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FFERED FOR YEARS
< FEMALE DISEASES.
lion Peru a street lueeuug ai
uer of Eighth aud Wiilameta streets,
which was well atteaded.
A central and in«pirlug figure in the
convention is tbe Ker. E. E Chivers,
| of New fork city. Tbe ibspiratiooal
boor, led by him will long be remem
bered by all who beard him. He bad
eucouiagiug things to say abou'. work
ills address laet eveulnH was listen
ed to by a full bouse He at! I that
Tuesday's Daily Guard,
Mooia/'a Dally Guard
The first cession of the Oregon Bap we each owe our debt »0 tbe l ast We
was a day long to bw re-
tist Minister's coufereuee was formal
ly opened last night at the first Bap- ! well before us. Tbe euceeae attend i>embere<t by the congregation of tbe
*iet church. Tbe lecture for tbe even- ing the advancement of the woik ot First lie; tier, church of Eugeue It
lug was “A Webfoot Abroad.“by Dr. i Jesus has even been mtde -o beiau-e »as tbe occasion of tbe d«Jic itiou r f
of Testimonials Re-
>A. Wnoddy. He gave a very full there bare been numberless saints who .he remodelled church building, lie
ceived Every Year.
report of tbe World's Baptist C od - ¡are unknown aud wb> bare never iiiuitortum, kaller-ies ami lectu e
grass held in London last July. At been chronicled as such. Tbe true oom were almost packed at both t e
taie meeting 4O0CJ delegates sere pres bixtory ot the church of our Lo d Je morning and eveuliig services, prob-
sus Cbiiat baa never been written.
«bly Dno people Leiug present ai each,'
from all over tbe world.
ISS LOUISE MATHER,
Ker. J. Whitcomb BrougL t , paste r
EASTERN CITIES GROWING.
Title morning tbe ntaiu topioa die-
cussed were "L’he Minister's iiead-
Vice-President Bureau of
“We bare an obligation to the new ot tbe rtrst Baptist cnurcn, of Port
ug," by A. L. waiswortb, field sec ■arrivals who are coming to our shores. laud, tbe “White Tempi-,” preached
medicine Is an ideal
retary of the FHcitie trapthls. A gen The cities of the East ere growlug two powerful aeriuotis. Hla tbau.e at
's medicine and by far
-rul dlscussiou *bloh followed led tb ■uore rapidly than tbe Western cities, 'be morning service was “Why He
best I have known to
to appoint a committee for '.n two years '2,700,1)00 people • are Was lu’ Ont," and in the eveoiug,
lost health and strength.
LOU 1 JE
of advisiug concerning come to us. Over 1,000 OdO a year. "What He Got for His Curl laity."
suffered for several years,
MATHES 'be establishment of a circulating II |)f these ten per cent go West,two per The discourses were li-teued to with
k ached, I had bearing
brury tn Oregon among tbe pastors. •ent South aud 88 per cent, remain great lutrrest by tbe vast audlevcea.
pains, and frequent bead-
Members ot all churches in tbe city
H.eii is very much needed. .Many pas- In the hast.
many wbo are members of no
would often wake from
'ora are unable because of small sal-
“l'be missionaries of the American
in such pain that I would
>ri«s to keep in touch with the latest Baptist Home Missionary Society ebureb were in attendance. Special
for hours before my eyes
'•reach tbe gospel in the United States muxic characterized tbe services, Pro
kd close again. I dreaded
lhe next topic, “By 'Vbat Author o twenty-tbree nationalities aud in fessor 1. ,M. l.len rendering a solo In
. s as well M the
ity,” was clearly presented by Ke», klxfeen different iudiau dialects, a the forenoon aud Mias Eva 1. Stinson
las. Clark, editor of the “Pacific „reater vnri->ty ct tongues than was as lu the evening,
consulted two physicians,
The euin of S150U with which to pay
He said: “It cat tern a euipled on the day of i'entecost."
bop) [ng to get reHef. Finding
the Indebtneea of ttie building
Dr. Chivers sp ire oi the 1 rge min
that their medicine did not
utborilyf* There Lave teen many er of Indians who Lave accepted tbe was needed before tbe forenoon
1 to cure me, a friend ad
laimants to this di Uuctiou. The Baptist postiiou, saying there were cervices tegan «nd within a abort
it me to try Perun a.
tiroue of authority has been claimed 10.J0 in tbe Indian te.rltory. He spoke time ilOtki of the amount was raised.
__ | am certainly glad that I
■ >y tbe Komau church.“ lie said tout of tbe First Baptist church of Rainy Nearly the remaining
followed her ad vice,for Peruna
was lie only medicine for me.
be authority could be reduced to Moontaiu, and how they gave 91000 raised at the evening service.
Tbe church edifice as it now stands
EvJr.v ache and pain disap
two parts, the Bible at d Christian to the cause of missions.
pear'd in fonr months and I
Is one of the most commodious and
-xperience. “We have these state
am in perfect health now.
con leniently arrange i of any in tbe
ments marie in tbe Biole concerning
The morning session was entirely city. Tbe seatiug capacity has been
•Ml y earnest ad-ice to suf-
Jesus Christ, but they must be
terii^ »omen is to try Pe
.orked out iu experience or tbey are occupied with reports nf the different more tbau doubled Tbe auditorium,
nina. for I feet sure they will
yet each are uecessaty to tbe i le; artments of work. Following th with a sestlog capMltr ot 4h0, is 50x
aot\be disappointed in it.”—
other. Christianity could uot survive | report on foreign mission« an adrlren 5<> feet tn dimensions, with a balcony
aitbont the Bible, aud Cbnstianity was given by Ksr. C. 1 . Davenport, which sems 3rk> around three slues,
r L E.
l'he pulpit, which was formerly In
ould not remain a power without nf Burmab.
Tbe report of the corresponding sec- tbe north side of the auditorium,
L. E. Tyler, Santa
Mr. C'ark went on to say that many etary, Leonard W. Kiley, v as very j has been changed to tbe east side aud
ilea, Cal., Secretary Santa Monica '
America is the Land of Nervous
Completely Regained Her
led away by various so-called re encouraging to all who were present. I tbe choir box is lu tbe southeast cor
iical Society, writes:
because their leader« spoke i lie said ttiat in Oregon during tbe 1 ner of tbe rcom. To the north of tbe
••J w as troubled for over three years
Miss Edith Reams,726 North Main St.,
vit*> apparent aulbotity. “oesus J .ear 38 miesiat)Hr<es bad been ep- auditoirnm is a large lecture room
with systemic catarrh, complicated by
because they suffer from some form of
I Dayton, O., writes:
ttdsaie weakness and inflammation.
poke with authority and be has cout- pointed and that 70 oburcbes aud out- seating 300. This is connected with
•»7 his induced frequent headaches.
“ I suffered for some time with both , female disease.
'.landed us to speak as be did. Why -tatlone were belig supplied by these, tbe auditorium by slidiua <• core,mat
■Ml ousness, hysteria and sleepless- lung and female troubles.
The greatest obstacle In the way of
the miDitter's kuees ebake in these churches 384 baptlsma were ing a combined seating capaoity of
M which nothing could relieve until
recovery Is that they do not uuderstand
1000, witb every seat iu view of tbe
■Ki d Peruna.
that catarrh is the main source of Uieir when be riseB to speak? lie rend an
ntilpit. There are ladles' dressing
BAPTISTS IN OREGON.
“J began to feel better after I had good physician for about nine months . illness.
rticle concerning a j eung clergy ma”
the first bottleful and improved without obtaining any relief, when
Mr. Kiley »aid that there w«re now rooms, special class rooms, the pas
i lelng tn address his congregation ar
fron week to week until at the end of Peruna was recommended to me. After Women who are in donbt as to their lollowa: ‘Brethren, iu ac .rdauce 122 chucrhec in tbe stare. The>s rs- tor’s study and plectv o! rjurn lu tbe
ailments should write to Hr. Hartman,
atxLt eleven weeks I was entirely well.
brsement for b^yo’ dub rooms. Tbe
^K am pleased to say that I have have completely regained my health. President of The Hartman Nanttanum, with in ancient custom I preface my >orted li~4 baptisms. This number, heating plant le also eiluated lu the
eyed splendid health now for nearly
A [ear. I have a fine appetite, enjoy to any one suffering from the above ail tion of your symptoms, previous treat aucieut collection of devotional lit a total gain of 2016 tor this year. But
ment and age.
Tbe interior of he building is band-
erature, part Hebrew aud part Greek, there bare been some losses, which
sleep and do not suffer from any ments.”—Edith Reams.
He will promptly reply with full di- properly known as the Holy Scrip bring the net gain down to 1353. The omc'y decorated aud numerous in-
No testimonials published without
me*' headaches or other pains.”—L. E.
. rections for Ueatm. nt, free of charge.
I written consent of the writer.
tures. Brethren, ail 1 hope for in total members' ip in Oregho Is now candekOeut • lamps afford plenty ot
light at bight.
this sermon is that some may find it 1 9838.
In tb« BUt-cousf iraeies. Among tho-e
Much ot tie success of this under
I h II ged to hare received money free
taking Is 'due to tbe popular pastor,
Joues ere Mrs. H. M. Hains, W. D.
minister rb> ul I preach what lie knows i Point, University Park, Poitiaud, and Rev O. C. Wright. Since he cam«
Clark and E. C. Chamberlain, of Or
he shoul 1 Hr>t should kuow Jesus I St. Johns, biur new churches n«ve here from 'Mbs. L'tah in May, 1904
eg u i. ity.
Christ 1 would much ratber have a I beeu dedicated ■’bile five new parsoo- ago, the church has made a wonderful
grow h and every department of the
man say of me that be did not kuow agee have heeu secured.
work la now active and tn a proepe r
1 bad a text when I preactied a sermon
tbau have turn go away and nut know
The sum of $6500 nas been expended
1 bad preached Jesus."
upon Improvements during ti«w pas
The next topic, “Progrersive Evan
gelism," wt s made interesting by tbe
New York, Oct 10 — Rotert Oli youug paster from Oregon City, Rev.
timid, Oct. 5 —T.ongeneeker te«-
phant w-s the Instir ¿a a itneta to- Henry B. Kobins. He eaid: “1 can
M. G idbiatt. toausger and propri
to taking tip land in the Siletz
Tbe officers of hte chuicb at present
T .e Woodturn iudepenoeut, a Ke-
lay. lie said be had authority to only bold up to you an I leal. What
etor ot tbe Magnet Clothing Co., ar are as follows: Deacons, B. F. Dor
atloo under sgreemnt with di p ibiioen paper edited ty Herbert L.
draw money ou his own vouch' r» foi is progressive "vsb^elisT? Is it r s-
rived borne thia moru'ng fr< m a trip
nts in tbe land fraud trials to Gil), evidently has it in far Senat r
ris, A. J. Harlow, 8. C. Marsh, Rev.
legal eip-Lse». He said !e d.du'l rles q! meetings in wlilch every Body , to Puget Sound points. He says that
When Galloway left tne laud of- R. A .Booth, of this county. Here is
H. A. Green, T. N. Plank, C. W. Con
kt ow why the money was utipnid to gets excited fo: a few week«! No. l while gone be wss able to secure the
In Oregon City final proofs tor its fllug at tbe senator:
verse, Professor E. E. DeCoa; trus
tbe g< neral solicitor.
It is an evangelism that will last all magnificent Peter»on shoe stock at tees, C. S. Frank, M. H. Harlow, M.
were made before deteudant Ira
‘The Oregon legislature, whet. whs
Ol h,nt said eight pay men's of
tbe year around. But our topic has BellingbatE, Wash. Keep your eye an D. Mitchell; clerk, B. IN Dorrla;
at Toledo. He said be only an- rather p erlons, exonerated Senator
$25 000 each bad been made to him to another meaning
It Is an evangel ! the Guard.
1 two questions in making final M:ret ell. The Albany M. E. confer
treasurer, Professor W. P. Boynton;
chairman for legal experses, and sain
ism which is accumulative. It is not
the balance of answers being ence ma .e no such mi>'alre in words.
til t ie school superintendent, Frank
ii lad In by Wade,many it which were It referred to S.nHlo Booth h - a ‘dis
progressive evang-liem ui less
Needham; asals'atit superintendent,
olticers and didn't consider it hie
i makes each convert au evangelist to
til guishei and beloved broth r, in
Mrs. Mary B. Young.
duty to know tbe .pacific usee He ' win EUOlber. It makes biot question
w* om the ujtmier- of the conference
said he soppo-ed some was coutrlhut-
: nis own conversion anlesa be can go
bad every confident e. ’ 1 hat did no
Poli land, Oct. 7.—lu tbe Jones land exactly sat that the senator was en ' «d to the Kepubilcan fund, because j after bis fellow men. It is an evangel
Koeeha'g Review . Alter a long and
fraud trial today it developed that tirely inuncent of tbe federal charge be bad Dot hear. ot contributions ism that works from Christian to
R. B.lMontsgue. deputy couuty clerk against him, nor did the re-eleotiou coming from any .ther fund. When :ChristiHU, aud from Cbrietian to un thorough examination by Dr. W. T.
j Williamson, uf Portland, and otner
of Lii , county, oo learning Jone»1 of tbe senator as pr aident of tbe lay asked: “if a vi< e president ot tbe saved ail tbe year around."
medioil men, Wm. F. Beekman, who
i «oban to secure land through old men's cooferetce signify bis guilt- comrany a»ks for money do you give
A R. Black, tbe irrigation man,
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
baa been bald iu jail b»re for tbe outtfited a party of men who left Eu
•oldilsre. gave tbe defendants the leasnes'. Dr. Driver unintentionally i it to him without knowing anything
murder of bis stepson, baa been de
^donbi cross by ottering the veterans added humor to the occasion by sug a' i.t what it is fathe replied : “I
arid with tbe foilowlug result: Pres- clared tnaane and will be commuted gene Saturday for Waldo Lake, In the
MO bore for their bnmesteada than gesting tbe Finsing of “Tbe Morning have to. ”
Cascade Mountains. These men wiik
K. A. Grannis, vice president of the ' ideor. Rev F. W. Carsten«, Medford: to 7be asylum at o ice.
•they mad contracted for with Jones Light is Breaking.”
work on tbe Waldo L«ae ie«ervulr,
first vice president. Rev. Harry 8e-
Niamargeed to sell tbe patents issued.
which will be used in coDnection
I be com.-'!*«co
Tit* la 1 is now In tbe name of raber
with the irrigation project of Mr.
wm surprised to hear that Geo. W. iderit. Rev. A. L. Black, I’urtland,
«nd Reis, tbe Albany brewers, who
.Black in this valley.
ferklris bad sailed tor Europe.
'aifnfcbed the money for tbe scheme,
Grannus said be never heard of any o iglit, Hcod River.
xmls Paqoet and Geo. J. West were
campaign contribution«. He was un-
•be Oi l soldiers wbi testified to bav-
Henry WaeenmiD baa moved hie
aft' >oor he session of the
Bken tbe land at tbe instance of
soap works plant to 'be Mount
Al Harker came to Eugene fire or not recall whether be bad conferred ministers* cuutereuue was concluded, liulldiug at 59 Easi Ninth s reet, a
Greanlea Oct. IL —We are having
six days ago from Acme,where be bad
some lovely days of ssnablna after
■tate convention b gan. The aermone
(land, Oct. 9.—Senator Fulton | been employed for some time past by this county,and said Tbummel locked will be delivered by F. W. Carstens,
tbe Pluslaw Lumber Comrany. Acme
lied as a witness ou the J ones j
Marion Wheeler male a trip to the
of Me iford,and toil evening the main
and Florence are now “dry” towns
lake last Monday.
I trial this morning. He
and In consequence Htrker bad ac
tbe letters be bad written
Gillette another vice president, was Chivers, D. D. of New York. Ail ar
Chipear Wolcott and Clarence Bar
Crow, Oct. 7.—Gates Bros, are ruin nett went to tbe lake laat Monday
! tbe alleged fraudulent claims cumulated nearly >400, receiving good I called.
ing farm work on tbe Ford place.
qn-ittou be passed, and recom- wages as a log scaler. When be bit •25,060, each btaring bls signature, be
witb a load of chlttlm.
