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THE Ti l. P. l.n.V WdKi.lt, si N'DA Y, K0VRMRG1 I, IfH 1T1H0E IMAY CIML lLiE(D)W i .liiyx of mil Lord i en eri Inii i in .1 latter 1 1 "in which hum written in .. rl OSlv i .1 t iir In. I ll II arboa membership ami pniyerf ills seel ii..- rvllKi - v i and Thi Mitln i tin- i iiiim iii.ii i.-ii i I.. 1 1 lievc help humanity in gsuerul Not yuu kii.iilii teach utliara in de i on mil' u !! iii iii'ii i.r I.. Ipinii m 1 1 aft i"'t ii i uur i'-'i i I" tii-1 1 , hi-ihIn nf disease ami depravity you ' iiiiihi 1 1 pi i i reap n hai ..' ui Uroki n health, dlaalpaU d ilih, illwi sdll a ii ,i sorrow, and n atari i on Ii m d Vim i annul gather grans at Uiurna, or figs 'f thirties Yuu rannoi n..u "wild out" and I"1 1 i" reap a harvest uf cuntentment and p a. a, IHatXIm Onfl'a lani Hai lhare u a bt Ighter and to tna plctiin in iii. in ui. i i.r aplrltual i. . imndryi you eoa an tot ami 1 1 . i ) Ii ii- I . you sou a tiatili and reap a - ii.ni. i. The logic a uppllrubla to m ii ii suit iu) wi ii a h had. you I'annut avoid tna reaulta of your paal NinN, i. .i you ran decide (hut front now .-a you will dim x I aeed ami " ui in putlenn im the harvesl that ia Miir t mini- .m rnniiot mend i" 'In all tlm k I Hiil Del iii your other bund 1 ha th it , . t h to tin- life tin hplllt tells IM II' in dMNMtree Mllll'H "tl WIN s Hiil would Ills own di - tiny. I" it little wondei hut millions "f peopli ri'inaln nut "I th. , Iwi . h bt'i uuai "f H" noon ; nut. i . a and Its divisions? Ho many churchmen nf- much more Intent n exploiting tin Ir Ihi ologl al hobbles tlmn tin lire of .. ptlllg thl " In Ii The Itelleve and praach aa much aa aulta then notion al .1 Ithei t j' ol of Ignore what doea mt ault them In, I, r an- h - nndltlons the fii Id la with sii" in and fantuatti form of worship, and he la prompt In his work to deveice tin mtj i lei i Bo it la well for ua tn go hack to flral prlnelplea, tad listen t" that man ho hua i n ua tin truth and the whole truth i.r rlter in ail hlatorj . id -. nine the reHVa or other are "overtaken In a r.iult tXtcn. aliimal In aplle "f one's own efforts t" in.ilil II. In i tlnda hlinwll ill t!l. ...M I- ' t s,ll II II IHli It Int t . i in it is aua if aontet hliiK. uia. i1 i" ft lie reived bj ili'.nki "l-l" i Ii bpt'.lh Tin i.utliii'.ikina fniill Hi't bring dlsgrnee md rum. or n may be n aeeret sin hat . while unknown lo o there, keeps sudden and snlltnrj fall- contrary lo to the ainner hlmaelf To audi aa tfeeec e re shorted to In Inn ! ytrmiL'th .ill. I ootisolatloll. i-nC'.ill .IL'llia them In new em rg t" meet the f dure with fnlth ami determination t" live batter and purer hereafter It is not, however that you ahould go t" him aa a itiperlnr being. ti make lilni fiel humlllali .I h eontraat w it Ii yout spotless purity Noi la It that you ibou Id tn t.. him in u spirit of rrll harshness t" tlm stints uf It la own lint In 111 1 1 1 .IS .i Judge - tin ml ami l.i .a Iii i . i Instead nt rtvroach. poi olainui Inateud of rondemuatlon : fur it m.n I'.- your turn next tn alum Ide. Hecuuac a man n is alnned, 'I--not I'.- among those who lire quick I" ..at i iclao him, hut lei him know In kindness I hat .. ! t Ins paat failures mill would like In aid him 111 making a now ami hettter star! llnid o Iti-ailiur. nan hua Ins burdena aomi . lint Sum.