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NORTH DAKOTA — Bismarck: Steele C 1. Minnewau-
kon: Bisbee St. Paul 5. Mouse River: Bntt menu s.30;
Oakes: La Moure li.To: Cl.lTi; Suelil.in2.!>H. Pembina:
Gr Forks 15; S21: fir.; Inkster C :.; Langdld; Park
Riv 2; Wallialla 2.S5; Presbl 10 106.85

OHIO— Cincinnati: Cincinnati 2d German 35; LL 3;
3d 15; 7tk C 3; Avi.u.l 25; Cnlv 3.71; Cent 1; Clifford
Chap C in; Iininanuel S .Mi; II,, hawk 3.75; KM 5; MT
?; Walnut Hills 1st 12" 5"; t'lift LA 1: College Bill 1j.
S 35; Gl.-nd 12.I1S: Ilartw- 5; Madisonv 3; S 16; C 3;
LG 4; Mi.nterey 3.75; N Hirliinc.ti.l ]".iw; : S3: N..nv 1";
C 2.4"; Pleasant Ridge C 1; Reading and Lockl S 5; Wil.
banishing 3 75; Wyoming 14.15; S 42.3"; I'll CI 1,25;
I'resM 15. Cleveland: I'resbl 1O4.03. Columbus: Colum-

1ms 1st 7.35Pi 1 St 77; C 12.32; J 5; -Mrs. Maxwell's

CI ln.511 lent 25 til: Nnithm'r 11.115; St. Clair Av 2; C
1 do; West Broad SI 2.5"; Laneliesl or 15 2"; Plain City
0.O2; CI. Dayton: Springs 2d 4.43. Lima: Eluffton 1.
Mahoning: Sel.ring S; C 4: Youngst. 1st Aux li;.5il; M
Edwards 1". Marion: I!„-r;u 1„: Eiehw C 2. Maumee:
I'eiTvsl, 2; Steubenville: Salinev 25. Wooster: Presbl
10 8S9. 18

OKLAHOMA— Chickasha: Glib-kasha J 1 ; Ei Reno
SWL4.50; JWL 1; S S; SE
Alva 2; T



Oklahoma:



1st S 4.14; Val-

34.14

OREGON— Portland i I'nrtl 1st Mrs Ladd 100; Mrs AI-



.1 1 i:i 17: p.,|:e Run 3, SI. 3 ■ 5, Im-lb- I r 0.1. , ; \\ il-

1, Puller Ist-i": YL7:Ci nil! 5n Crestv o! c'4: Grove

fy 0.1"; Ilarrisiv Mrs. Bingham 50; IVtn.lia
ill Plains 5.03; Porlersv S; w Snub 0; Zelien-
ople 2. Carlisle: Big Spring 14; Bloomfi 6;
YL 5; Carlisle 2d 23; ('hampers!, Palling Sp
16; G 10; Dauphin C :',; Iiiiii.-ninion C 1.15: Gettysh.3;
Harris), loven Hi; ST.; Market S.i 31. 4S; MP, 2": Wed

Eve 11.87; S 30.72; Olivet 6; Pine at 12.75; PrlSGO;

Wed Eve 12.7"; Weslmr :i."5: S 4 on; Lebanon 4th St
SOv Christ S !l "1; Me, haui.-l. 12: Mere, u-sh 11.7s; Moli-
ng!, an c 2 .05; Newport 0.S5 PnxlCO: Silver Spg 511";
Upper I'alh-Val 2". Chester: P.ryn Mawr 1S.75; R 125;
CnaiesvON; Darby Boro 8.25; Devon J 4; Fagg's Manor
2270; Fourth Dist 9; Lansdowne 25; N London 7: Oliv
1; Strati 3,75; Wayne IINC 5; \V. Chester 1st Bd 25;



