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ENDEAVOHERS ENDEAVOHERSIN
IN CONVENTION CONVENTIONContinued
Continued from First Page PageThese PageThese Pagei
i These endeavors are all In the line of ofthe ofthe otUie
the evangelistic spirit which have havebeen haeboon
I boon the keynote ke note of this convention conventionand
and which will I profoundly believe believebe
be the keynote of the church of the thotwentieth thetwentieth theILLi
ILLi twentieth century centuryA
r A Revival Century CenturyWe
r We are living In years of revival in interest Intoret InLL ¬
LL terest thank God As the historian a ahuadred ahunclr ai
i huadred hunclr years before looks back to tothe tot80 tor
r the earlier years of this decade of re revival reI reyhnl rovival ¬
I vival a revival of interest Inter St In spiritual spiritualthings splrUealthings spiritualthings
things a revival of missionary zeal a arevival aroival
4 revival of civic and corporate right righteousness rlghtOOt5ness rightoosness ¬
eousness eousnessThe OOt5nessThe oosnessThe
The evangelist is it coming to his own ownagain OW11again OwnagaIn
again Materialism has hushad had its day dayfor d dI dayfor
I for the present prO cnt and spiritual truth is istaking IsII Istaking
II taking its place as the only reality realityThen realityThen realityThei
Then fellow Endeavors let us put putourselves putourselves
1 d ourselves In I the way of o Gods plans planslet planslet planslet
let us allow Him to use us u in the great greatrevival greatr greatrerival
r revival which is on the war which is iseven Iseven iseven
even now with us though perhaps we weknow weknow weknow
know it not And let us take for our ourhigh ourhigh ourhigh
high aim and purpose nothing less than thanthe thanthe thaithe
the evangelization of our au young peo people peapl peoi ¬
i ple pl our country and the th world worldSuch worldSuch worldSuch
Such a theme is but the continuance continuanceof
of the history of the past quarter of a acentury acentury acentury
century and advance step in the line lineof Hneof lineof
of march God has marked out for forChristian forChristian rorChristian
Christian Endeavor May flI we not hum humbly humbly humbly ¬
bly claim that He has been b en preparing preparingthe preparingthewayfor
the thewayfor way for the present worldwide w rldwlderevi rldwlderevival rev revival reval
val al in ii part by these twentyfive years yearsof
of Christian Endeavor work and that thatHe thatHe thatHe
He has equipped and girded us as He Hodid Hedid Hedid
did Cyrus of old for this supreme supremokour supremeI supremeJour supremeiour I
Jour The history of f the Christian ChristianEndeavor ChristianEndeaor ChristianEndeavor
Endeavor has been the history of suc successive successle suecessive ¬
cessive revivals It was born In a aspiritual aspiritual aspiritual
spiritual awakening and its years ears of ofWomen ofDyspepffia ofDyspepsia
Dyspepsia of Women WomenABSOLUTELY WomenABSOLUTELY
ABSOLUTELY NEEDLESS AGONY AGONYCfiised AGONYCalled AGONYCused
Called by Uterine Disorders and Cored by byI
I Lydia E PInkhams PinkhamsVetabIe Vegetable Ve table Compound CompoundA Com Dund DundA
A great many women suffer with ith a aform aform aform
form of indigestion or dyspepsia which whichdoes whicht vhichdoes
t does doesnot not seem to toyieldtoordinary yield to ordinary treat treatment treatment ¬
1 ment While the symptoms symptomsseem seem to be besimilar besimilar bethnilar
similar to those of ordinary indiges indigestion ¬
3f tion yet the medicines universally pre prescribed prof ¬
1 scribed f > do not seem to restore the pa patients patients paI ¬
I tients normal condition conditiont
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Mrs Pinkham claims that there is isKind issind n nRInd
Kind of dyspepsia that is caused by > r a aderangement aderangement aderangement
derangement of the female femaleorgnmsm femaleorgnmsmand organism organismand
and an which while it causes a disturb disturbance disturbance disthrbI ¬
I ance similar to ordinary indigestion indigestioncannot indigestioncannot indigestioncannot
cannot bo relieved bore eed without a medicine medicinewhich medicinewhich medicinewhich
which not only acts as a stomach tonic tonicbut tonicbut
r but has peculiar uterinetonic uterinetonice1rects uterinetonice1rectslao effects effectsalso effectsI
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As proof of this theory we call enllnt enllnttention at attention attention ¬
tention to the case of f Mrs Maggie MaggieWright MaggieWright
r Wright Brooklyn N Y Ywhowas Ywhowascompletely who was wascompletely wasr
r completely cured by Lydia Lrc ia B Pink Pinlthams Pinkhams
L hams hVegctxble Vegetable Compound after every
r thing else had failed fail d She writes writesFor writesII
S II For two years I suffered xrfthdyspepsia xrfthdyspepsiawhich with th dpp dppwhich dyzpeptla dyzpeptlawhlth
which ca degenerated d oeraW my entire system that 1 1was 1was
I was unable to attend to my dally duties I Ifait IfaIt Ifelt
fait weak and nervous and nothing notllingthat that IU IUtasted Iattta6t mittEted
tasted ta6t rood and it caused caUS d a disturbance cllitur ince in mf mfitonnch m mItc znL
I itonnch Itc I trfed tri different dyspepsia dysp cans cansbat cur curat curesbat
bat at nothing not seemed od to help be me I was ad adfriced ad1sed adtised
friced to give Lydia L din E PickbaaV Pi b Vegetable Vete VeteCompound
Compound a trial tra tJai and was happily bsppDysurprl bsppDysurprlto surprfcccl surprfccclto
to t find that it acted lit a Cn fine tonic and a1d1n in s stewdavs Sotewdys sfevdzys
tewdavs I becan b6mJo to enjoy and properly 1y direst direstzay di dimy d1gesmy
my food My reoorery recom was ragidana rapid iuid nd ir irfive jrfi1e frfire
