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Hanover College

DAVIS and ELKINS COLLEGE Collegiate, College-Preparatory, Commercial

Controlled by the Prosbyterian Church. A school under Christian infuence for the young man of limited means. Liberal endowment and limited student attendanco increase efficiency. Only high grade men are employed on the College Faculty. Dormitory residence. Tutorial system for preparatory students. Splendid gymnasium. Only $200 to $225 for the year. Let the Church patronize her schools.

JAS. E. ALLEN, President.

Hanover (near Madison) INDIANA Co-educational, with Preparatory Department. Location healthful and unsurpassed in natural beauty, Buildings commodious and modern. Equipment recent and complete. Moral and religious conditions splendid. A scholarly faculty trained to teach. Students life free from distractions. Expenses for one year from $175.00 to $250.00. Catalogues sont upon application to

WILLIAM A. MILLIS, President

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I. Graduate School of Thoology.

For college graduates.
II. Diploma School of Thoology.

For men without college training. Classes and courses in the two schools are entirely separated. Well endowed; thoroughly equipped; Faculty enlarged; Courses reorganized; electives increased; graduate courses for degrees in Northwestern University; new courses in Religious Education, Biblical Interpretation, Theology, Sociology, Rural Problems, Philosophy, Church Music; social problems studied in near-by Chicago. Opportunities for self-help. Tuition and room free. Incidentals low. New school year opens Sept. 25, 1912. Address: PRESIDENT CHARLES M. STUART,

Evanston, Tlinois.

OSWEGO COLLEGE

Pacific Theological Seminary

(Presbyterian, care

of Synod of

Kansas)
Prosidont, Marshall

Osnogo. Kansas BEST WEST

The Oswego Plan A vooational school for womon, with rofnod, Ohristian

atmosphoro Practical Arts, Fine Arts, Liberal Arts Trains young womon for

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Strong Faoulty of Exporto Attractive, Homollko, Safe, Economical

Practical and thorough course of training for the ministry. Open to qualified students of both sexes and all denominations. University of Callfornia courses and library free. Term begins August 20, 1912. Address:

C. S. NASH, Presidont,
Berkeloy, California

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Over Sea and Land

is full of inspiration for the juniors, giving them interesting, concise, illustrated talks about missionary fields, and the latest news therefrom. A mine of mission thought for two cents a month. Profusely illustrated, monthly magazine, 25 cents a year.

Send subscriptions to Room 1114, 156 Fifth Ave., New York.

A LIMITED and SMALL

AMOUNT OF
Annuity Gold Bonds

OF THE

WITHERSPOON BUILDING

STILL FOR SALE

An investment that combines the greatest possible security, the largest justifiable returns, and the farthest reaching results along missionary lines.

Issued in Denominations of $500. $1,000.

$5,000. Paying Interest to the Annuitant from

5% to 10% according to age

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This issue is limited in amount, and so attractive have these Bonds been to those who investigated their security, purpose and returns that very few remain to be disposed of. If this interests you, let us send you fuller information. It is a great OPPORTUNITY TO SERVE THE CHURCH without diminishing your present income. In fact it may increase it.

Write to-day while it is fresh in your mind.

PRESBYTERIAN BOARD OF PUBLICATION AND SABBATH

SCHOOL WORK

F. M. BRASELMANN, Treasurer 124 Witherspoon Building

Philadelphia

In Writing Advertisers Please Mention THE ASSEMBLY HERALD.

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THE ASSEMBLY HERALD

PUBLISHED MONTHLY BY ORDER OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
A. W. HALSEY, D.D., JOHN Dixon, D.D., WILLIAM H. SCOTT, Committee

CONTENTS FOR SEPTEMBER, 1912

467 467 468 471 476 475 476 479 480 482 484 487 487 491 492

494 495

THE BOARD OF HOME MISSIONS

The American Republic—The Kingdom of God
How to Observe Home Mission Week
The Church and the Community. Rev. M. B. McNutt
Serving the Rural Churches
A Call to the Country
Rural Recreation Through the Church, Rev. Silas E. Persons, D.D.
The Old Gospel in Terms of the New Rural Life. Mr. Claire S. Adams
The Use of Private Wealth for Public Welfare. Albert E. Roberts
The Possibilities of the One-Room School. Mrs. Marie Turner Harvey
Making Religion Real
Post-Graduate Study for Country Pastors. Rev. Warren H, Wilson

Young People's Department Notes
THE BOARD OF FOREIGN MISSIONS. Signs of Dawn in Africa

The Korean Situation
The Bulu University.