fallens!, 2.1(1: Clarion C 2.30; YLO.l"; KIM; Concord
5; Du Bois S Soc 0.3"; E Brady 5; C G: Endeavor 15;
II; CI; Bdl; Edenb 13; C2; MB1; Emlenbm 2";
Greenv YL 1.75; Lcath.-rw 2.5": Marionv 12: Ml 'labor
('.; N Bethlehem 1": Oil Cv 2d 2": C 0; Westm 5 GWB 5;
Penn6; CI; Pisgah 10: WA5; C 3; "Pages" 1; Punx-
sillawney"5; .15; Reyhnhlsv 5 : Riellardsvl; Rielil ll;
R,,ekl2.5": S.-oteli Hill 1.25; shiloh C 1 ; Sugar Hill 5;
Siiuiinerv 4; Tionestat',; Presbl 1". Erie: I'.rudf E End
15; E Springti 5: Greenv 5": .lamest 14.0": Mendv 1st C
11.50; Mercer 1st YL 5. Huntingdon: Altoona 1st 42;
MG5; 2d 25; Broad Av 4"; BulTalo Run 4 ; I'm it Hill
MI? 5: HollidaysbSl; C 12.50; Huntingdon 10; YL 15;
Juniata 14; LewistYL55: LiekRimS; Logan's Val C
25; Lower Spruce Cr 0; MeVeyt C 5: Mihoy 37: Phil-
ips!) 5; Sinking Cr 5: Sinking Val G 15; state College
15; Tyrone S2o; W Kisluieo.piillas 2... Kittanning: W
Glade Run C on. Lackawanna: Ashley 20.0"; Athens
6: Campt Union CO; I'arl.ond 1st YL 50; 1'riS 12.50;
IS10; Ilawley 1"; Kingston 45: C 15; I.angelill'e 3";
M.uiroeton 5; I Irwell .1 4.3" ; Rusbvl3; Serant 1st 50;
Washburn St 11.35; Susquehanna KB 25: Wilkes-Barre
1st 07.50: Wyoming 2. Northumberland: Bald Eagle
and NittaiiyO"; Mooresl, l'5; Renovo 1st 30: SI; Wil-
liaiusp.u-t Coven 14.5". Philadelphia: Philadelphia 1st
IViaSlie 3,1 lo; Areli St S 01.S1 ; Calv215; Gaston 0;
OvorhrO": G4; Oxfll; Prineet 1""; Tabor AC2.5";
Tioga i'5; UVI: Trinity C 5.25; Walnut St 25; C25;
W, -all 141.47: YI'(I..",5: WHo|,o4"; S50; Westmr
Gre.nway 2"; Mrs. w. E. I.e.- 25. Pittsburg: Allegheny
Man.-li.-st.-r 31.30: Melrose Av S 5: Nol; Beaver S 25;

Ben Avon 75; Bellevne 1&75; Bethany 2; (lift 3.60;
Greenf 10; Homestead 7; Lebanon 10.60; McDonald






pie,

!K!.5(l; Serviekley 22: 111! 15; Sliarpsl, !i. In; Sliields20;
Val 5; VuniK.rt 5; Wilkiiisb Cnlv 5 ; rash 0. Shenango:
Sharon 1st c 2.2... Washington: E BulTalo 15; Upper
Bulla!,, 35; Wasliingt 1st 2"; B&G5; Thi-o MeGarrab
1"; 2d Nun Nobis 3". Wellsboro; Elkl 5.10; Nelson 5;

Tioga 2 5,,; Wellsboro 2" 4024.52

SOUTH DAKOTA— Aberdeen: Aberdeen S 0.25: Cns-
tlew 2: GrolonO; Mansfl'2: Picrpolit 5: Sisseton7: C
Vcldenl: Wat. it 2. Central Dakota: Brookings



5. Souther



Da-



kota: Ali'xiindi -in 0; l'.ri.lgewater 6; C

2: Parker 11: C 2

TENNESSEE— French Broad: Banks



Can



RECEIPTS OF WOMAN'S BOARD



tain's Cove WW 3; Burnsv 1.0R; f'l; Laura Sun.lorl ('
3, Mark Lance Mull r, ; Marshall — Coupor Mom t: Stan-
ley Sir Cm-mack I' 1.5n. Union: Kimxv 3d VL 33; Sban-
56.31



iiupboll l'ark In; Englewood 7; llracf S.BO; Ilvdi

:((l;33; Smith l'ark .1; \V Hawn l'ark 53.5(1; Evans'toi

it 3d; Highland Park 10.. 15; Juliet 1st 15; Centra
l.S.1; K 1 n.7.1; Kankakee 1.1; link l'ark 45; S 15.S1
iver I'urest S l:;.4n. Freeport: Ai-ik i:; ; IMmlnv i



Preston Em Ch & S 1.
127.4,0

WEST VIRGINIA— Parkersburg: Elizabeth 10; Heu-
glms Kiv ;;,",; Parkers!, 1st i;o.7.1; Spelieer 4. In; Sisterv
8.50; WCirSO; MCI; Wavcrly 37. Wheeling: Cam-
eron 5; Forks of Wheeling J 5; Issue'.; I.nlli, lavs One
.I; Limestone C X; .Mmtn.lsv II; Vanee Mem'l sx- Wellsb
9; J 15; GT4; Wheeling Sil S IS; W I nion 1.S.1; W
Liberty 5; I'resl.l IS $320.60

WISCONSIN.— Vaughn .Marquis Est. snoT. 113. Chip-
pewa: Stanley 10; Presbl In. Madison: Preslil ID.
Milwaukee: Mnuitowoe ti; Milwaukee P.ethauv J S.5i>;
Calv 11.11.1; Im7.1; Westtu 7.5n; (Illnwu.'J; Iiacine S.I;
\\ aukesha 10; Presbl 10. Winnebago: Appletun Mem
C5; Fond du Lac 6.40; Oi-.i in ,, ::.1; oshkosh 1st 31 ;

Riverside 3; Wausaulo; Presbl 10 $2294.28

LEGACIES.

