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WHO MAY PRAY AND FOR WHAT?
Luke 11:1-13 Feb. 1.
"A'l.. nnd II sli'itt ' - 1 1 r n tnu; wlt, oifl ye
sAulf flm!.' nr. nnil it thall bt ukiwI
untn ioii." l.ukc 11 u.
'ESCI iimmIIv iinivi'd :ilono. On
SlUIII' (H'CllsiollN ill' SKTlt tin;
entire night In prnyer to C i 1 .
Ilnvv Inconsistent thnt WOttld
lii'i'ii If Up Himself were the Pn-
Wbo fur I time wild with men
mill nutwnnlly tpptfW ns "the Mnn
Christ .fi'stis": lint how consistent It
In with UN own declnriitlon: "My Fa
ther Is uri'.'iter Hum I"!
I nullities, the disciples noted the
Master's frequency in prnyer nnil the
TilfMslntix resulting therefrom. In lime
they rcitiestod Instruction. saying.
"Loril. teni'h iir to pray!" It In well
t h n t we Inquire
who mny prny nnl
for whnt. lent wc
iirny without au
thority or prny
nnils. tin St. Jnines
eleclures some ilo
Iniue 'I :t
There Is n differ
MCt between Wnr
nhlp mid pni.ver.
Any one mny offer
Inituiigc t the Lord
ir express iippreel
lltlon Hut the priv
ilege of iiiiikliu: if
Jtmit I twilly I'ruu
Uests Is limited. The .lews were
irh lleired to prny. liocniiso they were
in eoveiuiiit rehitloiiNhlp with Ood un
der the l.nw Coveiinnt. Hut the (Jen
tiles hud no MM privilege until the
.lewlsh fnvor li.nl enileil-three nnil a
tin If yenrs nfter Jesus' crucifixion.
While imy one mny worship, none
lire privileged to prny except Jesus' j
ronsecrnttsl followers nnd their Itiiiuii- '
ture children Kverywhere Jesus" I
words, "Our Knther." will be mlaln i
terpreted to signify "the fntherhoiMl I
if (3im1 nnd the hrottierhooil of mnn " '
The fnrt thnt consecrntisl disciples, not !
iniiiikltul In Kciiernl. wore Instructed to I
firny "Our Put her" will he Irnored
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SUPERB STATUARY FOR PANAMA-PACIFIC INTERNA
TIONAL EXPOSITION. SAN FRANCISCO. 1915.
TUN Illustration alioe BaMWf I of the colossal work of ariilp
ture to lie set In I lie vast curls ,,f the l'n nama I'm.IM.- lulein.i
liolinl i:.osili,in m Sun I run. Is... In 1018 ,e left nre fig-
or a iin.iin I mini ami an
group Villon, ot the Kiisi.'- M.i the Ar.h ,.( the Klslug Sun In the
Cowl Bl the Sun an. I Sluis, nel is "Suiishliii' ." .1 n.l at the right Is "Itum "
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"NATIONS OF THE EAST" AT THE PANAMA-PACIFIC IN
TERNATIONAL EXPOSITION. SAN FRANCISCO. 1915.
ills suerh group -
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I ol iiie
Jesue Usually Prayed Alona.
There Is n general tendency to Ignora
personal faith In the redeeming blood
the fnct flint no man cometh unto the
Father but by the Son. (John 14:fU
Adatfl was crenteil n son of Ood. hut
his disobedience nnd denth sentence
cniicelled the relationship, which enn
not he restored except In (tod's ap
pointed way through Christ. I'rnyer
Is n wonderful privilege. It Is not for
sinners, but for those Justified by the
Advocnte whom the Father has ap
pointedJesus. "Aftar This Manner Pray Ye."
The model prnyer which Jesus gnve
Ills disciples Is grandly simple. It
opens with a reverent acknowledgment
of the greatness nnd snrnslness of the
Henvenly Fnthcr's nnme. or character.
The petition. "Thy Kingdom come." is
nn acknowledgment of fnlth In (lod's
promise that event unUa- Ills Kingdom
will be established on enrth. and nn
expression of the suppliant's henrt
sympnthy with (Jod nnd righteousness
"Thy will be done on enrth. us it Is
done In Heaven." signifies full confi
dence thnt Siitnn will be bound; that
the reign of Sin nnd lienth will end;
that the knowledge of (Jod's glory will
fill tl nrth and that all wilful op
posers will be destroyed.
