; ,.^. .^i^xs^mmaalL^ ^^ The Northern Pacific Railway Is the PIONEER LINE to and through the NORTHWEST. Of the seven and a half millions of population in the SEVEN NORTHERN PACIFIC STATES, 75% is native born American, coming from nearly or quite every State in the Union. The conditions are unsurpassed with regard to Trans- portation, Soil, Water, School, Crop, Dairy, Poultry, Bees and Climate. Practically all religious denominations are represented there. You can make a new home upon irrigated or unirrigated land as you choose. Fruits, grains, grasses, and root crops all do well and — MARK THIS — CORN IS GROWN SUCCESSFULLY IN EVERY NORTHERN PACIFIC STATE. In attending the next Annual Meeting of the Church of the Brethren at Seattle, be certain that your ticket reads over the Northern Pacific at least one way. You will in this way see the Mississippi Valley and the Minnesota Lake Park Region; the wheat fields of the Red River Valley and the wide flax and other grain fields of the North Dakota prairies; the beau- tiful Yellowstone Valley of Montana where the government is reclaiming large areas; the wonderful Gallatin Valley, where clover and alfalfa flourish; the Bitter Root, Clark Fork and Flathead Valleys, the home of grains, veg- etables, cherries and apples; the prolific Spokane region; the Big Bend grain country of Idaho and Washington; the famous Yakima and Kittitas Valleys and the attractive dairy and small fruit districts of Puget Sound. In a scenic way the Northern Pacific country is unsurpassed. Rivers, lakes, mountains, fertile valleys, craggy canyons are seen and admired. Don't forget — have your ticket read through St. Paul-Minneapolis and over The Northern Pacific Railway A. M. CLELAND QaJrif Paul MSnn L. J. BRICKER General Passenger Agent 00.1111 r dUl, iVIllia. General Immigration Agent Literature will be gladly »ent to any addresa, free, upon request Union Pacific Offers you a number of advantages that you should bear in mind when planning your trip to the Seattle Convention. Its route lies through the richest section of the West, both in agri- cultural wealth and scenic beauty. A large portion of the line is double tracked; its roadbed is ballasted with dustless Sherman Gravel, and you are afforded the protection of Automatic Electric Block Safety Signals. These and a number of other features have given to the Overland Route its title Standard Road of the West The Union Pacific operates two splendidly equipped trains to the Pacific Northwest every day. The latter part of the route lies for 200 miles along the majestic Columbia River which unfolds a constantly chang- ing panorama of unexcelled natural beauties. Travelers to the Pacific Northwest may, at a slight additional cost, make a side trip from Pocatello to Yellowstone National Park where are gathered myriads of wonders a few of which are geysers, waterfalls, beau- tifully colored rock formations, bubbling pools, hot and cold water in close proximity, snow capped mountains and other attractions that never fail to interest. A complete tour of the Park can be made in 5 days — shorter tours for those who have less time to spare. Park season, June 16 to Sept. 16. ror literature relative to the Pacific Northwest and Yellowstono National Park, and information relative to train service, sleeping: car reservations, stopover privileg-es, side trips, etc., call on nearest Union Pacific representative, or address W. S. BASINGER General Passenger Agent OMAHA, NEB. CHURCH OF THE BRETHREN CONFERENCE Seattle, Washington June 18-28, 1914 The 1914 Conference of the Church of the Brethren, to be held in Seattle, Washington, June 18th to 28th, 1914, inclusive, will be one of the most interesting meetings of the Conference ever held. Plan to attend the annual meeting and journey via the "ORIENTAL LIMITED" "THE OREGONIAN Daily Train from Chicago, St. Paul Daily Train from St. Paul, and Minneapolis Minneapolis and Duluth "THE GREAT NORTHERN EXPRESS ' Daily Train from Kansas City and St. Louis I! Three daily electric lighted, modern trains to Seattle and the Pacific Coast. Excellent service and equipment — everything for the comfort and convenience of the traveler. The route is an interesting one, following the windings of the mighty Mississippi — through the Lake Park region of Minnesota — along historic old Indian trails — across the fertile prairies of the Dakotas — through the scenic Rockies of Montana, skirting the southern border of Glacier Na- tional Park, Uncle Sam's newest and only national playground on the main Hne of a transcontinental railway, for over sixty miles — over the summits of the Cascade Range and along the picturesque shores of Puget Sound. You can stop off at any point along the route of the Great Northern Railway and visit your friends and relatives if you desire. Write for new folder just issued containing detailed information regard- ing the trip. If you are interested in the agricultural advantages of the "Zone of Plenty," we will be glad to send you "FREE" illustrated book- lets telling about the many opportunities to procure a farm home in this wonderfully productive country. E. C. LEEDY General Immigration Agent St. Paul, Minn. WRITE TODAY TO C. W. PITTS General Agent 210 S. Clark St. Chicago, 111. S. LOUNSBERY General Agent 1184 Broadway New York, N. Y. H. A. NOBLE, General Passenger Agent, SAINT PAUL, MINNESOTA Panama-Pacific-Intcrnational Exf^osition San Francisco, 1915 Special All Steel Train Over America's Newest and Most Scenic Route ^i^^B^MMM^^^^^ ^HBHHH^ ^^i^H^Hi^BB^ ■HHH^M^^HimM ■BB^HBBM^l^i^ To Seattle for the 1914 Conference of the Church of the Brethren C For the accommodation of the Brethren attending the 1914 An- nual Conference, the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway has arranged to run a special train over its line — Chicago to Seattle, Washington. (I The special will leave the Union Passenger Station, Chicago, at a time and date selected to best suit the convenience of the Breth- ren, and which will be announced later. (I The equipment of the special, all-steel, all-owned and operated by the railway company, will consist of standard and tourist sleep- ing cars with the renowned " St. Paul " — " longer, higher, wider " berths, dining car and coaches. The cars will be similar to those operated on the famous transcontinental trains, "The Olympian" and "The Columbian." (I The route is over the latest built of transcontinental lines, the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway, the only line operating over its own rails all the way, Chicago to Seattle — the line that has re- vealed to the tourist a new America with new glories of scenery which for grandeur are unequalled in this country — the line that has opened to the settler millions of acres of the richest territory in the Northwest — land which costs much less and yields double that of Middle West and Eastern land. C To the traveler over this trail of steel, which the " St. Paul Road " has blazed through a new country, there is unfolded a panorama of beautiful scenes, the infinitely varied wonder of which he could not have foreseen, (I The line is the shortest between Lake Michigan and Puget Sound. It is equipped with block signals. Curves and grades have been reduced to a minimum; road bed is well ballasted throughout; the heaviest steel rails are used and the bridges are all of steel. In short, no thought, labor or expense has been spared to insure passengers the greatest degree of ease, comfort and safety while in transit. C Therefore, if you would enjoy the best, make your trip to the Northwest via the CHICAGO Milwaukee & St. Paul RAILWAY C Literature describing by word and picture the service and the scenery to be enjoyed en route to Seattle on the Brethren Special may be secured free upon request to any agent or representative of this company, or from GEO. B. HAYNES, General Passenger Agent, CHICAGO BRETHREN COLONY PRAIRIE PARK, DE SOTO COUNTY, FLORIDA PRAIRIE PARK is located ten miles from the county seat — Arcadia, a modern, growing city of 3,500 inhabitants. PRAIRIE PARK has approximately 5,000 acres of rich prairie, muck and hammock lands, with natural drainage — a few ditches will drain any of the muck portions of it. PRAIRIE PARK has a five foot vein of artesian water at 318 feet; good water for general purposes can be secured at ten feet. PRAIRIE PARK has its own Demonstra- tion Farm where vegetables, fruit trees, and foVage crops are growing while the North is being swept by blizzards. PRAIRIE PARK has rural free delivery now within one and one-half miles of the center of the townsite, PRAIRIE PARK is within five miles of the famous Joshua Creek Orange Belt, enjoying every luxury and modern convenience which will soon be extended to us. One of a hundred views in Prairie Park of open prairie and oak and palm hammocks We want Brethren families (who have at least $1,000 to begin development and first j^ear's living) to make a home with us away from silly fashion, and the allurements that are destroying young, strong, beautiful lives of service. TO THOSE BRETHREN WHO CAN SPEND ONLY THE WINTER SEASONS WITH US WE WILL GIVE: — one acre of land provided they improve same and build a house to cost not less than $100. Work and learn and reap the returns for your labor? Raise hogs and cattle without expensive barns and winter feed? Grow vegetables when you can command high mid- winter prices? Market eggs for six months of the year at forty cents per dozen? Grow oranges and grapefruit without the expense of artificial heat to prevent freezing? Live in the coolest summers and the warmest winters in the United States? P.uy orange and grapefruit land for $25 to $30 per acre that is below the danger Hne of killing frosts? Pay $500 an acre in California for citrus land 2,000 miles farther from market, and be compelled to irrigate and burn smudges? Enjoy our delightful all the year climate in this great orange country where health awaits you? Step over the threshold of opportunity in general farming, raising and mar- keting cattle, hogs, and poultry? If so write at once. All land advanced in price January 1, 1914. 75,000 acres sold during past year at $30 to $50 and not so good so\J and farther from market. C. H. SLIFER M^>«^^j^^n^j:a^i_cou>^, ARCADIA, FLA. Do You Want To m BRETHREN FAMILY ALMANAC FOR THE YEAR 1914 BEING A COMMON YEAR OF 365 DAYS ' CHRONOLCXJICAL CYCLES Dominical Letter. D Epact 3 Roman Indications 12 Golden Number 15 Solar Cycle 19 Julian Period 6627 The Jewish Era with their year 5675 commences September 20, 1914. The Mohammedan Era with their year 1333 commences November 19, 1914. MOVABLE FESTIVALS Septuagesima Sunday Feb. 8 Sexagesima Sunday Feb. 15 Quinquagesima Sunday Feb. 22 Shrove Tuesday Feb. 24 Ash Wednesday Feb. 25 Quadragesima Sunday March 1 Mid Lent March 18 Palm Sunday April 5 Maund Thursday April 9 Good Friday April 10 Easter Sunday April 12 Low Sunday April 19 Rogation Sunday May 17 Ascension Day May 21 EMBER DAYS Whit Sunday May 31 Trinity Sunday June 7 Corpus Christi June 11 1st Sunday in Advent Nov. 29 Sundays after Trinity are 24 Christmas falls on Friday, December 25 March 4, 6, 7. June 3, 5, 6. September 16, 18, 19. December 16, 18, 19. The Four Seasons or Cardinal Points Vernal Equinox, Summer Solstice. Autumnal Equinox, Winter Solstice, Sun enters T Sun enters 25 Sun enters ^^ Sun enters VJ March June Sept. Dec. 2 1 St, 22 nd, 22nd, 6 o^clock, 3 m. a. m. I o'clock, 47 m. a. m. 4 o'clock, 26 m. p. m. II o'clock. (5) Mercury is called the Governing Planet this year 15 m. a. m. morning STARS Venus until Feb. 11, after November 27 Mars until May 28 Jupiter Jan. 20 to August 4 Saturn June 13 to December 21 Mercury to Jan. 25, March 10 to May 17; July 16 to August 30; November 7 to end of year. EVENING STARS Venus Feb. 11 to November 27 Mars after May 28 Jupiter to Jan. 20, after August 4 Saturn June 13, after December 21 Mercury, Jan. 25 to March 10; May 17 to July 16; August 30 to November 7. PLANETS BRIGHTEST Mercury sets after the Sun, February 22, June 19, October 15; also rises before the Sun, April 7, Augusts, November 9; Mars, Jan. 5; Neptune, Jan. 17; Uranus, August 2; Jupiter, August 4; Venus, October 20; Saturn, December 21. ECLIPSES FOR THE YEAR 1914 In the year 1914 there will be four eclipses, two of the Sun and two of the Moon. 1. An Annular Eclipse of the Sun, February 24, invisible in America, visible In South Pacific Ocean and South Pole. 2. A Partial Eclipse of the Moon, March 11-12, visible. The beginning visible generally in Europe, Africa and North and South America; the ending visible generally in Western Europe, Western Africa, North and South America and throughout the Central, and Eastern portions oj the Pacific Ocean. Circumstances of the Eclipse: Moon enters shadow, March 11, 9 h, 41 m., p. m. ) ,,„ ,. .^ ^- .. „ r»-u^ Middle of the Eclipse, March 11 11 h 12 m. p. m. ( . mfi^^^'*.^n»c ni^rn^^^ Moon leaves shadow, March 12, 12 h, 44 m., a. m. i ^'^^^ <M*>°° « Diameter 1.0) 3. A Total Eclipse of the Sun, August 21, partly visible here as Washington is just within the eclipse limit as tne Sun rises visible in regions around the North Pole, Europe, Asia and Africa. JL ir'i ^9^ lL BRETHREN FAMILY ALMANAC. 4. A Partial Eclipse of the Moon, September 4, the beginningr visible generally in Western North America, the Pacific Ocean, Eastern Asia, Australia and Oceanica, the ending visible generally in the Central and Western portions of the Pacific Ocean, Asia, Australia, the Indian- Ocean and the extreme east of Africa. A Transit of Mercury over the Suns Disk, November 7, partly visible here, the Sun rising with Mercury on its disk. The ingress will be visible in South America generally, in Western Australia, Central and Western Asia, Europe, Africa and in South America, excepting the Northwestern portion; the egress in Southwest Europe, Africa, South America and in North America, excepting the Northwestern Portion. Characters op thb Consteli,ations. ^ ^ Aries, the Ram » ^ Taurus, the Bull n ^ Gemini, the Twins 25 Hg Cancer, the Crab ^ <^ I^eo, the Lion trjz.^ Virgo, the Virgin rO:^ Libra, the Balance tTLcfg Scorpio, the Scorpion t §^ Sagittarius, Bowman \S^ Capricornus.theGoat SS 1^ Aquarius, the Butler K S Pisces, the Fishes New Moon Astronomic Ai, Characters Explained. Full Moon 1| First Quarter Q Moon's Asc. Node, or Dragon's Head ^ Moon's Desc. Node, or Dragon's Tail ^Moon's Ascension Last Quarter <^ Moon's Descension 3) Moon iu Apogee.farthest from the Earth C Moon in Perigee, nearest to the Earth T? Saturn 11 Jupiter S Mars ©Sun C Moon $ Venus $ Mercury 0^ Earth }fi Herschel ^Neptune Planets and Aspects. d Conjunction, or planets in the same longitude 5|c Sextile, when they are 60 degrees apart D Quartile, when they are 90 degrees apart A Trine, when they are 120 degrees apart S Opposition, when they are 180 degrees apart Anatomy of Man's Body, as said to be governed by the Twelve Constellations The Headnnd Facey W^ Aries ArmSy ^ Gemini Hearty ^ Leo Reins y )^ Libra Thighs, ^ Sagittarius Legsy ^ Aquarius Neck, ^ Taurus Breastt Hg Cancer Bowels, S^ Virgo Secrets, cjjg Scorpio Knees, ^ Capricornus The Feet, 35; Pisces GET A GOOD TEACHER'S BIBLE You can have your choice of either King James' or American Revised Version. The Bible is printed from large clear type, has strong Bible paper, full list of helps and references and bound in flexible leather. We are offering it this year as a premium with a year's subscription to the Gospel Messenger for only $1.50 extra or $3.00 for both. Send your orders now. ^> \ ^ - ' BRETHREN PUBLISHING HOUSE, Elgin, J^Hnors. Bin... 1, iilinors. ^e^JTER C^ V JANUARY First Month— 31 Days 1914 anTulys IMPORTANT EVENTS ' ^a^^ Moon south h. m. Moon SUN SUN r.&s. rises sets h. m.lh. m.|h. m. 1 Thu 2 Fri 3 Sat John H. Umstad was born, 1802. Surrender of Port Arthur, 1905. Chinese Inland Mission founded, 1860. 4.11 10. 1 7.23 4.37 4.50 11. 1 7.23 4.37 5.29 11.58 7.23 4.37 m I Sunday after New Year Matthezv 2 Day's length p hours i6 min. 4 Sun 5 Mon 6 Tue 7 Wed 8 Thu 9 Fri 10 Sat Corrections for this department solicited Robert Morrison was born, 1782. Joan of Arc was born, 1412. Elder Peter Nead was born, 1796. Galileo died in Italy, 1642. Florida and Mississippi seceded, 1861. C. Schwenkfeld died, Germany, 1562. f# 1 6. 8 morn 7.22 ## 1 6.50 12.59 7.22 M 1 7.34 1.54 7.21 p^ 1 8.22 2.31 7.21 tt 1 9.15 3.34 7.20 M 11 10.12 4.42 7.20 ^ 1 11.11 5.47 7.19 4.38 4.38 4.39 4.39 4.40 4.40 4.41 2 ist Sunday after Epiphany Luke 2 Day's length p hours 22 mm. 11 Sun 12 Mon 13 Tue 14 Wedl 15 Thu 16 Fri 17 Sat 1 B. F. Heckman d. China, Jan. 12, 1913. Eld. Henry Kurtz died in Ohio, 1874. Menno Simon died in the year 1559. Prof. Edmund Halley died 1742. Edward Everett died in Boston, 1865. Edward Gibbon died in London, 1794. Benj. Franklin was born in Mass., 1706 SBsfg 3 1 morn 6.47 7.19 f# © 12.11 (L ris 7.18 ^ © 1. 9 6.43 7.17 %■ © 2. 3 8. 7.16 ^ © 2.55 9.18 7.15 %■ © 3.45 10.18 7.15 ^ © 4.32 11.22 7.14 4.41 4.42 4.43 4.44 4.45 4.45 4.46 3 2nd Sunday after Epiphany John 2 Day's length p hours 34 min. 4A7 4.48 4.49 4.50 4.51 4.52 4.53 18 Sun 19 Mon 20 Tue I 21 Wed! 22 Thu 1 23 Fri 1 24 Sat 1 C. H. Balsbaugh d. in Pa., 1909. Gen. R. E. Lee was born in Va., 1807. John Ruskin died in Brantwood_, 1900. Isaac Lawshe died in Ind., 1865. Queen Victoria died, 1901. Eld. David Long died in Ind., 1897. Eld. James R. Gish was born, Va., 1826. A c 5.21 morn 7.13 m c 6.11 12.58 7.12 m c 7. 3 1.44 7.11 #• c 7.59 2.46 7.10 #• c 8.58 3.59 7. 9 9.56 5. 6 7. 8 ^ c 10.54 6. 7 7. 7 4 3rd Sunday after Epiphany Matthew Day's length p hours 48 min. 25 Sun I Robert Burns was born, Scotland, 1759. 26 MonJBreth. church organized, Smyrna, 1896. 27 Tue 1 Tames G. Blaine died, Washington, 1893. 28 WedfAlex. Mack, Tr., born in Germany, 1712. 29 Thu 30 Fri 31 Sat E. Swedenborg born, Stockholm, 1688. Eld. Jacob F. Oiler died in Pa., 1897. C. H. Spurgeon died in France, 1892. ^ c 11.48 6.55 7. 6 ^ # !ev.38 ([sts 7. 5 ^ m 1.23 6.44 7. 4 ^ m 2. 6 7.45 7. 3 ^ m 2.46 8.46 7. 2 ^ m 3.25 9.46 7. 1 pT m 4. 4 10.46 7. 4.54 4.55 4.56 4.57 4.58 4.59 5. MOON'S PHASES, x First Quarter, 4th,. Full Moon, 12th,. Tvast Quarter, 18th,. New Moon. 26th,. Eastern States. . . 8: 09 A. M. . . . .12: 09 A. M.. . . . 7: 29 A. M.. . . . 1: 34 A. M.. . Central States. Western States. . . 7: 09 A. M 6: 09 A. M. ..11:09 P. M.., 10:09 P. M. . . 6: 29 A. M Jy. 29 A. M. ..12: 34 A. M H: 34 P. M. FOR SALE — $6,000.00 Stock of general merchandise, also store building and cottage. Will sell stock with or without buildings. Stock and buildings in A No. 1 condition Will stand the closest investigation. Might consider an exchange for land priced at cash value. Brethren's Church located here. Will give full particulars in f^rst letter to interested parties. Address, _ ,..,,. N, W. BRAMMELL, Ozawkie, Kansas. 8 tl BRETHREN FAMILY ALMANAC. Elder Lemuel Hillery. By 1. N. H. Beahm. When a giant oak is culled from the forest, the effect is striking. It takes years to fill the vancancy. So, in the for- est of men, when the ax fells a Hillery, the vacancy is appalling, and time only, under a wise Providence, can supply the equivalent of our loss. But the gates of death shall not prevail against the church of Jesus Christ. Elder Lemuel Hillery came to this life May 14, 1843, amid the beauties of Fred- Eld. ILenxuel Hillery. erick County, Md. He died at Goshen, Ind., Aug. 31, 1912, at 8 P. M. The fatal malady was ursemic poisoning. Bro. Hillery suffered greatly from the effects of soldier life, and appeared much older than he was. He died at the age of six- ty-nine years, three months and seven- teen days. Eld. Hillery was one of a family of six. He was married to Mary Nicholson, of Marshalltown, Iowa, Nov. 13, 1866. This marriage was blessed with four girls and one boy. His second marriage was to Aloretta Nihart, at Middlebury, Ind., April 15, 1890, and gave the race one rnore — a daughter. A third marriage was to Mina Cripe, of Goshen, Ind., Sept. 21, 1895, who survives him. Sister Cripe Hillery proved a most capable and ten- der nurse in the great afflictions of her husband's declining years. Bro. Hillery was baptized by the Brethren in April, 1865. He was chosen to the ministry at Marshalltown, Iowa, in October, 1865. In 1881 he was ordained to the eldership. Bro. Hillery was a typical pioneer preacher, and succeeded in the organiza- tion of sundry congregations of Breth- ren throughout the West. He was laid to #rest at Goshen Sept. 3, 1912. Bro. W. R. Deeter then preached to a large concourse of people from 1 Cor. 15. The writer heard Bro. Hillery first at Sams Creek, Md., in the ordination of Bro. Wm. Franklin to the eldership in 1885, just twenty-eight years ago. He made a marked and favorable impression at that time. He has been remembered vividly and loved strongly ever since in a very special way by the author of these lines. His eye was a veritable searchlight of psychic power. The music of his voice in richness and resonance was captivat- ing. His memory was a treasure-house. His flow of words was a river of delight. His logic was strong. His description was vivid. His insight of men and things was keen and clever. He had a marvel- ous power in delineating human charac- ter. He had a most discerning vision of gospel truth. He was a modern Elijah. He was valiant in the exposition of truth. He was scathing and terrific in denuncia- tion of evil. His oratory was a psychic Niagara. His fund of story and anec- dote was the best that the writer ever met. An ample description of his life in book form would be a literary and spiritual feast. #) FEBRUARY Second Month — 28 Days 1914 Weeks and Days IMPORTANT EVENTS I Moons I and Signs Moon south Moon I SUN I SUN r. &s. I rises I sets m. h. m.ih. m.|h. m. 5 4tJi Sunday after -Epiphany Matthew 8 Day's length lo hours 2 mm. 1 Sun 2 Mon 3 Tue 4 Wed 5 Thu 6 Fri 7 Sat Eld. Quinter born, Philadelphia, 1816. Mexican War ended, 1848. Horace Greeley, born in N. H., 1811. Eld. Daniel Vaniman was born, 1835. D. L. Moody was born in Mass., 1837. Eld. John Forney died in Kans., 1895. Chas.* Dickens, born in England, 1812. P^ M ^^ 1 4.44 5.26 6.12 7. 2 7.56 8.54 9.53 11.45 morn 12.48 1.50 2.38 3.29 4.28 6.59 6.58 6.57 6.56 6.55 6.54 6.53 6 Septuagesima Sunday Matthew 20 Day's length 10 hours 16 min. 8 Sun 9 Mon 10 Tue 1 11 Wed 12 Thu 13 Fri 14 Sat Russo-Japanese war begun, 1904. W. H. Harrison was born in Va., 1773. Fall of Roanoke Island, 1862. Daniel Boone was born in Pa., 1735. Abraham Lincoln was born in Ky., 1809 Admiral Porter died, Washington, 1891 VVm. T. Sherman died, N. Y. Cy., 1891 Luke 8 © © © © %■ %■ ^ 10.52 11.49 morn 12.43 1.35 2.25 3.15 5.27 6.15 D ris 6.55 8.14 9.27 10.42 6.52 6.51 6.50 6.48 6.47 6.46 6.44 5. 8 5. 9 5.10 5.12 5.13 5.14 5.16 7 Sexagesima Sunday Day's length 10 hours 34 min. 15 Sun 16 Mon 17 Tue 18 Wed 19 Thu 20 Fri 21 Sat Galileo was born in Italy, 1564. Philip Melanchthon born, Baden, 1497. Columbia was burned, 1865. Martin Luther died in Saxony, 1546. Alex. Mack, Sr., died in Pa., 1735. Henry Drummond died in Surrey, 1860 Santa Ana born in Jalapa, Mex., 1795. Luke 18 ^ ^^ € 4. 6 4.59 5.55 6.53 7.51 8.48 9.43 11.59 morn 12.57 1.45 2.59 3.59 4.52 6.43 6.42 6.41 6.39 6.38 6.37 6.36 5.17 5.18 5.19 5.21 5.22 5.23 5.24 8 Quinquagesima Sunday Day's length 10 hours 52 min. 22 Sun 23 Mon 24 Tue 25 Wed 26 Thu 27 Fri 28 Sat Geo. Washington born in Va., 1732. John Q. Adams died, Washington, 1848. Christopher Sower II. baptized, 1737. Fuhon died (day before) N. Y., 1815. Victor M. Hugo was born, 1802. Longfellow was born in Maine, 1807. Eld. A. H. Puterbaugh d. in Ind., 1903 '.^ c 10.23 5.33 6.34 A ® 11.20 6. 4 6.33 A. ® ev.30 Dsts 6.32 A # 12.43 6.36 6.31 X m 1.23 7.35 6.29 ^ ® 2. 2 8.36 6.28 ## m 2.41 9.35 6.27 5.26 5.27 5.28 5.29 5.31 5.32 5.33 MOON'S PHASES. Eastern States. Central States. "Western States. First Quarter. 3ra |: || A. M 4: 32 A M . 4: |2 A. M. Full Moon, 10th, .no * 4t q 9Q a at 2- 2.^ A M krw' ^'ilT- V/tt.v.-.v.v.v. 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He always seemed so fatherly and helpful to a young and needy fellow worker in the gospel ministry. Truly, an Apollos has passed from among us! A mighty one in Israel has been gathered unto his fathers! Sister Edyth Hillery Hay, of Spring- dale, Ark., has paid the following beau- tiful tribute to the memory of her fa- ther: " What would we take for our memo- ries? Who can estimate their value? While it is far from wise to live always in the past, yet certain memories may prove a powerful stimulus to present-day activ- ities. " First, last, and always the very least I can say of my father is this: He has ever been my ideal of true manhood in Christ Jesus. "In his home he was kind, yet firm; gentle, yet unrelenting in his convic- tions of right and wrong; sympathetic — very much so in his latter days — his con- cern for his loved ones being almost pa- thetic. His one regret seemed to be the care he caused my dear mother on ac- count of his bodily infirmities. He bore his misery bravely, and felt the deepest regard for the one who so patiently sought to ease his every pain. " As a minister of the Gospel he was well known, his fearless courage in pro- claiming the plain, unpolished truth be- ing very characteristic. He was loyal to a degree seldom seen. In fact, some thought him too stern and uncompro- mising. Was he? Let God judge. For my part, I can only repeat: He was my ideal of true manhood in Christ Jesus. " This is a poor tribute. Only those who have lost so noble a father can ap- preciate the aching void that is left in the heart!" Again, in a letter of later date, Sister Hay says: "Father was a man of very strong likes and dislikes, — that is, in a certain way. He loved every one, — had the greatest concern for the salvation of every soul. But there were some for whom he had ' esteem that was almost surpassing. I sometimes think he was partial to a certain extent." Bro. Hillery was not a man of affairs. He was a preacher of unusual gift and power.' He was an orator of rarest type. He was a Christian philosopher. ' Look at that apostolic face! Beneath that impressive physiognomy lay a greater fire of genius. He was at one time not only a soldier of carnal warfare, but as well a Mason of high degree. When he accepted Christ he withdrew for conscientious and scriptural reasons, and became a bold and strong defender of the all- sufficiency of the church as an agency of social development, beneficent work, and religious opportunity. Organic, oath- bound secrecy to him was unnecessary and wrong. He was a master in present- ing the openness and freedom of Chris- tianity, as opposed to secretism. Once upon a time he was invited to preach some distance from home, in the pioneer West. The place was a de- serted church — deserted because the ministers of that denomination had been ill treated by being carried around astride fence rails, and such like. They were really thus driven away. It be- came a place of rowdies — or was. Bro. Hillery accepted the call. He was later informed of the perilous in- cident upon going there to preach. He told his wife of the case. She told him if he was afraid to go he should " stay by the stuff," and she would go. This he could not resist. He braced up. He went. As he drew near the church he found the river too high to ford. He ar- ranged for his horse, and boated across. The hour came. A fair-sized audience was present. He opened the meeting. He took his text, and began preaching. Very soon he observed five or more heads together, and engaged in conver- sation. Soon they arose and made for the door, near the pulpit. 11 # MARCH Third Month — 31 Days 1914 Weeks and Days IMPORTANT EVENTS I Moons I and I Signs Moon I south h. m. Moon I SUN I SUN r. &s. I rises I sets h. m.|h. m.|h. m. p 1st Sunday in Lent Matthew 4 Day's length 11 hours 10 min. Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Madagascar forbids Christianity, 1835. John Wesley died in London, 1791. Blessed are the meek. Alex. Campbell died in W. Va., 1866. [Subscribe for the Messenger, $1.50.] P. H. Sheridan was born in N. Y., 1831. H. M. Barwick, Ed. Inglenook, d., 1908. ff# m 322 10.37 6.25 m # 4. 6 11.40 6.24 P^ @ 4.54 morn 6.23 p^ 1 5.45 12.45 6.21 tt 3 6.39 1.17 6.20 « 3 7.36 1.55 6.19 « 3 8.34 2.52 6.17 5.35 5.36 5.37 5.39 5.40 5.41 5.43 10 2nd Sunday in Lent Matthezu ij Day's length ii hours 30 min. 8 Sun R. H. Miller died, Mt. Morris, 1892. « 1 9.31 4.11 6.15 5.45 9 Mon Battle Monitor and Merrimac, 1862. ^ 3 10.26 4.52 6.14 5.46 10 Tue S. W. Hoover of Dayton, O., d. 1895. rf 3 11.19 5.15 6.13 5.47 11 Wed Tasso (Italian poet) born, Italy, 1544. ^ © morn D ris 6.12 5.48 12 Thu [Send for Missionary Visitor, 50 cents.] ^= © 12.11 6.55 6.11 5.49 13 Fri Benj. Harrison died, Indianapolis, 1901. §;= © 1. 