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                                                      BAPTIST MESSENGER
                 Pastor J. M. Dosher, Lone Wolf:
               "Just closed a revival in which -we           Church, Sept. 12th, in the most enthu-                                                                                                  B A P T IS T M E S S E N;G E R                                                     FIFTEEN
               were assisted by Evangelist Joe W.            siastic meeting we have had since the
               English and Woody W. Smith, of Tex-           organization of the union. All1 local                                                                                                           Last week we stated that Secretary
               as. English is truly a great preacher         societies reported decided gains. The                                                                                                        of Missions J. C. Stalcup'had resigned          "WONDERFUL STORIES FROM
               and a mfghty teacher of the Word, a           older unions are nearing the Standard                                                                                                        his position. It is now further an-         THE WONDERFUL BOOK/' fcy C.
                                                                                                              us for a n g w h i 'ea        been
               sound Baptist and a man of fine spirit.
               Smith is on the job as a singer, the
                                                             of Excellence, and two other unions,
                                                             Sand Springs and West Tulsa, have
                                                             been reorganized. We are making
                                                                                                         been here now six years TI,
                                                                                                                                 ' "*
                                                                                                         has grown from : a ™' ersIu church
                                                                                                                                                                                   Tfellow                nounced in the Baptist Messenger that
                                                                                                                                                                                                          Brother P. M. McConnell of Texas has
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      M. Stevens. We have Just gotten a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      large shipment of new Bible stories
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      v. hich wo can Wihish to missionaries
             -best choir trainer I ever saw. The
              junior chorus work was one special
            ' feature. His training of the young
                                                            preparations for the B. Y. P. U. Insti-
                                                            tute to be held with the First Bap-
                                                                                                        eighty-two to two huS,
                                                                                                        This is a noWe people Th
                                                                                                                                         P of
                                                                                                                                                                                   in the                 been called1 to succeed Brother Stal-
                                                                                                                                                                                                          cup. Brother McConnell has accepted         and colporter? at a special price. Tha
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      book covering the whole Bible Belts
                                                                                                        « bright. Brother G H ^°,Utlook                                                                   and takes up the work at once. We
              people in choir work was worth more
              than any twenty days music school we
                                                            tist Church, preparatory to the train-
                                                            ing school to be held in February. The      Rocky, who assisted us
                                                                                                        be with us again
                                                                                                                                             °*                                    Eye                    congratulate Oklahoma Baptists. Me*
                                                                                                                                                                                                          Connell is a strong man, and has had
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     for $1.00. The book covering the Old
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Testament sells fpr 60c, and the one
              ever saw. If you want a meeting you           Immanuei union is in the midst of a         1st. We are                                                                                     ' experience and great success in this       covering the New Testament; sells for
              can't beat these men. We had forty-           study course this week."                                                                        caused by malaria wia, disap-                 kind of work.—Word and Way.                50c also. It ought to be a popular sel-
              oneadditions, thirty-three by baptism.                                                                                                        pear if you use Oxidine. Has*                                                            ler, and quantities of them can read-
              The church was greatly revived.*'                   Why Meal Is Enjoyable.                                                                    helped thousands of cases of                                                             ily be disposed of if an effort is made.
                                                                                                                                                            chills. Will relieve you. If it                B. J. Reynolds, Checotah: The -Mc-        Send your order to us for single book,
                                                             A woman likes to dine with her hus-             When the Baby is Fretful                                                                    Intosh County Association met with          or if you sell books write for our
               J. W. Adams, Tulsa: "The City                                                                                                                won't you get your money back.               Deers Chapel Church, Sept 8-10. - This      special price.
             B. Y. P. U. met with the Second               band in a restaurant occasionally, so                                                            ItuCosranleed. 50c at all Drug Stores.       was the third session. Reports from
                                                           he can't blame her for the cooking.               Ve°X^7^-                                     THEBEHRENSDRUG.CO., .. W«c*Text»*              the churches indicate that we are get-

                                                                                                                                                                                                        ting on higher ground. The officers
                                                                                                                                                                                                        are as follows: A. Yancey, Checotah,
                                                                                                                                                                                                        moderator; Brother Win. Hopkins,                      A safe and palatable laxative
                                                                                                                                                                                                        Vivian, clerk; Brother C. J. Nunn,                            for children
                                                                                                                                                                                                        Checotah, treasurer. The association
                                                                                                                                                                                                        voted to employ a missionary and pay
                                                                                                              aid Liver
                                                                                                                                                                                                        him $1,000 salary. We are looking for
                                                                                                                                                                                                        the man."                                       Mrs. Winslow's
               BAYLOR UNIVERSITY.             at Waco, Texas.                                          take it eagerly.     Por   n
                                                                                                                                   sa e e?
                                                                                                                                                                                                           Rev. W. T. Scott, Gushing: "Mrs.
                                                                                                                                                                                                         Scott and myself have just returned
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Soothing Syrup
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           >-       • •
                                                                                                                              , Tenn.                                   TRAM
                                                                                                                                                                                                        from Chicago where I attended the
                                                                                                                                                                                                        summer term of the Chicago Univer-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Absolutely Non-narcotic
                                                                                                                                                                                                        sity and Mrs. Scott attended the Art           Does not contain opium, morphine, nor
                                                                                       i                                                                                                                Institute. I had a good time contend-                  any of their derivatives.
                   Oldest schoo'l of the first-class in the State. Not a better one. The                                                                                                                ing for the faith. We have just com-
             .spirit of search for truth pervades the halls and class-rooms. Among                                                                                                                      pleted our new $2,500 pipe organ. Will         By checking wind colic and cor-
              the students Christianity is vitalized. It offers to men and women su-                                                                                                                   'use it next Sunday. Sunday School              recting intestinal troubles common
              perior opportunities in Science, Classics, Expression, Painting, Drawing                                                                                                                  doubled and more since January 1st,            with children during the period of
                                                                                                                                                                YOUR HEART                              largest Sunday School in the city/ B.          teething, helps to produce natural
              and Music. Its literary and debating societies are not surpassed in the                                                                                                                   Y. P. U. has doubled also." Brother                     and healthy sleep.
              Southwest It offers no short cuts to knowledge. It has no bargain coun-                        §Ei£-£iLUNG                                                                                Scott incloses check for renewal.
             ter for wandering students. Open to men and women.                                                                                       is closely connected with your nerves,
                                                                                                           FOUNTAIN                                   so close'in fact that anything which                Miss Edna McCracken, Perry: "Our                Soothes the fretting baby and
                                                                                                                                          THE         effects your nerves must necessarily             work here is progressing nicely. We                   thereby gives relief to
             Catalogues, Main University.    Catlogues, Baylor College of Medicine.                                                                  effect your heart and vice versa.                 all love our pator, Brother Hurt. ,0ur                   the tired mother*      '
             S. P. BROOKS, LL. D.( President, DR. W. H. MOURSAND, Registrar*                                                           WITHTH           If you are troubled with palpitation,          juniors are anxious to renew their
\                        Waco, Texas.                    Dallas, Texas.
                                                                                                          PRICES                                     dizziness, shortnesc of breath, swell-            work after the summer vacation. Pray
                                                                                                                                     LOCK            ing of ankles, pain on either side of             for us. Our hearts are with you in
                                                                                                                                  SECTION            the chest, or weak and irregular                  your work of spreading the Baptist
                                                                                                                                                     pulse, symptoms of a nervous break-               news over the state."
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Use DICKEY'S
                                                                                                                                                     down, the best way to refedy the                                                                                  [' OLD RELIABLE HTE WATER
                                                                                                                       lE AK A B LE                  trouble is by giving your heart -and                     Entertaining the Neighbors.                                 for sore or weak eyes or
                                                                                                                                                     nerves the proper tonic. Renovine for             . "I understand that Mrs. Flubdub                                  granulated lids. Don't
                                                                                                                           WE                                                                           entertained some of her neighbors in-               w0t-~-        burn or hart when ap-
                                                                                                                   RECOMMEND                        the heart and nerves is the best tonic                                                           plied. Keels good. Relieves promptly. Get
                                                                                                                                                    for soothing and restoring a shattered              formally yesterday." "Yes, she and           genuine in RED FOLDING BOX. All stores
                                         THE FINEST BIBLE IN THE WORLD                                                       IT                                                                         her cpolc had a quirrel on the front
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     or mall 25 cts.
                                                                                                                  UN I. MS/I                        nervous system. For sale by all re-                                                              DICKEY DRUG CO.              \ Bristol. Va.
                                                                                                                                                   liable dealers, 50c and $1.00. Manu-               porch."                         \
                                                        FOR THE MONEY.                                                                              factured by The Van Vleet-Mansfleld
                                                                                                                                                    Drug Co., Memphis, Tenn.
                                                                                                                                                    __.. _^ >                                                                                     Roach
                                                                                                      We have tried most of the pens and
                                                                                                        have found the Kraker most satis-
                                                                                                                                                                                                       Good Income for Life                                          & Veaiey
                                           New self-pronouncing pictorial Bible.
                                                                                                    factory, it is the one we,use con-
                                                                                                   stantly. Let us send y(m Q^ ^
                                                                                                                                                    That's the Way.                                    Secured by giving- money to the For-
                                                                                                                                                                                                       eign Mission Board on Annuity Plan.
                                                                                                                                                                                                       Good every way.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          ;       Druggists
                                         The Bible printed on fine white paper in                                                                     When you set out to make ice
                                                                                                   M !!. b®. pleased- $2.50 without the             cream, do not try the old way, but
                                                                                                                                                                                                         GOOD SECURITY—As safe as any
                                                                                                                                                                                                       bank or trust company.                      Main and Robinson                      Okla. City
                                        clear, readable type, and containing, in addi-                      P
                                                                                                              nftattached' 25c «xtra; ?3.00,
                                        tion to the Old and New Testaments, care-
                                        fully selected aids to the study of the Bible,
                                                                                                            .00 and $5.00 and up
                                                                                                                                                                   JELL-O                                GOOD DIVIDENDS—A satisfactory
                                                                                                                                                                                                       rate of interest and no commissions
                                                                                                                                                                                                       Qr taxes.                                   AMERICAN CYCLOPEDIA OF HIS-
                                       also a. series of questions and answers.
                                       Thirty-two photo views of scenes in Bible
                                                                                                      School of Dentutzy open October 3rd."                 CREAM                                        GOOD TIMES—No idle money, no
                                                                                                                                                                                                       delay in payment of interest; no worry
                                                                                                                                                                                                      about repairs, insurance, etc.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   TORY.       ;..-••'
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    A "beautifullyAbound set-of sir vol-
                                       lands and colored mays. These illustrations                                                                     Stir the powder in a quart of                                                              umes, half morocco, sent postpaid on
                                                                                                                                                                                                         GOOD SETTLEMENT—No loss or
                                       a re. reproductions from recent photographs                                                                    .lk without adding anything else                strife In the courts over a will.           recelpt-of $8. This is a valuable and                        -iil'T-

                                                                                                                                                    a al, and then freeze it, and you                    GOOD CAUSE—The money goes final-         beautiful set.                                              1?
                                       of scenes in Bible lands. Special price only
                                       $1.50.                                                                                                      will have nearly two quarts of de-                 ly to the greatest cause in the world—
                                                                                                                                                                                                      Foreign Missions.
                                                                                                                                                   licious ice cream, at a cost of about                 GOOD PARTNER—Tou enter into a
                                                                                                                                                   nine cents a quart.                                loving partnership with Christ for the
                                         A 40c line of Bibles ranging in price
                                      from largeup.                                                                                                                                                   salvation of the world by talcing a
                                                                                                                                                   cream;'3    lhe
                                                                                                                                                                      ^        to
                                                                                                                                                                                        ^ke ice       Foreign Mission Board Annuity Bond.                                     The n*e of the IXB vutf-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            UAL COMMUM0N SERV-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            ICE li»« I n c r e a s e d th«
                                                                                                                                                                   of Jell                                For full, particulars, write                                      Attendance «t the Lord'i
                                                 BAPTIST MESENGER,
                                                                                                                 ls a cut
                                                                                                                          °* oar special                         Vaililla
                                                                                                                                                                          -° Ice
                                                                                                                                                                            Cream                            J. F. LOVE. Cor. Sec'y,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Supper In t h o u s a n d * «f
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            •httrehe*. It will do M f*ff
                                                                                                      book rack, worth 50c, but we are                                ' Strawberry,                                                                                 , jonr chorea. Send for UlB«trst«£
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      price lUt.       ,           :
                                                                                                  saving a special sale on them and will               on, Chqcolate, Unfavored.                        Foreign Mission Board, S, B, C.,                           BAPTIST MESSENGER; :
                                      125 W. Main St.                                             send one, postpaid, for 35c. They ara              iu cent                                                                                     SOS 3. B«bI*Boa StrwU         .       Oklafc*** Ot/, OkU.
                                                                  Oklahoma City, Okla.            going like hot cakes. Get yours. Ad-                       s each at any grocer's                            Richmond, Virginia,
                                                                                                  dress Baptist Messenger.
                                                                                                                                                      general store.
                                                                                                                                                   The Genescc Pure Food Co.. Le Roy. N. Y.            "Baptist Messenger Day," Oct. 8th, or       WHEN WRITING OUR ADVERTISERS
                                                                                                                                                                                                     a Sunday near that date.

