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Followig ' #.g
the 'sun with
Vision for a moment. those far off ports
beyond the trackless seas
From Arctic ice, to the torrid lands
beneath the Southern Cross
From towns tucked in the mountains, to
the busy river's mouth
WRIGLEYS is there!
There, because men find
comfort and refreshment
in its continued use.
Because of its benefits
*After every -
A Cold Girl.- The Particular Time.
"I hu'ar (hat Miss ('hillon SwAS an "You say you wrShip me? W1heo
oll flaine of yours." do you do it?"
"Not exnctly; an old iele." "I'nrest, in my idol monwn.,"
It Cost the Average Family
s Than lOc Per Week
iPacker's Profit in 1917.
The Meat Bill is one of the
]large items in the family
less than 10 cents per week of it
goes to the packer in profits.
In converting live stock into
meat and getting it into the hands of
the retail dealer, the packer performs
a complex and essential service with
the maximum of efficiency.
Swift & Company's 1917 figures
and Federal Census data:
Swift & Company's total output -
(Meat and by-products) - 5,570,000,000 Pounds
Swift & Company's total Profit -
- - - - $34,650,000.00
Profit per pound - - - $.0062
U. s. Meat Consumption - - - -
- - - 170 pounds per person per year
170 pounds at $.0062 = $1.05 per person per year
The average family 4/% persons
$4.72 per family per year
1918 year book of interesting and
instructive facts sent on request.
Address Swift & 6ompany,
Union Stock Yards, Ghicago, Illinois_
IMPROVED UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL
(y E. O. Si.LE1i, Acting 1)lrector of
the Sunday School Course of the Mioody
Iiblo 1instit tile. Chicago.)
(Copyright, 19IS,,Western Newspaper Union. I
LESSON FOR APRIL 7.
JESUS SETS MEN FREE.
LESSON TEXT-Mark 7:1-37.
GODI!;N TEXT-If the sor. therefore
shal' make you free, ye shall be free in
dee rohn 5:3tG.
f, JTIONA. L READINO-I'sa. 72:1-17.
AJ.JITIONAL, MATEtUrA11 F OR
TEAChIEltS-Matt. 15:1-31; 11 Cor. 3:17, 18;
PRIMAItY AND JUNIOR TOPIC-Je
stis and the deaf man.
MEMORY VE-RSE-He bath u. all
things well, he maketh even the deaf to
hear and the dumb to speak.-Mark 7:37.
SENIOR AND ADULT TOPIC-Chris
This lesson deatls with the lfkt of
those four events which mark the
crisis in the life of our Lord at Caper
naumn. It occurred just before the third
period of his Galielenti ministry and
the time of his final departure for Jeru
salem. We have seen what the atti
tude of Jesus was toward the law of
his nation. In this lesson we see his
attitude toward the rabbinical tradi
tions of the people which were the
opinions of men1 and not the law of
God. Just so many today look upon
the forms and CeremtonIes of the
church as being verily the law of God.
Moreover, these traditions were made
a pretext wVhereby len evaded the
law. So today we find men very relig
ious and llunctilious iI their churchly
duties, who fail miserably in their ap
plicntion of the moral code to conduct.
rhe anatlys4s falls into four general
divisions: One, the accusation, (vv.
1-5. two, the answer, (vv. 6-13) ; three,
the application, (vv. 14-23)., and four,
the illustration, (vv. 24-37).
1. The Accusation. (vv. 1-5). ''he
growing lint red of the Pharisees, led
them to matike long journeys from Jeru
salem tlat they mlight spy on Jesus
a11(1 fin1d a pretext for tccusation.
While they were studying him, they re
vealed theIr ideas of the kingdom of
God. They took special notice that
the disCipiles of Jesus ate without
washing their hands. We must not un
dierstan(1 this to mean So m1u1ch1 the re
lmoval of defiilcment, as the neglect of
a ceremonial observance over wlicl
the 'harisees were punctillous, (vv. 3
4). Verses three and four illuminatt
certain traditions to which the Jew
adhered tenaciously. Thus exemplI
fled we can see that their ideas 01
lan's relation to God were largely a
mutter of external ceremony. Purit
to them was an outward matter largel,
governed by the traditions of men, (v
II. The Answer (v. 6-13). Tile an
swer of Jesus reveals the very oppo
site ideal. He begins by calling the
Pharisees hypocrites. A hypocrite is a
play actor-one who hitles behind a
mask. Applying the prophecy of
Isaiah, Jesus plainly tells the Pharisee.