2 8.20 6.10 5.50 14 Sat Eld. A. W, Vaniman died, 1908. ^ © 1.55 9.40 6. 8 5.52 II ^rd Sunday in Lent Luke II Day's length 11 hours 46 min. 15 Sun 16 Mon 17 Tue 18 Wed 19 Thu 1 20 Fri 21 Sat Julius Caesar died in Rome, 44 B. C. Eld. Peter Nead died near Dayton, 1877. St. Patrick's Day. John C. Calhoun born in S. C, 1782. Livingstone was born in Scotland, 1813. Alex. Mack, Jr., died in Pa., 1803. Gen. Johnston died, Washington, 1891. A © 2.49 10.57 6. 7 ^ © 3.46 11.57 6. 5 m © 4.45 morn 6. 4 #• C 5.43 12.52 6. 3 6.39 1.56 6. 2 #* c 7.38 2.51 6. 1 ^^ c 8.31 3.34 6. 5.53 5.55 5.56 5.57 5.58 5.59 6. 12 4th Sunday in Lent John 6 Day's length 12 hours 2 min. 22 Sun 23 Mon 24 Tue 25 Wed 26 Thu 27 Fri 28 Sat Jonathan Edwards died in N. J., 1758. Battle of Winchester, Va., 1862. Longfellow died in Mass., 1882. Elder Isaac Long died in Va., 1895. Beethoven died in Vienna, 1827. Vera Cruz was captured, 1847. Raphael was born in Italy, 1483. ^0^ ## ^ 9.18 10. 2 10.43 11.22 ev. 1 12.40 1.21 4. 6 4.59 5.20 5.49 D sts 7.28 8.28 5.59 5.57 5.56 5.54 5.52 .5.51 5.50 6. 1 6. 3 6. 4 6. 6 6. 8 6. 9 6.10 /J 5/A Sunday in Lent John Day's length 12 hours 24 min. 29 Sun Chas. Wesley died in London, 1788. 30 Mon Earthquake in Peru, S. America, 1828. 31 Tue Eld. Samuel Murray died, 1906. 2. 4 2.50 3.39 9.31 10.35 11.38 5.48 5.47 5.45 6.12 6.13 6.15 MOOIT'S PHASES, First Quarter, Full Moon, I^ast Quarter, New Moon, Eastern States. Central States. Western States. 5th 12:04 A. M 11:04 P. M 10:04 P. M. 11th 11 : 18 P. M 10: 18 P. M 9: 18 P. M. 18th 2:19 P. M 1:19 P. M 12:19 P. M 26th' 1:09 P. M 12:09 P. M 11:09 A. M. TRAINING THE SUNDAY SCHOOL TEACHER (First Standard Course). By E. B. Hoff, H. K. Ober, J. S. Plory, I. B. Trout. The authors of the work being- well known, thoroughly competent, experienced writers and teachers, there need be no doubt as to the merits of the book, and its supreme worth to all earnest Sunday-school workers. The completion of this course entitles the stud(>nt to a diploma. The Church of the Brethren is in the front rank in Sunday-school work now, but teacher-training is a necessity if we desire to hold our present position. Send for a copy of this book. Bound in cloth. Price, per copy, 40c. BRETHREN FUBZiISHING HOUSE, EIiGIN, II.I.INOIS. 12 BRETHREN FAMILY ALMANAC He paused, with impressive silence — faced the leader, a stalwart and burly fellow of the "wild and woolly West" — looked fiercely with his great, piercing eyes right into the man's soul, saying with searching, fearless emphasis, " For God's sake, men, take your seats! This is my time. When I am through then it will be your time." The men were overpowered. They returned. They lis- tened well. He won. '. Within a few months the leader of that gang was baptized. He became a faithful deacon. A strong church was established where weak men failed. He was a John the Baptist in rebuke, a master in evangelism, an apostle of truth, an angel of mercy. Hebron Seminary, Nokesville, Va. , Will Not Be Convinced. Those who make up their minds not to be convinced of their error, evidence or no evidence; remind us of the man who got it into his head that he was dead. It was an hallucination, of course. Many tried to convince him that he was not dead, but to no avail. At length a surgeon heard of the case, and declared that he could convince the fellow that he was much alive. He came to the man and said, " Don't you know that dead men don't bleed?" "Yes," replied the crazy fellow, *" I know dead men don't bleed." "Well, now," said the physician, in the presence of half a doz- en people, "let me have your arm." The man obeyed. The physician made a small incision in the flesh and the de- mented man bled profusely. " Now," said the physician, " you see how you are bleeding and you know you said dead men don't bleed, therefore you are not dead." To which the man replied, " Doctor, that only goes to show me that dead men do bleed." The soul needs daily grace, as much as the body does daily bread, to enable it to perform its daily duty. Amanda Miller Garber. By Mary Garber. Dec. 18, 1908, at her home in Port- land, Ind., in sight of the church she loved better than anything else in this world, our aged mother, Amanda Miller Amanda Miller Garlber. Garber, fell asleep. Though scarcely known outside of her own little world, in it she reigned suprerriely, for by her generous kindnesses, her loving charities, and her devout life, she had won the hearts' of all, and to all she was a sym- pathetic friend and counselor. The motto of her life was, " If you have noth- ing good to say of people, say nothing at all," and she refused to listen to the neighborhood gossip, for, said she, " if it is true, it would not help matters for me to know it, and if it is not true, I don't want to hear it." Apart from her life of unselfish char- ities, she was really the mother of the Portland church. Though many others assisted and helped to foster the work there, it was mainly her instrumentality that started it. When, in 1856, with her husband, Henry Garber, — then not a member, — she came to Portland, to make for themselves and little family a home, the nearest church was Union City, twen- ty miles away. Thus, added to the many 13 APRIL Fourth Month — 30 Days 1914 Weeks and Days IMPORTANT EVENTS ' Moons and Signs Moon south h. m. Moon 1 SUN [SUN r. «&s. Irises] sets h. m.lh. ni.|h. m. 1 Wed 2 Thu 3 Fri 4 Sat Gospel Visitor started, 1851. Thomas Jefferson born in Va., 1743. Washington Irving born in N. Y., 1783. W. H. Harrison died, Washington, 1841. M ® 4.32 5.26 6.22 7.18 morn 12.36 1. 6 1.56 5.44 5.43 5.41 5.40 6.16 6.17 6.19 6.20 14 Palm Sunday Matthew 21 Day's length 12 hours 42 min. 5 Sun 6 Mon 7 Tue 8 Wed 9 Thu 10 Fri 11 Sat R. Raikes died, England, 1811. Peary reached North Pole, 1909. Wordsworth born in England, 1770. Fall of Island No. 10, 1862. Payne, author, Sweet Home, died 1852. The Lord is my helper. Civil W^ar in America began, 1861. ^ 1 8.12 2.40 5.39 tf 1 9. 4 3.14 5.38 w 1 9.55 3.45 5.37 ^ 1 10.46 4.13 5.35 ^ 1 11.38 4.37 5.34 £% © morn D ris 5.33 A © 12.32 8.40 5.32 6.21 6.22 6.23 6.25 6.26 6.27 6.28 75 Easter Sunday Mark 16 Day's length, ij hours 20 min. 12 Sun 13 Mon 14 Tue 15 Wed 16 Thu 17 Fri 18 Sat Adoniram Judson died at sea, 1850. Bishop Thoburn sailed for India, 1895. Assassination of Lincoln, 1865. Lincoln died in Washington, 1865. Philip Yonce died in Ohio, 1864. Franklin died in Philadelphia, 1790. Eld. Geo. D. Zollers d. in Ind., 1911. m ® 1.29 9.51 5.30 2.29 10.59 5.29 ^ © 3.32 morn 5.28 #• © 4.33 12.15 5.27 ^ C 5.32 12.43 5.25 voS. C 6.26 1.31 5.24 ^^ c 7.15 2. 8 5.23 6.30 6.31 6.32 6.33 6.35 6.36 6.37 16 ist Sunday after Easter John 20 Day's length ij hours 16 min. 19 Sun 20 Mon 21 Tue 22 Wed 23 Thu 24 Fri 25 Sat P. Melanchthon died, Germany, 1560. Brainerd, missionary, born. Conn., 1718. Ye are the salt of the earth. James Buchanan born in Pa., 1791. Abraham H. Cassel died in Pa., 1908. New Orleans taken, 1862. First eleven baptisms at Bulsar, 1897. A c 8. 2.58 5.22 ^ c 8.42 3. 4 5.21 ^ c 9.22 3.26 5.20 ^ c 10. 1 3.43 5.19 ## c 10.40 4. 5 5.18 mf ® 11.20 4.35 5.16 v^ © ev. 2 Dsts 5.14 6.38 6.39 6.40 6.41 6.42 6.44 6.46 // 2nd Sunday after Easter John 10 Day's length ij hours S4 ^^^"'^• 26 Sun 27 Mon 28 Tue 29 Wed 30 Thu Love your enemies.. Eld. John H. Umstad died in Pa., 1873. James Monroe was born in Va., 1758. Eld. Enoch Eby died in 111., 1910. James R. Gish died, Arkansas, 1896. P^ ^^« 12.47 1.36 2.27 3.21 4.16 8.25 9.29 10.30 11.27 11.57 5.13 5.12 5.11 5.10 5. 9 6.47 6.48 6.49 6.50 6.51 MOON'S PHASES. First Quarter, 3rd,.... Eastern States. 2: 41 P. M Central States. 1: 41 P. M.... 7: 28 A. M. . . . Western States. 12: 41 P. M. Full Moon 10th, . . . 8: 28 A. M 6:28 A. M. I^ast Quarter, 17th,.... 2:52 A. M 1: 52 A. M 5: 21 A. M.... 12: 52 A. M. New Moon, 25th, 6: 21 A. M 4: 21 A. M. TKe New Revised INGLENOOK COOK BOOK is in demand. Many housewives tell us that they have laid aside all other Cook Books and use only this one. It contains twice as much material as the old edition of which almost 75,000 have been sold. Besides containing- more recipes it contains many valuable features not contained in the other book. It is bound in white washable oilcloth and will be sent postpaid to any address for 60 cents. Agent.s wanted. BRETHREN FUBI.ISKINa HOVSEf Elgrin, Illinois. a BRETHREN FAMILY ALMANAC. other hardships of this pioneer mother, was that of isolation from her church re- lations. Impelled by the intense longing for preaching, calls were sent, and not in- frequently answered. The meetings were held in the home or, in summer time, out of doors. It was literally true of Portland that " the groves were God's first temples," and because of these meet- ings in the groves there were made pos- sible the baptismal scenes. Thus, one by one, the number grew. My father also came, among others. In course of time more regular services were held, and a church was organized. Bro. Daniel Waltz was elected to the ministry. Later, our late, lamented Bro. Renner, of Kansas, Bro. Neher, of Florida, and my father were chosen as ministers. For several years Bro. Waltz was elder in charge, the meetings being held wherever a chance afforded. • When Bro. Waltz was stricken with disease, and Brethren Renner and Neher moved away, the burden of the church rested upon father, but there was moth- er always ready and willing to help and encourage him. Twenty-one years ago, by their untir- ing efforts, the churchhouse in South Portland was built. Father being -alone, much of the time, filled the four monthly appointments, — one over twenty miles from home. Never have I once heard mother complain. She was always ready to help him go, though she could not always go with him. When his life's labors closed, in 1901, many said, " This is the end of the Portland church," but mother said, " Now, children " (which meant the church children), "we must not give up; we will have a brighter day yet." Loyal brethren came to the rescue and served us faithfully, but their ef- forts seemed of little avail. Still, because mother would not let us give up, we struggled on, and today the church of Portland, Ind., lives, and souls are being born into the kingdom, because, more than threescore years ago, a young girl gave her heart and life to the service of her Master. How truly could she say when she lay down upon her pillow for her last, long sleep, " 'Tis so sweet to trust in Jesus, so sweet," for she knew the blessedness of a life of unfaltering tnrst in Christ's precious promises. Brethren and sisters, not only at Port- land but wherever the work has been hard and the results disheartening, know that the saints in heaven are keeping watch over your labors, and if you keep working faithfully, your reward is sure. Kimberly, Idaho. The Skillful Engineer. During the digging of holes for some telegraph poles the workmen noticed a mouse which had fallen into one of the cavities. For hours the tiny prisoner raced frantically around the enclosure. Then he seemed to get over his hysterics and set his wits to work. Soon he be- gan systematically to dig a spiral groove, round and round the inner surface of the hole, which was several feet deep. Night and day the busy little captive worked away, digging little pockets here and there as his improvised staircase got far- ther from the ground, so that he might rest from his hard labors. The workmen kept him supplied with food, and after the third day the indefatigable little creature reached the top and enthusiastic cheering welcomed his freedom. The Test. A bookseller tried to persuade Poin- dinterro to purchase a book on hypnotic suggestion. " You have only to read it," he said, " and you will possess an irresistible in- fluence on your fellow-men." "Have you read it?" asked Poindin- terro. " Certainly," said the bookseller. " In that case, why do you not merely will that I should buy it?" 15 MAY Fifth Month— 31 Days 1914 Weeks and Days IMPORTANT EVENTS I Moons I and I Signs Moon south h. m, 1 Fri i Battle of Manila, 1898. \^ ©I 5.11 2 Sat [Bishop Coke buried, Indian Ocean, 1814. |^ @1 6. 4 Moon I SUN I SUN r. &s. I rises I sets h. m.lh. m. h. m. morn 5. 7 12.36 5, 6 6.53 6.54 7^ jrd Sunday after Easter John i6 Day's length i^ hours ^o min. 3 Sun 4 Mon 5 Tue 6 Wed 7 Thu 8 Fri 9 Sat Hans Egede sailed for Greenland, 1712. David Livingstone died in Africa, 1873. Napoleon died at St. Helena, 1821. Robespierre (Frenchman) born, 1758. Robert Browning born, London, 1812. Earthquake at Martinique, 1902. Bunyan licensed to preach, Eng., 1672. ## 1 6.55 1.13 5.. 5 &: 1 7.45 1.43 5. 4 %•■ 1 8.34 2.14 5. 3 ^■- 1 9.23 2.35 5. 2 A 1 10.15 3. 4 5. 1 A © 11.10 3.39 5. m ® morn D ris 4.59 6.55 6.56 6.57 6.58 6.59 7. 7. 1 IQ 4th Sunday after Easter Mothers' Day Day's length 14 hours 4 min. 10 Sun 11 Mon 12 Tue 13 Wed 14 Thu 15 _Fri 16 Sat Prof. J. M. Zuck died in Pa., 1879. William Pitt died, 1778. J. E. B. Stuart died in Va., 1864. Vienna taken by the French, 1809. Ye are the light of the world. A. M. at Bismarck Grove, Kans., 1883. Wm. H. Seward was born, N. Y., 1801. \m © 12. 9 8.42 4.58 #• © 1.12 9.53 4.57 #• © 2.16 10.58 4.56 #• © 3.18 11.48 4.55 ^^ © 4.16 morn 4.54 ^^ c 5. 9 12.55 4.53 A € 5.56 1. 7 4.52 7. 3 7. 4 7. 5 7. 6 7. 7 7. 8 20 §th Sunday after Easter John 16 Day's length 14 hours 18 min. 17 Sun 18 Mon 19 Tue 1 20 Wedl 21 Thu 22 Fri 23 Sat John Jay died in N. Y., 1829. A. M. at Covington, Ohio, 1875. Ouinter died, North Manchester, 1888. A. M. at Harrisburg, Pa., 1902. Eld. 1. D. Parker died, 1910. A. M. North Manchester, Ind., 1888. A. M. Muncie, Ind., 93; Roanoke, '99. A C 6.40 1.31 4.51 ^ C 7.21. 1.50 4.50 X C 8. 2. 9 4.50 X C 8.39 2.28 4.49 «f c 9.18 2.51 4.48 «F C 10. 3. 5 4.47 P^ c 10.44 3.45 4.46 7. 9 7.10 7.10 7.11 7.12 7.13 7.14 21 6th Sunday after Easter John 15 Day's length 14 hours 28 min. 24 Sun 25 Mon 26 Tue 27 Wed 28 Thu 29 Fri 30 Sat A. M. at Carthage, Mo., 1904. Arlington Heights captured, 1861. A. M. Illinois, 74; Pa., 77; Kans., '96. A. M. at Pertle Springs, Mo., 1890. A. M. at Lincoln, Nebr., 1901. A. M. at Meyersdale, Pa., 1894. A. M. at Milford, Ind., 1882 M m 11.32 D sts 4.46 M @ ev.23 8.24 4.45 M ® 1.17 9.32 4.44 M ® 2.12 10.14 4.43 ^ © 3. 7 10.51 4.43 ^ m 4. 11.32 4.42 ^ m 4.51 morn 4.41 7.14 7.15 7.16 7.17 7.17 7.18 7.19 oat r^. ivj.. ciL xvxiiiuiu, iiiu., i.ij<D^. '^^^ iiiaiv ^.oi iiiui 11 "l-.l-x / .ly Whitsunday John 14 Day's length 14 hours j8 min 22 31 Sun |A. M. Ottawa, '87; Bur'ton Pk., '98. |f# ®| 5.40| 12.31 14.4117.19 MOOIT'S PHASES. Eastern States. First Quarter, 3rd 1:29 A. M Central States. Western States. 12:29 A. M 11:29 P. M. Full Moon, 9th 4:30 P. M 3:30 P. M 2:30 P. M. Last Quarter, 16th, 5:12 P. M. ... 4:12 P. M 3:12 P. M. New Moon, 24th, 9:34 P. M S: .^4 P. M 7! a4 P. M riOXT'T TmP r^TTT" *»»»* we can supply you with BOOKS, BIBLES. TESTAMENTS at UyjrS L ryjIVKjEj L price, as low as the lowest. Look at our catalog (if you don't have one drop us a postal, it is free for the asking) and select what you want, remit the price and you will get just what you ordered. All prices are postpaid unless otherwise mentioned. If you can't find listed just what you want write us giving description and we will get it for you. Correspondence solicited. BRETHREN PUBLISHING HOUSE, Elgin, Illinois. 16 BRETHREN FAMILY ALMANAC. The Ancient Cliff Dwellers. S. Z. Sharp. Many centuries ago there lived ill parts of New Mexico, Arizona, southwestern Colorado and southeastern Utah, a race of people, differing in their mode of hab- itation from all the other original inhab- itants of America. They neither lived in wigwams, or tepees, like other American Indians, nor built cities like the ancient Mexicans and Peruvians, but sought some high natural mountain wall or cliff tains about one hundred rooms. Another one, Cliff Palace, is 421 feet front and has 127 rooms. Some groups of dwellings are built into the face of the rock cliff, high above its base, and, where no natural caves ap- peared, artificial ones were cut into the rock. One group of dwellings, 800 feet above the river at the base of the cliff, is so constructed that there is no visible way of approach; It is supposed that it was reached by a narrow path from . , - ■ " 'r «,-^,v- „ -^-^*f:; '^ ' vL^-?**'-- .■-■-/ -^.^^icu^ ■ " *#* :-r:.i^ ■^'"t%^;l?f ^^w -'*-'?,- RTiins of Cliff Dwellers. No. 1. and into the face of it, where there were openings or caves, they built their hab- itations, sometimes in places that seemed almost inaccessible. These houses were built of stone, ingeniously walled togeth- er to form one continuous block, often four or five stories high. Some idea may be gained as to how these houses are built together from the illustration given above, which is a photograph taken from Verde Canon, in the National Park of southwestern Colorado. This group of dwellings is 175 feet front, built under an immense overhanging rock, and con- above, and during the many centuries of erosion it has been entirely worn away. The evidences are that this race of peo- ple became extinct many centuries ago; so long, indeed, that the neighboring tribes have no tradition concerning this ancient race and can give no account of it whatever. There are hieroglyphic writings on the rock walls, but no scien- tist has yet been found who could de- cipher them. That this people was in some degree civilized and possessed' some architec- tural skill is indicated by the neat walls 17 #/ JUNE Sixth Month— 30 Days 1914 Weeks and Days 1 Mon 2 Tue 3 Wed 4 Thu 5 Fri 6 Sat IMPORTANT EVENTS I Moons I and I Signs 1 A. M. at Harrisonburg, Va., 1889. | ^ A. M. at Hagerstown, Md., 1891. | |; A M. Pa. 1873, Va. 1879, Winona 1913. | ^■ A. M. Decatur, 111., 1895, York, Pa., '12.1 ^ 1 A. M. Lanark, 1880, Springfield, 1906. [ ^ 1 A. M. Bristol, 1905; St. Joseph, 1911. |^ 1 Moon south h. m. "6728 7. 5 8. 4 8.56 9.52 10.52 Moon I SUN I SUN r. &s. I rises I sets h. m.lh. m.|h. m. 12.51 1.19 1.41 1.57 2.27 3. 6 4.40 4.40 4.39 4.39 4.38 4.38 7.20 7.20 7.21 7.21 7.22 7.22 2^ Trinity Sunday John J Day's length 14 hours 46 min. 7 Sun 8 Mon 9 Tue 1 10 Wedl 11 Thu 12 Fri 13 Sat A. M. at Ashland, O., '81 ; Winona, 1910. A. M. at Frederick, Md., 1897. A. M. at Des Moines, Iowa, 1908. Judson volunteered for missions, 1810. A. M., N. Man., 78, Harrisonb'g, 1889. Wm. C. Bryant died in N. Y., 1878. Winfield Scott b. Petersburg, Va., 1786. TKS. W 11.55 3.53 4.37 ^ © morn D ris 4.37 12.59 9.35 4.37 #■ © 2.00 10.22 4.37 ^^ © 2.47 10.53 4.36 -oS. © 3.48 11.21 4.36 ,A © 4.34 11.44 4.36 7.23 7.23 7.23 7.23 7.24 7.24 7.24 24 1st Sunday after Trinity Luke 16 Day's length 14 hour^ ^48 min. 14 Sun Benedict Arnold died in London, 1801. A © 5.17 morn 4.36 72A 15 Mon Eld. John Kline killed in Va., 1864. ^ € 5.57 12.24 4.35 72S 16 Tue Battle of Petersburg, Va., 1864. ^ C 6.36 12.44 4.35 72S 17 Wed Eld. John Kline was born, 1797. f# C 7.15 1. 7 4.35 7.25 18 Thu Battle of W-aterloo, 1815. /P# c 7.56 1.22 4.35 7.25 19 Fri Council of Nice, 325. pf c 8.39 1.52 4.35 7.25 20 Sat Geo. B. Holsinger born, 1857. m c 9.26 2.19 4.35 7.25 ^5 2nd Sunday after Trinity Luke- 14 Day's length 14 hours §0 min 2.45 4.35 21 Sun 22 Mon 23 Tue 24 Wed 25 Thu 26 Fri 27 Sat Santa Ana died in Mexico City, 1876. Let your light shine. D. P. Sayler, b. 1811, d. June 6, 1885. Henry Ward Beecher born. Conn., 1813. Polk appointed Maj. Gen., 1861. Eld. John Wise died in Kansas, 1909. Joseph Smith died, Nauvoo, 111., 1844. P^ ^ e 16 .10 , 5 . 1 ,56 .48 .38 3.38 D sts 8.57 9.35 10. 5 10.33 4.35 ... 7.25 4.34 7.26 4.35 4.35 4.35 4.35 7.25 7.25 7.25 7.25 7.25 26 ^rd Sunday after Trinity Luke 15 Day's length 14 hours 48 min. 28 Sun 29 Mon 30 Tue John Wesley born England, 1703. Henry Clay died in Washington, 1852. Chas. Guiteau hanged, Washington, '82. ## ® 4.26 10.58 4.36 S^- 3 5.13 11.21 4.36 ^■- 3 6. 11.45 4.36 7.24 7.24 7.24 HOON'S PHASES. Eastern States. Central States. Western States. First Quarter, 1st 9:03 A. M 8:03 A. M 7:03 A. M. Pull Moon, 8th 12:18 A. M 11:18 P. M 10:18 P. M. Last Quarter, 15th, 9:20 A. M 8:20 A. M 7:20 A. M. New Moon, 23rd 10:33 A. M 9:33 A. M 8:33 A. M. Fir.st Quarter, 30th 2: 24 P. M 1: 24 P. M 12: 24 P. M. Are You Using' the Best? Whose Sunday-school papers and quarterlies are you using in your Sunday- school? Ours are the best, especially for a Brethren Sunday-school. If samples are desired, let us know. We have a special offer to make new schools. Write us. BRETHREN PUBLISHING HOUSE, Elgin, Illinois. 18 t BRETHREN FAMILY ALMANAC. in some of their buildings, as shown in illustration No. 2, which is also a photo- graph from the National Park in south- western Colorado. A further indication of their degree of civilization consists Ruins of Cliff Dwellers. No. 2. in the ancient irrigation ditches, as well as their farming implements, household utensils and fine cotton fabrics. A large number of relics have been 'Collected from the various habitations and placed into a museum at Manitou Springs, Over 1,400 different articles are exhibited, including mummies, pitchers, bowls, jars, cooking vessels, corn, squash and melon seed, necklaces, charms of stone, bone knives, awls, spears, arrows, stone axes and hoes, grindstones, etc. Thus lived and perished a race without a living witness to tell their story. Some years ago a society was formed by ladies in Denver for the purpose of preserving these ancient habitations and relics. They petitioned Congress to set aside, as a permanent reservation, this territory in which these habitations are found. Congress responded and made it a National Park. The whole territory is wild and picturesque, and some parts are difficult of approach. Elder M. M. Bashor. By John W. Miller. The late Bro. Michael M. Bashor, of Oregon, who was born in Rockingham County, Va., Sept. 29, 1830, was a re- markable man in many ways. Not that his life was made up of unusual happen- ings, but rather that it exerted a steady, generating power, whose momentum still lives — a man with great courage to as- sume responsibility, and capacity to do his duty in the heat of great conflicts. He was a nohle, earnest and devout man, clad with the Christian graces. His in- domitable will, latent genius and high moral character gave him early prestige with the people. He was reared to manhood in Virginia, and in 1848 moved to Washington Coun- ty, Tenn. Of his parents I know noth- ing, except that his father was a miller, which trade the son followed for sev- eral years. Young Michael was bubbling over with enterprise. He was successful in a number of business undertakings, but not until late in life. He acquired fixed habits of reading, and in this way, and through extended travel, he was well informed on all important subjects. As he increased in wealth, his large-hearted lib- erality and generosity were extended. He showed a great disposition to help the poor. Thus the plainness, evenness, simplicity and sincerity of his life won to him friendship and esteem. Dec. 21, 1850, he was married to Su- san Garst at Bradyville, Tenn. Fourteen children were born to them, of whom ten are in the church, he baptizing nearly all of them himself. Mrs. Dr. Roe, of Idaho, is the youngest, to whom I am indebted for much information of his early life. Most of the family are now living in the four Pacific States. In 1852 Bro. Bashor and his wife were baptized by the sainted Eld. John Kline, of Virginia, whose name is still revered throughout the Brotherhood. He soon obtained a ready knowledge of the Bible, and was equal to the task of debating with most any one on moral and reli- gious subjects. He was elected to the ministry in January, 1860, by the Lime- stone (Tennessee) church. This was at the beginning of the Civil War. He 19 JULY Seventh Month — 31 Days 191f Weeks and Days IMPORTANT EVENTS Moons and Signs Moon south h. m. Moon r.&s. h. m. SUN I SUN rises | sets h. m.|h. m. 1 Wed 2 Thu 3 Fri 4 Sat Battle of Gettysburg, 1863. Garfield shot in Washington, 1881. • P. C. & B. at W. consolidated, 1883. Declaration of Independence, 1776. ^ 1 6.50 7.43 8.39 9.40 morn 12.27 12.58 1.42 4.36 4.37 4.37 4.37 7.24 7.23 7.23 7.23 2/ 4th Sunday after Trinity Luke 6 Day's length 14 hours 44 min. 5 Sun 6 Mon| 7 Tue 8 Wedl 9 Thu 10 Fri 11 Sat Battle of Chippewa, 1814. Huss born in Bohemia, 1369, died, 1415. Thomas Hooker died in Conn., 1647. P. B. Shelley died in Italy, 1822. Braddock's Defeat, 1755. John Calvin born in France, 1509. John Q. Adams born in Mass., 1767. #- 1 10.42 2.33 4.38 #• 1 11.44 3.37 4.38 ^^ © morn D ris 4.38 ^•ox © 12.43 8.48^ 4.39 ^ © 1.37 9.19 4.39 2.25 9.46 4.40 A © 3.10 10. 5 4.40 7.22 7.22 7.21 7.21 7.20 7.20 28 §th Sunday after Trinity Luke 5 Day's length 14 Julius Caesar was born, 100 B. C. Gen. Braddock died, 1755. Judson arrived at Burmah, 1813. Rembrandt born, 1607. Isaac Watts born (following day) 1674. Adam Smith died in Edinburgh, 1790. Godefroy de Bouillion died in 1100. 12 Sun 1 13 Monl 14 Tue I 15 Wed 16 Thu 17 Fri 18 Sat hours ^8 min, "1028 morn 12.28 4.41 4.41 4.42 4.43 4.44 4.45 4.46 7.19 7.19 7.18 7.17 7.16 7.15 7.14 2p 6th Sunday after Trinity Matthew 5 Day's length 14 hours 28 min. 19 Sun 20 Mon 21 Tue 22 Wed 23 Thu 24 Fri 25 Sat 1 Battle of Winchester, Va., 1864. Petrarch (Italian poet) born, 1304. Battle of Bull Run, 1861. Eld. Henry Kurtz born, Germany, 1796. Eld. W. A. Anthony died in Pa., 1911. Martin Van Buren died in N. Y., 1862. Samuel Mohler died in Ohio, 1891. M € 8.59 12.50 4.46 ^ c 9.54 1.48 4.47 ^ C 10.51 2.58 4.48 f# m 11.47 Dsts 4.49 ^ m ev.41 8. 6 4.50 f# m 1.33 8.35 4.51 W- @ 2.23 9. 2 4.51 7.14 7.13 7.12 7.11 7.10 7.10 7. 9 50 yth Sunday after Trinity Mark 8 Day's length 14 hours 16 min. 26 Sun |Eld. E. W. Stoner, born 1833, d. 1911, 27 Mon I Battle, Atlanta, Ga. (fol. day), 1864. 28 Tue I Robespierre died, 1794. 29 WedjWm. Wilberforce died in London, 1833, 30 Thu William Penn died in England, 1718. 31 Fri 'christian Hope died in Kansas, 1899. %■ m 3.11 9.25 4.52 A m 3.58 9.50 4.53 ^ m 4.47 10.11 4.53 A 1 5.38 10.45 4.54 !« 1 6.33 11.22 4.55 \m 3 7.31 11.51 4.56 7. 8 7. 7 7. 7 7. 6 7. 5 7. 4 MOON'S PHASES Fun Moon, Last Quarter, New Moon, First Quarter, 7th, 15th Eastern States. 8: 59 A. M 2: 31 A. M Central States. 7: 59 A. M.... 1: 31 A. M.... 8: 38 P. M.... 5:51 P. M.... West .!..!! 1 em S 6: 59 5 31 tates. A. M. A M. 22nd, 29th, 9: 38 P. M 6: 51 P. M.. . . .. 7: 38 P. M. 4: 51 P. M. The Christian Workers^ Booklet should be in the hands of each member of the congregration. It contains the subjects for six months, with outlines and notes. Also blank leaves and spaces for notes and names of leaders. Everybody needs it, not only as a matter of convenience, but also for the help it affords to the leaders and those who wish to tal^e part. Prices: For less than 25 copies, each 4 cents; 25 copies, 75c; 50 copies, $1.25; 100 copies, $2.00. BRETHREN FUBIiISHING HOUSE, Elgin, Illinois. 20 1> BRETHREN FAMILY ALMANAC. suffered many hardships and privations. His flock was ravaged by the soldiers, and horses and cattle were stolen. The family, many times, were driven from their beds in midwinter. Bullets from Eld. M. M. Bashor. both sides struck their building, which was of brick. Bro. Bashor soon gained a reputation as a preacher of ability, traveling a good deal on horseback. He went to school at this time and most assiduously applied himself to his studies. At the same time he gave his attention to earnest Chris- tian efforts, to save his fellow-men. He preached scores of funeral sermons. He was not a highly-educated man, but possessed great natural endowments, and might with ease have attained to lit- erary eminence and distinction, but his unswerving consecration to the work he set out to do held him inflexibly to his purpose — that of preaching the Gospel. In 1872 he, with his family, moved to Colorado, where he began farming and sheep raising in a new, unbroken coun- try. Reverses in a financial way came fast, on account of droughts and grass- hoppers, but success soon afterwards came to him by rapid strides. He trav- eled extensively at this time, preaching the Gospel in Colorado, Texas, New Mexico and Arizona, and was the first man to work for and build a church in the State of Colorado. In 1879 he moved to Oregon, a few miles south of Portland, and settled on a farm. Here he was in close contact with this great metropolis, and in the neighboring towns did a great deal of preaching. His time now was wholly given to that work. He was ordained as elder by the Salem church in 1880, and soon had charge of churches from Ash- land, Oregon, to Northern Idaho. In 1894 he was appointed to serve on the District Mission Board of Oregon, Washington and Idaho. He filled that position for several years. He was Mod- erator of District Meeting a number of times, and served on the Standing Com- mittee at Annual Conference three times. He was free to speak in public, and when he spoke It counted. He could forecast the discussions and judgments of other men very readily, and was quick to dis- criminate between right and wrong opin- ions of men on Important subjects. Bro. Bashor could readily adapt him- self to the varied conditions and pe- culiarities of men, and in council had power to penetrate an involved ques- tion to the core, and of persuading others as he himself believed. He had a clear eye for elemental truth, and carried this truth out to. the letter and spirit, but was not always as successful in getting those of his church to observe them. His fac- ulty of expression, stimulated by the Word and Spirit of God, caused him to unfold his Innate genius as a master of men and circumstances. The President of the Lewiston State Normal College, Idaho, who knew Eld. Bashor personally, said of him: "He possessed a large heart, a brilliant intellect, and a forceful 21 •^ AUGUST Eighth Month — 31 Days 1914 Weeks and Days 1 Sat IMPORTANT EVENTS Robert Morrison died in China, 1834. Moons Moon and south Signs h. m . # II 8.32 Moon I SUN I SUN T.