The Baldwin Ledger, 9 March 1906


Ended With Jubilee Tuesday Night – Many Conversions


A revival Jubilee was held in the church Tuesday evening as that was the last night of the four weeks of revivals held here.


The church was well filled and Rev. Armstrong made a short talk and a final call was made. Several responded and the meeting was held until a late hour. Thus far nearly two hundred conversions have been made, and many have joined by letter.


Sunday witnessed one of the greatest movements ever known here in Baldwin. Sixty one conversions, thirty-four of whom were Sunday school children, and fifteen, by letter were added to the church roll. Great interest has been stirring the town to wonderful endeavors and the results have been fine.


Rev. Armstrong, who was here last week and up till Tuesday night, had done a noble work. He has a great influence on his audience, and has a most pleasing way of reaching his hearers. His sermons were very forcible and right to the point.


Rev. Wiles is a man who knows how to conduct the singing. He had a full chorus of about thirty or forty voices every night and did much toward arousing the interest. Mr. Armstrong and Mr. Wiles went yesterday to Des Moines Iowa, where they will hold a revival for about three weeks. We are confident that success awaits them.

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