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THE BEAUMONT ENTERPRISE,"" MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1904. '
MR. HOLMES TALKS ON NORMAL CHURCH MORNING SERMON TO CHRISTIAN CONGREGATION FULL Of FOOD FOR BELIEVERS. M SKID LIKE LIKE CHRIST Communion Se-yiee Followed by Duet by tho Misses Hulchm ton and Mjxon and Services by Pastor. -nllowlntj Imiiresslvo cnmni nloii service yesterday mornlii.t tin r'lirlHtiiin church lli Mi-i" tlni.l.liiuoii mill Maxou sang 11 beautiful iIih'I. after which Mr. J. II Holmes, I ho pastor, spoke h follow in Ada iilinli chapter unci iMrlv.flrul VITRO WO ri'llll. 'Sl I Ik' cliui-fli lin'l l"i I'olng !! n-i iiiul walking In r r f Ui I'd tho ri.infort nf (In- Holy Spirit, wan multiplied. "Tlio liiirh of Christ did not inillt liV ihiinip nor by IIh? will of inn 11 lint wild lli' result of I'ivi' ilmiiilnir mill devololied under Dl- vim. iriildnnee. Tho text describes the conditions foiiiul In tho Aposmllc I'lnirch mill Indicates tho Ideal be ltHKIUK of lilt) M-opl In whom IK1 a Mill. After hi-vrml yi-.ns nf frililll kit I (foil III' Hn'" l to In- re called, kiutiiiK frankly III dimeiilty. A iliaon iiiL-isioiiari.-M Hiiioiici lhai Ills piiii'Hl klioiihl .not In. grained because dy his (iodly II vlntc ho oxcrl ed a, Kiiaii-r liilluonoo over nf lu ai Iii ii i liun uuy of them iiml when II ollCI'l' l pilglltl WiH UHlil-U III""1 his i-xmiiliniiioii.' what Ix It lo ho a Chrl-Han?' Iio replied. It Is lo be like Mr, .' naming tho good missionary. Ho was kept In I nn Ir iiml when n died, nliliiniiili ho linn spoken hut a f"w wonla in tin na live Ioiiriio, hundreds of i ho lientn on us well a MforoH of hrlstian kiiIiI, 'A good uiun has iloimrioii, nun sincerely inonrnoil IiIh death, 'So In our standing triio 10 t nrim lion our Iioh of winning tho worm. When a swift messenger nroiigni word lo 'ieneral WiishliiKi'm i'i" r iho hnttlo of Hunker Hill tho great general ill'l not ask who oniiniind"l. nor how many wit killed, nor even if Iho llililsh were niinllv ropulsoii. Ho Kim'iilv wihl: 'Old tho militia Hinnil lire'." iiml wIhii Iio was ioih thai I hoy Intel ho exclaimed. "I'll":! wo oluill win our Independence.1 .In! ho It Is with Iho unroll " Inv If wo w llvo consecratou diligent lives I llo church will march on coniiierlng nnl w compter. Church Needs Workers. Hill brethren. Iho church Is not bo Ins miil'liilioil as In Hi ly r old Thou-iinds of the world, large mini horn of our id iuli Ixi-h iiml friends, yi'a mill) v of our children, no going down Iho swift nl roil ill or lifo without Coil mi. i without hoiio. What shall wo lo? In tho naino of our Itcdoemcr i'i. iw Mil v nslilo every weigrl ami tho kin Iiml i nl 1 so easily liesei lis ami pluiiKo Into tho midst of iho eon MAN MUST FACE THREE JUDGES IS CALLED TO STAND SENTENCE FROM THE WORLD, HIM. SELF AND COD. HOW HE MSUPPEAR 10 EACH Evening Service at Christian Church Conducted by the Pastor, Mr. J. B. Holmes. Talk on Judgment Bars. tho ihurell of loilnv. Tho nearer wo ,.,.n iiv,. in neeoril with Iho examples filet t(1 savP ,,. lost. fuinlHhod iih In III" Hook Iho licflo-.l o olio oecasicm a roiiI Ionian lincl .n Coil luu furnlsheil uh with n" lust nnlvod In his natlvn city from ...n.r L'uiilo. H follows then Hull an oxtoiiiloil Journey, llo was mi if iho ehnreh of to'luv would do His h,,,,., lo vouch 1iin homo ami family ...in n noillv llvlnii and crowili ,nul was hiirrvini; alone Hi" Creels will' lie ninont! Iih chief luuaelerlH- w,, )riKht vision or his wife and 41 children in his mind, when ho saw A A Dinn nf Peace. civ.u-il of ..veiled noonlo liuoii HlP Ti, iw.i.no Inilionled In this pass- iianK or a stream, t. K "P ..,. i ho asKoil wiiiii vas tho iroiinio and i hoy is urown iu "Tlin p o.,n ,,r us-rininrA v.-iih the "h ' ...JsiiiiK1 one of porsocutlon which toiiowom mo water.' 