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;: CHURCHES UNITABIAN Cottage 4 Che meketa streets. Rev. Martin Fere- shetian, minister. Church school at 10 . m. Uraded instruction.. Class for adults in the Psychology of re ligion. Mr. Furanhetiaa condueti this el Ms in person. Lecture and dmcus on. Devotion! services at 11 a. m. Sermon subject, ''Chnatiaaity and Provincialism." In this sermon Mr. Kerasbetian will show the su premacy of the teachings of Jesus in tho unification of mankind. He wilt trace the historical develop ment of the concept of love as ap plied to national and racial life, ile will endeavor to answer the question a to whether one may profess Jesus Christ as his "person al savior" and then based on that idea consider himself an spiritual aristocrat. What is the value of Christianity to the world t What is its distinctive contribution to life f Personal national and racial, Mrs. Fereshetian will sing. Mrs. W. A. Denton at the organ. CHRISTIAN AND MISSIONABY MX1ANCE Mr. and Mrs. 11. E. eawnll, 425 North Winter street, leaders. Tel. 921 J. Services as usu al tomorrow afternoon at 6H2 South Commercial street. .Sum a school at t o'clock, followed by preaching at t. Regular Thursday afternoa meet ing on next Thursday, at C33 south Oommercial, . beginning at 2.30 'clock. All very cordially wel come. . . FIRST CHRISTIAN Center and High streets. J. J. Evans, minister. Our rally day last Sunday was a great success. Today a program will be just as good and the attendance should be even. larger. All classee and departments of the school, which meets at 9:45, are filling up rapidly .There is a suitable place for 11 ages. The music for the church services will receive new spirit by the use of new song books just received. Several special num bers by large choir and spirited congregational singing will feature the programs. The evening music will be particularly attractive, an them by the choir, violin solo with organ and piano accompaniments and solo by Miss Trista Wenger. At 11 a. in. the pastor will speak on the topic, '"Like Christ," evening, ''Building Faith." The young peo ple will meet at 0:30. FIRST UNITED EVANGELICAL North Cottage street, near C'en ter. Usual services tomorrow morn lng. Sunday school at 10 o'clock, Miss Pauline Remington, superinten dent. Preaching at 11 by Rev. M J. llullnntyno of Dallas. No even ing service. ST. PAUL'S, "The Little Church Around the Corner" Rev. H. Ihin- an Chambers, rector. There will be the usual services. Holy Eucharist at 7:30 a. m. Young peoples society at IC.JU. Mrs. U. O. Shiploy, leader Miiujaet. Missions. All most cordially invited. At the 11 a. m, service Mrs. Riddle will sing a solo. HI UiT COSillim ATI ON At, Liberty and Center streets. W. C. Kanluer, minister. Sunday school , with classes for all with good teach era and well equipped plant. Fine primary department for tho little nuns, Auditorium class iu tho main mom, Drop in any time. Interest ing boys' class. Class for aduHs in . Sunday school room. H. M. Mead, superintendent. II a. m. Trenching . by the pastor. "Living the Whole 1.1 re. Story eermonette for the children : "Finding Out a Secret. p. m. Intermediate and Junior society C. E. Hugh Shaltuo, presi dent, 6:30 p. m. Christian endeavor tiood meeting, interesting loader, welcome for all. 7:30 p. m. address: "(fod's Message in tho Clouds." Motion picture: 'Mmmigrnnls in the , New Land." Good music by chorus ,; choir under the direction of Mr. MoOilchriet. Everybody welcome. CENTER STREET METHODIST North 13th and Center streets. Nahhath, school 10 a. m. Teacher ; for Gorman and English classes. Rev. A. J. Weigle former pastor ,. of this church will proiieh morn ing and evoulng. The male quartet , will sing. Margaret Seethoff will ;( eonduet the devotional league at 7 o'clock and W. 8. Roeder will play oornet solo. A cordial welcome. U. 8, Roeder, minister, NAZARENB Nineteenth and . Marion streets. Sunday school at : a. m. W. B. Hardy, superin tendent. Preucliing at 11 by the pas tor. Subject: "Sanctify Them." Vminj; Peoples meeting at 0:30, led " Jolui Rodinaji, Children's moot ing at 7, in charge of Klda Sprun ger In basement. Preceding again at 7:30. Prayer meeting in Wst Sa lem, in the home of Mrs. Lc Wed nesday night at 7:30. Church pray or meeting. Good singing and tiie Old fashioned Goepel is preached. The stranger is welcome. A, Wells, pastor. Mm. Florence