The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, August 12, 1923, Page 14, Image 14

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SUNDAY MQUNING; AUGUST 12, 19$3
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COSGBSOATXOHAX.
Central Ferry and 19th street. Harry
W. Johnson, factor. (Sunday school 9:4.
No mornincverriee. Evening vorship at
8. .Mr." lieadlea. a student oC Kimball
Setioal of Theology, will preach. Subject.
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CHSISTZAK
Court Street Corner 17th and Court
atreeta. ' R. U. Putnam, 'minister. ' This
is the hie Home Com ins; Day. 9:30 a. tn
il nitrated lerture, "The Candle Drill."
ky Director Geo. 1U SniTely of Lewis
town. 1111 noia 10:30 a. m.. two aerrices:
Overflow meeting- for children at Central
Congregational ebureh. Special program
for ekildren of readings, songs, music,
iiiustritted talis," lecture by Superintend
ent Gilbert of Boys Training school.
Several of the boys will take part. . The
other- meeting- for adults. Director Geo.
I... finitely in charge. Dnet. Messrs.
Epler and Wolf. Address: "The Church
As Related to America's Schools. Homes
sad State. - All attending; the -morning
service will be our guests at noon lunch
eon. Memorial service 2 :30. ; Commas Ion
service and memorial . speeches in honor
of deceased Bible school and church mem
bers. Addre : "The Old Days, the Old
Wave, the OH Friends.'" fcy John-T.
p'm b p. an. avangeusue
aerrices -Special music, t Sermon : , 'Im
, mortalitr, Geo. L. Snively. All come.
t '. EPISCOPAL
St. Paul's Church Beveread H. D.
Chambers, rector. , Eleventh Sunday after
Trinity. Morning prayer at 11 a. m. A
sermon by the Reverend a Baring Gould,
' MJL will 'be read by the reader.
FRIENDS '!
Sonth Salem Friend Carl F. Min
taio G. Miller, pastors. Sunday school 10
.a. m,i Worship II a. at. Theme; "Crip-
pled in Both Feet." Special raaaie bf
male quartette. Christian Endeavor 7
p. m. Preaching 8 p. m. : theme: "Jesus
Ts Coming (Again. ' , . Prayer meeting,
HiehUnd. Triends -HUfllsea Are. and
K. Church St. I. G. and Ida J. Lee,
. ministers. Bible school at 10 a. m. All
Welcome Morning worship t 1 1. ' Chris
tian Endeavor at 7 P. St. Evangelistic
preaihini; at 8 p. to. Young people's
' braver meet in 7 and Ribla atnd nm Mnn-
1 dayat t p. m. Prayer meeting on Thnrs
day at p. m." 'The public is cordially
invited. - tV
'' XUTMEHAir
Christ Church State and Eighteenth
etreets. O. Koehler, pastor. Sunday
school i a English at 9:45 a. n, Preach
' ing service in German at 10:30 a. m.
Young. people's meeting at S:80 p. m.;
tonic 'ThristlanitT anl Pmrl" Kn
evening serviee. hearty welcome, j .
English Lutheran English Latheran
services Sunday afternoon at the Bethanv
Reformed ehurchi corner of Capitol and
. Marian, streets, st 8 o'clock. Hvi 8. J.
Lindeeth and Rev. Geo. Henrikscn of Sil-
verton,(Oro., will carry on the work. Rev.
. 8. 9. lindsetn filling the pulpit tliia com
ing Sunday, Aug. 12. Yea are moat cor
dially invited to attend. v
- KETBODIST ,
Scandinavian M. E. church 15th and
- Mill Sta. David C. Hassell. pastor. Sun
day morning service 11 o'clock. Sunday
,; ecnooi .cpwortn l-eagne 7:80, and
i evening aervice 8 o'clock. Prayer meet
ing Thursday evening 8 o'clock. -Come
and enjoy these meetings with na.