five weeks I was a well woman CIOmAn 1 Jhat h ham 1 1emnended rec reccmmendad recenid
cmmendad = enid it to many suffering women women2Co wom iomenco n nNo
2Co co other medicine in the world OJld ba bareceived b breceied bareceived
received such widespread and unquali unqualified ttnqu inqualiedendorsementcr i ifiedendorsementor ¬
fied endorsementjOr has hassucl1 such a record of ofcures ofcures ofcures
cures of female troubles as S baa Lydin LydicPinkhams LydinFinTc1ul1ns LydinPinklLma
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growth have been marked by the re revival reviyal revival ¬
vival of the prayer meeting the reviv revival ¬
al of practical service by the young youngpeople 3oungpeople youngpeople
people through their committees thj thjrevival thJreival therevival
revival of missionary zeil and giving givingthe givingthe givingthe
the revival of good citizenship the re revival reov1val revival ¬
vival of personal communion with withGod withGod withGod
God through the Quiet Hour the re revival reohal revival ¬
vival of Interdenominational Interna International International international ¬
tional fellowship among young Chris Christians Chriseans ChrisUans ¬
tians Is not the time ripe I say for fora
a new united persistent untiring ef effort effort erfort ¬
fort for this allcompreh allcomprehensive nsive revival revivalthe revivalthe revivalthe
the evangelization of our 011 young peo people people peopie ¬
ple our country and the world worldA
A Great GreatProgr Programme ProgrammeDoes < 1mme 1mmeDoes
Does this seem to be a purpose too toolarge toolarge toolarge
large and ambitious for a society soclet com composed composed cornposed ¬
posed chiefly of young people But It Itcannot Itcannot Itcannot
cannot be too large If it Is Christs pur purpose purpose purpose ¬
pose for us He would have us adopt adopta
a programme no smaller or less com comprehensive comprehensive cornprehensive ¬
prehensive and in His great program programmo
mo m we can each have our little part partHow partHow partHow
How can it be done Not In a day dayor da daor dayor
or a year but by persistence faith faithpatience faithpatience faithpatience
patience laboring together with God Godand Godand Godand
and with one another all things are arepossible ar arpossible arpossible
possible possibleBy
By B every enlargement and improve improvement Improvement improvement ¬
ment of our societies we are so far farfcrth farfcrth farfcrth
fcrth evangelizing the young people peopleBy peopleB peopleBy
By B helping in every way our own ownchurches ownchurches ownchurches
churches and mission boards we are areevangelizing areeangelizlng areevangelizing
evangelizing our country and the theworld theworld theworld
world worldLet worldLet worldLet
Let me then mention four special speciallines specialHnes speciallInes
lines of effort which an appropriate appropriateto
to every society by which we may ma sig signalize signalize signallze ¬
nalize the beginning of our second secondquartercentury secondquartercentury secondquartercentury
quartercentury Many can undertake undertakeother undertakeoOler undertakeother
other things these thesear aro ar withm Ith1 i the therange thernge therange
range of all the smallest and the larg largest largesl largest ¬
est in country and city societies societiesI
I An endeavor for larger societies societiesIIAn socIetiesIIAn societiesII
IIAn II An endeavor e for a revival of ofchurch ofchurch ofchurch
church going goingJ
J III An endeavor for an Increase of ofchurch ofchurch
church membership membershipIV I
I IV An endeavor for a revival of ofmissionary ofmissIonar ofmissionary
missionary zeal and giving givingFirst givngFirst I i
First In our evangelistic effort let letus I Ius
us begin at our own Jerusalem build building building buildIng I
ing each over against his own house houseLet houseLet housel1et i
Let us seek earnestly for more active activeand activeand activeand
and associate and affiliated members membersfor
for until we draw the young peopl peoplinto peoplinto pcoplInto
into some relation with our work wo wocannot wecannot wocannot
cannot hope to help them Many Ian so societies soc1eties socletles ¬
cieties ought to double and treble their theirnumbers theirnumbers theirnumbers
numbers within a twelvemonth Their Theirfirst Theirfirst Theirfirst
first duty Is to reach out 011 after all the theyoun thEyaun theyoung
young men and women and boys and anilgirls andgirls andgirls
girls in their church circle and bring bringthem brIngthem bringthem
them if possible Into some relation relationwith relallonwith relationwith
with the society as the th centre of the thereligious therdigiol1S thereiigious
religious life liCeor for the young Y ung Our In Increase Inlrease Inerease
crease Campaign C his been largely largelydirected largelydirected t
directed to the formation of new so1 so1cieties so1etiesLet so sodeties
cieties etiesLet Let us widen i it s scope so as a i ilo il
lo l include a strenuous effort for the en enlargement enlargement ¬ I
largement of old societies This is a apractical apractical
practical definite evangelistic service servicethat servIcethat servicethat I
that may ma well engage the tb > attention ot otevery oteery ofevery
every society s cIetj and every union unionAn unIonAn unionAn
An Endeavor to Promote Churchgoing ChurchgoingSecond ChurchgoingSecond ChurchgoingSecond
Second But Christian Endeavor J Jnever IEer jnever
never satisfied with simply building up
Its own ranks It exists for Christ Christand ChrIsDnd Christand
and the church and the world Then Thenlet Thenl Thenl3t
let l tus us mark our anniversary by b a art artnEwe rn rnnrwel r rncwed >
nrwel nEwe effort to bring others into fK fKchurch thcburch ti tiebureb