that they are hiding thleir true charac
ter behind tile musk of ceremlonial
cleansing. SuchI play acting Is buta
poor Imitation of the real hleart con
dition demallnded of God, (Psa. 51 :10),
Their hlearts were far from God, even
thioughu withl their lips thley professed.
to serve hlim. The love we express te
God consists not In ritualistic wvorshlip,
but In doing is will from tile heart.
ill. The Application, (v. 14-23).
Jesus takes adivanltage of thish discus.
sion, and, turning to the muultlt se, up
011 whlom tile Pharsees& would bind a
grievous burdenl of ceremonialism and
falsehloodi (Matt. 23:4), warns tihem
thait It is not so mulich thlat wvhich en
ters Into a man tihat defiles him, as
that whlichl issues fromn him (v. 15). It
seems quite natural thlat in thleir per
plexity the disciples should ask Jesus
what h~e meant by that. In Is rely
(vy. 18-23), Jesus shlows very clearly
that "tile Issues of life" (Prov. 4 :23),
reveal tihe corruption wichel is within,
*(See Matt. 12:34, 35; Gen. 6:5; Jamaes
8:10-12). If the heart be not cleansed
whallt will it avail if we waush thet
hlands? What thena Is the applicatior
for this present dlay? Clearly we are
taught tile danger of lip service with
out a change of heart. Substitutinh
good for tile best is sIn. Formls ant
ceremlonles are good and have thlelr
place; 111ey are signlifleanlt for thley alr(
important teaching factors; but they3
must not he subistitultedl for a pure
heart. We mnust beware lest we hlide
behind suchl a mask.
Thlere 1s here also plain teaching as
to JTesus' estimate of tile Pentateuch
and1( Inferentially of tile p~roph~ecy of
Isaiahl. He speeilcally canls it "thei
Wor'd of Glod." Surely we call aecept
his e'stimate a1s contrasted with tile
traadition of tile elders or tile "con
senisus of InlodernI thloughlt,"
Less talk and1( more wvalk,
Less wihihng and more doing,
Less preaching and more Practicing,
L.ess organIzation and more of thle spirit.
as to how Jesus sets ment free. (a)
JTesuas' silence alppeairs to detepen faith
Ill tilt ple'adinlg Syrlophlenician wvomn
(b) We hlave the cure of the deaf
stantaneous healinlg, showving dlivinet
Jesus wvas setting his people free
from thleir bodi13'lyllflrmnities and at
the samie timel delivering them frolm
thteir sins andt inllperfectionls and blring
ing thleml into Is spiritual Kingdom.
This he in still d1oing.
Calomel Salivates! It Makes You Sick
Uver Tone Acts Better Than
Men, Women, Childre
E very druggist hert, ves! vonr druggist and
everybody's druggist has no ticed a great falling
off in the sale of calomel. They all give the
same reason. Dodson's Liver Tone is taking its
"Calomel is dangerous and people know it, while
Dodson's Liver Tone is safe and gives better re
sults,'' said a prominent local (irugist. Dodson's
Liver Tone is personally guaranlteet1 hv every
druggist. A large family-sized bottle costs but 'a
few cents and if you find it doesn't take the place
of dangerous, salivating cal'oinel vou have only to
ask for your money back.
Dodson's L iver Tone is a pleasant-tasting., l'ure
lv vegetable remedy, harmless to 10th children
and adults. Take a spoonful at night and wake up
feeling fine, no sick headache, biliousness, ague,
Men'i vhol etninlll i' the moist resplect All She Coul
hav(' the list it ught of self. \ IMr. l li l ith
fur ia ho~use kweve~r.