'Whv don't you fcivo rruclflxlon of .lesus. Tlioso hllter I iiim-' ho nsked, hut no one replied liersecntors of tlio Tollowers of our and In a moment ho had set ido his ly.r.l 'I.ikI Ktniiod Steniien. hoheailoil Klip .liiruoM. iniiirlHonoil Apostles, and ont 1.......1 tiw. iliseiiiloH iiliroad. And whllo tho olinreh. oven In Iho midsl if Hindi nowerfiil oKPOKitlon and peu1- Lw..iitinn li.i.l niailo mlulitv eains, It now w&q multiplied. No oilier or- vnnliitlon could have cnilniod hut Hmtin loval followers of Iho lowly TJioiiieiip HiilTered untold nflliolion and thrown olT his coat and Jumped into the stream. 'Afler a liaril striiKClo no roacnoii Iho hank and as ho wiped the water from his face lie looked for tWrt firs! time al Iho face of Iho unconscious lad. ho cried' II 's iht own hoy!" Ho had cone in alter an unknown child hut saved his own. So It mnv lie with us If we will conform our lives .. i. .1 1..1 P -'!...!.-! ..ii.l tm ..111 from their ononiles rumor man neuy m no- in. ......... u.... h n.,.1. u;,,.l,,- mn dii ii resit I huh- iiiiii i in- uunin w. i.. i. t i.iin Dm Klnirilom. iiw. nmhnssailor of TWO MEETINGS FOR MALES ai in., hirih the niiL'i'ls sane. T.l'orv to Cod In the HiKhost. and on Dr. Rav Talked to Men and Boys at ' ...in I.. ...,,. V M r. A Ve!,.rfai nilh peace, room win umn ....... .. ... . . and to His disciples He said, toucp pr. c. W. Kay, Iho Hililo teacher I Inavo with you: My penco l K"v (.(,,d,icled two nieetinus at tho Y. M. unto you:' and His oiiurcii is exiior- -.1 , M-,,11,,,., attnr IIOIICO II II fl llolillCSS 1 i .,i,i,.i, nn niun sluill see Iho hoyH at 2 : 1 ." o'clock. ";" ti.lUed on 'The Prvdinal's Ilrolher. .. ..i i, n,nw nrnunor some- At I o'clock ho talked to men on ulint In the mlilHt of strife and ills- "Why Was the Man a Fool? -,,,.,1 oven in snlto of them, hut Pr. Kay will remain in Hoaiiniont iimon oondlHona m Indlcnllvo of anollior wool; condiicl inn UHilo study first Tho was to spea kor .cnrnallty and are 1nart ily condemned In tho New Testament. "Some one has written that 'men colnir throimh the Hookies will find nn Indian trail wliero there is only onn fool print, as if only nun man had passed over the mountains. The chief poo.! before, and all the' rest of the tribe follow him placing their foot in 1ils footsteps.' That Is what our Chief wants us to do and If we walk in His steps nfl strife and ills cord and contention will disappear and tho church, helnR at peace, will multiply as In davs of old. So it was wilh the Apostolic church. Walklno: In tho fear of Iho Lord. To be Truff. "To ho trno to Christ wo must re member that 'our lives are livlnn epistles, known and road of all men,' and that wo can reveal tho Master as wo should only by living as in His presence. A wicked, drunken wo man In one of our laro cities was at tracted to Iho church one Sunday evening and won for Christ. Tin1 pas tor of Hut church went to see her bus band and found him to he a very shrewd mechanic hut very bitter nKiiinst Hie chinch, llo win full of contempt for bis wife's profession of Christ ianliv and said she would soon cot over II. Six months passed and one day ho appeared at the pa-tor's rosidono In ureal anxiety coticerniiu his salvation. He said 'I have road nil the IcRilinc books on the evi dences of Christianity and have tdood out auainst them nil; lull lor iho past six months I have had an open book about my fireside, in tb,' IMTsnn tf mv wife, that I am not Ml (lasses at Iho Y. M. C. A. llo will hold two meetings every day except li.day, at 10 a. m. and 8:1" p. in. The Association extends a cordial invi tation to all, both men and women, to attend tho classes. Sunday at Magnolia Park. The larKost crods over present al this popular resort were there Sunday afternoon and cwnln.n. The