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FOREST GROVE PRESS
N A T IO N A L B A N K
Only Roll of Honor Bank in Washington County
C A P IT A L
CO M M ERCIAL
THE SPOKANE INTERSTATE FAIR
Tickets on Saie
0n3 Waak’s Carnival of Kindly S.iorls
U. S. Troop Maneuvers, National Indian Congress, Poultry-
men's Convention. Derbj Day, Custer’s Last S.and, Polo
Gamas, Water Carnival, Masic by 72nd Saafnrth H : A -
lander’s Band, Big Races, j
Q i'ckist aid Mr>i Comfortable Route is Via
“The Nirih Sink Rjad”—Line of Superior Service]
L"mjt2d Trains Dsy and N ijlii
R. H. Crozier, A. G. P. A.
J E. Farmer
Forest Grove, Ore.
H. T. G I L T N E R ’ S I
Slaple and Fancy Groceries
The very be3t at the Right Price
“ T H E Q U A L IT Y S T O R E ”
SO U T H M A IN STREET
J I . • ¿L j m ~ S •
FOREST G R O V E
Gun Metal and Kid.
Phone No. 642 Forest Grove, Or,
Button and Fincher.
The Kind That Wear
end Give SaHa.'ac’ion
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
0t,r w o n d e r h o s e
FOR S A T IS FA C TIO N
FOUR Pairs will wear f -r 1 U l'R Months.
H 05S 2E 1R Y
f ■"•<'> -
Girls a n d
Young Ladle; for School Wear. Fine Qualities
Many Talteim and Shades to
Select from at RigFt Prices
C a p lb ! astd Sur|îE” 3
When in need o f some more
stationary cal on the
PRESS job department. Envel-
op s, cards, letterheads, circular
let :er . (.ill heads etc.
S >u k ty stationary o f correct
tylo and neat appearenee may
e obtained from the P re £S job
, i ,
, " anted
cnanan yard, rifteen days pick-
big. Cabins furnished campers,
" ;B °r tree. Wagon to and
from Forest Grove. Leave names
a? the Bazaar or at my f..;m. J.
A. B uchanan .
U. S. D E P O S IT O R Y .
P U R D Y ’S - G O O D G O O D S g
K. of P. B U ILD IN G
FOREST GRGVE UNDERTAKING CO.
J. S. Buxton, Manager
Pont pass us when looking for S c h o o l S hoes
ery mouth, for by the law is I lie kuowl and Third street, J. B. Holmes,
pastor. Sunday School IU a. m.,
•dge o f sin (Rom. iii. 19. 20t.
" I f there I id been a law given which J. A.
ould have ; Iven life, verily rlghteour Communion and preaching at 11
ness should have been by the law " a. m.; Christian Endeavor 7 p.
iGul iii. 21 1 . Rut it is evident that uo m., Kennard Dixon, president;
A ll kinds o f survey
nan is Justified liy tlie law iu the sight evening sermon
at 8 p. m.
ing and reaping.
of God. for as many ns are of the Week day services: Officers and
works of the law are under tlie curse,
Subdivisions a si ec-
teachers’ meeting on Tuesday
or it is wrtteu, "Cursed is every one
lint coutinueth not in all things which
are written iu the hook o f tlie law to Mr. George Jackson, leader, each
H. B. GLAISYER,
do them.” But Christ hath redeemed Wednesday evening; prayer ser
Hoffman & Allen Bld’g
us from tlie curse of the law, being vice each Thursday evening;
made a eurse for us. The law brings the ladies o f the church meet
us nil in guilty ami leads ns to n .ir h t ' e a c h W e d n e s d a y a ft e r n o o n
Fot est Grove, Cre.
j ihtit «e tr'giit la- justified by fialtli 2:30; the C. W, R. M, meets the
(Gal III, 10-13. jt, -jr.i
iu- alone of first Tuesday afternoon o f each1
all men kept tlie law perfectly iu niOIlth ; the board of offlCOfiS ftlOPt
thought, word and
ibec" n,*‘ on the first Monday evening of
the end of
tlie law ® *d
to every one that bellevetb hut there fach month
A Cordial invtta-
always have been ami still are those t,o n 18 extended to all to share in
who. bt*ing ignorant of (.»oil's righteous- tilOSC SOI \ ices,
FOREST G R O V E , O R E G O N
ness and going about to establish their
own righteousness, have not submitted oT. A n th o n y ’ s C hurch : Rev.
themselves puto the righteousness of J. R. Buck, pastor.
i òn ! (Rom x. 3. 4i.
Forest Grove: Mess on the
Su, li are all those who talk about first and fourth Sundays o f the
salvation by eliarjeter and the Go.den month at 8:30 a m .; Mas.; on the
Rule as their creed and tlie Sermon on second and third Sundays o f the
the Mount go,«| enough for them They
month at 10/30 a. m .; every week
have not not Led that tlie first ntter-
II e of Christ on that occasion shuts day at 8 a. m.
their months, for where Is their pov sermon every Sunday 7:30 p m.
Cornelius: Mass on the first
erty of spirit while they talk o f Inc--
g >o,l they are and liovv much good Sunday o f the month at 10:30 a.
li.; Mass on the second and third
Let us eonslder the giving of the law Sundays of the month at 8 a. m.
more fully, for In this series or lessons
Gaston: Mass on the fourth
-ve have nothing In connection with lunday o f tlie month at 10:30 a.
tlie tabernacle, every whit of which
11 . (Note: A fifth Sunday in a
B oard of D irectors :
iitterelli His glory and specks of Him
occurring, the time and
who Is Hi,, true Tabernacle <!'s xxiv
dace for the masses will be an
Geo. M ’zrer
9. margin: Ueb vili. 2» The principal
T. W. Sain
W. K. Newell
Catechism: In For-
vessel in tlie taborna-de was ilie ark nounced.)
L. J. Cori
of tlie eoYonant. and it « a s made to •st Grove on Friday at 3 p. m .;
n Cornelius on Saturday ¡it 4 p.
contain tlie law. which Israel so quick
W. H. Hollis
broke, as « , . shall see in our next n.
Confession: Saturday at 4
E. W. Haines
Moses and Aaron. N d a b and ind 7 p. m.
A ltar Society: A
Abilin and seventy of the elders of Is general meeting o f the society
niel went up Into tlie mount, and it is will be held on the first Wednes-
writ leu that they saw (Jml and did eat
lay o f January April, July and
and drink (Ex. xxiv, ©-ill. This, ip the
J ob W ork , done properly and
V anted Tiie P ress desires
Sermons are always in
light o f John I. IS, tells us that they
secure a live correspondent irr
sdw the Son o f God.
Lv ryone, regardless
every community in Washington
Joshua seems to have waited some Sund iv.
fe r e 'd . is cbrdially invited to Satisfaction g u a r a n t e e d and county. Send in your application
where, for « e do not read of him again
till Moses come* down Jro:u the uiquut ,
THE C E LE B R A T E D
E Q U IT Y A N D P R O B A T E O N L Y
after forty days and nights, with the
Physicians and Surgeons
Office Hoffman Bldg. Pacific Ave.
tables in bis hands. He bud received
22 First Ave. No-th
Ind. Phone 502
full instructions concerning the taber
Phone: Office 40x
nacle and Its furniture. As they came
down from 'he mount the people, who
Lesson XI.— Third Quarter, For
said are seen worshiping the gulden
D R. C. E. W A L K E R
Sept. 14, 1913.
calf, and Moses, to impress upon them
whut they were doing, threw down the
South of Court House
tallies and broke them.
By tlie command of the Lord he made
THE INTERNATIONAL SERIES.
two tables like tlie first, went up Into
Treatment by Special Appoint
the mount again and remained another
Text of the Lesson, Ex. xx, 12-21. forty days and nights, while God wrote
Memory Verses, 12-17—Golden Text, again the ten words, hut this time he
Luke x, 27—Commentary Prepared was told to put them in the ark that
by Rev. D. M. Stearns.
they might lie kept unbroken (Ex
H. W . Vollmer, M. D.
xxiv. !l IS ; xxxlv. 1-3. 2S; xxxil. 17:
Contiuuiug our study or the two ta
Forest Grove, Ugn.
Dent. ix. lit II. 17: x. 1-fii. What the
Physician and Surgeon
bles giveu to Muses, we will look first people could not do tlie ark did. Christ
Office in Abbott Bldg.
at (lie six remaining commandments is our ark. and our mercy seat, and our
Forest Grcve, Ogn.
and then at wliut is written concerning priest, and our sacrifice.
E. B. Tongue,
tile relation of the whole to the sinner
and tile saint. The fifth command is
repealed and applied to believers to
day in Epli vi. 1-3. In reference to the
sixth. “ Thou »halt not kill.” our Lord
vV. Q. Tucker, M . D.
taught that it was dangerous even to
la- angry, and in I John iii. ir>. we read
Physician end Surgeon
The subject o f the morning Dr. E. J. Crowthers
that "whosoever hateth his brother is
promptly day or night
a tunrderer." In reference to the sev address by Rev. Thomas at the
Physician and Surgeon
Phone: O nce 2/1. Residence 283.
enth Matt. v. 28. reaches that it mnv Congregational church will be Calls answered day and night
he broken by even a look. As to the
O.fiee in Jackson Pharmacy
eighth, tile question is asked in Mat “ Serving God and Man” and in
Cornelius, Ore. Dr. H. R. Kauffman
iii. 8. "W ill a niati roll God?" and t.ie (he evening “ The
Physician & Surgeon
answer is. "Y e have robbed Me in pute.”
tithes and offerings.”
Forest Grove N a t’l Bank Building:
V/. M. Langley & Son
Many a man who would not lie guilty (Tor all churches who hold regular services in this
Phone Main 0131
of stealing a dime or a nickel robs God city. The proper authorities are requested to
Forest Grove, Ore.
of His Sabbath day by finding his own send in their announcement early each week.)
pleasure in it and is meaner than .In-
Forest Grove, Ogn. R. M. Erwin, M. D.
gob in refusing to give lat k to God at S eventh D ay A dventist : Third
least a tenth of that which God has Street.
Regular services of Sab
Physician and Surgeon
so bountifully given to him. A good
bath Day, 10:30 a. m. Sabbath W . B. COON, V. S.
comment on the ninth is found in Zacti
Tamiesie B idding
3d and Main Sts.
vii, p); viii. 17, where we are forbidden School; 11:30 a. m. church servi
O ffice on 1 st S t .
even to Imagine evil in our hearts
Between Pacific and 1st Ave. S.
against a brother or a neighbor. If any evening 8 p. m.
H aving bought out Dr. Feeley, Vet
testify falsely against us it gives ” s Wednesday evening 8 p. m.
erinarian, I wish to notify the public
fellowship with tlie Lord Jesus, against cordial invitation extended to all. that I am prepared to answer all calls, S. T. Linklater, M. B., C. M.
whom false witnesses were hired io
day or night.
testify, even as it had been predicted. F irst C ong regatio nal : Rev. Phone Main 95
Physician and Surghon
F orest G ro ve , O re
"False witnesses did rise up: they laid D. T. Thomas, pastor.
to my charge tilings that I knew not" School 9:45 a. m.. Morning Wor
(I’s. xxxv, 11; Matt, xxvl, .V.l-Cli.
ship 11 a. m., Junior C. E. 3 p.
As to covetousness, it was on that m., Intermediate C. E. and Y P. j
A cre T racts in Sun Set
point that Paul saw his sinfulness
S C. E. 7 p. m., Evening
Elmer H. Smith, M. D., D. O.
Ilium vii, 7i and afterward wrote that
to Forest Grove
covetousness is idolatry (Col. iii. iii vice, 8 p. m.
to be sold on terms. W. W.
Our Lord said. "Take heed and he
ware of covetousness, for a man's life bedltily welcome,
Ireland, Hoffman Building
«‘onsistelb not in tin* abundance of the
' Calls answered day or night.
Hillsboro National Bank B1 Ig.
things which lie possesseur* (Luke xii. F irst M ethodist : Hiram Gould
ir».i From tlie voice of <iod and the PBS to r. S u n d a y School 9:45 a.
rhntideriiigs ami the lightnings and tb m., Mr. Schramel, Superintend- THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FO
noise of tile trumpet the people reniov- ent; Preaching Services 11 a. tn. ,
advertising by the
U and stood afar off. and Moses alone Epworth League 7 p. m Even-
J. O. Robb, M. B. Tor.
divw neat (verses ts-2ii
The law is j n g P r e a c h in g S e r v i c e s p. m .,
'i r *
Holy atal just and good (Rom. vii. 12i Prayer Meeting Thursday even
Physician and Surgeon
G E N E R A L O FF IC E S
and sets forth tlie holiness without
ing. All are cordially invited to
Phone City 384
which no mail van see God
It is so
holy that no mere mortal man ever
BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES Rooms 4 and 5, Pchulmerich B'dg.
kept it or could keep it. for it brings us
F irst C hristian C hurch : First
ail in guilty before God and shuts ev
Dr. D. W . W ard
Dr. E. B. Brookbank
Ch:rch Locals and Notices
Sept. 13 and 17 Return Liniit, Sept. 23
J. N. Hoffman
H. E. F E R R IN , as st . C ashikr
T. G. T O D D
J. W .F U Q U A
Excursion R a le s to
PR O FE SSIO N A L AND
A U o m ey-a t-L on
A N D S A V IN G S A C C O U N TS
J. A. T H O R N B U R G H
J O H N E. B A II.E Y -
V ice P res .
W. W. M c E L D O W N E Y - C ashier
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1913