Wells, dea-oucss. EVANGELICAL Chemeketa St. F. W, Launer. pastor. Sermon at 11 a. m. subject "Jesus Teaching." Sermon at 7:30 p. m. Sunday school at 10 a. m. Something new every Sunday, everybody is working, the school is growing better every Bun dny. Our church has the word As sociation dropt off, it is just call ed the Evangelical church. So the young people have had a change in their name it will now be known as the Young Peoples League of Christ ian Endeavor. The Y. P. A. of the Y. P. L. will be held at 6:30 p. m. Wilson Launer will lead. Special music at all these services. FIRST UNITED BRETHREN 12th and Mission. C. E. Johnson, pastor. Sunday school at 10 a. m. O. B. Bowman, superintendent. Ser vices at 11. Subject. The Greatest School and its Teacher. Junior C. E. at 5 p. m. Mrs. Burns, superinten dent. Senior C. E. at 6:30. Hilda Borkey, president. Preaching at 7:30 Subject: A Short Bed and a Nar row Cover. Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening at 7:30. You are invited. WEST SALEM METHODIST EPISCOPAL Alex. Hawthorne, pastor. Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Matthew A. Goodapeed, superinten dent. It is the study of the. Book of Books that makes the Sunday school so profitable a place for young and old.' Every Sunday has an important subject. Tomorrow it will be Jesus Tempted. 'He was tempted in all points like as we are yet without sin." ''In that he himself hath suffered being tempt' ed, he is able to succor them that are tempted," Rpwortb. League de votional meeting, 6.30 p. m. Ep- worthiaas welcome visitors. Yon are invited. Church service, 7:30 p. m Bright, hearty singing by cougre gation. Sermon by the pastor on the subject: "Men who sought Christ.' Weekly prayer meeting Thursday evening at 7:30, There is a welcome for everybody at all these services. Come and worship. THE CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON William Jennings Bryan's Weekly Bible Talk SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1922 JESUS THE GREAT PHYSICIAN By William Jennings Bryan LUTHERAN East State and Eighteenth streets. G. Koehler, minuter. Sunday school at 9:43 a. m. Preaching services in German at 10:30 a, m. Young peoples' meet ing at 2:30 p, m. Evening service in English at :30 p. m. Bible stu dy and prayer meeting on Thurs- lay at 7:30 p. m. Bible school from I) to 12 a. m, Cntochoticul instruc tion for catechumens on Saturday from 1 to 3 p. ni, Everybody ia in vited to our services. INTERNATIONAL BIBLE STU DENTS ASSOCIATION Meet every Sunday in Derby Hall corner Ouurt and High streets, upstairs for Bible studv. Hours from 10 to 12. All interested iu Bible study welcome, CIIiUlSTIAN SOIENCE, First uuureu nu Vhemeketa street, Sun- aay morning services at 11 . ni JMit'jeet or lesson sermon "Proba tion After Death." Sunday school at 9.43 a. m. Wednesday "evening tMtuuoniai meeting at 8 o'clock. Heading room 0tf Masouic Temple pen every flay except Sunday and holidays from 11.13 to 5:30 p, m. All are cordially invited to our services and to our reading room. THE SPIRITUALIST CHURCH -Meet every Sunday at 2:3(1 p. i. and S p. in. t yvrry street. bi;a.ui.avAM M. E. Corner loth and Mill streets. David C. Il&irael, pastor. Sunday morning worship at 11 o'clock. Sunday school at Vi o'clock. Gust Anderson, sup erintendent. Evening service at 8 o'clock, The Girls club will inoet at the parsonage Thursday even ing, October 2fltu, with Miss And rea Ipson aa bust ess. Class in cat ochiaui will meet at the church every Jturaay afternoon at Z o clock. You are welcome to these meetings. CASTLE CHAPEL UNITED III! KTH R E.N" Corner of -Nebraska and 17th street, Sunday school, 10 a. ni. C. P. Wells, superintendent. Preaching, II a. m. and 7:30 p. in. i 'I..:.,: i.-.. j - - . . ' minima tu.icuvor, o.mu, lender,. r.rt.l Weighs, subject C. E. lesson Reverence and Worship. 7:30 mus ctil entertainment by P. Waldo '"'via, the eolden chime, cnun ft the address will be given bv returned miaionary from China lira. "".Vard. Come and bring your rienr' , and worship with us. Geo. 