Leslie Methodist Corner - S. Commer-
Sonday school 9:4S. Preaching set vice
11 o'clock: Dr. E. E. Gilbert, dutrict
superintendent, will preach. Evening ser
vice 8 o'clock; Rev. A, 8. Mulligan will
preach. . ,
Jason Lee : Memorial M. E. Corner'
North Winter and Jefferson Sta. Take
the North Commercial street car. Thomas
Acheson, pastor.' Earl Officer ia charge
of the junior church. Church school at
9:45 a. m. ?Pblie worship at 11 a'elock
with Junior and senior churches meeting
together in the auditorium. The pastor
will preach.- In the evening at 6:30 there
will be a testimony and praise serviee
which will last for half an hour. At 7
p. m. publie service lead by the pastor,
Pirst Methodist Episcopal Corner of
State aad Church streets. Blaine E. Kirk
pa trick, minister. 9:15 class meeting.
9:45 Sunday school. 11 sermon by Rev.
J. M. Waltera. pastor of the First Metho
dist church of Eugene. 1 No evening ser
viee or Epworth League.'' A onion aervice
in . Wilson Park at 4 p. m. - Thursday 8
o'clock the mid-week service of prayer
and praise. ;
PRXSBTTERIAN
First "Presbyterian Ward Willis Ioag.
minister. 9:45 a. aa Sunday achool.-11
sermon by the Rev. E. W. Warrington,
YMCA eecretary at OAC, Corvallia. 4
p. '. m. nnioa gospel services at Willson
park under the auspices of the YMOA.
Mr. Warrington Will be the tpeafcer. 7
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Now is the time to buy
la used
Bicycle
,We still have a few fine
rebuilt wheels from
$15.00
$22J0
Gome in and look them
over
Harry W. Scott
The Cycle Man
147 SoCom'! St
PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY
;FOELSAVER
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BEE5GER
PIPE 411" PIPELESS
FURWACE
At Factory Prices
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T.Iade in Salera
F.H.BERGER
Uzzzi adorer
603 N. Liberty Street
Phone 1048-M
PEPaFECT COUTROL
Quality
IN PRINTING will (reflect your
personality in yourBusiness.
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Correct office forms and busi
ness stationery increases effic
iency, accuracy, economy and
pleasure in your Business.
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Our commercial idepartment is
equipped to give you immediate
and satisfactory service at prices
that are right. , j!
Suggestions and estimates given
at,your request.
The Oregon Siateninan
Commercial Printing Department
p. m. ChrieUan KMstror soctsties. a p.
. evening service, - r uospet aaaress oy
Mr. Warrington. 8 pm. Thursday church
prayer hoar.
.BEFOXMSD CHURCH
Bethany Reformed church Corner
of
Capitol and Marion streets. Sunday school
10 a. in. and J&ngusa preaenmg aervn-o
11 a. m. No evening aervice. M. Denny,
pastor.
UNITED BRETHREN
First United Brethren Corner of llfh
..j Miinn streets. Sunday school 10
o'clock. Preaching 1 1 Vcloek, nubject : ! 'In
"The Cneontainable Blessing." -Evening ect:
service: - preaching: at 8. aobjoct. "To
Every Mas His Work.' Yon aro invited.
AU ara waleome. C W.iTibbat, pastor.
Cattle Chapel George Ctapman, pag.
tar. -Corner of 17th St.' and ' Nebraska
Ave. Sunday school aft a. m. f Preaching
1 1 a. at. and 8 p. m. Christian Endeavor
V 5k. aw Jasier Endeavor T p.-m.. 'Prayer
meetiug Thuraday evening -8 p in. Yoa
are invited to all these services.
MISCELLANEOUS
.Salvation Army services: Holiness
meeting 11 a. m. Company meeting (Sun
day school) 2 p. ra. YPL. 6.15 Salvation
rally 8 p. m. Sermon subject "Misplaced
Love." ' A cordial invitation ia extended
to all to come. Captain and Mrs. A. M.
