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THE OREGON 8TATES.MAX: SUNDAY, AfCl'ST 8, 1020.
' . Court Street Christian.
5fTfnteenth and Court streets
jprrice tor Sunday, August 8 and
fk. Our Bible school is keeping
if exceptionally well throughout
the summer month la tact the at
tendance seems even better than It
was during the winter . which
means that we are growing. Watch
our ranks swell as soon as the vaca- state Bible school superintendent, I Senior and Junior B. Y. P. U. meet
tion season is over and everybody will be with us today and will no at 7. Theme: Community Reere
again nettles down to business. Come doubt haT something special for ns. lalion Problems." i Visitor are cor-
now ana neip us get ready for the Bible school at 10 a. m. Our pastor, dially welcomed at all serTices.
greatest fall and winter our Bible R. L. Putnam and his family are en- ,
school has ever known. Miss VlTlan Joying a three weeks vacation ia fin United Brethren.
Young, our intermediate superin- California, grantee them by the Y park . rjiDie school at 10 a
tendent has returnee rrom the O. A. church that they may regain lost m preachin', at 11 a nv Y P s!
C. where she took a summer course strength due to their past year's c"e at 7 p m preaching at 8
"aa "ur "P ne wora strenuous ia.oor ana to at tne Midweek prayer meeting every Wed-
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lime lay up new aupptj buh.v.,. nesday evening at 8 o clock.
to carry them through the coming
year with Its great possibilities. We seventh lHty Adventiat.
nexTld'. day! 'wrfefo-rtunaie V" SlST.llt
indeed In securing Sister Clara O. TIxnij at o clock Evange-
Essen for today, services. She will A R. Bell. P"tor; Subject
be with us both morning and evening 'Bbylon Is --h T of
morning service, at 11 o'clock; Babylon and J""; A
evening service at 8 o'clock. Junior starting array of Inking
w.r .t ii . m nMi Brown, People. A cordial Invitation is ex-
ntwarintanilAnf Intermediate C. E. I tended tO all.
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1 Ton Ford, .body, new tires....... .,.$550
1 Ton Maxwell, body, new tires.-... $800
1 Ton Republic, body, good tires; $1000
1919 Maxwell Panel Delivery with electric
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279 North Commercial Street
la her department. We have learned .service the -paster-will take as his ? h cachet a Mr at 11 n. m. ftb
to expect great things from Miss theme "Has Cod Favorites?" Hlshect Bible le?son. oy.i.." Sunday
Young and are glad to welcome herl evening tople will be, "Ia Spiritual-1 school at 3:45 a. m. Wednesday
home. Sister Clara O. Essen, our I ism Prom God or the Devil?" Doth : evening testimonial meet in r at s
o'clock. Reading room. 209 Mason
ic temple, open every day except Sun
day and holidays, from 11: 4S to 5
p. m. AH are cordially Invited to
cur services and to our reading
Church of Cod.
1346 North Church street. J. J.
Gillespie, pastor. The camp meeting
at Wood burn was a grand success
for God. and a number were con
verted 'and also sanctified, while
ethers received healing for their
body In answer to rrayer; It were
baptised by immersion, and about
230 took part In the ordinances of
the New Testament. The regular
services will continue as follows:
Sunday school at 10 a. m.; preach
ing. 11. Subject: "The Moral Fall
ot Babylon and Her Pinal Doom.1
at 5:30 p. m.; Christian Endeavorers
will please meet at the enurcn at
o'clock sharp. It is very important
that we all be -present as we will
have our state president with us and
she has a message to deliver. We
will go in a body from the church to
the union Christian Endeavor meet
ing at Willamette U campus. Loyal
Sons and Daughters will hold their
Joint business meetings and social at
the Simnaon home. 1543 Court!
street. Tuesday evening. August 10
at 8 o'clock. Prayer meeting in the
church room Thursday evening at 8
o'clock. Come and bring your neigh
bor to all our services.
First Church of Chrint, Scientist.
Sunday service la held at 440 Kev. 18. Younr People's meeting
at 7 p. m. Preaching at 8. Prayer
meeting Wednesday evening at 8.
We Invite any and all who can to
attend those meetings.
Chemeketa and Church streets.
Services for the tenth Sunday after
Trinity. 7:0 3a. m.. holy commun
ion; 9:4 5 a. m.. vacation session of
the church school; 11. morning
prayer and sermon. No evening
service. Everybody welcome. Cha.
H. Powell, rector.
(kxxl Hamarltaa M but Ion.
Services discontinued until evan
gelistic meetings close at the black
So Eeasy to Drop Cigarette,
Cigar ox Chewing Habit
BUY OREGON-MADE GOODS.
. PORTLAND, Ore.. Jnly 21. Pur
chasing agents from all parts of the
northwest are making reservations
here to stock P with Oregon-made
goods during Buyers' Week, August
9 to 14. . -
No-To-Bae - baa helped thousands
to break the costly, Bervf-ahattsrlag
tobacco habit. Whenever yon have
a longing tor a smoke or chew. Just
place a harmless No-To-Bae Ublet
In your mouth Instead. All desire
stops. Shortly the habit Is com
pletely broken, and yon arc better
off mentally, physically, financially.
It's so easy, so simple. Get a box
of No-ToBae and if it doesn't release
yon from all craTi&x for tobacco. In
any form, your druggist will refund
your money without Question. No-To-Bac
is mads by the owners of
Cascarets; therefor. Is thoroughly
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cabinet wIIs so that a
vibrates as tones pass,
through it. the Cheney)
VioLn Resonator adds rich ;
quality to Cheney Tones, '
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Further, it imparts to The
Cheney that rare quality
of the vwlin: Thx Lonccs 1
You Piat It.Tms Sytma I
'For'Ciiltixre in the Hoxft
,lFain.iIiarttT with the musical maacerpteces oT
cbe world u efcntui to true culture. , 4
To be. famfliar-with these- masterpiece as
reproduced by The Cheney is to know them
intimately. ";. For Cheney reproductwrii are 1
marked by a fidelity to the original which wi
1 the rtch quahty imparted by the artist aret
, Swedish Tabernacle.