The reinet for dully brend Implies
our renlinlloii thnt our snstennnce.
both temporal nn.l spiritual, must come
from (5od. The failure to specify the
kind of food Implies full resignation to
I i . llie providence.
When the justilled pray, "Forgive us
our trespasses." they do not refer to
original sin; for they were freed
from It In Justification. Trespasses slg
nlfy those unliiteiitlonnl linierfeetion
which appertain to all and which Jesus'
followers strive to overcome. The re
quest that we shall hnve forgiveness
ns we nru forgiving townrds those who
trespass against us Is a reminder of
the general terms of our relationship
with (Jod. We ennnot grow In grace
except as we cultivate the spirit of
love a forgiving, generous spirit In
our ilea 1 1 nt with others.
"Abandon us not In temptation" In
'ilcnies flint we are awnre thnt we
n. ntrmit1th;il KxiHmttlon Co
Aral' Sheik win. li will be In the
i model "f I he "Nations .f the
Vi'' ' s.i, U.
I! I.-II t.'
2k vi MfmJKfim?
" -c AST J 1 1
surrounded by the powers of evil,
which we ss New ('rent ores cannot
withstand successfully without Divine
Bid. "Deliver us from the Kvll One"
Is a recognition that Sntnn Is our grent
Adversary; nnd thnt we are on the
nlert to resist him, yet realise our need
of Iilviue nsslstnnce. "We are not Ig
norant of his Satan's devices"; "We
wrestle not ngninst Mesh nnd blood
(merely, but ngninst wicked spirits In
"Seek, Knock, Ask and Receive."
In the concluding verses of todny's
Study. Jesus ndmonlshes thnt prnyer
be fervent not merely formal words.
lie gnve the Illustration of the mnn
who wns finally moved by the earnest
f-' ness of his friend's
petition. So we are
not to think that
our prayers nre un
we are not hasten
ing the Kingdom by
our prayers, yet we
nre entering a bless
ing of rest through
fnlth In God's prom
ises 7,ora. track Vi to Whnt God renlly
I'rnv" wishes to give Ills
people Is Ills Holy Spirit Rocsuse of
the Itnperfcetlons of the flesh none of
lis can he tilled with the Spirit lit first.
Hut we enn come to (Jod. desiring to
be in Ills character likeness; nnd to
our knocking the door will he opened.
Nor should we fear. Our Father de
lights to give His Spirit to those who
Japan to Patronlie Fair.
Toklo. The ministry of commerce
mmle offlclnl announcement that
Japan will participate In the I'anama
Wheat Club. 86c; bluestem, 96c;
red Russian, 84c.
Hay Timothy. $17; alfalfa, $14.
Hutter Creamery, 38c.
KggH Candled. 37c.
Wheat Hluestem, 94c; club, 86c;
red ItuKHlnu. 8:ic
Ila Timothy. I7 per ton; alfulAt.
14 i r (OB.
But! r I re.'itu. r . :tc.
Siiinlsv S. Iiiiol ll) A M
Fri'Heliliig .ser ice 11 AM
.liit i i li ague 1 r M
BpWOflb Lesgtle t ISO F M
HreHiliing S.tvlee T:i;( F M
TboMM Johns. FST()K.
- at i
( jNflreoatloial ( hurch Notice
Siindnx Si-r is,
iSiiinley Si'lionl ill ii m
I'u ne in n k' Sr vices 11am
C K Me.-tlllg 7 p 111
Preaching Services H p m
Miil.M'i'k Lectiiiis every VVeilneailav
evening H o'clork
I'hiiip Koenlg. Pattor.
i - a
Masnat HAM on 1st and Hrd Siin.lav
of each inonth. On all other Sundays
at in A M.