Estate of Lydia Brain late Springfield O SO0..$80O.
MISCELLANEOUS.

Rent & Sales 114: Board & Tuition 7. Sin. 50; Litera-
ture 1.139.3S; Mrs S B Ardis 1S5: Mrs It II Allen S.I;
Animal Meeting c.,11 S14.:;i; Keturned hv Mr Brown
(S7e; Mrs Blair .1": By Miss V M Barnes 111; CAB Sim;
M C Brown 10; Mrs II 1> Brewster 1S5; Mrs Bates 51 ie ;

friend per Rev It M Craig .S: Mrs Cnwles SI Miss



S L Conklin 4.10; Ca?
Women of Cumherl CI
Cash 4114.04; Mrs Dwi
L Easby 5; By Miss
By Rev C O Gray 135
Hopkins So; Alice Hi
(Trust Co) 410.10; Mb
Int on Bd Fund 360;
Mrs T A Leggett Son;
McMullen 3; By S .1
gor SOU; Miss II S N
Mrs R Porter 25; A fi
A S3; Miss L A Robe 2c
Returned By Miss S IS s
By Miss B Slavik 4.. In;
Smith 50; Mrs E J Tov
Mr II E Warnick Sn; -\



Williams S.I; Cash W 15; Z 2. .

Total

RECEIPTS FOR FREEHME>
VI) JC



McLean 3.75;

Conklin 2.0S;



i-.l M Gilford S3; Mrs W W
S: Mrs .1 M Hum 25; Int

E Johnston 5; F M Jones 1;
lmed by ('has Marsten 0.0.1;
- i: l: Monroe .In; Miss A E
I. nnghan Ion; Mrs T MeGre-

.x.7.1; Mrs S II Ordwny 10;
I .in; Miss E M Prichard 7.1;

■fund 2 1.00: G P Keevs .".I. .10;
rland 1.1. .Miss I! Slavik 1;
C C Selden Son; Mrs W W
id 4; Miss J II Woodside In;
V S Wensley SO; Miss K



ATLANTIC— Hodg

BALTIMORE— Baltimore: Ball
IIMHR.13; Iiampden .1; Mrs J B M
tie: Pt Deposit S; Wilmington Wis
ington City



$12804.97
$35611.13

FOR APRIL, MAY,

', 190T.

$1.



d 10; Central
45. New Cas-
Zi.m 10. Wash-
rdale 5; Wash-
ington ry Covenant [7. S3; Canleu Mem 1; New York

AvBISB 2.7.1; Westmr.l; Presbl 1 $119.50

CALIFORNIA— Benecia: Areola l.:S5; Fulton 1; C
5: Mendociiin 2.dll; Napa 1. Sn; San U:i fuel 17 : Santa
Rosa 3; St Helena :i. Los Angeles; A Ilia ml.ra In; Azllsa

5; Hollvw 14 1n; La.Iollal; Long Bench IC 1.50; S

Los Angeles 1st C S.5o; Bethany C 1 : Bethesda 3.35;



Boyle IBs in; Oentr:
Highland Park S In; 1
S3: South l'ark 5; Pa



kc:



and



.33;



1.10 x.-, :



Riverside Arlington 5, i
5. Sacramento: Chieo
2.50; Vacavillc.1. I
li'olly Tark 5: Lebanon H
Jose: Boulder Cr 1: Los
5; San Jose 1st Pri S !
Skylamls S. Santa Barb
2; S2; 2.25; Monti.
Santa Barbara 3; CI; S
1.S5. San Joaquin: low]
Modesto 3; Oak. lab- 1 ;

CANADIAN— Kiamb hi

CATAWBA— Cape Fea
Timothy Hurling Mission
Elliott So; MrDMTbor

COLORADO— Boulder:
La Porte 1: Sterling 3
North 4. Pueblo: Cat
22.5(1; 2d 2; Lamar S 7
Pueblo Mesa WE is 75:
S 3.52

ILLINOIS?— Alton: \
2. Bloomington: I'.emei



75c; C 1.50;



Ottawa: Bro,.kf3; Mendo
Slrcalor 3; Sandwich 2.
1'iiinev 7; Peoria Grace 5;

BateslO.