church and into its membership We Weare Ware Wcare
are told that in many man i Ilaces the habi habiof
of 0 churchgoing has for years been boongradually beengradually beengradually
gradually waning w nlng Why W lj should no noEndeavorerg noEndeno noEndearorers
Endeavorerg Endeno crs seek more earnestly t famong tfht tt1I
fht tCfH1t tcnincr > T1 Pri il to 1JTfln 1JTflnamong rrt rrtamong
among their companions love and rev revrerrt revotrce revterc
rerrt for the t1I ho hoti It t Gutt la lanot I Inot L Lnot
not only to the Sunday Sl1nda morning ar arevening arevening Irenlng
evening enlng services s but to the weelr week
Prayer meeting of the church c urch and ih ihSunday thSunday
1
Sunday school L Jet t us from this time timemake timemake tinemake
make It one of our chief < aims aimsto to Indue Indueour 1nducour I
our friends and comrades coi rades s to come into intothe int lntithe
the house of 0fGod God believing that thef thefthe therthe thrtthe
the sweet influence of its wOrsh worakand sdon hp hpand p pand
and aspiration of Scripture and prayw praywand pra praytIand r rand
and praise may crcite within them a alove aloe alove
love for fo these thes heavenly things The Therevivals TheniYals Therevivals
revivals of old frequentlr bej h aa in inriew p pnew aew
new ew regard for the hou hote < of GrwT So Soit Soit Soit
it was In the time o 01 Ezra and Nehe1 Nehe1miah Nche Ncbmlah 1 1mlah
mlah of Hezekiah and Josiah Let LetChristian L LetChristian > t tChristl3n
Christian Endeavor sav sa practically toall to toall toall
all the world like m e the prophet of old oldCom oldComb i iCorns
Corns ye afid let le us gO up to the thehouse thehouse thehouse
house ofGod of God and he will teach us ushis of ofhis r
his ways and we will walk In his hispath hispath
path pathThird p pathThird i
Third Again let l < t us strive for a aijreat aat agreat I
great at increase in rease of orChUrC churci l membership
Our associate members give gi us our ourleld ourtield i i1eld
leld and our evangelistic e m cHs tlt opportunity 01 > 10 rtunlt
Literally minions of thrm during the thepast thepast 1
past p st twentyflve years ear have come to toChrist toChrist toChrist II
Christ and J d Into iit the churches of all alldenomination alldenomraticn allIenornraticrc
denomination No N society o t is doing doings
Hs ts s whole duty that Isnot Is nct a stepping steppingoa stppingj
1on tOnQ oa i f to n fall membership m in the Church Churchnf
nf 1 Christ From the Junior society socfet socfetarc
arc iroro and more recruits coming
into the th church and a 1dyet yet there are mul multitudes m mu mutltudes l ltUudes ¬
titudes of children whose tender tenderheartsare tendeileart tendevIieartsare
heartsare leart ar most rziosteaslly easily easl1 touched by the thestory thestar thesthry
story star > of ople pie cross who have not yet I II IIr
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taken t ken this step It presupposes prcruP oses con conversion conversion conversion
version of course and thus makes of ofour otour ofour
our societies If we set this before us usa usa usa
a one of our chief alms s great evan evangelistic evanglIstic evangelistic ¬
gelistic agency Such SuchJ a revival will wIJIvastly willvastly willvastly
vastly enlarge the churches strength strengthen ¬
en the cause of Christ on earth and andcause andcause anIcause
cause joy jO in the presence presence of the tl angels angelsof
of God GodTo GodTo GodTo
To Save Our Country and the World WorldFourth WorldFourth WorldFourth
Fourth Another revival effort that thatis
is within the scope of every society societylarge socletjlarge societ7large
large or small is that of Increasemhlonary Increase lncrease1millenary increasedmiionary
millenary effort especially in theraising the thoraising heraising
raising of money for the spread of the thekingdom thekingdom thekingdom
kingdom of God In our cwn and every everyland everyland everyland
land This too has been an endeavor endeavorof
of Endeavorers Endeaorersbut but there are areheights ar arheIlhts areheIghts
heights of selfsacrificeand selfsacrifice iind generous generousgiving generou3siving generousgiving
giving for the spread of the Kingdom Kingdomwhich KIngdomwhich Kingdomwhich
which we must yet et scale If ffwe we would wouldbe
be true to our great commission 1 1plead 1plead 1plead
plead with you to forget the things thingswhich thingswhIch thingswhich
which are behind and to reach forward forwardto
to the larger and more generous things thingsthat thlngthat tbingthat
that are before beforeThe beforeThe beforeThe
The salvation of our own country countryfrom countrfrom countryfrom
from the forces of greed and an corrup corruption corruption corruptlo ¬
tion tlo and ring rule and rum rule tjie tjiegood tllogood jegood
good citizenship plank of our Chris Christian Christian Christian ¬
tian Endeavor platform is closely al allied alBed allied ¬
lied with wlthhome home missions which In Inshort Inshort Inshort
short means nothing less thaq the re redemption reodemptlon redemption ¬
demption of all America Thus Pat Patriotism Patriotism Patriotism ¬
riotism adds Its voice to Religion in inurging Inurging inurging
urging us to pray pra and work and give givefor givofor givefor
for the evangelization of these great greatStates greaStates greatStates
States and Provinces ProvincesNo
No society lives to th2 tll Jprinciplesof JprinciplesofChristian principles of ofChristian ofChristian
Christian Endeavor which d does es not notmake notmake notmake
make at least some contribution large largeor
or small according to its ability toboth to toboth toboth
both the home hOffiennd and the foreign work workof
of its own denomination While we weare we1re weare
