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About Christian herald. (Portland ;) 1882-18?? | View Entire Issue (Jan. 5, 1883)
CHRISTI AX UEUAWi
President, R. G. Callison ; Vice
Mulkey <>n the 2nd and 4th Lords
design of an enemj’ is to injure;
Lane County Co-operation.
President, S. Baughman ; Secretary,
day in each month. The congre
but a pretended friend is as a ser-
The Lane County Annual Co
W. Parks; Assistant Secretary,
gation proposes giving the sum of
‘pent in the grass. But to obtain
operation of the Church of Christ
$22 for the support of a County J. M. Shelley; Treasurer, Caleb
true friends we have a part to act.
convened in Junction City at 11
Evangelist. The prosperity of the Davis.
w e must show ourselves friendly
o'clock a . m . Nov. 24, 1882.
aewngregntian iw reawinal »¡y-gwrii == ..... Gumption. the,„chair appointed a
~tfagw w ilb whvm wF ffWTOtF
Meeting was called to order' by
Junction City—No. of members, committee of three, consisting of
We must enter into their work, the
Bro. R. G. Callison, chairman, and,
10. Only partially organized. Day Bros. J. A. IJushneUrl. N. Mulkey
spirit of their work and take part
after singing and reading, prayer
of meeting, 4th Lord’s day in each and J. E. Roberts, Ur draft a con
with them. IIow many of us have was offered by Bro. Roberts.
month. Good union Sunday-school stitution and by-laws, for the
been bereft of friends and relations
Report of the delegates from the
by death. Then how alleviating various congregations was called every Sunday.
Springfield—No. of member?, at county, to l»e reported Monday,
the sympathies of a friend in our
sorrows, whenthey come to us
Tasl report, 34; received since, by
On motion, the
commendation, 4 ; present member
with words of consolation pouring
Eugene City—Bro. R. G. Callison
ship, 3S. Amount in treasury for agreed to employ an Evangelist.
in oil and wine into the wounded
and Sisters Churchill and Powell.
Evangelist, $6.75. Preaching by It was then I mdved that Bro.
Pleasant Hill—Bros. S. Baugh
Jira-i. John Mulkey. I. 2L Mulkey Wright be solicited to act as such
—, Our jnyA,,extended will uuwwasw.
man and 1. N. Mulkey.
and R. G. Callison. Union Sunday- Evangelist for the ensuing year.
Our griefs divided are hushed in
Trent—Bros. Caleb Davis and
A pledge was then taken from
school each Lori’s day. V\re are
Sorrow! How- much is J. W. Parks.
each congregation as to the amount y
trying to'meet every Lord’s day.
contained in that one word i Its
Springfield—Bro. J. C. McPher
Drain, (Douglas county)—No. of each would give for the support of
very utterance fills the heart with
members about 20. Preaching, in an Evangelist, resulting -as fol
sadness. Not only our own sorrow
The following brethren were,
cidentally, by Bros Todd and I. N- lows :
causes us to be unhappy, but the
upon motion, requested to act as
Liberty....................... . ......... $ 40 00
Will give $3.33 per
afflictions of others, of those around
delegates for their respective con
Junction...’.... .. ............
quarter for County Cooperation.
us who are near to us by ties of
gregations, to-wit: I. W. Bond,
Mohawk (J. F. Mulkey)... 20 00
Mohawk—No. of members, at
friendship excite our sympathy
Clear Lake ; J. B. Ferguson, Liber
Oak Hill (Z Crabtree)
last report, 22 ; moved away since,
and cause us to be sorrowful when
ty; Z. Crabtree, Oak Hill; J. F.
4).;—prakcnX-. membership^-.. IX ..No
..... wa.. would.. aot—otherwise—be»- -Al—
........ 200 00
regular preaching. Meet once per - Thiaaaat Hill
--------- though there-, is so much-sorrow in .
TTclbfor thc few brethren of' Junc-
the world if we would think all is
tion City, inasmuch as there is no
Total. . ^. ... .$60^ 00
Oak Hill—No. of members, 40.
for the Best, many hearts would be
organization at that place.
The chair appointed an executive
Meet once per month as an organ
lighter. Bringing our sorrows to
A petition was presented by Bro.
as follows: Bros. J. A.
