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'......K,. 'Ponder the Path of thy Feet and let all thy Ways be Established." Prov. 4-26- VOL. Ill NORWOOD MO. OCT. 27 1904. NO. 28. WORLD'S CRESSET y.KV. L. S. G A 1UIETT, Imhtou oi nst uirridN vi:k ysaii i . . CO, 50 cents SIX months ' . M wnl THRI.K MONTHS 10 e Invariable ' AJwuc. 1 V acceptance "f protniaaory notta p AUt at as cast out into the by tho Japanese. Twelve leading draught and fortvei lost sight of, Obinee merchant tiavo been1 May the Christian Mother's w.ice put in jail. It is further reported ring aloud In the eat f ih srtii St th.- Chinese OOtQltlfif tttna the In as spark ol Are falling lipnri tli'l nm til to N"W ('liWiinjr. who huvo heart,, and there burn btht?r Russian money- are a, once at- brigh'er until the ported day. rented. and ; DAY PASSES QUIETLY on SHAKHE RIVER MAKE AMENDS. St. Peters burn Oct. -Gen. Mr. Devi.... hun 1 (bight Bay Bare. 0 Ixoroptttldn reporfl I bat yestor- j airs' old, ff mil, wi'Ii ' ft- n.i'ii nt til . ki .it will. iii 1 mile K 11 Hay passed quietly tit Bbakl Norwood, ut hi.y ilnio. I river, i i St Tjouis Chronir-lo Oct R.'Ol in state n mends in !iri. IHgltiiig Fleet . that Russia will nun for the .Ml til. liIllIHl.-M Book of life and the dead wore judged out of those things which wero written in the Books" i Rov. 1021 ) By this we son that (oi! does i loot only keep it correct account of every person, lint further more, of all theii work! and do. I iog of their whole life, while here ihelovt. What a wonderful, ttufftt koeping thin is, ! Rot more wonderful to have 'our tinmen written in the Lamb'! Book of Life, When we Re member how prom, we are to wander away from God . Warrant Sxpscted. r::'.KvyJ3Pcg3K?:Bgsw iMlSIt A Prctsst. Mt"U RDER. i' roni i"'iim evidenced t Ih information it is hi Miss Kletiora We undcvstandtii.it fapin protests; agiinst Russian soldiers wearing China's clothing in the ranks. A .Hinder may cause a race war. On tin. 25fld w understand thet in and aronnd Gothrla Ofela , Tho milld II a Store house r Ti.ere is quite an oxcite.no.it thai , .. . . ' may cause n race war by the Still good, cr evil-- li the mind h full Ian Ol two white men by threo no of good thoughts, tho acts of that! ,. groea, The naines of the white mn person win ho tlio inn; ti.rn (roin Mr. Mil if Oct. 1904 n Bull ol near Norwood imst this lif" 00 the 24th He waa born on (Jhriatnias Day 1880. in Leo County Va. Cam.; to llns County Bight or Ten '('ars age lie wa aOldier ill the Confederate Artiiy, Wus nnver married And if be had an enemy, they were unknown tie was an Uncle to our .'ttty. Bull of this pli.ee, lie wns laid to rest in the Thomas Cemetrr. Rt. Chad well Bro'i will preaab his funeral in the near future, who are M inisters of th" Mission nry Baptist Church. Mr. Rail never belonged to any ehtireb itemization. While body reata in Silent Tomb, The Sprit 's fone to God, We trust ii rests in Heaven's Home, While th.- body's under the sod. HliSl&ilCl dG3tlubsd. themind. rViidnienwilUeetht The Baltic Fieei ol A'ess'-.. di.-.c:-.;uu-cd joo sluv.s t the lishinii s.ptadr.ni of lqgUnd with the effee; nt riiiRrn several of the Bngliah vl-si:Is and IcilliuK and woniHiing tiuite a number. Thi bappncd on the night of the -j ua we undeiiiaiid n; and it h.is stired England iron, ecntcr to circumfer anee. Ad quite a Beet ol her war ships stands ready to proceed to the fro.it at a ihouk-uis warning. good a Us, and know the tree by the S'ltne-Btit on the other hud-If I'm mini' ia full tl.. j . The nets of that i'.e will be reod by the eve, and judged to be bad, was Girl Shi r in and Jim liunan. TAKING