                                                BAPTIST MESSENGER
              Missionary J. H. Pennock: "The Sun-
            day School rally at Hester on the 24th
            •was well attended notwithstanding the
            inclement weather. Brother J. W.
            Solomon, of Reed, was on hand and at
            his best. The good sisters of Hester
            and a few from Granite had prepared
           a most delicious repast and dinner was
           served at the church. After that -was.
           over Brther J. J. Kirk served a course
           of delicious watermelon. The offering
           for Christian Education in the after-
           noon amounted to $17. Many had left
           on account of the .weather. On account
           of the unrelenting rain and wind there
           were is services at night. This is a
                                                                                                                                                                               CKriSTfor ;.OkJSRom«!SSd
          fine church. They have recently pur-
          chased *Nfi€w piano and have organ-
          ized a church orchestra."                                                                                                                  VOLV.                                 OKLAHOMA CITY. OKLAHOMA, OCTOBER 4,1916                                                    N0.15
             Pastor Sebe H. Maples, Tipton, Ok-
          lahoma: "Yesterday was a great day.
          We set our aim for 200 in Sunday
          School. Had 203 present. The class
          offerings amounted to $27.50, which
         will go on our State Mission offering.
         After the regular church service we
                                                          OKLAHOMA STATE BAPTIST
                                                                HOSPITAL.                           be under Baptist supervision but like
                                                                                                   all other institutions of like charac-
                                                                                                                                                                                        NEVER AGAIN
         made our offering to Christian Educa-
         tion and went two or three dollars
         above our apportionment which was
                                                           This beautiful modern fireproof
                                                       structure is rapidly progressing and is
                                                       located on the corner of Walker and
                                                                                                   ter, it will be open to. the public for
                                                                                                   service regardless of denominational
                                                                                                   lines.                                                                      1
                                                                                                                                                                                           WHAT DO YOU MEAN?        '

        50. God is blessing us in a gracious           12th Sts., Oklahoma City. It will be            Never has there been so jnuch pub-
        way. Things look fine for a great              ready for .occupancy December 1st,           licity given to the -prevention of dis-                             We mean that the Baptist Messenger will never again, under any circum-
        year's work. Blessings on our Messen-          with a capacity of twenty beds and a         ease and to the necessity- for places                           stances, be offered to new subscribers at $1.00 a year.
        ger, which is one of the greatest de-          medical staff composed of physicians         for the proper treatment of all kinds                                We have struggled against tremendous odds for nearly five years to serve
        nominational enterprises."                     of established reputation; a nurse's         of diseases. This demand makes it
                                                      training department will be in charge                                                                         God through the denomination and gain the confidence of the brotherhood in
                                                                                                    eminently fitting that Oklahoma City,                          the paper proposition. We thank God for the marvelous success attained so
              Pastor Geo. E. Alexander, Second        of an experienced and capable super-          situated as it is in the center of our
          .Baptist Church, Ada.: "Just closed the     intendent.                                   great state, should be prepared to                              far.  It has been a joy to work not less than sixteen hours a day for seven
            greatest meeting the town has ever           The founders and stockholders of          serve humanity and go forward in:                               days in the week every day in the year and use up the reserve capital we had.
            had. The writer thinks it a more sub-     this hospital are Baptists will       this much needed sphere and that Bap-
           stantial meeting than the big union                                                                                                                     We have reached the place of security in the confidence of the people, but the
            meeting held by Locket-Adair. There                                                    tists should be found doing their part.                         price of production has gone up. It will be impossible to fuilnish the
           were more than sixty conversions and                  There by Right
           reclamations, no children under eleven.                                                           Suspended Sentence.                                   paper under any circumstances for less than $2; that is on a sane business
                                                        Mary was watching her mother                                                                               business, and no lover of the cause would have it on any other for it would be
           There will be fifty or more additions      wash. When her mother came to her               Three-year-old Keith had told bis                            foredoomed to failure.
    * to the church, forty by baptism. Broth-         dress the was a defect in the ma-            mother a deliberate lie and she bad
          er R. L. Bailey, of O. B. U.,.did the      terial which made it look like a spot         put him to ber as a punishment. Sit-                                 We have decided to give pastors, workers and Baptists generally
    > preaching. He is one of our coming             of dirt. Her mother asked: "Hiw did           ting by the bedside, she asked fiim
          evangelists. Our church has cared for                                                                                                                                            ONE MORE OPPORTUNITY :
          the results of this great meeting in a     this get on your dress?" Mary earnest-       what he would do if he had a little
         beautiful way. Within three years           ly replied: "Why, mother, that was           boy who did scch a thing. After a                                to make an appeal that should add at least one thousand subscriber^' to out:
    • the church has grown from sixty to             born there."                                 moment's thooghtful silence the child                            list in one day, and that day is
         one hundred fifty members. It has be-                                                    replied, "I fink I'd give him anover
       * come self-supporting, moved to full               Nature Seen In Pictures*               chance."—Christian Herald.                                                                SUNDAY, OCTOBER 8TH
         time, and willing to use one of the O,        All really great pictures exhibit the                                                                            We urge you to overcome every obstacle and make one tremendous,
         B. U. boys. The Lord is great. Rus-         general habits of nature, manifested                 Appalling Ignorance.                                     definite appeal to your people in behalf of the Messenger. Place it in every
         sellites, atheists, and hard hearted sin-                                                                                                                 home at the spcial price for that day of $1.00
         ners have been saved."                      in some peculiar, rare and beautiful           "I dunno how that boy tof mine got
                                                     •way—Ruskin. ;                              through college.'' "Didn't he learn
            City Shy on Fresh Water.                                                             anything?" "Why, be can't even read                                                I    TO NEW SUBSCRIBERS ONLY
        Antofagosta, a great shipper ' of                     Point of Similarity.               the Latin on his diploma."—Louisville                                  Some friends have come in and wanted to renew on the basis of $1.00. We
     metal ores, borax, and nitrate, is                                                          Courier-Journal.                                                  have tried to reason with them that our $1.00 offer was for two objects—1st:
     obliged to pipe its drinking water sev-                                                                                                                       to enlist those who were not acquainted with the paper; 2nd: to extend the
     eral hundred miles from the Andes.                                                           "That man is great who rises to the                              usefulness of the paper. It costs more than $1.00 for the mechanical produc-
     The city is one of the dryest spots in                                                     emergencies of the occasion, and be-                               tion of the paper, and we must depend upon those who are acquainted with it
     the world, although a deep-water port.                                                     comes master of the situation/'—Se-                               being loyal enough to pay a reasonable and fair price.                    -
     Beyond it lies the great Ataoamo des-                                                      lected.
     ert.                                                                                                                                                              Some argue that it is not worth $2. With such we have no further words.
                                                                                                                                                                  We presume it is not worth anything to them, and on the other hand we
               Wholesale Slaughter.                                                                                                                               juudge they do not wish us to make a contribution to them. Therefore, we will
        Hudson—"But look here, old man.                                                                                                                           have to reluctantly part company.
     As far as I can make out you're en-                                             " W AR IN THE LIGHT OF PROPHECY"                                                  NOTE THIS SPECIALLY.—No representative of the paper from October 9th has
     gaged to four girls at once. The little                                                                                                                     any authority to take a subscription or renewal at less than $2 per year, nor will they
     god with the arrows has been pretty                                                                     has given wuie aaua-                                be permitted to remit part of their commission.. The price must be maintained. Nor will
     busy with you." Judson—"Arrows?                                                                     611 0118
                                                                              fceard it" A^Un^imn^lifadv Ce of°Pini°ns am a have
                                                                                                            ^              who                                   subscribers be taken on credit unless the subscriber himself asks for it and promises to                                                    . -fet
     The little beast has been using a ma-                                                             e          others l                                       pay at a definite time. No special offers will be made that are not direct from the editor,
                                                                                                    discuss |
                                                                              vertising it for InSi ¥,                        *                                  or announcement of which appears in the Messenger. . .
     chine gun on me."                                                       a masterpiece nf £ J          *°n. One says, "It is
                                                                             oratory/'^^                             ^ripture and                                                                 A FOUNTAIN PEN FREE,
                                                                             a complex subject tha i I      ^^  tesi
                                                                                                                      discussion of                                   Let us appeal to you friends to make the most of October 8th In behalf of the Meo
        Only Interest Worth Anxiety.                                                                     Ve heard and ou ht to be                                senger. Every'person sending as many as ten new subscribers will be entitled to a $1.00
      Education is the only interest                                         delivered in ev£v t«£n    ^                 &                                       self-filling.fountain pen, upon request, and the person sending the largest number of sub-
                                                                                          r dL
                                                                             Write me for datesT J 5 ??2 community in the state."
    .worthy the deep controlling anxiety                                                °      - Satisfaction guaranteed.                                        scribers above ten will be entitled to a $2.50 fountain pen. All subscriptions must be in
    of the thoughtful man.                                                                                                                                       before Wednesday the 11th, and taken by the 9th.                                            ^
                                                                                     P C SCHILl
                                                                                      ' '         -ING f Philosopher Preacher,                                        LET US ONE AND ALL STRIKE ONE GOOD BLOW FOR THE MESSENGER
      "Baptist Messenger Day," Oct. 8th, or                                                       Wynnewood, Okla.                                               NEXT SUNDAY.
    a Sunday near that date.
 TWO                                    BAPTIST                     MESSENGER
                                                                                                                                                                                    BAPTIST MESSENGER                                                                   THREE
     MORE CR LESS PERSONAL.                      "Baptist Messenger Day," Oct 8th, or              Rev. P. L. Hall: "We are now in
                                                a Sunday near that date.                        what promises to be a gracious zneet,                THE PRAYER AT THE FUNERAL OF THE                                BAPTIST MISSIONARY VOLUNTEER BAND OF
   Rev. Edwin L. Bristol, well known                                                            ing a tCarmen with Pastor Raskins                           PRESIDENT'S SJSTER.                                                         OKLHOMA.                   -
 In Oklahoma but who has been work-               S. W. Brumfield, Ponca City: "Our             The pastor and people with the heb
 ing in Texas for the last year or two,         workw here continues on the upgrade.            of Brother Dudley, a soul-winaer irom                 Rev. Dr. Thornton Whaling, president of Columbia                 Some few weeks ago 150 letters were sent out to that
 is now in the seminary at Fort "Worth.         Had 150 in Sunuday School last Sun-             Tennessee, have been in the meeting             Seminary, offered the prayer which was a portion of the          many Baptist Student Volunteers in Oklahoma, requesting
                                                day. Rev. Sam Eaton of Missouri will            two weeks. We came last Sunday                  funeral service yesterday of Mrs. Annie Howe. The prayer         that enclosed blanks be filled out with complete informa-
   Rev -J. L Cossey has resigned as             heip us in revival meetings begin-              The outlook is fine. We are in the              so touched Mrs. Howe's brother, President Wilson, that he        tion relative to fitness and readiness of volunteers to
 missionary of Frisco Association to            ning October 14."                               field for evangelism until God calls            expressed a wish that it might be made of record. Dr.            answer the summons to service when it came. Ten of
 accept the pastoral care of the                                                                us to some other work." Brother                 Whaling and Dr. Wilson were fellow students at Davidson          these letters were returned unclaimed, 125 have not been
 churches at Bos well and Bismark. He                                                          .Hall's address is Hobart, Okla.                 College. Dr. Whaling succeeded Dr. Wilson's father in a          heard from, 15 were answered, 8 with J contributions to help
                                                  Rev. M. G. Barlow, who has been                                                               professorship at Southwestern University, Clarkesville,
 will live at Boswell.                          pastor at El Reno for the past two                                                                                                                               further the movement,
                                                                                                                                                Tenn., and he knew well there the elder Wilson and his            - Will not each of the 125 unheard from volunteers send
                                                years, offered his resignation last               Brother G. H, Sttgler reports a good          son, John A. Wilson, then a resident of Clarkesville.
   Rev. Charles IL Bell, Holdenville: "I        week, to take effect the first of No-          meeting at Rocky, in which he was                                                                                 in properly filled out blanks at once ,and make a contri-
 began a class Friday night in 'Win-                                                                                                                  Dr. Whaling's prayer, transcribed on request of the        bution to the movement as suggested in the letter for the
                                                vember. Brother Barlow has done a              aided by Rev. t,. D. Summers of Bly-             president, was as follows:
 ning to Christ' Have had ninety ad-            good work at El Reno and is an earn-           theville, Ark. There were a number                                                                                purpose therein set forth? This information goes to our
 ditions in the last year and raised                                                                                                                  Most holy ;and most gracious God, our heavenly             Home and Foreign Bbards ,to our Schools and Colleges, and
                                                est, faithful preacher . He would like         of conversions, twelve additions. Sut-           Father:
 ?lf!00 debt. Peace and prosperity              to stay in Oklahoma,                           ler is showing signs that indicate tiat                                                                           will be of valuable help to you in the future. Such in-
 prevails."                                                                                    he thinks he has joined the order of                  'We bless thee that thou art secure; beyond the reach       formation as I have has already gone forward and two of
                                                   In a personal letter from Rev, R. D         select preachers. He now rides a                 of change or decay; that disease and death cannot invade         last summer's volunteers are in school now, partly as a
   We earnestly request the Woman's              Licklider, who recently went from             modern Ford, the gift of his people,             the realm of thine immutable^ perfections, or dim thy            result of our plans. Don't delay a moment. Help the
 ^Missionary Societies and B. Y. P. U.s         Olivet Church, Oklahoma City, to the           We wish that more of our preachers               glory or prevent thy purpose of grace. Amidst the turmoil        movement nqw. Address communications as follows:
 to press The Messenger claims next             East Lincoln Baptist Church of Lin-            might join the select number , and               and'distress that vex these earthly lives we lift out thought          Hale V. Davis, President, Care O. B. 0., Shawnee.
                                                                                                                                                to thee, and are refreshed and heartened by the contempla-           1
 Sunday. Take up the matter in                  coln, Neb., he says: "We are all quite         when all the preachers have a Ford                                                                                      Following amounts have been received to date as
 earnest .and send us a nice list on            well and are making some progress. I           maybe the editor can a-ford one.                 tion of thine infinite righteousness and justice and truth       contributions for furthering of the Baptist Student Volun-
 this special-"bargain day."                    am confident that under God greater                                                             and love. O God, thou and thou alone art great; thy              teer Movement in Oklahoma:
                                                results will be seen later. I enjoy                                                             being, thy character, thy purposes are the only founda-              Orva Hendrixr $1.00; Mary T. Hayworth, $1.00; Frances
                                                                                                  Bless the dear little ones for their          tions on which men can safely build. Even when we walk
   Pastor R. W.. Lackey, Drumright:             the weekly visits of The Baptist Mes-          truthfulness and sincerity.                                                                                       King, 50s; Mina Jackson ,oOc; Josephine Miller, 50c; Nellie
                                                senger."                                                                                        through the valley of the shadow of death we rejoico to ,         Clampitt, 50c; Elizabeth Naylor, 50c; D. L. Tibbits, 50c;
 "Dr. F. M. Masters was with us last                                                              Helen was attending her first party,          know that thy plans are accomplished by the darkness as
 Sunday and presented the claims of                                                            When refreshments were served she                                                                                  Total, $5.00 ,             %                     .
                                                                                                                                                well as by the light, and that in thy gracious purpose the
 the school and our church went be-               Evangelist Forrest Maddox of Elk             refused her second helping to ice                cross is the urophecy of the crown.                                              Sydnor L. Stealey, Treasurer, O. 'B. U.
 yond the apportionment Things are              City began a revival campaign with             cream with a polite "No, thank you,"
 moving along nicely."                          Pastor Hawkins at Trinity Church,              although her look was wistful.                         We bless thee that thou (dost admit into fellowship              The following appeared in a Pittsfleld church calendar
                                                Oklahoma City, last Sunday. The                   "Oh, do have some more ice cream,              with thee in all thy wide and gracious work men who have        recently: "The church is not a refrigerator for preserv-
                                                church has erected a tabernacle ac-            dear," her hostess urged.                        been fashioned after thine image, and stamped with the           ing perishable piety. It is a dynamo for charging human
   Brotner Jesse York, of Marlow,                                                                                                               likeness of thy divine Son; and we thank thee for the
 writes; "I am a new subscriber to              commodating about fifteen hundred                 "Mother told me 1 must say 'No,                                                                                wills. The object of the church is not to tell how to dodge
                                                people. They bought two hundred Im-            thank you/ * explained the little girl,          heritage of splendid service in many different fields ren-       difficulties, but to furnish strength and courage to meet
 The Messenger and have just read                                                                                                               dered for generations by the fathers and mothers who have
 three numbers and find it a true de-           Immanuel's Praise Song books some              "but I don't believe she knew the                                                                                 and master them." The business of the church is not to
                                                time ago and have purchased three              dishes were going to be so small."               gone before, and which descended as a priceless possession       furnish hammocks for the lazy. It is rather to offer well-
 nominational paper. It is a messen-                                                                                                             to thy servant, whose ashes we commit today to the e?.rth
 ger to the Missionary Baptist home."           hundred additional books for this                                                                                                                                fitting yokes for drawing life's loads. The man who does
                                                meeting.                                          Rev. Andrew Potter, "Waurika,                 and to thy watchful care. Our gracious Father, our faith         not attend any church virtually votes to do away with all
                                                                                                                                                in thy faithfulness is strengthened when we remember             churches."                  \
   We note that the Southwestern Sem-                                                          writes that they are planning for a               how there has come down from father to son and from
 inary at Fort Worth opened with great           Rev. R. Peterson, Collinsville:               big Workers' Conference for Jeffer-               mother to daughter through all the years the spiritual
 enthusiasm and a fifty .per cent in-          "Great day hi our Sunday School the             son county and surrounding churches               graces which blossomed with so rare a beauty in the life              SECRETARY McCONNELL OF OKLAHOMA.
 crease over that of last year. Stu-           24th; 160 present; offering $10.63. (It         to meet at Waurika, Friday night*                 and character whose fragrance is filling !all our hearts at          One can hardly believe his eyes when he sees the
 dents from everywhere and prospects           may have been $110.63. We could not             October 27th, lasting over Sunday,                this hour.                                                      statement that F. M. McConnell has left Texas ,that he Is
 bright                                        quite make it out.—Ed.) Superintend-            and he is kind enough to say that                                                                                 now secretary of missions in Oklahoma. It has been evi-
                                               ent A* J .Hagan had the program in              many of the brethren want the editor                    We celebrate ana magnify in this solemn service the
                                                                                                                                                 exhaustless and resistless grace which has crowned this         dent for a long time that he was imminently fitted for such
  "Scottie" has accepted the work as           charge and it was missionary. Every-            to be present and speak at a good                                                                                 a task and the hope has t\een entertained that he would
missionary of the Pawnee Association,          one who had a part on committee or              hour. We appreciate this cordial in-              line and lineage with valiant defenders of the faith, with
                                                                                                                                                 wise and effective men of God, with earnest and humble          so be used one day in our own state, hence it is a disap-
one of the greatest fields in the state,       program did well that part. It was              vitation and hope we can arrange to                                                                               pointment that he is removed from us to our sister state*
the association where the oil flows. He        a great day and will mean, much for             go. They are planning to make it a                saints, with godly men and women, who have adorned the
                                                                                                                                                 doctrine of God their Saviour, and whose records are sealed     But Oklahomans are congratulated in their good fortunue.
is now on the field in a meeting at            our church and Sunday School."                  great occasion,    Drs. McConnell,                                                                                If they shall live up to the leadership of Brother McCon-
Glencoe.                                                                                      (Masters and others are expected.
                                                                                                                                                 with thy divine approval.          3      !
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 nell their future shall bje an expanding continuation of their
                                                  Rev. W. Bion Adkins, Anadarko:

                                                                                                                                                       0 Lord our God continue, ve beseech thee, this .heri-     former progress under Secretary Stalcup.—Western Evan-
  Bro. T. A. Butler, of Shattuck,              "Sunday was red letter day; 135 in                Pastor J. A. Ogle: "Three good                  tage of grace and favor to the children and the children's      gel.
starts the ball to rolling by sending          Sunday School; offering $25, Such a            services with the Canadian church.                 children for thousands of generations according to their
in a nice list of subscribers with cash.       thing never happened before in the             Ordained two brethren to the office                gracious assurance and promise. In all the future may
                                                                                                                                                 there never be lacking those of this blood who shall wear                           CLEAN UP SALE.
We are expecting next Sunday to be             history of the church; 53 present in           of deacon Saturday night. Brother
tho greatest day in the history of The         the beginners' and primary depart-             Holcomb, of Purcell, preached the                  thy favor, do thy work, manifest thy grace, help thee to             The following books are new, perfect condition, .and
Messenger. Brethren, do not disap-             ment Will build another room right             sermon. Brethren Holcomb, W. A.                    lift the world into the light and tie it fast by golden cords   theonly reason we are offering the special price is that
point us. .                                    away to accommodate this part of the           Wilcoxson, Grandpa Thompson and                    to the throne of God- Our Father, the God and Father of         we overbought and want to clean up and get the cash.
                                               school. Grade our school next quar-            myself composed the presbytery. 1 re-              our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, we pray thee to com-              "Breakers, Methodism Adrift," by that great defender
                                               ter. Will organize strong class in             ceived a unanimous call for the                    fort these stricken and sorely smitten hearts, which "long      of the truth, L, W. Munhall. This is a great book and well
   Missionary J. H. Pennock, of Greer                                                                                                             for the touch of a vanished -hand and for the sound of a,      worth the price, $1.00. Sent postpaid as long as they
 county, writes that the meeting at            Teachers1 Training, October 1." This           fourth year. Met our apportionment
                                               is good news from Anadarko.                                                                       voice that is still" Give singular and special grace to the     last for                                         .1.....$0,56
 Granite resulted in twelve additions,                                                        for Christian Education. Voted not to                                                                                   "Travels of Father and Son," by Dr. Hamlet/a great
                                                                                              ask the board for any help this year,              brothers whose lives are impoverished by the loss of this
 four by baptism and eight by letter,                                                                                                            sister associated with all the memories of youth and home;      book, giving a splendid account of the Holy Land and
 $57 contributed for Associattonal                Charley Curb has resigned at Capi-          The Byars church met their appor-                                                                                  travels in the old world, interesting, instructive and valu-
                                               tol Hill, Oklahoma City, to accept the         tionment for Christian Education                    especially upon him already burdened with heavy official
 Missions ,and Brother W. H, Sumrall,                                                                                                             responsibilities and cares, effecting the destiny of mil-      able, published at $1,50 and well worth the money. Sent
 who led the singing, was rewarded in           call extended him sometime ago to             also."                                              lions of his fellow men may there descend in ever increas-     postpaid for .                 ;                 .V,,.. .$0.66
 a substantial way. Brother Pennock            become missionary of the Central Dis-                                                              ing degree the "spirit of wisdom and power and of a                 "Evangelistic Sermons," by B. H. Carroll, no comment
 commends Brother Sumrall as one of            trict Association. He is now working              "Life" gives this story which has its            sound mind"—the spirit of God himself, inspiring,              necessary, rwell worth the price ?LOO, but sent postpaid
the best gospel singers in the south-          in the meeting at'Trinity Church, and          value:                                              strengthening, comforting as only the "God of all comfort"     for -... v            ,...,„.........,......;....... .$0.60
west. The missionary spent Sunday,             requests the prayers of Christian peo-            My small niece, aged four, ?ame                  can. For the sons and the daughters we pray thee consola-           "Baptist Doctrines," by Carroll, published at ?1.00,
Ocober 1, at Hester, with three splen-         ple that he may be used in winning at          running into the room where her motfc-              tions which only the divine physician and healer can give.     se'nt postpaid              .            ......        ...$0.60
did services and many requests for             least one soul a day. Charley began            er and I were sitting.                              O gracious Lord and Saviour, manifest thy power and grace
prayer. Brother X W. Solomon, of               his pastorate at Capitol Hill three and                                                                                                                                "Gospel for the Eye," by Love and Gambrell, cloth, pub-
                                                                                                 "My dolly's sick/' she said, "and I              in filling all the hearts with thine own presence, with thy-   lished at 50c, sent postpaid for 20c; paper, published at
Reed, has made it possible for us to           one-half years ago by baptizing, and           don't know -what's the matter. I gave               self, so that they shall find in thee a compensation for all
visit the remote parts of the associa-         closed last Sunday by baptizing, and           her water and she can't swallow that;                                                                              25c, sent post paid for                           ..*,....17c
                                               three conversions. During his pastor-                                                              earth's losses and pains. And now, O Lord of life and
tion by furnishing us with "Charley,"                                                         the doctor gave her a pill and sbe                  conqueror of death, we rejoice and exalt thee, who givest
bis favorite horse, and buggy free,of          ate there have been over three hun-            can't swallow that."                   .                                                                                If each of us does not conscientiously fulfill his.own
charge.                                        dred additions, one hundred thirty-two                                                             us the victory over death by dying in our stead to rob death    true life's purupose, all of us are hindered and weakened,
                                                                                                "Then," said J, 'I don't see but that             of its sting, and we united with the innumerable throng
                                               the past year, eighty-one of them by           you had better try Christian Science                which surround thy throne in the sevenfold accomplish-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  —Speer.                           .
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   ___ _'      . -. -• . • - ,: ' , , / • -
  "Baptist Messenger Day," Oct 8th, or         baptism. He is a worthy successor of           for her."                         „                 ments. "Worthy is the lamb that was slain to receive
a Sunday near that date.                       "Scottie/ and we predict the work will           "We have tried it," she said,                     power and riches and wisdom and strength and honor and              "Baptist Messenger Day," Oct. 8th, or a Sunday near
                                               go on with increased prosperity.               she can't swallow that"                             glory and blessing." Amen.—The State.                           that date.                                        '