street cur service was most excellent and the hiKh class vaudeville entertain ment was Riven to a lnrKo house at tli, matinee, and to a packed house in the ovenini,'. Kvory number was encored repeatedly and every one expressed their astonishment that such a performance as (lorn Paul, Prince Carl and tho wonderful Ko itit'lu could bo possible at tho nomi nal price charged. It would he out of the ipieslion lo conclude this article without meniioniiif the beautiful ren dition of that most artistic illustrated kouk. The Holy City, by Iho womb r- ful Koniota. The same performance will bo repealed In Tuesday even in i;. at S : 1 T, ; and no one can spend an ev.Miinu more pleasantly thin by at tending. MADE HIM A HARVARD MAN. Waiter Duly Labeled as Belonging to Famous College. Philip Klnc. formerly of the Prince Ion i b'Non, relates bow while a crowd of Harvard hos was celebrating the icsult of a Kami with Pennsxlvania -iiii' years m one CaiubiMco man was much taken with the white waist coat woiii bv a waiter In a Huston called tie l. In l.t niiu-,r I tlAVO cofiic t.l conclusion that I urn w rona and tli.-'i ! ,. The llaivard man there must be soinetliiim holy and ! mjt.-r to him. sajliiR: divine about a rolicion thai could -j W Hnt t(, i,v that waistcoat!" ta:o a w mian nnd make her into the -v,. what cio vou want it lr?" lovinc. patient. pravorful sinuit , ( Ki i ,))(, j,,,,,,;.,, man,.r. naint Mini so- ". , , r mind what I wnnt It for Yes. ;iliy nvtiic is ino im si com meptaiv on rhiisi K Pnitniv tolav A f'hrtstian Chinaman, b. -Ins a l.el In a St lmis court, win re he w a w ilno- how bo fell ln n he In a r, I it tho ,tea'h ,,f a rt.iin n.nn tim 1 hi 1m -nut iful r plv. In ie I hear of the b:ibt f a r,d num. I f. l the t..inh of n mis.-. n I nm-t mv bat1 " l"'v tiiHn ln l'i '- ilC-, ll'N Christ lil.etle. in V ;,.' o r.f intrinsif lio to ,.t' ' ri'i l will 1k npi-rov.-il t-v tho Ibi'v -ii,: wnd rf-cite H' rioif "t 't1: ::','- the at1v 1i'sl The Church Mu!t'lif . "l.tiVo r-rni-1-r--1 p -f f - i ;"i iKTrlancc in rf""d j:'--r ' cbiir h 'vec-d this r. jti ..' p. . II -- fid f.H" In '' !: Tt-at fMll'1 lrf Inir f ' ' 'Tie- -?. t;,r. If W t"1W' i' M' - ' i i - .. Pt 1l:-r "! ... tr , '.. j.'..- tl,f mi.t. tie f'b-1-' !..:;! 1- W'f fiaf t"" I"- '' ' I 'l l. i. i. Hfl.irf "' tut i T f V 'a,tm tin" t. !' .f 'i tmi ilirj wh" cmM H' I- h-ii f!:-- ! X. . r mind what ; !. tnineil the Harvard man. "AVI.al lulil ton lake loc the walsliiwit V li.-r -oino spirited batcainli.e t-n ;'e't, sj.:, 4 fi. ailer coiiM-iit1 t .in-. ft t di. Dais In pa) rriet't it Ii.. t:l U ii. r. uim the 1l:ir.it i n :. -).. ..it . ,1 ' Iv.ne'" and :ac Hie i t. , t' e snni tin titkTiod "Aid wton do jou wai.t It. -lr7 a-1 d llo- wi,'t. r. t'h." r.-p'-' 4 'h' coUcp'Hfi. "I dor. t i. i, t j, mi tin- the walstc-at t" i:i tv' at a'..' I mri!) waut'd to f.-. 1 tl.at I ii. .in At lb'. the wait.T torrfl at d was a, ,. t,, away t.-n tt llr i itid C hi . a i i d turn !' ; ' v.,ii t 1h- tn a 1 'i ' :. Sorvlcoa nl tho Christian church wore conducted last cvenlpK by tin' pastor, Mr. J. Ii. Holmes, who talked on "Th.( Tlireo Judmnont liars." Mr, Holmes described Iho three Judgment bars hi foro which man must appear for Konienoo ns Ihn Judumenl bars of piitille opiiiioti, consclonr. and 'hid Ho spoke In part as follows: "Lot us brlnu tOKoihor throe state incuts from thi Apostle Paul Is tho basis of our remarks; tonUhl; 'Let your maimer of life bo worthy of I he Cospel of Christ.' 'Herein do I nlso exorcise myself lo have n conscience void or ort'enso toward Cod and men alvvay.' 