&s. I rises] sets h^ m.|h. ni.|h. m. morn|4.5717. 3 5/ 8th Sunday after Trinity Matthew 7 Day's length 14 hours 4.min. "2 Sun I Send for Teachers' Monthly. # 1 9.33 1Z28X58 7~72 3 Mon|Eld. J. P. Ebersole died in Ohio, 1890. .oj, ^ 10.32 1.25 4.59 7. 1 4 Tue 'First steamboat trip by Fulton, 1807. ^^ 1 11.27 2.19 5. 7. 5 Wed I Battle of Baton Rouge, La., 1862. ^i^ © morn D ris 5. 1 6.59 6 Thu [Alfred Tennyson born in England, 1809. ^ © 12.17 7.45 5. 2 6.58 7 Fri I J. Caspar Aquila was born, 1488. ^ © 1. 3 8. 5 5. 3 6.57 8 Sat Robert Moffat died, 1883. X © 1.46 8.31 5. 4 6.56 jp (^th Sunday after Trinity Luke 16 Day's length ij hours 50 min. ' 635 6.54 6.53 6.52 6.51 6.50 6.48 9 Sun 10 Mon 11 Tue 12 Wed 13 Thu 14 Fri 15 Sat Adoniram Judson born in Mass., 1788. Temple at Jerusalem burned A. D. 70. Robert G. Ingersoll born, N. Y., 1833. James Russell Lowell died, Mass., 1891. Cornelius Van Dyck, of Syria, b. 1818. Farragut died in N. H., 1870. ^ Napoleon was born, Corsica, 1769. ^ © 227 8.52 5. 5 ff# © 3. 7 9.10 5. 6 «F © 3.47 9.32 5. 7 V^ © 4.28 9.58 5. 8 V^ € 5.17 10.27 5. 9 m c 5.59 10.59 5.10 » € 6.49 11.44 5.12 jj loth Sunday after Trinity Luke ig Day's length jj hours ^4 min. 16 Sun 17 Mon 18 Tue 19 Wed 20 Thu 21 Fri 22 Sat Earthquake, Valparaiso, 1906. William Carey born, 1761. Confederate Congress met, 1862. Blaise Pascal died, Paris, 1662. Mt. Morris College opened, 1879. John Tyndall born in Ireland, 1820. Battle of Catlett's Station, 1862. M C 7.42 morn 5.13 ^ c 8.32 1. 9 5.14 ^ c 9.31 1.58 5.15 f^ c 10.29 3.21 5.17 rf c 11.22 4.38 5.18 ^ # ev.l4 i Dsts 5.19 '^•- # 1. 4 8.27 5.20 6.47 6.46 6.45 6.43 6.42 6.41 6.40 J4 nth Sunday after Trinity Luke 18 Day's length Jj hours 18 min. 23 Sun 24 Mon 25 Tue 26 Wed 27 Thu 28 Fri 29 Sat Louis XVI. was born in France, 1754. Eld. Jacob Thomas d. in Va., 1910. Eld. Hiel Hamilton died in Ind. 1897. Christopher Sower II., died in Pa., 1784. Battle of Long Island, 1776. Ira D. Sankey was born in Pa., 1840. Russo-Japanese war ended, 1905. *= m 1.54 7.52 5.21 A # 2.42 8.21 5.23 A m 3.34 8.48 5.24 m m 4.29 9.33 5.25 m 1 5.26 10. 5.26 #• 1 6.26 10.54 5.27 # 1 7.27 11.36 5.28 6.39 6.37 6.36 6.35 6.34 6.33 6.32 55 I2th Sunday after Trinity Mark 7 Day's length ij hours 00 min. 30 Sun |Eld. Lemuel Hillery died in Ind., 1912.| #• 1| 8.25|morn 5.30 6.30 31 MonlJohn Bunyan died in London, 1688. \^^ 3\ 9.21|12.55 5.31 6.29 MOON'S PHASES. Eastern States. Central States. West Full Moon, 5th, 7:40 P. M 6:40 P. M T^ast Quarter, 13th 7:56 P. M 6:56 P. M ern States. 5: 40 P. M. 5: 56 P. M. 5: 26 A. M. New Moon 21st 7:26 A. M 6:26 A. M First Quarter, 27th 11:52 P. M 10:52 P. M 9:52 P. M. Kingdom Songs Do not by any means buy a song book any- where without first examining a copy of Kingdom Songs. Printed in both round and shaped notes. Price single copy, postpaid 35c, per dozen prepaid $3.50, per 100 not pre- paid $25.00. BRETHREN PUBLISHING HOUSE, Elgin, Illinois, 22 A collection of sacred songs, and hymns for Sunday-school, prayer meeting, Chris- tian Workers' Meeting and all kinds of praise services. It is by far the best book of its kind that we have yet published. Contains songs both old and new. BRETHREN FAMILY ALMANAC. character." He was as great in heart as he was in mind. Amid crushing la- bors and anxiety, he had a Christlike forgiveness. His abounding honesty and homely humor made him a great re- form worker in the home and the com- munity. He was a strong revivalist, relying rather on the truths of the Gospel than on excitement brought on by the re- cital of deathbed scenes, etc. His preaching frequently sought expression in flights of eloquence. His strong, clear voice, his commanding figure, with ^ flashing eyes and self-possessed demean- or, and his clear and smooth language, made him a very attractive person in the pulpit. In praying as well as in preaching he would " raise the roof," — as we sometimes say, — and the walls , would ring with his voice. In fact, he was one of the most spiritually-minded men in the West. His influence was very wide outside of church circles. Bro. Bashor earnestly espoused the cause of prohibition, and undertook the task of forming public opinion upon vi- tal questions, which put him into prom- inence before the people. His whole life was expressive of an unselfish devo- tion to the welfare of others, and an in- flexible fidelity to the great principles of church and state. His counsel was sought by men and women in all walks of life, even by the educators of the State. Much of the success of Mineral Spring College, Oregon, is due to the skillful works of his hands. Bro. Ba- shor donated the grounds for the build- ings and campus, and served on the Board of Trustees for this and other in- stitutions for thirty-five years. He preached his last sermon in July, 1907, in the Baptist church in Albany, Oregon. He was at his best and preached an eloquent and able discourse, and made his appeals so strong thai they were almost irresistible. His heart's de- sire was that the churches in Linn Coun- ty might be awakened to a greater zeal and remain faithful. He died June 19, 1908, near Lewis- ton, Idaho, at the junction of the Snake and Clear Water Rivers, where he had gone some time before, to the home of his daughter, Mrs. C. F. Rhinehart, to seek recuperation from bodily ailments. On the Monday following, his mortal remains were consigned to the cemetery, overlooking these rivers, to await the resurrection morn. Thus God buries the workers, but the work goes on by others through each succeeding generation. Those who knew him best loved him most. May they, by the inspiration of his life, continue the work that he did for the public weal! Grottoes, Va.. R. F. D. 39. A Bobolink with a Canary Song. A friend of mine tells of a bobolink which learned to sing like a canary. He was captured when quite small and given a cage beside a fine singer, for which he soon exhibited a great attachment. He would sit perfectly still on his perch for a long time, watching his friend intently, then try his best to imitate his sweet notes. He tried for three or four weeks before making any progress; then he succeeded in sounding one note almost correctly. When he realized his success his wild joy was pathetic, and the cana- ry's pleasure was very evident. Then he redoubled his efforts until he could sing nearly the whole canary song. After that he and Dick always sang in concert. But, strangest of all, his character seemed to change with his song. Instead of singing but a short time in the spring, as bobolinks do, he sang all the time except when molting. And he imitated his friend's characteristics so perfectly that he became a canary in all but ap- pearance, — Ella H. Stratton, in Subur- ban Life. 23 SEPTEMBER Ninth Month — 30 Days 1914 Weeks and Days 1 Tue 2 Wed 3 Thu 4 Fri 5 Sat IMPORTANT EVENTS I Moons and Signs Battle of Sedan, 1870. Atlanta captured by Sherman, 1864. Oliver Cromwell died in London, 1658. Phoebe Gary was born in Ohio, 1824. Publishing House moved to Elgin, 1899. Moon south h^ m. 10.12 10.59 11.42 morn 12.24 Moon r.&s. h. m. 1.46 2.48 3.59 D ris 6.53 SUN SUN rises sets h. m. h. m. 5.32 6.28 5.33 6.27 5.35 6.25 5.36 6.24 5.37 6.23 j(5 iph Sunday after Trinity Luke lo Day's length I2 hours 44 min. 6 Sun 7 Mon 8 Tue 9 Wed 10 Thu 11 Fri 12 Sat Lafayette was born in France, 1757. John G. Whittier died in N. H., 1892. John A. Bowman killed in Tenn., 1863. Mosheim (church historian) died, 1755. Blessed are the peacemakers. Battle of Lake Ghamplain, 1814. Alex. Gampbell born in Ireland, 1788. ^ © 1. 4 7.13 5.38 ## © 1.44 7.35 5.39 ## © 2.24 8. 5.40 M © 3. 7 8.29 5.41 m © 3.52 9. 5.43 M € 4.40 9.37 5.44 M c 5.31 10.25 5.45 6.22 6.21 6.20 6.19 6.17 6.16 6.15 J7 14th Sunday after Trinity Luke 17 Day's length 12 hours 26 min. 13 Sun 14 Mon 15 Tue 16 Wed 17 Thu 18 Fri 19 Sat Great flood in Spain, 3,000 lost, 1891. Brethren at Work started, Lanark, 1876. Ghrysostom died day before, 407. Revolution in Guatemala, 1891. U. S. Constitution adopted, 1787. Sarah R. Major died in Ohio, 1884. James A. Garfield died in N. J., 1881. tt c 6.25 11.19 5.47 ^ c 7.20 morn 5.48 ^ c 8.15 12.27 5.49 « c 9. 8 1. 5.50 ^ c 10. 2.14 5.52 ^ # 10.51 3.28 5.53 '^- ® 11.41 Dsts 5.54 6.13 6.12 6.11 6.10 6. 8 6. 7 6. 6 28 ijth Sunday after Trinity Matthew 6 Day's length 12 hours 10 min. 20 Sun 21 Mon 22 Tue 23 Wed 24 Thu 25 Fri 26 Sat Battle of Chickamauga, 1863. Abraham H. Cassel born in Pa., 1820. Eld. S. S. Mohler born in Ohio, 1832. Neptune discovered, 1846. Gen. D. H. Hill died in N. C, 1889. Eld. John Wine, Va., born, 1799. Christopher Sower, 2nd, born, 1721. W- ® ev.32 6.18 5.55 w- ® 1.24 6.47 5.57 A ® 2.19 7.18 5.58 A ® 3.18 7.57 6. m ® 4.19 8.47 6. 2 m 1 5.20 9.47 6. 3 # 1 6.20 10.47 6. 4 6. 5 6. 3 6. 2 6. 5.58 5.57 5.56 5P i6th Sunday after Trinity Luke 7 Day's length 11 hours 50 min. 27 Sun jBreth. church organized in Colo., 1873. | ^ H 28 Mon Frances E. Willard born in N. Y., 1839.1...n% 1 29 Tue 30 Wed Lord Nelson born in England, 1758. -..qJ^ H Geo. Whitefield died in Mass., 1770. ^ ^ 7.17 8. 9 8.57 9.41 11.56 morn 12.59 1.40 6. 5 6. 7 6. 8 6.10 5.55 5.53 5.52 5.50 MOON'S PHASES. Eastern States. Full Moon, 4th 9:01 A. M. . . Last Quarter, 12th, 12:48 P. M. . . New Moon, 19th, 4:33 P. M. . . First Quarter, 26th 7:03 A. M. . . Central States. Western States. . . 8: 01 A. M 7: 01 A. M. ..11:48 A. M 10:48 A. M. . . 3: 33 P. M 2: 33 P. M. . . 6:03 A. M 5:03 A. M. Brethren Teachers' iVlonthly If you have ever wished for something that would give you information about the Sunday-school Lesson and other phases of Sunday-school work, then you should subscribe for the Teachers' Monthly. It not only contains more and better helps on the lesson than almost any lesson commentary but each month it contains a number of valuable articles on the different problems you have in your Sunday- school. It is not just for teachers but for all who want the best helps possible on the Sunday-school lesson. Price, 50c per year or 16c per quarter. Give it a trial. BRETHREN PUBLISHING HOUSE, Elgin, Illinois. 24 » BRETHREN FAMILY ALMANAC. Church of the Brethren in Pennsylvania in 1770. (According to Morgan Edwards.) Tabulated by J. G. Francis. Name of Church and Location. Beggarstown (Germantown), 8 miles northwest of Phil- adelphia, Coventry, 37 miles northwest of Philadelphia Ephrata, Lancaster County Oley, 54 miles northwest of Philadelphia, Cocalico (Conestoga), Lancaster County, west-northwejt, 60 miles from Philadelphia, Great Swamp, Bucks County White Oak, Lancaster County, 2 miles from Lititz, Little Conewago, Hanover Township, York Co., Pa Conewago, 14 miles from York, Pa Northkill, Berne and Tulpehocken Townships, Berks Co., Great Swatara, Western Lancaster County, Mount Joy Township, Little Swatara, Northeastern Lancaster Co., and Western Berks Co Codorus, Codorus Township, York County, Pa., Bermudian, Warrington Township, York County, Stony Creek, Bedford County, now Somerset d't, QO as Dec. 25, 1723 1724 1724 1732 1735 1735 1736 1738 1741 1748 1756 1757 1758 1758 1762 30 22 40 12 53 20 39 40 45 7 o . w sa 57 40 135 20 86 28 65 52 77 11 20| 391 19 45 20 35 40 58 12 17 5 ^ "^5 o o .S.5 |419|765| 81 14| 4 Edwards' Summary. — "Thus we see that there are in this province fifteen churches of Tunker Baptists, to which appertain eight ordained ministers and thirteen exhorters or probationers, and four meetinghouses. The reason of their having no more places of worship is, that they chose rather to meet from house to house, in imitation of the prim- itive Christians. We see also that their families are about 419, w^hich contain about 2.095 souls, allowing five to a family; whereof 763 persons are baptized and in communion. There are more Tunkers about Conecocheague, Antietam, etc., but they border on Mary- land and belong to churches in that province." (It seems that Edwards made a slight mistake in totaling the members and exhorters.) In his account of the Brethren in New Jersey, published in 1790, he states that there is one congregation of forty-six members in Jersey, with no meeting- house and two exhorters. In Maryland, he says, there are seven congregations, and in the more southern States ten. To Pennsylvania, at that time, he still gives fifteen. So the statistics, outside of Pennsylvania, were likely gathered shortly after 1770. His history of our congregations in Maryland and the South was never published. The manu- script is said to have been burned in the fire of the Baptist Publication Society. The average size of the conrgregations in Pennsylvania is fifty-two members. Allowing this average to the congrega- tions throughout the country, of which, it will be seen, there were thirty-three, the entire baptized membership of our Brotherhood, at the beginning of our national existence, was something like 1,716. There was about one elder to two congregations in Pennsylvania, or, thoughout the country, there would have been about seventeen. In Pennsylvania there was about one exhorter to a con- gregation, or in the country we might expect to find about thirty, — less than fifty members in all. It must be remembered that the Ephrata Society, which at this time had over 200 adherents, was included in Ed- wards' figures. After 1770 that ceased to be an increasing factor, and gradually dwindled into comparatively nothing. But, including that, the church has doubled herself six times since then, or she has, on an average, doubled herself in twenty-four years, nor did we receive immigrants to swell our ranks. By 1937 we should number 200,000. But, 25 OCTOBER Tenth Month — ^31 Days 1914 Weeks and Days IMPORTANT EVENTS Moons I Moon and (south Signs Ih. m. Moon I SUN! SUN r. «S;s. 1 rises I sets h. m.|h. m.lh. m. 1 Thu 2 Fri 3 Sat Elgin church organized, 1899. First railroad in United States, 1833. Miles Standish died in Mass., 1656. 10.22 11. 2 11.42 2.18 3.49 4.50 6.11 6.12 6.13 5.49 5.48 5.47 40 lyth Sunday after Trinity Luke 14 Day's length 11 hours jo min. Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri 10 Sat Brooklyn ch. N. Y., organized, 1899. Jonathan Edwards born in Conn., 1703, William Tyndale -executed, 1536. Edgar Allan Poe died, Baltimore, 1849. The great Chicago fire, 1871. David Brainerd (Miss.) died, 1747. W. H. Seward died in N. Y., 1872. #r © morn D ris 6.15 fi# © 12.22 6.13 6.16 «f © 1. 4 6.33 6.17 m © 1.48 7. 2 6.19 m © 2.35 7.34 6.20 M © 3.25 8.19 6.21 M © 4.17 9.11 6.23 5.45 5.44 5.43 5.41 5.40 5.39 5.37 41 i8th Sunday after Trinity Matthew i Day's length 11 hours 12 min. 11 Sun 12 Mon 13 Tue 14 Wed 15 Thu 16 Fri 17 Sat Eld. Samuel Zigler was born, 1816. Columbus discovered America, 1492. Alexander Mackay, born 1849. William Penn was born in London, 1644. S. T. Bosserman died in Ohio, 1886. First Breth. Miss, to India sailed 1894. Burgoyne's surrender, 1777. n © 5.10 10.11 6.24 ^ c 6. 4 11.19 6.25 « c 6.56 morn 6.27 ^ € 7.47 12.28 6.28 ^ C 8.37 1. 1 6.29 ^'- C 9.26 2.15 6.31 f# C 10.16 3.30 6.32 5.36 5.35 5.33 5.32 5.31 5.29 5.28 42 ipth Sunday after Trinity Matthew p Day's length 10 hours ^4 min. 18 Sun 1 19 Mon 20 Tue 1 21 Wed 22 Thu 23 Fri 24 Sat Moffat embarked for S. Africa, 1816. Eld. Isaac Price died in Pa., 1884. C. H. Brubaker died in India, 1910. Battle of Trafalgar, 1805. Remember the poor. Surrender of Metz, 1870. Daniel Webster died in Mass., 1852. ^'- € 11. 8 4.48 6.33 A m ev. 3 Dsts 6.34 A ® 1. 1 5.51 6.36 A © 2: 3 6.37 6.37 m © 3. 7 7.32 6.38 m m 4.11 8.28 6.39 #• ® 5.10 9.46 6.41 5.27 5.26 5.24 5.23 5.22 5.21 5.19 4jI 20th Sunday after Trinity Matthew 22 Day's length 10 hours jd min. 25 Sun 26 Mon 27 Tue 28 Wed 29 Thu 30 Fri 31 Sat Christian Hope baptized, 1874. Hope, pastor Brooklyn ch. N. Y., 1896, Theodore Roosevelt born in N. Y., 1858. Eld. Daniel Yount b. in Va., 1832. Prof. Edmund Halley b. London, 1656. John Adams was born in Mass., 1735. Luther nailed thesis to door, 1517. 6. 5 10.57 6.42 6.55 11.59 6.43 7.40 morn 6.44 8.22 12.29 6.45 9.2 1.40 6.46 9.42 2.43 6.48 10.21 3.42 6.491 5.18 5.17 5.16 5.15 5.14 5.12 5.11 MOON'S PHASES. Full Moon, 4th, Eastern States. 12: 58 A. M Central States. 11: 58 P. M.. .. 4: 33 A. M.. .. 12: 33 A. M 4-44 P M Western States. 10: 58 P. M. T^ast Quarter, 12th,.... 5: 33 A. M 3: 33 A. M. New Moon, 19th, First Quarter, 25th .... 1: 33 A. M .f^- 44 P M 11: 33 P. M. 3: 44 P. M. This is the Month J?ircATiLOG This catalog will be new from cover to cover and besides containing a very complete list of Books, Bibles, Mottoes, Sunday-school and church supplies it will contain a large list of Holiday goods. Send for it and select your Christmas gifts. We can satisfy you and also save you money. BRETHREN PUBLISHING HOUSE, Elgin, Illinois. 26 * BRETHREN FAMILY ALMANAC. not including the Ephrata adherents, and counting in Old Order, Progressives and Conservatives, v^e are v^ell on our way tov^ard doubling our membership the seventh time. Brethren, should not these figures cause us to redouble our efforts? Lebanon, Pa. * Elder B. F. Heckman. By J. Hugh Heckman. Character, rather than duration, deter- mines the value of a life on the earth; nevertheless, it is natural to expect a normal individual to live more than thirty years. Faith in this human prob- ability made it difficult to credit the mes- sage v^hich came from China, Jan. 15, 1913, stating, "Hecknlan is dead!" Now^ that the shock is past we realize that Benjamin Franklin Heckman lives on earth only in the memories of those who knew him. His days in the flesh were divided al- most equally between the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, beginning Sept. 28, 1882, closing Jan. 12, 1913. He grew from childhood into manhood in the vicinities of Hammond and Cerro Gordo, 111., being the eighth child and seventh son in a family of ten children. His parents were David and Elizabeth Miller Heckman, both of German Brethren de- scent. Frank was a typical country boy, shar- ing in the tasks of the farm, attending the district' school, forming neighborhood associates, both helpful and otherwise, and developing aspirations for the future. He was a faithful attendant of the Sun- day-school in the Brick (Oakley) church, and there, during an evangelistic service conducted by Bro. A. G. Crosswhite, he committed his life to the Lord at the age of sixteen. Not long after this, through the influence of an older broth- er, and of Bro. J. G. Royer, it was arranged for Franklin to attend school at Mount Morris. A hew epoch had be- gun for the farmer lad. Character-moulding impressions wer6 made during his five years of study and associations at Mount Morris. There he met Sister Minna Mote, of Ohio, his future wife. There he once decided for the medical profession, but was turned from it by friends who feared ill results, spiritually. With only a passing thought ^^M '-^'flMfllH ^^^s > ''sV.'.^" ^^H 1 1 Eld. B. F. Heckman. for the ministry, his ambition centered upon the position of a teacher of Latin and English. He finished the Latin- Scientific and Expression Courses and entered upon work in Liberal Arts. He hoped, after teaching a while, to enter the State University for further study. After a brief experience in a country school, B. F. became principal of the Cerro Gordo High School for the years 1905-1907. Soon there came the turning point of his life. Under the pastorate of Bro. J. W. Lear the Cerro Gordo church called Bro. Heckman to the min- istry Dec. 31, 1905. Now he was con- 27 NOVEMBER Eleventh Month— 30 Days 1914 Weeks and Days IMPORTANT EVENTS Moons I Moon and I south Signs |h. m. Moon I SUN I SUN r. &s. irises] sets h. m.|h. m.|h. m. 44 2ist Sunday after Trinity John 4 Day's length 10 hours 18 min. Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Swear not at all. James K. Polk born in*N. C, 1795. VVm. Cullen Bryant bom, Mass., 1794. Brethren arrived S. California, 1884. B. F. Butler was born in N. H., 1818. Eld. B. F. Moomaw died in Va* 1900. Battle of Belmont, Mo., 1861. ## 1 11. 3 4.41 6.51 f# © 11.46 D ris 6.52 p^ © morn 5. 2 6.53 vm © 12.32 5.34 6.54 M © 1.21 6.26 6.55 M © 2.13 7. 6 6.56 ^ © 3. 5 8. 3 6.57 5. 5 5. 4 5. 3 4^ 22nd Sunday after Trinity Matthew 18 Day's length 10 hours 4 mijj^. 8 Sun 9 Mon 10 Tue 11 Wed 12 Thu 13 Fri 14 Sat Eld. John S. Holsinger d. in Va., 1910. Mohammed born (day fol.) 570. Luther was born in Saxony, 1483. Eld. H. P. Hylton b. in Va., 1822. Danish Mission started, 1875. E. Eby b. Nov. 15, 1828, d. Apr. 26, 1910 S. T. Bosserman born 1842. « © 3.58 9.10 6.58 ^ © 4.50 10.20 6.59 ^ c 5.40 11.26 7. ^ c 6.28 morn 7. 1 ^- € 7.16 12.32 7. 2 W- c 8. 3 1. 8 7. 3 A c 8.52 2.30 7. 4 5. 2 5. 1 5. 4.59 4.58 4.57 4.56 46 2jrd Sunday after Trinity Matthew 22 Day's length p hours ^0 min. 15 Sun 16 Mon 17 Tue 18 Wed 19 Thu 20 Fri 21 Sat Eld. Daniel Vaniman died, Kans., 1903. Eld. Geo. Wolfe died in Illinois, 1865. S. M. E. China Con. organized, 1886. Chester A. Arthur died in N. Y., 1886. James A. Garfield born in Ohio, 1831. Eruption of Mt. Vesuvius, 1857. Voltaire was born in Paris, 1694. A c 9.44 3.34 7. 5 10.40 4.42 7. 6 m ® 11.41 })sts 7. 7 m ® ev.46 5.15 7. 8 #• m 1.52 6.27 7. 9 #• ® 2.56 7.27 7.10 .0^ ® 3.55 8.42 7.11 4.55 4.54 4.53 4.52 4.51 4.50 4.49 4y 24th Sunday after Trinity Matthew p Day's length p hours jd min. 22 Sun 23 Mon 24 Tue 25 Wed 26 Thu 27 Fri 28 Sat Geo. B. Holsinger died 1908. Franklin Pierce born in N. H., 1804. John Knox died in Scotland, 1572. Isaac W^atts died in England, 1748. Great tempest of 1703. George B. Crittenden died in Ky., 1880. Washington Irving died in N. Y., 1859. ^m # 4.48 9.54 7.12 ^ # 5.36 11. 3 7.13 A 3 6.20 morn 7.14 A 3 7. 1 12.37 7.15 ^ 3 7.41 1.15 7.15 ^ 3 8.20 2.34 7.16 ## 1 9. 1 3.37 7.17 4.48 4.47 4.46 4.45 4.45 4.44 4.43 48 isf Sunday in Advent Matthew 21 Day's length p hours 26 min. 29 Sun 30 Mon Breth. ch., Brooklyn, N. Y., ded. 1908. I#ff l| 9.44 John Bunyan baptized in England, 1628. jpii^ 1 1 10.29 4.36 7.17 5.38 7.18 4.43 4.42 MOON'S ] Full Moo Last Qua Last Qua First Qua PHASES. Eastern States. Central States. n, 2nd 6:48 P. M 5:48 P. M Western States. 4: 48 P. M. rter, 10th, 6:36 P. M '5:36 P. M 4: 36 P. M. rter, 10th, 6:36 P. M 5:36 P. M rter. 24th 8:38 A. M 7:38 A. M 4: 36 P. M. 6: 38 A. M. SALESMEN WANTED We want salesmen in every locality. Pleasant work. Good pay. Experience not necessary. Can use all or spare time. Your wages depend upon your ability. Write for particulars. BRETHREN PUBLISHING HOUSE, Elgin, Illinois. 28 # BRETHREN FAMILY ALMANAC. fronted with the problem of revising life plans or neglecting the new respons- ibility. He had been married June 21, 1905, and his companion encouraged him to decide in favor of the church. Next came the question of fuller preparation. The Lord settled that by sending Bro. A. C. Wieand to conduct a Bible Insti- tute at Cerro Gordo during the holidays of 1906. Here grew up an interest in Bethany Bible School, which he entered in the autumn of 1907, In Bethany Bro. Heckman finished the Seminary Course, and during 1910-11 taught Hebrew and Old Testament Exe- gesis. Two summers were spent in study at Chicago University. He lacked cred- its only in science for qualifying for the A. B. degree, and at the time of his death was writing a thesis, preparatory to receiving the degree. Bachelor of Di- vinity. This manuscript lay on his desk unfinished when his summons came. He was under contract to teach at Bethany during 1911-12. Quoting his own statements we are able to trace the development of his mis- sionary call and the response to it: "At Mount Morris I became interested in missions in a casual way. Shortly after our marriage we thought some of mis- sion work, but not seriously." This lat- ter instance was at the time when the Church of the Brethren first consecrated missionaries for China at the Springfield (111.) Conference. The burden of hea- then souls was beginning to be laid upon his heart. Through his experience in the Rescue Mission in Chicago and in Springfield, 111., B. F. was led to say, " I am convinced that the Gospel is the pow- er of God unto salvation, and men are really willing to listen to it." The call from across the waters was becoming clearer. In 1908 the Mission Board of Southern Illinois asked Bro. Frank to become the District representa- tive on the foreign field when he had completed his course. No definite prom- ise was given, but Brother and Sister Heckman placed their lives subject to the Spirit's guidance. To quote B. F. further, " Bethany taught missions; she has also taught that the post of duty is the place of blessing." Then came Bro. Hilton to present China's needs so forcibly that no clearer call was needed. The Lord was told that if he would remove all obstacles the Heckmans were ready to go to China. The way was fully opened and with the other missionaries they were consecrated at the St. Joseph (Mo.) Conference. Just prior to sailing, in September, 1911, in a special service at Bethany, B. F., to- gether with Brethren Paul Mohler and J. Homer Bright, was ordained to the full ministry. Landing at Tien Tsin, the missionaries were detained nearly a year from going into the interior, owing to revolutionary troubles. Here the time was well spent in language study, at which B. F. proved himself quite proficient. In the disposition of workers, the Heckmans were stationed at Ping Ting Chou, and plans were for- mulated whereby B. F. was to inaugu- rate work along Bible School lines. He anticipated this with keen pleasure and wrote enthusiastically of it to friends in America. Then came the end, when malignant smallpox ran its fatal course, despite praying hearts and ministering hands. Bro. Heckman gave promise of being an able evangelist and teacher in China, because he had been successful in these activities in the homeland. His connec- tion with Bethany Bible School was sym- pathetic and intimate, and none are able to speak more clearly of his spiritual de- velopment than the brethren of that in- stitution. Of him Bro.'E. B. Hoff says: " I regarded B. F. as a very strong Bible student. No one in my classes ever evinced a more genuine desire for careful Bible interpretation. He was always ea- ger to discover new truth and quick to turn it to practical use in his own living and preaching. It was a pleasure to have him in class. Frequently he discovered 29 DECEMBER Twelfth Month — 31 Days 1914 Weeks and Days IMPORTANT EVENTS 'i ^and' Moon south Moon T.&S. SUN SUN rises sets Signs M 1 h. m. 11.17 h. m. 6.41 h. m.lh. m. 1 Tue Siege of Quebec, 1775. 7.19 441 2 Wed John Brown was executed in Va., 1859. ft © morn ^ ris 7 19 441 3 Thu Samuel Cooper died, 1876. M © 12. 8 5. 2 7.20 4 40 4 Fri Eld. S. S. Mohler d. in Mo., 1893. ^ © 1. 1 6. 6 7,20 4 40 5 Sat Martin Van Buren born in N. Y., 1782. ^ © 1.54 7.10 7.21 4.39 4P 2nd . Sunday in Advent Luke 2i Day's length p hours i8 min. 6 Sun Jefferson Davis died in La., 1889. ^ © 2.46 8.12 7.21 4.39 7 Mon Christian Hope born in Denmark, 1844. ^ © 3.37 9.15 7.22 4.38 8 Tue Eli Whitney was born in Mass., 1765. Wf © 4.25 10.23 7.22 4.38 9 Wed John Milton born in London, 1608. 5.11 11.31 7.23 4.37 10 Thu Blessed are the merciful. ^ C 5.57 morn 7.23 4.37 11 Fri Great fire in Charleston, 1861. £% C 6.44 12.33 7.23 4.37 12 Sat The Lord is my Shepherd. A c 7.32 1.23 7.24 4.36 ^0 ^rd Sunday in Advent Matthezv ii Day's length p hours I2 min. 13 Sun 14 Mon 15 Tue 16 Wed 17 Thu 18 Fri 19 Sat Battle of Fredericksburg, 1862. W^ashington died, Mt. Vernon, 1799. Nero (Roman emperor) born, Italy, 37. The great New York fire, 1835. John G. Whittier born in Mass., 1807. Battle of Lexington, Ky., 1862. Eld. Robert Calvin died, 1851. A c 8.24 2.33 7.24 me c 9.21 3.43 7.24 m c 10.23 4.25 7.25 #• m 11.28 D sts 7.25 #• m ev.34 5. 