are catholic In our views and generous generousin
in our efforts for all the needy let us usremember usremember usremember
remember that our first duty is to togive togive togive
give In and through our own churches churchesfor
for the support of the missionary en enterprises enterprises enterprises ¬
terprises that are especially commit committed committed committed ¬
ted to them Study the situation give givenot gIvenot givenot
not only generously but wisely con considering considerIng considering ¬
sidering carefully what proportion of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the money that you ou can give shall go goto gotJ got
to t our own church and what to special specialcauses specialcauses specialcauses
causes that strongly appeal to you and andwhich andwhich andwhich
which you should also help helpAn MpAn blpAn
An Endeavor for Millions MillionsBefore MIllionsBefore MillionsBefore
Before I close I would if possible possibleset
set before you some more definite and andtangible andtangible andtangible
tangible goals Christian Endeavor Is 13nothing IsnothIng Isnothing
nothing If not practical It does notdeal not notdeal notdeal
deal In glittering generalities but butseeks butseeks butseeks
seeks for actual results So In order orderto
to attain the objects 1 have suggested suggestedlet
let us set before ourselves these great greatdefinite geatdefinite greatdefinite
definite aims as we look forward to the thebeginning thebeginnIng thebeginning
beginning of a new and larger era eraA eraA eraA
A million new members brought into intoour Intoour intoour
our societies societiesA
A million people brought to church churchor
or 0 prayer pra er meeting or Sunday school schoolA
A million young people brought IntomembershIp Into Intomembership intomembership
membership in the church of the liv living llvingGod livlug ¬
lug ingGod ingGodA God GodA
A million dollars for missions at athome athome athome
home and nd abroad given through thro gh our ourdenominational OU1denominational ourdenominatioia1
denominational boards boardsHere board9Here boardsHere
Here are arefom four large largcPIacUcal practical defi definite definlte dollnite ¬
nite attainable endeavors four efforts effortswhich effort3which effortwhich
which will greatly promote the inter interest Interest interest ¬
est of the church tnronghout the theworld theworld theworld
world four things which He would wouldlike wouldlIke wouldlike
like to have us do doMany doMany doMany
Many denominations and organiza organizations organIzatlons organizations ¬
tions wisely utilize their great anal anniversaries annlversaries analversarles ¬
versaries by raising Jarge funds for fortheir fortheir fortheir
their important enterprises Let us ussignalize ussignalize ussignalize
signalize the twentyfifci year of the themodern themodern themodern
modern young peoples p ples movement by bybeginning b3beginning bybeginning
beginning a campaign campaignnot not only for fordollars fordollars fordollars
dollars but for millions of young men menand menand menand
and women and boys and girls Let Letme Lefme Letme
me repeat repeatA
A million new Christian Endeavor Endeavorers Endea or orers ¬
ers ersA
A million new church goers goersA
A million new church members membersA
A million now dollars for denomlna denomlnaTRY deriomina deriominaTRY
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Aged Defendant Tried to Strife StrifeDdval sukD SttikeUdval
Ddval D valCounty County Prosecutor ProsecutorWith
With a CRib CiubThe GI CRibThe ub ubThe
The Jacksonville Metropolis of Fri Friday Friday FrIday ¬
day says The usual serenity of the theproceedings th thproceedings theproceedings
proceedings of the Criminal Court Courto CourtoRecord of ofRecord ofREcord
Record was Interruptel today by a adefendant adefendant adefendant
defendant shaking his walking cane caneat caneat caneat
at County Solocitor W J Bryan and andthreatening andthreateni andthreatening
threatening threateni g to knock him down Thia Thiawas Thiawas Thiawas
was done because the solicitor object objected
ed to some of the testimony given givenby givenb givenby
by b defendants defendantsOld
Old man James B Leaptrot is On Ontrial dntrial Ontrial
trial fOr f r perjury and the charge is isthat isthat Isthat
that he as a talesman summoned In mthe Inthe inthe
the Circuit Court on June 6th in the thecase thecase thecase
case of the State of Florida vs Jako JakoBradford JaloBradfordIndIctee JakoBradfordIndicte
BradfordIndIctee Bradford Indicted Tor assassinating assassinatingJohn as sslnatIng sslnatIngJohn
John Plummer sajd he Leaptrot nad nadnot nadnot nadnot
not expressed himself in regard to the theguilt theguilt theguilt
guilt or Innocence of Bradford and andwas andwas andwas
was unprejudiced in any way Va Since Sincethat Sincethat Sincethat
that trial ended in the Circuit Court Courtthe Courtthe Courtthe
the county solicitor obtained infor information informaUontha Inforinatlon ¬
mation maUontha that thakLeaptrot Leaptrot had said that thatif thatIi
if he was accepted a on that Jury that thathe thathe thathe
he would hang Bradford and wit witnesses wItnesses witnesses ¬
nesses today have so testified Wit Witnesses Witnesses Witnesses ¬
nesses have ha also testified to the men mental mental mental ¬
tal condition at times o Ol Leaptrot Leaptrotand I Iand
and the plea of insanity was made madethe madethe madethe
the ground for defense Two physi physicians physIcians physiclans ¬
cians also testified as to the mind or orthe ofthe orthe
the defendant defendantAfter defendantAfter defendantAfter
After the threat Deputy Sheriff SheriffDodge SherIfDodge SheriffDodge
Dodge dispossessed Leaptrot of his hiswalking hiswalking hiswalking
walking cane canea a small one oneand and as asLeaptrot uLeaptrotand asLeaptrot