'Is p. ut, pastor. JASON LEE MEMORIAL M. E Corner North Winter and Jeffer son streets, Thomas Acheson, pas tor. Earl Officer iu charge of the Junior church. We are always glad to have the public well represented in our services, and special efforts wil be made to make the services worth while to nil who attend. At 9:43 a. in. Sunday school will con vene with three separate depart ments functioning. We are sparing neither time nor pains iu the inter eat of the best results. We invite you to join ua in the atudv of Uod's word. Two services at 11 a. m. Rev, Oi'ficer will preach. The membership of tho ehureh ia request ed 10 be at home to receive calls from representatives of the church in the interest of the work iu the coming year. (alls will be madv between 2 p. m. and 6 o'clock. Kp worth League service 6:30 p. in. In formal meeting from 6 o'clocK. Our attendance is large and meetings are splendid. Eviiugolistie meetiuir i . :,w p. m. subject, the third in a eories of 'Vn Those Days In the Days of the Holy Spirit." There will be good music, good christian fellowship, and a hearty welcome for you. Bring your friends with you. Jesus Christ, onr Lord and Sa viour, began His ministry by giv ing relief to the body, and the char acter of the diseases, aa well as the number of those whom He heal ed, won for Him the title "the Great Physician." Both physically and spiritually, it can be said of Him ulone: "Himself took our infirmities and bare our sicknesses." Jesus used the word "physician' in the very beginning of His min is try: "And he eatd unto them, Ye will surely say onto me this prov erb, Physician, heal thyself." Ho was speaking to the people of Naz areth, ''where he had been brought up." In connection He used the oft quoted phrase, "No prophet is ac cepted in his own country. , TM people among whom He was rear ed, knowing of Him as a child and a young man, could scarcely be licve that He was what He pro claimed Himself to be when He des cribed the mission of the Meeaiob and said that the Scripture was ful filled in their ears. They have thrust Him out of the city and would have cast Him head locj from the brow of the hill whereon it was built. "But he pass ing through the midst of them wen: his way, and came down to Cap' ernaum"; and there, as He taugh.1 on tho Sabbath days, He healed a demoniac. Christ's Healing Power Bible scholera seem to differ in their opinion as to the exact nature of the diseases described as demon iacal. Some think it to, be the same as that insanity which, at the pres ent time, unbalances the mind and turns the individual over to im pulses that are uncontrollable. Others regard it as a distinct and separate evil spirit which dwelt within and at times took possession of the person. Whatever the nature of the disease, it was well recog nized, and the casting out of the evil spirit called attention to the extraordinary power that Christ possessed. A man with this "spirit of an unclean devil" was in the eyna gogue. He interrupted Christ as He was teaching on the Sabbath day, aaying, "Lot us alone; what have we to do with thee, thou Jesus of Nazareth t Art thou come to destroy ua! I know thee who thou art; the Holy One of God." During the same day Chrsit heal ed the mother of Simon Peter's wife, whose disease was described as a "groat fever." Luke the physi cian represents ( "hirst as standing over her and rebuking the fever Omnipotence Knows No Limitations As the sun was setting all that had any aiek with divers diseases brought them to Him and He laid hands on every one of them and healed them. It Is worth while to notice that He dealt with "divers diseases" and healed them all, "every one," Omnipotence knows no limitations Man has specialties; one physician treats one form of disease, another is skilled in the treatment of an other kind of disease, but Christ knew no difference between those who suffered. Before the fullness of Hia power afflictions of every kind vanished. He frequently used this power to ease tho body, to turn attention to the graver afflictions that were spiritual in their nature; but it was Christ Heals ths Man With tbs Palsy Text of Today's Bible Talk i , By Mr, Bryan ' (Luke t:17-20) .m;a. "Verilv verily. I say un to you, He that beUeveth on me, the works that I do shall ha do also; and greater work thanjhese shall he do; because I go unto my Fath er." In the 13th verse the promise is given even more specifically: "And whatsoever ye shall ask in my name, that will I do, that the Father may 'be glorified in) the Son." The promise is broad enough to cover not only spiritual gifts, but the healing of the body also. A Co-operative World And it came to pass on a certain day,- as he was teaching, that there were Pharisees and doctors of the law sitting by, which, were