No July Issue
Preachers and church leaders, we are delighted to receive your good reports and articles for publication in the O. P. A., but we wonder if you really work for subs, and donations for the O. P. A. while in these good meetings. Do you realize that your hearty cooperation is needed now, possibly, more than at any time since we began the publication? You must show an interest in the welfare of the paper before you will impress others with its importance, and if you expect to secure, subs., you must talk the paper. Is the paper worth anything to you and the cause you espouse? If so, show your appreciation by soliciting subs for it. If all will really work, we shall not be compelled to miss another issue. Brethren, may I count on you? Let us press the work! We were very sorry we had to miss the July number, but you just failed to send in sufficient funds to pay the printers.
Phillips - Freeman
The Friends of Bro. J. D. Phillips, and they are scattered over more than thirty states, will be glad to know that at last he has someone to take care of him.
The girl undertaking this great task is Miss Edith Freeman of Eola, Texas, a splendid Christian girl. She is the daughter of Bro. and Sister H. O. Freeman, of this place. Bro. Freeman is the founder and one of the elders of the church here.
Bro. Phillips and Edith were quietly married in the home of Bro. F. R. Keel in San Angelo, Tex., Tuesday morning, May 30, the writer officiating.
The Old Paths Advocate wishes for them a long, happy and useful life.
Homer A. Gay