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THE SEVENTH DAY OB EPOCH
In th is p resen tatio n , we a re follow ing a line of th o u g h t which
seems to be grow ing In acceptance am ong Bible s tu d e n ts We
a re living In the S ev en th C reativ e Epoch, or D ay—th a t began
w here the S ixth D ay closed, a fte r C od had c re a te d Adam Ui Ills
own Im age a n d likeness —O eu esis 1:20. 27.
God th e re rested from Ills w ork—from creatin g
He fo re
knew th e perm ission of Sin an d its d ire effects upon bum aulty.
H e foreknew the step s li e would ta k e In providing ultim ately a
R edeem er fo r th e race, and th a t th e R edeem er would select a
little com pany of believers, figuratively sty le d the Bride of
C h ris t To th is R edeem er an d U is B ride, God Inteuded to give
th e dom inion, control o f E a rth
God purposed th a t M essiah's
K ingdom of R ighteousness should e v en tu a lly u p lift th e willing
an d o b ed ien t from Sin an d D eath conditions.
G od retted from H is w ork o f c re a tiu g In th a t H e did not a c ­
tively em ploy H is P o w e r to o v erth ro w Sin and u plift m auklud
God rested th e m a tte r In th e b an d s o f th e R edeem er, Jesu s, to
be accom plished th ro u g h Ills sacrifice for sins an d Ills glorious
Reign fo r th e release of m an k in d from Sin an d D eath. T he
C hurch, G od's new creatio n of th is rett period. Is H eavenly, not
e a rth ly ¿—2 C o rin th ian s 5:17; H e b re w s 3:1; 4:1-4.
It Is claim ed th a t, according to th e Bible chronology, six
th o u sa n d y e a rs from A dam b a re a lread y p a sse d If so, the
th o u sa n d y ears of M essiah's R eign, w hich Is to close th e g reat
S eventh E poch-D ay, is n e a r a t b a n d
A ccording to th is b e a u tifu l th eo ry , th e w ork of M essiah In
H is th o u sa n d -y e a r R eign soon to begin will com plete the Crea
tion. N ot only will th e race be bro u g h t to hum an perfection,
b u t In cid en tally m an w ill have o b tain ed th e needed experience
In resp e c t to good a n d evil. M eantim e, also, th e E a rth will be
g rad u ally com ing to a sta te o f p erfectio n —P a ra d ise restored
w orld-w ide
Both h u m an p erfection an d th e perfection of the
E a rth w ere fittingly re p re se n te d In Eden, w hen A dam w as In
his M a k e r's Im age—a K ing
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D A Y S O « M Y F R I E N D S . ” p r i c e 75 c e n t s
T h i s b e a u t i f u l b o o k fa p u b l i s h e d to
d o g o o d —n o t flor p r o f it
It c o n t a i n s a n a p p r o p r i a t e S c r i p t u r e t e x t a n d c o m m e n t
f o r e v e r y d a y In t h e y e a r , w i t h s p a c e s f o r a u t o g r a p h s o p p o s ite , etc . H a n d ­
s o m e l y b o u n d , g ilt e d g e s
S a m p l e o n d i s p l a y a t t h e office o f t h i s p a p e r
Neutrality
( Continued from page 1 )
To Caesar A. Rodney.
FIRMNESS; ARE WE LACKING
. . . Their (the English) mer­ A reputation for firmness is a
chants established among us the
valuable asset, not only for an
bonds by which ouf own are indù ¡dual, blit for a nation also.
chained to their fe d and the
There was a time when an order
banking combinations interwoven
or
ultimatum issued by the United
with the whole, have shown the
States
government was taken se­
extent of their control. . . This
is the British influence to which riously by other nations, knowing
! am an enemy, and which we Uncle Samuel was always ready
must subject to our government to enforce bis demands. This
or it will subject us to that of j
reputation has, hertofore, kept
Great Britain.
This was written in March, i her at peuce with the world and
1815. It was prophetic. E. K.) yet command respect.
During the civil war the French
invaded Mexico against the pro­
tests of the United States. When
the war was over and America
had control of the seas and her
armies were ready to he turned
Into Mexico the French promptly
retired.