A. The Main School. Mrs. C. W. McCleary

B. Tho Industrial School. Mr. Herbert W. Grieg
The New Station at Metet and the Regions Beyond.

A. The Urgent Call of the Interior, Rev. R. H. Evans

B. The Opening in Yebekole, Rev. G, C. Beanland
The Gospel and Raw Heathenism.

A. The Conversion of the Mabeya. Rev. A. I. Good

B. The Unknown Eton People, Rev. F. O. Emerson
In the Benito Region. Rev. J. S. Cunningham
Hungry for the Things of God. Dr. H. L. Weber
Obituaries

Monthly Concert
THE BOARD OF CHURCH ERECTION, Duncan J. McMillan, D.D., Secretary
THE BOARD FOR FREEDMEN. Edward P. Cowan, D.D., Cor. Secretary
THE BOARD OF MINISTERIAL RELIEF. B. L. Agnew, D.D., LL.D., Cor. Secretary
THE BOARD OF PUBLICATION AND SABBATH SCHOOL WORK. Alexander Henry, D.D.,

Secretary
THE PERMANENT COMMITTEE ON TEMPERANCE. John F. Hill, D.D., Cor. Secretary.
THE BOARD OF EDUCATION, Joseph Wilson Cochran, D.D., Secretary
Book Reviews

497 499

501 502 503 504 505 506 507 509 511

513 515 516 519

OUR CHURCH, ITS BOARDS AND OFFICERS
THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY.

Alexander Henry, D.D. Bus. Sug., and Trees., Frank Ofice, Room 515, Witherspoon Bldg., 1319 Walnut

M. Braselmann. Street, Phila., Pa. Moderator, Rev. John F. Carson, The Board of Church Erection.-Office,156 Fifth Ave., D.D., Brooklyn, N. Y. Slated Clerk, Rev. William N. Y. Secretary, Duncan J. McMillan, D.D. Truosura,

Henry Roberts, D.D., 1319 Walnut Street, Phila., Pa. Mr. Adam Campbell. The Board of Home Missions.-Office, 156 Fifth Ave., The Board of Ministerial Relief.-Office, 1319 Walnut N. Y., N. Y. Secretaries, Charles L. Thompson, D.D., Street, Phila., Pa. Secretary, Rev. Benjamin L. Agnew, LL.D., John Dixon, D.D., Mr. Joseph Ernest McAfee. D.D., LL.D. Treasurer, William W. Heberton, D.D. Treasure, Mr. Harvey C. Olin.

The Board for Freedmen.-Office, 513 Bessemer Bldg., The Board of Foreign Missions.--Office, 156 Fifth Pittsburgh, Pa. Secretary and Treasurer, Rev. Edward

Ave., N. Y., Secretaries, A. Woodruff Halsey, D.D., P. Cowan, D.D. Associate, Rev. John M. Gaston Mr. Robert E. Speer, Arthur J. Brown, D.D., and

The College Board.-Office, 156 Fifth Ave., N. Y., N. Y. Stanley White, D.D. Treasurer, Mr. Dwight H. Day.

Sec. Robert Mackenzie, D.D., LL.D. Office Sec. and The Board of Education.-Office, 1319 Walnut Street, Ass. Treas. Rev. G. R. Brauer, to whom all remittances

Phila., Pa. Secretary, Rev. Joseph Wilson Cochran, should be sent.
D.D. Treasurer, Mr. Edward R. Sterrett.

Permanent Committee on Temperance. --Office, The Board of Publication and Sabbath School Work 72 Conestoga Bldg., Pittsburgh, Pa. Secretary and

-Office, Witherspoon Bldg., Phila., Pa. Secretary, Rev. Treasura, John F. Hill, D.D.

THE ASSEMBLY HERALD is the Official Magazine of the Presbyterian Church in the U. S. A., published for the

purpose of giving information as to all the work of the Church carried on by the Boards. SUBSCRIPTION PŘICE.-Fifty Cents per year for single subscriptions. Clubs of ten or more, Twenty-five Cents. CHANGE OF ADDRESS.—Notice of change must be received at least three weeks before the first of the month. DISCONTINUANCES.-No subscriptions are continued beyond the month for which payment is made. REMITTANCES should be sent by Draft on Philadelphia or New York, Money Order or Cash by registered letter

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