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THE INDIAN ADVOCATE . iLfc ' ' ' " ;' iJ cli:: WWHIIIt IIHI '"' ' Published by the Benedictine Fathers of Gu9 : SAORTOD HEART MISSION1! OKLAHOMA. Ui"1 ir-i Mo'n'th'lyevieV Under 'ih'e Protection of Mary, Queen of the Holy Rosary St.'Micha'Sl and St. Benedict. ' 'J' J fa'J'JIf Approved by our Regular Superiors. THRMS OP STJIlSCRirTION. Single Copies 15c. . Annual... $1.00. H Fifteen or more Copies sent to one and same Address, each . . 75c Foreign $1.25, ji Entered ns Second-class Matter nt Sacred Heart, P O. (. :lahoma. (lj T irul" PRIVILEGES " H, 'J') 1 Every Subscriber and Benefactor-will participate in all the merits, prayeji and Qg&y works of the Religious of Sacred Heart Abbey. t . . 9' A solemn High Mass is sung every First Friday of the month in Honor ot tKe'sVi' Vdf Heart for the intentions, of Subscribers and Benefactors. 1 ,- Ufl 3. A Conventual Mass is offered every First Saturday of the month for our departed f Friends, Subscribers and Benefactors. ,A " " "2',J"Mf' 4, Ecryycar, in the month of September tv-j i.- emn Masses arc sung or our(Bcne artors, one for the Living and one for the Dead. ,,. ' : , ' ?. oT At.l. KKMLTTAKOE8, CONTItt IIUTIONS AND lUJHtNEBS LKTTBnS BnOnLD DB AVmtKHKT) TO THE INDIAN ADVOCATE, uor an. SACKED IIKAHa'. OJCX,A. Sacred Heart, Oklahoma, April J 909 To expect the flower of social purity without the stem t and root that vivify it, is the blinding superstition of this age. The stem and roots are doctrines which underlie and give motive to self-sacrifice. Pluck the flower from them, it retains its perfume and looks as beautiful, but soon it will droop and wither, and fall, leaf by , leaf, ' on the cold earth. As well expect to have science with?.i out first principles, as morality without doctrines to J sustain it. - - "