THE FALLS CITY NEWS. APRIL 10, HUE 4 [GIO 7 SCIENTIFÏC SKETCHES HUMAN PR0GR1 GET USE sooow: PR IN TE D If you do not want seporate stationery for each member of the family, at least you should have the name of the head of your family on it. GODS GLOBY IN THE HEAVENS "T he rev eren ce of Jeh o v ah Is th e beginning of w isd o m ” Only th e foolish say In th e ir h eart. ‘T h e r e is no God.” “ Day un to day u tte re tb speech, an d nig h t unto n ig h t show etb know l edge.” “T h e heavens d ecla re th e glory of G od.”—I'su lm s 111:10; 14:1; 18:1. 2. An ap p reciatio n of th e Infinite P ow er of th e C reato r au d of o ur ow n little n e ss should m ake us teachable. T h e stu d y of C reation Is th e "K ey of K now ledge.” U sing th is Key we begin to realise th a t th e only w o rth y am bition Is to co o p erate wltb o u r C re a to r's beneficent d esig n s resp ectin g U ls C reation. The p la n e ts of o ur S ystem com pared w ith o u r Sun are as nothing Im agine the S u n ’s d ia m e te r th a t of a large flour bar rel: J u p ite r would co m p are as a sm all orange. E a rth aud Venus a s peas, and M ercury a n d M ars as ra sp b e rry seeds. T h e Sun Is th re e h u n d red th o u san d tim es th e sire of our E arth . A tra in a t th irty m iles an hour could go aro u n d the E a rth In one m o u th , b u t n early leu y e a rs w ould be required for It to tra v e l th e circ u m fe re n c e of th e Sun. O ur d a y and n ig h t a re th e re su lt o f th e E a rth 's ro tatio n on tta ow n ax is, w hile its m otion around th e Sun m ark s o ur year P la n e ts n e a re r th e Sun have s h o rte r o rb its, and hence, shorter years, w hile rem ote ones have longer y e a r s A y e a r on the p la n e t M ercury w ould equal th re e o f o ur m onths. On N eptune, fa rth e s t oft, a y e a r eq u a ls 1<M of E a rth 's years. Yet o u r Sun Is only one of th e /Lred ila r t, o f w hich th e most up-to-date astronom ical m e th o d s estlm u te th e re a re one hundred an d tw enty-five m illions. A round each of th e se ilsed i t a n un doubtedly revolves a p la n e ta ry S ystem like o u r own. T hus reckoned, th e re a re o n e th o u san d m illion w orlds. E ven this is n o t th e lim it. I f we should sta n d upon th e fa rth e s t an d dim m eat s ta r, w e should no d o u b t from th e re see as m any more beyond. W e a re ap p alled a t th e g re a tn e ss of th e U niverse. T h e sodiacaJ sig n s Illu stra te v ario u s sectio n s of th e heavens visible a t d iffe re n t sea sons. IN ON • • • If it is a private letter the printing heading could be just your name and below it the name of your town, thus: James W. Andrews Bath, Mo. « # • Then all members of the family could use it for their private correspondence. • • • The cost is no greater than you art? continually paying for stationery m hen you buy it in small lots. • • • We make you low prices on lots of 260, 600 or 1000, with envelopes to match, and also printed. • # # You can have it either plain or fancy, and in single sheets or the fashionable fold, as you desire. T H IS ! STATIO NERY H ER E'S THE WHY OF ITi Fashion is inexorable in its decrees, und fashion has decreed that you have your name and postoffice address neatly printed on your stationery. • • • This does not apply alone to the business or professional man. but to every man and wo man or young man and young woman who writes a letter. Of course not every person obeys the dic tates‘of fashion, but to be considered up-to- date you should do so. It is but question of time when your print ed stationery will be as much a part 01 youf personal equipment as your hat or your tie. It is better to lead than follow, for the being of u leader indicates that you have both character and iniative. Neatly printed stationery is an assurance that your name will be correctly spelled, that there will be no mistake in your postoffice ad dress. and that your mail will be returned to you in the event of its non-delivery. • • • Strangers to whom you may be writing will not be required to puzzle over your signa ture, or your address, and errors will be few. J)' Witch this space! Beginning next week, it will contain a coupon each week for six months. Each coupon will be worth five cents to you. Watch for them and save>them. No. 1. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Notice is hereby given that the undersigned M. L. Thompson, has been duly appointed by the County Court of the State of Oregon for the County of Polk, administrator of the estate of W. B. Officer, deceased, and has qualified. All persons having c l a i m s against the said estate are here by required to present them,duly verified, with the proper vouch ers, within six months from the date of this notice, to the said administrator, at his drug store in the city of Falls City, in said County. Dated and first published, March 27. 1915. M. L. T hompson , Administrator of the estate of W- B. Officer, deceased. Oscar Hay ter. Attorney for administrator. KEALEKTATEFOItKALE No. 1. 71-2 acres adjoining Falls City on County road. Good 7-room house, city water; barn Office hours: Daily, except Sun and chicken park; young orchard day, 8 a m. to 6.30 p.m. in hearing, small fruit. All fenced Mail arrives, from and 3$ acres in cultivation. No Salem 8.50 a.m., 5:&5 p.m. waste land. Time on part. Post Office Time Card Mail arrives from Dallas, 8:50 Mail closes for Salem, 9:00 a m,. 