'And reckonlst thou this thai thou nhii.lt escape iho Juili;mcnt or Coti .' "These three passages ()f Scripture indicate throe jiiKinent burs' places where verdicts ar. rendered. No one can escape them and tho decisions will he rendered In every case in ac cord with Iho evidence given. Tho llrst judgment bar to which I cull your attention l.s the judgment bar or public opinion. Public Opinion. I'lils Is considered first, not be cause it. Is really of greatest Import mice, hut because It Is made first, in Hi, consideration of the vast majori ty of people loibiy. Almost daily the newspaper tells us of men in places of public trust who have hid their vil deeds, put. down conscience, and ignored tho judgment bar of Cod, but when their crimes were discovered have taken their livos rather than face the verdict of. miblie oninion. "A jury bribor pleaded tho morrcy or the court not long since on the ground that, he had already suffered tori tiros because he was a social out cast. Said he. 'I hope none of you here will over know what that means. It is to wake up some morning and find your name in ail the papers with the ugly charges, all the blacker since you know they ore true. It is to find that, the confidence gained by an honest lite of years has gone, that the judges and lawyers who alwavs have had a smile and a pleasant word lor you, know that confidence was misplaced, that, you have botrayod your friends, that the men who used lo greet you on the street now look the other way, that you dread to go out of your own home, and when you do you walk down the side si root a hoping you will not. see any body you know, holding up your hand kerchief half the time to hide your face, yet knowing that (he people you pass nudge each other nnd say 'there's Lynch, the jury briber.' I say, I hope lo Cod that none of you will ever know what that means.' Verdict Feared. "O, I tell you, the verdict of pub lic opinion Is feared but It is courted as well. A wealthy father and mother1 were anxious to have their daughter appear in 'her class' and they urged her to forsake her 'childish fancy of work in the church' and 'go into so ciety.' Her love for them caused her llnally to yield to their wishes and they dressed her in the most boil lit I I'ul way and looked on with great, pride when she made her first public appearance. She crushed her natural modesty and danced Willi the gayest of the say. That night she took cold Horn which developed a raging fever. And as she lay dying a few days later she asked I hem to bring in her costly robes and they placed them on the couch before her and with her dying breath she said. 'For these my soul is lost. Yes. many are selling their souls Mr a favorable verdict from th world, but afier all it is not reputa tion but character that will stand own hero. J. (!. Holland says that 'Character must stand behind and back of everything - the sermon, the poem, the piituto the pliy non. of ibcso is worth a straw without it.' Horace ("reely said. Tame is a vapor, popularity an accident, riches lake wines; those who cheer today may curs,, tomorrow: only one thing cn dutes -1 hatacier." Bar of Conscience. The s.-cond judgment bar to which I iniio your attention Ik the iiiilrni' 'tit bar of conscience. Al thoiigh a miin may jmssjblv escape tin. ootid. 'tvnat Son public ..pinion, tr.av r.ili tho conn, of Justice of a tilrf'il viitim an, I thu iih the p. 'ii ah v of tbc !.i yi t be cannot ' i ape li e iiidmi-in bar of owwicnci'. lb.. i.,itt .,f m,n will rjot trv a p.r s..ii a se,.ti l titer f.-r 1'ie same crime c'. s si, me tror i s',in in lii" ;i- .- ti I .n t'e emit may hero t iiiii'i.Ti st . .1. 1. ;i from th '"n I. -t r.i i.'ti ,.f '".i i. n, ,. tb.ro i fi -.UN. !'; S..1. ..f tli.ll i' rittil tp.- ' .; ,'..! in s "1'b. in ktia. in 'TI a tt " '1.i v ;i i-.-rnnntt. il tort I H. h , him" It j . bed he culled out. 'Aalecp or awake, I ace Iho mutinied f of Hie Huue no! before mo. Tiny drip will) blood. They iiiiike. hldmiin laces al mo. They point lo their upon wound ami iioM-k me. ) that I had a pared al least I Iio Infama.' Tlicll 1 brok.) out lu agoiiUiuK crirni ami screams bloody aw.