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Indian Methodist (Newspaper) - August 3, 1893, Muskogee, Oklahoma i m mm 5? lint - i i n i Formerly BROTHER IK ii I Ret. F. M. Education 'the of the 1 PRn 81;25 TERMS } f 11-------------r - r * 1 indian 3, 1893. 31 * - Will i 1'ioTr TVr t hi 1 ill ni t O. Will in the United for the Indian Territory and in the United - Court at it AH promptly carefully attended Collodions made and remitted without - M ATTORNEY AT 1 f M I. T. f: 1T r. r ir n f 8 to lu and I c Resident I. T. door over Office hours a. and 1 to o p. in. r - Z. T. Late U. B. & & Counselors at Specialist on the m. r. 1 are not our faults as well as our and a iu to It is only when freed from this disturber of the judgment that crui rightly our and to louk or as should look at with ho evenly balanced a that is He only wL tia 1 h Humility is dispassionate I a of the number of adult members of the various religious bodies iu the United Most of are subdivided are ] Methodist 14 \2 perhaps 15 and so even the smaller Denominations are divided iu similar way provided they Wng There are 12 Mennonite 2 4 Friends and the It is tedious to give the whole and so the several Denominations are given in their whole Ii o m t h o 1 ic - Baptist Presbyterians Lutherans Disciples Protestant 4,^40,68 1 1,276,815 1,198,511 041,051 532,054 Unitarians Adventists Universalists Spiritualists ' Gorman Russian Orthodox Christian Ch. South Moravians Greek Plymouth Brethren River Brethren Shakers Catholic Apostolic Reformed Social Brethren Christian Mission Association 106,125 130,400 107,208 90,718 07,749 59,344 49,194 45,030 t 41,541 30,156 4 r i so diet 22,514 13,504 13,004 11,781 liV 50 8.720 7,0'.).-, 0,65 1 2,005 1,728 1,394 1,277 1,000 913 754 095 005 300 \i or a in the large for these number at communicants 1 1,120. If we add all these and subtract the Jews and the various Paean such os tha at look t ay the members of Christian the United States 20,358,100. in This is to me a surprisingly large tae time's i Ql T i 11-not^orftrr/the count is I have a great e - i mind to look into J. valuation of one's w JA per of mind and naturally with such a springing it and leading to is the exact opposite Something Said for One judicious woman has opened her eyes wide enough to see in and er strike for i concerning whom little is and yet who demand our sympathy and We refer to the Mothers are in iu heralded in eong and embalmed in If a boy safely through and malaria his mother is commended for her cara of his physical If he does well teachers are sure he has a and judicious who him on and keeps to the If he in war or what are told that mother was an erected to the great but whoever .in dreams imagined a to the of - a poet ot The father as a in the the ii aad this is keeping modest share he has in his he arid Ha be permitted tp carve As a consequence her became mildly and gloriously radiant through that there were nam hereof them in the that there was Christian in its and of religion which followed none had such power with the people as The 6f and did up and Winter vv e mem per s that ith bouse to AU the of the ' ' lings were the of her i but the merry The bills are bisto of the been charming manifold delights the rich and the We agree with writer the husband is looked upon as a h Poor r The ol The Holy We must recur here to a case which came under our observation years 3go the annals of the A woman in poor poor in this world's goods pressed down with the care of a large with the merest to in the when moving about amid her domestic had theie specific reflections one day pass with wonderful impressive noss her die soon and stand in the presence of I do not desire to mcpt my God there on a I desire to know him fully by that From this moment it shall be my to know understand his and find in his Without relaxation of fidelity to family she set her whole heart upon knowing and walking with When about her daily cares she would Bible open upo a shelf so that as passed aroun shy could stop a moment and read and then make it the ku ject of meditation Wit Highest of all in Leavening U. Gov't Report A of t the Qi this every br When % it that Anna - -i ' ew to securing to booli in America better now enjoyed of the 4cat' which hundred au aay sum you from to Vou are then immediately tue entire realm of current for to an not lu cash value the the These aDy or all of you can retain as as you or able qf bur. and it ia a natural that we feel of ihc considered him one of the men we have west of tho Mississippi l- To you With the weight it hadj upon the X the thf We received one Ind a old Methodist \U It almost universally that 8tnpk>y'sfrsta1tfea every and the doctrines of the M. E. I. July 22. 1 4H t- record fo have befefi following John Lucas and Margie Isaac H. h. return as soon as you The the following for other hooka from the Library of value by additional charge of one cent a day for use of each dollar's worth of As thousands of the best books of tha world are now to be had at a cost of 25 cents to 50 cents the of good books thus next to a 25 cent book cost one cent for four a 50-cent book cost one cent for If you or Bud them and in f by By Deputy By Deputy John and gave Deputy t y by 9cott, false and all * There are now sixty the Court newB There being and everything ihe court house vacation aiTi ft Judge btuart convene 22dinst. to clear The case of J. 13. Hamner Scott has been made up for the Court of the stime diligence she the that she could - In- prayer her importunity would admit of ho In a short time the baptism and visions of filled her whole She beheld open face of the and truly her was with the When hooka received by the local Hook Club froni the Library are no. longer wanted are returned to the headquarters in New York and exchanged for other of equal value are sent out to local leea a charge of one cent a day for each two dollar's worth of the price members their local Book the difference will pay of a local if one is or may b6 divided afi members of the lacal You see how simple and easy on a large scale makes the that cares for goott is too poor to pay one cent a day for access to the world's current Yet millions of readers are today Townsite Co. is adding facilities because such not to its ' adopted A catalogue Una to j should do choice 100 may be had by j which time the fe0 wiU be left on the Flyer LuBt barbecue picnic was given at eight miles east of W. Of in the city this Why should cot Muskogee an ice f - - 1 e The McAlester Conference of closed nine pastors I. T. between ReV. W. A. of the North UTa pat
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