- l.i t hi III redly (. hltnai H and pi i-il Int. i, I. nt ins. i ronacli n ample ii lint go t K er m 1 1 material mid lie in. i kee tbeae muat n 'hat ..ii . ' or nlTKurdlN a tn "fulfil oa-UBa it love w niaii api with its ui too limlili "f your ai'lf, Imi acrutlnlae your own motive and purpoaea and aubnill tboiu Ui the teal of ii. ni's word, Then you will be aide imt otll) I" aid in bearing tha burdena of olliera, but you will awuku '. a reallxatlon of the great roapunal- rii. -ii you ma) nave rejoicing iii your self, n"t for am auporlorlty of your ..nil, but that by the jrra f tud in tbla world ami helped i" make life brighter ami more worth living t"i tome discouraged brother Ami In doing good, in others you "in find your own life brightened and cheered to an ext. nt that the gratification of - ompllsh. Huiimiibig Uio Tciier. There is no pnuae of church wot ii s, , red " ii ii i i rer grace i ban In the aupport o Iho ministry. I'ledgea Inn-. In the pulpit aa well .is in othet forge) thai tlx- duties nf th. mlnlsliy Healdea, Ins congregation experts in benefit of ins entire tlnu and energy, and it is therefore the almplcsi kind ,.f justice that the minister and ll family ahould be liberally provided for And. what is often "f atill greater Importutice, the lufsnhera should live him their moral as well as flnsn lal aupport, and hold up his bands In ever) reasonable endeiivug There are two kinds of people in the church thai have vsr) little religion those ih.it grumble about paying Ihe preacher, aud thoae iii.it hubltuall) oppose his endeavors or Ignore them - l.i t him that Is I a Ugll I In the Word communicate unto lilin thai teachoth s.miii ami lt.-.iilnc - n matter how long dm rongequencas may he in coming, perhaps even until imi begin to believe that you h.i--outlived a moral "statute nf limits tiniis," yet the da) "f reckoning is pure and unavoidable, Hlven when your sins an- forgiven ami blotted .-ut in the sinht of lind. ilm forces you have set in motion in ihls life in luari-hini'. on to Inevitable and nnavotdabli' reaulta Job saya; "They Hut plow Inloulty and sow trouble, reap the sum-' We hive tin nppol I unity In this life m .t onlj to aettle air dVstiny for eternity, but we can make our atny on earth more happy Ko It la lefl to ua to s..w- whichever vuu plant Hm earlier ilfu full of un curbed paJMlons, perverted taatoa, n ii alns, li -ei your f ice t.. the light rate yout energies t" the "mk of followlug the tuichlnga of the' Savior, ho ii..t be dlai'ou raged If the hitdou of the old life looms up be tween you and your Wl..n of butter tb i - Take coursgri 1 nd ki op on Wi II lining. Im- in due season we ah. ill . renp, if . fa. in noi Toward mi Mi ii Paul's rxhortnt on la t" "work that which is good toward all men." There is no reservation of rneo, color, aex, or am i.ii standing. The only uuallfl-l cation is a special emphasis placed on those Hi..) "are of the household ut fadUi 'l b s would seem almoal . superfluous, for, if a man la not kindi toward his brethren in the church t in i - Is lit ii.- ri uaon i" . spec) him In be g I to "I I" I III tl Hill III' exhortation Is of world wide lnclu- alveness it means not onl) the mem bers uf youi church, vuiii brotheraj in tin- lodge, your neighbors and frlands, i he t. ow cii laona of your ! community, or the ineinbera of your social set, It means "all nu n." The alien, the outcast, ihe criminal, the beggar, the stranger g I and bad alike So mailer how we may view i tlu ir i undue! ui di plore their do gredatlon, no mutter how ge mil' uaturully reaenl ihclr attitude toward ii, we are still tn "work thai which I ia k 1 toward all men." It Is noi for us t" draw the line of demarca lion or set a dividing lino between I man and man Thity are all Hud's i real urea like unto ouraelves, and It a nol because uf uur goodness, but! Iu cause "f the groace of flod, llml yoj and I a nol aiming the lowest ! if the low F.very one of these men has a soul thai Ood lovea and wanl lo i" saved, it la uur duty, then, nol i in ii n i, but by klndnaaa tn draw them nearer a throne uf gran Should we neglecl in do Una. ami drive 1 1 1 'ii away from Qod by onrj . ti his. an much tlm worse will it bo oi us in th.