trigg
coanty, last night. Tho W. 0. W.
lodge, of Wallonia, being in session,
the soldiers thought a night rider
raid was being planned, and raided
the building. It is said that tho
lodge regalia and badges wore carried
Robert Par&loy, ol this city,
a lotter to-day giving an account
of the raid and tho rarrying
away tho lodgo regalia. The poople
of that section, especially the W. 0.
W. member, are very much wrought
up ovor the conduct of tho soldiors,
and the matur will be looked into oy
the lod una Tnu oouuty authorities.
Tho Keiieral opinion horc it
that the soldiors wore ignorant of tho
uso of regalia in lodgo rooms, and
thought thoy wero taking chargo of
Weak women should read my "Book
No. 4 for Women." It tells of Dr.
Shoop's Night Cure. Tells how these
soothing, healing, antiseptic suppositories,
brine quick and certain help.
The Hook is free. Addreas Dr. Shoop,
Rncino, Wis J .is. II Orme.
Oillcers lynores Troops Sent
To iiiioril Neijro Murderer.
A serious clash between Sheriff
Tom Rhoa, of Logan county, auJ
State soldiers stationed at Russrll
ville took plaoe Tuesday when Shen'T
llhoa reached RusselMlle with the
nogro, Rufus Browder. The Shentr
resented the effort of' militiamen to
Mirround the prUoner. andjwhen two
soldiers climbed on thegeat of the
oarriugc. threw thereto the ground
and the whoels of (he vehicle passed
over one of tho met . After the
had bceu plaeed in tail a confer
ferenre was held by fieri tl with
Capt Din Carrell and R. J. Mc-Bride,
Jr , at which peace between
the civil and nulnary authorities was
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Tom Deboe aud Miss Mabel More-land
wore united in marriage Sunday
aiorning, August -, at the residence
of Rev. J. J. Framks. Both are
popular ytung people of this com inanity
and will reside near town. Their
many frionds here wtsh them all the
happiness that it is possible for two
people to hare in this life.
Mrs. R. B. Dorrob, son, Will, and
daughter. Miss Helen, started on the
return to their home at Mentor, Ark ,
after spending several weks visiting
reiativen and friends in thu oonnty.
They formerly reaidod near
but a lew vcr (ago moved
to tbeir home.
Suite's. Beehive Block
All work guaranteed. If any
work proves unsatisfactory, ploaso
call at my office at once.
The Western Kentucky
The Kail SesHion open. Sept. 8,
l'.MIS. Kligtble pcreous arc ontitlcd
to free instruction. The institution
oilers special courses of study to
those persons who aro proparing to
ontor tho teaching procssion. Full
information furnished on application
Address H. H. Churry, Bowling
Tho Wostorn Normal ol Bowling
Green oilers young"; peo p 1 Td os'ir i ng
an education unexcelled advantages
Catalog giving troc'inlonnation.
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Tho best in tho world.