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The beginning of a business publication formed in early days,
which was awarded Medals and Diplomas of Honor from
two, great World's Expositions.
His arrival in Lexington, a stranger.
RELIGIOUS PART OF LIFE.
Ancestors were churchmen, some deacons, over two hundred and
fifty years ago.
Church activities: Teacher of Sunday School, Superintendent of
Sunday School, Officer in Church.
Gratitude to his Pastors and Sunday School Teachers.
Having his old home pastor elected Chaplain of the National Asso-
ciation of Mexican War Veterans.
Secretary in the evangelistic work at Lexington, Kv., of Dr. George
F. Pentecost D. D.. and Maj. Hilton.
Chairman of Reception Committee of Kentucky Synodical Cen-
tennial Anniversary of Presbyterian Church.
Promoter of Men's Church Club 'Brotherhood' of the Second Pres-
byterian Church and some of the topics discussed at its
First meeting of the Presbyterian Brotherhood in National Con-
vention at Indianapolis, Ind.
Articles signed by men of the Second Presbyterian Church for
Reminiscence of how a great Revival was conducted.
On various occasions served as Chairman of annual meetings tend
toast master at church banquets.
Presented with a seal ring by Brotherhood of Second Presbyterian
A SUCCESSFUL EDUCATOR.
General Smith's College work for thirty-five years in edvc:atintg
nearly fifteen thousand young men and women for a hiher
and more lucrative field of usefulness.
He increased the earning power (salary and income) of his
students nearly one million dollars annually.
His College visited by a member of the Australian Parliament, :nl'
other distinguished men.