- day "f reckoning, l.i i - Nni lie U'cary. It behoovea us then, from tins les-l son, tn re. laim the stumbling, to In apoci uur own hearts in humility, tn; aow niiiv ii it we run afford in reap, and in deal kindly with n men Mere i la a creed that, hi Itself, la compre hensive as mankind ami aa far reach ing .is eternity. I t us then not be found li.kmi; m thcer riAiulremcntSt for in fulfilling tii.-m we .ii.- fulfilling the law uf i 'in ist, our Havior ami King '1'" him ihit overcometh the .id propeualtlca Df Ins nature is given the crown uf victory Hut what shall we aa) of the poor, deluded soul who Hunks im can go ahead In gin is long aa he liken, ami in hia de clining ears abjure the paths of wIckiHlueas, and settle down In peace .m. I contentment wlthoui reaping what In- has sown? IN" pitiable, Ind I, that man should no deceive iilmself, "Qod Is not mocked; fur whatever a man aoweth, that ahull be 'li oiiali"o. No one - an always avoid tempta tion, l"it In ..in avoid giving a". iv tn it And even if he ran nut al"a s help being tempted in- may oftentimes, by exercising more caution, keep oui uf tlm way. itumunavllle Btar-Ieader, Merchantsnd Planters Bank The Onlv State Bank in Tulsa Deposits Guaranteed Your account, large or small, will be given personal atten tion here and will be appre ciated. 4y Interest Will be Paid on Time Certifieates and Savings Accounts Merchants (md Planters Bank r Condensed Statement of the Condition of The First National Bank of Tulsa, Oklahoma at Ihe Close of Business, October 31, 1914 RESOURCES: Oans I B1691j89 Overdrafts :,i"4.KH U, S. lininls (at par) 126,000.00 Other Bonds i:,(Ki.ui) Warrants and Keeuritics 48,751.27 Kumitmv ami fixtures 10,000.00 ( 'ash and KigW Kxehauge 210,696.03 Total $1,258,814.07 LIABILITIES: Capital Stock 125,000.00 BuiplUB and Profit LTi.70iS.5l! Ciivulaliun 1,-).0MU0 DEiOSITS 983,1 05.55 T nlal Jrl.L'.'is.sH.oT OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS (i. B. McC'ullough, President II. (). Mr( !lure, Vice President A. K. Bradsliaw, ( lashici' lioscoe Adams, Assistant Cashier V.. S. ITounff, Assistant Cashier s. OeZeil ICawley l K. ( lone Win. II. Walker B. V. Iii,-.-I. I.. Price .1. ,M. Hall STATE IB 1 IHE TUBERCULOSIS FIGHT HAS HELPED 556 CITIZENS OF STATE IN LAST 9 MONTHS. FIGURES ON WHITE PLAGUE a i American! Have More Resistance to the Disease Than the Foreigners. Ouring tin1 paat mm- motitha tlm Oklahuma itata board ot houlth haa rendered aaalatanca ! (S ntizins .if i K in li.. mi. i iii dtagnoaing tubercu I, .sis. Kiva hundred anil thirty ot thcae were American born, Twenty, five were born in ISurope and one in Mi i. .. i t t li dlana and tin As tn oceupatii bera, l in.r. ....I., twenty were In- re neaToi i us there were !' bar li lila.-kfiintlis. :'J bookkeeper and clerka, 2 carpenter, ;t drtiKaiaea, 4 electrical worker, l engineer, 1 artist, 101 farmer, 10 houaewlvea, t hotelkeeper, lio laiior . i s, i t merchant, i miller, :i miners, .. ministers, l nurse, ;i office nu n, " .iii .nni gas workers, ! painters, n doctors, l printer, real estate agent, l soatnstreai .i railroad men, I stockmen, students, 3; teachers, nni it nut specified. Th. re an' a number of Interesting facts to be observed In tins report, i if tin- bookkeepers, riirks, office nun .nni office employe reported, tin- largest percentage was uf Bwedlsh parentage or born in Sweden. Tins would inihr.iti' that tin' American born cltlii ns have a greater power if resistance to tins disease than foreign cltlacna, There Is n total number of l'.lou physicians engaged in active practlc .ii Oklahoma in nine months, ii physicians ti.i.' been reported as h.i ing tuberculosla Thai would be on.' ..ut of every too physicians practicing medli