INDIANA— Crawfordsville: Attic
lah 6; Clinton 1; Crawfor.lsv 1st 1
5; Fowler 1.75; Lafayette 1st In;
Romney 0.50. Fort Wayne: Fort
M; Presbl 11. Indianapolis: Green
Indianapolis 2d S; Mem 5; Tabernii
Logansport: Bethel 1; Bethlehem 3'
ton 3; C.'S; Concord 2.75; Hammond
CIIVP Cir fjii; Logansp 1st Mrs C Gn
Meadow Lake 1.50; Michigan City
9.35; S I..; Remington 2.90; C 1
Rochester 1.5(1; South Bend 1st 10;
1.50; Valparaiso 3.07. Muncie:
Peru 4.07. New Albany: Bedford .'



Vincennes 5.15. White Water:
College Corner 2.00; Connersv 1st 2 I
mony 1.25; Kingston S 5; Mt Carmi
Richmond 1st 5; Rushy 2; Shelbyy
IOWA— Cedar Rapids : Anamosa
1st 59.54: C 11.25; olivet 1.25; W
YW 12.50; Marion 19. Corning:
Oak 5; Sidney 1.40. Council Blul
1; Woodbine 0. Dubuque: Cnggm
1st S 12; Manchester 2: Oelweln 7.
roll 6; Germanial; Grand Junction
Fairf3.50; Keokuk Sd 3; Martins],
1st 2; N London 1; (Ittumwa E En
Iowa City: Crawfordsy 1; Iowa



Peoria: Canton MW 20;
Yates City S 5. Sm-ingfield:

$592.75

Attica 4; Bethel 0; Beu-
sv 1st lo; YL 1.25; Delphi



Montezuma 3.50;
1.50; Scott

Bid He Cr 05



Side 3.25; Stoi






.1.0.1.



Waterloo:

vic'iiYiii's.'.

Elliugha



Sioux City:
Morning



High-



KANSAS— Emporia
land: Atchison, 1st -

Larned: Arlington SSe.V TlaTstead' 3 ; M
fling 5. Neosho: Chctop:i4; Garnett 1.5

U'aAcrly HI. Osborne: (isbnrneS;
Rogers So; Wakoeney 1.45. Topeka

$159.2!

Warren Meml Kin. Iran

$103.0(

n Arbor 3.3.1; Detroit Is
l.-i; liNi.i; Sil Ave 4; Forest Ave WW 7.111; Fort S'
W I, O.S.I; Meml.1; St Andrews 1; Seovel Mem] 0: Ml

Clemens 1; Pontine.'!: White Lake 1. Flint: Flints
Lapeer 85c. : Marlette 1st 6.60; S
Fell I mi 1st 5.75. Grand Rapid;



KENTUCKY— Louisville :



sylv



MICHIGAN— Detroit:



1.50; Ii'um-
Riclimniid C
Phillipsb in;



1st



L K Y W



3.1



C 1.50; Ionia 5.50
perior: Ford Hiy

Munis], ig S 5. La
lyn 7; Homer

Oneida 3.50. Moni

J"lieSV 3: M 'lie

SOI; E Jordan 4
Innw Cy 1 ; McBa
inaw: Alma 12.5

Ave 3 XS

MINNESOTA— j



MISSOURI— K



Lake Su-

5; isrook-



1.3.1; Iinleiienilonee 3.11; MellieT

2. Ozark: Ash Or S. 1; earth-
.Toplin 1 Y W 2.00: Bethany 5;



$241.35

Ittc 1st 5311;

alls 1st 7.50.



2 SO



RECEIPTS OF WOMAN'S BOARD



Smart 72c; 1.20;

, Indian 2.50; " '

Crestonl.4!.; Florence 1.93; Lyons



Helena; Boulder 1.80; Bozeman 5.30; Helena Is M.o.c

NEBRASKA— Box Butte: Scots Bluff C 2.50; Valen-
tin, 1 so; CI. Hastings: An,-,.,-., l.on; C 5"c ; Culbert-
s.,n C 5"c; I-M car 3; Hansen C 5oe; Superior l.sti; I l.So.
Kearney: Central Oy 7.50; 02.51. ; l-iillorl 0.25 : Kearney
7' No Platte 1": C2.25; Shell. ml; SI Edwards ..: \ , ""d
River 4. NebraskaC.ty: Alc.Nanilrial.2o; A. »n, 1
lie-iiri,..- 1-t 11 2m Filler -I; Faii-bury 1.0"; lulls i.ti
;i, Gr,Ual.il.2o: Lined,, 1st 21.1"; 205: Palmyra
UN,',; Pawnee City 4: Pla.tsm,.,uth 1st 3.16 Tamoraioc;
Tceun.sohr,; ItieaO.ie: York 2. Niobrara: Han M >
1 ■•.-,• Laurel 2 .so; C 1.25: Lynch CI. so; Madison so-
03.10; O'Neill CI; render 1. 00; s
WakefCl.lo; Wayne 4; Winnebago
Omaha: Colon 1. so; Crcston 1.45; Il<
so,-' Marietta 2.10; Monr.n-l.o2; Omaha 1st 2i ..... ...