II. A. i 'mm o Rector
!. Kob't J. Davidson D D Pa
tor. Nervit'th at 1 1 :00 a m ami 7 :.'I0
pin Sublath school at 10:00 am
Kvery : tor.i..
s.ihl.ath School 0:S0
Hible Study 1 1 S0 a m
Young pec plea meeting 1 HO p m
Nollce of lien Sdle
Notice is in ii given that uml. r
and by virtue of a possessory lieu
held an. I claimed by me under the
authority id the laws of the State of
Oregon in MM casea made and pro
vide,!. IIDOfl the lemonnl propel ty
liiii'iii.ifUT MMI ibed. I will, ou Sat
urday, the 7tb day of February. 1014,
at the hour of one o'clock p in of
-ii j I ilav. .it my I iv. iv ntnlile in On
l.irio, Oregon. In nu as the Onturio
I.imiv i .in sell at public auction
to the highest au. I bent bi.l.lur for cash
III linn, I the fulliiMitig described per
ten il propei ty i u m y possession, town:
one certaiu jack kuowu iy tbe
no., of "llailey Junior" and being
iIckci lied as a black jack about seveu
or eight years old ami weiubing about
si Kl poinds and laving white points
and beiug about fourteen banda au.l
two niches high by jack measurement
The said sale is made In order to
Ml uu. ii just ami reasonable charges
for board tug ami keeping said jack at
m n sai.l livery stable from the 1-th
day of August, lt'Kl, until tbe present
lime, and nut il raid day of sale unless
en in i redeemed, at tbe reasonable
hi. I agreed rate of fifty cents per day
for each and every day of sai.l board
and keep; and which said animal was
iritt with me mi August 12. I01S. for
boaiil and keep by (i. K. Uulberfonl
at'il II M Hutln'iford. co partuersl
a l.'uth.i told Irot'.ers, who were then
and there the owners ami lawful --
oi i-si.l Hiiimsl; and m.ie tMe
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i laci i la bi i -l
at Outat . lj
DRS. PRINZIN6 k WEESE
Office in New Wilfon Block.
DR. D. C. BRETT
Office 2nd door east of Ontario Thar
macy on Nevada Avenue
Near R R Depot
J W McCulloch R W Eckhardt
Mcculloch, wood & eckhardt
Rooma 1-2-3 First Nafl Bank Bldg.
Hit 1 1 Mini i i Skahb
I)K. I'At'UNK SKAHS
(iradnates American School of Os
teopathy, Kirksville, Mo.
Telephone. I. VI Hlk.
H. H. WHITNEY
THYHICIAN and SUROEON
Office In I. O. 0. F. Bid-.,
Ontario. - . - Oregon
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Will Practice in all Courts
Notarv Public. Office over I'ostoHice
Transfer, Baggage and
Meet All Trains
TOOK INSI-Ki Hli OF MAI. HI I R
i.'oiit 1 1 deli, Ontario.
Hell BmWIli Villi'
C C. Morton, nid's l-'crry
Mi 0. White. 'eie- HrMlf,
J I Holly Riverview
Ah- leiiux .Ionian allay,
Joe BiiukolTcr, MeOermitt
J Bovdell. Nyssa
W II. McWilnaniM . Jimtiira
Win. Kllie, lUiper
J. H. BROWN
(itmlunte of Misnotiri Auction
Bohool, PhODC Of write for
I'ln. in- 201-nl Ontario, Ore.
Short distance from Ontario, IK)
MNf of the very best of land,
with first class water riht, 4
acres in Ine-h stat.- of cultivation.
Will take SO an acre for tract.
I'o-t trade. Ail.lre-s
Poslotlite Hox 94
The Most Uualifiod Judges
Pronounce Taylor & Williams
Straight Yellow Stone Whiskey the BEST
Vo SALE in quantities h n
One gallon up. and mat . ol r
i I hrandi bv
L B. TF1FR. W' I
QaV iijaV, i Tti
y rineTaV y m mjkkmr'' b.
CHANCE OF A MI K.TIM F.
a little cath. It is the man
who can take the immediate advantage.
START AN ACCOUNT TODAY.
If you already have an account add to it and be prepared for the business
opportunities that are often offered you.
The Ontario National Bank
n YOUR COMMUNITY B
rr .i tuperior man in you whrn you un each day wiili the uis of
brain-clearing, buoysnry infilling mnilcrn plumbing equipment.
The indicating msrk and ever prrient
srrompaninient ol civiliuition ii (he increased
regard for convenient bathing facilitiei.
You know that s "SumUrj" Modern
Hsthroom of our inttsllstion it proper eipiipment
for the man who vajuei himielf.
U. S. PLUMblINO
2 Piinr Kant
Ontario r urnllurr Co.