   FOUR                                   BAPTIST                    MESSENGER
                                                                                                                                                                                          BAPTIST MESSENGER
                                                                                                           F. M. McCONNELL                           the birthday offering is made, might inspire many to do this      TIME AND PLACE OF ASSOCIATIONAL MEETINGS.
                                                                                                                   Cor. Secretary                    worthy act of gracious charity:                                                          September
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Beaver             ;...«.....     .Balko, Thursday, 6th,
    ABLE MEN FOR ASSOCIATIONAL MISSIONARIES.                                                                                                                 I thank the Lord for every year                          Perry                             Okeene, Wednesday, llth.
                                                                            that they should necessarily be educated men.' I mean           n                He gives with love and hope and cheer.                   Woodward              .../..... Fairvie-w, Thursday, 12th.
          The Central District Associational Board did a wise                able men, not ineffective in their labors                                       And, since a new birthday has come,                                          (7 mi. N. of Fargo.)
  thing when it selected the associational missionary. 7. A broad denominational vision should be RI                                     ,».                   I'll help the orphans in the Home;
  Brother L. L. Scott decided to go into independent evan-                  people. No Christian should have a program                                          By sending them to dry their tears,
                                                                            than the whole gospel for the whole fork i                                                                                                             NEW MISSION STUDY BOOKS.
  gelistic work. The board then selected Pastor C. M. Curb.                                                                                                  As many cents as I have years.
  He is one of the strongest young preachers in the state.                  be the program of the little country -church
  The time was when the position of associational mission-                  as the large city church. It is the £y of                                                                                                     The new study books for this year have teen received.
                                                                                                                                                                   WHO IS A TRUE BAPTIST?                             "WORLD MISSIONS AND WORLD PEACE," a study ot
  ary was shamefully underrated. It was thought that most                   sionary to promote this vision everywhere. It
  anybody could fill that place. The associational missionary               the duty of a missionary to build up actual                                   In answer to this question, Rev. W. D. Powell, D. D.,       Christ's conquest, by Caroline Atwater Mason, is the new
  should be an able man for many reasons. I will give seven                 churches and call them Missionary Baptist                                of Kentucky, gives this answer In his Mission Monthly:           book for foreign nllssions, published by the Central Com-
  and trust the reader to think of at least forty more.                     He shouJd see all the Institutions 5             S'S                          "He believes in the Deity of Jesus Christ—the Virgin        mittee on the United Study of Foreign Missions, price 35o
                                                                            colleges orphans home and hospitals and plead                            birth of Christ; the inspiration of the Bible as the revealed    paper, 55c cloth.
  7. He lays foundations. We need our wisest men as foun-                   them all. He should present the whole, great                             "Will of God; regeneration; salvation by grace, the im-              The book for the study of Home Missions is ."Old
          dation layers. In fact no other kind can do this work.            gram in such an able manner that he would win                            mersion of the believer on the authority of a duly con-          Spain in New America," price of the paper 35c; doth 55e.
         A new church ought to be started off right. If a mis-                                                                                       stituted church and by a proper administrator; the aton-         Whether or not this book Is adopted by our Oklahoma
          sionary is unwise in oragizing a church; or fails to give         people to his views and fill them with his purpose
                                                                                                                                                     ing blood of Christ as the only remedy for sin; the bodily       Woman's societies, many will want to use them, and we
         a new church right and wholesome teaching he does th J.I d°men ^S* work U it should be among the
                                                                       that the          undertaking
                                                                                                         follows as
                                                                                                                       Bight follows dav             resurrection of Christ and the believers; the personality        should be glad to receive your orders at once.
           harm. It takes tact and ability to deal with these best and strongest men obtainable                                                      of the devil and the endless punishment of the wicked;
         problems and solve them so as to really advance the                                                                                         the second coming of Christ; baptism a prerequisite to
         cause of Christ                                                                                                                                                                                                        PRINCE OF THE HOUSE OF DAVID.
                                                                                                               . -i
                                                                           The secuular papers recently had the account of a                         communion just as naturalization papers are a pre-                   This is a book that should be In every home, and
  2. Public sentiment needs to be molded properly in many                                                                                            requisite to a foreigner becoming a voter; and the world-        there is no excuse for not having it, as we will send the
         communities by the missionary. Every community is family that had wandered irom place to place for nineteen                                 wide evangelization in obedience to the explicit commands        book postpaid to any address for 40c. Take advantage of
         led by a few men. They are men of ability and will years. Sixteen children had been born to the father and                                  of Christ our King and Law-giver.                                this special offer.
         not listen long to a preacher who cannot tell them mother. Fifteen of them had died. One shudders when                                           "Beware of imitations!"
        what will interest them. IJe may not be educated but the unbidden question comes, "How many of those children
        he must be a man of strength. This should be con- did that father kill through criminal negligence?"                                          .. As a partial answer to the question as to what Billy
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Don't forget that The Baptist Messenger is
        sidered when boards elect missionaries.                                                                                                                                                                       undertaking to raise $100 toward the dormitory
 3. The churches in an association are to be enlisted                      It is hoped that the greatest good that will come out of                  Sunday does with all the money that is given him, the
                                                                      the government's prosecution of the "blaqkmailers" who                         following instances are given: In Pittsburgh, in behalf          building of our Baptist University at Shawnee. A
        in the work if the missionary is supported. To get have been mulching immoral rich people out of large sums                                  of one who had been a faithful assistant during the meet-        great many friends have expressed their purpose to
        the pastors and churches enlisted in a man's work of money, by setting traps for them, is that other people                                  ings, he secretly paid off a mortgage of §4,000 on the
        they must believe that he can do the work. When a .with money may get afraid to live immoral lives.                                          home. In Scranton among the converts was a defaulting
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      give $1.00 toward this sum. Several have sent the
        missionary finds that the churches are hard to interest                                                                                      bookkeeper. After inculcating a- lesson of repentance and        money. Let us have your dollar by return mail.
        in his work, let him just conclude that he is not doing           Our friend, W. W. Horner, of Louisville; Ky., and until                    forgiveness, he gave his check to make good a $700 de-           The money is greatly needed to advance the build-
        the kind and amount of work that would interest recently pastor of the 22nd and Walnut St. Churcb, re-                                       falcation. Some one protesting that a check of $50,              ing of the dormitory. No receipts will be given, but
        them. Let him do the work and report it to the pastors signed, it appears, to organize a new denomination. He an-                            received from an Ohio woman, was too much for her to
        and churches and he need have no fears about enlist- nounced that he would preach October 1st on "Does the                                                                                                    the name of each donor will be published in. the list
                                                                                                                                                     give, after leaving the town, Mr, Sunday sent a check            which will appear from time to time. Send your
        ing their interest. A weak, inefficient missionary is                                                                                        to the woman for $850, which cancelled a mortgage on
                                                                              Need a New Church?" Our firm belief
        always* hard to pay. It is easy to pay one who "de- World does not need a new church. In fact is that the
                                                                      world                                                     the world            her home. Another typical instance is that of a woman            dollar today for this worthy object.
     * livers the goods."
                                                                      could get along very well without many "churches" it has.                      in Camden unable to attend the meetings. Quietly slipping
        The lost are to be won to Christ in large numbers. If It is impossible to improve on the church described in the                             away, he visited the woman in her home, where he read                                 DOROTHY PAGE.
       an associational missionary is not successful as an New Testament,                                                                            the Bible and prayed with her. That same night, begging               "Dorothy Page."—The demand {or this Baptist story la
       evangelist he ought to 'give place to some one elce.                                                                                          her daughter to read the same chapter, when the book             remarkable, and yet when we realize that it is one of the
       The position calls for soul winning ability of high                    ?« su.rprlsinS that anybody should belittle asking                     was opened there lay between the leaves a check for              best books with which to interest and instruct inquirers
       order. I knew a Y. M. C. A. Secretary once who re-                                        f r the a                                           $100.—Baptist Reflector.                                         after the truth, we can readily understand the large sale.
       ported one convert in a year. Of course, he ought to                                       °          ^ancement of Christ!
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Have you secured your copy It not send 60c to the Bap1-
       have resigned and gone into something else. I' have                                                                                                          UNITY AND COMPROMISE.                             tist Messenger and you will not regret it. -
       known several missionaries whose journeys were
       everywhere dotted with revivals and they constantly                                                                                                            (George D£na Boardman.)
       left new converts rejoicing in Christ and churches                                                                                                Unity cannot be secured by compromise. This is the               "Baptist Messenger Day," Oct. 8th, or .a Sunday near
       greatly revived and strengthened. All over the South,                                               that after th
                                                                                                                         * d*ath of his              mistake of those unfortunates who are afflicted with             that date.
                                                                                                        t0 thQ                                       cardiac hypertrophy or diseased enlargement of the heart.
      associational boards ought to carefully consider their           '      Lop                     -         B****** Book Concern
      duty to get men who can preach the soul saving gospel remarks^ Th«                            ^.decision Jn this matter, two                   Compromise is often right in matters of policy or method.
       in a soul winning way.                                                                         he a
                                                                                                           W>re<>iated the great serv-               Compromise is always wrong in matters of principle or                    BOOKS NEEDED IN EVERY BAPTIST HOME.
                                                                     Ice the Roll?
5. Baptist doctrine is to be presented In such a way ag to civil tafum                            * ******** *<* Christianity and                    duty. Truth abhors compromise as light abhors dark-
                                                                                                  ls that
      win and not repel the people. There are plenty of men shott wJ                                        ?s his name was Render-
                                                                                                 esson about doiD
                                                                                                                                                     ness. Truth advances her kingdom by affirmation, not by               Below we give a list of books that.should be in;every
      who can preach doctrinal sermons but there are com- amon* on new friends across the Atlantic.                      ^ligious work               evasion; by victory, not by surrender. The man who is            Baptist home. It may be you have some of them, but
                                                                    among our                                                                        willing to surrender his own convictions for the sake of         pick out a few ,and order today:
      paratively few who can preach them In an attractive                                                                                            "unity" is a man whose convictions for the sake of unity
      way. Some appear to think it Is their duty to preach                                                                                                                                                            Smith-Peloubet Bible Dictionary                      51.50
      Baptist dectrone in an almost insulting way. It re-                       iff*?1* £COtt 'm?det^t(>r of the Pawnee Associa-                     or anything else, are to be distrusted. For he who begins        Cruden's Concordance               ..'........'........' 1.00
      quires a wise, prudent, brave, considerate man to                                                        V tbe time Some eaker
                                                                                                                    was elected s
                                                                                                                                 *> ob               by being false to himself will end with being false to every-    Gray's Commentary on the Bible                         , 2.00
      preach Baptist doctrine, in the places where a mis-           jected                                   a11
                                                                                                                           *           '             body elese. Moreover, the unity which is brought about           Travels of Father and Son, descriptive Juorneys of
    , sionary preaches, in such a great, powerful, convincing                                             Speaker of the house aad U                 by compromise is not unity at all; it is only a weak, senti-          Dr, Hamlet and son, giving a picture of the Hply
      way as to win the people to the truth as we hold it. A                                      Waking.-'' 'Some moderators of                     mental, flabby uniformity,—From Life and Light.                       land and other interesting countries .......... 1.00
                                                                                                  Sunday schoo!
      missionary must do doctrinal preaching or he will not a as though they were elected "speaker superintendents
                                                                         « ort                                                                                                                                        Little Baptist l .U           ?........                    .50
      do half his duty.                                             act                                                 of the house"                       JAMES J, HILL NOT A BAPTIST, BUT—                         Grace Truman                                                 60
                                                                                                                                                           Shortly before his death Mr. James J. Hill, the "Em-       Theodosia Earnest, Vol 1.                                   .50
      Heresies of every sort must be met by the missionary.                 a if t * religious to plan wisely for a good                              pire Builder" of the Northwest, made a subscription of          Theodosia Earnest, Vol 2                                    .50
      Every kind of a religious vagary is sown over the                     s u is to plan wisely a meeting house?                                    ?50,000 to McMinnville College, our Baptist college in          Dorothy Page                                                .60
      country broadcast He must acquaint himself with                                                                                                 Oregon. In this connection Mr. Hill is quoted as saying:        Mabel Clements                                              .75
      all of them and meet them in wisdom, patience and                      pastor wishes he had more money so he could                                   "There is something about a denominational college         Carroll's Baptist and Their Doctrines ,                     .65
     love of the truth. It is a sin to practice the "let them                      «^ Lord>B cause» and sits down nursing                             that always appeals to me. It is a character-builder. I         Carroll's Evangelistic Sermons                              .65
     alone" policy. No man who loves the truth can let              w              °"rt'ind him are men and women who                                 believe in keeping the boy in the religious paths of his        The Signs of the Times                                      .75
      error alone to "die out of itself." It will not die out                            bey ought to give. If he will urge                           ancestors. Too many young people are sent to the non-           Hurlbut's Story of the Bible                          ,. Jt.50
     that way. The appropriate, counteracting truth must                           cause upon them with all earnestness he                            sectarian school. No one is by them, and they          Hurlbut's Story of Jesus                               Y 1.50
   ' be given to the people. Saloons will never close them-                             the desires they ought to have and                           .gather a great many ideas that lead them astray. In the         Pilgrim's Progress                                        :
     selves up, graft will never stop just by itself, nor will cannnfr <5n t^iT" °'^? the money ^ longs to give but                                   denominational college they stay by the old precepts and
     false teachers ever Quit deceiving the people. Their senSnethJ±£ «*-helped; a pastor is faithful in pre-                                        "the foundations which were laid in the home are-builded                            CHURCH LETTERS.
     errors must be opposed with the truth in an able, wise, senting the work and not merely an idle wisher.                                          upon to the great benefit of t|B student,"                          We have blank church letters with return blank at-
     Christian way. Of all" the preachers in our ranks the                                                                                                 We offer this to the co||&Jeration both of boys and        tached that we will send postpaid for 15c a dozen, or two
    missionaries need to do the most of this kind of work.                                           in 'many of our Sunudav                          girls and parents considerii^rwhat college to patronize,        dozen for 25c. Let us have your orders.
     They should therefore be able men, I do not mean                   owi                  offeri
                                                                                                   *SB ^ the Orphans' Home.                           and also to college authorities, as a hint of what these
                                                                    following if recited by the whole school just before                              boys and girls and parents expect of the college of their            The purest of all God's gifts is the power of loving
                                                                                                                                                      choice.—Alabama Baptist.                             >           them all for his sake, not your own.—Penelon.


