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' I T-'MS til CRESSET. "Ponder ths Path of thy Feet and let ali thy Ways be Established." Prov. 4-26. V .' lilt ' SU yJ- III VOL 2. JAH-VJLLE FOWLER. OCT. 22, 1903 NO 32. WOKMl-S CRESSET "Entered December . 1902 at Fowler M-,t. . an e e ond clan matter u hder Act eft'oiujrcHH March :t im it ' Kbv. L. S. li a nit ext. Editor i, nscim'Tio.N l-KR ye.'.'; i . . 10,50 oent 8IX MONTHS , . 2.r cents THK8K UoffTllS 16 edits Invariable in AJvaKtc. Refuse to Sign, The Canada c ommissioners Ayl ersworth, nnd Jctt refnse to sign tbe treaty upon the Ahwka Bound ty line, the treaty gives to Ameri ca her requests, NINE MEN KHMD, At Pittsh.irg Pa., on Oct, 19th thera wore nine men killed; two ore mis: in;' and four wore badly buvt. By llic CO I la pi of a travel, ing crane on tho Pittsburg end of the New Wabash railroad bridge over itonotigabelo river. Lesson For JAH'TtUe Union Sunday School For Oct. 25th; T903 Rom.lOth. chapter. By Jesse Fogerson- Subject Word, (Free) Selected Hy Jesse Fogerson. Try McConhon's Ex- rii rr i Ha. Call on G. P, Kenney, Agent for Texas Go. 8 LL Ll 1 KIWI A I l fVI L.i 1 AT J Atf- 4. ; I. Lll- 4 t. l The fifth'; has come nnd gone, and it COjinol lie looked bu uk to in any other lespectj but a di long to li- remembered by the. people of JAH-Ville and nil who chance to be here, Tho flay was cool, and iht Arbor most beautifully de corated And at ton 0 clocki according to previous arrange inotits the program was v-oiMiiii'tii'.-d by singng: A iter a song had boon sun:.', tjii Brushy Knob School, in oohnec lion with a few nchoJa-iV) from StnbBs School: lumbering In all about -to scholars .bonded by Mrs- WUlfa'thf teacher of. Brushy Knob, and Mi Williams b v husband teacher of the Stubbs School; marched into tbe large Arbor single tile, In front of the School was born a large American Flag by Mr. Cbarjie Pake, which was banded to the pjd- of, tfhe Cuehskt fur safe keeping during the exercise, tho Flag was received and oared for by placing itjn the center of the rostrum in view of alb ' And in this acti there wus one of the grandest displays of Union thai man could witness. 1st- The Flag represented iho Grand Union of the Uni ted States. 2nd- The two Schools hind d by their teachers, who were man and wife, represented the Grand Union that God Himself Spoke of 1 1 man and Wife, saying, they are twain in one flesh- 3rd The two Schools joining in with the Bible School and our School and Teacher at this paci in- Ihe Eutwrtahunr ni, made note. After tho two visit sung, in greeting to them i thor G rand tin! in worthy of schools wort.' seated th.' choir r 7 " ' . U fi ktui UhJ J i it w , i Our Neighbor School Scholars, baa gathered once more, its numbers - wool, a we never befof : The principles of its teaoher, simll never furled, For those sociable principles, will unite ub the world: Chorine Bing and rejoice; Tins union is on its bright way. Marching along, To its beautiful mansions of day. 2. VVe fight against division, and battle with wrong, Our (Word is thfl Bible, both trusty and strong; Wit h Union as our watchword, and fait h us our shield, This armor to division, we never will yield. Chorus. o. With your teachers an Captains, our voices wo raise, And join with our teacher, in singing God s' praise; His soldiers we are. and lli-t soldiers We'll he, "fill wo lay down our armor, and death sal us free. Chores: Composed for tho purpose, by Roy. li- S- Garrett teacher of the Bible School at this place, after which the program was (taken up as follows: PROGRAM, Opening song: 'omi. Opaning lesson rend by Ucv . L. S, Garrett. Prayer by M r If'gh She) lev. stong; , Seeking the lost. Address of Welcome by, Rov-iL. S. Garrett, pong; I want to bo a worker. Roc. Who is she, By