un in Oklahoma, uf tin. ,..'i students served the asjea ran from in to 26 yi.irs. in tin com mon schools In Oklahoma, tho nver-.u:i- cost pci year to the ntato per nin dent for education in M0. it in coat i ii k tin- state $1.10(1 per year to edu cate students who win die before lo ilr education i completed from a lTi' I'titaHo iltsr.isp. of tin' 3- tia. hrrs posHihly a laruc majority aro now ti-.irhlng In CTOWded schoolrooms in the public schools m i iklahoma. Tho majorit) of laborers work in tho open .imi they form a very large p r cent of our population, yet only M ate reported as having tubercu loaw Something like to pit cent of our entire population of nearly 1,000,000 m f iint yet toily H'l or leSS Hum one-fifth of tin- number of tubercu. loalg . nme from this class of our . itiitcnhii. Every tuberculosis pntient repre sents a coat, or mi expense of $i,5o line to the fact that tuberculosis con- mints ovaf quite n psjllod of time. They eventual 1 have to quit Wolk. mid they art uo longer wase curuers, Officers. Directors. A. E. LEWIS, President . . MAVGINNE8, Vrice President . M A VEINS' KS R. A. KOSS, Vice President and 0- VrENSEL ... C. A. SANDERSON Ca8hlcr E. B. (iKOKMiK . L. LEWIS, Assistant Cashier II. N. GRE1S STATEMENT Of the Condition of The Liberty National IBank At the close of Business October 31st, 1914. RESOURCES. Loans anil Discounts ,...$358,753.41 Overdrafts L'.."s.).() Storks. Bonds and War rants 18,630.72 United states Bonds . . . 25,000.00 Furniture and Fixtures.. 7,500.00 Due from 1'. S. Treasurer 1,250.00 Federal Reserve Bank Stork l.dlO.OO Cash and Sigh 1 Exchange 125,764.70 LIABILITIES. Capital Stork $100,000.00 Surplus and Undivided Profits 10,825.40 Circulation 25,000.00 DEPOSITS 404,669.33 ota l Total $540,494.73 Tlir above statement is correct. E. A. ROSS, Cashier. tiio expense beeoiBei trebled by ren son of tin r having to employ doetOM ami purchase medicine, anil finally pay the utnlertaki r's bill. Statisticians have estimated that the nvenMP ex pettse fur nil tuberculosis patlsnts Ir not lew than l,t00j s.. these clUteM ire t.i. il III.' Mini of l"4.t tv t It Is preventable lieiuie one that claims a liitrlii r death toll than any othei preventable disease in Oklahoma, Public sentiment can demand nnd itif. ti' it" iii niatul that the public be protected from this rlisearie ami thai i . Hi f be extended. The state health department cannot do this work by .ti-. If with It limiteil appropriation. Oklahoma hat oared for the iimf. for the L luid and for mil i oiits. Wi h ive1 protected society from tin' few crlih innls, unil we nre raritiK for the un fortunnte ItiRane; but what Is Okta hom.i Itdnaj to do to protect its eili zons (Mm tho ravages of tuberru 1 . i J s " We haVSJ money for every Other purpose, surely something can bi done for our tulureit'oRis iia.i Von llioitghi of it? pill it ever occur to you. my friend, that you and I have but one life to live nnd that we ouicht to try to crt tile MOit out of It? That niipht to provide our loved ones with a piod home which is not darkened by the shadow of a mortgage that we .Mould cpeak kindly to those with whom we come in daily contact in I order that their burdena may be less , Irksome end that lift- may have more sunshine in It for them as well at fr us that us a illlzen we ought to stand f..i everything arhlch will make ll.n MIMMH,Uh t. m ..,, i ln- . that w, ought to keep ourselves m il I Informed about the UiIiiks t do In 'order that we may realize the fullest measure of results from the talents Ood has given us that we should so conduct nnd apply ourselves thai our frlendl will be compelled to say after ive are Rone, "he tried to do his duty," and that the world will be better off for our having lived? Misuurl farmer.