In the boundary dispute be-
Every Second Man In the Coun­ teween
Great Britain and Vene­
zuela the former proceeded against
try Is Now a Reiugaa.
the latter in defiance of the ex­
pressed wish of America until
PEOPLE IN WANT OF FOOD. 1’resident Cleveland sent his Ven­
ezuela message, ' ‘Arbitrate or
tight." 'I he British chose the for­
R o b e r t C r o z ie r L o n g M a k e s E x t e n d e d
mer.
T o u r o f C o u n t r y e n d F in d » G re e t
Germany hoisted her flag over
D e v a s t a t io n
and
Much
S u f f e r in g .
T e lle E x a c t l y W h a t H e H a » S e e n a n d the customhouse
of Venezuela
W h a t P e o p le Fa ce .
against the expressed wish of
London.—B obert C rozier Long, an- i America. President Roosevelt as­
tlior an d special correspondent. 1ms sembled our w hole fleet at Guan-
w ritte n an account of tils extended tamo, then requested Germany to
to u r o f th e w ar d e v astated district» of
haul down her flag. The request
Roland. In It lie say s:
'“ F iu ls P olonlae,' K osciusko's epl was complied with.
Huerta shook his fist at the
tap h on bis country, has been real- |
Ized.
American flag. President Wilson
"A to u r o f cen tral nnd south I’olaud ordered him to salute it.
Huerta
a n d th e Polish p a rts of G alicia con-
laughed
in
his
face.
Today
Huer­
Vinces m e o f th at. I visited all the j
ta
is
an
honored
guest
of
this
c h ief to w n s nud m any villages, or
ruins of villages, tu 10.000 squure m iles country.
o f country lying betw een tbo Austro-
During the present European
G erm an Hues and the Vlstulu tn a war, England has seized American
sem icircle from the ltzuru to th e Nida. i
i visited ulso the basin of th e D uuajec ships on the high seas carrying
an d W illoka, the th e a te r o f th e sau non-contraband goods,
holding
g u iu ary M ay day ou tb reak . T he couu- 1
them
contrary
to
International
try is a desert, the hom o of nom ads
1 g o t my first glim pse of it ou th e laws and against the protest of
Bzuru, w est of W arsaw , w here during the United States.
n fo u r m onths' artille ry duel every j
Protest after protest has been
h a b ita tio n has disappeared.
sent
to Germany in regard to the
“ I reach ed this b a ttle frout first a fte r
d usk an d from uu o b servation tow er rights of neutral ships on the high
saw th e re m n an ts w ere g au n t, erect
seas.
pillars. T h is Is typical of b u rn t out
It is hinted that our battleship
Poland. A stre e t o f fram e cottages,
o ften stra w thatched, catches lire from fleet in its cruise around the world
th e first shell an d only ugly row s of
was permitted, (by Japan) to go
brick chim neys a re left.
“ Iso lated facto ries all have becu de­ to the Pacific Ocean only on the
stroyed. m ostly by a irm en 's bom bs on assurance that it would be out of
th e suspicion th a t they w ere staff
h e ad q u arters. T h irty villages eith er that ocean by a fixed date. That
w ere burned or blown up.
peace with Japan to this date has
“T he governor of Rndoin assu red me been secured by the present ad­
th a t in bis province 50U villages bud
been burned. R efugees assu re me th a t ministration and war averted by
In a circle ex ten d in g th irty m iles the assurance that America would
aro u n d Lodz only five villages w ere speedialy retire from the Philip­
spured.
“ P o lan d 's population Is suffering as : pine Islands.
no E uro p ean s have suffered since th e ; There is certainly a reason for
T h irty Y ears' w ar. E v ery second m an j
such a change in the attitude of
is a refuge. W arsaw has 00,000 re fu ­
gees, n th ird o f th em Jew s. In Radon, j nations toward the United States,
I found 15,000 refugees, in K lelce 20,- \ and there is reason to view it with
000.
alarm. On the frontier in early
“ A W arsaw rab b i assu red m e th a t
100,000 Je w s from th e tow ns of Lodz, days a man was respected accord­
P lo trk o w an d L o w k z a re w ithout ing to the size of his six-shooter
hom es. M any refu g ees still tra m p the
and his disposition to use it. This
roads, begging despairingly from peo­
ple them selves beggars. M any thou holds good with nations as well.
der, to restrain our citizens from
embarking individually in a war
in which this country takes no
part; to punish severely those
persons, citizens or aliens who
shall usurp the cover of our flag
for vessels not entitled to it, in­
fecting thereby with suspicion
those of real Americans and com­
mitting us to controversies for
the redress of wrongs not our
own.