,;• •.■!,! 1.2": l:,.h.-n,ian 1.2": Clifton Hill 1 2": lo.ndce
12u- Km.Nll.oo; Kl-,2; I...we Av 2.s.i; \\ ostmr 1 1 si;
Scl.uvler3.2"; Silver Crl; So Omaha 0,00; Ichcu.,:, .-■
Waterloo 3.73 $248.38

NEW JERSEY— Jersey City: lluokciisack 5: Jersey

City 2d 10; Westmr 5; I la 1.S2: Pales,,,, East

Sid',- 2" Ituthcrfoni 5. Morris and Orange: (In.tl.ain
5; E orange 1st 50; Mrs Bissell 1" ; Kiln.™ S lo;
Man, i AvS5"; Morrist 1st 2o. Newark: <aldw,dll..
Muntclair Trinity 5; Central 15; South Park ... I. ; \\ck-
lilTe LA 5. New Brunswick: Trenton ..d 1... 5th S.
Newton: La Fayette S 1.22; Newton ,22.25 .West Jer-
sey: Camden Grace S 5; Gloucester City S 2.o". .$290.96

NEW YORK— Albany: Albany 1st 0.10: 3d 5; 4th
1S.50; Menands Beth 34c; W End 1.07; State St 4.,.o9;
An. s. or, lain 2,1 s. 34; Emnil 7.5" ; B.illston Spa ..<•: LI L
I-..I ::«■; Glnversv 1st Sffi; Kingsl. 1.17 ; Johns, own 1.1.0:
WI1 LOT; Saratoga Spgs5.S5; 2.1 1 .13; Schenectady _ ,_t
4 10 S5.0S; VI. It 25.54: State St 2.S5; I .,.-.. - ....
Binghamton: Cortland 11M cc Ch Aid 25. Boston: An-
trim LMf 4: Host,.,, East 15; 1st 12: LMl r,;Roxl.ury
10; Scotch 4: Haverhill 3.75: Newport..: Ijuoic.v-. ..o.
Brooklyn: llr....klvn 2d 5: Ouryea S 2.. .70. Buffalo
Buffalo Lafayette 42; A friend 1. Cayuga: Auburn -il
lo; Weedsport 10. Champlam: Topper Lake S- .-..In.
Chemung: Big l-Tnls :;. Eltulra Lake ., ; Horsoheads ...
Geneva: Geneva No 10.25; Naples J 2.50. .Genesee:

Allien SS.sti; Bergen lo; I Roy lo; Pcrry_20. Long

Island: Amagans '■ :: ' ' < '■ '•■

Moriches 1: Outchogue 0; 1015; E Ilainpton 1, E Moi-



lchesl- S°95 - Franklinvl- Greenpl; Mattituck 1
Mlddloi l.Oio'sng Harbor 1; Setauketl; Shelter Isl ' •

15; Southampton 35; South Haven 1 ;
ham. .ton 2 4o- i aphank 1. Lyons:
14.50; Wolcott 13. Nassau
10; Islip S 10



$23.46

Irande C 2.10. Pen-
diantioc. Portland:

,-illu 50c: Mt Tabor

55. 4S; Co; 3.155c;

Kill St 1; Miz,pah5;

Vcrn.m 1.35. South-

__, Grant's Pass Bethany

C 2; Mrs J Hathaway 5; Medfoid 1st 2. Willam-

Albany Bds 1



3.90. Oklahoma: Valliant 15. ...
OREGON — Grande Ronde: La I
dleton: Irregoii3l>c: Ematilla. In
Astoria 1st 7.S5; Bethany 1; Monta
2; Oregon City 1st 2; Portland 1st
C3.50; 4th 3; Forbes 6.35; Mars
Westmr 7; C 2; Tulatiu Plains
ern Oregon: Bandon 1st C



Southold 1. West-
lunius 1 ; Palmyra

on 2.50; Elniburst

Jamaica 20; Germans 2; Northport

.„, Smithtownlo. New York: New York: 4th Av

VW lo- 5th Av YW loo; Calvary 25; Central o".M.;
Madison S,| 15; M,,rnillgsi.le5; Mt Tabor 2. Ma.hson Av
-10 5O- Sctch 5.17. Niagara: Albion 4..; I is _•.,; I.s
25- SCL20.25; Niagara Falls 1 st 9; Freshl 10 ; Lew 1st
f,; No T.mawaiHla 8. North River: Newberg Innm n,
Pine Plains 5. St Lawrence: Adams 2; Carthage 2,