Preaching by Bro.
the foot of the cross, for there
I. N. Mulkey, from the ciders of
alone can peace be found. For if
Philip Mulkey. Contribution, per Bushnell, Wm. Churchill and A. IL.
the congregation at Drain, Douglas
annum, by Z. Crabtree. No Sun Powell.
we were always surrounded by
The committee on arrangements
pleasure and friends, I fear we
Lane County Coop-ration. which,
No. of metnliers, announced the order for preach- .j
would forget God the giver of all
upon motion, after appropriate in
May 2nd, 73; r< *ce i ve< 1 ¿Lince, I>v ing: Saturday, at 7 P. M., Bro. I. N.
good. I tell you my sisters it is
quiries, was agreed to.
immersion, 2 ; By commendation, Mulkey. Lord’s day, at 11 A. m .
a sad thing to hear or see a person
On motion, the chairman ap
trusting entirely in themselves and
14; dismissed, by commendation, and 7 p . M, Bro. J. E. Roberts.
pointed the following committee on
■On motion, after benediction by
4; withdrawn from, 1 ; present
ignoring a higher power, as I saw
order of business: Bros. Davis,
membership, 84. Lord’s day con Bro. I. N. Mulkey, the Cooperation
and heard a young person doing
Bond and Bushnell. I
tributions, $66.50. Paid for preach stood adjourned until Monday,
not long since. I trust I may al
The different congregations then
ing, $40.60. Paid for incidental Nov. 27th, at 8 o’clock A. m .
ways have—a -submissive spirit so
reported as follows:
MONDAY, NOV. 2~TH.
expenses, $25 90. We have built a
when <lisapp<iintinentir~cotHe T-_au»L
enemies misjudge my actions or
Cooperation met at 8 A. M., Bro.
•7 to our church house, 'CT
the year : by primary obedience, 2 ;
slanderous things are said of me,
about $200, most of which has been Callison in the chair. Prayer by
by letter, 2 ; removals, 17 ; present
that it all will be for the best, or
raised by donations. The congrc- Bro. Parks.
membership, 55. The" church is Tn
God would not suffer it to be so.
i gation is enjoying a good degree of
Minutes of Nov. 25th called for,
good condition. Bros; Roberts and
Let us ask God to help us and he
: prosperity, and peace reigns within read, awl, with slight corrections,
R. L. Shelley preach for us, each
will. But do not let us sit down
' her borders. Preaching each Lord’s stood approved. The corrections
once a month. Amount paid for
and expect Him to bring joy .and
day at 11 A. M. and in the evening, are as follows: Bro. J. C. Cainp-
preaching during the year, about
gladness to our hearts, in this work
mostly by Bro. G. M. Whitney. liell was admitted as delegate from
no more than anything
Pleasant Hill—No. of memLer- Sunday-school' each Lori’s day;—— Junction fflty, and Coast Fork aiid
Bro. L. (>. Beckwith, the former Cottage Grove congregations should
helps those that help themselves. ship June 18, 1882, 102; disniisse< 1
Let Us be witting to be UndefTSf3" by letter, 5 ; present membership, TreiFdlWT oTttiF* tV>op7T
have been noted as not being re-
ders to Christ, willing to persevere 97.
presented in this Cooperation.
Church expenses: Foreign
under difficulties, willing to begin
Bro. J. A. Bushnell, chairman of
anew in His service from this’Very missions, $17; State Evangelist,
the Committee on Constitution and
$17 ; Church at Washington, $5.50 :
hour, if needs be.
I Miscellaneous, $3.60;
I* By-laws, asked time, until the next
Your Sister in Christ,
A. M. B edwell .
Meeting every. Lord’s day.
No ney on a deficiency due him for meeting of the County Cooperation,
"■ - 1 ........ ■_
Evangelist work previously per to make their report, which was
Since I have known God in a regular preaching.
Liberty—No. of members about formed.
saving manner, painting, poetry
On motion, adjourned to 2 P. M.
“ The Interest of the Sunday-
and music have had charms un 20. Meet once per month. Preach
known to me before. I have re- ing by Bro. E. Mays.
school ” being next in order, Bro.
. .. ^iv e d wWI
' Jr^nt^-Noramnembera.. abbwf ’ - "RnpOTt -trf commtttc’cron “ordCT :bf t"N.
tp . her inn has
them; • tor
business read and'adapted.
ject, followed by Sister ’ Powell,
mind, and made it susceptible-bf
impressions tor the sublime and ' breaking of bread and social'Tvor-
1 he election of officers now being Brps. Callison, J. F. Mulkey, Me-
beautiful.— Henry Mwriijn,
| ship, except preaching by Bro, I, N. i in order resulted as follows
,, Pherson, Baughman, Bushnell and