ALivO ST BLIND I ''d:2;,
FROM DIZZINESS -.ur
This Virginia Laly Tells of Con- s" '. "I dlnu
stant Suffering From Dreadful nw:tr t $:
W righut'su Inttan \ii
Relieved by Cardui. y tr ;,tstol, and
w<:li au pury;itive. .1
Norton, Vs .--Mrs. E. S. (oIus', hf Putting He
I! cul i'.tic :IL'u' a1
this plaee, w\rite's: "Ini abu t 1:1,1 ] 1 t ilts :. I
(emte(1 to gel in hadi healthi, I hadluh'en '0 -: pin-alhu . (I,
unirrieci 2luout a year . . . I enlletl in e'lir' sui wonluil
Dr)I. ' , of ---, who treat ed nal . . .~lyrtt~utrl
utli gave n mtiiE.cine, which ddidn't t2lS, u 'l
()me' any goodl. I sutferedl agony ''aid
for about 4 mn1t hs amd felt I must 21o l ht:
havye suo relief, for I wats so hou ."t s mt tl
out of bed dIuing aill t hat time. ISu ii bt t ('S 1
I cold( ]itt'(lly walk, everey stopJ wastl A "Iti'r itihiwiiig
pinfulll and11 a (1111g. I wouildi he al i1 ntlyonlerah r
un.:tse rsd unr
nost 1bl1ind1 from diziness. I'd hve' ".:\nl how is ti
d1 .severe palins ...I read of ('a rdui ithove wili hn i.
i' the airt hdn Allaunlac 0teu friends ( 1-o k
urge of to take It a.I ust d one hut s Prison Camp
tie with such beeficil results that I t houhess m1 ;
gatinedi hope of recov'ery. After the'10'I I1hgc~j
use of 2 or 3 b)ottles, I fe'lt so muflchl I(l ~ astll
better that I wvas abile to get up and ii''Iiivxi tl
go about my work. My imprl1ove~tttrll i'ileIl
wa'1s steaidy and1( aifter abollut the 3rd tel( ~tl~ f~
or 4th bottle, I was entirely curedI
and the cure 1has been permanntlfl. . ti. 411ot1 ga
For the past seven years I have had1ukds.ilscl
perfect health and my work hals been dnll 111(l(kl
Try Cardul, the woman's tonic, for hw'
yortroubles. I$is safe' relilhe ra~ eond 10.0t
vf proven merit. All druggists.-Adlv. CTRt EI
W~hen all Is lost s'ave h.oor some o h UOSBr
men get <ml the'ir Iiignity. odbdrgst
Now 1. the Tke to Get Rid of Theme Ugly Spot. l'lIlr
There's ho longer the slightest need of 1ll''I't'l
feeling aebarn' (of your freckles. as the pre- -
icription oltne--doubic strenigth--is guar
anteed to reuwve these homeuly spots.
Simply get an'E 0ounce of oth~ie-double
strength-fron .vour druggIst, anell apply a
little of It naight nndc mforning and you should
Moon see thatl even the worst freckles have
begun to dlsnlrc-ar, whIle the lIghter onesL
have valnti~hed eltirely. It Is seldom thalt
more than one fodnce Is needed to completely
clear the skin enid gain a beautiful clear
Be mure to ask for the double strength ntji
Ine, a. this Is sotla under guaranten of money
1~ hen b"' II' (hwhenl he saystlItIi I
heeii usd s' a ~tlred nronilnyflr"lif
We offer $10.00f
trolles' I li V'- tll'1111 t'liii ~ on~ theMucgs th urfv
('153' l'XI lii.2 lol ii tll lloI'~i Sold~ bye drugsts
ctla oten~1i('l lll lsefais. Pienhr
baiit fl to removet'14( hecl. -Adv.fee -
Spnie - intelnt~ woan .-FoAMAARI,.
year in alt kpts 1f the1 Ulosed.
and You Lose a Day's Work-Dodson's
Calomel and Is Harmless for
sour stomach or clogged bowels. Dodson's Liver
'Tone doesn't gripe or cause inconvenience all next
day like calome!ti.
'l'ake a <ose of calomel tonight and tomorrow
von will feel sick, weak and nauseated. Don't
lose a day's wvork !
l)odson's Liver Tone is real liver medicine.
You'll know it next morning because you vill
wake up with your head clear, your liver active,
bowels clean, breath sweet and stomiaclh regulated.
You will feel cheerful and full of vigor and ready
for a hard (lay's work.
You can eat anything afterwards without risk
of salivating oV(urelf or your children.