Fifteenth and Mill streets. Serv
ice will be held at, 11 a. m. District
Superintendent ev. A. E. Lind will
oreach. Members will be receiver!
and the Lord's Supper will be ad
ministered. The Sabbath school is
held after the service.
First Methodtot EpJcPl
Church and State streets. Uv. It.
N. Avison, D. D., pastor. 9:15. old
time class meeting, room 4 dnn-
statrs. W. L. Cummings. leader.
9:45 Sunday . school. Alpheus uu-
lette. sunerintendent. 11 , o'e'ocx.
sermon; the fate or those wno are
ahead, or those who are behind, in!
the moral recession. 3 p. m.. aer-
vlces at the Old People's home with a
delegation from the Jason Lee church
In charge. 7 p. m Senior Epworta
leaeue in the Sunday school room.
Intermediate league in Epwortn ntu.
Florence Young, leader. 8 p. m..
evening service in charge of tha In
termediate league. At the Epwortn
leaeue institute lust held at cfr-
son there were classes tn Morning
Watch. Bible Study, Foreign Mission
Life Service. Citizenship. Social Ser
vice and League Methods. Then m
the way of recreation there were
sports, pranks, atunts and bon fires.
Imnressions and lessons learnna wii
be told by some of the intermediates
who were DTesent. followed by a
brief address br the pastor on "The
Institute and the Church. 12:15 a
brief session of the quarterly confer
ence at the close of the morning ser
vice to appoint a ludge of election
and two tellers to arrange for the
appointment of a delegate and alter
nate lor tne Lay tieciorai cooiercnro
to be held at McMlnnvllle September
29. Thursday. 8 n. m., midweek
prayer and praise service.
Leslie Methodist Episcopal
Corner South Commercial ard My-1
1 era street. Horace N. Aldrich. pastor.
9:45 a. m Sunday school. E..A. Kno
ten. superintendent. 11 a. m.. pub
lic worship, with sermon by the pas-1
tor. 8 p. m.. worship with messages
from Tounr neoole who attended the
Epworth League institute, special
'It is the rtuk of enrsrely origiiul acoustic
. etttiom, evolved and perfected n The Cheney,
, and found in that matrument alone. -
CHENEY TALKING MACHINE COHfANY
340 Court Street
C . S. HAMILTON
Jawa Lee Memorial
North Winter and Jefferson streets
Rev. Thomas Acheson. pastor. Sun
day school at 9:45 a. m. Preaching
h-r Albert S. Mnlllcan at 11 a. m. I
and 8 p. m. Subjects: 'Money Mak
er Maklnr" and "Burden Bearings
Class meeting at 12:10 p. m. Junior
league at 2:30. 'Epworth league at
7 d. m. Tuesday, beginning at 7:30
p. m. the business meetings of the
church will be held. These Include
the official . board. Sunday school
SALEM (board and Epworth league. There
will also be a brier session 01 me
nnarierlv conference. Prayer and
nralse service Wednesday at 7:30 P-
m. Yon are cordiallv Invited to
of it in
and save it
Just take a certain sum, ever so small, and put it in the
bank each pay day, and soon youH be surprised to see the
size of ycTir balance 1
' That will stimulate your interest in saving, and soon
you will have your first thousand dollars and the only hard
thousand to accumulate. More thousands to your credit
will follow easily '
Try it. Begin now.
Put Your Money in Our Bank
You Will Receive 3 Per Cent Interest
n - ' s 1 i - j
Snlgarin Rarilr rf
9 vtuvm avuAiaa wa
j SALEM, OREGON
Bible school at 9:45 a. ra.. Clifton
Ross, superintendent. Our school Is
Increasing In attendance and Interest
we have classes suited to tu ages
and vou are cordially invited. Morn
ing worship , and preaehing at 11
o'clock: subject. "Justification;'
fourth in the series on " What the
Bible Teaches About Man." Chil
dren's meeting at 5 P. m. The eve
ning services will begin at 7:30 and
the entire evening will be given to
the young people who will give a full
report ot the Christian endeavor
conference which was held at New
port. This will be an interesting ser
vice and we extend a cordial invita
tion to all. Prayer meeting on
Thursday at 8 p. m. Don't forget the
camp meeting at the fair grounds
August 19 to 29. Apply tor your
tent earlv and camp with us. I. G.I
Lee and wife, pastors.
i PrebTterian Church.
No regular church services. Spe
cial vacation program of the Sunday
school at 9:45, in charge 01 1. K.
McCroskev. secretary of the baletn
Commercial club. Mr. McCroskey
II linstruct and entertain by
"chalk talks." Special music will be
provided. Cordial invitation to. be
present is extended to all.
fftm a a n j4 tit aril T .41 a Tift
C u ici auu saigas w vw-
V. Porter, pastor. Bible school at
9:45; morning worship at 11; Union
C, E. on Willamette U campus at
5: SO p. m. Evening worship at 8
. Kt Angelical Lutheran.
East State and Eighteenth streets.
George Koehler. pastor. Holy com
munion at 10 a. tn. Preaching ser
vice at 10:30 a. m. There will be
no evening service.
'William 'T. MJlliken. D.D., pas
tor. Bible school at 9:45. with
Hasses for all ages. Prof. Hewitt.
4 3est in the Long "Run
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