Leaptrot Leaptrotand and Bryan were sitting near neartogether neartogether neartogether
together the thedeputr deputy kept close to pre prevent prevent prevent ¬
vent any disturbance disturbanceBuy
Buy it Now NowNow NowNow NowNow
Now is the time to buy Chamber Chamberlains Chamberlains Chamberlains ¬ I
lains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea DiarrhoeaRemedy DiarrhoeaRemedy DiarrhoeaRemedy
Remedy It Is certain to o be needed neededsooner neededsooner neededsooner
sooner or or r later and when that time timecomes timecomes timecomes
comes you ou will wmneed need it badly badlyou you will willneed wlUneed wiltneed
need it guickly f Buy it i now It may maysave maysaVe maysave
save life lIf Fflr r sale s le by all druggists druggiststional druggistsUonal druggiststtonal
tional missions missionsDo
Do you Y UB say ay Y that these are large largefiguresthai largefigurest1thaf largeflguresstha
figuresthai ± many societies are small smalland sIDalland sa1tand
and weak in i Ii scattered fcatt re1 communities communitieswith communlticswithf
with withf f fqw w wp pTOplggto pl eto influence and lit little UttIe littie ¬
tIe money IDonerY i cjiponly reply re ply that we weought weoug weouglit
ought oug t to strive sttiveO lor large things for forwfi forwcare forvcl
wfi wcare are laborers labo is together with Him Himand HiIhand Himand
and that if each one does his little littlebest littlebest littlebet
best th the aggregate will soon soonmount soonmountup mount mountup
up into the millions millionsRemember millIonsRememberon niillionsRemember
Rememberon Remember once morb for our en encouragdriient enCo encouranIent
couragdriient Co rag niEfut the recorl tecotlof of the past pastOvef pastOver pastOvei
Over aridlCer and ef again agatnnas aas God surpris surprised su ris rised ¬
ed us and rebuked r buk d our little faith by bygiving bygiving bygiving
giving us more than we expected expectediWhen expectedWhen expectedWhn
When the Increase Campaign began beganless be beganless an anless
less than Jh three e years ago it seemed seeniedimpossible seemedImpossible seenedImposstble
impossible that in so short a time timemany tImemanx timeman
many man of our our States should so ld add ten tentwenryor tentW tentw
twenryor tW rLyor YO thirty tl11f Dcrcent 1prccnt to t their the r num number numbel number ¬
ber But thousimdf thous tho sthd it ds of new societies societieshave socIetIeahave societieshave
have been b en the result r S Jtanll lt and the campaign campaignis
is still going on with undimInished undlminishcdforce
force It Itbas has spread into every land landand landand landanti
and Great Britain Bri aInas as we1 as America AmericaAsia AmericaAsia a aAsia
Asia and Africa as well as Europe Europehave Europehave Europehave
have their theirIn Increase Ip rca rease e Campaign which whichare
are rapidly multiplying the number of ofour orour ofour
our comrades comr d s and the ttevalue ttevaluework value valuework o owork
work so o why w ir should we not expect expectand expectand expectand
and within a reasonable time tln e too to toreach t treach toreach
reach our million goals Let us each eachcontribute eacllcontribute eachcontribute
contribute our small quota and thv thvwork th thwork thVOrk
work is Isdone done
A Suggested Motto MottoIn
In the past years ears you y u have h Ye more than thanonce tha1ollcealldwed thaionce
once ollcealldwed allowed me to suggest a motto mottowhich mottowhich mottowhich
which you have generously geuerouc y adopted aj ajyour a ajour ayour
your own Here is one which I ask ascyou askou askyou
you ou to take for this year as asa a source sourceof s sdnrceof urc urcot
of inspiration and encouragement It Itwas Itwas Itwas
was given Iven us first by that old warrior warriorapostle warriorapostle warriorapostle
apostle Paul who was always endeav endeavoring endeavoring endeavoring
oring always alva s achieving always 1ea 1eaing bay leaving baylug ¬
ing past attainments behind always alwayspressing alwa alwapressing alwayipressing
pressing forward to new heights For Forour FeO1ir Ferour
our twentyfifth anniversary year he heseems h hscems heseems
seems to have written tnese inspiring inspiringwords inspiringworeIs Inspiringwords
words wordsIn
In one spirit with one mind striv striving strlling strlvlug ¬
ing together for the faith of the gos gospel gospel gos1Iow ¬
pel pelHow
How exactly appropriate to Chris Christian ChrIstian Christian ¬
tian Endeavor I will strive str e to tc tcwhatever dewhatever dowhatever
whatever He would tIc to have ae aedo e eI
I do we have all U said a hundred times timesThe tlmcThe timesThe <
The best translation of endeavor in inmany Inmanr inmany
many languages langu ges Is striving strl ng together togetherStriving togetherStriving togetherStriving
Striving together t gethe in Europe and Asia Asiaand Asiaand
I and Africa and America Striving to toBother tol1er toether
Bother l1er in every continent cOI tlnent and all the theislands theislands theislands
islands of the sea Striving togeth together
I er for these millions which will mean meanso
so much for the advancement ar11nc ment of the thekingdom thei thekingdom
i kingdom Striving together Bap Bapi Bapitists
i lists and Methodists Presbyterians Presbyteriansand
and Disciples of Christ C rJst Congregation CongregationI
j I I alists and Lutherans and Eplseopall EplsQopaUtns
1 ans but all striving for the faith of the thegospel
j gospel Striving together tog ther to bring bringmen brIngi brIngmen
i men to tothe the sanctuary striving to together toI together ¬
I gether to bring men to Christ and andinto andinto andinto
into His 1fl church striving together togetherto
to raise money by which tbc gospel gospelcan gospelC1n gospezcan