3 7.25 #• ® 1.37 6.16 7.25 va£ # 2.34 7.30 7.25 4.36 4.36 4.35 4.35 4.35 4.35 4.35 57 4th Sunday in Advent John I Day's length p hours 10 min. 20 Sun 21 Mon 22 Tue 23 Wed 24 Thu 25 Fri 26 Sat Eld. John Metzger b. 1807. Robert Moffat was born in 1795. Pilgrims landed, Plymouth Rock, 1620. Joseph Smith was born, 1805. Thackeray died in London, 1863. Christmas. Texas admitted, 1845. '•0^ m 3.26 8.44 7.25 A m 4.13 9.47 7.25 ^ ® 4.56 10.55 7.26 ^ ® 5.37 11.57 7.25 ^ 1 6.18 morn 7.25 ## 3 6.58 12.38 7.25 #r 1 7.40 1.27 7.25 4.35 4.35 4.34 4.35 4.35 4.35 4.35 5^ Sunday after Christmas Luke 2 Day's length p hours 10 min. 17 Sun 28 Mon 29 Tue 30 Wed Geo. WhitQfield born in England, 1714. Chas. Wesley born in England, 1708. Wm. Gladstone born in Liverpool, 1809. Battle of Savannah, 1778. 31 Thu John Wycliffe died, 1384. ^ 1 8.24 2.25 7.25 p^ 1 9.12 3.28 7.25 p^ 1 10. 2 4.30 7.24 M 1 10.54 5.32 7.24 M 1 11.48 6.30 7.24 4.35 4.35 4.36 4.36 4.36 IXOON'S PHASES. Pull Moon, 2nd Eastern States. 1: 20 P. M Central States. 12: 20 P. M.... 5:31 P. M. . . . Western States. 11: 20 A. M. Last Quarter, 10th New Moon 16th,. . . . 6: 31 A. M 9: 35 A. M 4: 31 P. M. 8:35 P. M. . . . 2: 24 P. M.... 7: 35 A. M. First Quarter, «4th 3: 24 P. M 1: 24 A. M. Send Us Your Clll|natma0 Orders All your orders will receive prompt attention if mailed to us. We have a large variety of goods to select from and our prices are right. All profits accruing from the sale of these goods are used for Missions and not to make one person richer. A good reason why all orders should be sent to BRETHREN PUBLISHING HOUSE, Elgin, Illinois. 30 BRETHREN FAMILY ALMANAC. the entire setting and development of a sermon at a glance, which his notebook preserved." Bro. A. C. Wieand adds this testimo- ny: " Bro. Heckman's work as teacher in Bethany Bible School was well re- ceived from the first, and he grew very rapidly into one of our strongest teach- ers. It was remarkable what the Lord did for him by the power of the Spirit under the teaching of his Word. In the Rescue Mission work and in the ministry his work also was most acceptable and fruitful. We took much care and pains to help him develop in time into one of the mainstays of the institution, and when he felt the urgent conviction to go to China, we released him, not because he could be spared, but because we all loved the work he had set his heart upon and did not dare to lay one thing in the way of the progress of missions. We felt assured that if the Lord had indeed called him there, he who cared thus for China would with equal faithfulness pro- vide for his cause here. And he has." As a Christian, B. F. experienced a dis- tinct growth. He passed from luke- warmness into full and warm sympathy with Christ and the church. His talent for leadership was devoted to the glory of God. Characteristic of him were his optimism, his faithfulness to conviction, and his readiness to be at the work which was his to do. In evangelism he was quick to make his points and apply them tactfully. In Bible teaching he was care- ful not to intermingle opinion with prin- ciple. Bro. Heckman's life was of great value in its uplift upon others, but his death also has its message in the heart-quick- enings which mean greater consecration in the homeland and abroad. I know of decisions made stronger for the foreign field because Frank was called home, and a gap was made in the China ranks. The circumstances surrounding his departure have emphasized the medical needs of our missions and a response is forthcom- ing. The ways of Jehovah are marvelous in their eternal bearing, and the calling of our brother may be one of God's ways of working grace in the church. Memorial services were held in the chapel at Mount Morris, at Cerro Gordo, at Sister Heckman's home church in Ohio, and at Bethany. The body of Bro. Heckman rests on a grassy slope overlooking the city of Ping Ting Chou, Shansi, China, and on the stone at the head of his grave is inscribed one of his favorite Bible texts: "I beseech you therefore, brethren, by the mercies of God, to present your bodies a living sac- rifice, holy, acceptable to God, which is your spiritual service." Maywood, 111. The Man with the Oil Can. In a charming little book. Dr. Park- hurst's " The Sunny Side of Christian- ity," this incident is related: One day there was a workman 'aboard a trolley- car and he noticed that every time the door was pushed open it squeaked. Ris- ing from his seat he took a little can from his pocket, let fall a drop of anti- irritant on the offending spot, and sat down again, quietly remarking, — " I al- ways carry an oil can in my pocket, for there are so many squeaky things that a drop of oil will correct." The sugges- tion of that oil can is a m'ost beautiful one. Perhaps what this old world needs more than anything else is a company of people who will make it their calling to soften up the rough edges of life; pour a drop of oil on the squeaky places. There are so many people who are doing the other thing, making doors move hard, letting rust grow where there should be smoothly-oiled joints; people who are seemingly never happy only when they hear some screech, an unpleasantness be- tween folks. Blessings on the people who carry oil cans! They shall have a great reward! 31 BRETHREN FAMILY ALMANAC. Where the Annual Meetings Have Been Held. History grows. .There is something to be added each year, and at times it becomes wise to repeat some facts for the information of the younger readers. In this way history can be brought up to date. It would seem that the Brethren held no General Conferences in Germany. They did not feel the need of such a meeting. They commenced emigrating to America in 1719, and by 1729 most of them, including Alexander Mack, were on the Western Continent. Considering the conditions, the churches multiplied rapidly, and in 1742 a General Confer- ence was convened. The object of the meeting was to unify the churches on the New Testament teachings, and to protect the members against certain out- ' side influences. As these meetings were arranged for from year to year, no one ever thought of creed making. The object was not to formulate rules, but to study the Scriptures on points about which there might be a difference, and then unite on what was evidently the meaning of the written Word. Minutes were kept of the proceedings, and in this way the Minutes of the Annual Meeting came about. From 1742 to 1777, a period of thir- ty-five years, we have no record of the Conferences that were held, nor are we sure that one was held each year. The record from 1777 to the present, with the exception of twenty-two years, is quite complete: mi Conestoga, Pa. ^11^' ;;•••;.; Pipe creek, Md. 1779, May 30 ■ Conewago, Pa. }J§J Conestog-a, Pa. ||°i Conestoga, Pa. 1 7 8 3 ; June ' 7,' .'.■.".'.'.*.'.■.' ." .' .' .' .Pipe Creek, Md. 1785, May 15 Big Conewago, Pa. 1786, }lll Pipe Creek, Md. il°°' ■ Conestoga, Pa. 1789, May 30 Great Conestoga, Pa. 1790, May 22, Coventry, Pa. 1792' ""'.'.[['.'.'.'.[[['.[ il^S, Great Conewago, Pa. 1794, Oct. 20 Shenandoah Co., Va. 32 1795, 1796 ; ; ; ; ; 1797, Oct. 26 Black Water, Va. 1798, May 26 Little Conewago, Pa. 1 J99 Pipe Creek, Md. loOO, 1801, ■■ 1802 ; 1803, ; ; ; 1804 Pipe Creek, Md. leOo, 1806, ■*_ 1807 ;.. 1808, ■ 1809 ; , 1810, May 30 Antietam, Pa. 1812,' .^.' .' .' .' ." .' .' .' .' ; .' .* ; .' ; ; j .* ; ; ; ~~ 1813, Coventry, Pa. 1814, May 18, Pipe Creek, Md. 1815, May 13, Whiteoak, Pa. 1816 ! 1817 - 1818 1819 Great Conewago, Pa. 1820, May 19 Conestoga, Pa. 1821 Glade, Somerset, Co., Pa. 1822 Canton, Ohio. 1822, Special fall,. . .Montgomery Co., Ohio. 1823, 1824, Cumberland County, Pa. 1825 D. Mohler's, Cumberland Co., Pa. 1826, Washington County, Md. 1827 Lancaster County, Pa. 1828, York County, Pa. 1829 Antietam, Pa. 1830 Pipe Creek, Md. 1831 Conestoga, Pa. 1832 Rockingham County, Va. 1833 Lost Creek, Juniata County, Pa. 1834 Stark County, Ohio. 1835 Cumberland County, Pa. 1835, Special fall, .. Montgomery County, O. 1836, Cumberland County, Pa. 1837, May 15, Rockingham County, Va. 1838, June 1, .....Washington County, Md. 1839 Huntingdon County, Pa. 1840, June 5 Morrison's Cove, Pa. 1840, Special fall,. .Montgomery County, O. 1841, May 28, Somerset County, Pa. 1842, May 13 Beaver Dam, Md. 1843, June 2 Wayne County, Ohio. 1844, May 24, Conewago, Pa. 1845, May 9 Roanoke County, Va. 1845, Sept. 26 Elkhart County, Ind. 1846, May 29 Lancaster County, Pa. 1846, Sept. 4 Knob Creek, Tenn. 1847, May 21, Franklin County, Pa. 1848, June 12, Wayne County, Ohio. 1848, Sept. 25, Near Delphi, Ind. 1849, May 28 Somerset County, Pa. 1850, Montgomery County, Ohio. 1851, Augusta County, Va. 1852, June 1 Elkhart County, Ind. 1853, May 17, Beaver Dam, Md. 18'54, June 4, Ashland County, Ohio. 1855, May 28.' ....Huntingdon County, Pa. 1856, May 10, Waddams Grove, 111. 1857, May 31, Manor church, Washington Co., Md. 1858, May 22, Carroll County, Ind. 1859, June 12, Elk Creek church, Somerset Co., Pa. 1860, May 29 Washington Co., Tenn. 1861, May 20 Rockingham County, Va. 1862, June 7, . . .Montgomery County, Ohio. 1863, May 23 Blair County, Pa. 1864, May 24, Hagerstown church, Wayne Co., Ind. 1865, June 3, ....Near Franklin Grove, 111. 1866, May 19, Antietam, Pa. 1867, June 11 Pipe Creek church, Md. 1868, June 2 Elkhart County, Ind. 1869, May 18 Peters Creek, Va. 1870, June 7, Waterloo, Iowa. 1871, May 30 Berks County, Pa. 1872, May 21 Wayne County, Ohio. ^. BRETHREN FAMILY ALMANAC. 1873, iune 3, Meyersdale, Pa. 1874, May 26 Macoupin County, 111. 1875, Ma-y 18, Covington, Ohio. 1876, June 6 Logan County, Ohio. 1877, May 22 New Enterprise, Pa. 1878, June 11, North Manchester, Ind. 1879, June 3, Broadway, Va. 1880, Jbne 9, Lanark, 111. 1881, Jline 7, Ashland, Ohio. 1882, May 30, Arnold's, Kosciusko Co., Ind. 1883, May 15 Bismarck Grove, Kans. 1884, June 3, Dayton, Ohio. 1885, May 26, Mexico, Pa. 1886, June 15 Pittsburg, Ohio. 1887, May 31 Ottawa, Kans. 1888, May 22 North Manchester, Ind. 1889, June 11, Harrisonburg, Va. 1890, May 27, Pertle Springs, . Johnson Co., Mo. 1891, June 2, Hagerstown, Md. 1892, June 7, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 1893, May 23 Muncie, Ind. 1894, May 29 Meyersdale, Pa. 1895, June 4, Decatur, 111. 1896, May 26, Ottawa, Kans. 1897, June 8, Frederick, Md. 1898, May 31 Naperville, 111. 1899, May 23, Roanoke, Va. 1900, June 5, North Manchester, Ind. 1901, May 28 Lincoln, Nebr. 1902, May 20 Harrisburg, Pa. 1903, June 2 Bellefontaine, Ohio. 1904, May 24, Carthage, Mo. 1905, June 6, Bristol, Tenn. 1906, June 5, Springfield, 111. 1907, May 21 Los Angeles, Cal. 1908, June 9 Des Moines, Iowa. 1909, June 1, Harrisonburg, Va. 1910, June 7, Winona Lake, Ind. 1911, June 6 St. Joseph, Mo. 1912, June 4, York, Pa. 1913, June 3 Winona Lake, Ind. An Infidel Answered. There was once a Pennsylvania Dutchman who was not very learned, but who was never ashamed of his re- ligion. In his neighborhood there was a skeptic who said, " You can't believe anything you can't understand." And so some of the better class of people asked the Dutchman to have a conversation with him. He said, " Yes, if you t'ink best." " Have you any objection to the neigh- bors coming in?" " No, shust as you t'ink best." So they made the appointment and everybody was there. The old gentle- man came in and laid by his hat and was introduced to the skeptic, when he be- gan suddenly by saying, " I beliefs de Bible; vat you beliefs?" Said he, " I don't believe anything I can't understand." " Oh, you must be von very smart man! I vas mighty glad I meet you. I ask you some questions. De odder day I vas riding along de road, und, I meet von dog. Dat dog he have von of his ears stand up in dis vay, and de odder he stand down so. Now, vy was dat? " That was very unhandy just then, very unhandy. He either had to explain why the dog had one ear up and the other standing down, or else say he did not believe it. So he said, " I don't know." " Oh, den, you are not so very smart after all. I ask you anodder question. I saw in John Smidt's clover patch the clover come up so nice! Und I look ofer in de fields and dere was John Smidt's pigs, and dere come out hair on dere packs; und in de very same clover patch vas his sheep und dere came out vool on dere packs. Now, vy vas dat?" This was as bad as the other question because the same perplexity arose. He had to explain why there was hair on the back of the pigs and wool on the sheep, and as he could not tell why, therefore he had no business to believe it. Finally he said, " I don't know." " Veil," said the Dutchman, " you are not haf so smart as you tink you are. Now I asks you anodder question: Do you pleef dere is a God?" " No, I don't believe any such non- sense." " Oh, yes, I hear about you long ago. I hear about you. My Bible knows about you; for in my Bible he says: 'The fool hath said in his heart there is no God;' but you big fool; you blab it right out." Seven Wonders. The seven wonders in ancient times were the Pyramids, Hanging Gardens of Babylon, Tomb of Mausolus, Temple of Diana at Ephesus, Colossus of Rhodes, Statue of Zeus, by Phidias, and the Pharos of Egypt. The seven modern American wonders are Niagara Falls, Yellowstone Park, Mammoth Cave, Gar- den of the Gods, Colorado, Natural Bridge, Virginia, Yosemite Valley, and the Giant Trees of California. 33 BRETHREN FAMILY ALMANAC. The Bridal Winecup. Selected by Bro. Luther Rhodes. "Pledge with wine — pledge with wine! cried the young and thoughtless Harvey. "Pledge with wine!" ran through the bridal party. The beautiful bride grew pale. She pressed her hands together, and the leaves of her bridal wreath trembled on her brow; her breath came quicker, and her heart beat wilder. " Yes, Marion, lay aside your scru- ples for this once," said the judge, in a low tone; "the company expect it. Do not so seriously infringe upon the rules of etiquette. In your own home do as you please; but in mine, for this once, please me." Every eye was turned toward the bri- dal pair. Marion's principles were well known. Harvey had been a convivialist, but of late his friends had noticed the change in his manners and the difference in his habits. Pouring a brimming cup, they held it with tempting smiles to- ward Marion. She was very pale, though now more composed. Smiling, she ac- cepted the crystal tempter and raised it to her lips. But scarcely had she done so when every hand was arrested by her piercing exclamation of " Oh, how terri- ble!" "What is it?" cried one and all, for she had slowly carried the glass at arm's length, and was regarding it as though it was some hideous object. " Wait," she answered, " wait, and I will tell you. I see," she added, slowly pointing one of her jeweled fingers at the sparkling liquid, " a sight that beg- gars all description; and yet listen, — I will paint it for you, if I can. "It is a lovely spot; tall mountains, crowned with verdure, rise in awful sub- limity around; a river runs through, and bright flowers grow to the water's edge. There is a thick, warm mist that the sun seeks vainly to pierce. Trees, lofty and beautiful, wave to the motion of the breeze. But there a group of Indians gather, and flit to and fro with some- thing like sorrow upon their dark brows; and in their midst lies a manly form, — but his cheek, how deathly! — his eyes, how wildly they glare around with the fitful fire of fever! One friend stands be- side him, — I should say kneels, — for see! he is pillowing that poor head upon his breast. Genius in ruins on the high, holy-looking brow! Why should death mark it, and he so young? Look! How he throws back the damp curls! See him clasp his hands! Hear him shriek for life! How he clutches at the form of his companion, imploring to be saved! Oh, hear him call piteously his father's name! See him twine his fingers to- gether, as he shrieks for his sister, — the twin of his soul. See! His arms are lifted to heaven! How wildly he prays for mercy! But fever rushes through his veins. The friend is beside him, weeping, awe-stricken; the dark men move silent- ly away, and leave the living and the dy- ing together!" There was a hush in that princely par- lor, broken only by what seemed a smoth- ered sob from some manly bosom. The bride stood yet upright, with quivering lips, and tears streaming down her pallid cheeks. Her arm had lost its extension; and the glass, with its contents, came slowly toward the range of her vision. She spoke again. Every lip was mute; her voice was low, faint, yet distinct. Still she fixed her sorrowful glance upon the winecup: " It is evening now; the great white moon is coming up, and her beams fall gently on his forehead. He moves not; his eyes are growing dim. In vain his friend whispers the name of father and sister; no soft hand and no gentle voice bless and soothe him. He sinks back; one convulsive shudder — he is dead!" A groan ran through the assembly. So vivid was her description, so unearth- ly was her look, so inspired her man- ner, that what she described seemed ac- tually to have taken place then and there. They noticed, also, that the 34 1^ BRETHREN FAMILY ALMANAC. bridegroom had hidden his face, and was weepinj. "De;d!" she repeated, her lips quiv- ering fister, and her voice more broken, — "and there they scoop him a grave; and thpre, without a shroud, they lay him down in the damp, cold earth, — the only sen of a proud father, and the idol- ized b 'Other of a fond sister; and he sleeps today in that distant country, with no stone to mark his grave; there he lies, — my lather's son, my own twin brother, — a vibtim of this deadly poison! Fa- ther," 'she exclaimed, turning suddenly, while the tears rolled down her beautiful face,—" father, shall I drink the poison now?^^ The form of the judge was convulsed with agony. He raised not his head; but in a smothered voice, he faltered, — " No, no, my child! — for heaven's sake, no!" She lifted the glittering goblet, and, letting it fall suddenly to the floor, it was dashed to pieces. Many a tearful eye watched her movement, and instan- taneously every glass was transferred to the marble table. Then, as she looked at the fragments of crystal, she turned to the company, saying, " Let no friend hereafter, who loves me, tempt me to peril my soul for wine, or any other poi- son. Not firmer are the everlasting hills than my resolve, God helping me, never to touch or taste the terrible poison. And he, to whom I have given my hand, — who watched over my brother's dying form in that land of gold, — will sustain me in this resolve, will you not, my hus- band?" His glistening eyes, his sad, sweet smile, was his answer. The judge had left the room; but when he returned and, with a more subdued manner, took part in the entertainment of the bridal guests, no one could fail to see that he, too, had determined to banish the enemy at once and forever from that princely home. Reader, this is no fiction. I was there, and heard the words, which I - have penned as nearly as I can recollect them. This bride, her husband, and her brother, who died in the gold regions of Cali- fornia, were schoolmates of mine. Those who were present at that wedding of my associates never forgot the impres- sion, so solemnly made, and all, from that hour, forsook the social glass. A Boy's Composition. Water is found everywhere, especially when it rains, as it did the other day, when our cellar was half full. Jane had to wear her father's rubber boots to get the onions for dinner. Onions make your eyes water, and so does horserad- ish, when you eat too much. There is a good many kinds of water in the world — rain-water, soda-water, holy-water and brine. Water is used for a good many things. Sailors use it to go to sea on. If there wasn't any ocean the ships could not float and they would have to stay ashore. Water is a good thing to fire at boys with a squirt and to catch fish in. My father caught a big one the other day, and when he hauled it up it was an eel! Nobody could be saved from drowning if there wasn't any water to pull them out of. Water is first-rate to put fires out with. I love to go to fires and see the men work at the engines. This is all I can think of about water — except the flood. — Industrial School Gem. All Entered the Ministry. When Miss Lucy wanted particularly fine chickens, she always drove over to see old Aunt Etta, who had a scrap of a farm and made a specialty of raising chickens for the quality folks. One day, as the lady stopped in front of the cabin. Aunt Etta came out and hung over the gate. "Chickens!" she exclaimed, in answer to her customer's request, — "chickens! Why, law. Miss Lucy, don't you all know there's been a camp-meetin' and preach- ers' conference down here? Why, I ain't got one chicken left. They're all done entered the ministry.'* 35 BRETHREN FAMILY ALMANAC. |y A Scene in Life By Peter Brower. Two boys were reared in the same community, attended the same school, entered high school together, were gen- erally in the sarne classes. One was bright, intelligent and witty, generally at the head of his class. He could take a glance at his lessons and have them committed. Many others longed, and only wished they had the insight and aptness that he had. He was the ad- miration of the whole school. He seemed to be a born leader. The other one was not so apt, was more generally at the foot of his classes, was of a reserved nature, and when examination days ar- rived did not get such good grades; yet, with perseverance and hard study, he managed to keep in the same classes. Both finished their school work and started on the rugged path of life for themselves. One married a charming young lady. They did not accept Jesus as their Savior. They may have thought they would attend to that later. Several children blessed this home, and things seemed to move along very well for a while; but alas! a day came when the man who had said he would protect and provide for those of his own, was found in the ditch. He was down lower than the brute creation. Early in life he had formed the wrong associations; he had gone in the paths of sin. Friends, just for friendship's sake had invited him to partake of the intoxi- cating bowl. No doubt, as many other young men, he thought this would be the only time, but, sad to say, his appe- tite for the soul-damning stuff increased. He had plenty of the same kind of friends who helped him on his down- ward course. The bloom from the cheeks of his young, fair wife soon faded away. Her once quick and active step was changed to a more moderate pace. Her upright form grew more inclined. Their fine residence was exchanged for a mere hovel. Instead of the man whom she loved as God designed, supporting her and caring for her, she was largely left to care for herself. She was often seen gathering a few fagots, that she might keep herself and little ones from perish- ing from the effects of the wintry blasts. Through the place they called home, the fierce winds would pass. Sometimes the sun would pierce through the open ings. in the walls, and add a ray of com- fort to their desolate condition. Through the effects of Demon Alcohol upon the head of the family, many other sins and indulgences took hold of him, and he became more alienated from his dear one, whom he had promised to love and protect. A few months later the mother was taken suddenly ill. She rapidly grew worse, until one day, just as spring- approached with all its grandeur and beauty, she passed away. Some said that from over-exposure and anxiety for her family she had con- tracted "quick consumption"; others said that it was from a broken heart. After the mother had been laid away, the chil- dren were scattered; the home, the dear- est place on earth, was broken up. Awhile later in life, the father, letting alcohol have full control, went to a dis- tant city and became intoxicated. A train passed over his body, crushing out the last part of his wrecked life. He was brought home a corpse. The noble mind and intellect that should have been used to God's glory, were lost through the effects of alcohol! The other young man also married. He and his young companion had ac- cepted Christ and entered into fellow- ship with God's people. When they started out on life's pathway together, they invited Christ into their home; they set up the family altar; they be- came active workers in his service. The home was blessed with children who grew up to be useful men and women God blessed the home with abundance. Under their roof rested many a weary pilgrim, and they gave of their time and much of their rneans to convert the world and make humanity better. Down 36 BRETHREN FAMILY ALMANAC. to old age they lived together in peace and happiness. The world is made bet- ter by their living in it. Many will call them blessed, and through the hour of transition to the other world, the "rod and staff" of the Master will comfort them. Young man, young woman, which example will you follow? The two ways are before you; you have your choice. South English, Iowa. Questions for Boys and Girls If you are good at guessing or answer- ing, here are a few questions you can wrestle with: You can see any day a white horse, but did you ever see a white colt? How many different kinds of trees grow in your neighborhood and what are they good for? Why does a horse eat grass backward and a cow forward? Why does a hop vine wind one way and a bean vine the other? Where should a chimney be the larger, at the top or bottom, and why? Can you tell why a horse when tethered with a rope always unravels it, while a cow always twists it into a kinky knot? Can you tell why leaves turn upside down just before a rain? What wood will bear the greatest weight ' before breaking? Why are all cow-paths crooked? Fingers Before Forks Oliver 'Wendell Holmes enjoyed noth- ing so much as a clever retort, even if it happened to be at his own expense. One day at an entertainment he was seated near the refreshment table and observed a little girl looking with longing eyes at the good things. With his invariable fondness for chil- dren he asked, kindly, "Are you hun- gry, little girl?" " Yes, sir," was the reply. " Then why don't you take a sand- wich?" " Because I haven't any fork." " Fingers were made before forks," said the doctor, smilingly. The little girl looked up at him and re- plied, to his delight, " Not my fingers." 