Canton 2 5..; t: nioir 12: Potsdam 3.7... _ Steuben:

Av,,ca2; Bath 3.50; Belmont 2: Canaseraga o; S ...-.;
Cauls,.-,. 2o; Corning 27. Syracuse: (anaslola l.s.i.
mi. on lo; syra.-us,. 1st lo; S4.29. Troy: Green Islh
is; Iloosick Falls 2o ; Troy 2d 2"; 2d St .,". TJt ca:

I: yl.,; Clinton 25: Co: Sampioit lo; I Oca. Olivet

Mrs Parker Cl 1"; Verona SMS 4.55; Pri S 1 ..... .West-
chester: Bridgeport lo; 1LMI) 1. Croton Palls ooc:
Greenwich::; H'arrison C 5 ; katonahl", MJ K ls.-o I....I
Ml \'cr,,..n 10.0": C-5; New It,, -he lo 1st .'., : 4th Av C
5; North Av 6.25; OssinlnglO; PeekskiB 1-', . .\ 1 1st
,V-.M1„; Pelham Manor.5: Bye 2": SoSalcn WlI.So;
St a nifo id 25; White Plains 10; Yonkers Westmr 5 2 ..

Miss Hello's SCI 175; I in nil 5 $1534.43

NORTH DAKOTA— Oakes : La Moure 1.50. Pembina:

Mint., 5 * 6 ' 60

Mid.llcp 1. Chillicothe: Prcsbl 5.
Cincinnati 2d S; 3.121; Central 1; Mohawk
„, Walnut Hills 1st 13.50; College Hill 5; O j'londale
35.. IlartNvoll 2; Madisonvl; Monterey 1.2.; New

Kid,,,. 1 5.5o; Norwood 3.70; YP 1.50; 111.™

1 ■>-,- Wvoinim-5 Cleveland: Akron 1st 6: Ashtabula
sin- Cleveland 2,1 15; Case Av 5 •jo; Euclid Av 15.45;
u'ld si,',,,,. l Columbus: Columbus Central lo; Broad
si ; ; si ('pii- \v 5 Dayton: Bethel S 2.01 : Hayton
'istll; 3.1 Si CM 1": Men 5; Field, or In": Middle., list
,; Seven MilcOMSS; Springf 2.1 2": Ms. , 2., ; .a ^9.
Lima: Ada 5: BlulTton 2 so; V upnknncta lo. Mahon-
ing Canton 1st 4 S3; OS; 0alv4.s2; Ellsworth 7; B
",!,,,■.:; I.isb,„i4.r,n; NWa.crf7.5o; Scbrlng
.'. v.„„,os, Is, s 11.25: Prcsbl 1520 Maumee: Ant-

,„,, ,; p.rvan 4; No Baltimore s; Toledo 3d 6; V>

n v 1 'Marion: Prcsbl 1.-..92. Portsmouth: Jackson 4.
Steubenville: E Liverpool 1st 55; Jcwett 5.6s; Mingo
5- New Philadelphia S.5o; ScioS; Toronto S.5..; 1 hnclis-
, ille-s 51 Wcllsvilh-2.15. Wooster: Polk 2; Wooster
1st -l" "d'vuN 15- Westmr 10.40; Wayne 2.50. Zanes-
ville:' BrlghtonB; Granville 7; Mushlnguni 1 ; Newar|

2nd MC 5

OKLAHOMA— Enid: Alva



Brownsv J 12c; Corvallis
2; Dallas 2; Eugene 3; lid 2; Gervais r.nc: McMi.mvl;
Cl.oo; Newport C 5; Salem lo; Cl.so; Woodhurii soc;

Zcna 2oe; $157.05

PENNSYLVANIA— Blairsville: Beulah 5.50; P.lairsv
|2.ol: Bra, block YE lo; Calvary 4; Col.gruit.v5: Derry
1750- J. .host 1st 50; YL2o; New Kensington S 10;
Parnassus 5; C 2.50; Puke Bun 0. SI, 6.12; Winl.er 15.
Butler: Allegheny 2; Butler 1st YL 2: Concord, lo;
ir.,,ii,.,vS:: Grove city 4. on; Zclionople o; West-
Carlisle: Big Spring 25; Bl,.„mt'YLo; Pauph.nSS. c

1.10; Gettvsb.o: Grec. , castle C 5; IlarrM, I iivi-ll

Markets., -MB lo: S25.21: Pine St S 20.24: JS10.2";
u.vc 5; Nlr S, nucleus , 1 5; Mrs Boyd's Cl 3». P.ctbany
Cl- Lebanon 4th St C 5; Merccrsl. 5.41 : Mlddleto;
2.55; PaxtonYI'5; I' 2.22; Silver Spr 4 Chester:

Coalesv2; Fa gas Man,, r 17.50 ; Malvern I- F 2; Strafford
5 Wavtie II Newt, , n M Co: West Chester \\ estmr S.