^^Bng tbe defendant. Tbe letters Eugene ba and bis money began to said it was for legal expenses Hughes
C. H. Hadley «nd wife arrived
Work was buisbau ou tbe Greenleaf
AUslied that the proceedings be de- separate. He bought champagne for S-ked what legal exja-nees were. Gil
him» from Portland tbe first day of bridge Saturday.
•yad until Fulton bed time to Intrc-
lette said tbe general solicltcr told
Tlere 1« to ba a public sale of
fii" bill in cong*ess for some mod- money »boat the saloons. He was biot tbe money was to be used for le at tbe Baptist convention :
Miss Winifred Hadley has gone to homebold goods at Pate Wolcott's
President, W. A. Wann, Eugene;
pns to tbe land laws that were put In jail two or three times to get gal expenses. Hughes persisted, and
Eugene ts re».rme ber studies at the next Thursday. The things I slung to
ble to tbe uld soldier applf- him sobered up and was begged by ; Gillette said be was net told any epe- vice president, E. M. Bliss, Portland; adversity.
tbe police to deposit bis money in a
Fred Wordeu and family, who •
correapondiug secretary. L M. Kiley,
Mrs. Jeff Hayes, of Heppner, la ex to go back to Washington t> itra
bank before it was all gone, but no; 1 eific purpose. Gillette’s attention Portland; recordIrg secretary, J. B.
be was out for a good time aud was ' »as called to tbe fact that tbe legal Travis, Grant's Pass,
'«surer J. £. pected sh irdy on a brief visit to her Mrs. Warden is a daughter ot r»
to bare it. Saturday night the expenses of tbe Mutual last year co-t Falling, Portland; aoirtors, W. L. sister, Mrs. Geo. Hadley, «bo has Woloott.
bland, Oct. 10.—Tbe testimony
I $300.500; New York Life, «172,000;
ie land fraud case tbis morning last of bis money was spent and be
Morgan acd W. D. Haines, of Port been Hi for more than two years.
L G. Woolridge la working it A.
i Equitable $24.1100.
When asked to
b l tbe defendants were tbe vie-
land. Board of managers fur three
Walt Canady has gone to Portland M. Almssl’r.
lot blackmailing plots in tbe jail. He appeared before Police Judge
years : J. W. Brongher. First Baptist with a carload of beef cattle.
Frank Parker, with tbe «aelataLca
of a numter of people who die- Dorris tbis morning a 1 was fined oaied he thought it was a matter fur church, Portland; H. W. Btone, sec
A bear baa been making free witb of two ether men, brought iu a taneb
bl 1L« fraudulent character of $11 Not having the nec-xeery ‘‘Ma-
retary Y. M C. A., Portland; H. A. t'e apples io Nod Owen's orchard, ot about 1ft) bead of g»>«t« from tbe
klou» and extorted morey in zuma, ” be will board six lays with
Douglas. Albany; A. J HuDssker, In and a poasw was called together to vicinity of Jon-tlon last week. This
Bts ranging from »ro to $500 tbe city. Ila wooden «by all bls Ha <*
Mwp M. dependence; H. B. Robins. Oregon O.ptura it tne othxr day, but teycud makes about 300 bead of goat» that
»1 n)d soldiers wers ander cor.- friends osva deserted him in bis boor
/z / ¿¿Jt
the siaa<;bter of four coons tbe bunt Frank baa oow, and be has a few^more
with tbs defendsr t * and io’n- ’
Last nigh- jjeml era of the conven I was uoauccesitol.
to bring iu.
robust Women Who Owe Their Restored Health and
Usefulness to Pe-ru-na.
¡ OF BAPTIST
the Letters of Grateful Women
ured by Dr. S. B. Hartman s
OPMENTS HAS IT IN FOR
icent SHOE STOCK
HARKER WAS A
WORK ON IRRIGA