come out of every town of Galilee, and Judaea, and Jerusalem: and the power of the Lord was present to heal them. And, behold, men brought in a bed a man which was taken with a palsy: and they sought means to bring him in, and to lay him before him. And when they could not find by which way they might bring him in because of the multitude, they went upon the housetop, and let bun down through the tiling with his couch into the midst before Jesus. And when he saw their faith, ha aniil nnr.n him. Man. thv ins are forgiven thee. - Another practical thought in the And the scribes and the Pharisees began to reason, saying, Who is' ot th P"sie? m .m ..... , s . .... ,:not be overlooked viz., that the alone t But when Jesus perceived their thoughts, be answering said unto them, What reason ye in your hearts f Whether it is easier, to say, Thy sins be forgiven thee; or to say, Rise np and walk! But that ye may know that the Son of man hath power upon earth to forgive sins (he said unto the sick of the palsy), I say unto thee, Arise, and take up thy couch, and go into thy house.- And immediately he rose up before them, and took np that whereon he lay, and departed to his own house, glorifying God. And they were all amazed, and they glorified God, ani were filled with fear, saying, We have seen strange things today. harder for the people to under stand the forgiveness of sins than it was to comprehend the purging of the body of disease. Illustrating Christian Love For this reason the medical mis sionary is invaluable to those who carry the Gospel unto heathen lands His power to heal, even though due to his superior skill rather than to supernatural power, has brought many a sinner to Christ. The relief that is felt awakens gratitude and also suggests ques tions that lead directly to the source of sympathy. Why do these trained men leave their homes end bury themselves among distant people! How can they draw satisfaction from kind acts and helpful service! These are the questions that the physician's ministrations awaken and the answer discloses the love that lies back of Christian effort The medical missionary brings con verts, into the kingdom because he illustrates Christian love. So Christ's power to heal was noised abroad and brought so many to Him that He was urged to re main in Capernaum. But having restored to health all who had been brought within His reach He de parted, saying that He must preach the kingdom of God in other cities also. Christ's Promise to Simon Peter At one place, as ho stood by the lake of Gennesaret, the people so pressed upon Him to hear the word of God that He entered into one of Simon's ships and, with the boat aa His pulpit, spoke to the people on the shore. This was the beginning or a very important incident in the life of Simon Peter. Simon end his brother Andrew, together with Jamea and John, had been fishing all night and had caught nothing. At the conclusion nf His address to the people on the shore Christ advised Simon to launch out into tho deep and let down their neta. Whilo Simon seemed to think that there was little chance to find any thing after his ill luck, he let down the net and the draught of fishes was so great that the net brake. He was so overcome with mortifica tion that he should have doubted Christ's power that in an outburst of emotion he said to Jesus: Liepart irom me; for 1 am a sinful man, O Lord." But Jesus, knowing what kind of a man Simon Peter would be come, promised that henceforth he should catch men, and the' four "forsook all and followed Him." "Take Up Thy Bed, and Walk" Then followed the healing of the man full of leprosy, and Bhortfy after the famous cure of the man taken with a palsy. Those who were carrying him on a bed tried to gain admittance to the room in which Christ was speak ing. The room is described by Bible commentators as open at one end a sort of court such as was common in the houses of that day with a roof of tile. When they round it impossible to carry him through the crowd thoy went upon the house top, and, removing the tiles, let his couch down in front of Jesus. When Christ saw their faith He said unto the "man, "Thy sins are forgiven thee." This aroused the Pharisees who. although they might violate the spirit of the law, were very punc tilious aoout religious forms. They at once accused Christ of blas phemy. "Who can forgive sins," iney asKea, "but God alone!" Christ rebuked them, and, hav ing asserted .His power to foreive sins, said unto the sick man, "Arise, ana lane up thy couch, and go unto thine house." All were amazed at this miracle performed before their very eyes and they glorified God. Conferring the Power to Heal Can the power of healinsr be enn. f erred on others! ' It was conferred in the earlv days; the apostles exercised the power. It is as certain that the pow er to heal was given to then. a. it is that it was exercised by Christ. -an tno power to heal be confer red today! It has been conferred. There are many well authenticated cases of healing by prayer. Jn the 12th verse of the 1 4th chapter of Julia we have Christ's aiiTA at wntwm il(Ur BUI II1S irjwwvw v - into the Altar Serving Society win Uks place. The 10 a'eloek Is a kigk uaas. Everyone welcome to all ear-vices. Hew Incorporations. Capitallied at $200,000 the Western Sales Syndicate ot Ore gon, with headquarters in Port land, filed articles of incorpora tion with the state corporation de partment here Wednesday. The incorporators are M. D. East, Ros coe Casper and W. M. Ahel. Other corporation filing arti cles Wednesday were: The Southern Oregon Camp Site Protective association; Med- ford; $500; C. E. Gates, G. A Gardner and F. P. Farrell. Perry L. Abbott, Helen C. Ab bott and Ira F. Cobe of Portland have incoroprated the Motorcycle & Supply company, capitalized at 1100,000, articles being filed with the state corporation department here Monday. Permission to operate in Oregon was granted to John Wyeth & Brothers, Incorporated, a Penn sylvania corporation capitalized at $4,000,000. Cleve Preston of Portland is named as attorney In fact for Oregon. Resolutions of dissolution were filed by the Wheeler Manufactur ing company of Wheeler, Tilla mook county, and by the Blundell OOOO PIAH0 $89 Only $5 down, $S month We are closing out our entire present stock ot Pianos, Five piano for almost half price. (S down buys any piano. Come now, they are going fast. Se ad on page 3 HEW PHONOGRAPHS HALF PEICE Geo. C. Will closing- old nation ally advertised line of phono graphs at half price, f 1 down, $1 week up. See ad on page 3 palsied man was brought to Jesus by sympathetic friends. We do not live alone and we can do little ourselves, This is a co operative world and we are all de pendent upon each other. It is a hard hearted person who will not aid the suffering. Let a person becompany o portland knocked down, run over, or meet with any other accident, and every one within hearing will rush to the reseue of the person injured. Those who carried the sick man's bed may have been relatives or they may have been friends or they may have been strangera. The im pulse to help ia strong among al most all where the need is visible, as in the case of a bodily injury, disease, or infirmity. But there is a larger lesson to be gathered from this incident. Man's greatest need is spiritual. Comparatively few make demands upon us for such service as was ren dered by the palsied man's friends but all about us are those who need the Great Physician for the healing of their souls. " Pertinent Questions Are we as quick to note the suf fering that sin causes as we are to see the need of physical aid! Have we as great faith in Christ's power to cleanse the heart as the people of Galilee had in Hie power to cure ths body! Are we as willing to conduct to Christ sinners who need forgive ness as those in olden times were to carry the bed-ridden into the presence of the Saviour! Those whom Christ healed were quiek to tell of the change they had experienced; thus one cure led to many applications for relief. Does the news spread as rapidly when one is born again when the heart be gins to love the things it hated and to hate the things it loved! A physcian's practice is widened by the testimony of patients whom he restores to health; so Christ's fame must be spread abroad by those who, describing their exper ience, can say: "Whereas I was blind, now I see." Christ Still Heals SEAVEY-BELL Insurance Agency 412 Oregon Building William Bell Sheldon Sackett Grunert AUTO TOPS 256 State St. Our churches should be crowded with those who come to find the way of life; enquirers should be brought in multitudes by sympa thetic friends who have faith in the power of Christ, for that pow er is manifested as clearly now as it was nineteen hundred manifested in transformed lives Kind proven by