37 Flattened Out An evangelist was on a train with a preacher who had gone off into some kind of Christian Science craze and destruc- tive criticisms. He said to the evangelist. " I tell you, my brother, I have broad- ened out." " Oh, no," said the evangel- ist, ■" the trouble with you is you have flattened out." It looked like it, for in- stead of preaching to hundreds, as he once did, he confessed he was talking to a dozen in a parlor twice a week. District Missionary Secretaries Following is a list of District Mis- sionary Secretaries, as appointed by State Districts, in accordance with the plan adopted by Conference in 1911: Arkansas, First District and Southeastern Missouri. California, Nortiiern, D. L. Forney, Reed- ley, Cal. California, Southern, and Arizona, Geo. H. Bashor, 3115 Manitou Ave., Los Angeles, Cal. Colorado, Western, and Utah, Arthur Rust, Clifton, Colo. Idaho and Western Montana, David Belts, Nampa, Idaho. Illinois, Northern, and Wisconsin, J. S. Rodeffer, Mt. Morris, 111. Illinois, Southern, Geo. W. Miller, La Place, 111. Indiana, Middle, J. C. Murray, North Manchester, Ind. Indiana, Northern, J. W. Kitson, Syra- cuse, Ind. Indiana, Southern, B. H. Goshorn, Clay City, Ind. Iowa, Middle, F. E. Miller, Muscatine, Iowa, 406 Lowe Street. Iowa, Northern, Minnesota and South Dakota, W. J. Barnhart, Minneapolis, Minn., 2110 Irving Avenue, N. Iowa, Southern, Leslie Cover, S. Ottumwa, Iowa. 118 S. Moore St. Kansas, Northeastern, F. E. McCune, Ot- tawa, Kans. Kansas, Southeastern, John Sherfy, Neal, Kans. Kansas, Northwestern, and Northeastern Colorado, Geo. R. Eller, Grinnell, Kans. Kansas, Southwestern, and Southern Colorado, W. H. Yoder, MePherson. Kans. Maryland, Eastern, Alfred Englar, New Windsor, Md. Maryland, Middle, Caleb Long, Boonsboro, Md. Maryland, Western, James W. Beeghly, Oakland, Md. Michigan, J. Edson Ulery, Onekama, Mich. Missouri, Middle, I. V. Enos, Adrian, Mo. Missouri, Northern, M. E. Stair, Polo, Mo. Missouri, Southern, and Northwestern Arkansas, none appointed. Nebraska, J. Edwin Jarboe, Red Cloud, Nebr. North and South Carolina, Georgia and BRETHREN FAMILY ALMANAC. Florida, Geo. A. Branscom, Melvin Hill, N. C. North Dakota, Eastern Montana and Western Canada, J. D. Kesler, Zion, N. Dak. Ohio, Northeastern, Edson W. Wolfe, Hartville, Ohio, Ohio, Northwestern, S. P. Berkebile, De- fiance, Ohio. Ohio, Southern, J. W. Fidler, Brookville, Ohio. Oklahoma, Panhandle of Texas and Pecos Valley, New Mexico, John R, Pitzer, Cor- dell, Okla. Oregon, Hiram Smith, Lebanon, Oregon. Pennsylvania, Eastern, I. W. Taylor, Neffsville, Pa. Pennsylvania, Southern, W. H. Miller, R. D. 4, Hanover, Pa. Pennsylvania, Southeastern, New Jersey and Eastern New York, M. C. Swigart, 6611 Germantown Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa. Pennsylvania, Middle. Chas. O. Beery, 1803 Adams Ave., Tyrone, Pa. Pennsylvania, Western. H. S. Replogle, Shelocta, Pa. Tennessee, none appointed. Texas and Louisiana, M. H. Peters, Man- vel, Tex. Virginia, First, J. A. Dove, Cloverdale, Va. Virginia, Second. Virginia, Northern, J. Carson Miller, Timberville, Va. Virginia, Eastern, E. E. Blough, Manas- sas, Va. Virginia, Southern. Washington (appointee moved out of State). West Virginia, First, Seymour Hamstead, R. D. 2, Oakland, Md. West Virginia, Second. Old Folks' and Orphans' Homes Old Folks' Home, Carlisle, Pa. Morrison Cove Home, Martinsburg, Pa. Brethren's Home, Neffsville, Pa. Brethren's Home, Greenville, Ohio. Old People's Home, Fostoria, Ohio. Old People's and Orphans' Home, Mexico, Ind. The Aged Persons' Home and Orphan Asylum, Middletown, Ind. Old People's and Orphans' Home, Mt. Morris, 111. The Home, Girard, 111. Old Folks' Home, Marshalltown, Iowa. Old Folks' Home, Darlow. Kans. Fahrney Memorial Home at San Mar, near Mapleville, Md. Old Folks' Home, Timberville, Va. ^ Orphans' Home, Timberville. Va. The Annual Meeting for 1914 For the second time, in the history of the Brotherhood, the General Confer- ence, this year, v^ill be held west of the Rocky Mountains. The place selected is Seattle, Washington, and the date for the opening of the Conference proper is June 23. The Standing Committee, how- ever, will meet and organize on Thurs- day, June 18. The location for the meeting is said to be ideal, and the accommodations fully as good as ever enjoyed at any of our Conference g'atherings. May we not have a good representation from all parts of the Brotherhood? List of Missionaries Under the General Mission Board Denmark. Wine, A. F. Wine; Attie C. Sweden. Buckingham, Ida C. Graybill, J. F. Graybill, Alice M. India. Arnold, S. Ira Arnold, Eliz. B. Blough, J. M. Blough, Anna Z. Cottrell, Dr. A. R. Cottrell. Dr. Laura M. Ebey, Adam, Ebey, Alice K. Eby, E. H. Eby, Emma H. Eby, Anna M. Emmert, Jesse B. Emmert, Gertrude B. Heisey, H. B. Heisey, Grace N. Himmelsbaugh, Ida Holsopple, Q. A. Holsopple, Kathren R. Kaylor, John I. Kaylor, Rosa W. Lichty, D. J. Lichty, Nora A. Long, I. S. Long, Effle V. Miller, Eliza B. Miller, Sadie J. Powell, Josephine Pittenger, J. M. Pittenger, Florence B. Quinter, Mary N. Ross, A. W. Ross, Flora M. Royer. B. Mary Shumaker, Ida C. Stover, W. B. Stover, Mary N. Widdowson, S. Olive, Ziegler, Kathryn China. Blough, Anna V. Bright, J. Homer Bright, Minnie F. Brubaker, Dr. O. G. Brubaker, Cora M. Crumpacker, F. H. Crumpacker, Anna N. Gripe. Winnie Horning, Emma, Hutchison, Anna M. Metzger, Minerva Vaniman, Ernest D. Vaniman, Susie C. Wampler, Dr. Fred J. Wampler, Rebecca S. PASTOR'S POCKET RECORD This record affords space for the recording of 63 Church Officers; 714 members; over 6.000 pastoral calls; 42 communion services; 126 baptisms; 84 marriages; 105 funerals; 275 sermons; 63 addresses; 168 new members, besides ten other departments. Very con- venient to carry in pocket. Price, postpaid, 50c. BRETHREN FUBZ.ZSHING HOUSE, EI.GIN, ZIil^XlTOZS. 38 BRETHREN FAMILY ALMANAC. Missionary Offerings at A. M. 1890 Pertle Springs, Mo $ 224.30 1891 Hagerstown, Md., 295.11 1892 Cedar Rapids, Iowa, 366.82 1893 Muncie, Indiana, 244.33 1894 Meyersdale, Pa 260.88 1895 Decatur, 111 366.12 1896 Ottawa, Kans 302.00 1897 Frederick, Md 500.74 1898 Burling-ton Park, 111 1,400.01 1899 Roanoke, Va., 1,609.90 1900 No. Manchester, Ind 1,868.00 1901 Lincoln, Nebr., 1,881.22 1902 Harrisburg, Pa., 1,732.66 1903 Bellefontaine, Ohio 5,632.04 1904 Carthage, Mo 5,677.19 1 905 Bristol, Tenn., 7,750.61 1906 Springfield, 111 10,142.32 1907 Los Angeles, Cal., 8,266.21 1908 Des Moines, Iowa, 23,594.76 1909 Harrisonburg, Va., 12,716.36 1910 Winona Lake, Ind., 16,482.95 1911 St. Joseph, Mo 13,563.01 1912 York, Pa 16,099.95 1913 Winona Lake, Ind., 20,796.88 General Educational Board The General Educational Board of the Church of the Brethren is as follows: H. C. Early, Penn Laird, Va., Chairman. Otho Winger, N. Manchester, Ind., Vice Chairman. A. C. Wieand, 3435 Van Buren St.. Chi- cago, 111., Secretary. J. C. Bright, Troy, Ohio, Treasurer. J. S. Flory, Bridgewater, Va. L. T. Holsinger, Rossville, Ind. J. H. B. Williams, Elgin, 111. By direction of Conference the Board has under its supervision the following schools: Juniata College, Huntingdon, Pa. Blue Ridge College, New Windsor, Md. Bridgewater College, Bridgewater, Va. Daleville College, Daleville, Va. Manchester College, North Manchester, Ind. Mount Morris College, Mount Morris, 111. Bethany Bible School, 3435 Van Buren St., Chicago, 111. McPherson College, McPherson, Kans. Lordsburg College, Lordsburg, Cal. There are other schools conducted by Brethren, but they have not yet been placed under the supervision of the Board. Our Ministerial Force 1896 2,150 1897 2,208 1898 2,298 1899 2,361 1900 2,397 1901 2,569 1902 2,646 1903 2,750 1904 2,763 1905 2,769 1906 2,723 1907 2,831 1908 2,938 1909 2,987 1910 3,012 1911 3,049 1912 3,066 1913 3017 Annual Meeting Delegates The following- table shows the number of delegates sent by the churches for sixteen years: Time and Place. rn a; u bo a; 0) be K lA W Q O >= (U -^ -a 104 18 Q 14 10 o 1897 Frederick, Md., . 93 239 1898 Naperville, 111., 136 118 24 28 13 319 1899 Roanoke, Va., .. 126 105 22 26 13 292 1900 N. Manch., Ind., 149 114 35 34 16 348 1901 Lincoln, Nebr., . 156 no 25 37 12 10 350 1902 Harrisburg, Pa., 167 115 18 34 22 7 363 1903 Bellefontaine, O., 162 117 22 44 13 13 371 1904 Carthage, Mo., . . 160 115 18 40 8 9 350 1905 Bristol, Tenn., . . 165 91130 38 8 16 348 1906 Springfield, 111., 173 127133 41 16 14 404 1907 Los Angeles, Cal., 100 47 10 5 2 16 38 263 1908 Des Moines, la.. 201 115 23 47 12 16 414 1909 Harrisonb'g, Va., 193 104 17 44 5 18 381 1910 Winona L., Ind., 228 128 29 54 14 33 486 1911 St. Joseph, Mo., 227 101 11 45 16 40 440 1912 York, Pa 210 116 20 39 11 25 421 1913 Winona L., Ind., 256 100 24 61 12 23 486 1915 January. July. .J.. 1 2 1 2 3 3 41 5 6 7 8 9 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 17118 19 20 21 22 23 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 31 . . ..|..|.. ..|.. . . |. . Petoruary Aug-USt. ..1 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 21 ?,?, 23 24 25 26 27 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 28i.. 29 30 .. IM [ar ch. September. 1 2 3 4 5 6 ..|.. .. 1 2 3 4 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 51 6 7 8 9 10 11 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 12113 14 15 16 17 18 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 19120121 22 23 24 25 28 29 30 31 26|27|28 29 30 A pri 1. October. 1 2 3 .... .. 1 2 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 25 26 27 28 29 30 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 . . ..|.. 31 .. .. .... May. KToven iber. 1 ..!.. .. 1 .. 11 2 3 41 5 6 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 7 8 9 10 1112 13 9 10111 12 13 14 15 14115 16 17 18 19 20 16117 18 19 20 21 22 21122 23 24 25 26 27 23124 25 26 27 28 29 28129130 30131 . . . . ..|..|.. .. June. December. | ....11 2 3 4 '5 ..].. .. 1 2! 3 4 6 71 8 9 10 11 12 51 6 7 8 9 10 11 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 12113114 15 16 17 18 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 19120121 22 23 24 25 27128 29130|.. 26127128! 29 30131 Eas 3te r. A.P ril 4. I ^en tec ;os t. Ma y 23. BRETHREN FAMILY ALMANAC. f Gish Fund Books List of Books Available to Ministers of the Church of the Brethren under the Provisions of the Gish Publishing Fund November 1, 1912. These books at the special price named are limited to ministers of the Church of the Brethren. Those whose names are not in the Almanac will please have a notice of their election written out by the Elder, and sent in with their order. Price of books remains the same, whether ordered by single copy or in quantity, whether by mail or express or freight. All orders should be addressed to BRETHREN PUBLISHING HOUSE, Elgin, Illinois. 1. Trine Immersion as the Apostolic Porm of Christian Baptism. — By James Quinter. 15 cents. 2. Doctrine of the Brethren Defended. — By R. H. Miller. 14 cents. 5. Seven Churches of Asia. — By D. L. Mil- ler. 14 cents. 11. Bible Dictionary. — By Smith and Pel- oubet. Finely illustrated. 25 cents. 15. The Eternal Verities. — By D. L. Mil- ler. 19 cents. 18. The Lord's Supper. — Bv D. B. Gibson. 10 cents. 19. Modern Secret Societies. — By Chas. A. Blanchard, D. D. 10 cents. 22. The Book of Books. 12 cents. 23. Cruden's Concordance. This book con- tains 757 pages. 30 cents. 24. Bible Manners and Customs. — By Rev. G. M. Mackie- 12 cents, 26. Bible Atlas; Historical Geog-raphy of the Bible. — By J. L. Hurlbut, D. D. 60 cents. 28. Topical Text Book — Edited by R. A. Torrey, D. D. 12 cents. 29. History of the Brethren. — By M. G. Brumbaugh. 48 cents. 30. The Young Preacher. — By Theodore L. Cuyler, D. D. 10 cents. 31. The Twelve Apostles. — By J. W. Wayland. 12 cents. 32. The Iiife and Times of Jesus the Mes- siah. — By Alfred Edersheim. 69 cents. 33. The Sick, the Dying" and the Dead. — By J. G. Royer. 7 cents. 34. How to Master the English Bible. — By James M. Gray. 8 cents. 35. Teacher-Training with the Master Teacher. — By C. S. Beardslee. Forty les- sons, 178 pages. 9 cents. 36. Universalism Ag-ainst Itself. — By A. Wilford Hall, Ph. D. 15 cents. 37. Problems of Pulpit and Platform. — By D. D. Culler, 156 pages. 12 cents. 39. Bible Readings and Bible Studies. — By I. J. Rosenberger. 10 cents. 42. History of the Christian Church. Vol. VI. — By Philip Schaff. 88 cents. 43. Bible History. — By Prof. W. G. Blaikie, D. D. 30 cents. 44. War vs. Peace. — By Jacob Funk. Con- tains 175 pages. 15 cents. 45. History of Preaching, Vol. I. — By Prof. E. C. Dargan, D. D. 30 cents. 46. The Character of Jesus. — By Horace Bushnell. 15 cents. 47. History of Preaching, Vol. II. — By Prof. E. C. Dargan, D. D. 40 cents. Finger Posts on Lifers Highway By John T. Dale. DO you want to know how to succeed in life? Read this book. It contains 620 pages, covering more than one hundred articles, each of which is a " finger post " pointing a road to success. It is a key to true development of mind and heart, and happiness here and beyond. The author has had unusual opportunities for exercising his faculty of close ob- servation in country and city life, and this collection of articles is the result of many years' gathering. A wise maxim, or rule of business has saved many a "fortune; a word of caution has saved many a precious life, and a word of warning many a soul. Such words and maxims are found in this volume. As a book for a family library it is immensely valuable. There are chapters for all, regardless of sex, age, condition in life, calling or profession. Be sure to include this in the list of books you buy this year. Bound in cloth. Price, $1.50. Special terms to agents. BRETHREN PUBLISHING HOUSE, Elgin, Illinois. 40 > BRETHREN FAMILY ALMANAC. Churches and Missions, with Pastors or Elders in Charge. Below will be found a list of Brethren churches, with the pastors or elders in charge, by States, as complete as could be arranged from the data in hand. Some churches have several elders, but only one could be given. In most instances the one named is the elder in charge, whether resident or nonresident. For a number of congregations, or missions, the name of the pastor is given. For the address of any of these elders or pastors, see ministerial list elsewhere. Canada. Fairview, Melvin Rensberger. Irricana, G. A. Shamberger. Mountain View, John Bare. Pleasant Ridge, Luther Shatto. Sharon, C. A. Shamberger. China. Liao Chou, Geo. W. Hilton. Ping Ting Chou, F. H. Crum- packer. Denmark. Thy, C. Hansen. Vensyssel, C. Eskildsen. India. Ankleshwer, J. B. Blough. Bulsar, J. B. Emmert. Dahanu, Adam Ebey. Jalalpor, J. B. Emmert. Vulli, D. J. Lichty. Vyara, A. W. Ross. Sweden. Kjaflinge, B. Lindell. Malmo, J. F. Graybill. Simrishamn, A. Andersson. Vannaberga, Per Jonsson. Alabama. Oneonta Mission, S. D. Zigler. Fruitdale, Madison VVinc. Arizona. PhcEnix, C. W. Guthrie. Glendale, F. F. Durr. Arkansas. Austin, H. J. Lilly. Carlisle, H. J. Lilly. Hartford, M. V. Price. Mt. Hope, W. T. Price. Palestine, W. T. Price. Pilot Knob, M. V. Price. Springdale, W. S. Watts. St. Francis, Lee Woodiel. Turnmore. California. Bangor, M. E. Andrews. Bethany, David Sink. Boyle Heights. Butte Valley, H. F. Maust. Channing, G. G. Lehmer. Chico, J. Harman Stover. Covina, Geo. F. Chemberlen. Egan, S. E. Yoder. Empire, J. W. Deardorff Fresno Mission, Cor. of Harvey and Thesta Sts., C. E. Wolf. Fruitvale, M. E. Andrews. Glendora, S. W. Funk. Imperial Valley, W. M. Piatt. Inglewood, W. Q. Calvert. Kerman, S. Edgecomb. Lindsay, I. S. Brubaker. Live Oak, W. R. Brubaker. Long Beach, G. F. Chemberlen. Lordsburg, Edmund Forney. Los Angeles, D. W. Crist. Los Angeles (Santa Fe Mis- sion), 1003 Santa Fe Ave., G. H. Bashor. Los Angeles (South), Cor. of Fiftieth St. and Hooper Ave., Wm. H. Wertenbaker. McFarland, Andrew Blickenstafl. Oak Grove, D. R. Holsinger. Pasadena, Cor. of Hudson Ave. and Herkimer St., W. E. Tres- tle. Patterson, W. F. Haynes. Pomona, S. E. Yundt. Raisin City, Harvey Eikenberrv. Reedley, Cor. of 11th and L Sts., J. J. Brower. Sacramento Val., Jesse Over- holtzer. Santa Ana, B. F. Masterson. Santee, San Diego Co., G. H. Bashor. Tropico, Wm. Stutsman. Colorado. Antioch, A. J. Detrick. Bethany, A. J. Detrick. Bethel, J. Stambaugh. Colorado City, Second and Jefferson Sts., E. F. Sherfy. First Denver, S. Washington and Mississippi Aves., John A. Robinson. First Grand Val., J. E. Bryant. Fruita, S. Z. Sharp. Good Hope, J. H. Kinzie. Hartman, M. S. Frantz. Hotchkiss, N. T. Brubaker. McClave, W. D. Harris. Mt. Garfield, W. A. Rose. Prowers, H. Ullom. Rocky Ford, John Bjorklund. Smith Fork, N. F. Brubaker. Sterling, D. B. Miller. Wiley, Homer Ullom. District of Columbia. Washington City, Fourth St. and N. "Carolina Ave., S. E., B. B. Garber. Florida. Zion (Herndon), J. V. Felt- house. Zion, Abram Buck. Idaho. Boise Valley, J. F. Ullery. Boise City, (Mis.) District Mis- sion Board. Clear Water, Chas. M. Yearout. Coeur d'Alene Mission, Chas. M. Yearout. Lost River Valley (Idaho Falls), L. E. Keltner. Madden View, L. E. Keltner. Moscow Mission, Chas. M. Year- out. Nampa, L, E. Keltner. Nezperce, B. J. Fike. Payette, L. H. Eby. Payette Valley, J. E. Shamberger. Twin Falls, C. Fahrney. Weiser, L. H. Eby. Winchester, H. C. Longanecker. Illinois. Allison Prairie, S. W. Garber. Arnold's Gr., W. H. Eisenbise. Astoria, D. J. Blickenstaff. 41 Batavia, 217 N. Van Buren St., James M. Moore. Bear Creek, B. F. Filbrun. Big Creek, D. J. Blickenstaff. Blue Ridge, W. T. Heckman. Camp Creek, M. L. Hahn. Cerro Gordo, David M. Adams. Champaign Mission,. 803 N. Market St., C. A. Lewis. Cherry Grove, T. R. Young. Chicago, R. H. Nicodemus. Hastings, 1523 Hastings St., W. J. Horner. Douglas Park, 1605-07 S. Cal- ifornia Ave., E. E. Eshel- man. Bethany, 3435 W. Van Bu- ren St., E. B. Hoff. Coal Creek, M. L. Hahn. Decatur, J. W. Lear. Dixon, O. F. Shaw. Elgin, 781 Highland Ave., J. H. B. Williams. Franklin Grove. C. M. Suter. Girard, Cor. Fifth and Washing- ton Sts., I. J. Harshbarger. Hickory Gr., W. H. Eisenbise. Hudson, J. H. Neher. Hurricane Creek, J. W. Lear. Kaskaskia, D. T. Wagner. LaMotte Prairie. J. C. Stoner. Lanark, I. B. Trout. Liberty, G. O. Stutsman. Loraine, M. L. Hahn. Macoupin Cr., M. Flory. Martin Cr., G. Nevinger. Milledgeville, J. E. Miller. Mt. Carroll, David Rowland. Mt. Morris, M. W. Emmert. Mulberry Grove, H. Lilligh. Naperville, 55 Benton Ave., I. R. Beery. Oak Grove, J. W. Switzer. Oakley, D. J. Blickenstaff. Okaw, Geo. W. Miller. Panther Creek, S. W. Garber. Pine Creek, C. C. Price. Pleasant Grove, Henry Lilligh. Polo, John Heckman. Rock Creek, J. G. Royer. Rockford, Cor. of Morgan and West Streets, John Heckman. Romine, D. T. Wagner. Salem, Geo. W. Miller. Shannon, David Rowland. Spring Run, Fulton Co., Urias Blough. Sterling, 618 Sixth Ave., J. U. G. Stiverson. Sugar Creek, James M. Master- son. Virden, W. H. Shull. Waddams Grove, P. R. Keltner. West Branch. S. S. PJum. Woodland, J. W. Lear. Yellow Cr., P. R. Keltner. Indiana. Anderson, D. W. Bowman. Andrews, D. M. Byerly. Arcadia, Elias Smeltzer. Bachelor Run, Benjamin Wray. Baugo, H. M. Schwalm. Beaver Creek, J. G. Stinebaugh. Beaver Dam, D. M. Byerly. BRETHREN FAMILY ALMANAC. Berrien, (Mich.) Mission Board of Northern Indiana. B^ithel, Manly Deeter. Bethel Center, W. L. Hatcher. Beech Grove, E. O. Norris. Bethany, E. O, Norris. Blissville, John Markle. Blue River, Walter Swihart. Bremen, John KaufEman. Buck Creek, L. L. Teeter, Burnetts Cr., G. B. Heeter. Camden, D. M. Byerly. Camp Creek, J. W. Shively. Cedar Creek, David Hoover. Cedar Lake, J. H. Urey. Clear Creek, I. B. Wike. Eel River, Samuel Leckrone. Elkhart City, E. L. Heestand. Elkhart Valley, Frank Kreider. Elkhart (West Goshen), Wm. Hess. English Prairie, Samuel J. Bur- ger. Fairview, J. W. Root, Fort Wayne. Flora, I. C. Snavely. Four Mile, J. W. Rarick. Goshen City, I. L. Berkey. Harrison County, E. O. Norris. Hartford, H. L. Fadely. Howard, John Flora. Hillsburg, Nathaniel Cripe. Huntington, J. H. Wright. Huntington City, 922 W. Ma- tilda St., C. C. Kindy. Indianapolis, Geo. W. Hahn. Kewanna, J. S. Stinebaugh. Killbuck, Jacob A. Miller. Ladoga, E. N. Goshorn. Landesville, I. B. Wike. Laporte (Mission Board). Lick Creek, D. E. Bowman. Little St. Joe (Mich.) Mission Board of Northern Indiana. Loon Creek, Henry B. Wike. Lower Deer Cr., J, G. Stine- baugh. Lower Fall Cr., Fred Fesler. Manchester (City), S. S. Blough. Maple Grove, Chas. Nefif. Markle, D. B. Garber. Mexico, Frank Fisher. Middle Fork, J. H. Wright. Mississinewa, Jacob A. Miller. Monticello, David Dillirfg. Mt. Pleasant, E. N. Goshorn. Muncie, L. T. Holsinger. Nappanee, David Metzler. Nettle Creek, L. W. Teeter. New Bethel, J. W. Rarick. New Hope, E. O. Norris. New Salem, John Stout. Noblesville. Wm. Burcham. North Liberty, Daniel Whitmer. N. Manchester, Otho Winger. Ogans Creek, Geo. E. Swihart. Osceola, Wm. H. Shidler. Palestine, D. M. Byerly. Peru, J. W. Norris. Pine Creek, Daniel Wysong. Pipe Creek, D. P. Nead. Pleasant Dale, Geo. E. Swihart. Pleasant Hill, Jesse Gump. Pleasant Val., I. L. Berkey. Pleasant View, John Wright. Plevna, Peter Houk. Portage (Mission Board, N. Ind). Portland, D. M. Byerly. Prairie Creek, Lewis Huflfman. Pyrmont, Jeremiah Barnhart. Roann, G. E. Swihart. Rock Run, J. E, Weaver. Salem, S. F. Henricks. Salamonie, Henry B. Wike. Santa Fe, Amos Kendall. Sampson Hill, W. L. Ross. Shipshewana, J. H. Schrock. Somerset, Ellis Brubaker. S. Bend (First), Cor. Miami St. and Indiana Ave., M. Clyde Horst. S. Bend (Second), Cor. of Gushing and Van Buren Sts. J. W. Grater. Spring Creek, Chester Brallier. Sugar Creek, Henry Neff. Summitville, W. L. Hatcher. Springfield, I. L. Berkey. St. Joe Valley, D. S. Cripe. The Fountain, E. O. Norris. Tippecanoe, Manly Deeter. Topeka, J. H. Fike. Turkey Creek, Flenry Wysong. Union, J. A. Appleman. L'nion Center, D. H. Anglemyer. Upper Deer Cr. Upper Fall Cr., D. F. Hoover. Wabash City, E. S. Brubaker. Walnut, J. F. Appleman. Walnut Level, D. W. Byerly. Washington (Mission Board of Northern Indiana). W. Lebanon, H. L. Fadely. W. Marion, J. W. Norris. White, L. T. Holsinger. Windfall, Nathaniel Cripe. Yellow (Treek, Hiram Roose. Yellow River, J. W. Kitson. Iowa. Beaver, C. B. Rowe. Brooklyn, J. I. Diehl. Cedar County, John Zuck. Cedar Rapids, D. Elmer Miller. Coon River, Irving Haughtelin. Council Bluffs, Church Ave. F. 823, M. R. Weaver. Crooked Cr., H. C. N. Coffman. Curlew, W. H. Pyle. Dallas Center, C. B. Rowe. Des Moines City, First Church of the Brethren, Virgil C. Fin- nell. Des Moines Val., W. E. West. Dry Creek, D. W. Miller. East Nodaway, J. M. Follis. English River, H. C. N. Coff- man. Fairview, Orlando Ogden. Franklin, A. L. Sears. Franklin County, Harvey Gil- liam. Garrison, W. H. Long. Greene, W. H. Hood. Grundy County, I. W. Brubaker. Marian, J. Q. Goughnour. Indian Cr., C. B. Rowe. Iowa River, F. M. Wheeler. Kingsley, A. M. Laughrun. Libertyville, W. N. Glotfelty. Maple VaHey, J. E. Rolston. Middle Creek, Peter Brower. Monroe County, Peter Brower. Mt. Etna, J. M. Follis. Muscatine, F. E. Miller. Oak Grove, J. O. Goughnour. Osceola, A. L. Sears. Panther Creek, J. B. Spurgeon. Pleasant Prairie, Joshua Schech- ter.^ Prairie City, W. I. Buckingham. Salem, S. Bucklew. Sheldon, J. E. Rolston. Slifer, J. Q. Goughnour. Spring Cr., Harvey Gilliam. South Keokuk, Daniel Miller. S. Ottumwa, Peter Brower. S. Waterloo, A. P. Blough. Kansas. Abilene, Geo. Manon. 42 Altamont, John S. Clark. Altoona, F. E. Button. Appanoose, C. W. Shoemaker. Arkansas City. Belleville, E. D. Steward. Bloom, G. W. Weddle. Burr Oak, T. F. George. Chanute, J. S. Sherfy. Chapman Creek, I. L. Hoover. Conway Springs, J. J. Bowser. Cottonwood, C. A. Shank. Dorrance Mission, O. H. Feiler. Eden Valley, G. W. Weddle. Fredonia, A. Wampler. Garden City, J. E. Crist. Grenola, J. E. Crist. Hartman. Hutchinson, A. G. Miller. Independence, W. H. Miller. Kansas Center, Henry Brubaker. Kansas City, I. H. Crist. Earned, M. Keller. Earned City, J. Edwin Jones. Lawrence, Benj. Forney. Mc Clave, W. D. Harris. McCune, Henry Shideler, McPherson, E. E. John. Maple Gr., A. J. Wertenberger. East Maple Grove, E. E. Joyce. Monitor, J. J. Yoder. Morrill, C. B. Smith. Mt. Ida, L. Watkins. Murdock, I. G. Harris. Navarre, C. A. Shank. Neosho, John Sherfy. New Hope. Newton, Leander Smith. Newton Mission, Cor. of Tenth and Oak Sts., Leander Smith. N. Solomon, I, S. Lerew. Olathe, H. F. Crist. Osage, Henry Shideler. Ottawa, Ninth and Main Sts., G. M. Throne. Overbrook, I. L. Hoover. Ozawkie, J. A. Root. Paint Creek, J. F. Campbell. Parsons, J. E. Crist. Peabody, J. J. Yoder. Pleasant (5rove, Benj. Forney. Pleasant Ridge, John J. Ernst. Pleasant Valley, A. F. Miller. Pleasant View, I. L. Hoover. Prairie View, M. Keller. Quinter, D. A. Crist. Ramona, O. O. Button. Rock Creek, Walter Mason. Salem, L. E. Fahrney. Santa Fe, C. E. Wolf. Sabetha, R. A. Yoder. Saline Val., L. W. Fitzwater. Scott Valley, Chas. A. Miller. Slate Creek, J. J. Troxel. Topeka, C. J. Hooper. Verdigris, S. E. Lantz. Vermillion, Geo. G. Canfield. Victor, A. C. Daggett. Wade, Chas. Crist. Walton, J. E. Thomas. Washington, J. M. Gauby. W^ashington Cr., W. A. Kinzi'^ West (Treek Mission, S. E. Lantz. White Rock, S. L. Myers. Wichita, 11th St. and Francis Ave., L. H. Root. Wichita (West Side Mission), Milwood and Anderson Sts. M. S. Frantz. Kentucky. Coftstance Miss., D. M. Garver. Wolf Creek, R. H. Reed. Louisiana. Oak Grove, J. C. Minnix. Roanoke, J. C. Minnix. ^ BRETHREN FAMILY ALMANAC. Maryland. Baltimore, 1506 N. Fulton Ave., J. A. Smith. Baltimore (Woodberry, Cor. Poole and W. Thirty-sixth Sts.), F. D. Anthony. Bear Creek, S. A. Miller. Beaver, Cr., Cabel Long. Beaverdam, Geo. K. Sapping- ton. Berkley, John E. Otto. Brownsville, A. B. Barnhart. Bush Creek, S. H. Utz. . Cherry Grove, D, M. Merrill. Denton, Geo. S. Rairigh. Fairview, I. W. Abernathy. Frederick City, G. S. Harp. George's Creek, J. T. Green. Green Hill, G. S. Rairigh. Hagerstown, J. C. Flora. J olinstown, Caleb Long. Licking Creek, John Myers. Locust Grove, A. P. Snader. Long Green, W. E. Roop. Manor, John E. Otto. Maple Grove, S. A. Miller. Middletown Val., G. S. Harp Monocacy, T. J. Kolb. Meadow Branch, Uriah Bixler. Northwest Baltimore (Fulton Ave.), John Smith. Oakland, James W. Beeghly. Peach Blossom, S. K. Fike. Piney Creek, J. H. Utz. Pipe Creek, Chas. D. Bonsack. Reisterstown, W. P. Englar. Ridgely, S. K. Fike. Sams Creek, A. P. Snader. Welsh Run, D. M. Zuck. West Point, W. P. Englar. Michigrau. Bear Lake, Samuel Younce. Beaverton, W. B. Neff. Black River, L. A. Fisher. Coleman, Perry A. Arnold. Chippewa Cr., J. E. Frederick. Crystal, Geo. E. Stone. Grand Rapids, Cor. of Burton St. and Gardner Ave., C. Wal- ter Warstler. Harlan, C. H. Deardorff. Homestead, J. W. Harshbarger. Lake View, Aaron M. Swihart Little Traverse, D. S. Kniesley. Long Lake, D. E. Sower. Nev/ Haven, C. L. Wilkins. Onekama, J. Edson Ulery. Riverside, Harvey Good. Saginaw, J. E. Albaugh. Sugar Ridge, Bruce Miller. Sunfield, H. W. Smith. Thornapple, S. M. Smith. Vestaburg, Samuel Bollinger. Woodland, J. M. Smith. Zion, J. P. Bowman. Minnesota. Deer Park, W. H. Eikenberry. Hancock, Samuel Bowser. L,ewiston, Jacob Wirt. Minneapolis, D. Warren Schock. Morrill, Isaac N. Wagoner. Root River, J. H. Graybill. Worthington, Joshua Schechter. Winona, Herbert Richards. Mississippi. Wayne Miss., Madison Wine. Missouri. Bethel, S. B. Shirky. Bethany, Noah Oren. Broadwater, Geo. Mahler. Cabool, C. Gitt. Carthage, Geo. Barnhart. Cedar County, Abel Killings- worth. Centerview, Jesse D. Mohler. Clearfork, C. A, Lentz. Deepwater, T. J. Simmons. Dry Fork, Noah Oren. East Prairie. Fairview, J. B. Hylton. Farrenburg, H. J. Lilly. Honey Creek (Mission Board). Joplin, Don Teeter. Kidder (Mission Board). Kansas City, G. W. Lentz. Little Brushy, Geo. Mahler. Log Creek, D. A. Shirk. Mineral Creek, James M. Moh- ler. Mound, Ira Witmore. Mound Valley, G. W. Lentz. Mount Hermon, N. A. Duncan. Nevada, D. W. Teeter, N. St. Joseph, J. S. Kline. Oak Grove, A. Killingsworth. Osceola, T. J, Simmons. Peace Valley, P. L. Fike. Pleasant View, J. H. Mason. Poplar Bluff, Geo. Mahler. Prairie View, David Bowman. Rockingham, E. G. Rodabaugh. Shelby County, S. B. Shirky. Shoal Creek, J. H. Argabright. Smith Fork, B. E. Kesler. S. St. Joseph, J. S. Kline. South Warrensburg, Jesse D. Mohler. Spring Branch, L. B. Ihrig. Spring River, J. H. Argabright. Turkey Creek, Jas. A. Campbell. Wakenda, E. • G. Rodabaugh. Warrensburg (City), E. A. Markey. Waynesville, I. L. Harris. Montana. Flathead Valley, John Early. Gilford. Glasston, John E. Joseph. Medicine Lake, J. E. Keller. Milk River Valley, J. E. Keller. Worthington. Kebraska. Afton, George Mishler. Alvo, A. P. Musselman. Arcadia, J. J. Tawzer. Beatrice, A. D. Sollenberger. Bethel, E. S. Rothrock. Edison, John J. Ernst. Exeter. E. S. Rothrock. Falls City, W. W. Blough. Glen Rock, W. W. Blough. Grand Prairie, Mission Board. Highline, S. G. Nickey. Juniata, C. D. Eager. Kearney, A. J. Nickey. Lincoln, S. E. Thompson. Logan Grove, N. B. Nelson. North Beatrice, H. A. Frantz. Omaha Mission, 2517 N. Twen- tieth St., M. R. Weaver. Octavia, M. N. Wine. Pioneer, David G. Wine. Red Cloud, I. B. Wagoner. South Beatrice, James J. Gish. South Loup, W. P. McLellan. S. Red Cloud, N. B. Wagoner. Silver Lake, P. T. Grabill. New Jersey. Amwell, Monroe B. Miller. New Mexico. Clovis, C. H. Brown. Miami, William Mohler. Pecos Valley, C. H. Brown. Sunshine, Samuel W^eimer. New York. Brooklyn, J. Kurtz Miller. North Carolina. Bethel, Joel Hensley. Brooklyn, S. P. Jones. Brummetts Creek, H. M. Grif- fith. Flat Rock, Emanuel Sheets. Fraternity, J. F. Robertson. Golden, W. A. Reed. Hollow Poplar, E. Peterson. Little Pine, J. A. Reed. Melvin Hill, Geo. A. Branscom. Mt. Carmel, Henry Sheets. Mill Cr., Geo. A. Branscom. Mountain Cr., J. K. West. New Bethel, N. C. Reed. Peak Creek, Martin Owens. Pleasant Grove, H. H. Masters. Pleasant Valley, Henry Sheets. Poplar, E. Peterson. White Rock, Henry Sheets. North Dakota. Berthold, D. W. Shock. Bowbells, J. C, Forney. Bowden Valley, Theo. Price. Cando, J. D. Kesler. Carrington, Alfred Kreps. Egeland, J. D. Kesler. Englevale, Isaac Miller. Golden Willow, W. J. McCann. James River, D. H. Niccum. Kenmare, J. C. Forney. Pleasant Valley, A. H. Blocher. Rock Lake, J. H. Brubaker. Ray, J. G. Wagenman. Salem, J. Wm. Shively. Snyder Lake, John Deal. Surrey, J. E. Joseph. Turtle Mountain, J. H. Bru- baker. White Rock, J. E. Joseph. Williston, D. F. Landis. York. Ohio. Ashland, W. D. Keller. Baker, G. A. Snyder. Bear Creek, John W. Beeghly. Beaver Creek, Aaron Coy. Beech Grove, S. W. Blocher. Bellefontaine, J. L. Weaver. Black River, James Murray. Black Swamp, Uriah Garner. Blanchard, D. P. Weller. Blue Creek, John Flory. Bristolville, A. W. Harrold. Brookville, J. W. Fidler. Canton, Cor. of Hoover and Ar- nold Ave. N. W., J. F. Kahler. Casstown, Sylvan Bookwalter. Charleston, Sylvan Bookwalter. Cincinnati Mission, D. M. Car- ver. Circleville, Sylvan Bookwalter. Constance Mission, D, M. Car- ver. County Line, Samuel Driver. Covington, Jacob Coppock. Dayton (East), S. A. Blessing. Dayton (West), Cor. of Fourth Ave. and College St., D. H. Keller. Deshler, David Lytle. Donnels Creek, J. E. Barnhart. Eagle Creek, B. F. Snyder. Eversole, Samuel Horning. Fairview, C. W. Stutsman. Fostoria, J. C. Witmer. Ft. McKinley, A. L. Klepinger. Frankfort, James May (Col.). Goshen, Rufus Wyatt. Greenville, A. Brumbaugh. Greenspring, L. H. Dickey, BRETHREN FAMILY ALMANAC. f 3^ Hickory Grove, Jacob Coppock. Immanuel, G. W, Sellers. Jonathan Creek, Samuel Sprankel. Laramie. Lexington, Allan Ackerman. Lick Creek, G. W. Sellers. Lima, 625 E. Elm St., S. P. Early. Logan, A. B. Horst. Loudonville, Aaron Heestand. Lower Miami, J. O. Garst. Lower Stillwater, L. A. Book- waiter. Lower Twin, Jonas Horning. Loramie, Jacob Coppock. Ludlow, Jesse Stutsman. Mahoning, A. W. Harrold. Maple Grove, Wm. Desenberg. Marble Furnace, Sylvan Book- waiter. Marion Mission, 137 Reed Ave., J. W. Barnett. Maumee, G. W. Sellers. May Hill, Sylvan Bookwalter. Middle District, Jacob Coppock. Newton, D. C. Hendrickson. North Star, S. Z. Smith. Oakland, John H. Christian. Owl Creek, G. S. Strausbaugh. Palestine, John Calvin Bright Pleasant Valley, W. K. Simmons. Poplar Grove, S. W. Blocher. Poplar Ridge, John Flory. Portage, J. P. Krabill. Prices Cr., Joseph Longanecker. Reading, A. W. Harrold. Richland, Ira E. Long. Ridge, J. W. Fidler. Rome, L. H. Dickey. Ross, J. A. Guthrie. Rush Creek, E. B. Bagwell. Salem, Wm. Minnich. Sand Ridge, J. L. Guthrie. Seneca, Adam Beelman. Sidney, S. Z. Smith. Silver Creek, J. W. Kiser. Stone Lick, Aaron Coy. Strait Creek, Sylvan Bookwalter. Sugar Creek, David Byerly. Sugar Ridge, E. H. Rosenberger. Swan Creek, D. G. Berkebile. Trotwood, D. M. Garver. Troy, Cor. Monroe and McKaig Sts., Sylvan Bookwalter. Union City, W. K. Simmons. Upper Stillwater, Jno. Calvin Bright. Upper Twin, J. F. Deaton. W. Milton, S. Miami St., Jesse K. Brumbaugh. White Cottage, Rufus Wyatt. White Oak, J. W. Fidler. Wyandot, L. H. Dickey. Oklalioma. Aylesworth, Josiah Lehman. Bear Creek, W. G. Cook. Bethany, Not reported. Big Creek. N. S. Gripe. Bright Star, G. W. Landis. Cement, F. E. Marchand. Cheyenne, J. R. Pitzer. Elk City, J. R. Pitzer. Enid Mission, E. J. Smith. Guthrie, N. S. Gripe. Hoyle, Ernest Shenefelt. Hoyle Creek, H. Booze. Indian Cr., W. P. Bosserman. Monitor, A. B. Diller. Mt. Hope, J. Lehman. New Hope, G. W. Landis. North Star, S. F. Niswander. New Oak Grove, F. E. Button. Oak Grove, G. W. Landis. Panhandle of Texas, W. P. Bosserman. Paradise Prairie^ N. S. Gripe. Pleasant Home, J. Lehman. Pleasant Plains, H. Booze. Pleasant Valley, Edward Ruff. Prairie Lake, H. Booze. Red River, Joseph Nill. Stillwater, D. E. Cripe. Sunshine, Samuel Weimer. Thomas, A. Appleman. Turkey Creek, Jos. Troxel. Union Center, W. P. Bosser- man. Washita, A. L. Boyd. Oreg'ou. Albany, Hiram Smith. Ashland, S. E. Decker. Bandon, C. H. Barklow. Bend, H. H. Keim. Coquille Valley, J. S. Root. Lebanon, Hiram Smith. Mohawk Valley, H. H. Ritter. Myrtle Point, Thomas Barklow. Newberg, S. P. Van Dyke. Portland, G. C. Carl. Talent, M. C. Lininger. Weston, John Bonewitz. Williams, J. L. Teeter. Williams Creek, Geo. W. Hoxie. Pennsylvania. Akron, I. W. Taylor. Albright, James Brumbaugh. Altoona, cor. of Sixth Ave. and Fifth St., W. S. Long. Annville, A. B. Ginjgrich. Antietam, C. R. Oellig. Aughwick, S. A. Norris. Ardenheim, W. J. Swigart. Artemas, John Bennett. Back Creek, D. A. Foust. Berlin, J. J. Shaifer. Bellwood, J. B. Miller. Bethany Mission, Paul H. Bow- man. Big Swatara, John H. Witmer. Bolivar, C. A. McDowell. Brothers Val., D. H. Walker. Buffalo, Green Shively. Carson Valley, L. B. Benner. Chambersburg, Peter S. Leh- man. Chess Creek, S. P. Zimmerman. Chiques, H. S. Zug. Claar, A. I. Claar. Clover Creek, J. K. Brown. Codorus, D. Y. Brillhart. Conestoga, S. H. Hertzler. Conewago, S. Z. Witmer. Coventry, M. C. Swigart. Dunnings Creek, Levi Rogers. Elk Lick, L. A. Peck. Elizabethtown, Samuel H. Hertz- ler. Everett, John S. Hershberger. Ephrata, Cor, of Locust St. and Church Ave., David Kilhefner. Falling Spring, Wm. C. Koontz. Fairview, W. H. Holsinger. Fairview, Middle District, Blair Co., Wm. H. HoUinger. Geiger Memorial, A. J. Culler. Germantown, M. C. Swigart. Georges Cr., Jasper Barnthouse. Glade Run, H. S. Replogle. Glen Hope, S. P. Zimmerman. Greensburg Church of the Breth- ren, Mahlon J. Brougher. Greentree, J. T. Myers. Hanover, Wm. H. Miller. Harrisburg, G. N. Falkenstein. Hatfield, F. P. Cassel. Huntingdon, H. B. Brumbaugh. Indian Creek, Western District E. K. Hochstetler. Indian Creek, Eastern District, Jacob M. Price. 