-at (Mii'il I mm the pore of hia akin, ludlrai iiiu lilt terrible aiiKuish. He had trampled con ki ll in o undor foot bin Im could not escape Iih JiihI oondeiiiiiutlon. Judgment of Cod. "If there la Morrow for the loss of public favor, ami If the condemnation of roiiNclciii-e. Is terrible, whut must bo iho bluer anguish of the lost soul before the judxinent bar oi God? Yet there are many who are hasten lug on without on apparent thought or preparation for that Judgment bar heforo which every one must appear. Man's Judgment may be mixed with error, or even entirely wrong; bin iho judgment of Cod will be just and true In accord with the liven we have lived. The criminal pleads the mer cy of the court, hut the. Judge may remind him that he knew in advance that he was violating the law and thai now a righteous law demands full penalty. Hut na the lost shall stund In His presence they will reall.o that though He loved them and through Ills mercy offered them salvation, yet the time of mercy Is o or. Too Lat. "A few months ago a friend of mine was culled to the bedside of a dying man at Vancouver. Wash. Ho knew the man and histonod to his aide, thinking that at Inst ho had decided to give his heart to Cod. Hut when the mal tor waa mentioned he said bitterly, 'No, No, It's too lnle. Kor idxly odd years I've lived In (tin, and It's too late now! Walter Scott, suid: 'ThereH but one book for the dying man the Hlhle." Joseph Cook said: "Pillow niv hend on no doubt when I'm dying.' Why go away from Christ, tonight? Away from Ills loving care: doing away from this blessed life, To darkness and despair." DR. RAY FILLED BAPTIST PULPIT CONDUCTED MORNING AND EVE NING SERVICES IN ABSENCE OF DR. McCALU large tmuwm mm Forenoon Sermon on Witnessing for God, Which Minister Says Must Bo Don by All Men at All Times. THE ENTERPRISE JOB PRINTING OFFICE w MANY METHODISTS OUT. Large Congregations Hear Rev. God- bey Forenoon and Evening. Mov. V. A. Codhoy, pnstor nt tho First Methodist church, conducted tho forenoon .and evening services for his congregation yesterday. Large crowds were out to both meetings. In the morning special music, con sisting of a selection by a quartet nnd a solo by Mr. Autrey Oreer, was given. In the evening tho special music consisted of a sole by Mr. Hol land S. Iteavis. BLEKER AWAY. Lay Reader Conducts Services Episcopal Church. Pr. J. M. Bleker, rector of Mark's Episcopal church, Is on at St. his vacation In St. Louis and as a result Dr. 0. W. nay. of Fort Worth. Tex as, a HIble teacher of renown, who has been In Iicuumoui iho past week conducting HIble study classes in the Y. M. C, A., conducted tho morning ami evening aervicea at the KIM Iluptl.st church yesterday. Pr. Mr- Cull, the regular pastor, Is out of the city, holding meet Inns at Johnson's Iluyott. Pr. Itay is a Congregational minister but devotes most of his lime In Ilible study classes through tills section of the country. Yesterday morning Dr. Itay preached lo n largo congregation oil "Witnessing for Cod." Ho spoke from the text ''But ye shall receive powpr after that the Holy Chos; shall cinie upon you nnd 'e shall he witnesses unto me holh lu Jerusalem and in all Judea nnd In Sumnria and unto the uttermost purls of the eurth." The passage is found lu Acts 1:8. Dr. Ray said that Cod wants all to be witnesses unto Hint and that all nre witnesses unto Him. and that It depends upon the man what kind of n witness he will be. The portion of the text referring to bearing witness In Jerusalem, the speaker said, meant that, mnn should witness for Ood In his home. .Tern sfilem being the home of tho Jews, to whom the scripture applies. The minister urged that ovorvone hear witness to Cod In his