TKS CENSUS. A iiMniiM is an eiiiimei-ation or cniiating, Ol the inhabitants of thai this was dono in a very nn 'blent time. ne of the books LOSS. Jap tnese loss in the great battle with Russia is reported 341300 that ot Russia 41,000- "9000 the total what a titrable slaughter of human life. And the cause for this could not pay (or 0. ble. Oh! when will men learn war n" more forever, und the petlon anndmtiedl be-' ar.y eountry History informs us cause the scripture says by their fruit vo shall kllOW them. Then red the mind oi all evil thoughts in the Old Ttslament aerintures and tiring all into subjection unto called (Numbers) was named from the obedience of Chfiit: And-uir the circumstance that it contains life bid in t'fcrwt, and our fruit an aerount of the numbering of will be tin 1 1. holiness end o:.r Wo: k . the Israelites, by tho order of unto ever last me life The Sklllinfl i Moses, That n umber mg was a amsus of the peoplo composing the Jewish nation, it not only gives tho total number ot the neoide. hut that of eaoh tribe, inacli after our own mode of do- First it it taken Irom the bowels intf the sumo thing. ol old Mother earth, appwaatly Wo lake ours by Stat useless, by strong hands, it is taken we find the total of to the refiner anc. it is manufactured nation . A PAN KSE ATTACK B1RLUNQ SHAN PORTS i and the whole n ancient times a census into the proper ahape, for it to be seems to have beed taken more beneficial to the Orld of people, for military than for any other In its helptessnrss it is useless; purpose. This is one o the oh- Uo now it is on us minion tour joets in the present day; bat ir. through the world. Its glossy eyes Woodcock was murdered atjVVater I loo III. on Oct, 2-t A Oegro is aus- tiected tho evideucc).enmis in this I manner from the Oorouer's in 11631 lielH over t lie (Ifil.l Oody. Pi rat, The hands nnd urms of be sir) were unbnrned. Had she 1 fallen into the fire prior to death, sin- would certainly have burned hands and arms in an attempt to extinguish t he tinmen or tb protect her taee and body. Seooud, A wound made by some blunt instrumoiit and sufficient to produce leath. was found on the bael; of bur head. A fall could 1 Ot account for the presence of tho wound ' Third, No blister was found on the body of the deceased girl. This fact physicians state, proves conclusively that the uirl w;is dead before being thrown into tho fire, as blisters would certainly have developed, had she fallen in the lire while life " as yet in bur body. Every detail of the trangedy stamps it as an outrage of the character winch are so common in the Sunt h . . - What Is Temperance; Ma II. R. KELtKY. a reaidont of thii town pasied nway Bat bis home on tbe morning of the 26th of Oct" J904j at the Baffe oi 82 years and '. months He leaves a wife and four child- dron to mourn his loss, He waa tb son of Jacob and Nanev Kelley ILs father, Jacob, passed away the 15th. of last Augcst, leaving a wile and eight children. The young will die and the old muit die. Mr. II. l. Kelley was beloved by many friends, nnd they .It i i i 1 1 1 sivrM untlif d t li 11 lii-iiin'iiil wiin ii''tin(ia Wnfo 11 nil j .' 1 11 tn mg tt 1 n 1 - 1 -1 -vi ' 1 1 ivpn "t.'w wu ducted by Mlilcr ZubftM. Q Our School ut thin plnce beftded by the I'rmcipaia inarchoi to toe home ot tne oepartea and pain tne laft respect to the dead; 84 in number, besides teachers. First, the young 111,1,1 and boys, ami then followed tho young ladies and little girla. What a ( ribnte to the dead, And to th.. family bereavi di The principal teachers at the bead, And Scholars truly p.