Bev. J. M. Fulton of Grand Eapids, exchanged pulpits last Sunday with Rev. J. M. Gelston, and in the evening delivered an address to the Young Men's Christian Association at the Presbyterian church, also speaking in the afternoon at the Y. M. O. A. meeting. His afternoon nddress was on the subject of " Samson," a personal purity address. and is spoken of as one of very great power. 1 1 made a strong impression upon the 125 young men in the room. Kis evening discourse was a strong and attractive one, on the subject of " The Centrality of Christ." Mr. Fulton made a great impres-ion on his hearers at each of the meeting. His st-yle is very simple, but straight forward and earnest, and his word pictures wei e extremely beautif ui. The assoeiation hopes to have the privilege of hearing him again.