Our Brother In Red (Newspaper) - September 17, 1891, Muskogee, Oklahoma 1*1 17 W. M. Rev. j. W. Education the 1 indian MUSKOGEE 0. B. j. 8, j. d. & Attorneys at in U. S. Court Branch office at I. T. In charge of J. b. All business will receive prompt M. M. I. T. SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO COLLECTIONS BACK CLAIMS J. A. S. A. Wilkinson Hale ft South I. T. All business Intrusted to our care will prompt Late Judge 14th W. C. Of the Arkansas Bar Hinds ft Ind. Will practice In the United States Court for the Indian Territory aLd in the United Court at 4rkv All Legal promptly attended made and * ' remitted without NEWS The confederate at last week was a big and an enjoyable Senator J. H. Berry delivered an eloquent Oklahoma City was visited on the night of the 8th inst. by a heavy rain and hailstorm that did considerable damage to glass fronts and A man by the name of S. J. was caught in a gin near one day laBt week and so badly injured that he died in a few Eureka is on a grand It is to have two miles aDd a half of electric and the whole city is to be lighted by Hurra for the mountain A young man named Britton was loafing around a saw mill near one day last week and was accidentally thrown against a circular which struck him near the base of the his bod r completely in * The Alliance of Van B. state lecturer of the & B. hate of the remains editor for the The lottery fight in wai mer and Thf doubt now that the lo as an Montana has 2.288 the assessed valuation A man called at a gr oei some and while the was pouring it he u tion that he wanted it for exclaimed the woi in her red pose I keep milk to sell for I rather guess not ind I rather got down quite so low as thai so the man obliged to l and wait till the lower and dignity was a The Chickasaw for the cords show that from June 30, 1881, the Indi payers of the United Stat or very nearly 81,000 and papoose 1 making the first figures represents going and as the * - Mot pended by any - fWe little Your br m 11.00. Physician and Office 8 to 10 a 1 to 3 p. m. and 7 to 9 p. m. I will be at my office at all times on these J. R. M. D. Physician and 1. T. charles m. d Physician and - I. T. Resident I. T. stairway south of over Mrs. millinery Office hours from 8 to 12 a. and 1 to 6 p. m. Specialist on the Nose m1 Thoat Eyes and Glasses Office a. m. to 4 p. m. TEX. Book 418 East 9th Kansas MS. All Nashville publications kept and supplied Large and varied line of Sunday School Song Teacher's and Family Best books of all at publishers Agents wanted for good subscription Send all orders to A. H 418 E. 9th Kansas Mo. ' Happy and content is a home a lamp with the light of the Ar Rock Co. Mm tally injured and the rest more or less The youngest man to sit in the next will be a Texan named He is under 30. When he took the stump in Texts last year the farmers used to go from town to town in their covered wagons and camp out so they might hear Baily speak again and The residence of Will of was struck by lightning the night of the 8th. The lightning struck the northwest running down to the transom and down the wire screen to the None of the inmates were as they knew nothing of it- until next Will people never learn any It seems to us that there has been instances of occasioned by attempting to kindle fires with kerosene sufficient to induce people to quit it. Another fatal accident occurred in South by Mrs. J. Stewart attempting to kindle a fire with which resulted in the loss of her own and that of her and the destruction of the house by the head chief of the with 250 of his came to one day last week and camped out of They bought forty-five wagon loads of lumber and will erect houses on their said that his tribe was tired of living in tepees and are now going to try the white mans and he is working to get all his tribe to erect good In the evening they had a big lasting three Everybody in Harrold was out to see it. In the morning they departed for their home in the The WynneWood Herald The Kansas Central and Galveston railroad will build through this nation at the started at and was originally known as the Hutchinson and Galveston running south through and the salt thence through Harper and Harper Kans. It crosses the state line west of Arkansas and will Intersect the A. T. & S. F. at and run direct to via Tex. It will go east of this place probably ten or fourteen unless drawn lady who cornea an The musical department is presided over by Miss Lottie late of and the principal was quite fortunate in securing the services of M sa as she is an accomplished musician and there can be no doubt but that she will give the fullest satisfaction in her Rev. Naylor has recently purchased a new a fine instrument