tian Endeavor society is doing a good work among the young people. The prayer-meetings held on Thursday evenings are well attended. The growth of the church has not been rapid, but is steady, and during its history has enjoyed some revivals of religion.
Under the direction of the pastor's loyal wife the young people have been gathered into a sewing-school at her home every Saturday afternoon, and everything is done to encourage the little fingers in their attempts to guide the needle; and we feel that here, too, is a work being done that will bring forth fruit in the homes.
The barrels of supplies, sent to us by friends in other States, have enabled us to assist many needy ones. While packing these missionary boxes, if you could only see "the other end of the line" you would feel rewarded for your gifts. The kindness done for Christ's sake will not be forgotten.
The country around Deer Lodge is sparsely settled. One can travel miles without meeting any one. The people are somewhere--where, we are una
'The American Missionary' was a periodical published from the mid to late 1800s. Each issue offered some very interesting articles on such things as; cultures throughout the world, religious views, cooking and homemaking tips, and who's who in missionary work of the day. Manybooks.net has several of the issues.
I highly recommend this particular issue of 'The American Missionary' because it is the swimsuit edition.