44 Juniata Park, J. W. Wilt. James Creek, H. B. Brumbaugh. Jacobs Creek, J. K. Eicher. Johnstown, 1050 Bedford St. David Hildebrand. Lancaster, I. W. Taylor. Leamersville, D. D. Sell. Lewistown, S. J. Swigart. Little Swatara, E.^ M. Wcngcr. Ligonier, P. J. Blough. Lost Creek, Geo. Strawser. Lower Cumberland, Henry Beel- man. Lower Canowago, Hezckiah Cook. Maiden Creek, Wm. H. Over- holtzer. Manor, John W. Fyock. Maple Glen, Lewis Peck. Markleysburg, Samuel Umble. Marsh Creek, Albert HoUinger. Meyersdale, C. G. Lint. , Middle Creek, Josiah Berkley. Mechanics Gr., S. H. Hertzler. .Midway, John Herr. Mingo, Jesse Ziegler. Mountville, H. E. Light. Montgomery, Oran Fyock. New Enterprise, David Det- weiler. Norristown, James Shisler. Parkerford, J. P. Hetrick. Perry, E. D. Book. Philadelphia, D. Webster Kurtz. Pittsburgh, 1120 Greenfield Ave., T. R. Coffman. Pleasant Hill, D. B. Hohf. Plum Creek, H. S. Replogle. Quemahoning, P. J. Blough. Raven Run, S. I. Brumbaugh. Reading, E. M. Wenger. Red Bank, L. R. Holsinger. Ryerson Station Mission, H. A. , Stahl. Riddlesburg, W. A. Gaunt. Ridge, Albert HoUinger. Roaring Spring, A. G. Cross- white. Rockton, George D. Cleaver. Royersford, J. P. Hetrick. Scalp Level, Peter Knavel. Schuylkill, E. M. Wenger. Shade Creek, W. H. Fry. Snake Spring, W. S. Ritchey. Springville, John Schlosser. Spring Run, J. C. Swigart. Spring Grove, I. W. Taylor. Springfield, B. Hottle. Stoverstown. Sugar Valley, Chas. A. Schwenk. Summit Mills, Joel Gnagey. Spring Cr., J. H. Longenecker. Stoverstown, Herman B. Heisey. Ten Mile, R. T. Idleman. Tower City, E. M. Wenger. Trout Run, Silas Hoover. Tulpehocken, John Herr. Tyrone, C. O. Beery. Upper Codorus, E. S. Miller. Upper DubUn, M. C. Swigart. Uoper Canowago, C. L. Baker. Upper Cumberland, S. M. Stouf- fer. Warrior's Mark, J. B. Brum- baugh. Welsh Run, D. M. Zuck. West Conestoga, Cyrus R. Gib- bel. W. Greentree, D. M. Eshelman. W. Johnstown, J. H. Cassady. White Oak, Hiram Gibble. WiUiamsburg Mission, W. Third St., W. H. Holsinger. Woodbury, J. R. Stayer. Yellow Creek, D. A. Stayer. York, J. A. Long, y BRETHREN FAMILY ALMANAC. South Carolina. (No report.) South Dakota. Willow Creek, Grant Tooker. Tennessee. Bailey Grove, Jesse D. Clark. Beaver Creek, J. H. Peterson. Bristol, S. H. Garst. Cedar Grove, J. 1. Sizemore. Crowson, A. M, Bashor. French Broad, Jacob Wine. Jonesboro, C, H. Diehl. Knob Creek, D. F. Bowman. Limestone, A. E. Nead. Meadow Branch, John Murray. Midway, J. D. Clark. Mountain Val., P. M. Correll. New Hope, J. B. Hilbert. Piney Flats, S. H. Garst. Pleasant Hill, John H. Garst. Pleasant Mount, J. C. Bashor. Pleasant Valley, J. C. Bashor. Pleasant View, A. J. Vines. Union Valley, J. H. Peterson. White Horn, P. D. Reed. Texas. Bethel, G. E. Wales. Ft. Worth, K. G. Tennison. Live Oak, K. G. Tennison. Manvel, M. H. Peters. Nocona, A. A. Sutter. Panhandle, John Stump. Pleasant Grove, J. A. Miller. Portland, Jacob Witmore. Virg^inia. Allegheny, J. W. Jamison. Angel's Rest, M. I. Dickerson. Antioch (Bedford Co.), S. P. Beahm. Antioch (Franklin Co.), Riley Flora. Barren Ridge, Geo. A. Phillips. Beaver Creek (First District), Noah Boothe. Beaver Creek (Second District), A. S. Thomas. Belmont. Bethel, S. A. Sanger. Bethlehem, D. A. Naff. Bridgewater, Hiram G. Miller. Brock's Gap, Daniel Turner. Buena Vista, H. L. Alley. Burk's Fork, Joseph Hylton. Christiansburg, W. H. Naff. Cloverdale, S. Crumpacker. Cook's Creek, J. M. Kagey. Copper Hill, C. E. Eller. Coulson, S. G. Spangler. Crummits Run, A. S. Thomas. Cumberland, John Mullins, Daleville, D. N. Eller. Elk Run, Jacob Zimmerman. Fairfax, I. M. Neff. Flat. Rock, B. W. Neff. Germantown, R. L. Peters. Greenbrier, A. Frantz. Greenmount, I. C. Myers. Harrisonburg, P, S. Thomas. Headwaters. Jeter's Chapel, S. Crumpacker. Johnsville, D. C. Naff. Lebanon, S. D. Miller. Linville Creek, D. Hays. Lower Lost River. Benj. D. Hinegardner. Manassas, A. Conner. Madison, S. A. Sanger. Middle River, D. C. Flory. Midland, M. G. Early. Mill Creek, H. C. Early. Mine Run, I. A. Miller. Mountain View, W. H. Handy. Mt. Carmel, S. A. Sanger. Mt. Hermon, Riley Flora. Mt. Joy, S. P. Hylton. Mt. Jackson, S. P. Reed. Mt. Vernon, E. D. Kendig. Mt. Zion, M. Rothgeb. Monroe, G. W. Hutchison. Nokesville, M. G. Early. Oak Hill, John Clanahan. 'Peter's Creek, D. C. Naff.. Pleasant Valley (First District), Wyatt Reed. Pleasant Valley (Second Dis- trict), Peter Garber. Pleasant Hill, A. N. Hylton. Pleasant View, B. W. Neff. Powell's Fort, John Clanahan. Rappahannock, Siram May. Redoak Grove, W. H. Naff. Roanoke City, P. S. Miller. Rolling Creek, Jesse C. Jones. Salem, N. D. Cool. Sangerville, J. W. Wine. Saunders, S. Crumpacker. Smith's River, W. A. Elgin. Snow Creek, J. O. Boone. South Fork, Jacob A. Garber. Staunton, E. D. Kendig. Swan Creek, W. I. Hall. Thorny Bottom, Josiah Beverage. Timberville, J. Carson Miller. Topeco, A. N. Hylton. Trevilian, I. A. Miller. Troutville, Botetourt Co., Jonas Graybill. Unity. Upper Lost River, L. D. Cald- well. Valley Bethel, A. A. Miller. Walker's Well, L. A. Bowman. Walnut Grove, J. G. Lewis. White Rock, Wyatt Reed. White Shoals, J. I. Sizemore. Woodstock, H, R. Mowery. Washington. Centralia, M. F. Woods. E. Wenatchee, J. J. Filbrun. Myers Creek, D. B. Eby. Mt. Hope, J. O. Streeter. North Yakima, Geo. E. Wise. Olympia, J. S. Secrist. Seattle, 7211 Greenwood Ave., A. C. Root. Spokane, H. C. Longanecker. Stiverson, J. B. Simmons. Sunnyside, D. B. Eby. Tacoma, 704 S. Fiftieth St., E. Stanley Gregory. Tekoa, H. C. Longanecker. Wenatchee, A. B. Peters. West Virginia. Allegheny, J. T. Cosner. Bean Settlement, Geo. S. Arnold. Bean's Chapel, E. G. Bean. Beaver Run, Peter Arnold. Bethany, Z. Annon. Bluefield. Brady Gate, John Riggleman. Charleston (Not reported). Cheat River, E. T. Fike. Chestnut Grove, Jacob S. Zigler. Crab Orchard, James Rogers. German Settlement, Jonas Fike. Greenland, E. T. Fike. Harman, Jonas Fike. Knobley, Peter Arnold. Little Capon, J. A. Parish. Mill Creek, District Mission Board. Mt. Hope, Amos B. Peters. Mt. Union, Jasper Barnthouse. Mt. Zion, J. M. Wells. New Creek, R. W. Smith. North Fork, Obed Hamstead. North Mill Creek. S. G. Sites. Oakvale, D. N. Eller. Pleasant Val., M. C. Czigans. Pleasant View. Red Creek, John S. Fike. Reyerson Station, under care of a committee. Sandy Creek, Jeremiah Thomas. Seneca, Obed Hamstead. Shiloh, Obed Hamstead. Smith's Chapel, D. N. Eller. South Fork, J. A. Garber. Tearcoat, A. W. Arnold. Troutville, Jonas Graybill. Valley River, Z. Annon. White Pine, H. N. Kelley. Wisconsin. Ash Ridge, G. L. Fruit. Barron, Fred Feldkircher. Cloverdale, T. D. Van Buren. Chippewd Valley, H. C. Baker. Elk River, John H. Wallace. Irvin Creek, S. H. Baker. Maple Grove, J. G. Royer. Worden, J. G. Royer. Willard, E. P. Trostle. MINISTERIAL LIST Corrected up to and Including December 1 , 1913 CANADA. Bare, John Cowley, Alberta, N. W. T. Brubaker, A. J., ... Seven Persons, Alberta, Can. Brubaker, Peter, Medicine Hat, Alberta. Cawley, E. C, Irricana, Alta., Canada. Cool, A, S., Medicine Hat, Alta., Can. Irvin, David M Francis, Assa. Long, George, Irricana, Alta. Priser, J. W. Brunetta, Alta., Can. Rcish, Joseph D., ...Medicine Hat, Alberta, Can. Rensberger, Melvin, Osage, Sask., Can. 45 Shamberger, George A., Brant, Alta. Shatto, Luther, Nanton, Alta., Can. Strvcker, Geo. Kelvinhurst, Sask., Can. Swihart, E. Geo., Kelvinhurst, Sask., Can. Weaver, J. A., Keoma, Alta., ■ Can. Weddle, J. L., Cowley, Alberta. Ziegler, Ira, Rusthorne, Sask., Can, CHINA. Bright, J. Homer, Liao Chou, Shansi Prov. Crumpacker, F. H,, Ping Ting Chou, Shansi Prov. BRETHREN FAMILY ALMANAC. CUBA. Eby, Ira P Omaja, Santiago Province. Koolhof, Gerrett, San Marcos, Santa Clara Prov. DENMARK. Eskildsen, C. C Hirshalsvej 17, Hjorring. Hansen, Christian Bethesda, Bronderslev. Johansen, Martin, Hjorring. Olsson, Christian, Bedsted. Wine, A. F., . .Aalborg, Aagarde 26 Third Sal. INDIA. Arnold, Ira, .' Ankleshwer. Blough, J. M., Bulsar. Kbey, Adam, Karadoho, via Dahanu. Eby, E. H. (on a furlough to U. S.), . 3435 \ an Buren St., Chicago, 111. Emmert, Jesse, Jalapor. Heisey, Herman B., Vada, Thana Dist. Holsopple, Quincy, Bulsar. Kalidas, Lellubhai Amletha- Kaylor, J. I., Vada. Lichty, D. J., ..Umalla Village, Rajpipla State, .. Broach District Long, I .S., Vyara, Surat District Narsibhai, Icchabhai . . Bulsar, B. B. C. I. R. R. Pittenger, J. M. (on furlough to U. S.), Pleasant Hill, Ohio. Ross, Amos W. (on furlough to U. S..), Kearney, Nebr. Stover, Wilbur B Ankleshwer, PHILIPPINE ISLANDS. Beckner, W. O., Gerona, Tarlac, P. I. Detrick, Herbert, Manila, P. I. SWEDEN. Andersson, A., Rundelsgatan 26, Limhamn. Graybill, J. F., Friisgatan 1, Malmo. Johansson, Ola., Eolshall, Stockholm. Jonsson, Nils, Monbiougatan ii, Malmo. Johnsson, Per, Vannaberga, Vinslof. Lindell, B., '. Olserod. Lysell, Karl, . Farlof. Mauritsson, Andras, S. Forstadsgatan 66 a,.... Malmo. Petersson, John, Stauna, Marsta. CHINESE MINISTERS. Moy, Wing, ..3435 Van Buren St, Chicago, 111. Moy, Gwong, 3435 Van Buren St, Chicago, 111. UNITED STATES. Abernathy, 1. W Wilson, W. Va. Ackerman, John Coopersburg, Pa. Adams, David M., Cerro Gordo, 111. Aikey, Elmer, R. D., Bradford, Ohio. Akers, A. J., R. D. i, Riner, Va. Akers, G. W. R. D. 1, Sowers, Va. Akers, Joseph Oakvale, W. Va. Akers, Dr. R. T Alumridge, Va. Akers, Wallace, R. D. 1, Sowers, Va. Albaugh, H. P., 2312 Marshall Blvd., Chicago, 111. Albaugh, J. E Bannister, Mich. Alger, Lonnie L., Box 304, Girard, HI. Allbright, Wm. H., Grundy Center, Iowa. Alldredge, J. S., Anderson, Ind. Allen, H. C Snowflake, Tenn. Allen, J. R Dumont, Iowa. Allen, Thomas York, N. Dak. Alley, H. L., Bridgewater, Va. Allison, David W Shippensburg, Pa. Altland, Chas. H R. D. 3, East Berlin, Pa. Amick, Joseph Elgin, 111. Andes, D. L Fort Defiance, Va. Andrew, J. Fred Clay City, Ind. Andrews, M. E., Bangor, Cal. Angle, B. D ..1910 W. Lafayette Ave., Baltimore, Md. Anglerayer, D. H Nappanee, Ind. Anglemyer, Jesse J Williamstown, Ohio. Ankeny, Frank R. D. 2, Shelocta, Pa. Annon, G. W Thornton, W. Va. Annon, S. M., R. D. 1, Box 19, Montrose, W. Va. Annon, Zech Thornton, W. Va. Anthony, F. D., 1020 Falls Road, Rowland Park, Baltimore, Md. Appleman, Jacob, x Thomas, Okla. Appleman, John F Plymouth, Ind. Argabright, J. H., Fairview, Mo. Armentrout, G. W., Dighton, Kans. Arnold, Albert S Eglon, W. Va. Arnold, A. W Pleasant Dale, W. Va. Arnold, Charley M New Paris, Ind. Arnold, D. B., Oakland, Md. Arnold, D. E Purgitsville, W. Va. Arnold, G. S Burlington, W. Va. Arnold, John Lintner, 111. Arnold, John A Eglon. W. Va. Arnold, Perry A., Coleman, Mich. Arnold, Peter Burlington, W. Va. Arnold, Silas, Dobbin, W. Va. Arnold, W Somerset, Ohio. Atkins, J. M Leroy, Kans. Ausherman, C. F., R. D. 50, Myersville, Md. Austin, A. W., Gushing, Okla. Austin, Oliver, ..College Hill, McPherson, Kans. Auvil, A. C, R. D. 1, Box 30, Thornton, W. Va. Badger, Samuel, Manvel, Texas. Bagwell, E. B Bremen, Ohio. Bail, S. W., Lordsburg, Cal. Bailey, Arthur 578 Grove St., Morgantown, W. Va. Bailey, H. F., Fountain City, Tenn. Bailey, John P Bolivar, Mo. Bakener, Fred Leaf River, 111. Baker, C. L East Berlin, Pa. Baker, D Carson City, Mich. Baker, David S. Watauga, Tenn. Baker, D. H., Abbottstown St, Hanover, Pa. Baker, F. L., Fruita, Colo. Baker, Henry R. D. 3, Greenville, Ohio. Baker, H. C Mondovi, Wis. Baker, H. Jesse, ..R. D. 1, New Weston, Ohio. Baker, H. M., R. D. 2, New Weston, Ohia Baker, J. H., Masontown, Pa. Baker, John S., R. D. 4, Elizabethtown, Pa. Baker, J. S Everett, Pa. Baker, Levi, R. D., Bannister, Mich. Baker, N. E., Wichita, Kans. Baker, N. R., Ensley, Ala. Baker, Raphael Gormania, W. Va. Baker, S. H. R. D. 4, Augusta, Wis. Bane, W. W., Burlington, W. Va. Bantz, C. M., Trotwood, Ohio. Barkdoll, H. M R. D. 3, Naperville, 111. Barklow, B. F., Weston, Oregon. Barklow, C. H., Myrtle Point, Oregon. Barklow, T., Myrtle. Point, Oregon. Barnes, F Brandonville, W. \'a. Barnes, Lee, R. D. 2, Billings, Okla. Barnett, J. W., 204 Reed Ave., Marion, Ohio. Barnhart, A. B 228 Summit Ave., Hagerstown, Md. Barnhart, D. B., R. D. 1, Overbrook, Kans. Barnhart, D. L., R. D. 1, Owasco, Ind. Barnhart, G Carthage, Mo. Barnhart, G. A Wirtz, Va. Barnhart, Jeremiah R. D. 1, Ockley, Ind. Barnhart, John Mansfield, 111. Barnhart, J. E Donnelsville, Ohio. Barnhart, J. W., R. D. 3, Wirtz, Va. Barnhart, O., Morehead, Ky. Barnhart Walter J., ..4119 Irving Ave., North, Minneapolis, Minn. Barnthouse, Jasper, 8 W. Craig St., Uniontown, Pa. Barrette James S Baileytown, Tenn. Bashor, A. M Lawrenceburg, Tenn. Bashor, B. J., . . R. D. 1, Box 48, New Market, la. Bashor, D. C., Raisin City, Cal. Bashor, G. H., 1247J^ E. Twenty-seventh St, Los Angeles, Cal. Bashor, James D., Enid, Okla. Bashor, John C Jonesboro, Tenn. Bashor, J. B., Santa Ana, Cal. 'lor, S. C Jamestown, Colo. BRETHREN FAMILY ALMANAC. Batzel, G. S., R. D. 7, Everett, Pa. Baugher, A. S., R. D. 22, Lineboro, Md. Baugher, G. M Brodbecks, Pa. Baugher, Henry M., . . R. D. 1, Spring Forge, Pa. Baum, H. L Shannon, 111. Beabes, Newton, R. D. 6, Somerset, Pa. Beahm, G. W., Nokesville, Va. Beahm, I. N. H., Nokesville, Va. Beahm, J, C, Elk Lick, Pa. Beahm, S. P., Bedford City, Va. Beale, Jesse Waterloo, Iowa. Beals, S. W R. D. 6, Jonesboro, Tenn. Beam, J. C. W., Fourth St., Johnstown, Pa. Beam, Joseph, R. D. 3, Somerset, Pa. Bean, E. G., Indian Camp, W. Va. Bean, Wm. M Belief ontaine, Ohio. Beard, David R., Linwood, Md. Beaver, I., R. D. 2, Box 156, Mifflinburg, Pa. Beaver, O. J., Glendale, Arizona. Beaver, S. S R. D. 2, Shoemakersville, Pa. Beaver, W. H., St. John, Kans. Bechtel, O. H., R. D. 5, BlissvilTe, Ohio. Bechtelheimer, Boyd, Galveston, Ind. Becker, Allen G., R. D. 3, Manheim, Pa. Bedel, Luther, R. D. 2, Holton, Ind. Beeghly, A. J., R. D. 2, Friedens, Pa. Beeghly, James W., Oakland, Md. Beeghly, Jer. Markleysburg, Pa. Beeghly, John W., R. D. 14, Dayton, Ohio. Beelman, Adam Chicago, Ohio. Beelman, Geo. W 46 E. Chestnut St., Lancaster, Pa. Beelman, Henry Dillsburg, Pa. Beer, J. H Denton, Md. Beery, C. O., ..1727 Mifflin St., Huntingdon, Pa. Beery, Isaac R., ..90 Benton Ave., Naperville, 111. Beery, Jacob D Augusta, W. Va. Beery, Noah V R. D. 4, Brookville, Ohio. Beery, P. H 210 N. Thayer St., Ann Arbor, Mich. Beery, Salem, : De Beque, Colo. Benner, Levi B ,. . Duncansville, Pa. Bennett, John Artemas, Pa. Benton, Hoiner S., ..R. D. 1, Hollidaysburg, Pa. Berkebile, D. G., Delta, Ohio. Berkebile, S. P., R. D. 1, Defiance, Ohio. Berkey, D. R R. D. 3, Marion Center, Pa. Berkey, I. L R. D. 9, Goshen, Ind. Berkley, U. Albert, . . . Derby St., Johnstown, Pa. Berkley, J R. D. 1, Rockwood, Pa. Berkley, S. J., R. D. 2, Meyersdale, Pa. Berkley, Norman VV., 420 Ferndale Ave., Johnstown, Pa. Berkman, D. G Lanesburg, Ark. Betts, David R. D. 3, Nampa, Idaho. Betts, I. F Reedley, Cal. Betts, Jacob, R. D. 2, Nampa, Idaho. Beverage, Josiah Monterey, Va. Beverage, J. W Monterey, Va. Bible, J. W Flintstone, Md. Bilger, W. Frank, Grampian, Pa. Bingaman, A. L Cerro Gordo, HI. Binkley, N. W Pittsburg, Ohio. Biser, M. M., Junction, W. Va. Bishop, Nathan Knobsville, Pa. Bixler, Edward C, New Windsor, Md. Bixler, U Westminster, Md. Bixler, Wm., R. D., East Akron, Ohio. Bjorklund, John, 404 S. 9th St., Rock Ford, Colo. Blair, John A., ..College Hill, McPherson, Kans. Blessing, S. A West Milton, Ohio. Blickenstaff, Andrew, McFarland, Cal. Blickenstaff, D. J., R. D. i, Oakley, 111. Blickenstaff, Leo, Oakley, 111. Blickenstaff, Miles, McPherson, Kans. Blocher, Amos H York, N. Dak. Blocher, Ira G., Greenville, Ohio Blocher, Michael, Sacramento, Cal. Blocher, S. W., R. D. 4, Greenville, Ohio. Blough, A. P., 131 5 Grant Ave., Waterloo, Iowa. Blough, Charles W., R. D. 1, Hollsopple, Pa. Blough, E. E R. D. 1, Manassas, Va. Blough, Jerome E., R. D. 5, Johnstown, Pa. Blough, Norman H., Davidsville, Pa. Blough, P. J Hooversville, Pa. Blough, S. S., 403 Miami St.. North Manchester, Ind. 47 Blough, Urias, , Pleasant Mound, 111. Blough, W. VV hi. D. 2, Falls City, Nebr. Blue, Elmer D., R. D. i, Johnstown, Pa. Bock, Daniel Kokomo, Ind. Bogart, C. O R D. 2, Cabool, Mo. Bogue, Frank M Windfall, Ind. Bohn, J, S Peru, Ind. Bolinger, Solomon, R. D. 2, New Madison, Ohio. Bollinger, D, D., Fruitland, Idaho Bollinger, Milton M., . . R. D. 2, Vestaburg, Mich. Bollinger, Samuel, . . R. D. 1, Vestaburg, Mich. Bollinger, S., Parma, Idaho. Bollman, Jesse G., Elkhart, Ind. Bond, Wm White, fa. Bonewitz, J., Weston, Oregon. Bonsack, Chas. D., New Windsor, Md. Book, Edmund Blain, Pa. Book, I. B North Manchester, Ind. Book, Wm. I., 207 DeKalb Square, W^est, Philadelphia, Pa. Bookwalter, L. A., Trotwood, Ohio. Bookwalter, Sylvan, . . . . R. D. 2, New Paris, Ohio. Boomershine, Reuben, Brookville, Ohio. Boone, C. B R. D. 5, Roanoke, Va. Boone, John O Ferrum, Va. Boothe, Jesse R. D. 3, Floyd, Va. Boothe, Noah R Dulany, Va. Booz, Jacob M Souderton, Pa. Booze, H Aline, Okla. Borough, Samuel, Kirksville, Mo. Borough, Wm ..188 Elder St., South Bend, Ind. Bosserman, Eleazer Rawson, Ohio. Bosserman, Levi D., 296 S. Mentor Avenue., Pasadena, Cal. Bosserman, W. P., Tangier, Okla. Bowen, F. S., R. D., Zion, Pa. Bowers, Geo. F Taneytown, Md. Bowers, Harvey S., R. D. 1, Wakarusa, Ind. Bowers, Peter Parkersburg, ] 11. Bowie, J. B., Prairie City, Iowa. Bowlus, John S., Burkittsville, Md. Bowman, A Hagerstown, Ind. Bowman, A. D., R. D. 2, Wenatchee, Wash. Bowman, Asa, K. D. 5, Floyd, Va. Bowman, D Dillons Mills, Va. Bowman, David, Glenstead, Mo. Bowman, D. E..... . . . . . liagerstown, Ind. Bowman, Daniel F., R. D. 3, Johnson City, Tenn. Bowman, D. W., 3702 Columbus Ave., Anderson, Ind. Bowman, E. E Naffs, Va. Bowman, Geo., R. D. 1, Callaway, Va. Bowman, H. D., R. D. i, Laporte, Ind. Bowman, Isaac, R. D. 1, Boone Mill, Va. Bowman, Joseph, R. D. 1, Callaway, Va. Bowman, Joseph H. ..R. D. 5, Harrisonburg, Va. Bowman, J. J Dayton, Ohio. Bowman, J. P., R. D. 2, Prescott, Mich. Bowman, J. W., 904 S. Locust St., Ottawa, Kans. Bowman, L. A., R. D. 1, Callaway, Va. Bowman, Michael Topeka, Ind. Bowman, Paul H., 3255 Kensington Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. Bowman, Samuel, College Hill, McPherson, Kans. Bowman, S. I Harrisonburg, Va. Bowman, S. J., R. D. 4, Jonesboro, Tenn. Bowman, S. L Bridgewater, Va. Bowser, Daniel, 804 W. Poplar St., York, Pa. Bowser, Israel M R. D. 12, York, Pa. Bowser, J. J Conway Springs, Kans. Bowser, Samuel, Hancock, Minn. Boyd, A. L Cordell, Okla. Boyd, C. F., Newville, N. Dak. Bradley, E. J Saluda, N. C. Bradley, F. H., Imperial, Texas. Bradley, W. H., Kearneysville, W. Va. Bradshaw, M. E ..Relief, N. C. Brady, Geo. W., Fulks Run, Va. Brallier, Chester A., Pierceton, Ind. Brallier, Geo. H., Curlew, Iowa. Brallier, W. A., Greenville, Iowa. Brammell, H. L Ozawkie, Kans. Brandt, Harry A Box 133, Lordsburg, Cal. Branscom, Geo. A Melvin Hill, N. C. Bray, W. T., R. D. 3, Montrose, Mo. Breneman, Jacob Dover, Pa. Breshears, Asro, R. D. 1, Wheatland, Mo. BRETHREN FAMILY ALMANAC. Breshears, B. E Omak, Wash. Bricker, J. A., 833 Wellington St., Baltimore, Md. Brickey, Allen Aylesworth, Okla. Bridge, Albert Monticello, Ind. Bridge, G. O Reynolds, Ind. Bright, J. C 706 McKaig St., Troy, Ohio Brigner, Chas. W., Altoona, Kans. Brillhart, D. Y., R. D. 1, Dallastown, Pa. Brillhart, Uriah, Quinter, Kans. Brindle, J. H Kauffman, Pa. Britton, J. F., Bristow, Va. Broadwater, Clyde, , . Bittinger, Garrett Co., Md. Broadwater, J R. D. 2, Preston, Minn. Brodbeck, A. M., .' Dover, Pa. Brougher, Mahlon J., 126 Washington St., Greensburg, Pa. Brouse, W. P., Farmville, Va. Brower, Isaac U., Parkerford, Pa. Brower, Isaac W., Parkerford, Pa. 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Crabill, Joseph M., R. D., Woodstock, Va. Cripe, Calvin, .... New Paris, Ind. Cripe, Charles C, R. D. 10, Goshen, Ind. Cripe, Clyde, Middlebury, Ind. Cripe, D. E., ..505 East Maple St., Enid, Okla. Cripe, D. S., R. D., South Bend, Ind. Cripe, Israel, Mt. Carroll, 111. Cripe, Jacob, R. D. 13, Galveston, Ind. Cripe, John W Goshen, Ind. Cripe, Nath Hillisburg, Ind. Crist, A. D., Paola, Kans. Crist, Charles, R. D. i, Paola, Kans. Crist, D. A Quinter, Kans. Crist, D. W., ...143 North Eastlake Ave., Los Angeles, Cal. Crist, Henry F., 724 West Cedar St., Olathe, Kans. Crist, Isaac H., 16 N. Ferree St., Kansas City, Kans. Crist, J. E. Grenola, Kans. Crist, Roy A., Quinter, Kans. Cross, J. J., R. D. 1, Michigan City, Ind. Crosswhite, A. G., Roaring Spring, Pa. Crouch, E. M., Edinburg, Ind. Grouse, J. H., R. D. 2, Savanna, 111. Grouse, J. M., Brandon, Colo. Crouthamel, Hillery Line Lexington, Pa. Crowell, Devolt Bradford, Ohio. Crowell, J. A Bradford, Ohio. 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B Sunnyside, Wash. Eby, D. F., R. D. 21, Box 21, East Akron, Ohio. Eby, E. H., 3435 W. Van Buren St., Chicago, 111. Eby, Henry H R. D. 4, Dayton, Ohio. Eby, Jacob A Sunnyside, Wash, Eby, J. G., ..R. D. 1, Box 80, Summerfield, Kans. Eby, Josiah R. D. 14 Dayton, Ohio. Eby, L. H. Payette, Idaho. Ecker, G., Westminster, Md. Ecker, Thomas, Taneytown, Md. Eckerle. P. F Lanark, 111. Eddy, J. A., Woodstock, Minn. Edgecomb, Alba R. D. i, Ripley, Okla. 50 Edgecomb, S., Kerman, Cal. Edmister, J. F Garrison, Iowa. Edris, E. W Fredericksburg, Pa. Edwards, F. G, Mont Ida, Kans. Edwards, H. P., Woodlawn, Va. Edwards, Levi, Streets, N. C. Edwards, Robert Jonesboro, Tenn. Egan, E. J Elk Lick, Pa. Eicher, J. K Mt. Pleasant, Pa. Eidemiller, J. Howard, R. D. 2, New Carlisle, Ohio. Eikenberry, Amos LaPlace, 111. Eikenberry, Edward Greene, Iowa. Eikenberry, E. R., ..R. D. 5, Wenatchee, Wash. Eikenberry, Harvey Raisin, Cal. Eikeaberry, I. M., Onekama, Mich. Eikenberry, J., R. D. 6, Warren, Ind. 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Forney, Adam E., Seventh St., Chambersburg, Pa. Forney, Benj., ..1312 Conn. St., Lawrence, Kans. Forney, D. L Reedley, Cal. Forney, E Lordsburg, Cal. Forney, Henry Chenoa, 111. Forney, Hiram, Goshen, Ind. Forney, J. C, Rock Lake, N. Dak. Forney, Milton G R. D. 8, Lancaster, Pa. Forney, Peter Glendale, Ariz. Forrer, John Stuarts Draft, Va. Forry, Wm. A., ....634 Locust St., Lebanon, Pa. Foster, Frank Centralia, Okla. Foster, J. M., R. D. 3, Luray, Va. Foust, Daniel Johnson City, Tenn. Foust, D. A., R. D. 1, Greencastle, Pa. Fouts, D. H., Centralia, Wash. Fouts, E. S Fredric, Iowa. Fouts, S. S., Salem, 111. Fox, E. S., ._. R. D. 2, Earned, Kans. Fox, Barry T., Union Bridge, Md. Fox, Ira, R. D. 1, Clackamas, Oregon. Franklin, Ross, 912 W. Maple St., Independence, Kans. Franklin, W. K Lordsburg, Cal. Frantz, Abram M Dawson, W. Va. Frantz, Edward, Lordsburg, Cal. Frantz, H. A . . Holmesville, Nebr. Frantz, Ira H Mt. Morris, 111. Frantz, Isaac Pleasant Hill, Ohio. Frantz, John F Wabash, Ind. Frantz, J. R Fruita, Colo. Frantz, M. S., 1620 Anderson St., Wichita, Kans. Frederic, C Grundy Center, Iowa. Frederick, John D., ...R. D. 1, Nappanee, Ind. Frederick, J. E Rodney, Mich. Freed, Amos., Claypool, Ind. Freshour, C. N., Myersville, Md. Fretz, William South Hatfield, Pa. Friend, G. H Edmond, Kans. Friend, S. M., North Manchester, Ind. Fruit, G. L R. D. No. 2, Viola, Wis. Fry, Henry, Ludell, Kans. Fry, W. H R. D. i, Windber, Pa. Fulk, George H Genoa, Va. Fuller, Harry Oakwood, Ohio. Fultz, A. H Indian Camp, W. Va. Funderburg, Daniel, Markle, Ind. Funderburg, Drue D., R. D. 3, New Carlisle, Ohio. Funderburgh, Isaac V., Lordsburg, Cal. Funderburgh, Jacob C, L. B. 272, Eustis, Fla. Funk, Boyte H Bedford City, Va Funk, J Peabody, Kans. Funk, S. W Charter Oak, Cal. Furrey, G. W., Evanston, 111. Fyock, Abram, New Paris, Pa. Fyock, J. W., R. D. 2, Lovejoy, Pa. Fyock, J. W., 298 South Portland St., Bryan, Ohio. Fyock, Oran, R. D. 1, Lovejoy, Pa. Gable, Eli **'.';.. . Sotith Bend» Ind. Gaby, S. A., M\ T\ 1, Baileyton, Tenh. Gans, Lewis A. ......... R>D. i. Cashmere, Wash. Garber, B. B., . . .^ • 337 N. C. Avenue, S. E. Washington,^ D. C. ^':'c,... ►^^esTER C^':^'^ m m BRETHREN FAMILY ALMANAC. Garber, B. F , Hybla, Va. Garber, C. S., ..5217 Swift Ave., St. Joseph, Mo. Garber, D. B R. D. 2, Markle, Ind. Garber, D. B., R. D. i, Linville Depot, Va. Garber, Jacob A., R. D. 6, Harrisonburg, Va, Garber, John A 508 B St., S. E., Washington, D. C. Garber, J. C Mt. Sidney, Va. Garber, J. H xMewmarket. Va. Garber, J. R., Portis, Kans. Garber, Levi Mt. Sidney, Va. Garber, P Weyers Cave, Va. Garber, P. I., R. D. 6, Harrisonburg, Va. Garber, S. D., R. D. 2, Baileyton, Tenn. Garber, S. L., R. D. 6, Harrisonburg, Va. Garber, S. W., ..1556 N. Broadway, Decatur, 111. Garland, John C., Pleasant Ridge, Pa. Garner, Geo. W., . . . R. D. 1, Walbridge, Ohio. Garner, H. P., New Windsor, Md. Garner, Uriah R. D. 1, Walbridge, Ohio. Garst, Isaac B R. 