homo. lie said a man might fixd his grocer, his banker, his bulehor, his business partner or any one else with whom he comes in contact, but that ho can not fool the little woman who slls op positc him at breakfast every morn ing, nor tho children who c'usler about, his knee at night. The homo. the sneaker said, was the most effecf- Ive place to bear witness to Cod. Try It on Neighbor, After man has practiced wltnesslns f!od In his home, Dr. Rav said, he should go out and try It on his neigh bor. This is what is meant, the speaker declared, by the injunction to witness in all Judea. .Tudon meai.i man a neighbors. Dealing with 'he IS NOW OPEN and Fully prepared to do any and all Kinds of Job WcrK. Lowest rates and the best work guaranteed.' Both Phones 93 Phone us and we'll do the rest. the services at St. Mark's yesterday inuestinn of who one's nolirhhnr tailed. In their.. n. t.i.i n,., i,.i,i,. i . service was held. BABY BORN TO FORTUNE. John Nicholas Brown, 4 Years Old, Worth $10,000,000. John Nicholas Brown of Rhode Island Is only 4 years old, but he is rated worth $10,000,000. His fortune came from his father and an uncle. In equal amounts, before he was 3 months old. Voting Brown has three pnlutial residences, a yacht, is always attended by a physician and has a retinue of ten servants. He livos on sterilized milk chiefly and has more care bestowed upon him than a royal piincc. He Is weighed morning and night on special scales and Is groomed in the most luxurious man ner. The youngster's fortune con sists In stock In great cotton mills In New Kngland. His mother was a Miss Dresser, sister of Mra. George Vandei bilt. Yet It Often Is. Old furniture should not be simply "old" and valued as such, but should be an example of the highest art of its period, and the result of application of the mind and time of trained artists In Ms const ruction. Its presence in the modern home, or as nc inspiration to the collector, Is the appeal of the past that past which reaches out ever to the present and sends Its impulse on to the future in art, architecture, lit erature or history. It is the uncon scious bequest of those who have lived, and loved, and planned, and tn Ijlng left to posterity something for the pood of humanity or the beauti fvltig of mirroiindings. Harper's bazaar. were somewhat curtailed. In the i. Bay said the neighla.r is the man lorenoon tney wore conducted oy a(Who lives next door, whose chickens lay reader. In the evening a songidb. n one's flower beds, whose dog barks and keeps one awake at night, whose pigs break throu;n the fence and eat one's cabbage. This U the man with whom one is exhorted to witness for Cod. That part of the text urging that Cod be witnessed for in Samaria, the speaker said, referred to man wit nessing for Cod among his enemies, for the Samaritans were tho enemies o" the Jews. It was the custom of the Samaritan to spit on tho ground every time he met a Jew. to show his disgust. In illustrating this phase of his sublect Dr. Ray related a stcrv of an old fiddler. Uncle Joe, who in a certain community competed with tho church for the palronaee of the peonle. Tilde Joe wanted the porfplo to dance so that ho could earn money playing for them. Every time there was n revival Uncle Joe would nut nwav ,h's fiddle, saying there was nothing for him to do. When the re. vivnl was over he would get out his fiddle and begin coaxing the people to dance. Finally they would again tro to dancing. U"cle Jo Converted. This contest kept up for several yrars until at last Uncle Joe himself was converted. Tie had made many enemies because of bis crabbed dis position but the flight he was con verted he went to every one of them and nsked their forgiveness for past wrongs he had commuted and said that in the future thov wou'd bo friends, as