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          YOUNG PEOPLE'S DEPARTMENT.                                 Do not forget that we handle all the song                       WOMAN'S WORK IN OKLAHOMA.                                                  LOST! LOST! LOST!
                                                                books. We can furnish you any book at the pub!
         (Conducted by J. B. Rounds, Shawnee.)                                                                                                                                                          It is much more easy to convince people that they
                                                                lisher's rate. We carry a large stock of the Herald               Miss Sue O. Howell, Corresponding Secretary,
         TOPICS FOR SUNDAY, OCT. 15, 1916.                      Immanuel's Praise, World Evangel, and New Evan-                         132/a West Second St, Oklahoma City.                      are in danger of perishing in their sins than it is to
             B. Y. P. U. Quarterly Topic.                       gel. These are the most popular books in this sec-                                                                                awaken them to the consciousness that they are al-
                                                                tion of the country. Remember, they cost you no                       It has been a matter of keen rgret to us this fall that     ready lost. But Scripture is very clear that every
"Special Meeting—How Can i Train Myself for Christian                                                                           it has been impossible to respond to the appeals which            man who has not got salvation is even now lost, and
                      Work?"                                    more; in fact, a little less for delivery in most in-           come to us to send a representative of our work to every
      1. Know the tasks of Christianity. ,What is the work      stances, and the profit goes to make The Messenger,             association. We are again indebted to Mrs. Corn of Nor-           can only pass out of that condition by being saved.
committed to the church? Soul winning, money raising,                                                                           man for responding to one of these and attending the Paw-         (Matt. 18:11; Luke 19:10; 15:4, 6, 24; 2 Cor. 4:3.)
relieving the suffering, encouraging the discouragejd, up-                          " M U C H ALIVE.                            nee Association. She writes a glowing account o£ the                    A few years ago a,boy'was sent one winter's ev-
lifting the downfallen, caring for the widows and orphans,                                                                      meeting. It was .probably the best in the history of Paw-         ening upon some errand and was overtaken by a
teaching, preaching, training, using tal%nts that have been                                                                     nee Association.
developed, evangelizing the world, which in itself em-               Some one has reported that the popular book, "Two
                                                                                                                                       Miss Adeline Fuss of Pawnee has been the faithful and      dreadful storm. The snow fell so thick and drifted
braces a universe of activities,                                Old Letters," is out of print, but that is a great mistake                                                                        so heavily that he missed his way, and continuing to
                                                                as it is being printed in many languages. We have in a          persevering president of our Woman's Work in that asso-
      2. Know the talent you possess. What can you best                                                                         ciation for several years, and appreciation of her work           wander up and down for several hours was ready to
do? It will pay you if necessary to spend a year in study-      large supply of the "Two Old Letters/' a true narrative
Ing yourself as you train to find out what you are best         that reads like fiction. Every Baptist ought to have it         took the form of raising funds to enable her to attend a          perish. About midnight, however, a gentleman in the
                                                                Price $1.00.                                                    missionary training school which she has longed to do.            neighborhood, hearing as he though a sound of dis-
fitted to do; then rurn training as much as possible into the                                                                    We rejoice with Miss Fuss and, those who made this new
 development of that talent.                                         We have also received a large shipment of
                                                                                                                                opportuuniiy for service possible.                                 tress, opened his window, when he distinguished a
      3. Hitch your talent to the task. Here is a serious                          "IN AFTER YEARS"                                                                                                human voice at a long distance, crying in a piteous
point—getting started at the right task and staying with                                                                               The secretary had a long desired privilege last week
it. When you find what God has fitted you to do, do it.
                                                                by the same author, which should rank with "Two Old              of attending the Harper County Association. A long train          tone, "Lost! Lost! Lost 1" Humanity led him instant-
                                                                Letters," or in fact surpass it. The doctrinal quality of        ride from 6:30 a. m. to 8 p. m. and then 18 miles in an au-       ly to send in search, when the poor boy was found,
                     SUNBEAM TOPICS.                            the story is purely scriptural, the historical data genuinely    tomobile facing a sharp "norther" which came suddenly
             The Do Meeting—Pray Every Day.                     authentic, and the interwoven romance is pleasingly inter-                                                                         rescued and restored.
                                                                                                                                 made us quite ready for a light lunch and a good bed at 10
      Did you ever try to stay awake at night? Isn't it hard    esting. It deals with the Catholic question. You will want       o'clock in the hospitable home of Bro. Thorne, pastor at                But how great a multitude of poor sinners have
when you are sleepy to keep your eyes open? Did you ever        the book and then you 'Will want to circulate it. Price          Buffalo. We wish it were possible to tell all the good            either never made the discovery that they are lost and
 try to pray at night and get so sleepy you could not hold      $1.00 postpaid.                                                  things concerning this meeting. The churches all reported
 your eyes open? Oh, how hard it is to pray when you are                                                                                                                                           ready to perish, or else wander on in fatal indifference,
 so sleepy. Jesus went up into the mountain and prayed                                                                           as having pastors, and the work encouraging. In spite of          having never once lifted up their voice to God, either
 all night! What do you think of that for praying? But if                 THE SCOFIELD REFERENCE BIBLE.                           hindering conditions and obstacles to be overcome the
                                                                                                                                 faithful ones have "stood fast" and God is blessing their          in confession of .their real state or as seeking "deliv-
 Jesus needed to pray, most certainly we need to pray.                                                                            work. Their whole-hearted appreciation of the help we             erance from it. Thus from being already lost they
 How many of you pray every night? How many of you
 pray every morning? Let us try both. When we get up                         OXFORD FINE WHITE PAPER.                             tried to give made us feel very unworthy.                         pass on until they perish.
 let us ask Jesus to make that a great day for us. Do you       Nos.                                                                   A Woman's meeting was largely attended and much              dear reader, if you perish you will be beyond rescue.
 remember Daniel.- He prayed three times a day. Was he          70 Fine Grain Cloth, round corners, red edges $1.50               interest shown. The constitution was very unanimosly              —Selected.
 not a great man? I think he was. Great men and great           71 French Morocco, limp, round corners, red under                 adopted and the election recorded a large majority for the
 •women pray. Let us start now to pray every- day and never          gold edgest                                         3.50     re-election of "Mother Braly" as she is lovingly called, who
 give up the prayer life. Oh, how it will help us.              73 French Morocco, divinity circuit, round corners,               has worked so faithfully to build u pthe Woman's Work.                       GOD WANTS THE GIRLS.
                                                                                                                                  Mrs. E. T. Thorne and Mrs. Downs of Buffalo were the
                                                                     red under gold edges                                4.00     other officers chosen and will do their best to assist the             "God wants the happy-hearted girls,                      *•>(•'
               NOTES AND SUGGESTIONS.                           79 Persian Morocco, divinity circuit, leather lined to
From Afton.                                                                                                                       president. We feel that great things will be (accomplished              The loving girls, the best of girls,
                                                                     edge, silk sewed, round corners, red under gold              in Harper County the coming year.
     "The best crowd of young people in the state of Okla-           edges                                               5.00                                                                                 The worst of girls;
homa;;' these w0re the words quoted by our pastor to one                                                                                Brother and Sister Thorne are bringing things to pass
of the men of our church, while the B. Y. P. U. was hold-                    OXFORD INDIA PAPER EDITION.                          in Buffalo. The society there Is "working to reach the                  God wants to make the girls His pearls—
ing its service Sunuday evening, September 24. Forty-             Superbly printed on the Famous Oxford India Paper,               "Standard of Excellence." With this in view a very, en-                And so reflect His holy face,
member was sick and unable to be present. The absent                       Size 8x5% inches and only 1 inch thick.                 thusiastic Y. W. was organized last -week and it was a                 And bring to mind His wondrous grace
member was sick and unoable to be present. Four new                           A remarkably light and bandy book.                   pleasure to talk to the girls about plans and methods of
members were received into the Union; Counting the              78x Alaska Seal, limp, leather lined, round corners
                                                                                                                                                                                                          That beautiful the world may be,
                                                                                                                                   work. All who become charter members before the or-                    And filled with love and purity;
visitors, Juniors excepted, the attendance at the B.                 red under gold edges, gilt roll                .... 6.50      ganization is completed are to receive Y. W. pins as a gift
Y. P. U. service was seventy-five. Group two led the mis-       79x persian Morocco, divinity circuit, leather lined               from the pastor andftis wife. We shall watch the growth                    God wants the girls."
sionary meeting. The Union greatly enjoyed the reading               to edge, silk sewed, round corners, red under gola            of this society with great interest. The pastor at Forgan,
of a letter from our former vice president, Miss Tressie             edges                                               7.00      Bro. Hamblin, was in attendance and besought us to at-               Are you willing to be.God's girl? If so, give
Jackson, who is attending O. B. U.                              85x Real Morocco, divinity circuit, calf lined to edge,            tend the association of Beaver County at Balko, but it did
     The pastor has given the B. Y. P. U. the evening preach-        silk sewed, round corners, red^tmder gold edges.. S.Ofl
                                                                                                                                                                                                   your heart to Him and trust Him fully for salvation.
                                                                                                                                   not seem possible, much as we wished we might. Our              And then go to work for Him.                          "
ing hour next Sunday. A program by the Union has been           88x Sealskin, divinity curcuit, calf lined to edge,                hearts go out to these workers in the Isolated parts o f the
arranged for same.                                                   silk feewed, round corners, red under gold edges..10.00       state and although we cannot be in all the meetings -we            \            ——i - —. -.. -i i.—i— •.. i. _. _.. n
     We as young people are looking forward to our revival                                                                          want to assure them of our sympathy and interest in the                  "He, and I, in that bright Glory,
•which will begin the. latter part of October. We want to                                                                           brave work they are doing to hold up the banner of the                    One deep joy shall share,
be used in the winning of young people to our Master.                        WE WOULD SEE JESUS.                                    cross where they are few in numbers and many opposing
     We were sorry to hear of Brother Stalcup's resignation                                                                         forces.
                                                                                                                                                                                                              Mine—to be forever .with Him,
but pray God's richest blessings upon him and his succes-                  ) (By George W. Truett, D. D.)                                                                                                     His—that I am there."
sor.                                                                 No preacher in the land is held in higher esteem
                               MAUDE HUBBARD,                                                                                        One of the honored workers of Paruna church, in Har-
                                                                and more beloved that the great hearted pastor of                per Association, Mrs. H. P. Steth ,has been recently called            Let us hare your book orders. Why not make up a list
 . Corresponding Secretary of the Afton B. Y, P. U.                                                                                                                                                 from our special bargain offer?
                                                                the First Baptist church, Dallas. This is the only book          to her heavenly home. Many friends sympathize deeply
    Report this week if you are Al. This is the beginning       of his sermons ever published, and every Baptist                 with th ebereaved husband and large family of little ones
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         THAT STOCK.
of the new quarter. Afton.Junior and Senior have re-                                                                             she left behind.                                                        A number of our friends have promised to take stock,
ported. They are the first.                                     would do well to possess a copy.
                                                                                                                                                                                                    some stating that they would do so this month. We would
    Training school in Oklahoma City, Oct. 8-13, Lee will            CONTENTS—We Would Se Jesus. A prayer                                            INCREASED PRICE.                               be glad to hear from all who are willing to share some of
be there. We are expecting a great school.                      for a Revival. Trumpeting the Gospel. A New Tes-                                                                                    the burden, under the guarantee that they will receive a
                                                                                                                                       The book on "Stewardship," used In B. Y. P. U. King's
                                                                tament Good Man. The Temptation of Our Saviour.                   Business courses, sold heretofore at 10cf costs us that or        legitimate recompense in the way of interest, and every
       The girls' dormitory for., the University will cost                                                                                                                                          assurance that the investment Is absolutely safe and sound.
  about $15,000. This has been divided into 150 shares of       Intercessory Paryer. The Growth of Faith. Christ's                more to get it in the house. The price hereafter will be
                                                                                                                                                                                                    We would not ask a single Baptist to invest in the com-
  $100 each. The Baptist Messenger wants one of these           Message to the Weak. The Conquering Hosts of God.                 15ci, Please bear this in mind when ordering.
                                                                                                                                                                                                    pany were we not doubly assured that we could protect
  shares, and we are asking a hundred friends to send us        The Supreme Gift to Jesus. Causing Others to Sin.                                                                                   them to the last dollar. Many friends can take' one share
 $1:00 ror more for the Baptist Messenger share in the dor-     The Victorious Saviour. The Subject and Object of                                 WHEN A MAN'S A MAN.                               at §10, and several have agreed to take two and one-half
 mitory, this money to be given as extra or above what                                                                                                                                              shares at $25, and some five shares, and others ten shares.
-you would give through other channels. We believe there        the Gospel. The Leaf and the Life.                                     Harold Bell Wright's new book, on sale August 10th,
                                                                                                                                  Just came In this morning. Hundreds of our readers will           Let us hear from you as we need to know what additional
 are a hundred or more readers of the Messenger who will             A book of over 300 pages, comprising the author's                                                                               stock of goods we can put in. We are paying for
 help us in raising this .share. No receipts will be-given                                                                        want this book. The usual price Is $1,35, postage extra.
                                                                best sermons.            ^>                                       To all who will send us their advance orders at once, we           the room and had just as well have the goods when 'the
 but each amount will be published in this column. Let                                                                                                                                               people call for them.
 the checks come in lively.                                                  PRICE $i.oOTET. Postpaid.                            Tvili mail a copy postpaid, for $1.35. To all who will send
                                                                                                                                  their renewal at'ttie same time we will give credit for one             Trusting that we may hear from many of you by an
                                                                                                                                  year on The Messenger and send a copy of "When a Man's             early mail, we are                               -
    "Baptist Messenger Day," Oct. 8th, or a Sunday near             "Baptist Messenger-Day," Oct. 8th, or a Sunday near           a Man," both for $3.10. This may not look like much of a               Yours for meeting the' needs'. as they come.—C. P.
that date.                                                      that date.                                                                                                                           Stealey, Editor.                        .     ;
                                                                                                                                  saving, but it means about 32c to you. Will you save it?
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                PUBLISHED WEEKLY
                                                               Not only is the doctrine that men are not lost tau-1*
                                                               by the army, but many preachers and Sunday Sch™
                                                                workers are teaching practically the same thW
                                                               \Ve ha dthought, however, that regardless of tW*
                                                                                                                        cellor by the force of circumstance had on an un-           Sir Rider Haggard, the well known English
                                                                                                                        usual service, and though he was courteous enough novelist, in an address delivered in Winnepeg re-
                                                                                                                        to ask us to preach, we felt that it was better for cently, said: "Do not think this war will be the end
                                                                                                                        him "to go ahead with his 'service. Then we had of wars. It is the beginning of war. Dp you think
                                                               sonal faith or religion greater things might be J"       never heard him preach and was anxious to hear Germany will take defeat with contrite spirit."
         OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA.                                  pected from the army. We do not know whether             him. He first had a church conference, then made            Of course, Mr. Haggard was not speaking from
                125 West Main Street                           General Funston is a Catholic or what faith he mav       a brief ,clear, forcible appeal for Christian Educa- a biblical standpoint and did not know that he was
                                                               be affiliated with, if any, though it seems thai         tion and took the offering. Following this he spoke confirming "the word that cannot be broken/' His
    C. P. STEALEY, Editor and Publisher.                       Catholics arc at liberty to conduct iheir worl- j,       from the text, "I believe God," words spoken by remark was regarded as pessimistic, but regardless
    J. E. ROSS, Field Editor.                                  their own way. One thing is certain, regardless of       Paul when tempest tossed just before the ship went of the classification, his word is true and there will
    J. D. HAULING, Field Editor.                               personal privilege concerning religion, he has gone      c opieces.    Brother Chancellor said he was not be no cessation of wars so long as humanity is what
                                                               beyond his rights and privileges as laid down in the     preaching, but if he does not consider that preach- it is, and it will be what it is regardless of General
     SUBSCRIPTION, $2 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE.                     fundamental law of our nation regarding     b            ing \ve sure would like to hear him when he calls Funustoivs opinion or Mary Baker Eddy's, or any
                                                               libert.                  *
                                                                                                                        it preaching. It was a strong message. No wonder other Christ denier until men are born again, and.
     Entered as Second Class Matter, June 5, 1912, at the             We are living in a serious time, much profes-     McAlester people will not think of letting him go some will not receive him. So you can see that the
 Post Office at Oklahoma, Oklahoma, under the Act of           sion and many religious propagandas, "havin°r the
 March 3, 1879.                                                                                                         elsewhere. No man in the state is so deeply in- world will wag on as it is until Christ With the rod
                                                               form of godliness, but denying: the power thereof"       trenched in the hearts of the people of a great com- of iron puts down all iniquity and all opposition by
      Subscriptions are understood as continuing from year     and there are many indications that this man-wor-        munity. This was followed by the Lord's Supper, His personal presence ,or His second coming. The
 to year, unless written orders are given to the contrary.     shiping attitude of the age has reached the top and      and then after a brief spin in his Ford we sat around only- hope for a sinner today is by a personal at-
      Orders to discontinue should alweys be sent direct      our nation is decaying there. There should be such        his board which was bounteously provided with tachment to Jesus Christ.                               .
 to the office by letter and must be accompanied with pay-     a resentment of General Funston's attitude asto          fried chicken and everything else in proportion.                                   '    —.-—•_           ^—,^^m,   .     ^