the joy that comes witn sins forgiven. The same Christ who walked along the shores of Galilee makes Hjs presence felt in every part of the earth; He is drawing unto Himself an ever increasing niurti- kuue. ALBERS DAIRY FEED $34 per Ton It containes Cocoanut Oil Meal, Linseed Oil Meal, Soy Bean Meal, Molasses, Oat by Products and Wheat Millrun. Compare the contents of tihSs feed and price with Millrun or any otJher cheap feed at present prices and you will see it is by far the cheapest feed to use. It is the best cheap feed on the market. Hundreds of users of Albers Bros. Dairy Feed will attest to the value in comparison with straight grain or Millrun. Ask the man who is using it. You can save money on your winter feed by laying in a supply now, and this means profit to you. . Charles R. Archerd Implement Co. 210 State St. Salem, Oregon Copyright, 1922, by The Republic Syndicate lors will meet at 4 p. in. and the intermediates and seniors at 6:30. Vera McCune, president. Come and enjoy this service by the young people. Evening service of song and worship at 7:30 The subject for the sermon it "True Contentment," bas ed upon Pj. 2:12, Midweek ser vices on Thursday evening at 7:30 Thirty minutes for the devotional service and thirty minutes for the question box. You are cordially in vited to all our services. CRNTKAL TO NO R FX1 A T ION A L Corner 19th and Ferrv. Clavton Judy, minister. Kunday school and church, a combined service, at 10 a. m. Mrs. B. E. Edwards, sup erintendent. This is rallv day for oar srhool. Evsry pupil shoo Id be here a little ahead of time to help welcome the visitors and new pup ils. A splsadid program has been LKSIJE METHODIST EPISCO PAL South Commercial and Myers atreets. II. P, Pemberton. DS.stor. You are eordially invited to attend the fullowiue acrvieos in thia church. Sunday school at 8:4,") a. m. E. A. Ehoten, auperintendent. Well graded and efficiently tausht Classes for every age. You will find place for yourself and children. Epworth League meeting at 6:30 m. An inspiring hour for young people. Morning worship at 11 o' clock. Sermon subject: "The Spirit of Modern Religion." Evening meeting at 7:30. Subject: "The Open Gate to Christian Life." You will enjoy these meetings and the good fellowship in our midst. Come and find that which makes life finer aud more worth while. acting superintendent. attendance was 640. That should uot be the topmost' limit, but the starting point for the development of the year. Will you not help us to make it so? Come out tomor row morning, and then plan to ma,ke it a habit. Morning worship, 11 o' clock. Tomorrow is .being observed thoughout the Oregon conference as "Launching Sunday" for the great ''Willamette Porward Movement," which is the greatest Christian en terprise that Oregon Methodism has been called upon to sponsor. The pastor will preach on the subject "The Christian College and the Kingdom of God." It is not, the plan to take any public offering at this time, but to interpret the meaniuel of this movement in terms of the kingdom of God. There will be spe -V laugnc uy Alra. R. M. T. Hester is doing good work. This class ex "nua a cordial invitation to all young people above high school age. Classes throughout the Sunday school for children of all ages. 11 a. m. infant baptism will be admin. istered. Those desiring to .have their cnuaren baptised should call the minister beforehand, Phone 14S0-M. Sermon "The Strength of the Burden-Bearers," by tho pastor. An them "Resignation" will be render ed by the choir. 6:30 p. m. Christ ian Endeavor societies, including junior, intermediate advance inter mediate and senior. 7:30 p. m. The popular gospel service is growing in attendance and interest. The live opening song service is an enjovable feature for all, and the short "spicv gospel message is beine well ra cial music by the choir under theiCeive1' Bmen,bc?r this service closes SOUTH SALEM FRIENDS Corner S. Commercial and Wash, streets. Nathan Swabb, pastor. Phone 15i'6J. Sunday school at 10 a. m. Junior church 10:30 Morniag worship 11. Christiaa Endeavor at 6:30 p. in. Evening worship, T.-S0 Prayer meeting, Thursday evening at 7:30. Carl E. Miller, superin tendent of S, S. Eva Kightlingcr, president of C. E. direction of Prof. E. W.;Hobson. Epworth League social hour at 5:30 p. m. Class in evaugelism at the parsouage at 5 o'clock. jtevotional services of the Epworth leagues at o:.so. f.vening service, 7SJ0 o'clock. There will be a "Gospel Sing" at the opening srevice, and. j the pastor will preach on the subject, "The Refuge of Lies." The public i3 wel come. Church night ou Thuwdav evening,. 