Idtt SheUey, Dec: Ldve one another, By. Jibimte Simons. y;,mir; 1 know 1 love thee better l ord Bee: The real Horoj By, Albert llortou. Heo. The little arm chair, By, Minnie Shelley. Song: ba boron. Dec. Be strong in Jesus. By, Harold Oliver. Roc Two boys, Bv, Maud Dawaon, Song: Take me as J am. Bee. Figs from Thistles, By. Dudley Brinegar, Dialogue: Hope, Faith and Love, By three girls. Je&US Saves. Uauy Merritt, Kee. uasnXnch, By, Beulah Olirer. Sone; Coins i the fountain, Dec. A hit of family History, By. Emil Oliver. ' By Little ISIijah Brinegar, Rec, Jes.us on the Lake, By, Leona 8tinoii8, Song, Chrisi on the waters. Bee. Wonies's work. By, Mi Id rod Delano. Contetitiaent.. Bj, Bena Franklin. Sotg, What shall Our answers be ' c- People will talk. By Blanch Myers. ' ' Tim child and tbo mourners,. By Pearl Goddard, No child is ever out of sigh. Bj Nora Shelley. Song- The Master wants workers, Dec The hospital W ird. Bv Charlie Horton, Dialogue Harry's fjosson, By Three Girls and fourBeyiii iiec- The pink wild lose. By, Minnie Shelley, Song, Tis tin- last call of Mercy, Hoc- Swinging on the gate- By, Ida Shelley. Dec. A poem tor Boy. By, Albert HorttD Bee- They Two; By, Maud Dawfipg, Song; Friends of long ago: by the Colony children: Hoc. New Years Night of an unhappy man. By Brace Booker Dec- Of! m the .stilly Night. By, Win. Faster. Song, New Jeans Lover of m,r Soul. DINNER. Bee The Bible. By, Nettie jo.rrU. Song,; My Mother's Bible. Address. H,- Bev: A. Murr. Rev. Miiri1 did i tucb credit to his Subject, it was all plain, good and instructive, Dialogue- Our Theological School, By 1? girls and hoys: Song, City of Bight. Address by Hon: Jesse Fogeraon: Song, Standing on this Promises, Lat came the drawing of tho Quiets,: No. 1 Qu ilt, was drawn oy, Mr. John Booker, and No, J Quilt was drawn by Mr, Len. Myers: Which ended the program of the day: There was nci ; jr of any kind ; nor a drop of intoxicating drinks on the ground as fur as the I'd. could find out But a real day of enjoyment by all. and everybody and there were several hundred people on the ground. Rock Springs was 1 1 Represented, and the Dunamore school vn - representetl, and its teacher Miss Kieldeu was here, The sun pas.-- tl down at the close of the day upon the enjoy, in, mts an,i blessing of the labors of the following oomntitte; Mrs Lvdia Pattertion, Lucy Franklin, Mary Myers, Nellie Swtomgiii and Mnttie Bowers ; Organist Mrs. Lulu Garrett, Program conducted by Nellie Swerngin and Mttttie Bowers, who can be proud of their hard labors in IhB great e.,ui!e. LORfNK ArU ITEMS. "By Ai.iuaiT" Song: Dec George's Lament, By, Kind Kd. will you allow' me space for my few lines. Being that this is my first time I would like to become one of your r, gulai correspondence, 1 can't write much for I don't Itnbw the country I am a stranger yet. Well 1 guess I must hay some thing about my trip down hen WO weni up to Cedar Cap I will tell you I saw great sight, when we was walking the railroad in places it wm o high that 1 ! thought tin; ', we was going to the bottom. On my trip I got townee those engines that had a wreck ; I tell 'you they looked icandlbns they was broken all up to pieces. We sec movers passing coming from Missouri, T wonder whore they are going too. Bind Editor I would havo written sooner but i have just got settled down now, my part ner is working on the railroad, I can't write none for him so I will let him do his own writing. TelJ my friend.-, that I got to cross tho Pocahontas bridge and that was one great sight, That is all that is worth telling about my trip Kind Fu. I know nothing to write this time but if this escapes the wast basket I will try to write more next time. So I will close hoping that we will meet again either on land or in heaven.