can be sent to the remotest part or ofour orour orour
our own and other lands striving together to together together ¬
gether though far apart striving in inour Inour I
our prayer meetings our committees committeesour
our unions and our great conventions conventionsalways conentloDfalways conventionsalways I
always In one one spirit with one mind mindstriving mi mindstriving d dstrhing
striving together r for the faith of the thesospel th thgospel J Jospe1
gospel sospelOne gospelOne ospe1One
One Dollar Saved Represents TenDol TenDollars TenDollars TcrtDoltars ¬
lars Earned EarnedThe EarnedThe EarnedThe
The average aera1 man does not save to toexceed toexceed toexceed
exceed ten per pc cent of his earnings earningsHe earningHe
He must spend nine dollars in living livingexpenses livingexpenseS livingexpenses
expenses for foreery every dollar doll r saved That Thatbeing Thatbeing Thatbeing
being the case he cannot be too careful carefulabout car carefulabout ful fulabout
about unnecessary expenses Very Veryot Veryotten of often often ¬
ten a few cents properly invested dlI like likebuying likebuying e ebuying
buying seeds for his hJ garden gar en will wJl1saye wJl1sayeSE save sayeseveral savesevOral
several SE ral dollars outlay later pn It Is Isthe 1Sthe isthe
the same in buying b Ylng Chamberlains Col Colic Col fJoIC ¬
ic Cholera and a d Diarrhoea Remedy fit fitcosts dtccsts itcOStS
costs but a few cents and a Bottle b ll1e ll1eIt fot fotit T Tit
it In the house often saves a docfoja docfojabill doctotbill
bill of several dollars For orsale sale by all alldruggists alldruggists ll lldruggists
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putita putita0 putitaWe S wATE R 0 t
7 We Keep the BEER pure instead of ofthe the AIR AIRAs
As every one knows beer is a saccharine product and when ex exposed exposed exposed ¬
posed germs literally swarm to it thrive and multiply in millions millionsThis millionsThis millionsThis
This causes c uses fermentation in the stomach and makes you bilious Just Justhere Justhere Justhere
here we will state that germ infection is an absolute impossibility in inM inof inAMERICAN
M M fc fcCooling
AMERICAN QUEEN QUEENtk
tk Cooling is the vital pointy and this is how it should be done We use a system systemof
of double pipjng WHERE THE BEER FLOWS THROUGH INNER PIPES SURROUNDED SURROUNDEDBY
i i BY LARGE WATER PIPES It is then cooled in ammonia ammoniabythe by the very verysame verysamei same sameprocess sameprocess
i process No air touches it It is protected even from the socalled socalledIH
i D IH J1 filtered filter d air and this is your sole safeguard Hundreds of diseases diseasesare
p are traceable to a germ basis and perhaps to germladen beer beerHow beerHow beerJfow
How is the beer cooled which you drink Compare Compareit
it with our methods for your stomachs sake sakeAcme sakeAcme sakeAcme
Acme Brewing Co Macon MaconRead Ga GaRead
Read our next advertisement on Cleanliness and nd Sterilizing
RIft Only OnlyChnnce OnlyChnnceIs Clinncc ClinnccIs
Is there a 1 man in all this thlsanl1i audience audiencedemanded audIcncedemanded ncc nccdemanded
demanded the femalp lecturer on wo wcmaus woPlaus womans
mans rights hat has ever done any anything an anthIIlg anything ¬
thing to lighten the burden on his hiswifes blswlfcs hiswifes
wifes shoulders What l1at do you know knowof kllowot b iow iowof
of womans work Is there a man manshe manIott manshe
Iott she continued folding her arms armsuJ arms armslooking armsitial
itial uJ looking over the assembly with withsuperb withsuperb
superb scorn that has ever got up in inJie InfJ1e Inthe
the morning leaving his tired wornout wornoutwife wornout11e wornoutwife
wife to enjoy her slumbers gone quiet quietly ¬
ly downstairs made the fire cooked cookedhis
his own breakfast sewed the missing missingbuttons missingmttons missingbuttons
buttons on the childrens chl1 < 1rens clothes darn darned darnd
ed d the family stockings scoured the thepots thepots thepots
pots and kettles cleaned and fill1 fill 1 the thelamps thclamps thelamps
lamps and done all this if ICnec nccsary nccsaryday flCC sarr sarrday saryclay
day after day uncomplainingly If Ifthere Itthere Ifthere
there be such a man in this audience audiencelet alldIencJet
let him rise up I should really Ilka Ilkato likAto lIknto
to Beahim BeahimAnd fee seebiiAnd bim bimAnd
And in the he rear of the hall a mild mildlooking mildlooking mikilooking
looking man in spectacles in obedience obedienceto obedi nde ndeto
to o the summons timidly arose He Hewas Hewns Hewas
was the husband of the eloquent speak speaker ¬
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I made a few calls the other day daysaid daysaid daysaid
said the pastor of an uptown church churchlo
lo o his congregation and in one of the thebouses thebouses thehouses
bouses I saw a strange thing What Whatdo 11 at atdo
do you think One Oneo of f the church hymn hymnbooks hymnbooks hymnbooks
books the property of this church had hadbeen hadl hadbeen
been l > cen carried home and was placed un under under under ¬
der the leg legot of the table to lengthen it itout itout Itout
out I remonstrated at t this menial use useof useot useot
ot hymn books Apologies and blushes blusheswere blushesere blusheswere
were ere profuse Now I am not scolding scoldingabout scoldingtbout scoldingbout
about this but hymn books cost this thisrhurch tIllshurch thisrliurch
rhurch money and If any of you have havetables hnotables havetables
tables too short In the legs please put puta
a newspaper under them or a aplece piece of ofwood ofwood I
wood If I you do this we wont have haveto
to send out outnnd and buy another hundred hundredhymn hundredbymn hundredhymn