1 p. m. and 5:00 p. m. Mail closes for Dallas 9:00 a. in and 5:00 p. m. Mail doses for Black Rock 11:00 a. m. Mail arrives from Black Rock 2 p. m. No. 2. 80 acres mountain land, 11 miles out on County road. 25 acres in cultivation, 20 acres big second-growth fir. Good 5-room house, barn, outbuildings. Fruit, and berries; 125 prune trees. Al so, good team, wagon, harness and some household goods. Will give time on part. S unday O nly No. 3. 35 acres near town. 15 Mail arrives from Salem, 8:50 in cultivation. Good 8-room house a. m. barn and henhouse. Bearing or Mail closes for Salem, 9.00 a m. chard. Some good second-growth Office hours: Sunday only, 9:30 fir. Time on part. to 10:80 a.m: No. 5. 160 acres in Lincoln Co., Effective September 4, 1914. 5 miles from railroad, on County I ka C. M eh k lin g , P ostm aster road. Small cabin and barn; 4 acres in cultivation and 60 more R H E U M A T I C can be cultivated. 350 3-year old S U F F E R E R S English walnut trees. Good spring Good house for rale in Falls 1 that would furnishs fine water H IV ER QUICK City, part time. Enquire at News Pain leaves almost i power. School 3 mile, 8 month as if by magic when office. term with contract for two more you begin using "5- years. This will make an ideal Drops," the famousold W alter L. Toole, Jr., Lawyer, remedy for Rheuma stock and dairy ranch and can be Dallas, Oregon. If. tism, Lumbago, Gout, bought at a bargain. Terms. Sciatica, N e u r a lg ia FOR SALE—Victor talking m a chine. $10 will buy a Victor talk ing machine with 10 records. Can be seen at News office. Get your butter wrappers p rin t ed a t the News office For Rent— Dwelling house. Ap ply at News office. Extra copies of The News are printed each week, and will be sent to any address desired, postpaid, for 5 cent6 per copy. and kindred troubles. It goes right to the spot, stops the aches and pains and makes life worth living. Get a bottle of "5-Drops'’ today. A booklet with each bottle gives full d i r e c t i o n s for use. Don't delay. Demand "5-Drops ” Don't ac cept anything else in place of it. A ny d ru g gist can supply yon. If you live too far from a drug store send One Dollar to S i inson Rheumatic C ure Co . Newark, Ohio, and a bottle of “5-Drops” will be sect prepaid. No. 6. 153 acres near town. Good house and barn. Will sell all or divide to suit buyer. . No. 9. 20 acres } miles from town. Good 6-room house and outbuildings. 15 acres in cultiva tion; 11 acres in apples, 21 acres in peaches, cherries, pears and strawberries. Plenty of wood for fuel. No. 10- Six lots 50x150, three room house, hen house, some fruit and strawberries. Cash andterms. No. 11. 130 acre ranch. 60 acres in cultivation, 25 in timber balance slashed. 12 acres in hops. Good house and hop house, barn and other outbuildings. No. 12. 17 acres, 10 in cultiva tion, 5 room house, barn and chicken house. T w o springs, water piped to house, hot and cold water and bath. 6 acres in young orchard. 2 acres big second growth fir. Spring affords water sufficient to irrigate onehalf of the land. This land lays just out side of the city limits of Falls City. A bargain. 8-room house with 5 lots. Price $1800; part time. For further information, call on or write to D. L Wood. Falls City, Dreg. ♦—♦ • ♦—•--- --- Correspondents wanted in every iitugliborliood in this suction ul me country. Whole Family Benefited By Wonderful Reined; There are many little things t annoy us. under present condition of life. The hurry, hard wort noise and atrain all tell on us an tend to provoke nervousness an irritability.. We are frequently a worn out we can neither eat, slee nor work with any comfort. W are out of line with ourselves an< others as well. A good thing to do under sue! circumstances is to take aomethini like Dr. Mile«' Anti-Pain Pill» No. 13. 12 acres 1J miles from to relieve the strain on the nerve! town, all under fence and in culti Mrs. J. B. Hartsfield, 8j Plum St. vation; 8-room house and barn. Atlanta Ga., writes: "I have on several occasions beat This plate can be sold one-third vastly relieved by the ura of your mad cash, purchaser to assume mort iclnes, espe. tally the Anti-Pain Pills which I keep constantly on hand to gage now on the place. Can give the use of myeelf, husband and twi sons. Nothing In the neorld equals than you a bargain. as a headache rented)/ Often I an No. 14. 33$ acres of land, 21 acres plow land, 7 acres in timber balance pasture. 8-room house, woodshed, chicken house; 6 acres young orchard in bearing. Price $4,300. Will take one-half in Dal las or Salem residence property and give time on one-fourth. No. 8. Two good 8-room houses and lots, some fruit trees with one. These are among the most desirable residences in the city. No. 15. Six-room house, wood They are of modern construction shed with about one acre land. and desirably located. Reasona Price $900, $300 cash, balance on ble terms on part if desired. Will time. North Main Street. One sell one or both. anabled by the uae of one or two o the Pills to continue my housewor) when otherwise I would be In bed Mi husband joins me In my praise of thi Anti-Pain Pills and Nts-vlne.” Dr. Mile*’ Anti-Pain Pill* are relied upon to relieve pain, nervousness and irritability in thou sands of households. Of proven merit after twenty years' use, you can have no reason for being longei without them. ,, At all Druggists, 28 dots« 24 cents. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind.