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About Christian herald. (Portland ;) 1882-18?? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 5, 1883)
DEVOTED TO THE RESTORATION OF APOSTOLIC CHRISTIANITY
MONMOUTH, OREGON^ FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1883.
- H e rald .
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cause on the Pacific slope. I very
the work in Scio is prospering.
InucR “desire a copy ot the ¿ hris - ~
Brethren, send on those reports tian H erald for examination. I 111., says “ howdy ” to Bro. and
Editor and Publisher, Monmouth, Or.
of your meetings, and also ypur ar immersed two young ladies at this Sister Durham this week. They
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ticles, for we now hâve room for place last Wednesday evening after will no doubt be glad to hear from
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Prices will be given on application.
fession the same hour of the night,
from San Jose, Cal., a P. (). Money
call this week. He is on his way
(Entered at the Post-office at Monmouth, as
the other last Lord’s day.”
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:___ Order for S4.00, with-no--name nor
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N otice .—Let those sending
instructions with it. Will the
BrerC. W. Pod, of Girard, Kss,
senderpleaseTell uFto'wTiom it ïs ey to thisoffice p
We are not responsible fcr the opinions and
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aentimentH expre«neil by our contributors, but to be credited ?
to semi name ami other necessary is thinking of coming west, and
for our own writing-alone. Hence oui readers
instruction with it. We have on writes us in reference to getting
□mat judge for themselves. We intend to give
space for the free expression of opinion, within
Books ! Books !! We now have hand P. O , money orders from the work.
We are personally ac
the limits of sound discredon, and the good of
the cause; but not be held as indorsing what on hand a good supply of Popular
following places with no instruc quainted with Bro. Pool and know
other» may write.
Hymns, the cheapest song book for tion : From San Jose, Cal, $4.00± him to be one of the ablest preach--
All matter intended for putllcation in this
churches and Sunday-schools- pub- Brownsville; mailed at Albany, ers ia Kansas, and any church on
paper should be written : —- --------- —
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WtîF the word and note edition. $G.0O. Will those sending these securing his services. Any church-
4. Writeawith a pen instead of a pencil, .so
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copy. Send on your orders.
something definite to offer in way
at once what to do with it ?
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qu eried no t a ooon i pif ied l >y your name.
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"It is hard to please some folks. * Paul say s, “ this one thing I do, as above.
One man ordered his paper to be forgetting those things which are
stopped. When pressed for his rea behind, and reaching forth unto7
We are glad to see indications of
son for doing so, he said the only those things which are before, I improvement in health nf Rm F__ ____
objection he had in the world to the press toward the mark for the prize G. Allen, of the Old Path Guide,
paper was thaU the label was put |~pHlm high..calling. of God in Christ He comes to the front in~~th* last
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Jesus.” And then he exhorts those week’s Guide with a stirring edit
In order to greatly increase the on Upside down, and it was too
much trouble to turn.the paper to Philippian brethren to be “ thus orial on Evil Tendencies which
circulation of the H erald , we will
minded.” Hete is a lesson for all should receive a careful reading.
look at the label. Ex.
send it to any one whose name is
Christians. The Apostle was con We hope he will continue to im
Bro. E. P. Large, of Crawfords tinually pressing for the prize, and prove till able to wi^ld his pen in
. not on our books from now till the
first of January, 18S4, for 25 cts. ville, Or., wishes to know where a this required active service for the the interest of primitive Christiani
preacher can be had for a small re Lord. Should he idle away a mo ty as heretofore.
This is the best offer we have ever
muneration to hold some meetings ment, he was in »lunger of losing
made, and we hope our agents will in th% Fern Ridge neighborhood.
Bro. D. M. Doty and wife from
his reward. In this respect, he is
at once call attention to this offer He thinks much good might be our model, and if we would gain Scio, are paying us a visit this
and thus secure us a larger list of done in that section if a paeacher the prize, we too must be found week. This is the long promised
suljscribers than ever before. Most could be had to take hold of the pressing toward the mark.
visit and we are mere than glad to
have them with us. Bro. Doty will
of those who give the paper a trial work. Let our preaching brethren
On Monday night about mid-
make a note of this.
preach for us in Monmouth on
become permanent subscribers, and
_ night, the 10th ult. Prof.-Swift,.
Lord^s day next. ’
it is only in view of this fact that
The brethren of Kentucky have
we can afford to make this special established a Bible college in which - Rochester, N. Y., discovered another BY WHAT AUTHORITY DO-S
.. same} constellation
■4» train coinTvdprc^^
offer- w Lrxvmrvrv,
EST THOU THESE THINGS ?
and do a good work for the H er own churches. It is located at Mt
During the recent Island Park
Sterling, Ky., and will begin its Prof. Brooks. It is moving almost
ald . Just think of it, three and
Encampment, Indiana, our six new
first session the first Monday in
one half months for 25 cts. !______
--hence-shows very httkr~TOUtTOn;~sir inis^
Our California editor extends to this institution a success, for the that.Prof. Swift found it difficult were “ separated to the work unto
us an invitation to be at their State colored people of the South are in to verify and was unable to do so which they had been called.” The
nalnes’of theseTnissioharies are "as
need'ofamtiitstry educated liFsuch’
two comets will very likely cross follows: G. T. Smith and wife, C.
f ¡n doing so, if it were in our power, a college.
each other’s orbits in their pro
E. Garst and wife to Japan; and
for we feel a deep interest in the
gress, and their appearance so
In a card from J. H. Blake, of nearly together, and within so short M. D. Adains and wife to India.
missionary work , of - our - Sister
State. We can not attend this Golden, Colorado, - he says r ** Jts I a space of time is a most' singular, According to announcement the
drift west I naturally become more if not a significant fact.
former sailed from San FrancisCQ
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