hymn books ns we did last week weekThe weekThe weekThe
The pastor hail no sooner ended endedthese endedthese endedthese
these remarks remtr than a girl sitting al almost almost aimost ¬
most under his nose calmly opened a nhymn ahymn ahymn
hymn book placed 111 aced It between her back backand backamI backand
and the back of the pew and settled settledcomfortably settledcomfortablj settledcomfortably
comfortably down to listen to the ser sermonrNew sermontNew sermoniNew
monrNew York Press PressFor Pressfor PressFor
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AN N ODD REVENGE REVENGEThe
The Visit hlt Ttnnm nns Christian Andersen AndersenPaid Ander AnderenPaid en enPtdd
Paid Iii libs Old Dean DeanAmong DeanAmong DeanAmong
Among the many amusing amu ing things thingsHans thh thing3Hans g3 g3finDs
Hans Christian Andersen treated us usto usto i ito
to was a little anecdote which cu curiously ciiriously ¬ i
riously enough since It was w s so very verycharacteristic nrycharacteristic verycharacteristic
characteristic of him he omitted from fromhis fromhis fromhis
his autobiography He mentions In Inhis inbls Inhis
his Lifes Story that during the theautumn theautumn theautumn
autumn of IBM he was a daily dan guest guestof
of the Danish royal family at Fohr Fohrarid Fohrrtd Fohrthid
arid rtd was wns on terms of intimacy both bothwith bothth bothwIth
with th them and with the family of the theDuke theDnke theDuke
Duke of Augustenborg He told us usthe usthe usthe
the following incident about his stay staythere staythere staythere
there Ifahad been one of the mortifica mortifications mortIfications mortificafions ¬
tions of his younger days that the thedean thedean thedean
dean of tbrfdlocesevwho th In his dny had hadconfirmed hadconfirmed badconfirmed
confirmed him had treated be ted him badly badlyand badlynnd badlyand
and put the affront on n him J lm of placing placinghim placIngJItm placingbrm
him as a a 1 poor boy down in the bottom bottomof bottomrthe
of rthe the church among the th curates poor poorcandidates poorc poorcandidates
candidates c ndld te5 although altbo g4 lIe properly be belonged belonged belonged ¬
longed np above among the deans deansown deansown deansown
own He n chanced to hear that this thisman thistan thisman
man now helda post In the island of ofFobr oflobr ofFohr4
Fobr Fohr4 j 1So So I asked the I kng ing ng said aid An Andersen Andersen Anae ¬
dersen ae en iif If I might for once have one oneof oneof oneof
of the royal carriages with coachman coachmanand
and footman in red livery the same as asthe asthe asthe
the royal roynItrtmily frfmlly themselves m5elves used usedplaced usedplaced usedplaced
placed at my m disposal lisposalto to pay a visit visitThe visitThe isItThe
The king ld 1 smiled sn1 1cd and said With pleas pleasure ¬
ure So I drove out in the royal royalcarriage royalcarringe royalcarriage
carriage with panached horses and andcoadbman an ancot andcoachman
coachman cot hman and footman to pay a visit visitto i9itto
to my myoId old dIocesan dean Tire carriage carriagewaited carriagewaited carriagewaited
waited outside while I was in the thebouse thehouse thehouse
house That was my revenge It Itseems Itseems Itseems
seems to tome me that we have Andersens Andersenswhole Andersenswbole Andersenswhole
whole self his romantic bent his old oldhumiliations oldhUDlI1fqtIol1 oldhumiliations
humiliations and his vehement half halfchildish haltchildish halfchildish
childish greed of honpF hon In this little littlestory littlestor littlestoryGpo
story stor storyGpo Geof gjorgp go Brandfis Brqnd7 In Contempo Contemporary ¬
rary rar Review Re1ewi IeIlew1SlF i f fSir >
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Sir SI JOSHUA REYNOLDS REYNOLDSThe
The FjunooH Ftnioui fmoa Painter We V the Son Sonof SODof Sonof
of a 1 Devonshire Rector RectorSir RectorSir
Sir Joshua Reynolds was born at I i iPlymptonour
Plympton Plymptonour four miles from Plymouth Plymouthin I
in Devonshire in 1723 His father tntherrec rec rector rector ¬ I
tor of the e grammar rammarschooJ school early train trained trained ¬ I Ied
ed him ln classical cla scal studies intending
his son to be Q an apothecary but he dis displayed displayed displayed ¬
played such an inclination for drawing
diligently copying the prints > flnts which fell
In his way that the father yielded and andsent andsent andsent
sent him to London as a student of art
After two years he returned to Devon Devonshire Devonshlrennd Devonshire ¬
shire shlrennd and established
d himself as a por portrait portraIt portrait ¬
trait painter in Plymouth PlYI 10Utll where he hewas hewas hewas
was taken tal eI up by Commodore Keppel Keppelwho Keppelwho Keppelwho
who being appointed to the Medlter Medlterranean Medlterranean Iedlterranean
ranean station stafionln invited ited the young paint painter ¬
er to company him In his ship the
Centurion C Thus Thulhe be was able to visit
Rome spending s ndl1fg two years years there in invery inery Invery
very ery close study especially e pe Ially of the theivorka theworks
works orlts of Raphael and Michael Angelo AngeloI AngeloIt I
It was ns while Ue painting VlJJltIn in n the corridors corridorsof
of the Vatican that he h contracted a acold acold acold
cold which brought on the deafness
that afterward afflicted il1l1IcteJll1lm him during the therest I
rest of o his h s11te lifer Leaving 1 IeavfngBoine aving Rdine ine he vis ¬
ited Parma iirniz1 1nn1 where he b fell under un del Cor Corregglos Corregglos
regglos Influence then Florence and I
Venice yic t in the latter city Cltystudylng studying the I
wur i 01 toe great colorists On his I
way oay home Ilomeibe he stoppM stopr lin In Paris making I
acquaintance with the work of Ru ¬ J
bens Arrived in jj London he settled in Inc3t