 ment of arrearages.                                           make the powers that be "sit up and take notice."             Hastening on to Wilburton in the afternoon we          "Baptist Messenger Day," Oct. 8th, or a Sunday near
      For advertising rates and estimates, address Jacobs
 & Company, home office, Clinton, S. C., advertising man-      If there is no wide-spread condemnation of this          found the afternoon session breaking up but met a     that date.
 ager of the Baptist Standard. ,                               high-handed conduct it is an indication that the         great host of warm friends. After a brief visit and
      In changing, an address it is necessary to send the      process of decay is not to be found in the top alone.    a good supper in the home of our friends, Brother                      COUNTY ASSOCIATIONS.
 former as well as the new address, and always give your            Think of it ! You must not tell men that they                                                                  Jackson county had a great meeting this year. J. C.
 name exactly as it appears on your label.                                                                              and Sister Ira Haycock, we attended the evening
      We do not make any charges for resolutions and obit-     are lost ,and that from a high official in government                                                           Collier was      back in the chair     H. P. Steadbam at
                                                                                                                        service of the association and heard Brother J. C. the desk andput J. Morgan back on and field as missionary.
                                                                                                                                                                                             R.                   the
 uaries containing not over fifty words. For more than         service. Of course, 1^0 Baptist preacher could ac-       Stalcup deliver one, of the strongest _ appeals which Burton of Altus is princely. Starkey of Martha is invin-
 fifty words we -charge one cent a word. When you send        cept such terms. We go further and say to General         was based upon the Great Commission, and was a cible. Fellowship and good feeling abounded. Dr. Ney
 In resolutions or obituaries be sure to count the words       Funston, that the indications are that lie 'is blinded
 and send the money to pay for same.                                                                                    great sermon and State Mission talk combined. We Neil brought his pastor, Holmes Nichols ,and Greer
              GUARANTEE OF ADVERTISING.                       by the god of this world and lost for all eternity        were permitted to make a brief talk after his ad- County missionary, J. H. Pennock, over from Mangum,
      All the advertisements in this paper are, we believe,   unless he repent and confess himself a miserable                                                                and Pastor Nichols gave good
                                                                                                                        dress, and The Messenger was well received, many In the first morning devotional. direction to tie meeting
•igned by trustworthy persons. To prove our faith by          sinner, wholly dependent on the mercy of God. We          brethren rising- after our address to speak words
works, we will make good to actual subscribers any loss                                                                                                                            From Jackson I went to Dewey Association which was
sustained in trusting advertisers who prove to be deliber-    do not believe any saved .man could "be -the author       of commendation. Brother Harling, thefieldman, very small but the best meeting for a number of years.
ate swindlers. We shall not attempt to adjust trifling        of such an expression as that referred to, and while      had been present, and, of course, everybody was They voted to again co-operate with the State Convention
disputes between subscribers and honorable business men       religious liberty docs not require a man in his posi-     taking The Messenger. The LeFlore-Lattimer is in all of its work. W. S. Sparks, pastor at Taloga, was
who advertise, nor pay the debts of honest bankrupts. To
make this guarantee effective, in all- cases say in writing
                                                              tion to be a Christian, it does require him to accord                                                           made chairman, and                       ,of Webb,
                                                                                                                        one of the great associations.of the state. Brother Brethren Woodard andS. W. Andrewsfact all wereclerk.
                                                                                                                                                                                                        Clark, and in                very
advertisers, "I saw your advertisement in the Baptist Mes-    religious liberty.
                                                                  -'.          *                                        Fanner, the missionary, had made a great report enthusiastic for a forward step. Dan Curb and W. P.
senger/' and if anything goes wrong, notify us immediately                                                              and the deficit of $175 was raised with $25 or $30 Botts aided much in the meeting.
in writing.                                                  The Universalist Leader complains bitterly at              to spare. Bro. G. R. Naylor was elected moderator          Mills Association went to high mark. There has been
            JACOBS & CO., Adv. Managers,               the Sunday School Times, and declares that it is the             and Brother Hunt clerk. Judge Philos Jones, Judge     in the past a" "pep" among the preachers, but J. Wileman
                   Clinton, S. C.                      most bitter opponent of Universalism being pub-                                                                                   cultivating for two years a spirit of fellowship
                                                                                                                        Haycock and the Wilburton saints generally were has been will, and with the coming of W, R. Trent as pas-
                                                                                                                                                                              and good
                                                       lished today, and the ground of its complaints is                happy in taking care of the host of visitors.         tor at Hammon, and C. W. Wilder at Kipwa, some good get-
                                                       that it insists upon the following: "There is no                      Catching the night train swe are now in the together meetings have been h'eld during the past year.
                                                       such thing as the universal fatherhood of God. There             office Monday morning.                                Some good revivals have also been held. There have never
                                                       is no^ such thing as the universal brotherhood of                                                !        i              been over seven churches represented hitherto, whereas
                                                       man."    Of course such a doctrine as that would not                                                                     this year there were twelve churches that sent Messengers.
                                                                                                                            "Baptist Messenger Day," Oct. 8th, or a Sunday near W. L. Daniels was at Ms best, representing the work gen-
               DECAYED AT THE TOP.                                                                                      that date.
                                                       be acceptable to Universalism, but the sad thing                                                                         erally.                •                • J. E. ROSS.
     . We have been noticing some comments in the about it is that many of our Baptist schools and                           There are many religious fads and fancies. Some SEVEN THINGS THAT WILL NOT SECURE
 daily papers regarding the attitude of General leaders are preaching the universal fatherhood of                       of them rise with such rapidity1 and force that it
 Funston^ toward the request of the Baptists of God and the universal brotherhood of man. Such a                                                                                                  SALVATION.
                                                                                                                        would seem they must prevail. One of the most
 Texas, in conjunction with the Home Mission doctrine carried to its legitimate application would                       subtle of recent fads is that of Russelistn, but we         1. Church membership.                              :•"-•-
 Board of Atlanta, to conduct religious services be sufficient for General Funston to take the atti-                    believe it has reached the climax and the collapse.        2. Baptism. .
 among the soldiers on the border. We were as- tude which he has assumed, that man must not be                          You do not hear so much of Russell today. You               3. Taking the Lord's Supper.
 tonished at even the little we were able to glean told they are lost.                                                  do not see so many of his sermons and leaflets. His        4. The outward observance of religious duties.
 from the secular press, but we are shocked byond            THE BENEFIT OF NOT KNOWING.                                cause seems to be in a decline, and despite all his         5. An intellectual reception of Christianity.
 masure to learn the actual facts. Dr. Gambrell                                                                         explanations about why 1914 did not bring in the           6. Giving to the poor.
 representing the Board of Texas and the Home                                                                           millennial kingdom of Jesus Christ, but on the other        7. Morality, or a lovely character.
 Mission Board, had an engagement to see General             We had planned for some time to attend the
                                                                                                                        hand the worst war of the world's history, he seems        Jesus said: "YE MUST BE BORN AGAIN."
 Funston on the eighth. For some reason the gen- LeFlore-Lattimer Association at Wilburton. So,                         to be discarded and his dupes are,quieting down.
 eral refused to see him, but through his chief of late Saturday evening in securing our ticket we
 staff he informed Dr. Gambrell that it would be asked if the midnight train would not be best The                            On the other hand Christian Science is making that "Baptist Messenger Day," Oct. 8th, or a Sunday near
                                                                                                                                                                                    date.                                  •
 agreeable for preachers representing Baptists to agent said: "Yes, change at McAlester for the                         wonderful growth and progress. It appeals to the
preach to the soldiers provided they did not tell the motor." But alas, the motor does not run from Mc-                 religious sentiment of human nature. It does away          We have In a new supply of "The Call of the World,"
men they were lost. DrvGambrell was also further Alester to Wilburton on Sundays. There is an old                       with Christ and the blood and gives in place a beau- the book on missions recommended by the committee ap-
informed that the general did not want revivals saving: "Be sure you are right and then go ahead/                       tiful delusion. Many unsaved church members are pointed by the "vice presidents" for laymen, particularly.
among the soldiers.                                   We thought we were right but we were wrong. Yet                                                                              a great book and every Christian should have it; price,
                                                                                                                        flocking into the fold. It seems to be the master- It is postpaid.
                                                                                                                                                                              30c,                           ;                       •
     ^ Shocking as the position of General Funston the error was not without compensation; for we                       piece of Satan. Oh ! friend remember that with your
is rit is in line with the alarming trend of the day. spent Sunday morning with the great bishop of Mc-                 sin-cursed, defiled life you need the cleansing blood      "Baptist Messenger Day," Oct. 8th, or a Sunday
                                                      Alester and surrounding territory. Brother Ch^n-                  of the Crucified One.                                 that date.                                   v

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   TEN                                BAPTIST MESSENGER                                                                                                                        BAPTIST MESSENGER                                                               ELEVEN