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Gibson, I, J Girard, HI. Gibson, Javan , Girard, 111. Gibson, Walter, Wawaka, Ind. Gilbert, Elmer H North "Manchester, Ind. Gilbert, Frank Brethren, Mich. Gilbert, J, Z..3300 Griffin Ave., Los Angeles, Cal. Gillett, C. E., Holtville, Imperial Co., Cal. Gillett, Ola E., Holtville, Imperial Co., Cal. Gilliam, H Fredericksburg, Iowa. Ginger, Perry Warm Springs, Va. Gingrich, A. B., R. D. 4, Lebanon, Pa. Gingrich, Jacob H R. D. 4, Lebanon, Pa. Gitt. C. W Cabool, Mo. Gish, J. W Holmesville, Nebr. Gish, R. G., Laporte, Texas. Gish, W. B Thomas, Okla. Click, B, F., Trevilian, Va. Click, David C, R. D. 1, Dundee, Oregon. Click, Daniel M., Trevilian, Va. Click, H. N R. D. I. Bridgewater, Va. Click, J. D., R. D. 1., Dayton, Va, Click, Joel, Guymon, Okla. Click, John T., R. D. 17, Bridgewater, Va. Click, Jos Ames, Okla. Glotf elty, Wm, N Batavia, Iowa, Gnagey, A, L Fruita, Colo. Gnagey, Joel Meyersdale, Pa, Gnagy, Harvey A Dysart, Iowa. Cochenour, F,, 116 N. Central Ave., Chanute, Kans. Goldizen, John C Hopeville, W. Va. Good, George K., Poland, Ohio. Good, W. II., R, D„ McBain, Mich. Gordon, J. H., Surrey, N, Dak. Gorham, A. L., Payette, Idaho. Gochenour, Frank, Shaw, Kans. Goshorn, B, F Clay City, ind. Goshorn, E. N Ladoga, ln/1. Goshorn, G. V Clay City, Ind. Gosnell, William, Mt. Airy, Md, Gossard, Harry A Lanark, 111, Gotschall, R. E., 1521 W. Third St., Marion, Ind. Coughnour, J. Q., ..R. D. 2, Cowrie, Slifer, Iowa. Goughnour, S. M., Ankeny, Iowa. Grabill, Peter T Roseland, Nebr. Grady, George W Riverton, VV, Va. Grady, Isaac S., Berkey Ave., Goshen, Ind. Crapes, Chas. E., Pleasant Dale, W. Va, Crater, J. W., 619 N. Gushing St., So. Bend, Ind. Crater, W. H Morrison, III. Cray, S. S., Warriors Mark, Pa. Graybill, Geo., R. D. 3, Troutville, Va. Graybill, A, K. Nokesville, Va. Graybill, Israel B., R. D. 20, Lititz, Pa. Graybill, J. H., . . R. D. 2, Box 36, Preston, Minn. Graybill, Jonas, R. D. 3, Troutville, Va. Green, A, J., Leon, Kans. Green, J, T Lonaconing, Md, Green, Louis F., Ti-; Cubage, Ky. Greenawalt, W, H., 310 N. Second St., Goshen, Ind. Creenhalge, Jonathan, R. D. 38, Ingalls, Ind. Gregory, E. Stanley 716 S. Fiftieth St., Tacoma, Wash. Gregory, Orrin B., Sunnyside, Wash, Greyer, Saylor G., Redondo Beach, Cal. Griffeth, H. M Brummett. N. C. Griffith, Chas. V., Relief, N. C. Griffith, Jos. H Brummett, N. C, Gripe, N. S., Ripley, Okla. Groff, Edwin, R, D. 2, Carthage, Mo. Groff, Hershey Bareville, Pa. Groff, Joseph Covington, Ohio. Groff, J, C, Sterling, Colo. Groff, Nathan D., R. D. 1, New Weston, Ohio. Gross, Jesse, Bonita, Montague Co., Texas. Grossnickle, S. P Edenton, Ohio. Croup, W^. C R. D. i, York Springs, Pa. Groves, C. M., Junior, W. Va. Grove, W. D., R. D. 1, South English,* Iowa. Gruber, C. A Jeffersonville, 111. Gump, Charles O., ....R. D. 4, Churubusco, Ind. Gump, Jesse A Churubusco, Ind. Gump, John B., R. D. 1, Tippecanoe City, Ohio. Gump, S. S., North Manchester, . Ind. Custin, D. W R. 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D. 6, Plymouth, Ind. Hendrickson, D. C, Pittsburg, Ohio. Henry, J. M Daleville, Va. Henry, Samuel , Laton, Cal. 53 Hensley, Joel Higgins, N. C. Herr, John Myerstown, Pa. Hershberger, Howard, R. D. 1, Everett, Pa. Hershberger, J. S Everett, Pa. Hershey, E Gettysburg, Ohio. Hershey, J. W. G Lititz, Pa. Hertzler, S. H Elizabethtown, Pa. Hertzog, P. H R. D. 1, North Yakima, Wash. Hess, Henry L., R. D. 5, Manheim, Pa. Hess, J. W., .R. D. 2, Bridgewater, Va. Hess, Wm Goshen, Ind. Hesse, Clarence, Maysville, W. Va. Hetric, J. P., Pottstown, Pa. Hetrick, D. A Deanville, Pa. Hevner, John W., Hosterman, W. Va. Hicks, C. M., R. D. 1, Clear Spring, Washington Co., Md. Hicks, Oliver Z., ..R. D. 1, Wheelock, N. Dak. Hieshman, Geo VVardensville, W. Va. Highbarger, O. S 154 S. Potomac St., Hagerstown, Md. Hilbert, John B Jonesboro, Tenn. Hilbert, M. F., Brewersville, Ind. Hilbert, Robert, Jonesboro, Tenn. Hildebrand, D Conemaugh, Pa. Hildebrand, Jacob, North Liberty, Ind. Hilkey, J. 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W Chattanooga, Okla. Holsberry, J. K Kirt, W. Va. Holsinger, D, R., R, D, 1, Laton, Cal. BRETHREN FAMILY ALMANAC. Holbiilger, I. E., ..736 Taylor Ave., Avalon, Pa. Holsinger, J. L., Agra, Okla. Holsinger, L. F New Enterprise, Pa. Holsinger, L. R., New Bethlehem, Pa. Holsinger, L. T., Muncie, Ind. Holsinger, Virgil C, Williamsburg, Pa. Holsinger, W. H., Williamsburg, Pa. Holsopple, F. F Huntingdon, Pa. Holsopple, H. L R. D. 3, Versailles, Mo. Holsopple, Ira C Pottstown, Pa. Holsopple, Joseph, R. D. 2, Clymer, Pa. Holsopple, W. W., R. D., Versailles, Mo. Honberger, S. A., Neffsville, Pa. Honeycut, J. W., Poplar, N. C. Honeyman, B, F Dayton, Ohio. Hood, W. H Greene, Iowa. Hooper, C. J Oakland, Kans. Hoover, Blair, Ripley, Okla. Hoover, David E Garrett, Ind. Hoover, David F., R. I), 2, Middletown, Ind. Hoover, David H., Bridgewater, Va. Hoover, David P., 1803 Adams Ave., Tyrone, Pa. Hoover, Frederic Riddlesburg, Pa. Hoover, Isaac L., Overbrook, Kans. Hoover, J. J Sabetha, Kans. Hoover, J. 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H Bolar, Va Miller, A. L., R. D. 1, Dayton, Va. Miller, A. W., R. D. 1, South English, Iowa. Miller, B. F Dallas Center, Iowa. Miller, B. F R. D. 2, Vienna, Va. Miller, Bruce, Scottville, Mich. Miller, B. R., Winston, Mo. Miller, B. W., Advance, Pa. Miller, Chas. A R. D. 2, Westphalia, Kans. Miller, Clayton B., Elizabethtown, Pa. Miller, C. C R. D. 3, Wabash, Ind. Miller, Clessie A. New Lisbon, Ind. Miller, Clyde J R. D. 4, Bryan, Ohio. Miller, C. L Martinsburg, W. Va Miller, David, Stockport, Ind, Miller, David A York, N. Dak. Miller, D. B Atwood, Colo. Miller, D. Elmer ...1214 Sixth Ave., East Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Miller, De Witt H., Hebron Seminary, Nokesville, Va. BRETHREN FAMILY ALMANAC. Miller, D. L Mt. Morris, 111. Miller, D. P North English, Iowa. Miller, D. W Robins, Iowa. Miller, E. C, 1047 Vistula Ave., South Bend, Ind. Miller, E. J Junction City, Oregon. Miller, E. S Lineboro, Carroll Co., Md. Miller, F. E., ...406 Lowe St., Muscatine, Iowa. Miller, George H Mt. Carmel, Pa. 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J., Lindsay, Cal. Miller, S. P New Sharon, Iowa. Miller, S. S., Laplace, 111. Miller, S. S., East Berlin, Pa. Miller, T. J., R. D. 1, Kenedy, Texas. Miller, William H R. D. 4, Hanover, Pa. Miller, W. H ...320 S. 18th St., Independence, Kans. Miller, W. R., Onekama, Mich. Miller, Winfield T 2704 W. North Ave., Baltimore, Md. Mills, John W R. D. 3, Johnstown, Pa. Minnich, David R. D. 41, Union City, Ind. Minnich, G. W., Brethren Home, Greenville, Ohio. Minnich, Otto L Hemet, Cal. Minnich, Wm., R. D. 1, Union, Ohio. Minnix, Jos. C Roanoke, La. Mishler, Geo Cambridge, Nebr. Mishler, Iverson E New Paris, Ind. Mishler, J. D South Whitley,' Ind. Mishler, John L., R. D. 2, Middlebury, Ind. 57 Mishler, M. J R. D. 2, Conway, Kans. Mishler, Roy, Sidney, Ind. Mitchel, John A., Saline City, Ind. Mitchel, John C, R. D. 2, Center Point, Ind. Mitchel, Zion Wirtz, Va. Moherman, T. S Ashland, Ohio. Mohler, Dan Cerro Gordo, 111. Mohler, D. L Leeton, Mo. Mohler, D. M. Grand Junction, Colo. Mohler, George, Pleasant Hill, Ohio. Mohler, H. B. Elizabethtown, Pa. Mohler, Harvey H Grand Junction, Colo. Mohler, Jesse D., Warrensburg, Mo. ^"-'^'- Tames M Leeton, Mo. [ohn M Leeton, Mo. ivionier, ±1 Mohler, Je Mohler, Ja Mohler, Jc Mohler, J. 427 West Main St., Mechanicsburg, Pa. M°H^^' h^"^'^ S Elizabethtown, Pa. Moh er, M. S Leeton, Mo. ^T u^^' ^?"'' •••4341 Congress St., Chicago, 111. Mohler Wm., Springer, N. Mex. Jf ohr, F. H Bakers Summit, Pa. Mo 1 John T., Constance, Ky. Molsbee, Absalom Nocona, Texas. Montgomery, A. S R. D. 1, Boone Mill, Va. Montgomery, Riley Bringhurst, Ind. Montis, S. Fredericktown, Ohio. Moomaw, A R. D. 2, Prairie City. Iowa. Moomaw, J. P Williams, Oregon. ^ R. M . . - - - Moomaw, .Apple Creek, Ohi Moore, J. B Cambridge, Nebr. Moore, J. E °. ' »T ••-^414 Carpenter Ave., Des Moines, * Iowa. Moore, J H. . . . Elgin, 111. Moore, James M ,, • 3435 W. Van Buren St., "Chicago," ill'. Morphew J. E., Cadillac, Mich. Morris, James H. Cordell, Okla. Mortin, Silas, Trigo, Cal. Moss, Aaron, North Manchester, Ind. Moss, Lormg L, R. D., Copemish, Mich. Moss, Owen C, Dufify, W. Va. Mourer John H., R. D. 20, Idaville, Ind. Mow, A. I. . . . . Weiser, Idaho. Mow, Baxter M., Weiser, Idaho. Mowry, H. R., R. D. 1, Maurertown, Va. Moyer, Elmer R. D. 2, Souderton, Pa. Moyer, Henry H., ..639 Church St., Reading, Pa. Moyers, Henry, Dovesville, Va. Mullens, J P., Skeetrock, Va. Mummert, M Menges Mills, Pa. Munson, A. A. Lagrange. Mich. Murphy, Ross D Rummel, Pa. Murphy, William Carlisle, Pa. Murray, Claude H., ..Box 118, Kenmore, Ohio. Murray, Jacob A., R. D. 1, Smithville, Ohio. Murray, John Bean Station, Tenn. Murray, Jos. H., Roanoke, Va. Murray, J. C„ North Manchester, Ind. Murray, M. R., ..1514 Francis, St. Joseph, Mo. Musselman, A. P Alvo, Nebr Musser, I. N Columbia, Pa.' Myer, Diller S Bareville, Pa. Myer, John W., 748 Union St., Lancaster, Pa. Myer, O. A R. D. 2, Box 101, Williston, N. Dak. Myers, A. E., Paola, Kans. Myers, Benton Bangor, Cal Myers, C. E Shelocta, Pa*. Myers, C. S Springbrook, N. Dak. Myers, Earl, Hardy, Nebr. Myers, Frank B Star Route, Mt. Pleasant, Pa. Myers, F. A., Mt. Morris, 111. Myers, Franklin Lanark, 111. Myers, G. S., Curryville, Pa. Myers, I. C, R. D. 6, Box 26, Harrisonburg, Va. Myers, J. A Huntingdon, Pa. Myers, John C, Broadway, Va. Myers, Jacob M., R. D., Red Lion, Pa. Myers, J. M., Minot, N. Dak. Myers, John Lititz, Pa. Myers, John Sylvan, Pa. Myers, J. L., Loganville, Pa. Myers, J. T., Parkerford, Pa. Myers, M. M., Fairfax, Va. BRETHREN FAMILY ALMANAC. Myers, Millard R 1607 S. California Ave., Chicago. Ill Myers, O. R Huntingdon, Pa. Myers, R. T McVeytown, Pa. Myers, S. B R. D. i, Dallastown, Pa. Alters, Seth F., 608 Bell Ave., Altoona, Pa. Myers, S. L R. D. 1, Hardy, Nebr. Myers, Tobias, 2260 N. Park Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. Myers, T. T Huntingdon, Pa. Myers, Walter A., Nokesville, Va. Myers, Walter N., R. D. 3, Clymer, Pa. Naff, Benj. T Dillons Mill, Va. Naff, Daniel Naffs, Va. Naft', D. C R. D. 3, Roanoke, Va. Naff, John A., R. D. 1, Boone Mill, Va. Naff, W. H R. D. 5, Box 46, Floyd, Va. Nair, C. E Broadway, Va. Nead, A. E Limestone, Tenn. Nead, Daniel P., . . . R. D. 7, Box 62, Peru, Ind. Neal, Wm. F., R. D. 2, Claynool, Ind. Nedrow, Elmer F., . . R. 1). 9, Ludlowville, N. Y. Nedrow, Lloyd J., Jones Mills, Pa. Nedrow, R. A., Ludlowville, Tompkins Co., N, Y. Neff, A. L Syracuse, Ind. Neff, B. W., R. D., Quicksburg, Va. Neff, Chas. New Paris, Ind. Neff, E. E., Nokesville, Va. Neff, Earl C East Columbus, Ohio. Neff, Henry, Nappanee, Ind. Neff, Henry J., R. D. 1, South Whitley, Ind. Neff, Isaac M Fairfax, Va. Neff, James, Milf ord, Ind. Neff. Raleigh R., R. D. 1, New Paris, Ind. Neff, W. B., R. D. 2, Beaverton, Mich. Neher, Amos A. . San Dimas, Cal. Neher, Ananias, ' Guthrie, Okla. Neher, Andrew, McCune, Kans. Neher, A. S., R. D. 4, Tippecanoe City, Ohio. Neher, D. P., R. D. 4, McCune, Kans. Neher, David, Harlan, Mich. Neher, E. J Hollywood, Ala. Neher, J. H Hudson, 111. Neher, L. M Milford, Ind. Neher Oscar W,, Box 125, Mt. Morris, 111. Neher, S. S., Twin Falls, Idaho. Neher, VVm. D Chenoa, 111. Neibert, F. J., R. D. 1, Hagerstown, Md. Neikirk, D. H Lemasters, Pa. Nelson, N. B Stapleton, Nebr. Nelson, N. P Rosalia, Kans, Nesselrodt, Chas Belgrade, Va. Nevinger, G., Ellisville, 111. Newcomb, Lewis, Rocky Point, Va. Newcomer, E Mt. Morris, 111. Newcomer, M. S Mt. Morris, 111. Newcomer, S. I Lanark, 111. Niccum, D. H Bordulac, N. Dak. Nicholson, C, Lordsburg, Cal. Nickey, Amos J., 2823 Avenue E., Kearney, Nebr. Nickey, Paul A., R. D. 3, Kearney, Nebr. Nickey, S. G., Moorefield, Nebr. Nicodemus, R. H., 3435 W. Van Buren St., Chicago, 111. Nill, Joseph, R. D. 1, Hollister, Okla. Nine, Garfield, Weed, Cal. Nine, W. F Macdoel, Cal. Nihart, Clyde E., .Lake Arthur, N. Mex. Nininger, C. E., 409 W. First St., Santa Ana, Cal. Nininger, Harvey, College Hill, McPherson, Kans. Nininger, R. 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W. 412 Madison St., Connersville, Ind. Pearce, Samuel... 724 Horner St., Johnstown, Pa. Peck, J. C R. D. I, Box 42, Holton, Kans. Peck, J. W., R. D. 2, Meyersdale, Pa. Peck, L. A Savage, Pa. Feebler, A. J., Billings, Okla. Peek, Francis M., Grove City, Kans. Peifer, L. R R. D. 2, Springfield, Ohio. Pence, Geo. F., White Pine, Tenn. Pence, Joseph Port Republic, Va. Pence, Samuel, .North River, Va. Pepple, Elmer R. D. 1, Laotto, Ind. Perrott, George A., Fairplay, Md. Petcher, Glen W., Fruitdale, Ala. Peters, Amos B., R. D. 2, Wenatchee, Wash. Peters, Daniel, R. D. 1, Boone Mill, Va. Peters, J. B., Wirtz, Va. Peters, Jesse, R. D. 2, Wenatchee, Wash. Peters, John R., R. D. 2, Wenatchee, Wash. Peters, Morton H Manvel, Texas. Peters, N. C, R. D. 1, Boone Mill, Va. Peters, Owen "... Quinter, Kans. Peters, Preston, R. D. 1, Boone Mill, Va. Peters, Riley L., R. D. 3, Wirtz, Va. Peters, Wilfred R. D. 3, Wirtz, Va. Peters, Wm Detrick, Va. Peters, Woodford Miami St., North Manchester, Ind. 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Yakima, Wash. Piatt, W. M El Centro, Cal. Pletcher, I. R., R. D. 1. Stahlstown, Pa. Pletcher, Jeremiah M., R. D. 4, Box 103, Morgantown, W. Va. Plum, S. S R. D. 5, Polo, 111. Pobst, F. E., Plain, Wash. Poff, Chester W., Greentown, Ind. Pollard, R. T Garrett, Pa. Pollock, Alvin, 183 N. Van Buren St., Batavia. 111. Pontius, Bert, Elkhart, Ind. Popejoy, Wm. A., Poneto, Ind. Porter, S. E., Bradford, Ohio. Powell, E. M., R. D. 2, Buena Vista, Va. Prather, A. T R. D. 2, Woodruflf, S. C. Prather, Marion Woodruff, S. C. Prather, O. J Laurens, S. C. Pratt, E. W., Redmond, Oregon. Pratt, E. W., Santee, San Diego Co., Cal. Prentice, Geo R. D. 3, Aline, Okla. Price, C. C Polo, 111. Price, David E., Beatrice, Neb. Price, John H., R. D. 3, Unionville, Iowa. Price, J . M Harleysville, Pa. Price, M, V., Alpena Pass, Ark. Price, Theodore, Bowdon, N. Dak. Price, Wilson T., Wynne, Ark. Priddy, Anson C, R. D. 6, Muncie, Ind. Priddy, Jacob W R. D. 11, Muncie, Ind. Prigel, J. M., Gittings, Md. 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Renner, F. C New Midway, Md. Replogle, Abram, Roaring Spring, Pa. Replogle, Frank G., Rossville, Ind. Replogle, H. S., Scalp Level, Pa. Replogle, Oliver C, Etna Green, Ind. Resser, Geo. M., R. D. 2, Manchester, Ind. Rhoads, J. R., ....R. D. 10, Box 7, Fresno, Cal. Rhodes, Haddon, R. D. i, Johnstown, Pa. Reynolds, Chas., R. D. 1, Panora, Iowa. Ribblett, David C, R. D. 2, Johnstown, Pa. Richard, Herbert F., 469 W. Seventh St., Winona, Minn. Richard, J. H Maitland, Pa. Richardson, J Meadowbluff, W. Va. Richcreek, F. O., R. D. 3, Syracuse, Ind. Riddlesberger, I., 30 E. 3rd St., Waynesboro, Pa. Ridgley, Dow A R. D. i, Parkersburg, 111. Rife, Joseph D., Roann, Ind. Rife, Obed C, Converse, Ind. Riggleman, J Monterville, W. Va. Riggleman, W. L Rockoak, W. Va. Rilea, E. E., R. D. 2, Ireton, Iowa. Riley, Forrest, Onekama, Mich. Rinehart, Abram Onward, Ind. Riner, James A., Fayetteville, W. Va*. Ritchey, I. S., Towner, Colo. Ritchey, S Yellow Creek, Pa. Ritchey, W. S., R. D. 1, Everett, Pa. Rittenhouse, E. M., R. D., Alvordton, Ohio. Ritter, H. H., Mabel, Oregon. Roberson, J. B., Dodson, Va. Roberts, D. W. R. D. 1, Salem, Va. Roberts, Frank, Albia, Iowa. Roberts, I. F New Creek, W Va. Robertson, J. F. . . . R. D. 1, Winston-Salem, N. C. Robertson, Price Lindsay, Cal. Robertson, J. P., ..R. D. 1, Winston-Salem, N. C. Robeson, Jesse I Lonaconing, Md. Robbins, Jo. P., R. D. 5, Box 33, Arcanum, Ohio. Robinson, John A., 1109 S. Washington St., Denver, Colo. Robinson, T. A., 1122 S. Ogden St., Denver, Colo. Robison, Joseph, Middleton, Mich. Rock, James O., Navarre, Kans. Rodabaugh, A, R. D., Collins, Mo. Rodabaugh, E. G Stet, Mo. Rodabaugh, Willis, Fredric, Iowa. Rodahaver, J. J. R. D. 1., Mt. Pleasant, Pa. Rodecker, Thomas Mendon, Ohio. Rodes, A. J ..Clovis, N. Mex. Rodgers, J. C Matthews, Ind. Rogers, James W., Fayetteville, W. Va. Rogers, Levi, Alum Bank, Bedford County, Pa. Rogers, Thomas Windfall, Ind. Rogers, W. F., Fayetteville, W. Va. Rohrer, H. W., R. D. 1, Columbiana, Ohio. Roller, J. S Timberville, Va. Rolston, J. E., Sheldon, Iowa. Ronk, Chas., Bridgewater, Va. Ronk, Jesse, New Ross, Ind. Roof, Alfred B., 2220 Pitt St., Anderson, Ind. Roop, Geo., Union Bridge, Md. Roop, W. E Westminster, Md. Roose, Eli, Nappanee, Ind. Roose, Hiram Wakarusa, Ind. Roose, R. O., ..306 North Lafayette St., South Bend., InJ. Root, A. C, ..357 No. Seventy-second St., Seattle, Wash. BRETHREN FAMILY ALMANAC. t Root, John A Ozawkie, Kans, Root, Jos. A., Waynoka, Okla. Root, J, S Arago, Oregon. Root, J. VV., R. D. 21, Buck Creek, Ind. Root, L. H., Wichita, Kans. Root, T. C, ..R. D. 2, Box 16, Waynoka, Okla. Rose, W. A Palisade, Colo. Rosenberger, E. H McComb, Ohio. Rosenberger, I. J Covington, Ohio. Ross, J. F R. D. 6, Grafton, W. Va. Ross, W. L R. D. 2, Seymour, Ind. Roth, David Blain, Pa. Rothrock, Edgar Carlisle, Nebr. Rothrock, E. S Carlisle, Nebr. Rothrock, H. M., 6408 Pacific Ave., Tacoma, Wash. Rotruck, Noah M., Williamsport, W. Va. Row, W. J Junior, W. Va. Rowe, C. B., Dallas Center, Iowa. Rowland, C. P Lanark, 111. Rowland, David Lanark, 111 Rowland, D. A '. 516 North Dement Ave., Dixon, 111. Rowland, Elmer S., . . . . R. D. 6, Hagerstown, Md. Rowland, John, Maugansville, Md. Rowland, H. R., R. D. 6, Hagerstown, Md. Rowland, John E., West 7th St., Waynesboro, Pa. Royer, A. H., R. D. 5, Ephrata, Pa. Royer, Galen B Elgin, 111. Royer, Harvey L Dallas Center, Iowa. Royer, J. Abraham, 4612 Seventy-third St., S. E., Portland, Ore. Royer, Jesse E. ..R. D. 4, Box 57, Madison, Mo. Royer, J. G Mt. Morris, 111. Royer, John L., R. D. 4, Myerstown, Pa. Royer, John M., Millmont, Pa. Royer, Oliver, 122 Oak St., Union City, Ind. Royer, S. D Bradford, Ohio. Royer, U. S R. D. 7, Newton, Kans. Royer, Wm., R. D. 2, Arcanum, Ohio. Ruble, Lawrence, McVeytown, Pa. Ruflf, Edward, Sapulpa, Okla. Rufner, G Auburn, Ind. Ruhl, Allen B., R. D. 5, Manheim, Pa. Rummell, Wm., R. D. 5, Johnstown, Pa. Rupel, Andrew North Liberty, Ind. Rupel, C. 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Schechter, Joshua, Jr Worthington, Minn, Schechter, Samuel H Wenatchee, Wash. Schlosser, John, Schoeneck, Pa. Schlosser, Ralph W., Elizabethtown, Pa. Schlotman, S Missouri Valley, Iowa. Schrock, Clarence E., 3435 W. Van Buren St., Chicago, 111. Schrock, Harvey Wakarusa, Ind. Schrock, J. H Shipshewana, Ind. Schrock, W. G Berlin, Pa. Schnaithman, R. D. 4, Billings, Okla. Schultz, Lawrence, North Manchester, Ind. 60 Schwalm, H. M Wakarusa, Ind. Schwalm, Harvey W., . . . . R. D. 5, Goshen, Ind. Schwalm, Vernon, Wakarsua, Ind. Schwenk, Charles A., Loganton, Clinton Co., Pa. Sears, A. L R. D. 1, Garden Grove, Iowa. Secrist, Caleb Cordova, Md. See, S. W Mathias, W. Va. Seibert, J. C, Empire, Cal. Sell, Brice R. D. i, Hollidaysburg, Pa. Sellj Daniel D Plattsburg, Mo. Sell, David R. D. 1, HolUdaysburg, Pa. Sell, James A R. D. i, Hollidaysburg, Pa. Sellers, Arthur, R. D. 6, Bryant, Ohio. Sellers, E. G., Onekama, Mich. Sellers, G. W., R. D. 6, Bryan, Ohio. Senger, Anthony Ollie, Iowa. Senger, S. J. C, Astoria, 111. Setty, Sanford, Kerman, Cal. Shafifer, Daniel E 462 OverhiU St., Morgantown, W. Va. Shaffer, J. B., Table Grove, 111. Shaffer, J. B Valley Furnace, W. Va. Shaffer, J. J., R. D. 2, Berlin, Pa. Shaffer, Levi Hudson, Iowa. Shaffer, L. G., Johnstown, Pa. Shafford, John W., Rocky Ford, Colo. Shamberger, J. E., Payette, Idaho. Shanholtz, J. L., Level?, W. Va. Shank, C. A., Abilene, Kans. Shank, E Dayton, Ohio. Sharp, A. M Egelafld, N. Dak. Sharp, B. F., R. D. 4, Greenville, Ohio. Sharp, S. Z Fruita, Colo. Shaver, Daniel Bent Mountain, Va. Shaver, Isaac Copperhill, Va. Shaw, O. F Dixon, HI. Sheaffer, W. I Huntsdale, Pa. Shearer, Samuel S., R. D. 1, Rheems, Pa. Sheets, Andrew Gray, N C Sheets, E. M Dresden, N. C. Sheets, Henry Scottsville, N. C Sheets, T. A., Harmon, N. C. Shellenberger, J. B., ..Burnham, Pa. Shelley, P. G. . . Richfield, Pa. Shelly, D. F., Ollie, Iowa. Shenefelt, Ernest, Ames, Okla. Shenk, D. M Dorrance, Kans. Shepfer, E., Sugarcreek, Ohio. Shepherd, J. M R. D. 38, Ingalls, Ind. Shepherd, John Viola, Wis. Sherfy, Ernest F., ....403 Jefferson Ave., Colorado City, Colo. Sherfy, J., Mont Ida, Kans. Sherfy, J. S., 1309 S. Edith Ave., Chanute, Kans. Sherfy, N. B Blountville. Tenn. Sherland, Fred W., Wheelock, N. Dak. Sherrick, J. F., R. D., Middleton, Mich. Sherrick, M. M Mt. Morris, 111. Shick, J. N., 518 Western Ave., Waterloo, Iowa. Shickel, Jos Roanoke, Va Shideler, Daniel, R. D. 3, Warren, Ind. Shildeler, Henry, R. D. 5, McCune, Kans. Shideler, Noah M. 3435 W. Van Buren St., Chicago, 111. Shidler, Wm Osceola, Ind. Shirk, D. A., R. D. 1, Polo, Mo. Shirk, Nelson Mt. Morris, 111. Shirky, S. B., R. D. 4, Norborne, Mr. Shisler, J. B Harleysville, Pj.. Shively, E. E R. D. 21, Bremen, Ind. Shively, Calvin, Crowson, Tenn. Shively, G R. D. 4, Box 54, Mifflinburg, Pa. Shively, J. K., 848 St. Louis Ave., Long Beach, Cal. Shively, J. W ♦. Bourbon, Ind. Shively, J. Will Newville, N. Dqk. Shively, Levi S Mt. Morris, 111, Shober, S. U Somerset, Pa. 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C, (colored) 124 York St., Denver, Colo. Spidle, W. F I'iichland Center, Pa. Spitler, D. N Stony Man, Va. Spitzer, J. F Summitville, Ind. Spitzer, ■ S. F., Brownsville, Md. Sponseller, John, Sherwood, Ohio. Sprague, Byron Lablanche, Kans. Sprankel, S Massillon, Ohio. Spurgeon, J. B Adel, Iowa. St. John, Clyde, Bryan, Ohio. Stahl, H. A Glade, Pa. Stair, M, E Polo, Mo, Stambaugh, Ralph, Astoria, 111. Stanturf , Judson Station D, St. Joseph, Mo, Starbard, Earl M R. D., Clarksville, Mich, Starook, Samuel S R. D, 1, Lewisburg, Pa. Stauffer, Clinton \V R. D. 3, Polo, 111. Stauffer, E. H Rock Lake, N. Dak. Stauffer, Elmer J., Mulberry Grove, 111. Stauffer, Flarve}^ Onekama, Mich. Stayer, D. A U. D, 1, Hopewell, Pa. Stayer, J. C Woodbury, Pa. Stayer, J. R Woodbury, Pa. Steele, Lafayette, R. D. 1, Walkerton, Ind, Steele, Cyrus, Middlebury, Ind. Steel, W. M Everett, Pa. Steerman, C. H,, R. D. 4, Greencastle, Pa. Steffen, Conrad Bethel, • Mo. Steinbarger, Samuel J., . . R. D. 3, Lewistown, Pa. 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Wieand, John R., R. D. 2, Wooster, Ohio. Wike, Henry, R. D. No, 6, Huntington, Ind. Wike, I. B Huntington, Ind. Wiley, W. A R. D. 3, Ashland, Ohio. Wilkins, C. L Middleton, Mich. Wilkins, Walter, R. D. 1, Middleton, Mi^h. Williams, Bruce, Plattsburg, Mo. Williams, C. A., Bowmont, Idaho. Williams, C. E., R. D. 5, Floyd, Va. Wilhams, Chas. H., . . . R. D. i, Dillons Mill, Va. Williams, J. H. B Elgin, 111. Williams, Perry, R. D. 2, Plattsburg, Mo. Williamson, J. W Hedgesville, W. Va. Williar, Jacob O Route 2, Mt. Airy, Md. Williford, W. R., R. D. 5, Dandridge, Tenn. Willis, John Beelog, N. C. Willis, Robert, Poplar, N. C. Wilson, J. D R. D. 5, Greencastle, Pa. Wilson, Josiah S Junior, W. Va. Wilson, Nute, Pitts. ' Ark. Wilson, Roy X., Orbisonia, Pa. Wilt, J. W., 1100 2nd St., Juniata, Pa. Wimmer, John H Salem, Va. Wimmer, N. P Copperhill, Va, Wimmer, S. D., Oakvale, W. Va. Winder, W. C, ..College Hill, McPherson, Kans. Wine, A. J., 1036 Josephine St., Ft. Worth, Texas. Wine, D. D Covington, Ohio. Wine, David G., Enders, Nebr, Wine, D, P Forestville, Va, Wine, George, R. D. 6, Fresno, Cal. Wine, Geo. W., R. D. i, Dayton, Va. Wine, G. L., Huntington City, Ind. Wine, Jacob, Dandridge, Tenn. Wine, J. M., 922 E. Second St., Santa Ana, Cal. Wine, J. R., ..1221 N. Grand Ave,, Enid, Okla. Wine, J. W., R. D. 1, Dayton, Va. Wine, M. N Octavia, Nebr. Wine, Madison Fruitdale, Ala. Wine, W. M., Woodside, Del Wineman, D. B., Gettysburg, Pa, Winey, C. G East Salem, Pa. Winger, Otho, North Manchester, Ind. Wingert, Frank R. D., Franklin Grove, 111. Wingert, H. H Kingsley, Iowa. Winklebleck, Levi, Modesto, Cal. Wirt, James Virden, 111. Wirt, John H Lewiston, Minn. Wise, D. W .Grand Junction, Iowa. Wise, Geo. E North Yakima, Wash. Wise, W. M Grenola, Kans. BRETHREN FAMILY ALMANAC. #■ Witmer, John H Union Deposit, Pa. Witmer, Samuel Z Elizabethtown, Pa. Witmore, Ira Adrian, Mo. Witmore, Jacob, 135 Carey St., McPherson, Kans. Witmore, J. C, Fostoria, Ohio. Wolf, Abraham, Fairfield, Iowa. Wolf, Albert Old Fort, Ohio. Wolf, Calvin R., . . R. D., Brandonville, W. Va. Wolf, C. E 2540 White Ave., Fresno, Cal. Wolf, D. S Surrey, N. Dak. Wolf, F. B •. .Preston, Minn. Wolf, Marshal, R. D. 2, Oakland, Md. Wolf, Samuel N., Akron, Pa. Wolfe, Daniel R. D. 1, Coyle, Okla. Wolfe, James W Brandonville, W. Va. Wolfe, Leonard McCune, Kans. Wolff, Chas. E., Worthington, Minn. Wolford, Wm. E Ligonier, Pa. Wood, Chas. H Snowden, Va. Wood, Charles S Summitville, Ind. Woodard, A. B., Gowrie, Iowa. Woodie, H. J., R. D. 1, Box 54, Winston-Salem, N. C. Woodie, J. C, Peru, Nebr. Woodiel, T. L. Palestine, Ark. Woodiel, W. L Austin, Ark. Woods, M. F., R. D. 1, Centralia, Wash. Workman, A. S Loudonville, Ohio. Workman, Clifford A Buckeye City, Ohio. Workman, C. J Buckeye City, Ohio. Workman, James Danville, Ohio. Workman, J. T. R. D. 2, Howard, Ohio. Worst, David R., R. D. 1, West Salem, Ohio. Wortinger, Albert, R. D. 8, Goshen, Ind. Wray, Benjamin, Flora, Ind. Wray, John H., Waterloo, Ind. Wright, A. L North Manchester, Ind. Wright, C. A., ....403 Syracuse Street, N. Manchester, Ind. Wright, J. C, Chico, Cal. Wright, J. H., N. Manchester, Ind. Wright, John W Grottoes, Va. Wright, Van B Sinking Spring, Ohio. Wyant, Frank Moline, Kans. Wyatt, Rufus, Somerset, Ohio. Wyne, Jacob, Lintner, 111. Wysong, Daniel Nappanee, Ind. Wysong, H R. D. 4, Nappanee, Ind. Yaney, I. F R. D. 2, Decatur, Ind. Yearout, Chas. M., 1111 N. Sixth St., Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. Yereman, O. H., ...415 Portsmouth Bldg., Kansas City, Kans. Yingling, Carroll Woodberry, Baltimore, Md. Yoder, Clarence H. North Manchester, Ind. Yoder, Ephraim P., Lima, Ohio. Yoder, Geo. E Elk Lick, Pa. Yoder. H. B ..343 North Charlotte S., Lancaster, Pa. Yoder, John, Jr., R. D. 2, Lodi, Ohio. Yoder, J. J. College Hill, McPherson, Kans. Yoder, Levi S., Glendale, Ariz. Yoder, R. A Sabetha, Kans. Yoder, Samuel E Hemet, Cal. Yoder, W. H., R. D. 5, McPherson, Kans. Yoder, Y. D. Howe, Ind. Yohn, Clarence, Naperville, 111. Yordy, Amos, Roanoke, III. Younce, Samuel Clarion, Mich. Young, A. C Crystal, Mich. Young, A. C, North Manchester, Ind. Young, E. S Canton, Ohio. Young, George, R. D. 1, Rogersville, Tenn. Young, J. H., '. . .Continental, Ohio. Young, H. S R. D. 1, New Berlin, Ohio. Young, I. R Lanark, 111. Young, J. E Beatrice, Nebr. Young, M. S., t.R. D., East Akron, 'Ohio. Young, S. I N. Manchester, Ind. Young, W. B., 156 W. Main St., Westminster, Md. Younkins, M. A., Weverton, Md. Yount, Oran S Troy, Ohio. Yundt, S. E., 390 E. Pasadena St., Pomona, Cal. Zeigler, Henry, Rehrersburg, Berks Co., Pa. Ziegler, Jesse C Royersf ord. Pa. Ziegler, Levi K,, Neff sville. Pa. Ziegler, Levi Royersf ord. Pa. Zigler, D. C. R. D. 1, Churchville, Va. Zigler, D. H Broadway, Va. Zigler, I. N., R. D. 1, Broadway, Va. Zigler, J. D R. D. i, Churchville, Va. Zigler, Jacob S., R. D. 1, Box 36, Fayetteville, W. Va. Zigler, S. D., R. D. 3, Oneonta, Ala. Zigler, W. H., R. D. i, Churchville, Va. Zimmerman, C. W R. D. 3, Mt. Solon, Va. Zimmerman, J Mt. Solon, Va. Zimmerman, J. S., 3435 W. Van Buren St:, Chicago, 111. Zimmerman, S. P., ...... R. D. i, Hollsopple, Pa. Zimmerman, W. B., Bunkertown, Pa. Zobler, Wm. N., R. D. 3, Lancaster, Pa. Zook, Fred R Martinsburg, Pa, Zuck, D. M Mercersburg, Pa. Zuck, John Clarence, Iowa. Zug, B. F R. D. 4, Myerstown, Pa. Zug, H. S., R. D. I, Mt. Hope, Pa. Zug, John C., .103 N. Chestnut St., Palmyra, Pa, Zug, S. R., ...103 N. Chestnut St., Palmyra, Pa. Zumbrum, C. K., R. D. 1, Churubusco, Ind. General Sunday-School Board Lafayette Steele, Chairman, Walkerton, ind., 1917. Levi Minnlch, Vice-Chalrman, Greenville, Ohio, 1914. D. H. Zigler, Treasurer, Broadway, Va. 1916. James M. Mohler, Leeton, Mo., 1913. H. K. Ober, Elizabethtown, Pa., 1915. I. B. Trout, Secretary, Elgin, 111. Sunday- School Secretaries ARKANSAS, FIRST DISTRICT AND Southeastern MISSOURI. Ida M. Mahler, Rombauer, Mo., 1916. CALIFORNIA. Northern — S. G. Hollinger, McFarland, Cal., 1914. Southern and Arizona — Geo. H. Basihor, 12411/2 E. 27th St., Los Angeles, Cal. COLORADO, Western, and UTAH. J. A. Austin, Box 12, Fruita, Colo., 1913. PENMARK (not reported), IDAHO and Western MONTANA. Jennie Brower, R. D. 1, Meridian, Idaho, 1914. ILLINOIS. Northern and Wisconsin — J. G. Royer, Mount Morris, 111.. 1914. Southern — Elizabeth H. Brubaker, Vir- den. 111., 1916. INDIA. First District — J. B. Emmert, Jalalpor, India. 