Holbrook officers in charge. -i
Church ' of the Nasarene Nineteenth
and Marion Sta. C. Howard Davia. pas
tor. Sunday services: -Preaching at 11
o'clock and 8 o'clock. Sunday school
9:45. Young people's meeting 7 o'elok.
Cordial invitation to. strangers.
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Glad Tidings Mission 343 Court St.
C. S. Johnson pastor. Sunday school at
2 p. in. Preaching at 3 p. m., subject:
"Incense." Preaching at 8 p. m., aub-
Tho Good Way." Services
Wednesday and Saturday evanings. Yomng
people's i snooting on Thursday -evening.
Miasion open every day. Midday prayer
service 11 a. at. to 1 p. m. Everybody
welcome '
- iChristisn and Mission a ry ' Alliance Tab
ernaelo rPerry St. berareen Church and
Cottage. , Saturday evening young peo
ple ' service 8 o'clock. Sunday scrvieea:
Bible achoot 3 o'clock, preaching service
3 o'clock.' evening evangelistic service
7:45. Tuesday evening 7:45 prayer and
praise.' Friday evening 7:43. All ara
invited. : Rev. H. E. Caswell and Mrs.
Caswell pastors, 425 N. Winter. Phono
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; Smif t That ' fellow Bjones Is
certainly an odd dock.
Pegrew What's he been doing
now?
Smlf fOh, when he's drlTlnr
his anto he's Just as polite and
considerate to , pedestrians as - he
would be If he was on foot, r,'
;PerewWelf f he must be ; a
qoeer old craaki - . - . ;
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- CHURCH HOTICES
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' Te monthly business meeting of
the Jason Memorial Methodist
Episcopal church will be held to
morrow evening. All church of
ficials of all departments will at
tend. -
Dr. E. E. lOlbert, district sup
erintendent, will attend a meeting
of the church members Wednes
day evening,
The woman's missionary socie
ty of the Highland Friends church
will meet Wednesday, , u day,
across the street from 'the church.
. The - Aid society oft the Castle
chapel United BretheTan , church
will meet Wednesday: afternoon,
Big Demand, for Silver
May Result in Shortage
N. YORK, Aug.: 11. The use
of silver in' the motion picture In
dustry and amateur photography
and the great demand "for silver
jewelry are - responsible for ft
growing demand of such huge T?ro-;
portions that Robert Unton pres
ident of the 'North i Butte Mining
company, ' predicts ' shortage of
the metal in the future:
In a statement on' the subject
Mr. Linton declares that 5,000,
0 00 1 ounces bf rsllvert are used in
photography ? each yearvi : This is
the largest single factor in the in
creased demand - in ' the United
States.
.The Orientals ; take, great quan
tities of ' silver for adornments.
the . white metal helg U
tnem ' ior fawa j"""'
acts as ' crafty trader ia
buying ,np Immense suppi:
on alow market and.holdl:
nntll. the price 'soars aga:
Linton says.
In the face of this merer,
mand comes the Intelligen
the world's production ia t
ing. u The rich silver mL v
nearly exhausted and no tlz-k
have been struck. , Sliver iz
Mr. Linton declares, chiefly
product of copper- and le: :
ing.V and the, larger copp; .
lead mines are producing 1
rer. J ' . . '
VHave:you ever stopped to i
that this would be a mlghtr
old world i If all " the bunk
eliminated?.
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Agiam "Western Auto," because of its temendous buying
power, is able to give, you an even greater saving onritsiires
by announcing a reduction of prices. : ;
Motorists all over the West who know and appreciate the
quality of these tires will be quick to realize the-advantages
of anticipating their tire needs arid make their purchases
NOW. , -
Lower production costs and a large, timely contraet makes
possible this enormous saving which we, gladly pass on , to
you. (This year we have distributed through our 70 stori3
about 100 carloads of tires.)
REMEMBER, the quality bf these tires is the same ; the mileage is to
same ; the service is the same. We are simply cnyirig 'Out our . policy
of "More for Your Money." Take advantage of the New Low Prices
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