Mr. H s m *
Ssshsr
[ C O M I TO TALL« CITY. O R E G O N
a n t Buy O rohsrd Land
Notice to News Subscribers
A b l u e * p t n o l l o r u e e m a r k o n « h ie
n o l l o o m o n n e «ho« y o u r o u b o o r t » -
I «lo
I nootfo f i x i n g
D o I« n o w .
FALLS CITY MARKET REPORT
Flour, per »nek $1.85, $2. $2 10
Bacon, per pound 20-22 cents
Hants, per pound 22-cents
Picnic ham*, per pound 15-ctnts
Choice Dairy butter 26-cents;
Hull 50 cents.
Creamery, per pound 85 cents;
Roll 70-ceot*.
Kgge, p»-r iloini 18-cents
Coffee, per pound 26 to 46 cents
Sugar, 18-p mud for $1 00
Beans, small white, per pound
, 8 cents
L h d, per 6-Mi pail 86 cents; per
10-0» pal I I 05
Pntslii. m , p, r piiiiml 2) * * l-
Food
Wheat, per bus he $1 80
Bran, per sack 11 16
Shorts, per sack $1 75
Barley, Midd per mi k $2 26
Rolled Barley, p*r sack $1,75
Alfalfa meal, per 100-!be $1 75
Post Office Time Card
Office hours: Daily, except Sun­
day, 8 a.m. to 6.30 p.m.
Mail arrives, from
Salem 900 a in . 5:46 p m.
Dallas, P oo a M . 6:46 p M
Portland and Dallas train No.
351, 1 :
A
M.
Black Rock, 1:30 P. M.
Mail closes for:
Salem, 8.50 A.M., 1 P. M. and 6
P. M.
Dallas, 8:50 A. M. and 5 P. M.
Portland-Dallan train, 358, 1 P.M
Black*Rock, 11 A. M.
S unday O nly
Office hours: 9:30 to 10:110 a.m:
Mail arrives from Salem, 9:00
a. in.
Mail closes for Salem, 8:50 a. m.
Effective May 13, 1915.
I k a C. M k h k u n g , Postmaster
For Rent—Dwelling house. Ap­
ply at News office.
authoiized act of Great Britain
Extra copies of The News are
into a war in which we meddle
printed each week, and will be sent
not and which we wish to avoid
to any address desired, postpaid,
if justice to all parties and from
for 5 cents per copy.
all parties will enable us to avoid
it In the case where we found
ourselves obliged by treaty to
withhold from the enemies of
Woman Finally Recover«
France the right to arm in our
To Thos. Pinckney, Sept., 1793
From Nervous Breakdown
ports, we thought ourselves in
.
.
.
The
loss
of
our
produce
Impoverished nerves destroy many
justice bound to withhold the
eopie before their time. Often be-
destined
for
foreign
markets,
or
same right from France also, and
fc ore a sufferer realizes what the
san d s a re huddled In th e to tte rin g fra g ­
trouble is, he is on the verge of a
we did it. Were we to withhold j that loss which would result from m ents o f cottages, w hile 10.000 are
complete nervous breakdown. It
IMPORTANT NOTICE
from her supplies of provisions, ) an arbitrary restraint of our mar­ sh iv erin g In the abandoned tren ch es
is of the utmost importance to keep
n d te rra c e d R ussian dugouts a t Ska- I We have never before sold a rem­ your nervous system in good con
we should in like manner be kets is a tax too serious for us to a ryszom
.
dition, as the nerves are the source
bound to withhold them from her acquiesce in. It is not enough
Mrs. Rosa
“ I m et m any refugees w ithout food edy with the QUICK action of simple of all bodily power.
enemies also, and thus to shut to for a nation to say we and our or m oney and m ostly III clad. N ear buckthorn bark, glycerine, etc., as Bonner, 825 N. 18th St., Birming
strow lee w as a d reary procession of mixed in Adler-i-ka, the appendicitis ham, Ala., says:
ourselves all the ports of Europe friends will buy your produce. ! O
men
in thick sheepskin coats w ithout !
T have been suffering with nerv­
where corn is in demand. This We have a right to answer that o th er clothing, w om en in m en's trou- j preventative. ONE SPOONFUL re­ ous prostration for nine or ten
lieves sour stomach, gas and consti­
is a dilemma which Great Britain it suits us better to sell to their sers an d ch ild ren In dresses Im provised I pation AT ONCE. M L. Thompson, years. Have tried many of the best
doctors in Birmingham, but they alt
enemies
as
well
as
their
friends.
from
shaw
ls.
has no right to force on us, and
failed to reach my case. I w o u lJ
druggist.
"S
uch
Is
P
o
lan
d
’s
p
re
s
e
n
t
T
he
fu-
j
feel as if I was smothering: finally
for which no pretext can be Our ships do not go to France to tu re will be even w orse. T he country. J
I went int o convulsions. M
My l little
return
empty,
they
go
to
ex­
ravaged and irreclaim able, begins to
found in any part of our conduct.
girl saw
List of Letters
She may indeed feel the desire change the surplus of our pro­ resem ble th e prim eval H nrm atlan
Dr. Mile«’ Nervine
w aste. Roads, fo rests and even fields
Remaining
uncalled for in this
duce
for
surpluses
of
other
kinds
of starving an enemy nation, but
advertised in the papers and f at
have vanished.
oftice
fur
the
w
ek
ending
May
once began to take It. I continued
she can have no right of doing it which they can spare and we
“T h e roads w hich have been repair- ! 22, 1915.
to take it for some time and now I
want,
and
which
they
can
furnish
ed
c
an
n
o
t
bring
food
to
civilians,
for
at our loss or of making us the
am well.”
L
a
dibs ,
all
a
re
crow
ded
by
parallel
tra
n
sp
o
rt
on better terms and more to our
instruments of it.
If you are troubled with loss of
ns. T h e fields w ere destroyed
Nellscn, Mrs. Nellie
mind than Great Britain, or her colum
appetite, poor digestion, weakness,
by tra n sp o rt and artillery train s,
Extracts from the Third Annual M es­
G entlem en .
inability to sleep; if you are in a
friends. We have a right to w hich, finding th e roads too narrow ,
general run down condition and
sage of Thomas Jefferson (Ford
Hestler,
John
spread
rig
h
t
and
left,
o
b
literatin
g
judge what market best suits us,
unable to bear your part of the
Ed. V III, 272) October 1803.
s.
Lynch, It. T,
daily grind of life, you need some­
and they have none to forbid us farm
“ W in te r g rain w as not sow n, and
thing to strengthen your nerves.
Waltrip, II. B.
1) Let it be our endeavor, as it
You may not realize what is the mat­
th ere Is no seed g rain fo r spring.
Te
James
Madison,
(1785.)
These letters will l.a sent to the ter with you, but that is no reason
is our interest and desire, to cul­
“T he w orst, because It is Irrem edia­
tivate the friendship of the bel­ Nothing will bring the British ble, is th e fo rest d estruction. Home dead Utter office June 8, 1915 why you should delay treatment.
ligerent nations by every act of to reason hut phyaicial obstruc­ woods h av e been hew n w holesale to if not delivered before. In calling
Dr. Mile«’ Nervine
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m ake cau sew ay s th rough m orasses,
justice and incessant kindness, tion applied to their bodily senses. som e to pave roads, som e to m ake a for the above, please say “Adver­ has proven its value in nervous dis­
orders for thirty years, and merits
receive their armed vessels with We must show that we are cap­ clea r field fo r a rtillery , som e shelled to tised,” giving date of list.
a trial, no matter how many other
bits
because
they
afforded
sh
e
lte
r
for
able
of
foregoing
commerce
with
remedies have failed to help you.
hospitality, but to administer the
I k a C. M e h k l i n o , P. M,
troops,
gome
drenched
w
ith
petroleum
Sold b y s il d ru g g ists.
If first bo ttls
means of annoyance to none. To them, before they will be capable and burned. T his fo rest devastation
fa lls to bsneftt y o u r m s n s y Is rstu rn sd .
Get
your
butter
wrappers
print-1
establish in our harbor such a po­ of consenting to an equal com­ m eans fo r P oland g en eratio n s of beg- [
M I L E S M E D I C A L . C O . , E lk h a r t , In * .
ed at ths News office.
gary.’
lice as may maintain law and or­ merce.
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