                    SOUL-EXCHANGE.                                       But it shows how little man does know the worth       Oklahoma 0aptl*t University
                                                                     of his soul.                                                     Shawnee, Okla.
             "What shall a man give in exchange for his soul?"            Satan can buy it for a trifle; Jesus could not re-
            Yes, his soul Not his house, nor his lands, nor          deem it but at the cost of His life! What did Satan          A Baptist School, fully accred-
      his fortune, but his soul                                      ever do for you? What sacrifice did he ever make?         ited with full course In liberal
            We like to get the highest price for our merchand-       What true counsel did he ever give? !In what path         arts and sciences. The most
      ise. We endeavor to sell in the best markets, and are         of peace, or joy, or light, or purity, or truth, did he    competent faculty to be had in
     greatly disappointed if these things go beneath the            ever lead you? How has he proved his friendship?
      figure we had placed upon them.                               Ah, he is God's enemy! he is the world's enemy! he         the Southwest Comprised en-
            We judge with great accuracy of the value of all        is your enemy!                                             tirely of Christian men and wom-
     such commodities, and in the great barter-market of                  But what has Jesus done? Be "gave Himself/*          en. Special courses in Music,
     this world—the vast Vanity Fair of Time's Commerce             Heaven's bright home he left for the manger, the wil-      Public Speaking and Religious
     —he who continues to miscalculate must assuredly go            derness, the shades of Gethsemane, the cross of Cal-       Education.      Rates moderate.
* to the wall.                                    t                 vary. 'What did He not leave for you? "He died for         For particulars address
            But thet/a/ue of the soul Iws never been estimated    'us/' He could purchase and redeem ana save your
     correctly by man—never! Have you never sat down,               soul at no lower price than that of His own blood—               P.. M. MASTERS, Pret.
     my reader, and ask yourself at what price you set              the blood of the One who was both Son ot God and
     your soul? If not, do so now.                                  Son of man. Thus He declared the value of your                        Shawnee, Okla.
            Your soul, that by which you not only live, but         soul—in infinite value. Estimate, if you can, the
     which carries in itself your responsibility to Him as a        value of that blood, and you will know the worth of           Rev. T. E. Cannedy, Oklahoma City:                  Pastor First Church, Sulphur.               OKLAHOMA CITY CHURCHES;
     creature, as intelligent, as moral, as having to do with       your soul.                                                 After a brief ministry of five months                Rev. W. H. Haste of Tennessee is
      God sonsciously, as privileged beyond all lower crea-              Satan buys cheap and then cheats the seller-          we closed our work with the Olivet                the efficient pastor of the First Bap-      The Baptist Pastors* conference
                                                                                                                                                                                 tist Church of Sulphur, Okla., having   meets every Monday morning in the
     tures to own Him, to serve Him, to render Him hon-             Jesus buys dear and then befriends the mister. We          church by baptizing a Baptist deacon              located in the pastorate several        parlors of the Stewart hotel. They
     or and worship, possessing faculties denied to such—           pay heavily to Satan for what destroys; we receive         who had served in that capacity for a             months ago. His coining to Banner       have arranged to furnish us a brief
     your soul, have you weighed its preclousness? Have             freely from Jesus that which saves, batan ruins,           number of years in another state. This            Baptist Association is very gratifying  report for the Messenger each week,
                                                                                                                               is but another example of the hundreds            to many in this section who have been   and the items below are for last Sun-
. you? How have you treated it hitherto?                            Christ enriches; the one embodies malice, the other,       who get into our churches unsaved.                                                        day:
                                                                    love. '-                                                   We can not be too careful in present-             praying for God to give us capable
            Now, assuming that a "choice between the "pleas-                                                                                                                     pastors to lead our struggling churches    Immanuel—T. M. Hunter ,pastor;
     ures of sin" and "the way of life" has been made,                   Now, love seeks your confidence; Jesus commands       ing the plan of salvation to the lost,            to "higher ground" in spiritual life    preaching morning and evening by the
                                                                                                                               nor in contending earnestly for the               and the performance of greater things   pastor; morning subject, "Growth";
     which have you taken? Esau preferred a mess of pot-           your trust. "Faith in His blood" gives'you "peace           faith which was once for all delivered                                                    evening subject, "The Raising of Laz-
     tage to his birthright; he is called a "profane person."      with God;" and the walk of faith fills the neart with       unto the saints. We are open to ac-               in the extension of the Master's King-
                                                                                                                                                                                 dom in this section of Oklahoma.        arus"; 250 in Sunday school; received
  . Judas betrayed his Master for thirty pieces of silver,         joy and peace in such a way that Satan's gilded snares      cept such work as the Lord may lead               Brother Haste is well educated, hum-    one for baptism.
      and "went to his own place." Aggrippa, by hesitat-           are seen in their true character, and that the soul can     us to. We enjoyed supplying for Pas-              ble, wise; believing and uncompro-         Kelham Avenue—J. D. Cook, pastor;
                                                                                                                               tor Cook and his faithful flock at Kel-                                                   preaching morning and evening by T.
     ing, took the world. But Moses chose "rather to suf-          say—                                                        ham Avenue last Sunday."                          mising in his fidelity to Christ, which
                                                                                                                                                                                 means that he is a true Baptist, wide-  TE. Cannedy ; morning subject "The
 - fer affliction with the people of God, than to enjoy                       "I thirst, but not as once I did,                                                                  awake and ready to grasp every op-      Joyful Sound"; evening subject, "Un-
     the pleasures of sin for a season/'                                         The vain delights of earth to share;           "Baptist Messenger Day," Oct. 8th, or            portunity that God puts in his reach    searchable' Riches of Christ;" 51 in
            "Give me your soul, and I'll give you drink/'                     Thy wounds, Immanuel, all forbid                 a Sunday near that date.                          for the upbuilding of the Church in     Sunday School.
     says Satan.                                                                                                                                                                 Sulphur. He is, true to all of our         Capitol Hill—C. M. Curb, pastor;
                                                                                 That I should seek my pleasures there/1                                                         denominational enterprises and will     preaching morning and evening by the
            "Done," says the drunkard.                                   Ah! no; a new vista, a new life opens out be-                                                            co-operate with us in every way for    pastor; morning text 1 Cor. 11; 1-17;;
            "Give me your soul, and I'll give you pleasure,"       fore the soul; a new foundation, a new object, a new                                                          the doing of great things in our state. evening subject, "Ten Virgins"; 112 in
     says Satan.                                    .                                                                                                                                                                    Sunday School; 3 conversions.
            "Done," says the pleasure-lover.
            "Give me your soul, and Til give you money/1
                                                                   motive, a new sphere of existence altogether; its tears
                                                                   wiped away; its weakness strengthened; its loneliness
                                                                   filled up; its darkness chased away by light divine;
                                                                                                                                     Runs Chills Away                            He and Sister Haste are two very lov-
                                                                                                                                                                                 able people and the writer and wife
                                                                                                                                                                                 take this method of congratulating
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Trinity—J. L. H. Hawkins, pastor;
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         preaching morning and evening by
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Forrest Maddox ; morning subject,
                                                                                                                                      When your *kin » tallow and                the First Church upon securing them
     says Satan.                                                   its hell changed to heaven.                                        your eyes arc yellow take Oxidine*          for their work and of assuring the     "How to Promote a Revival"; evening
            "Done," says the miser.                                      Now, dear reader,"what is your choice? Who is                                                           general public of our high apprecia-    subject "A Call to the Backslider"; 313
                                                                                                                                      It will chase the chilli away*                                                     in Sunday School; baptized 2;' re^
            "Give me your soul, and I'll give you the race-        your master? To whom do you., belong? Are you                                                                 tion of them. We bespeak Sgreat suc-
                                                                                                                                                                                 cess for their work this year. Brother  ceived by letter 1; gr6at meeting be-
     course and gambling-table/' says Satan.                       happy in the love of Christ? "6 taste and see that                                                            Haste is a church builder and there are ginning; Evangelist Maddox preach-
            "Done/9 says the spendthrift.                          the Lord is good!" "Blessed are all they that put their                                                       strong evidences of unification and     ing.
            "Give me your soul, and I'll give you worldly          trust in Him/1                                                                                                awakening in the church resulting           El Reno—M. G. Barlow, pastor;
     fame and glory/' says Satan.                                                                                                                                                 from his masterful work under the      preaching morning and evening by F.
                                                                                                                                                                 .       r~
                                                                                                                                                                                 leadings of the Holy Spirit* We thank   M. McConnell; morning subject, "The
   , . "Done," says the man of selfish ambition.                             MARRIAGE CERTIFICATES.                                                                      'ft                                             Ten Commandments"; evening sub-
          ^ "Give me your soul, and I'll give you fun and frol-                                                                       U Guaranteed to stop            -•"**       God and take courage,
                                                                                                                                      your malaria-or your                                       P. C. SCHILLING,        ject, "Be Ye Perfect1'; 111 in Sunday
     ic, jolly days and boon companions," says Satan.                  Beautiful little wedding books greatly appreci-                money will be refund*                                                              School; pastor sick; resigned to take
            "Done," says the prodigal                                                                                           .     «d. Testimonials from                       Pastor First Baptist Church, Wyne-     effect October 1.
                                                                   ated by the recipients:                                      f)    thousands. Buyabot*>                           wood, Okla.                             Washington Aveneue—C. R. Hair-
            "Give me your soul and I'll give you superstition "                                                                       tie,SOc at all druggists                                                            field,,pastor; preaching morning and
     ! ays Satan.                                                  Wedding Chimes            50c each, or $5.00 a dozen                                                                       Ironing Velvet.
                                                                                                                                     THE BEHRENS DRUG CO, . W«o.T^wm
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          evening by pastor; morning subject,
            "Done," says the-devotee.                              Wedding Blossoms          50c each, or $5,00 a dozen                                                            Velvet must be ironed over the iron "Essentials to a Great Work"; evening
         . "Nay, give me your soul and I'll give you an imi-      In Holy Matrimony         50c each, or $5.00 a dozen                                                           so as not to crush the pile. The best subject, "God's Walls of Defense',;
 /tation of Chritianity itself, such as none can detect           In Wedlock                50c each, or $5.00 a dozen                                                                                                    159
                                                                                                                                                                                 way is to get someone to hold a h^t good in Sunday^ large attendance;
 - the counterfeit. I'll spare you its cross, its reproach        Roses on Your Way...50c each, or $5.00 a dozen                                                                 iron upwards while you draw the vel-
     its lack of worldly favor, by a large multiplication of                                                                                                                     vet backward and forward along the
                                                                                Certificates for Framing.                                                                        hot surface. Keep the velvet welf                                 PARKER'S
     external devotions. I'll make your coat so like the          Best                            SQc, or $5.00 a dozen                                                                                                                    1    HAIR BALSAM
     real pattern that you'll pass muster before men and of                                                                                                                      stretched, and go over every piece                          A toilet preparation ot merit.
                                                                  Very good                       35C, or $3.00 a dozen                                                          carefully till the pile stands up well.                      Helps to eradicate dandruff.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              For Restoring Color and v
    course, before God, also," says Satan.                        Very, popular                  .25c, or $2.50 a dozen                                tJtADt rUUUC                                                                                 Beauty to Gray or Faded Hair.
           "Done/5 says the immense majority of Christen-         A very good certificate at ,.,15c, or $1.50 a dozen                                                                       Suitor's Explanation.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        50c. and
    dom.                                                                                                                                                                                                                          HINDERCORNSRemoresConu, Cal-
                                                                       A good assortment, ranging in price from 10c                                                                  Father (appearing suddenly—"What            louses, etc.. atop* all pain, ensure* comfort to the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 feet, makea walking easy. l&c. by mall or at Drag-
     - And thus the soul it bartered away according to            to 50c, $2.50 a dozen.                                                                                          sort of business do you call this, kiss-               Hiscox Obemical Works, Patcbocu*, K. Y*
    taste, or choice, or fancy; but bartered to the 'devil for         For those who wish extra nice wedding books                                                                irig my daughter?" Suitor (withouta
   the merest trifle of flesh or the world. Sorry choice!         we have them up to $3.00.                                     WHEN WRITING OUR-ADVERTISERS                      fluster)—"It's a sort of co-operative          "Baptist Messenger Day," Oct. 8th, or
   poor exchange!                                                                                                               PLEASEMENTION THIS PUBUCAT1ON                     affair, sir!"—Town Topics.                    a Sunday near that date..             '
                                                                       Give us a trial order.
                                              BAPTIST MESSENGER                                                                                                                                                                                                                             THIRTEEN
                                                                                                                                                                      Neglected Wounds Troublesome.                          BARON FORK.                           LADIES—Take ur. Welch's Cotton
                  Odd Terms.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Root Compound Pills. Sure relief for
                                                                                                                                                                      Did you ever notice how a small wound                                                      suppression; Sent In plain wrapper for
       The terms, "calf week/ "cow week"                                     NERVIOUS DISEASES                                                                     nften festers and produces pus? Shat
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   The Baron Fork Association met                $2.00. Welch Medicine Company, Jack-
     and "bull week" are applied in many                                                                                                                           ?s a sign that the wound is becomliw In-                                                      sonville, Florida.
                                                                                                                                                                   fected—it is the danger signal of blood       with the church at StiiwelL T. C.
     of England's great industrial centers                    We have reprinted from a leading Health Magazine a series or artirt**                                Steon      Don't neglect small wounds,        Carleton was elected moderator,
     to the three weeks before the Christ-                by Dr. Biggs treating on Nervous Debility. Melancholia, Sexual NeuraathenH                               •sficht. bruises, skin abrasions, sores
                                                          Nervous Dyspepsia and other nervous diseases. The article explains th«                                   cuts? bums, pin pricks, etc., often cause     Brother Tom Worsham assistant mod-              BAP MES GADD       3
     mas holiday week. In "calf week" the                                                                                                                          §?& roison that may prove fatal Ap-           erator, W. M. Jeffries clerk and treas-          THE SMALLEST BIBLE ON EARTH.
                                                          cause of these ailments and fully describes the treatment employed at the                                nv Gray's Ointment immediately to the                                                           FREE—About size or postage stamp;
     men work time and a third, in "cow                   Bigg Sanitarium in such cases. -                                                                         Effected part. It allays pain, heals the      uurer. The churches at Sallisaw and             New Testament illustrated; 200 pages.
     week" time and two-thirds, and in                       A copy of the pamphlet will be sent FREE to any address on request                                    Jround ami prevents the serious and com-      Watts were admitted into the asso-              No work required to \ get it. Write to-
                                                                          THE BIGGS SANITARIUM, AshevIIIe, N. C.                                                   mon after-affects. It has been used al-       ciation. Two days full sessions were            day.                '
     week" double time, in order to make                                                                                                                           most daily for nearly ninety-six years                                                        REV. C. B. WILSON, San Diego, Calif.
     up for loss of output caused, by the                                                                                                                          gTa multitude of families. Isn't that         spent in vigorous and profitable dis-
     Christmas holidays.                                                                                                                                           enough proof of its merit? Only 2oo a         cussions. C. H. Carleton was the only
                                                                                                                                                                   bSx S drug stores. For FREE tswnple           state worker present, but he repre-               Cancer Cured at KeHam Hospital
                                                                                                                                                                   write W. F Gray & Co., 847 Gray BUfe,         sented everything and did it well. My
            Farm Women of Spain.
      Woman agricultural workers                     Like a Boy at 50 Bubbling Over                                                                                Nashville, Tenn.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 wife was with me and she got the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 ladies together in a good meeting and              The record of the Kellam Hospital
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 IB without parallel in history, having
                                                                                                                                                                                                                helped them organize for associtlonal
     Spain number 775,000.
                                                       With Vitality-Taking Iron Didlt                                                                                  A WOMAN'S APPEAL                         work, Mrs. T. C. Roberts of Stilwell,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 president; Mrs. John M. Wilson, Tah-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 cured -without the use of the Knife,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Acids, X-Ray or Radium, orer ninety
                                                                                                                                                                   Fo all knowing sufferers of rheumatism,       lequah, vice prisedent; Mrs. J. B. Alli-        jfer cent of the many hundreds of suf-
       "Baptist Messenger Day/' Oct 8th, or          Doctor says Nuxated Iron is greatest of all strength builders—Often                                           whether muscular or of the Joints, eclat-                                                     ferers from Cancer -which it1 has
     a Sunday near that date.                           increases the strength and endurance of delicate, nervous                                                  lea, lumbagos, backache, pains In the         son, Jr., Westville, secretary and treas-       treated during the past eighteen years.
                                                                                                                                                                   kidneys or neuralgia pains, to write to       uruer. The next meeting of the as-
                                                                   folks 200 per cent, in two weeks time.                                                          her for a home treatment which has re-        sociation goes to Welling. Rev. J. W.           We want every man and woman in
                                                                                                                                                                   peatedly cured all of those tortures. She     McMenis of Stilwell was asked by the            the United States to know what we
                                                       NEW YORK, X. V,—Not lonjr ajro a man came         tired. Next take two five-grain tablets of ordi-          feels H her dut yto send It to all suf-                                                       are doing. KELLAM HOSPITAL, 1617
      DRS. BUXTON & GUTHRE                           to me who was nearly half a century old and
                                                     asked mo to c i v e h i m a preliminary examina-
                                                                                                         nary uuruated iron three times per day after
                                                                                                         meals for two weeks. Then test your sireapl'
                                                                                                                                                                   ferers FREE. You euro yourself at home
                                                                                                                                                                   u thousands will testify—no change of
                                                                                                                                                                   climate being necessary. This simple
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Executive Board to spend three or
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 four weeks looking over the field                   W, Main St, Richmond, Va.
                                                     tion for life insurance. I was astonished to find   ajrain and seo for yourself how much you hare             discovery banishes uric acid from the        *with a view of permanent employment
                 SPECIALISTS                         him with the blood pressure of a boy of 20 and      gained. I have seen dozens o( nervous run-                blood, loosens th* stiffened Joints, puri-    as missionary.
                                                     as full of visor, vim and vitality as a young       down people who were ailing all ifce *tjile               fies the blood, and brightens the eyes,         The next Fifth Sunday meeting will
                                                                                                                                                                   giving elasticity and tone to the whole
       Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat                     man; in fact a youns man he really was not-         double their strength and endurance and en-               system. If the above Interests you, for       be held at Westville.
                                                     withstanding: bis ape. The secret he said           tirely pet rid of all symptoms of dyspepsia, lirer        proof address Mrs. M. Summers, Box 942,         The Tahlequah church received two
                                                                                                         and other troubles in from ten to fifteen days
     Suite 106 Indiana BIdg.       OKLA. CITY        was taking Iron — nuxated iron had filled           lime simply by taking iron in the. proper form.                                                         normal teachers last Sunday and a
                                                     him with renewed life. At 30 he was in bad          And this after they had in some cases be^n doc-                                                         yoifag lady was baptized. Others
                                                     health: at 45 careworn and nearly all in. Xow       tored for months without obtaining any ben&flt,                                                         await baptism. We hope to have re-
                                                                                                         But don't take the old forms of reduced iron,
                                                     at 50 a miracle of vitality and his face beaming
                                                     with the buoyancy of youth. As 1 have said a
                                                     hundred times over. Iron Is the greatest of, nil
                                                     strength builders. If people would only throw
                                                                                                         iron acetate or tincture of iron simply to sare i
                                                                                                         few cents. You must take iron in a form that
                                                                                                         can bo easily absorbed and assimllaied like nui-
                                                                                                         ated iron if you want it to do you any cood.
                                                                                                                                                                   AFTER SIX YEARS                               vival meetings beginning about No-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 vember st.—T. C. Carleton .

                                                                                                                                                                      OF SUFFERING
                                                                                                         otherwise it may prove worse than useless. Manj                                                             Square Deal For the Shops.
       AskforCatologneandSpedalOooationPlanNo, IS    away patent medicines and nauseous concoc-          an athlete or prize-lighter has won Uio day sim-
                   ESTABLISHED 1856                  tions and lake simple nuxated iron, I am con-       ply because be knew the secret of great street                                                           "If women had only the courage to
       THE C. S. BELL CO.' HilisaoRQ. OHIO                                                               and endurance aud filled his blood with irou be-                                                       stop shopping when they are tired,"
                                                     vinced that the lives of thousands of persons       fore ho wetit into the aflray, while many another
                                                     might be saved, who now die every year from         has gone down, to inglorious defeat simply for
                                                                                                         the lacfc of iron.—E» Sauer, M.O.                         Woman Made Well by Lydia                     said a young woman the other day.                      » TN all the vorld
                                                     pneumonia, grippe, consumption, kidney, liver                                                                                                              "They buy things then that'they do                            •*• there's r.o other
                                                     and heart trouble, etc. The real and true             NOTE—Xcrate<l Iron, recommended abovefcy Dr.             E. PinkhamV Vegetable                       not and never will like and it is a                                      thai con make this
                                                     cause which started their diseases was nothing      Saner, is not a patent medicine nor secret rezu*dj,
                                                     more nor less than, a weakened condition            bat one which is well known to druggists And                     Compound.                             bother to the women and ; a needless                       print.
                                                                                                         whose Iron constituents are widely prescribed by                                                       expense to the shops. The gooda are                        There ma/ te thumbs
     The Five Year                                   brought on by lack of iron in the blood. Iron
                                                     Is absolutely necessary to enable your blood to
                                                     chance food into living tissue. Without iu no
                                                                                                         eminent physicians everywhere. Unlike theoUtt
                                                                                                         inorganic iron products. It is easily assimilated,
                                                                                                         does not Injure the teeth, make them bUct, nor
                                                                                                                                                                     Co1umbus,0hio.—"I had almost given
                                                                                                                                                                   up. I had been sick for six years with
                                                                                                                                                                                                                inevitably returned and credited
                                                                                                                                                                                                                When shops are so decent about ac-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           that look ii)« it—but there
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           i* no thumb that can make
                                                                                                         upset the stomach; on the contrary, H Is arocsk                                female troubles and     cepting goods and crediting them it is                     the same i/np/vjjtoj*.
      Program For                                    matter how much or what you eat. your food
                                                     merely passes through you without doinu you
                                                     any good. You don't pet the strength out of it
                                                                                                         potent remedy, in nearly all forms of indigestion.
                                                                                                         as T?eU as for nervous, run-down conditions. Tb»
                                                                                                         manufacturers have such ereat confidence fa Xur
                                                                                                         ateti Iron that they offer to forfeit $100.00 to any
                                                                                                                                                                                        nervousness. I had
                                                                                                                                                                                        a pain in my right
                                                                                                                                                                                                                only fair to such establishments to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                give them a square deal."
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Jn **1 the vcrid thera
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  I> i.o b«veraja that *-«/»
                                                     and as a conseauence you become weak, pale                                                                                         side and could not
        Baptists                                     and sickly looking just like a plant trying to
                                                     prow in a soil deficient in Iron. If you are not
                                                     strong or well you owe it to yourself to make
                                                                                                         charitable institution if they camiot take any mm
                                                                                                         or woman under 60 who lacks iron and lacms*
                                                                                                         their BtmtnetJi 200 p«r cent, or over In four week*'
                                                                                                         time, provided they have no serious organic troubfc.
                                                                                                                                                                                        eat anything with-
                                                                                                                                                                                        out h u r t i n g my             Why Recall It?
     has for one of its objectives a de-             the following test; See how lone you can work       They also offer to refund your money if it does not                            stomach. I could        Almost any woman can talk faster
                                                                                                         at least double yonr strencth and endurance in ten
     cided increase in church-member-                Or how far you can walk without becoming            days* time. It is dispensed by all                                             not drink cold water than she can write.—Atchisos Globe.
     ship. The Sundayschool -will be                                                                                                                                                    at all nor eat any
     largely responsible for this in-                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               ere -*.&/ •e , \
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     •.. •
                                                                                                                                                                                        kind of raw fruit,                                                                       cgca ;.^at arc tr.aJe i
     crease. We cannot begin too early                                                                                                                                                  nor fresh meat nor      In the Early Stages
     in the fall tp"muster our forces for
     a successful campaign.                         Sunday School and B. Y. P. U. Supplies                                                                                              chicken. Prom 178
                                                                                                                                                                                        pounds I went to                   of Tuberculosis
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 IsokUkc ;•.—but ih«r>
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 i.o beverage iHit can *iujt,
                                                    __                SOUTHERN BAPTIST CONVENTION SERIES                                                           118 and would get so weak at times that your chances for defeating this
          RALLY DAY                                                                                                                                                                                           dreaded affection depend largely on
                                                                                                                                                                   I fell over. I began to take Lydia E. your ability to restore normal body
                                                                                                                                                                   Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and functions.
     Is the time to begin. To help you              UNIFORM LESSON SERIES:                                   GRADED LESSONS,                                       ten days later I could eat and it did not    To do this, one requirement is
     in this campaign we have prepared                                                                          Biblical Series:                                   hurt my stomach; I have taken the proper attention to diet and pure
     a list of suggestions that will prove             Full line of Periodicals, all
                                                    classes, from Beginners to Adulta;                          (As adopted, modified and adapt                    medicine ever since and I feel like a food. Also rest and fresh air, day
     valuable. This attractive list is                                                                       M to the use of Southern Baptists.)                   new woman. I now weigh 127 pounds and night. system is run down and
     fully illustrated and will greatly as-         Quarterlies, Papers, Bible Lesaon1-                         For Beginners, Primaries, Jn»                                                                   Where
                                                                                                                                                                   BO you can see what it has done for me likelihoodtheof serious consequences
     sist you in the seleqtion of the ma-           Pictures and Picture Lesson Cardi.                       ors, and Intermediates —in «B                         already. My husband says he knows thus increased, Eckman's Alterative
     terial you will need for this occa-            Sixteen in all.                                          grade's. Thirty-one publication!.
     sion.                                                                                                                                                         your medicine has saved my life."— may prove beneficial* as it has In
                                                       Sample Periodical publication!                           Pamphlet explaining fully *M                       Mrs. J. S. BARLOW, 1624 South 4th St., many cases.
                                                                                                             containing sample lessons awn                         Columbus, Ohio.                              This is a lime treatment—but.un-
             THE LIST IS FREE                       free on application.                                                                                                                                      like any other. For here the lime
                                                                                                             free.                                                    Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com-, content is so combined with other In-
             SEND FOR IT NOW.                          Maps of our own and otter                                                                                                                                                                                  you ace
                                                    makes; Records, Class Books and                                                                                pound contains just the virtues of roots gredients as to be easily- assimilated                an Arrow,
                                                                                                             Graded Supplemental Lessons to                        and herbs needed to restore health and by the average person.                             i    think of
                                                    general supplies.                                        pamphlet form. Nine pamphlet*                                                                                                                   \    Coc%-CoU
                                                                                                                                                                                                                A trial can do
                                                                                                                                                                   strength to the weakened organs of the man's Alterative no harm, since Eck-
                                                       Bibles, Testaments,     Tracts;                       five cents each,                                                                                                   contains no poison-
                                                                                                                                                                   body. That is why Mrs. Barlow, a ous or habit-forming drugs. Sold by
      American Baptist Publication                                                                              B. Y. P, U. Quarterlies—                                                                                                                               Demand the g e n u i n e by (u'.i
                                                    Books of our own and other pub-                          grades; other supplies for B                          chronic invalid, recovered so completely. leading- druggists or sent direct.                        name—and avoi
               Society                              lishera.                                                                                                          It pays for women suffering from any Booklet containing information re-     of
                                                                                                             P. TJ.                                                                                           value and references sent upon
            514 N. Grand Avenue                                                                                                                                    female ailments to insist upon having quest.
                St Louis, Mo,                               __                                                                                       ^^_           Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com-                 ECKMAN LABORATORY
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    THE COCA-COLA COMPANY
                                                                              CATALOGUE SENT FREE ON REQUEST                                                       pound.                                      23 X. Seventh St         Philadelphia                             ATLANTA, GA.
                                                    BAPTIST SUNDAY SCHOOL BO ARD, NASHVILSE, TENNESSEE

