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TH1 EUGENS WEEKLY GUARD. THURSDAY. SEP 39. UlO
ftcrlpturea In daacrlblng the fallen an
’gels, who from earliest days have at
I ver prune*—Mrs. Wm. Simmons, A.j
: tempted •«» deceive humanity repre
! aentliitf UietBselves as liiiiiuin tielng*
1 Display of Grapes—Isabella. I J-
who hale dl«l «ml *h" «leslre In rum
Delaware, P J. Boiler,
inunlcate Willi tlielr friends. And tbvy
I attempt to do s<> through spirit me
Display of Nuts E. Terpening.
I Mrs. Simmons. Display of walnuts—
dluma This Is their practice from of
E. Terpening B. B McKinney.
old Their endeavor la to l>renh down
Cheese—W. C. Billings, Lorane.
liio humnn »HI *ml to more and more
<-<mtrol It. The height of their limbi
White Wyandotte*—All to J A.
lion and success is to fully domlii.il»
on the blood; purifies, enriches
the humnn will, so the! the, mu us«
Buff Orpingtons -Second cocker and revitalizes it, and in this
the humnn body a« thrlr own (tr.h ••
el, second hen. second pullet and first
wav builds up the whole sys
pen, Mrs. D. W. Roof, Springfield.
I when they lied power !<• mnlrr'nll»«
Barred Plymouth Rocks—First tem. Take it. Get it t h , iy.
I re icheil unto i
Tin*« who coma fully under tlmir •■«m
coek, first and second cockerel, sec
trot twomr demented often »»«»rai
(I I’rtrr at. 19).
In usual liquid f»»rtn or m ' '
ond and third pullet and first pen. A. I v.KUe.i tablets called 8sr»r-St»»'___
gaining poaseesloii of »be ulie
ooO»-~- — • •
' Display Candy—Mrs. George Rob C Berntien. Eugene; first pullet and - -__
(From Friday’s Dally Guard.)
p.rsonnllty mid nttempilng «0 u»r the
This morning opened the biggest
nititlliiinlli " Wlmt s terrib >• ¡’h’i'ir' same brains and t»»ly It 1» rstlimtliM
Cookies, display—Mrs. Klussman. gene; third cockerel and third pen.
Knoxville. Tenn. Sept. 25—A Con
lay yet of the Lane county fair, and
that one half of nil who are In Insane
of th«* condition «»f things in*. •' 1
vention of Bible Studsota la In aeaai.m flood! Um '¡'-I
»y tonight the entrance« at the gate
m*’ astmidii'd say luma are merely victim* of «pint
White Orpingtons—First cockerel,
rill run well up Into the thousanda. ’ Doughnuts—-Mrs M. Bond.
In this city
Pastor Russell of the
h* Imd foreknow 1 ••vi'V'1'iln t oluMMMloa The «rem remedy mrihi.t
Bunns—Mrs. E. Ros.
first, second and third pullet and
The day was fair, yet cool, and con-
IS VERY SLOW Brooklyn Tabernacle, aa President of for
Girls’ Oooking Department
,u pen. v/
had u «rasi run*»:*' <*f w it nil ihls I* the Truth of tlial’a Word
C. , _ A. ______
Eugene; _ sec-
1 he crowds thronged the exhibit pa-
the International Bible Students Ass.* iti the skv will, h tetnp .r.irl gnve the Tb< »e *bo aeeept th«* cannot be de
Salt Rising Bread—Lila Bowers.
cockerel. Castle Bond. Irving
Rhode Island Reds—All to Mrs.
rlllon and the Arnold amusement
Eugene. Oregon Sept. 23. 1910. elation, addressed th« Students twice eiirlh it 11 i*«i,iiib!»' rer.ii'.'i' it«1 ..inrilc reived But th« masses of mankind
■ompany did a flourishing business. na Hurlburt.
M. Robbins. Eugene.
Guard; Tho Guard ba« ev today His audience« were large and blit n lib'll lie lnt.'iiib''l '!'• 'I’d f'
are l*lng deceived The K>-rlpture
Black Langshans—All to Mrs. S. idently overlooked the fact of the intelligent. AVe report one of hla ad u|sm the earth mid «•un«» tii» grei' teaching <• ’bat when a |nan la dead
The Grangers, after the parade, heal
heir programme tn the grandstand
dresses from the text foregoing He fl.HMl In Ninth's d.n limi ■ ri the ii‘> hr knows not anything, and will never
splendid freight i*cJ.lll.1.*,e„th
White Navy Beans—F. L. Waite, (D. Faverolle«
irhere 300 or 400 people gathered
—All to G. F. Ray, Eu- geDe is given by the 3. P. R- R- Co., •aid:—
know anything until «he ronurrectlon
Eugene; John Maughn. Eugene.
;o hear the addresses
'and should hasten to commend them Much »peculation haa been «roused propriate timi' «b»l gate In rm
Red Clover—Clarence Koon, Junc gene.
of the dead Whoever knows Ihls Is
to N'.mb t«v |ire| ..re «n «irk f-.i lin
This afternoon was Eugene day.
Single Comb Brown Leghorns— . for this service without delay.
'and the throngs before the races tion; A. C. Nelson.
All to Geo. Widmer. Eugene.
’ Freight shipped out of Portland by our text Some have claimed that ing of himself mid III» h >’t •• ‘ •' ’’ fortified ngnln»t all the deception« of
crowded the buildings and conces-
Single Comb White Leghorns—All I on the 20th was not ready for de- It slgnlflea that Christ, after his death and Ids fmnl1' wre th..... . met»'* — the evil spirit*
Vetch—C. Harpole. Junction; A. |o C. A. Lare. Eugene.
j lions. The attendance at the races
| livery in Eugene today. Bunco Bill on the cross and before hla resurree of Adam'« rue la ill t'l* eirth
We nr» not claiming that all me
I was the largest this year and prob E. Bond. Irving.
Silver Leghorns—All to J. p. and his mate. Pawnee, held the track tlon. went to aoms place where human were not more 01 h-ss isint ir ''nate-
ilium* are fraudulent, »«me of them
ably the largest for several years.
1 at Salem so freight train« could not spirit, are Imprisoned in aome kind of
we know to tie most sincere A large
White Oats—E. D. Hosmer, Irv Lane,
I The races were good and the excite
Single Comb Buff Leghorns—All pass them and yesterday all available purgatory and there preached to then» Hmm* angels ll-.w wld« 1 tat •> '
number bar» !•«««« delivered from th«ir
been lh.it Iti.lilvme when w - i-- <1
ment was intense throughout. Every-
Popcorn—Chas. Frisbie, Irving;
awful posbloti of acting as tools of
I body seems pleased and it is an ac-
Blue Andulasians—All to J. A. smaller than at Springfield. Wood Not only la the Catholic theory in tine Oil ewp' li'iial matter. "Noi
with thia auggestlon. but many Protea (mid Ills f i mllyi whs | ht '.- I i
Hmnn by «he reading of our little
1 know led ged fact that this is the Mrs. William Simmons, Junction.
Yellow Dent Corn—Carl Reita. of
' greatest fair ever held in this part
pamphlet -Proof« that Nplrittam ta
Silver Duckwing Game Bantams— small places, so all freight for Eu tants hold that the dead tnay t»e pray g. nrratlen" the die .!••••.»• ¡t itti
| if the state. Tomorrow is school
First cock, Roy Maxwell, Irving.
gene merchants was ditched. In oth ed for and thus be assist«! to escape hid not Itine whale» er to do with g.
jt children’s day and Springfield day.
Buff Cochin Bantams—AH to Rich er words, the railroad company, on from eternal torment All of thia 1» •rating them
Jesus Preached to Those «pints
irThe school children from both Eu
account of lack of facilities, failed wrong, aa we shall ahow—quite con
Yelow Flint Corn—W. Ford, Eu- ard Golden
gene and Springfield will parade and
F j ’•« Angsts Change .
Seabright Bantams—First to make delivery of freight In Eu- trary to the teaching* of our text when
There are no human aplrlts to be
j those taking part will be allowed to
Cockerel and first pullet, C. M. Run- . gene for three days.
While tlie -.licei» preferred !«» live »■ pres -had to Itninan brines are not
view«! In the light of Its context
I enter the grounds tree. Although gene; H. Hocket. Springfield.
The accumulation of freight to be Tboae preached to »»>-re not human tn.-ii m h’lmmi Irai ■•». t’i • w o ; I
spirit firings Th» dead of humanity
Sweet Corn—Mrs. Wm. Simmons; nan, Irving.
: the primary election will prevent
Pekin Ducks—First pair. Castle I unloaded at Eugene on account of
be uverwlieltued like liuui.i.dtj i i II ■ who have never heard of -the only
¡nany, a large delegation will come Mrs. Simmons. Junction.
this mixup amounts to ten or twelve
Tallest Corn—L. H. Elspass. Eu (Bond. Irving.
flood, but merely dianole», by d •::nt- name given under heaven nr amongst
’rom Springfield to carry out their
Wild Gesee—First pair. Walker cars, and with the miserably small angela. This la clearly atale-’. In verse
riallxatlon. tlielr hum mi I mm I i »« end le I men wlirreby WO must lie aated" will
»art of the program.
Best Collection of Grasses—C. J.
sa orlgitially. spirit beings Naim» wa ' hear that name In Ood*« due time In
Hops in Bale—R. A. Maltzen. Eu J. A. Bertlesen. Eugene; second pair. the present time much freight is out tmpriaou«l In the day, of N*»*»h at the the first »Inner against the I»l»lne i-" I the resurrection during tha thousand
Harvey Denham, Eugene; third pair, in the weather on the platform, and time of the flood They wen* Imprisoned •nitueut. In hta endeavor to »••! n ■
j years of Messiah's reign when he. as
|W. H. Cook, Eugene.
at the best much of the freight delib for disobedience So we rend (verse I separrte empire and to hn»e hunimi ' ' the true Light, shall lighten every msn
White Fantail Pigeons—First and erately delayed, on account of lack
for hla auhjis-ta Although •;•»! h i I 1 that rometh Into the world“ iJohn I. tt>
second pair. Cecil Maughn. Eugene; ' of facilities here, cannot be delivered 19i, "He preached unto spirits In pris full power to destroy Natan mil t
Bitt If Jesus die«! and In death knew
Today the business houses are
on. which sometime were disobedient,
third pair, Eugene Maughn, Eugene. before Saturday.
other dlsotwslient angels li» I.-«« n - not anything, how could he pren- h Io
during the afternoon and all
■ '---- closed
The Eugene freight depot with Its
exercised that pow«v Insiemi h-- no-re
schools, except the University, were
'’was begun by the parade that start-!
Field corn. Class A—Cecil Maughn. ! inconveniences Is certainly a fit sub waited In the days of Noah, whl’e the !y isolatisi them from bltn».-.f and lite the fallrn angel*’ W'e answer that It
lismlssed.. and the attendance was gene, Vera
;»d shortly after 10 o’clock. Headed
j Is a common expression that "action*
Wheeler; Class B—Bessie ject for the Oregon State Railroad ark was a preparing." Turning back
Broom Corn —
P. M. Bower,
holy angels mid Itnprlsoio-d them i i ■peak louder than word«” Tbo great
the sens« thnt he no longer |>ertnltted I actions <>r farts cotlMrtr4 with our
E. L. CAMPBELL.
Pop Corn. Class A—Cecil Maughn.
C. Page & Eugene;
find quite a complete record or history
Parade and others,
them to mat erta Ibte. «itber a» a acr I Livni's death and resurrect ton eon at I
of these disobedient spirits. In the pent or as humanity for the trtuptlug
Wm. Simmons. Junction.
Moore Vernon Harper.
*.___ before a good fh.t
| toted a ro»at wonderful sermon to th«
NEWS OF CRESWELL
Sixth Chapter, verse, 1-5.
and Injury of our rum. In tbla wnw fallen angels A* they Iwlield the lie
Angels Preferred to Be Humana.
’ big float, carrying
decorated me with
AND VICINITY Some time after father Adam’s illao erty
deemer'a faithfulness to Ood. even
ui- O. ------
of the Grange,
of the and
death, even the death of the cross
Now let ua hear Nt Peter’s word* re and as they then bebold Gist's faith
•ame the members of the various,
Another Bohmstedt company ex-, bedlence and his expulsion from Eden
Wheeler, Hettle Wheeler; Class B—
Granges. Springfield had over a Page & Son, Walterville.
apectlng these angels
enrsion, consisting of 28 people, ar-
Late Potatoes—Page & Son; Mrs. Bessie Wheeler, Frank Maughn.
fulness to him In raising him from
visit humanity with a view to «Mist
tundred members in line and Irving
Watermelons, Class A — Hettie ' rived in Creswell yesterday evening. ' ing men back to harmony with God. says (II Peter H. 4). "God spared not the dead to the highest natur* th«
’ tad a full attendance.
Irving; Wheeler, Harold Hockett; Class B—
| At the grounds, shortly after 11
I rington and family of five daughters,’ Thia doubtless was permitted for two down to hell, and dell', »red them Into divine nature "far above angola and
Frank Hardy, Bessie Wheeler.
. »’clock, speaking began in the grand- Mrs- Simmons.
principalities and powers and every
Bread, Class A—Effie Cox. May 'of Crookston, Minn.; Mrs. C. W. reasons: First, had auch an opportu chains of darkness, to l>e riservisi unto
•Hand at the race track. State Mas- Muskmelons—Twenty varieUes—
judgment“ The word lartumt ber» name that Is named'*-all
er Spence was introduced
iu<.,vUUvc^ and he’ J*rs Simmons, Junction; A. C. Wells. Coffroy; Class B—Lillian Mulligan, ¡Ils; G. W. Guthrie. 1 of * Crookston,
~ * ‘
luted a most wonderful aertnon of love
ipoke briefly on the features of the
and Mrs Snere and two p£ ' h ’
. Grangers' association. He said that
watermeoln Display—Mrs. Sim-, Salt rising Bread—Leia Bower. •»- daughters,
aion, is found nowhere els« In the III an<l loyalty, faith and obedience, etc
Mr 1 I * ““• ““*’ “"**
human salvation, ble. It refers to our earth's atmos The sermon to them meant. How eerl
■ he Grange stood in favor of higher mo°3:
Onion; h First and second, William1 man, Leia Bower; Class B—1» o . b >*--» ,
' ‘ducaition. was non-partisan, yet took
. I i--* “
j remained here.' but In a very roundabout way and at pbere and to the fact that those fallen ous was our mistake In being dleobodl
Gorrie. Irma Beach.
eading parts in public affairs. In'Smith.
In Smith, Eugene.
here at that very 8reat coat «nd trouble, Had be angels, called demons or devils, are •nt to God In any particular. It meant
Jellies—Class A—Hildred Inman, I
•egard to the latter he mentioned ’ Hubbard Squash—W. .M Penning-
and purchased property, and given us an opportunity to mingle with "the (>ower of the air." And Natan, alao. May not God. who has thus «one
he rural free delivery and the post- ton’£"8enc; Leia Bower; Class B—Anna Clay- time
the residence being built for Mr. Har humanity we might have had an up who was originally an angel of much to «o much trouble for the redemption
Pumpkins—C. J. Hurd. Eugene; mier, Blanch Dilley.
j 11 savings bank that the Grange had
rington in the Bohmstedt addition is lifting Influence upon tbe people and higher rank and nature. Is their of fallen men. hare In Ida heart also
i iecured, and said that they were now
nearly completed. The remainder of have accomplished tbelr reconciliation Prince. "The Prince of the power of a place of mercy for ua. should we re
Tomatoes—Mrs. Simmons. Junc Kepner, Pearl Meyers.
1 working for the parcels post.
Muskmelons. Class A—Eddie Boyn the party are here in search of lands’ to God.
Following him President Campi- tion; R. E. Davidson. Eugene.
the air." the I’rlnce of demons They pent? The Apostle Intimates that
Celery—John Scherler, Creswell. ton, Hettie Wheeler; Class B—Frank and homes, and many of them no God wish«! to forestall any auch
pell, of the University of Oregon,
are "cast down" In the sense of being these nugels. With the exception of
misunderstanding of the wisdom of
1 nade a few Introductory remarks.
The W. C. T. U. convention which the Plan which be had arrang«l and treated ignominiously. They are "in Natan, are yet to have a teeting or
Potatoes, Class A—Cecil Maughn,
4e extended a welcome from the city Junction; A. C. Wells, Eugene.
chains of darkness," not In chains of trial, for he assures the Church that
Blanch Brown; Class B—Earl Chap
¡and from the University to the far
day was well attended, there being would. In due time, work out; second iron. They can still go and coma and God purj-Msea that we, aa the Bride of
man, Bessie Wheeler.
mers. In his remarks he advocated W. H. Pasley, Eugene.
Best Display Vegetables —■ Lee
| .rrigation In this part of the 6tate,
Cabbage—Class A—James Chap 20 delegates present. The two days’; come in contact with aln of any kind. be sources of temptation to humanity Christ, shall not only t>e entrusted
which was hdld In the
who are In a einful attitude of mind with the work of Judging or giving
( ind also the necessity of the union Goetchlus, Eugene; James Wilson, of man. Ethel Kingwell; Class B—Lucile program,
Methodist church, was very interest Hence they never had been teat«l or They are restrain«! In chains of dark trial to the world of mankind during
nigh school system in this county, Eugene.
His remarks were short but to the
Squash, Class A—Wm. O. Zachary,
ness In the sense that whatever they the Millennium, but also that we shall
for entertaining and profitable dis loyalty to the Creator. They were per-
joint and he won the favor of Ms Junction; Carl Robertson, Eugene. ! Geo. A. Howard; Class B—Bessie cussion.
do must bo done In the dark—until judge angels not the holy angels, for.
’ mitt«l to attempt the recovery of hu-
iudlence as their friend.
Wheeler, Clyde Bristow.
Schmitt Bros, have sold to A. R. ’ manlty—partly In order to test tbelr their judgment time nt the Great Day of course, they need no judging on
Eugene Schools Scored
Pumpkins, Class A—Oliver Beals, Land
—at the beginning of'Messiah's thou our part but the fallen angels (I Cor
Cabbage Display—Page & Son. of Geo. Colcord; Class B—Bessie Wheel
President Kerr, of the Oregon Ag
■ own obedience and loyalty to God.
and store owned by them and Mr. Our knowl«lge of spirit beings and nnnd-yenr day of the reign of right vl, 3».
•icultural College, then spoke, in Walterville; Mrs. Simmons, Junc er, Oliver Hurd.
Land. Mr. Land has secured as man
ils talk, he showed the necesity of a tion.
Tomatoes. Class A—Vera Cox, ager
Quite possibly the hope« Inspire«! by
' tbe powers grant«! to them by the
Carrots—Fred Bower, Eugene; C. Springfield;
Turn to Nt. Jude’s Epistle. There tlist great sermon preached by our
'urther public and high school sys-
Class B—Junction, Lu charge of the business.—Chronicle. | Almighty Is limited to our observation
J. Hurd, Eugene.
lord's resurrection to the spirit lie
1 of tbe Bible record. The angels who
igriculture and Industry in the pub-'
kept not their first estate, but left Ings le«1 some of those fallen angels
Beets, Class A—Leon Doane, Ed-1
—F. L. Waite,
x t ;ic
die Boynton; Class B—Wayne McBee,
sepulchre and again at his ascension tlielr own habitation, he hath reserved to ret>entance If so we may suppose
! gene's school system for Its lack of Eugene, J- Beebe, Eugene.
and »vho. as soon as they had accom in age lasting chains, under darkness, that during the eighteen centuries
♦ courses in agriculture. “We are not
Sweet Peas, Class A—Rosalie Al
> doing our duty to ourselves,” he
plished the purposes of their visit, van unto the Judgment of the Great Day." since, they have suffered serrrely st
len. G. N. Adams; Class B—Bessie
Pears- —J. Beebe. Eugene.
Tlielr first estate In which they were
"»aid, “until we see that agricultural
Muir Peaches—John Maughn, of
Chapman. M. F.
created vvas tho spirit or angelic con the hanils of the rebellious angels,
hnd Industrial trainings are intre-
w ho would l>e aroused to animosity by
Jluced In the public schools. Since Eugene.
Sled—Class B—Prince Callison,
Abraham sat In the door of bls dition. They left their own proper con their reform.
Green Prunes—John Maughn,
Counter. William C.
iwe are living in a free country, the
tent and. Behold, three men came to
Crow, Miss Catherine.
Tbo Herlpturts seem to Imply that
/schools are for all the people, and Eugene.
Table, Class A—Norvian Kennedy,
him. He received them as men. enter tion of the Divine will, thnt they might "fallen angels,- "wicked spirits.'* “ly
Best Piate Gravenstelns — Plat
. these schools should be adapted to
live on n lower plane—live In sin; for
Evler Brown; Class B—Luther King.
g use of all the people.” His plea
ing spirits,’’ "demons." will bare
Extra special prizes—Flying ma
Groat, W. M.
“They did eat and talked with Abra the angela are sexless, though always much to do with bringing about the
for equal opportunity for edu- Junction.
chine model, Nourvian Kennedy; bird
ham." They had human powers though
on, and he claimed that there has
house, Willie Machen; centre table,
great “time of trouble** with which
Hertsche, E. A.
i too mtich training for profes- R. E. Grant, Springfield.
still spirit beings. When they dema Ix>rd declares that those begotten of this Gospel Age will rad. before the
Plate Jonathans—F. L. Blair Flegal; boat, — Edblom.
the holy Nplrlt, who during thia age
Ingerettuon. Jake P. .
Waite, Eugene; C. F. Grant, Spring-’ First prize for districts, three • Jensen, Gene.
Genesis vl, 1-2. Informs ns tho» this sbnll attain to tho resurrection of the complete Inauguraffem of Messiah'«
teachers or more—Springfield, No.
privilege of materialization for the as dead, tho “First Resurrection." will lie Empire and the btisllng of Natan (Iler
Best Plate Kings—G. T. Ray, Eu- 100.
Kelley, D. R.
elation xx. 4i Tta- Inthnatlon la that
Silk Quilts—Clara Traxler, Mrs. gene; C. L. Olson, Eugene.
Three teachers or less—Coast Fork
sistance o< mankind »vua eventually •*11ko unte tho angels" In aevornl re
Lamont, Capt. J. B. (two)
s|M*cts—one of these Inilng that they the trouble here will l>e short and
No. 103, organ; Laurel Home, No.
Ladj Apple—J. Beebe, Eugene.
law, Miss Hadie.
Worsted Quilts—Mrs. A. Jarey, of
Best Plate Black 'Twigs—Mrs I 111.
opportunity for sinful 1ntereo«i-»e with will neither marry nor be given In sharp, aa In the days of Noah The
Lyon, Mrs. Olive.
Cottage Grove; Mrs. L. B. Jordan, , Simmons. Junction.
but be without sexual dis declaration of the Apostle that tbr»e
Best arrangement of exhibits—
humanity. The time at which this be ninrrlnge.
avll spirits will l>e In chains of dart
Best Plate Northern Spy—G. T Laurel Home.
Leather Quilts—Mrs. B. Pluman, , Ray. Eugene; C. L. Olsen. Eugene.
Best individual collections, Class
ness until the Judgment of the Great
pression, “When men began to multi
Junction City; Zelpha Zimmerman,
Best Plate Red-Cheek Pippins—F A—Pearl Wheeler, Hettle Wheeler,
McDonald, P. J.
spiritualists hold their seances, cither bay leaves room for the Inference that
L. Waite; A. Needham, Eugene.
McFarlin, Mrs. Dora.
when the Judgment of live Great Day
Bed Linens—Mrs. Robert Pratt,
safely be estimated at about a thou In absolute darkness nr In a very faint
Best Plate Red Spitzenberg—G Wheeler, Frank Maughn, Lucile
the chains o) darkness will be
Eugene; Mabie Simmons.
Ray, Eugene; C. F. Grant, Spring
sand years after Adam’s creation and
broken. If. therefor«, we have the
Pillow Slips—Hemstitched—Clare ! field.
Ethel Kingwell; Class B—Glen Wood.
fall. This would leave a period of OK Its are getting more nnd more power
right understanding of thia matter
Best Plate 'Waxens—A. C. Wells
Asters, Class A—Madge Humbert,
years to the flood. It was approxl of materialization and that Boon they
Parsing, Miss Mary.
Pilow Slips—Hand Made—Mrs. E. . Eugene; Platt Bros., Thurston.
great events are n«-ar nt hand Nplrlt
Ethel Kingwell; Class B—Lucile
mately during that long period that
B. McElroy, Mrs. Beckwith.
Best Plate Winter Banana—H Smith, Lucile Smith.
day light nnd go about ninongst hu mediums are already declaring that
Ramsey, Frank M.
Set Table Linens—Claire Deyoe. Welbke Junction; Clarence Koon, of
Sewing Apron, Class A—Madge' Renninger, Mrs. Jennie.
the spirits tell them that they will
daughters of men. took to themselves manlty na momlx-rs of the race. We
Napkins—Mrs. Robert McMurph- ■ Junction.
Humbert, Hildred Inman; Class B—
be able to materlnllzr In brond
for wives all that they chose of the
Best Plate Wolf Rivers—A. Grib Elsie Holverson, Emma Beals.
restrain these fallen angels, these de daylight. With the power to counter
Fancy Apron—Anna Hammeriken, , iskov, Eugene; J. E. Gardner, Eu
Handkerchiefs, Class A—Madge
Sharp. J. W.
mona Ida poWPr fo rcatraln them from feit and personate humanity wlint may
Mrs. F. G. Smldt.
Humbert, Hildred Inman; Class B—
children to them. The same became
Shanks, Mrs. W. L.
materializing nnd thus doing grout Ihls not mean In the way of deception
Handkerchiefs—Juanita Wilkins, ,
Best Plate Yellow Bellflower—H Esther King, Ione Matthews.
mighty men which were of old men of harm In the world. Nevertheless, we mentioned by our Ixird, who declares
Simmons, Mrs. Beck.
•Mrs. Anna Wilkins.
C. Bushnell, Junction; W. C. Myers
Bird house. Class A—Willie Mach-! South, Mrs. Will.
renown—nnd giants. We remember wonder If they will not be permitted that It will I m * so strong that It would
Baby Dress—Mrs. Frank McAlis- ■ Springfield.
en, Walter Gossler; Class B—Dale
St. I-aw retire, Mrs. F.
that at thnt early day human life was by God to find some greater powers deceive even the "very elect’* were
t ter, O. P. Quinn.
Best Plate Newton Pippins—Soren Humbert, Albert Kull.
Thorp, Mrs. Ella.
much longer than now and thnt man of materialization, contrary to tin* DI they not specially protected and gul<*.
Corset Cover—Mrs. Frank McAl - Jensen, Junction; A. C. Neilsen, o
ister. Mrs. G. H. Owens.
hood was scarcely reached before a vino decree, that tbelr course In this ed.
I Suit Underwear—Mrs. McPherson, ,
Evaporated Prunes—Eugene Frul NEW ORLEANS WINS
nnd that few became fathers matter may more particularly mani
We remind you alao of the great
sooner; nnd when we remember also fret to what extent some of them stride which Hplrlrtam, Occultism and
! Mrs. W. E. McElroy.
Three Varieties of Peaches—J
Williamson, Miss Naomi.
have changed nnd reformed and do raychic Science have made within the
Beebe Beebe also second on green
are not mentioned ns boys, but men. sire to l,e obedient, for Instance, while last few ye„rs. These now number
J. L. PAGE, P. M.
mighty men, renowned men. It gives others are still na opposed to God and amongst their friends and advocates
Minnie Bond, Ada McMurphev.
Judges: Wm. Kerr, Eugene and
New Orleans, Sept. 17.—New Or
FARMERS TAKE NOTICE
Salt Rising Bread—Mrs. F. E. W. C. Myers. Springfield.
the thought that the angels, without righteousness ns ever There Is room some of the brightest scientific minds.
leans is the winner of the 1910 pen-!
Chambers. Mrs. A. Wilkins.
Clerk: Ernest Donner.
Divine permission, had really stnrted
I he low rate from the east to to propngnte a new race and thnt their for this underetsndlng |n the state One of these, Prof. James, of Harvard
Potato Yeast Bread—Mrs. W. R.
Pears—Bartletts, Mrs. Simson;
Simson; nant in the Southern Association of
Wilson, Mrs. Cartmel.
Beurre De Anjou, A. Needam, G. E the baseball clubs, the big league of Oregon tarts on September J 5. They progeny was much stronger than that ment of the Apostle thnt the chains of t olhge, recently, before, dying, d.*
the south, the season for the organi will buy many farms. I have sold
Steam Brown Bread—Mrs. M. Denman. Beurre
I ' arkness were to control them until dared that he would srieedlly ,’om-
Clalrgean. ’ J.
of the poor. Adamic stock.
’be Great Day not nreosanrily ( h (, munhnte with hla friends
Bond, Mrs. A. Wilkins.
Beebe, F. L. Waite.
Fall Butter, zation closing with today’s game. The several this summer. I expect to sell
Layer Cake—Mrs. M. Bond Mrs John Maughn. Winter Nellis. F. L. Pelicans started out well and have •several more. If yOII will list yotir The disregard of Divine Law meant nini f.a7-»*rhaP« "t "» very begin the newspapers tell aa that he has I m >-
kept in the lead throughout the arm or acreage tract with me be- thnt the strength of three giants would nlng they mBy
C. C. Culler.
permitted to gain gun to communicate, but the medJuma
Waite, R. E. Davidson.
h',y 8an>e, I will do my best to be used selfishly and the licentious ex oertaln liberties nnd do „ certain claim that he has difficulty In operat
Loaf Cake—Mrs. J. W. Kays, Mrs
Peaches—Early Crawford, P. J. season, although on one of two occa
Bollen. Alberta, Sky Meeks, C. L. sion the Atlanta team appeared to 11 it for you. Come in and see me ample of the angels had a demoral amount of Injury to humanity, to all ing through them, iM-caus«* of the great
have a chance to gain the league pen , ,n ??" J'orne f® town MX office izing effect upon the children of Adam,
Coffee Cake Mrs. Beckwith.
Olsen. Late Crawford, C. L. Olsen. nant.
who are not attentive t„ th„ Wor(1 of force and power of his Intellect nnd
1» in the front, end of the Hoffman
Pumpkin Pli -Mrs. M. Bond.
Muer, John Maughn, Mrs. Simmons
nnd who. therefore, will not that they must gradually become able
noure, corner of 9th and Willamette
Mince Pie— ■Mrs. Klussman.
Foster, James Gravelie.
All this is stated and Implied fn the “no'y w'»i these spirits nre-thnt they to nd ns his medtamn. From the Bible
Another cigar stand has been In
Fruit Cake- -Mrs. M. Bond. Mrs
J- W. ZIMMERMAN
Italian Prune—Mrs. Wm. Bim-
words. "And God saw thnt the wicked £ ™?,,eB "ngeK ’he
standpoint nil this la n fraud a de-,
mons, James Gravelie. Sugar prune stalled In the lobby of the Hotel Os-
ness of man wa, great In the earth,
Angel Cake—Mrs. J. W. Kaya —James Gravelie. Petite prunes__ ithu’ tt3? Tm" 10
crptlon but not on the part of the
Mrs. J. Parker.
Mrs. W. Simmons, C. L. Olsen. Sfl- slb.e fixture in a well-regulated ho; Dr. Bell’s AntlsepticSalve nnd thnt every Imagination of the
mediums who are themselves deceived
“Wlck.d Spirits,** -Lying Spirits."
thoughts of hla heart was only evil
Good for al! fikin Diseases.
These are the term, „«ed In tbe but on th part of the fnllen angels,
eho are thus tricking hrnnanlty.
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