6-8:30. Attendance is growing. Largest crowd yet last promptly at 8:30. Bring the whole lamuy, COURT STREET CHRISTIAN' Corner X. ITTa. and Court atreets. Now for Rally Day. Everybody get ready for Rally Day next Lord's day The best way to reach our aim of 373 is to begin today. Can we count on you! Be there at 9:43 a. m, This is Oregon Missions Dav. A enecial address will be given by the pastor of "Oregon's Challenge "to Christian ism lecture by pastor. Come be one of us. You are always welcome to worship with this church. B. L. Putnam, pastor. CATHOLIC Rev. J. R. Buck, pastor. Masses at 8 and 10. Benedic tion follows last mass. At the 8 THANKFUL FOR A LITTLE CHILD Thursday night. Classes under Prof. js,cwrdship." Bring your offering Matt hews, Prof. Hammond. Paul for s,at missions. Intermediate C. Bukiey and Miss Hale are all ia tensely interesting and worth while. FIRST METHODIST EPISCO PAL Comer !at and -Church streets. Blaine S. Eirkpatrick, mia istsr. Class meeting, 9:13 a. an. Geo. P. Litchfield, leader. Suadav arrjr-d. Christina Endoavor jna- school, :3 a. aa. H. T. Shaaki FIRST PRESBYTERIAN 9:4S Sabbath school, Mr. H. E. Barrett, superintendent. The business mens time etaas with Mr. fiong a.. earner u growing la numbers and inuvest. Tht elass is two weeks ow and has a atmbsrship f abort thirty. "100 by Christmas" ia their Soal. A larg ealhuaiaatis women's Bible class is taught by Mrs. C. A Clark. The Taunt Msnles's Bible elaaa. kaowa as the "Tri-CV" sad K. 5:30 p. m. Youn senior endeavor 6:30. Evangelistic service 7:30. "The Diviae Plan of oaivanon is sermon topic. Doa't miss this straight from the should er New Testament message. The next two weeks are going to be busy weeks for ns. Final preparation for th big meeting must be done U that time. If yon can help let ns know. Tuesday 7:30 Dr. EdI.t will conduct thorns practie again If yoa si nf an,t want to heln wick Mr$.Mertz Tells How Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Helped Her Kutztown. Pa.-"I wish tnan who wants children would try ijyaia a. nnic ham'a Vegetable Compound. It has done so much for me. My baby is almost a year old now and is the pic tare of health. She walked at eleven months and is trying to use her little tongue. She can Sav Bom wnrHa real nice. I am sending you her pic- . cure, a suaii De manKTni aa mna v live that I found such a wnmUrnl peoples and i medicine for my troubles. " Mrs. Charles A. Mot-re, Kutatown, Pa. Many cases of childlessness are curable. Perhaps yours maybe. Why be discouraged nnta yon have sriven Lydia E. Pinkham's. Vegetable Corn pound a faithful trial t Spoken and written reeommenda toone from thousands of women who have fcbathiharfinesafrc9 lUuse have come to ns. Weonlytell yorr what they say and believe. We believe that Lydia E, Pink ham Vegetable Compound i to well daptedtothe conditions which might llllflll ' i iw- -I: singing bs sure and torn. Thurs- your trouble thai good ju S-Tall i Number Two A Mechanical Memory for the Million Details of Business It is recalled of Mark Twain that whenever he was booked for an after-dinner speech he used to remember the various points he wanted to make by peculiar, often grotesque arrangements of knives, forks, or-whatever else chanced to be handy. A "Y and E" filing system does the same thing. It uses the al phabet and numerals instead of knives and forks; but essentially it fishes up the next thing wanted and says: "Here it is!" It draws the pertinent fact into view, as a strong magnet snaps a bit of iron from a rub bish heap. Jh,e. Y n E" System is "the" instrument de singned for that purpose. It enables a Business, by re membering one thing, to remember a thousand. It routes thousands of facts into oblivion and then routes fKr gamIt is a method of remembering which w u cabinet as a mechanical help. The cab inet is not the system. It is part of it ru Th dLs1tinction vital. First we give you a sim- i Speedy' accurate system, specially de signed to give a comnlAtfl ' 2n- eiflS v,f- busin?" making every item 4 ffimifm j inen' wneta and supplies to ni tne system and carry it out. Can you find a letter in your own file? aav ar jm safe, m mm ''"7 p aa. rereoaal EvaaicJ-' v"'0 "J iu use.