Clarion: ' Aca.lciuia 2; Ibthesda 15. 5u; E Brady 6; Em-
lent. m YP 10; Pu.iNsutawney 2; Prcsbl 10. Erie: Mcudv
lst , I. 45: Oil City 1st YL 5; Titusv S lo: 1 tica ,..: .
Huntingdon: Alexandria S 3; Altoona 1st YL 12;
,!,,,. 2". H'olli.laysb lo; Huntingdon 5: YE5: Lower
Spruce Cr S3: PtBoyalS; Sinking \ alley S 3; G 2;
Tiro. .1-2": SB -15; S15; W Kishaco.piillas 7. Klttan-
ning: Slat,- Lick 5; Prcsbl 5. Lackawanna: Athens
2o; M„nr..etou5; Sera ..ton 2,1 S 5o; Wilkes Barre 1st
45 Lehigh: Eas.,,.i Brail,, I'd I'nioll 11; College 1 1 ill
lo- So Bethlehem 4. Northumberland: LcwisbYWS;
I.„;-k Haven 4. Philadelphia: Phila 1-t WGCS 5: Beth-
lehem Y I' 10; Princeton on; Woodland 34.6b; Bs .:..,..
Pittsburg: Amity 4: Avalon45: B.-aver 29; Bdl.os;
Ben Av.u.15; Belief 46.07 ; Bethany 5. 17; Bethel lo;
Bright. .n lid 15.51; Canonsb Cen S.70; Central 0.S5;
Cl.artiers 5.50; C,,r,,apolis HE 65"; Craft, m 6.50; E
liberty 95- E End 52.2.5; Edgew V P 10 ; Pittsl. 1st loo;
\lleghciiv 1st 50; Eiuleyv 3.o0; Fricn.lship Ay 11. OS;
Glenf Mrs Fult.m Eos; Hawthorne
6.27; Herron Av 6.17; Highland S
Hotiiew Av 3.35; Ingram 2.2s
9.25; Manchester 1S.14 "'
1S.67; McDonald 7 ""



OHIO — Athens:



4.02; Hazelw
tead 7.80;
Lnwrenecv 9; Lebanon
Melrose Av 2; McClure Av
MillvSl.c: Moiioi.gahcla 1"; Moni-
ingsiiie 1 .45; Mt Washingt 15; North 17 45; Neville Isl
1 os- o„k moii t 25; Park Ay 10.5s; providence l.os;
Point Breeze 45; Second 17: Sewickley 12.511; Shady
Side ls.5o; Shields 10; Sixth 11.54: Tabernacle 20.07 ;
Tal-entum 13; Third 61 ; Valley Viewl.f.s; Watson Mem
1"- Blip 5 25; Westmr 56c; Wilkinsb Cal 4. Shenango:
Hopewell 5: New Brighton 25; New Castle 1st Helena
10 Washington: Burgettst4: GC2 5"; Cross I r E\\
s; I'nityC2; I'pper Buffalo 21: MSB. 5: Washingt 1st
115.75; Illlr 7 "
17.40; GG 3.75

SOUTH DAKOTA— Aberdeen: BrItton3; Castlew 4
Groton 13; Picrpont 3; Sisseton 1; C 2; Veblen 1

Southern Dakota: Caiiistota 9; Parker 2 .$38

TENNESSEE— Chattanooga: Chattanooga
French Board: Banks 1.06;
MemC2; Laura Sunderland c

I.'opeW

$45.01
1.25; Parma 2;
1; Idaho Falls

no: S 2.50. . -J 39 - 8 1
WASHINGTON— Bellingham Bay: Anacortes 2; Bel-
Hngham2; Fairhai en 2; Maple Fall- 1; N,,..k Sack C i.n"
J 14c. Central Washington: Ellensb 6;
Kennewick 1.60: Jl; Kioua2.75; Natcbes2: N
2.50; C3.60; Suunyside 2.40. Olympia: Buc
Centralis 1st 1.54; Cln-halis 1.55; I ilympia 1st -toe; j.»-
coma 1st 6; Imm 6.45; C 5.50; Westmr 1; C 50c; Van-
couver Mem 1. Puget Sound: Auburn 2; Brighton 1.64;
PtBlakelevl: Seattle 1st 33.04; I 1.20; Calv 2.50;
Westmr is'.55; C5; J Dept S 16. Spokane: Bethel 50c.
Walla Walla: Grangev 1.20; Kamlah 2d Indian 1.20;
Moscow 3; No. Fork Indian 40c; Palonse Bethany 80c:

Walla Walla 4.50 $150.78

WEST VIRGINIA— Wheeling: Forks of WheeMnj

BSB.12: Vance Mem S 6; OC 5

WISCONSIN— Chippewa: Ashland 10

J-inesy 1st 5- Kilboiirn 1.75; Madison Christ 3.67. Mil-
waukee: Manitowoc 1; Milwaukee Bethany J 2; Cal-
virv C 5 5S Westmr 2.5o; Ottawa 1: Waukesha 5.
Winnebago: Fond du Lac 2.40; Marshf 10; Oshkosh 1st



Lancaster H .



Burnsv S4e; Dorlnnd

Union: Ft. Sanders

!rw Prot 5; Know 2d

Rockf 5oc; Shannon. laic 9;

S Know l.lo; St Paul's 1.50

UTAH.— Boise: Boise 1st S 18;

Payette S 2.3o. Kendall: Frankl

T "gbv5. Utah:



Is. 5.5o:



3.20;



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cleg

$13.



MuskoBoe:



Tulsa



$54.90
MISCELLANEOUS.

Mrs Robert rorter 25; per Mrs M A Wilson 5: "Z"
■' Miss Morton 5: Two Ladies 2; Various solir.-es n,-r
1,-s MA Wilson 20.02; Mrs H Blair 75 -.*i*?-??

TOTAL



8978.51



HOME MISSION MONTHLY



OCTOBER, 1907



EDITORIAL NOTES




Jl New Season of Service

\GAIN the Home Mission Monthly records a success. Its many
friends joined so heartily in the movement to make this a Litera-
ture Year by securing new subscribers and by the use of the maga-
zine in the monthly meetings, that the impulse has been felt all
along the line in increased subscriptions in each State.

Now comes a new season of active effort, for at this time
societies take a new and yet more vigorous hold upon the work they have learned
to love, and whose dignity and importance lift it well above the level of ordinary
affairs. Our Land for Christ has come to be shrined in many a heart as a govern-
ing motive. To inform, to enthuse, to unify those already in the work, to win
the allegiance of yet others, is the magazine's purpose. It is not a day too early
to begin the new season of service. Commence now to secure renewals, to regain
lapsed subscribers, to win new names ! It will insure another year of success — a
better informed constituency and a full treasury.



NOTHING but the sincerest sympathy
and liveliest Christian interest has
ever been expressed in these col-
umns for the rank and file of Mormons
who hold a sincere but mistaken belief in
the teachings of Mor monism — nor, indeed,
have we little other than the same regard
for those who, though undeceived, find
themselves in the vexatious toils of a sys-
tem which to throw off means heroic dis-
regard of consequences to themselves and
their families, socially and financially. But
for the wily leaders of that defiling and
despotic system no honest mind can en-
tertain either confidence or respect.

The statement has before been made in
these pages, that our attitude toward
Mormonism is not that of combating
individuals, as such, but as speaking with
no uncertain sound when the duty is
placed upon us of laving bare the baseness
of a system that, masquerading in the
name of pure religion and undefiled,
pollutes the purest springs of life, debases
the conscience, defiles the home, saps
the foundations of independent action
morally and politically, and that threatens
to speedily dominate our National Govern-

lcnt.



There exists much inevitable confusion
in the mind of the general public conse-
quent upon the action of Congress in re-
taining Reed Smoot in the Senate ; while
the voting of fifteen thousand dollars by
that body to the Utah Senator to reim-
burse him for the expenses of his defence in
the investigation procedures, adds still
further to the exultation of tiie Mormon
hierarchy. Plainly, political ends have
been allowed to dominate the situation.
J-
At this somewhat discouraging juncture
the question comes to the front, what
next? The answer is, a Constitutional
Amendment which shall disfranchise polyg-
amists. The Mormons contend that
this is an unnecessary "persecution," yet,
as somewhat inconsistent with such asser-
tions, they are using all the power they
can command to prevent the passage of
such a measure, or at least to see to it
that it is so shorn of power ;is to be prac-
tically harmless — as there is great danger
that it may be.

J-

The articles showing the Iron Grip of
Mormonism upon the young, and ulti-
mately upon adult followers of the hier-
archy, have been especially written for our



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EDITORIAL NOTES



columns by Mr. C. E. Arney, who is in
charge of the Idaho Scimitar, a new
weekly magazine shortly to be published
in Idaho by Ex-Senator DuBois. The
paper will deal more directly with the
Mormon question than with any other
one subject, with the purpose of its elimina-



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