of Elision & of Oklahoma City and Mr. Eliason came down in person and put it in Pierce Institute is located in one of the most healthful places in the territory and with as fine a corps of teachers as any school in the country it should 1. T. Dear Brother are moving on very well our Yesterday wsb our day at We had good W. T. the M. E. was out to hear us We are preparing to build a church at Black A considerable portion of the material is on the We hope to have a good church Sisters Wills and Rogers have raised the funds and purchased a nice hanging lamp for our church Many thanks for their Brother Smith is able to be out on his Love to the O. Red River Tex. Oob Brother in love to read the reports of all our It might be that some of them would like to hear a report from some L. D. I have just closed a grand meeting at I. Brother H. Large order twenty-five conversions and twenty-one accessions to the baptised twenty-two adults and four three of the children were triplets of brother and sis ter I was glad to have the privilege of turning them over to the pastoral care of Brother W. H. who is doing a grand and noble Work for the cause of our blessed Methodism is on a boom under his God bless Brother Wagnon and his and the entire conference as particularly Our Brother in Let be true and stand by our itinerant I have had sixty-two conversions and additions to our H. L. D. She was highly respected by neighbors as a christian The testimony of her husband never knew a christian Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of his A good woman has gone to rest As a legacy to her she has left the imprint of a May it fol low and lead her children and husband to a happy reunion where parting is no She leaves a husband and four children to mourn her Would Bay to Brother Farrar and the weep not as those who have no though she cannot come back to but you can go to May the consolations of a mother's God be with and may be a happy re union on the banks of sweet P. C. Atkins I. Aug. 24, 1891. more when the Barnabas and heard they rent their clothes and ran in among the crying Acts Who was Was he an WaB he one of the Will some one who is able please We want more J. A. whose name signifies of as given by the Joseph or was a of He was a of the island and was not one of the original twelve He is said to have with St. brought up at the feet of It is evident that he had had some previous acquaintance with the Apostle for we first notice him introducing the newly converted Saul to the Apostles at At Antioch he and Paul were especially ordained for the missionary From this time Barnabas and Paul enjoyed the dignity of He and Paul labored together until a dispute arose between them in regard to taking with them on a missionary John nephew of when they separated Barnabas returned to his native and here the scripture di ops all account of As to his later work and tradition the most authentic being that he became bishop of the church at a city of every afternoon at out the Flint It has been months since my last months in which I have worked hard and accomplished very during that time had only about twenty-five conversions and sixteen baptised a dozen or so children and collected between 150 and 8100 for various These rt suits are very meager when we consider that they represent two months of protracted in which the pastor preached some fifty other brethren about twenty-five am under special obligations to Bros. J J. Lovett and C. Thompson for services Bros. Yarbrough and Lovett did nearly all thet preaching for me at where I held my last and by their excellent preaching and other lovable won a warm place in the of my and better did good and faithful work for the I am glad to say that in all these the church greatly bloc the presence has been manifested to His people and to the We have three other meetings to two for the and one for an English speaking Brethren pray for that they may be the best and most fruitful of alL Yours in Christ A. C. Oklahoma Oklahoma Station Guthrie Oklahoma El Beno Oct. 8. 7:30 p.m. October 10-11 M 1M a.m. October 84 25 Oklahoma Oct. W. 11 a. m. Little Ever 28,11a.m. Moore Oct 29,11a.m. Norman Oct. 30.11 a.m. Lexington 81 and Nov. 1 The will please see that the trustees have their The secretary has bis books all Please pay particular attention to the ot all the names of Will stewards see that something to done for toe The most of our people have bad a free gospel fox tvo mutt come to an No excuse can be longer offered for not doing something in the way at salary for your See to it that your financial report at the Fourth Quarterly is not a The pastor will please be prepared to report the name of eaeb appointment with the number of members P. 1.