Get a bottle of )odsdn's Liver Tone and try it
on my gia atee. You'll never again put a (lose of
nastv, dangerous calomel into you r stouach.-A(lv.
d Be Sure Of. Parental Shortcomings.
w\tr, hlutl :nirci--ttl "t atul af'raid.," t-:itl thet 1preacher, to
liln Itn atpplit :lt's . w\hten i ' e l l gonetl for adIvic e. "you
n w\\: t, and1 : hi I ii - r: etn't beenl inctlinedO to) be' I e( tn :n
hier1 answetrell It - till Ito y11ur ,til."
"e-. I have. 1'v' tried my liest to
dil ia's liana''- ' t :t t etnylttnii n to hint. I'tl how\ ('nn
:a Itllt Iiei' I (e n lllttllicit1 to his stOn I
Ite little- uirl tn. hii- '-to n i \" iv blt' a l1aunlien t of aI I
know wlaIt i1 t , a Stoke t h nt' atncI he'at huu na gull'
Irritil. but it's \Ir. ainl t.tkll s vt'n' kiuds ot slaiung that tl?
ttlil hots never'1 hail time Itle rn'?"
ala io i'iret t 1 nl s t .
.r aih iti 'It keepI ln (r a nd heai l (thly tnkt' Dr.
dv. 1 I' "'e"'s I'Ii i si t l 'i'lleits. ''he'y regu.
late livt'r. lh we i\i'ls 01n1l sioniialIh.-- Ad y
r Foot in It. - . . .
ini ot ouI s Ia ltt i it y The Makers.
"1l1e shown\" over' ti soth TurkLington, I t noveiCst. mt
t of th11 ." at Itut . ili 0 Nt"\\ Y'irk hootk shirt i n 'tl . y oung l y
It. Ito 1lng! her' l -tI1 oa- Who wtt b\ - uying hlutiks lo i nt to the
y ahto\e hltr f llw" slhlie'r-.
IIo Ilh' hiutisekl n-'il,'r "I thinkit' I tilil lto siiiil Ithi-tl st'ri
(t . hteiv, htook, histor i ul ( Ott n1
wt dluke'' lIet wasn't dIt.n't .voul' h" l doubtfully intuiredI
s:aw it last.' '( ttii gratitials, til!' sii Mir. Tar
ii slitt trobi." r1'- iaslton. "Sendu( tem novels.' rouslinlg
opet(r, "but othe(rwise. love\ls. andi nthingl else(. Ililstry?
I lt I l." \'Vhaiuit tieywtiati with hitoir? \\'hy,
Ithe cornpanyt al i .tu t'ltyr'et tuntking it.
rove(r, II( the In re(
'ld'ar du(ht',., KIN ERUPTIONS ON THE FACE
a:iiuu. 11t hti''n dI adi I t're unsightly undtil Zi ' the apI eran'iulce
of ninny a w'olnin wvhose face wVouId
_________ e otherwise' nilt i'ii(t IV(. 'rli('Q Is nio
lustreed for this. Just gt t ox of To
listinte Home. I'rlle and use it regultoly and you viil
,'- fl (I h w Ii i 'e f t eoi ln
s is i bia'hi'etr, fitr
t 1e't 'otve'rsautiont of JilIo'sotad ci'tie ki b
idh' skinnir elIenpliing"ttehee
belt'herwIs attractiveiThere isin
d Ii iuI (5('H r- Sod for thgisJst g t aid for ofe Tey
i.' 4T~d14441. Surinen use, i reguhl an.d yu.l
iul . 7i0 surpr* ied Hw qicy Out. es
111141 ii 'i'er is of 'Iotees, [iiitchy pathei etc.4 li' i, iappea
(til. lti~~'(44d h tsof and' cl'aeir the kin be
any cae of c~Sald bytwll1) drg ist o moallitfo 50c. y.
lcurred bymAn, ' Shtiiy ne Co., fi lavanah Ga.--Ad'
I M'DI.y r iurs to
1 MCRIME.: stAk-NS ATR
taethrough te wll.ood wk ih a asei
acof~ syte procste. si.cstvns adple
friy for thety dyrers ta R UTSLVRPL
('Xptranged~ o ntsat nhNid-5 al$1)a oe
b~l~lc, ll oo drggss-und to art good huespA. y
Spohn M~icaI oy Mautuhens hepGose d, Uo you
KODKS SU aE
Wea6od1iget ls o insi
Price andCataogue pon eque