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Jt- Published by the Kenedictine Fathers of a
SAOREJ HEART MISSIONi OKLAHOMA.
Monthly Kcmuw Under the Protection of Mary, Queen of the Holy Rosary, St. Michael
and St. Benedict.
Approed I) j our Regular Superiors
TRRJIH OF NDnNGKIITION.
Single Copies 15c.
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Entered is Second-class Matter at Sacred Heart, P. O. Oklahoma.
t livery Subscriber and Benefactor will participate in all the merits, prayers anJ good
unrks of the Relig ousof Sacred Heart Abbe.
2 A solemn High Mass ifcsuugcvef) First Friday of the month in Honor of the Sirred
Heart for the intentions of Subscribers and Benefactors. ) '
3. A Conentual Mass is offered ever First Saturday of the month for our departed
Friends, Subscribers and Benefactors.
4, Every ye.ir, in the mouth of September t'0 i.-lemn Masses are sung for our Bene
ai tors, one for the Living and one for the Pe.nl.
II. I. HKMI ITANCKH. niVTHUIITIONH AND IIIIHINKRM I.KTTKI1H HOlH.T) II K AtlDHENIIKn TO
THE INDIAN ADVOCATE.
Him us. SACRKD HI'.AHT. OKT.A.
ifcacreb eart, felafjoma, December 1908
The national vote is over. None of the dreadful cala
mities predicted by each of the presidential candidates,
should he meet with defeat, has yet occurred. If there be
any change, it is for the better. The night-riders and the
Black Hand society have ceased to make blood-curdling
threats and to cast terror and consternation among our
"With eyether Taft or Bryan, or with' both, or with neye
ther," says Dooley, "the country is safe."
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