1916, 64 BRETHREN FAMILY ALMANAC. INDIANA. Middle — Katie Neer, Flora, Ind. Assistant, Lillie Grisso, N. Manchester, Ind. Northern — Lafayette Steele, Walker- ton, Ind., 1914. Southern — Mrs. Emma Miller, New Lis- bon, Indiana, 1916. IOWA. Middle^ — Marie Jasper, 3435 W. Van Buren St., Chicago, 111., 1914. Northern, Minnesota and S. Dak. — W. J. Barnhart, 2110 Irving Ave., N., Minneapolis, Minn. Southern — J. H. Brower, R. D. 1, South English, Iowa, 1914. KANSAS. Northeastern — F. E. McCune, 3435 W. Van Buren St., Chicago, 111., 1913. Northwestern and Northeastern Colo- rado — G. R. Eller, Quinter, Kans., 1915. Southeasitern — J. S. Leaman, 2701 Dirr Ave., Parsons, Kans., 1915. Southwestern and Southern Colorado — Ella Ebbert, 1914. MARYLAND. Eastern — W. P. Englar, Uniontown, Md., 1915. Ass.-Sec. Jacob H. Hollinger, Wash. D. C. Middle — Katie Grosnickle, Mapleville, Md., 1914. Western — James W. Beeghly, Oakland, Md., 1914. MICHIGAN. Sarah Long, R. D., Clarksville, Mich., 1916. MISSOURI. Middle — I. V. Enos, Adrian, Mo., 1915. Northern — B. P. Shirk, Plattsburg, Mo., 1914. Southern and Northwestern Arkansas — A. W. Adkins, 1307 N. Wash., Ne- vada, Mo., 1915. NEBRASKA. J. Edwin Jarboe, Red Cloud, Nebr., 1913. NORTH and SOUTH CAROLINA, GEOR- GIA and FLORIDA. Joseph H. Griffith, Brummett, N. C, 1918. NORTH DAKOTA, Eastern MONTANA and Western CANADA. Elmer S. Retry, 3435 W. Van Buren St., Chicago, 111., 1914. OHIO. Northeastern — Edson Wolf, Hartville, Ohio. Northwestern — Mary L. Cook, Nevada, Ohio, 1914. Southern — John Eikenberry, Ohio, 1918. OKLAHOMA, PANHANDLE OP TEXAS and PECOS VALLEY, NEW MEXICO. Jno. R. Pitzer, Cordell, Okla., 1914. OREGON. Hiram Smith, Albany, Oregon. PENNSYLVANIA. Eastern — Nathan Martin, Rheems, Pa., 1915. Middle— A. E. Wilt, 317 Fifth Ave., Altoona, Pa., 1912. Southeastern New Jersey and Eastern New York — W. G. Nyce, St. Peters, Pa., 1914. Southern — John H. Keller, Shrews- bury, Pa., 1916. Western — Ross D. Murphy, Rummel, Pa., 1914. SWEDEN (not reported). TENNESSEE. J. Price Bowman, R. D. 3, Johnson City, Tenn., 1914. TEXAS AND LOUISIANA. A. A. Sutter, Roanoke, La., 1914. VIRGINIA. Eastern District — W. H. Sanger, R. D. 2, Vienna, Va., 1915; J. J. Conner, R. D. 1, Manassas, Va., Assist. Sec, 1914; Martha Senger, 1913. First District — C. S. Ikenberry, Dale- ville, Va., 1917. Northern District — J. W. Wampler, R. D. 6, Harrisonburg, Va.; J. D. Wine, Porestville, Va., Assist. Sec; J. F. Wampler, Port Republic, Va., Assist. Sec Second District— J. W. Wright, Gtot- toes, Va. Southern District — E. E. Bowman, Naffs, Va., 1916. WASHINGTON. Otho C. Woods, Centralia, Wash,, 1916. WEST VIRGINIA. First District — ^Eastern end, Allie K. Leatherman, Burlington, W. Va., 1914. Western end, Seymour Hamstead, R. D. 2, Box 57, Oakland. Md., 1914. Second District — A. C. Auvil, R. D. 1, Thornton, W. Va., 1916. Mission Boards and Their Organization We take pleasure in giving what we con- sider a correct list of all the mission boards in the United States and India. THE aHHTERA-L MISSION BOARD OF TSII CSVRCK OF THE BRETHREN. D. L. Miller, Mt. Morris, 111. (Life member.) H. C. Early, Penn Laird, Virginia, 1913. C. D. Bonsack, Union Bridge, Md., 1913. ,T. J. Yoder, McPherson, Kans., 1914. Galen B. Royer, Elgin, 111., 1914. Otho Winger, N. Manchester, Ind., 1915. ORGANIZATION. President, D. L. Miller, Mt. Morris, Illinois. Vice-President, H. C. Early, Penn Laird, Va. Secretary and Treasurer, Galen B. Royer, Elgin, Illinois. 65 All correspondence for the Committee should be addressed to its office as follows: The Brethren's General Mission Board, Elgin, Illinois. The regular meetings of the Committee are: Third Wednesday of April, August and December. ARKANSAS, FIRST DISTRICT, AND SOUTHEASTERN MISSOURI. Pres., Thomas Boyd, Frisco, Mo., 1913. Sec, H. I. Buechley, Carlisle, Ark., 1915. Treas., J. H. Witcher, Austin, Ark., 1914. CALIFORNIA, Northern. Pres., Harvey Eikenberry, Raisin, Cal., 1915. BRETHREN FAMILY ALMANAC, Vice-Pres., D. R. Holsinger, Laton, Cal., 1914. Sec.-Treas., J, S. Strole, Laton, Cal., 1916. Dist. Miss. Sec, D. L. Forney, Reedley, Cal. CALIFORNIA, Southern, and ARIZONA. Pres., W. E. Trostle, R. D. 1, San Ga- briel, Cal., 1918. Sec, Wm. H. Wertenbaker, 1254 E. 50th St., Los Angeles, Cal., 1917. Treas., Geo. H. Bashor, 1247 1/2 E. 27th St., Los Angeles, Cal., 1916. Ira B. Netzley, Glendora, Cal., 1915. D. H. Crist, 143 N. Eastlake Ave., Los Angeles, Cal., 1914. COLORADO. Pres., A. A. Weaver, Grand Junction, Colo., 1915. Sec, Walter Hornbaker, Clifton, Colo., 1914. Treas., J. A. Austin, Fruita, Colo., 1913. DENMARK. IDAHO and Western MONTANA. Pres., L. H. Eby, Payette, Idaho, 1914. Sec, David Betts, Nampa, Idaho, 1916. Treas., S, S. Neher, Twin Falls, Idaho, 1915. ILLINOIS, Northern and WISCONSIN. Pres. John Heckman, Polo, 111., 1915. Sec.-Treas., Elmer Zu-ck, Lanark, 111., 1918. M. W. Emmert, Mt. Morris, 111., 1914. J. H. B. Williams, Elgin, 111., 1917. James M. Moore, 3435 W. Van Buren St., Chicago, 111., 1916. ILLINOIS, Southern. Pres., D. J. Blickenstaff, Oakley, 111., 1917. Sec, E. E. Brubaker, Virden, 111., 1915. Treas., G. W. Sensenbaugh, Cerro Gordo, 111., 1916. H. H. Gruber, Astoria, 111., 1914. G. W. Miller, LaPlace, 111., 1918. INDIA. Field Committee of India Missioxi. Pres., J. M. Plough, Bulsar, India, 1916. Sec, J. B. Emmert, Jalalpor, India, 1915. Treas., Adam Ebey, Karadoiho, India, 1914. D. J. Lichty, Umalla Village, In- dia, 1917. I. S. Long, Vyara, India, 1918. District Mission Board. Pres., J. M. Plough, Bulsar, India, 1915. Sec, Goving Khengan, Bulsar, India, 1916. Treas.; Lellu Kalidas, Amletha, India, 1916. Mitha Amtha, Anklesvar, India, 1914. Tccha Narsi, Umalla Village, India, 1914. INDIANA, Middle. Pres., D. M. Byerly, Magley. Iml.. 1914. Sec, Emery Miller, Huntington, Ind., 1918. Treas., J. B. Baily, Huntington, Ind., 1916. J. G. Stinebaugh, Camden, Ind., 1917. J. W. Norris, Marion, Ind., 1915. INDIANA, Northern. Pres., D. R. Yoder, Goshen, Ind., 1915. Sec, David Metzler, Nappanee, Ind., 1916. Treas., J. H. Schrock, Shipshewana, Ind., 1914. INDIANA, Southern. Pres., D. W. Bowman, 3702 S. Columbus Ave., Anderson, Ind., 1914. Vice-Pres., John W. Root, R. D. 21, Buck Creek, Ind., 1915. Sec.-Treas., John F. Shoemaker, Shid- eler, Ind., 1916. IOWA, Middle. Pres., W. E. West, Ankeny, Iowa, 1915. Rec-Sec, E. C. Trostle, R. D. 1, Pano- ra, 1914. Treas. and Sec. on Finances, W. H. Royer, Dallas Center, Iowa. 1918. Sec. of City Conditions, A. M. Stine, Adel, Iowa, 1912. Sec. of Rural Conditions, D. W. Wise, Grand Junction, Iowa, 1913. Missionary Educational Sec, F. E. Miller, 406 Lowe St., Mus- catine, Iowa. IOWA, Northern, MINNESOTA and SOUTH DAKOTA. Pres., J. M. Forney, R. D. 2, Waterloo, Iowa, 1916. Sec, H. C. Sheller, Grundy Center, Iowa, 1915. Treas., T. L. Kimmel, Sheldon, Iowa, 1914. EOWA, Southern. Pres., A. L. Sears, R. D. 1, Garden Grove, Iowa, 1916. Sec, Peter Brower, R. D. 1, South English, Iowa. 1915. Treas., W. D. Grove, R. D. 1, South En- glish, Iowa, 1914. KANSAS, Northeastern. Pres., R. A. Yoder. Sabetha, Kans., 1915. Sec, H. L. Brammel, Ozawkie, Kans., 1917. Treas., C. W. Shoemaker. R. D. 1, Overbrook, Kans., 1916. Benj. Forney. Lawrence, Kans., 1914. Enoch Derrick, Abilene, Kans., 1918. KANSAS. Northwestern and Northeastern COLORADO. Pres., A. C. Daggett, Covert, Kans., 1916. Vice-Pres., D. A. Crist, Quinter, Kans., 1917. Sec.-,Treas., T. E. George, Burr Oak, Kans., 1914. C. A. Ball. Rydal, Kans., 1915. F. A. Wagner, Arriba, Colo., 1918. KANSAS, Southeastern. Pres., S. E. Lantz, R. D. 4, Madison, Kans., 1915. Sec, D. P. Neher, McCune, Kans., 1914. Treas., C. Meyers, Burlington, Kans., 1916. BRETHREN FAMILY ALMANAC. KANSAS, Southwestern and Southern COLORADO. Pres., J. J. Yoder, McPherson, Kans., 1915. Sec.-Treas., M. J. Mishler, McPherson. Kans., 1914. D. Hamm, Rocky Ford, Colo., 1912. John N. Dresher, McPherson, Kans., 1914. P. A. Vaniman, McPherson, Kans.. 1916. MARYLAND. Eastern. Pres., C. D. Bonsack, New Windsor, Md., 1914. Sec.-Treas., W. E. Roop, Westminster, Md., 1914. Fred D. Anthony, Baltimore, Md., 1915. Geo. S. Harp, Myersville, Md., 1915. Geo. S. Rairigh, Denton, Md., 1916. MARYLAND, Middle. Pres., David M. Zuck, Mercersburg, Pa., 1918. Sec, D. Victor Long, Boonsboro, Md., 1916. Treas., Caleb Long, Boonsboro, Md., 1917. John S. Bowlus, Broad Run, Md., 1914. John E. Otto, Sharpsburg, Md., 1915. MARYLAND, Western. Pres., A. L. Sines, Sines, Md., 1915. Sec.-Treas., James W. Beeghly, Oak- land, Md., 1914. Daniel Baker, Grantsville, Md., 1917. Perry H. Broadwater, Bittinger, Md.. 1916. Henry Sines, Sines, Md., 1917. MICHIGAN. Pres., C. L. Wilkins (also traveling member), Middleton, Mich., 1916. Sec.-Treas., Peter B. Messner, Lake Odessa, Mich., 1914. Locating Sec, S. M. Smith, Clarksville, Mich., 1914. J. Edson Ulery (Dist. Miss. Sec), Onekama, Mich., 1915. D. E. Sower (traveling mem- ber), Manistee, Mich., 1915. MISSOURI, Middle. Pres., Ira Witmore, Adrian, Mo., 1914. Sec L. B. Ihrig, Avery, Mo., 1915. Treas., E. S. Katherman, Warrensburg, Mo., 1916. MISSOURI, Northern. Pres., J. S. Bowman, R. D. 4, Nor- borne, Mo., 1914. Sec.-Treas., E. L. Shoemaker, R. D. 2, Plattsburg, Mo., 1916. J. F. Vanpelt, R. D. 8, Rich- mond, Mo., 1915. Advisory Members, G. W. El- lenberger, Mound City, Mo., E. G. Rodabaugh, Stet, Mo. Dist. Miss. Sec, E. W. Mason, R. D. 2, Norborne, Mo., 1914. MISSOURI, Southern and Northwestern ARKANSAS. Pres., John Early, Fairview, Mo., 1915. Sec. W. P. Burress, 1417 Perkins Ave., Joplin, Mo., 1916. Treas., Orin Harvey. 1022 Main St., Joplin, Mo., 1914. 67 NEBRASKA. Pres., A. J. Nickey, R. D. 2, Kearney, Nebr., 1916. Sec, Geo. Mishler, Cambridge, Nebr., 1915. Treas., Levi L. Meek, Octavia, Nebr., 1914. NORTH and SOUTH CAROLINA, GEOR- GIA and FLORIDA. Pres., H. M. Griffith, Brummett, N. C, 1915. S^c-Treas., Geo. A. Branscom, Melvin Hill, N. C, 1914. L. A. Jones, Scottville, N. C, 1916. State Miss. Sec, Eld. Jos. H. Griffith, Brummett, N. C. NORTH DAKOTA, Eastern MONTANA and Western CANADA. Pres., D. F. Landis, Minot, N. Dak., 1914. Sec, J. D. Kesler, Zion, N. Dak., 1912. Treas., G. C. DeardorfC, Brumbaugh, N. Dak., 1910. J. S. Shafer, Carrington, N. Dak. 1912. Frank Dollahon, Kenmare, N. Dak., 1914. OHIO, Northeastern. Pres., A. B. Horst, Spencer, Ohio, 1915. Sec. R. M. Mooxnaw, Apx)l6 Creek, Ohio, 1914. Treas., A. S. Halteman, Wooster, Ohio, 1916. OHIO, Northwestern. Pres., N. I. Cool, Beaverdam, Ohio, 1915. Sec.-Treas., D. G. Berkebile, Delta, Ohio, 1915. Noah Long, Sr., Pioneer, Ohio, 1914. J. L. Yoder, Bellefontaine, Ohio, 1916. Logan Miller, Old Fort, Ohio, 1916. OHIO, Southern. Pres., Sylvan Bookwalter, R. D. 2, New Paris, Ohio, 1916. Sec.-Treas., Clarence A. Baker, R. D. 1, West Manchester, Ohio, 1917. Adam Pfeifer, West Milton, Ohio, 1915. D. F. Priser, New Lebanon, Ohio, 1914. J. W, Fidler, Brookville, Ohio, 1918. OKLAHOMA, PANHANDLE OF TEXAS and PECOS VALLEY, NEW MEXICO. Pres., N. S. Gripe, Coylc Okla., 1916. Sec, J. R. Pitzer, Cordell, Okla., 1914. Treas. W. P. Bosserman, Tangier, Okla., 1915. J. A. Byerly, Elk City, Okla, 1915. W. G. Cook, Billings, Okla, 1916. OREGON. Pres., S. P. Van Dyke, Newberg, Ore- gon. Sec, Thomas Barklow, Myrtle Point, Oregon. Treas., M. C. Lininger, Ashland, Oregon. Wm. Barnett, Myrtle Point, Oregon, 1909. E. L. Withers, Weston, Oregon. PENNSYLVANIA, Eastern. Pres., S. H. Hertzler, Elizabethtown, Pa., 1914. BRETHREN FAMILY ALMANAC. Sec, J. H. Longenecker, Palmyra, Pa., 1918. Treas., D. Kilhefner, Ephrata, Pa., 1914. Rufus P. Bucher, R. D. 3, Quar- ryvill-e, Pa., 1917. Geo. W. Weaver, Manheini, Pa., 1916. PENNSYLVANIA, Middle. Pres., H. A. ' Spanog-le, Lewistown, Pa., 1918. Vice. -Pres., John Bonnet, Artemas, Pa., 1917. Sec, W. H. Holsinger, Williamsburg, Pa., 1916. Treas., J. B. Miller, Curryville, Pa., 1915. J. B. Brumbaugh, Huntingdon, Pa., 1914. PENNSYLVANIA, Southeastern, NEW JERSEY and Eastern NEW YORK. Pres., J. K. Miller, 358 Sixtieth St., Brooklyn, N. Y., 1916. Sec, M. C. Swigart, 6611 Germantown Ave., Philadelphia, Pa., 1914. Treas., W. S. Price, Royersford, Pa., 1917. H. T. Home, Cherryville, N. J., 1915. D. W. Kurtz, 2260 N. Park Ave., Philadelphia, Pa.. 1918. PENNSYLVANIA. Southern. Pres., Jos. A. Long, York, Pa., 1917. Sec, C. L. Baker, East Berlin, Pa., 1916. Treas., C. R. Oellig, Waynesboro, Pa., 1915. D. A. Foust, R. D. 1, Mercers- burg, Pa., 1915. M. A. Jacobs, Waynesboro, Pa.. 1917. PENNSYLVANIA. Western. Pres., J. J. Shaffer, R. D. 2, Berlin, Pa., 1918. Sec, H. S. Replogle, Scalp Level, Pa., 1917. Treas., P. J. Plough, Hooversville, Pa., 1915. W. M. Howe, 1012 Bedford St., Johnstown, Pa., 1916. S. U. Shober, Somerset, Pa., 1914. SWEDEN. Pres., J. P. Graybill, Priisgatan 1, Malmo, Sweden. Sec, Jons. Sjolin, Birgerjarlsgatan 81, Nytorp, Limhamn, Sweden. Treas., F. J. Johansson, Ansgarigatan 21, Limhamn, Sweden. B. Lindell, Olserod, Sweden. S. A. Cederholm, Simrisholm, Simrishamn, Sweden. TENNESSEE. Pres., P. D. Reed, Limestone, Tenn.. 1914. Sec, A. E. Nead, Limestone, Tenn., 1918. Treas., C. H. Diehl, Jonesboro., Tenn., 1916. N. B. Sherfy, BlO'untville, Tenn., 1915. S. J. Bowman, Jonesboro, Tenn., 1917. TEXAS AND LOUISIANA. Pres., Lafayette Sutphin, Roanoke, La., 1913. Sec, M. H. Peters, Manvel, Texas, 1914. Treaa., J. M. Moore, Manvel, Texas, 1915. VIRGINIA, First. Pres., C. E. Eller, Salem, Va., 1916. Sec, D. N. Eller, Daleville, Va., 1917. Treas., Levi Garst, Salem, Va., 1915 R. G. Layman, R. D. 1, Roa- noke, Va., 1914. W. P. Crumpacker, Roanoke. Va., 1918. Dist. Miss. Sec, J. A. Dove, Cloverdale Va., 191«. VIRGINIA, Eastern.* S. A. Sanger, Don, Va., 1914 E. E. Plough, R. D. 1, Manassas, Va., 1915. W. F. Hale, Nokesville, Va., 1913. VIRGINIA, Northern.* D. H. Zigler, R. D. 14, Broadway, Va.. 1914. J. Carson Miller, Timberville, Va., 1916. J. M. Kagey, Dayton, Va., 1915. VIRGINIA, Second.* B. B. Garber, R. D. 1, Waynesboro, Va.. 1913. S. I. Flory, Stuarts Draft, Va., 1912. J. B. Coffman, Dayton, Va., 1911. . *The three last-named Districts work jointly, with the following organization: Pres., S. A. Sanger, Don, Va, Sec, J. M. Kagey, Dayton, Va. Treas., J. W. Hess, Bridgewater, Va. VIRGINIA, Southern. Pres., S. M. Ikenberry, Wirtz, Va., 1916. Sec, J. Bowman, Callaway, Va., 1915. Treas., W. A. Elgin, Elamsville, Va., 1916. J. F. Keith, Camp Creek, Va., 1915. A. N. Hylton, Floyd, Va., 1914. WASHINGTON. Pres., D. B. Eby, Sunnyside, Wash., 1914. Sec, M. F. Woods, Centralia, Wash., 1915. Treas., H. C. Nead, North Yakima, Wash., 1916. WEST VIRGINIA, First. Pres., Peter Arnold, Burlington, W. Va.. 1S15. Sec, Ezra Fike, Eglon, W. Va., 1914. Treas., John S. Fike, Eglon, W. Va., 1916. John R. Riggleman (deacon), Rockoak, W. Va., 1917. Jeremiah Thomas, Bruceton Mill, W. Va., 1918. WEST VIRGINIA, Second. Pres., W. J. Row, Junior, W. Va., 1914. Sec, A. C. Auvil, Thornton, W. Va., 1915. Treas., J. F. Ross, R. D. 6, Grafton, W. Va., 1916. O. G. Bean, Indian Camp, W. Va., 1917. J. I. Spurgeon. R. D. 1. Au- burn, W. Va., 1918. 68 BRETHREN FAMILY ALMANAC. Temperance Committees and Their Organizations We give below a list of all the Temper- ance Committees so far as reported: TSE GENEBAl^ TTMPEBANCi: COMMIT- TZSE OF THE CKUBCH OF TSE Chairman J. W. Lear, Decatur, 111. Sec, P. J. Blough, Hooversville, Pa. Treas., J. Carson Miller, Timberville, Va. District Temperance Committees. ARKANSAS, FIRST DISTRICT AND SOUTHEASTERN MISSOURI. H. J. Lilly, Carlisle, Ark. W. T. Price, Wynne, Ark. Chas. Davis, Lawrenceburg-, Tenn. CALIFORNIA, NORTHERN. Chairman, J. J. Brower, Reedley, Cal., 1914. Sec.-Treas., Andrew Blickenstaff, McFar- land, Cal., 1915. W. P. Haynes, Patterson, Cal., 1916. CALIFORNIA, SOUTHERN AND ARI- ZONA. Chairman, W. M. Piatt. El Centro, Cal. Sec, S. W. Funk, Charter Oak, Cal. Treas., Fred Chemberlen, Covina, Cal. COLORADO, WESTERN AND UTAH, Chairman, A. L. Gnagey, Pruita, Colo., 1915. Sec, Walter Hornbaker, Clifton, Colo., 1913. Treas., J. D. Coffman, Grand Junction, Colo., 1914. DENMARK (not reported). IDAHO AND WESTERN MONTANA. Chairman, L. E. Keltner. Weiser, Idaho, 1914. Sec, Fred A. Flory, Twin Falls, Idaho, 1916. Treas., J. P. Ullery, Nampa, Idaho, 1915. ILLINOIS, NORTHERN AND WISCON- SIN. Chairman, D. D. Culler, Mount Morris, 111., 1916. Sec.-Treas., Chas.. H. Keltner, Mount Mor- ris, 111., 1915. C. C. Price, Polo, 111., 1914. ILLINOIS, SOUTHERN. Chairman, W. T. Heckman, R. D. 2, Cerro Gordo, 111., 1915. Sec, S. W. Garber, Decatur, 111., 1916. Treas., C. C. Gibson, Girard, 111., 1914. INDIA, FIRST DISTRICT (not reported). INDIANA, MIDDLE. I. B. Book, N. Manchester, Ind., 1916. Chester Brallier, Pierceton, Ind., 1915. T. D. Butterbaugh, Silver Lake, Ind., 1914. INDIANA, NORTHERN. David Anglemyer, Nappanee, Ind., 1915. L. M. Ndher, Milford, Ind., 1914. J. W. Kitson, Syracuse, Ind., 1916. INDIANA, SOUTHERN. Chairman, C. C. Retry, Kitchel, Ind., 1916. Sec, D. W. Bowman, 3702 Columbus Ave., Anderson, Ind., 1914. Treas., Jonathan Greenhalge, R. D. 38, Anderson, Ind., 1915. IOWA, MIDDLE. Chairman, D. W. Wise, Grand Junction, Iowa. Sec, A. M. Stine, Adel, Iowa. Treas., Virgil C. Pinnell, 1643 E. Lyon St., Des Moines, Iowa. IOWA, NORTHERN, MINNESOTA AND SOUTH DAKOTA. Chairman, W. H. Hood, Greene, Iowa. Sec, W. O. Tannreuther, Waterloo, Iowa. Treas., D. W. Shock, 1210 Twenty-fifth Ave., N., Minneapolis. Minn. IOWA, SOUTHERN. Chairman, Peter Brower, South English, Iowa, 1916. Sec, Jennie Alexander, Osceola, Iowa, 1915. Treas., Mrs. Almeda Caskey, Corning, Iowa, 1914, KANSAS, NORTHEASTERN. Chairman, I. L. Hoover, Overbrook, Kans., 1914. Sec, H. E. Ward, Overbrook, Kans., 1915. Treas,, Roy Rock, Navarre, Kans., 1916. KANSAS. NORTHWESTERN AND NORTHEASTERN COLORADO, Chairman, J. E. Small, Portis, Kans. Sec, G. R. Eller, Grainfleld, Kans., 1915. Treas., Geo. Breon, Portis, Kans., 1916. KANSAS, SOUTHEASTERN. Chairman, C. A. Miller, Westphalia, Kans., 1916. Sec, D. W. Shideler, McCune, Kans., 1915. Treas., J. S. Clark, R. D. 4, Parsons, Kans., 1914. KANSAS, SOUTHWESTERN AND SOUTH- ERN COLORADO. Chairman, Ella Ebbert, 1916. Jacob Punk, Peabody, Kans., 1915. R. C. Flory, 1914. MARYLAND, EASTERN. Chairman, J. J. Johns, New Windsor, Md. Sec, R. J. Ridgely, Myersville, Md. Treas., W. E. Roop, Westminster, Md., 1916. MARYLAND, MIDDLE, Chairman, Caleb Long, Boonsboro, Md., 1914. Sec, P. M. Thomas, Hagerstown, Md., 1914. Treas., D. H. Anthony, Hagerstown, Md., 1914. MARYLAND, WESTERN. Chairman, I. W. Abernathy, Wilson, W. Va. Sec.-Treas., Perry Bowser, Grantsville, Md. James W. Beeghly, Oakland, Md. J. T. Green, Lonaconing, Md. Daniel Baker, Grantsville, Md. D. M, Merrill, Avilton, Md. MICHIGAN. Chairman, Geo. E. Stone, Crystal, Mich., 1914. Sec, Chas. Deardorff, Copemish, Mich., 1915. Treas., Jerome E. England, Woodland, Mich., 1916. 69 m BRETHREN FAMILY ALMANAC. MISSOURI, MIDDLE. Chairman, David Bowman, Glensted, Mo., 1916. Sec.-Treas., T. C. Nininger, 5921 St. John Ave., Kansas City, Mo. T. J. Simmons, Osceola, Mo. MISSOURI, NORTHERN. Chairman, J. S. Kline, 2919 St. Joseph Ave., St. Joseph, Mo., 1914. Sec, Bruce S. Williams, R. D. 2, Platts- burg, Mo., 1914. Treas., D. A. Shirk, Polo, Mo. MISSOURI, SOUTHERN AND NORTH- WESTERN ARKANSAS. Chairman, Geo. Barnhart, Carthage, Mo., 1916. Sec, Emma Wine, Nevada, Mo., 1915. Treas., C. W. Gitt, Cabool, Mo., 1914. NEBRASKA. Chairman, A. D. Sollenberger, Beatrice, Nebr. Sec, Sadie Young, Beatrice, Nebr. Treas., J. Edwin Jarboe, Red Cloud, Nebr. NORTH AND SOUTH CAROLINA AND GEORGIA and FLORIDA. Chairman, H. H. Masters, Peppers, N. C, 1914. Sec.-Treas. U. C. Prince, Chesnee, S. C. 1914. L. A. Jones, Furches, N. C, 1914. NORTH DAKOTA, EASTERN MONTANA AND WESTERN CANADA. Chairman, G. I, Michael, R. D. 3, Kenmare, N. Dak. Sec.-Treas., D. H. Foust, Surrey, N. Dak. J. M. Myers, Minot, N. Dak. OHIO, NORTHEASTERN. Chairman, H. H. Lehman, 48 Bank St., Ashland, Ohio. Sec, David R. McPadden, Smithville, Ohio. Treas., W. D. Fisher, Baltic, Ohio. OHIO, NORTHWESTERN. Chairman, D. G. Berkebile, Delta, Ohio. Sec.-Treas., E. P. Yoder. Lima, Ohio. Noah Long, Sr., Pioneer, Ohio. OHIO, SOUTHERN. Chairman, Isaac Prantz, Pleasant Hill, Ohio. Sec.-Treas., Levi Minnich, Greenville, Ohio. Field Worker; L. A. Bookwalter, Trot- wood, Ohio. OKLAHOMA, PANHANDLE OF TEXAS and PECOS VALLEY, N. MEX. Chairman, P. A. Gordon, Nash, Okla. Sec, I. O. McAvoy, Thomas, Okla. Treas., Elsie K. Sanger, Thomas, Okla. OREGON Nellie Morton, Ashland, Oregon. Wilbur Barklow, Myrtle Point, Oregon. Olive M. Nevan, Weston, Oregon, PENNSYLVANIA, EASTERN. Chairman, J. W. Myer, 748 Union St., Lancaster, Pa. Sec, Frank L. Reber, Richland, Pa. Treas., J. W. Hershey, Lititz, Pa, PENNSYLVANIA, MIDDLE. Chairman, Brice Sell, Hollidaysburg, Pa. Sec, T. T, Myers, Huntingdon, Pa. Treas., J. B. Brumbaugh, Huntingdon, Pa. PENNSYLVANIA, SOUTHEASTERN. NEW JERSEY AND EASTERN NEW YORK. Chairman, M. C. Swigart, 6611 German- town Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. 70 Sec, Quincy Leckrone, Royersford, Pa. Treas., M. B. Miller, Sergeantsville, N. J. PENNSYLVANIA, SOUTHERN Chairman, John A. Miller, Oakville, Pa., 1916. Sec, H. M. Stover, Waynesboro, Pa., 1917. Treas., J. R. Criner, Chambersburg, Pa., 1915. PENNSYLVANIA, WESTERN. Chairman, David K. Clapper, Meyersdale, Pa., 1916. Sec, J. H. Cassady, 4th and Sell Sts., Johnstown, Pa., 1915. Treas., P. C. Strayer, R. D. 3, Johnstown, Pa. , SWEDEN (not reported). TENNESSEE. Chairman, Samuel H. Garst, Blountville, Tenn. Sec, R. B. Pritchett, Johnson City, Tenn. Treas., S. W. Beals, R. D. 6, Jonesboro, Tenn. TEXAS AND LOUISIANA. Sec, J. D. Clear, Manvel, Texas, 1913. VIRGINIA, EASTERN. J. R. Leatherman. R. D. 3, Vienna, Va., 1915. B. F. Glick. Trevilian, Va., 1914. A. H. Graybill, 1913. VIRGINIA, FIRST DISTRICT. Chairman, J. W. Ikenberry, Daleville, Va., 1914. Sec.-Treas., Jos. H. Murray, Roaanoke, Va., 1915. J. H. Garst, Salem, Va., 1916. VIRGINIA, NORTHERN. Chairman, P. S. Thomas, Harrisonburg, Va. Sec.-Treas., Joseph Pence, Port Repub- lic, Va. W. C. Hoover, Timberville, Va. VIRGINIA, SECOND DISTRICT. Chairman, M. A. Good, Bridgewater, Va. Sec, John T. Glick, Bridgewater, Va. Treas., A. B. Miller, Staunton, Va. VIRGINIA, SOUTHERN DISTRICT. Chairman, A. N. Hylton, Floyd, Va., 1916. Sec.-Treas., G. A. Barnhart, Wirtz., Va., 1914. Asa Bowman, Floyd, Va., 1915. WASHINGTON. Chairman, J. A. Eby, Sunnyside, Wash., 1914. Sec, Chas. N. Stutsman, R. D. 4, Wen- atchee. Wash., 1916. Treas., C. E. Holmes, Wenatchee, Wash., 1915. WEST VIRGINIA, FIRST DISTRICT. Chairman, Jeremiah Thomas, Bruceton Mills. W. Va., 1914. _^ ^^ Sec.-Treas., Ezra Fike, Eglon, W. Va., 1914. Lillie Moore, Bismarck, W. Va., 1914. WEST VIRGINIA, SECOND DISTRICT. Chairman, D. W. Kirk, R. D. 4, Box 30. Fairmount, W. Va. . „ ,^ . Sec, S. M. Annon, R. D. 1, Box 19, Mont- rose, W. Va. Treas., Noah Fike. Hovatter, W. Va. BRETHREN FAMILY ALMANAC. Where. Men of Ambition Prosper NOWHERE is ambition rewarded more generously than in the Southeast. Small capital and energy will accomplish wonder- ful results for you in this favored land. Dairying, trucking, fruit growing, poultry raising and general farming are making South- ern farmers independent. Land from $15 an Acre Up Plenty of rain and ample sunshine every month, irrigation unnecessary. Growing season from 7 to 10 months duration. Two and three crops raised annually. Local markets plentiful and profitable. Early vegetables and fruit bring high prices in Northern cities. Modern schools and highways, good churches, rural telephones, healthful climate anddelightful summers and winters make the South the most desirable location in America for Homeseekers. Learn How to Make Money Send for the "Southern Field" magazine, book- lets and farm lists which give the whole facts. M. V. RICHARDS Land and Industrial Agent Room 12 Washington, D. C Bonnet and Cap Goods Anyone in need of a bonnet or prayef- covering should not fail to write for our samples before order- ing. Our assortment is larger than we have ever shown before at prices which are very reasonable. We can either furnish the goods or the com- pleted bonnet as we have a finely equipped bonnet shop with only the most skilled workers in charge. Our line consists of everything that is used in bonnet making. When writ- ing for samples state whether you desire our Chenille Cloth, Straw Cloth, Silk Bonnet Net or prayer cov-, ering catalog; we will send you any or all of these upon request prepaid. Ask about our two piece adjustable wire frames. We will send illustrated folder showing the different styles; if you make your own bonnet this is what you should use as they are much easier to make than when other forms of stiffening are used. They will also last several times longer, always retain their shape, more com- fortable to the liead. Only 45c each postagfe prepaid. We make beautiful Auto bonnets to order for summer and winter use, also have a complete line of Auto Scarfs and Veils. Write at once for full line of samples. FE-S* BONNET SUPPI.Y CO. 133 So. Humphrey Ave., Chicagro, 1. Oak Park, 111. Brethren's Plain Clothing MADE TO ORDER. No extra charge for Style If you are interested in this style of clothing, send us your name and address right away for a copy of our clothing catalog. It will be mailed free and postpaid. This is the finest book we have ever had the opportun- ity to present to our customers and in it you will find the season's latest styles and fabrics which will cost you no more for clothes made to your in- dividual measure than you will ordi- narily pay for ready-made garments. We have been making' the Brethren style of clothingr for the past ten years and are able to quote prices as low as anyone else without making an extra charge for this style as most other houses do. Our catalog shows five different styles to make your se- lection from and a varied selection of black, blue or gray fabrics which are most appropriate for these suits. We guarantee the workmanship, mate- rials, style and fit. Just mail us a letter or postal today for free catalog and we Will send it complete with our self-measuring blanks and tape meas- ure. ALBAUGH-DOVER CO. Dept. 18, 2100 Marshall Blvd., Chicaso. 111. 71 A UHLE GOLD MINE FOR WOMEN THE U. S. COOK STOVE DRIER is the best on the market. Al- ways ready for use. Easily set on and off the stove. It works while you cook. Takes no ex- tra fire. DRIES ALL BERRIES, CHERRIES, FRUITS, VEGETA- BLES, CORN, etc. Don't let your fruit, etc., waste. With this Drier you can at odd times evaporate wasting fruit, etc., for family use, and enough to sell and exchange for all or the greatest part of your groceries and in fact, household expenses. Write for circulars and special terms to agents. Price, $5. E. B. FAHRNEY Box 416, Waynesboro, Pa. CAP GOODS I am sending Cap gfoods from sea to sea and into Canada, and south to . tlie Gulf. If you desire first-class goods and moder- ate prices, drop a card asking for Samples. Guarantee Satisfaction. Mention the Al- manac. MARV A. BRUBAKEB, Box 331. Virden, 111. In answering advertisements be sure to mention the ALMANAC BRETHREN FAMILY ALMANAC, BONNET GOODS We furnish Bonnet Goods to dealers as well as to the user. Bonnet Goods is our specialty. We carry a large assortment. Write for free samples and prices. HIGH QUALITY, LOW PRICE, PROMPT SERV- ICE WITH SATISFACTION GUARAN- TEED is our motto. See our advertisement under the February Calendar page. ei;gzn bonnet go., ei.gin, zi.i.inois. Apple Butter Pure Apple Butter is what you get when you buy Hartzle's Blue Label. The standard of perfection the past 20 years; made from Cider Apples and Granulated Sugar. No other ingredi- ents in this Butter. Having pur- chased the property of C. J. Miller & Co., of Smithville, which was recently destroyed by fire, we will rebuild and- will take care of their customers at Sterling until the property at Smithville can be rebuilt. 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A large number of merchants are buying goods from us in wholesale quantities because we can furnish the most desirable goods at ex- tremely low prices. Our customers number away up into the thousands. We carry a large stock of goods and fill all orders promptly, postage pre- paid, at prices that defy competition considering quality. We have made a specialty of this business for twenty years and you will not be experimenting if you con- tinue to send your crrders to us in the future as you have been doing in the past. Write for our large line of free samples and booklet of unsolicited tes- timonials. R. E. ARNOLD, ELGIN, ILLINOIS. Pure Apple Butter 72 ^■^^^^n| Smucker's Home-made ^HBHHHB Apple Butter is made ^^^^^^^ from apple juice (cider), ripe, selected apples for filler and the best grade of granulated sugar for sweetening. It is as pure as is possible to make it; is boiled in the most sani- tary manner and tastes just like the kind Mother used to make. Our prices are reasonable. 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