D. D. D. In Hospitals;
Standard Skin Cure
How many hospital putlents, suffer
Ina tho frluhtful li. li. iha raw oercb
Inir n.iln of skin ilisesso, have heen
soothed t sleep by a soothing fluid
washed in by tho nurse's huuds?
Thnt fluid Is Hi.- famous D. D. D.
prescription for vesetna.
tiz sunavisiNO htjkbe of one
of our prominent Catholic Inatltullnns
inatiiB of nut no and Institute on appll
Cation), writes reKurdlna: a pntluiit.
"The iIIni'iihu had eaten her eyebrows
away. H..r homo unit ltps ha. I lie.'.iiuo
dtHllmir.'.l Sin.'u the use of If I. I'
I .-r evi'l.r.iws u'.' criiwlim, hi r hoho
mid faro have assumed their naturul
How many ersemn sufferers ure pay
ins; their doctors for rek-ular treat
ii.. nl and nre belnu treuted with this
ame soothlns. henllna fluid?
DM. OMO. T. aiCKAXDIOW frankly
West 1)01. nil.
No. 17 Oregon Wash Ltil I'ffc m
No. T8 Huntington Pass 9.40 a in
No. 0 Fast Mail i':I5 p m
No 77 Hunting-tun Pass 8:11 p m
No. 5 Oregon Wash Kxpresa ii :."0 p ni
No. 18 Oregon Wash Ltd a ni
No. Tti linisi' passeugnr ItM a in
No. fl Past Mall 1 I ;61 a m
No. iH Ii.iim- i 'Usui n.'iT 854 i ni
No. 1U Oregon Wash Kiicss 4 :40 p in
M.il lii-iir Viillcy Hraui'li
'I'lu' 'ale tram leaves VhIb daily at
Ml E in in u. in Ontario Ht I h1.
iteliiruiug will leave, except Similar,
at in a ni. . arriving it ' ilc at lu in,
leaving for Hrogan at 0:60i sniv
ing there 11 :.")'.!, reluming will leave
Hrugsii at Lt:8ttUMriM at Vale 1 :!1U.
Leave Vale at ;98, arriving tit On
turio at 3:10, und return to 'ale
at i p. III. OnSillliluy the train will
come to Onturio in the uioruiug ami
return at 7 p. in., making the run to
lloiiii lull' ou ii. ui day instead of
The Juutiira train will leave Onta
rio Mouday. WeduemlaN hiiiI Saturday
tit I u. ni., returning ut tj p. ui..
reachiug .luntuttiut l:0B ami leav
ing ut 1 p in.
Leave Bundlet at Any
Hotel B ':
IS A DOLLAR SAVED
UNTIL YOU NEED IT
presents itself. All that ii needed ia
who has BANKED HIS SA VINOS
"SluitJrO" "AMui" Untiiir
wrltea "P. r. D. la euperlnr to anjr
tlniii I hnve ever found. Hurt and
soothlns. yet a powerful agent."
To do the work. I) I). i I'u .rip
tl'ni must be upplled according i.
dlrsctloaa given In the pumphlet
hi mi ml ery bottle. Follow these di
rections und see!
And It certainly takes away the Itch
at once the moment the liquid la ap
plied. The akin Is southed culmed
ao thoroughly refreshed delightfully
All druggists of standing havo the
famous specific as well as the eflVlent
1). 1). I). .-1.1 li Snap
nut we are so confident of the mee
ds of this prescription that we will
i. riii.il the purchase price of the first
full else bottle If It fulls to reach
your case. You alone are to Judge.
loidl Market Keport.
Corrected O. t. 16, for the benefit
ut Argus readers by the Malheur Mer
Kggs, per .1... a 35o.
!' ' i. per potiud, 'J5o.
Oats, per hundred. (1.50
Wheat, per hundred, ll.T.Y
Hay, per tun, 85.
rut.iti.--s. per hundred, 1.00
On inn-, per hundred , 12.00.
Apples, per box, 81.00. to 81. "t'
Chickens, diessed, per pmiud, 1 he.
Pork, dressed, 8l, to !'... o.
Pork, lire, 1.50 to 7
Veal, 0 to lOo.
UeeW lie to lit
A" . ho use it, like it most reliable.
ju ib!e roo.'ino we ell, and wc like
to el! it becaue it ih..m oed "
it ar.d for u.
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