tho love of Cod had come into h' heart and ho desired to wit i,e. God among his enemies. The ab.lurgaticm to witness Cod un to the uttermost parts of the earth. Dr. Rav caid. meani htt what It savs that man must not he satisfied with biar'tti witness where he happens to t o but must go Into ovcrv commnnt- v. among every people and to the re motest corners of the world and tircach the word of Christ Tho leaker told of Col's instructions to Phillip, "f Paul's witnosdne Cod in Home and of other men who served Cod 1n count riea and plac far ftimi H eir hmiiM and iireed hi bearers to follow the example ot by them. He sa'd. in conclusion, that rvery man can wiinosi Cod. wherever ho i.- oT mhatcver his walk or station In life. i 1 9 in. i mi " Mieiiiiiiiiiiil E. F. McCOMAS, Manager. LIGHTING AND POWER ICiC AND COLD STORAGE Rates Farniihid on Application. All Orders Receive Prompt Attention Main Office 380 and 382 TeVisSt. The Petroleum Iron Works Co. STEEL OIL .STORAGE TANKS. f ?tA All Classes Plate and Sheet Iron Work. Fuel Oil Equipment. Old Tanks Cut and Rebuilt on Short Notice. 'Iih . fti i . a i a t a 1 . ti I--i ' T" i-l i "!: '?..' V ' V, ! . v;. .r. tt"'i. '. o ! !'!. " be Ii:.' a j .e. .4 l.:. ! I ; ,-.., i...v, . ....-,. (. f a ' c ' M" u it"' ';i t ai"l m a. -;n pa-,.. h.ti ; n tjiii'' r app ar- , T i e M'd at.. I I mimnted a nt i ' ti' i ii ar d tl., ai: "Ti'.- "f Civil War Correspondents. The rcll ci!l for the American newspaper corrcsjioiiiloiits of the il war Is snming shorter each ear. They rr.ay tie ctuntid off on one's fiiiEiTa that Is. those who rop i. rented en at pat-ors. One of the tirvtvom. ofili-.ng them over, finds mi! thee: Whitelaw Reid. Kdmnnd 1 ". fti drran. Ceorr" Alfred Tomns- n,1. Jo, j'h Howard. Jr.. Oooriie W. , t-'ma'lot . Ii. riry Vatteron. ""tce j rdia Uder ar t V. K. O. Shar.k. i "ill tti' e )"mnH!l-t. with the ncp- tbn d Tnw.r.wtid. arc In active er- . II. reformed late In life and .!. lo fatndnc on tte Marjlanl "iM-t'in li,i." Main Office and Works Washington, Pa. Zj Southern Branch Offices Go ichaux Build ing, New Orleans, La.; American National Bank Building, Beaumont, Tex. . . . MEMBERS OF MEDICAL PROFESSION AND OTHERS ' . J ft fi?2JiS2?iUM asked to remember l.hat. the consensu s of the Best Medical Authorities (based on investigation and results) unanimously favors the im-ivaled advantages Cool Colorado Offers as a resort for individuals or those I n need of Physical TTnhulldinp cau.c of Over-work Sedemary llal.it r other rJJmTb"S icular reference to tho.so res.ding in the Lower Altitudes or Uidarial be- par- Malarial dla- X.-flkiii-utailaaJ ., c y. i 1 . iv -r if ina f ' t W lltrd'KR m the a.me ciT x r.''Toy in hV piwbiri im ;.-t 'i" ti"-t s'i? factory tir all . So',, It J. T. lin-MtL SEYMOUR KISCH ATTORNEY AT LAW. 17 Gilberrt Building, Beawmont. Correspondents In New York. St. Louis, Chicago, ttc This Land of High Elevation Invigorating Atmosphere and Magnificent Scenic Grandeur, preseatln nr.eiMisi.od Opportunities for Out I too r Life an.! afford inTVii ihf Almf . a ofg Civilization at Minimum Kxpenso , ,s U'iSyS'rSSS? Ai 1. iJ "THE DENVER ROAD" mil provide iMulileWily Thr, i U ,i,l Pi? "'n X and Appoiuted .!. ItcmeiiilM.r five wei-ka !;e8ion, "TH E '"oiilder, began July 4th. COLORADO CHAUTAUQUA," Ask your Home Ticket Ar"t:t or w rit n. i. , now "Trl-Ansle Ticket.- t VoMo li a U!u"' """' ,h- "One Way Via the Denver Road' N. S. Davis, T.P.A. R. W. Tioton. C.T.A. a. A. Fort Wo- th. Teaas. Glioson, a P. A, K A. McPo-rcTl T. C. Taylor M. 8. Duffle f ' 1 K ,t A ')' t" il.i t . ct! in I ..in, aj'l in L.s d' a 'al V. anl Tn -'at :-b It:, h S ;,!. Z rk. I t at .. .M'.'KCL tTi'IiC, Ki Ttarl St. Hebert & Hebert, BUTCHERS and Dealers in Live Stock. M DCWELU DLTFIE . 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