                                                                                                                                                                                                           \       BAPTIST MESSENGER                                                                            FIFTEEN
        FOURTEEN                                    BAPTIST. MESSENGER
                                                                                                                                                                                      EVANGELIST SCOTT.                             Knew About Aching.                      "WONDERFUL STORIES PROM
                     A Kansas Alibi.                     to an old colonel because they incum-
          An Atchison reporter vras horrified
        "when he thought he smelled whisky
        upon the breath of a prominent Atch-
                                                         bered officers' luggage. "The young
                                                         men," lie complained, "keep washing
                                                         themselves till there is not a bit of
                                                                                                               To Make                                                         J. A. Scott, Home Board evangelist:
                                                                                                                                                                             "We* are in a good meeting 'here
                                                                                                                                                                            at Flat River, Mo., twenty-two addi-
                                                                                                                                                                            tions this week, and we will .con-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            "How many rods make an acre?"
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          "One,11 replied Tommy, with a lively
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          recollection of the last time he had
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          THE WONDERFUL BOOK," by C.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          M. Stevens. We have Just gotten a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          large shipment of new Bible stories
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          \ihich wo can furnish to missionaries
        ison banker who has the reputation o!
        being a teetotaler. Investigation re-
        vealed instead of whisky the banker
        had been eating onions and was chew-
                                                         natural smell about them." The only
                                                         unpardonable smell was, of course, to-
                                                         bacco. Even onions were preferable.
                                                         —London Globe.
                                                                                                              Ice Cream
                                                                                                              Empty a package of Jel!-O Ice Cream
                                                                                                                                                                            tinue another week. Great crowds are
                                                                                                                                                                            in attendance and fine interest. J. R.
                                                                                                                                                                            Carmichael, formerly of Oklahoma, is
                                                                                                                                                                            the pastor here. He has been here
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          ached because of the rod.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Serving a Purpose.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            "Doesn't it make you indignant for
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          and colporter? at a special price. The
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          book covering the whole Bible sells
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          for ?1.CO. The book covering the Old
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Testament sells for 50c, and the one
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          covering the New Testament sells for
        ing champagne-flavored tobacco.—At-                                                                    Powder in a quart of milk and freeze it,                     ten months and has had 107 additions.         that man next door to come out and              50c also. It ought to be a popular sel-
        chison Globe,                                            Avoiding a Suggestion.                       and you will have nearly two quarts of                        He is doing a great work. He is a             shout at your boys for disturbing               ler, and quantities of them can read-
                                                           "Do you think your townspeople will                                                                              great pastor and a fine preacher and          him?" "It used to," replied the placid          ily l-e disposed of if an effort is made.
                                                                                                              the finest ice cream, without adding                          is very popular with the church and
           When Baths Became Fashionable.                give you any banquets? 14 "Not if I can              anything else at all. The cost will be                        all the people. J. I«. Blankenship and        woman, "but it doesn't any more. You            Send your order to us for single boot,
           Baths first came into fashion in the          head 'em off," replied Senator Sorg-                 about nine cents a quart or one cent a                        wife are with me. We begin meetings           have no idea how it amuses the chil-            or if you sell books write for our
        '50*s, according to some recollections           hum.   "I don't want to get with a                                                                                 with Pastor Albert Maddox, near Cov-          dren."                                          special price.                •
        in the "CornhiH" of George Pollock,                                                                   dish. Figure up what you usually pay
                                                         srowd and sit right down in front of                                                                               ington, Ky., October 11. On October
        who died last year at the age of ninety-         a reminder of the high cost of living                for ice cream and compare it with this                        29th AVC begin meetings with Dr. M. P.                       Platinum.
        four. They caused much annoyance                                                                      low cost.                                                     Hunt at West Broadway Church.
                                                         problem."                                                                                                                                                          Platinum, with the exception of iri-
                                                                                                                 Full directions are given in a litlte                      Louisville, Ky, Will be there for                                                                          A safe and palatable laxative
                                                                                                              book in each package.                                                                                       dium, is the heaviest of all the metals.
                                                                                                                                                                            three or four weeks. I want-to be at          The name originated with the Span-                                   for children
             OSKALOOSA COLLEGE, OSKALOOSA, IOWA.—Graduate, College, Divin-                                       Five flavors of Jell-O Ice CreamPow.                       the Oklahoma Baptist Convention if
        ity, Normal, Commercial and Music, by mail and in residence. Degrees con-                             der: Vanilla, Strawberry, Lemon, Choc-                        possible.                                     iards on account of its silvery cloor,
        ferred. Also special courses in Physical Culture, Short Story Writing, and                            olate, Unflavored.                                                                                          plata signifying silver. It was un-
        Salesmanship. Grades from Standard institutions and conference work ac-
        cepted; Prices reasonable. Pay by installments. Catalog.
                                                                                                                 10 cents each at any grocer's or e~i*
                                                                                                              eral store.

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                                                                                                                                                                              May the Lord greatly bless our new
                                                                                                                                                                            corresponding secretary of Oklahoma.
                                                                                                                                                                            I believe he is the right man to take
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          known in Europe until about 1741f
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          when its existence was announced to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Mrs. Wiaslow -
                                                                                                              The Gcnesce Pure Food Co., LeRoy.N.Y.                         up the work of our beloved Stalcup.           the a Spanish scientist after
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          a trip to South America.                             Soothing Syrup
                                                                                                                                                                                     Better Than Nothing.                                                                                Absolutely Non-narcotic
                                                                                                                                                                                Give me a positive character, with                    It Must Be Sol,

           BAYLOR UNIVERSITY                                                                                              KRAKERS                                           a positive faith, positive opinions an
                                                                                                                                                                            positive actions, though frequently
                                                                                                                                                                            error, rather than a negative charac-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            The very useful article known as
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          coal is fundamentally vegetable—the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          product of chemical and other action
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Does not contain opium, morphine, nor
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       any of inelr derivatives.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                By checking wind colio and cor-
                                            at Waco, Texas.                                                                   SELF-FILLING
                                                                                                                                                                            ter, with a doubting faith, wavering          upon the base vegetable growths of                    recting intestinal troubles common
                                                                                                                          FOUNTAIN                                          opinions, undecided actions and faint-        the carboniferous age. The same thing
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          may be said of the diamond, which is
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                •with children during the period of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                teething, helps to produce natural
                                                                                                                                                                            ness of heisyrt. Spmeth is» better
               Oldest school of the first-class in the State. Not a better one. The
                                                                                                                          PEN                                               than nothing,—C. Simmons.                     nothing more than chefically treated                            and healthy sleep.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          carbon or vegetable. Any half decent
          spirit of search for truth pervades the halls and class-rooms. Among                                            PRICES                                                                                          book on geology will tell you all about
          the students Christianity is vitalized. It offers to men and women su-                                                                                                                                                                                                   Soothes the fretting baby and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          what coal is.                                                thereby gives relief to
          perior opportunities in Science, Classics, Expression, Painting, Drawing                                                             SECTION
          and Music. Its literary and debating societies are not surpassed in the
          Southwest, It offers no short cuts to knowledge, it has no bargain coun-
          ter for wandering students. Open to men and women.
                                                                                                                                                                                          THE                                   New Use For Compressed Air.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          .' Blowing cotton from one department
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            to another through suitable tubes is
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          the tired mother.

          Catalogues, Main University.
          S. P. BROOKS, LL. D., President, DR. W. H. MOURSAND, Registrar,
                      Waco, Texas.
                                         Catlogues, Baylor College of Medicine.

                                                     Dallas, Texas.
                                                                                                                                                                              Contains 3,536,489 letters, 773;693
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            the latest employment of compressed
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           air in manufacturing plants. In one in-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            stance a California felt manufacturer
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            makes use of compressed air for con-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           veying damp wool from the scouring
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Use DICKEY'S
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      OLD RELIABLE EYEWATER
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  for sore or weak eyes or
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  granulated lids. Don't
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  burn or hurt when ap-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            plant squeezers to another building                plied. Feels good. Relieves promptly. Get
                                                                                                                                                                              words, 31,173 verses, 1,189 chapters,                                                            genuine In RED FOLDING BOX. All stores
                                                                                                                                                                              and 66 books.                                 across the street, in which are located            or mall 25 cis.
                                                                                                                We have tried most of the pens and                                                                          the sun-exposed drying roofs. The                  DICKEY DRUG CO.               Bristol, Va.
                                                                                                             we have found the Kraker most satis-                                                                           method is said to be clean and rapid.
                                         THE FINEST BIBLE IN THE WORLD                                       factory. It is the one we use con-
                                                                                                             stantly. Let UB send you one. You
                                                         FOR THE MONEY.                                      will be pleased. $2.50 without the
                                                                                                             clip; clip attached, 25c extra; 53.00,
                                                                                                                                                                                It is the best selling book in the
                                                                                                                                                                              world. Every church should be
                                                                                                                                                                              supplied with copies for Prayer-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Good Income for Life Roach & Veazey
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Secured by giving: money to the For-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           eign Mission Board on Annuity Plan.
                                                                                                                                                                              school scholar should have a copy            Good every way,       \     \         \
                                                                                                                  I            .                     ;
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              GOOD SECURITY—Aa safe as any'                Main and Robinson                       Okhu City
                                            New self-pronouncing pictorial Bible.       "School of Dentistry open October 3rd."                                               in the class.                                bank or trust company.
                                         The Bible printed on fine white paper in                                                                                                                                            'GOOD DIVIDENDS—A satisfactory
                                                                                                                                                                                Special cloth binding for 35 cents         rate of Interest and no commissions                AMERICAN CYCLOPEDIA OF HIS-
                                         clear, readable type, and containing, in addi-                                                                                       per copy has large type. King James          or taxes.
                                         tion to the Old and New Testaments, care-                                                                                                                                            GOOD TIMES—No idle money, no                                            TORY.
                                                                                                                                                                              or American Standard version.
                                         fully selected aids to the study of the Bible,                                                                                                                                    delay In payment of Interest; no worry            A beautifully bound set of s$x vol-
                                                                                                                                                                                Bibles of all kinds and all. styles        about repairs. Insurance, etc.                  umes, half morocco, sent postpaid on
                                         also a series of questions and answers.                                                                                                                                             GOOD SETTLEMENT—No loss                 or    receipt of $8. This is a valuable and
                                         Inirty-two photo views of scenes in Bible                                                                                            of binding.                                  strife In the courts over a will.               beautiful set.
                                         lands and colored mays. These illustrations                                                                                                                                         GOOD CAUSE—The money g:oes final-
                                                                                                                                                                                         Send for Free                     ly to the greatest cause in the world—
                                         are reproductions from recent photographs                                                                                                                                         Forelgm Missions.
                                         of scenes in Bible lands. Special price only , The above is a cut of our special                                                                 CATALOGUE                          GOOD **AKTNER^-You enter Into a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           loving partnership with Christ for the
                                         $1.50*                   .
                                                                                                             oak book rack, worth 50c, but we are                                                                          salvation of the world by taking a                                           The n«e of the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      0AL COMMUNION 8EBV.
                                                                                                             having a special sale on them and will                                                                        Foreign Mission Board Annuity Bond-                                       ICE b»» I n c r e a s e d the
                                           A large line,-of Bibles ranging in'price                          send one, postpaid, for 35c. They4 are                                                                             For full particulars, write
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                                                                                                             dress Baptist Messenger.                                                                                              J. F. LOVE, Cor. Sec'y,
                                                                                                                                                                                 L         Society                                                                                              price lilt.
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