3t arartlns lime and
painted a por ¬ I
trait of his
patron Commodore then
I
Lord Keppel ppe which h ch laid the f foundation
of his fortune Later Lat r he h established 1
himself In l Leicester i J t rRqllre square where his
house 47 may still be seen St Nicb
olas
Sppalc Good of the LivInG
Few will wi11b be b
found tOQndo to dispute de L °
1 spirit irlt of p tbe j it old 9I < Latin proverb De
mortuls nil nilulsIbonJIm nisi bonura Is it not a
Pity however 1o fVri that we are all so in ¬
clined clInedto to < offer fulsome adulation
of the th
dead about wfaoni Willie w lHe Jiving noth
Jng Ing 1ngws was too t tgvne a Yfle to t say This Is not to
be undersfood unde sfoo Odn as criticising cr1 cfsing unfavor ¬
ably the natural IU1tlnnJ1enr1en tendency y to forget
the faults fanltsanl and foibles and to remem rememVlrtl
her ouly onlythe tb ° Vlrtl tlrtttcs
65 ot the tb people who whoca
JJ h yaye re gone n on n before rOr but b it does o
seem frojBad 1o 4bol yt InoV n t even en Ast justice
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not be show s eowir OVh totoe livingsSuccess lh1ng = Snccess
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DIRECTORY DIREGTORVCENTRAL ToTRi ToTRiCENTRAL
CENTRAL TRADES COUNCIL COUNCILThere COUNCilThere COUNCiLThere
There will be b a meeting c Cj Cjbody t tbotly J Jhody
body on the first and third Wel Weldays We Wedan Wedays
days of each month at 730 p pdelegates m A Adelegates Adelegttes
delegates are requested to be iz izent t tent rent >
ent Z W ROBERTS ROBERTSW
W L I DELAY President PresidentSecretary PresIdentSecreJary PresideitSecrelary
Secretary SecretaryPensacota SecreJaryPensacoTA SecrelaryPenscoT
Pensacota Lodge No 3 K of P Pmeets pmeets P1 P1meets
meets every Holiday evening at 8 8oclock 31 31oclock 0 0oclock
oclock at tiitIr Castle Hal Blow BbcuntWatson
Watson building corner Palafox a aj ajGarden aGarden = i iGarden
Garden streets Visiting brethren cot cotdially cotdiaIly or ordlally
dially welcome welcomeH t tlL
H C VON WERDER C C CH CH CH
H HORSLEB K It of R RRathbone S SRath SRathbone
Rath Rathbone bone Lodge No
30 K ot P meets every erer7Thursday eTer7nIIrsday everyJirsday
Thursday evening at 3 00 00oVIock 30oclock o ooetock
oVIock la their Caste Castehal Ca8t1ba1 Cat1sha
hal ha third th rd floor oor But BlranVntson ButWtson n nPC
PC Vntson building soutl soutlw
w it t corner Pa P3acr afor nl nlGarden ntGarden niGarden
Garden streets Yuitln it1nif knights ktlghucordially it itcordially aicordially
cordially welcomed welcomedEL
EL B CERUTI a C C aC CC CC
C J Levy K of R 4 S SKnights SKriigltsof SKnights
Knights of1 Corumb l lJoIeetlngs
Meetings of ofKntghtJ ti tiKnights t
4iWk Knights df Cc CcC CcCar Ccarq 3 4 4are
are ar held at tlrtl tlrtlNo C r rNo L LNo8
No No8 8 West Is I Icia In11J zr zrcla >
n11J cia street on cry
Monday events even evenI1l4 U t
I1l4 730 oclock Aa AavltaUon j jvltation > z
N V vltation Is extcaJe extcaJeto ex exto ezto
to visiting Knights KnightsJOHN KnightsJOHN KnightsJOBN
JOHN B JONE JONEEDM JOSEED JONEEDM
EDM ED r FOX Grand Knljll KnljllRecorder Kn KnRecorder KnRecorder
Recorder RecorderPensacola RecorderPensacola RecorderPensacola
Pensacola Lodflo No 4 I 0 0 0Pensacola F FPensacola FPensacola
Pensacola Lodge No NO4 4 I L 0 0 0neets I Icetts 7meets
meets every Thursday evening cvenIIl at t tat J Jat V Vat
at the naw hall on West Gar Garstreet u utreet azg azgttreet
street Vlsltings brfithron eerily CtJr 1 1Invited C C2nvlted
Invited N A NEILSON N a aB a aB 0B
B R WITKOVSKI Secretary SecretaryREBEKAK SecretsrrREBEKAH SecretaryREBEKAK
REBEKAK SISTERS SISTERSNaomi SISTERSNaomi ft ftNaomi
Naomi Lodge Ko o 10 Rebekah Rebekahters Sl Slers Sa Saters >
ters ers meets every Monday night a a aS
8 oclock in L O O F Hall Vii VfrItlng v vtUng Viiking
king sisters cordially cor IaJIy Icvited to ri ripresent tspresent L Lpresent
present MISS NEITA M ELLIOTT ELLIOTTMISS ELLIOTMISS IOTT IOTTMISS
MISS MAMIE FREEMAN SecrcUrr SecrcUrrwow SecnJrTWOW Secrearwow
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wow wowLive WOWLJve S Sjive
Live Oak Camp No 1 W 0 Ov W Wmeets wmeets 71meets
meets in Pythian Hall 1st aci aciWednesdays aa Zl ZlWednesdays inWednesdaYs
Wednesdays in each month montJisovereigns VJ Vitj Vitjsovereigns l lsovereigns
sovereigns cordially invited invitedF
F A BOGHICH C C CUSSLIE eLESLIE CLESLIE
LESLIE E BROOK BROO Cerk CerkExeclsior ClerkEx CerkExecistor
Execlsior Ex clslor Encampment I 0 0 0Excelalor 1 1Excelsior 7Excelsior
Excelsior Encampment No o 4 c con con tee teeon
on second and fourth vednesdaji YecIne3da53I tf tfI a aI
I O O F Hall on West Caaa Caaastreet GaeAstrett Ga GaEtICet
street Visiting patriarch Inve Inv teil teilT < L LT P PT
T Q STLVSOV STLVSOVJOHN SIJNSOfJOHN STINSONJOHN
JOHN WILLOCK WILLOCKChief SciSft SciSftChief S l e eChIef
Chief Patriarch PatriarchJoppa Patrlac1cJoppa PatriarchJoppa
Joppa Lodge No No6 6 f 0 0 0Joppa F FJoppa FJoppa
Joppa Lodge No 6 I 0 0 7 Jmeets 7heetS 7theet
meets every Tuesday evening at 7 i3 i3oclock J JDclock 3oclock
oclock at Rafford Hall West GardJ GardJstreet Gard Gardstreet GarditrceL
street Visiting brethren cordially cordial1rriled cordaIlyvited j jvited
vited H JITUDEVLNE E N G GC GC GC
C L SMITH Sec SecOak SecOak SecOak
Oak Grove Lodge No 4 WooJawS WooJawSCircle WooJn WooJnaSCircle S SCircle
Circle meets every Tnarsday at 3 3jn p pD1 pai
jn Visiting sovereign cordiaLy y jn jned 1 4ard r rd
ed d MRS M B OLSfilf OLSfilfLILLIB OL OLSLILLIE S SLiLLIE
LiLLIE BRANUM BRAN1IMClerk Clerk Gariat GariatClerk G1duCIerk
M rf E B A No 81 meets f ff r rthird a af
f third Wednesday evening a am t tm 1 1I
m Rafford Hall No 10 West I Idencia re redencia
dencia Street
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