-rcieved: But true, here we this life must end, For we nro pilgram atrangers God to us, his love did send. At Bethlehaiu's stable's manger, modern times man)' uses are made of a censns. It not only shows the military -power of a I distinction of sex, and a with an all. Now York, Oct. 25A Sbtin ghai Cable My "The -lapanoso besieging Port Arthur have bo gun an attack On the Erlung Shan I'orts. Tbey are said to have captured a position In the middle of the fortress and .1 blgb . f rton Slum. It is tabor lor many mu itw 1 , . , . , h.tt.t.h wells have begWJ ind and character of her darling ;,'f.-oo,o already. Most of tho child, for to send him forth to waikjivere , ..:.-.. Port, Arthur have to and (ro throuah the .vorl.I to he a b" n destroyed and the approach ;Rreat effort ,0 all whom he mayrtunt facta are obtained by , "- I ...... .1 1 . 1. I iiiinti.9 l.i'fllii'- , ,.,str is dreaded by the gar- meet, the high, w. tne ru.11 u.e . 1- I ncor nS "' ' Alas! to soon the Mothers voice is j simular record, kept by the hand I stilled in death, her womanly form is' ' the tJ real Jehovah. For God OSIKWJAPANB j 1nd of SuuJ. j himM!lf h 8poUen tliroUgh Christ, mlm0 REPORTED 2 J a luluby ,jver het grave, to John tbe Reve.alor; and through , -4 w. ri-,.i. hnd'M.'bv her son i bim to us, in this languege. Chofoo.Oct. :l.)-H is iowou-, .... , 1 00 manifest abandoned, the SIDOata unooscrvcu. uir Temperance readies every field of man; God says "he temperate in nil things," Then it is not eon lined to just ore purl of our life, with the or not one act or one habit, hut; are seen upon the shell of the mil iionair. in the hands of the sports- 1 . u.n It n 1 aft - 1 nation , hut when taken man ,- the merchant receives H (pan- v, Vet the rtd poor, seldom hear its rattle, to make glad the heart of account ol tho births. marriaKes, h wife, or still the cry ot the babe, and deaths daring each years, it ... .1 liu.M. .1. HMhh .1 ituaiiftiM aht Sad n aht. The child is vuwv" ",uul "' "I " horn into the 'vorld. the mother may I ' interesting topics: sue u. loBiMVttv. the rate of mortitliiv HBt'O ot evil which throws us into any uays to sii.tpc u.c , -o ' 1 tho ratio of increase, and the duration of human life ITiese. and many olhci waha wau mtr W ' Temperance is tho fundamental i principals of good morals. In '.he Brat place to ho Tompei- h as the !"te, is to slum the very appear So we find the evidence, of a . . . 1 i inn UlilU 1. e.-v- . . . . .,U. between the Chinese and -'apa-1 And the association o. ,nu.c neseatNmv Chwan. This es-', ion Like the shilling amongst the tvangementischietjyduoi, ti e counterfeit. Its true wealth covered And 1 saw the dead email and gii-iit, stand before Cod. and the Books were open: nnd another Book was open, which is the good morals. I' w e shun ihe very appOAfsnce of evil, we will not tall into the bad habits, of drinking and tic ti loot our own dear loved ones at home. In this mnnner there will bo no tears to be abed at home over out sad down-fall. No aching hearts to chill the soul of Mother, wife' und children. A love that broatha peace and quietude to the soul, und calms the wearied brow- So tn all other bad habits, shun 1 thoappearai.ee of the evil, and you will be tomperate mall tbiogs. MISS NELLIE HENDERSON of MoComb Mo. died Oct. the 80th. 1904, S80 O'clock P.M. The slayer was consump fi in She was the Daught.tr of 11. L. and Belle Henderson, The sickle of death lias come again, And taken Nellie away. Sixteen she wag'ntid suffered pain, But now in heaven t" stay. SU BSCRIBE FOR THE WORLD'S CRESSET If you want to read a religious and " ''''''. . e ' '.A :: ... 1 .Ii,-... '. newsy Paper.