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Listen to me ! Calomel s:
way's work. If bi]
Liven up your sluggish liver ! Feel
une and cheerful ; nake your work a
pleasure; be vigorous aiii1l lull of aui
bition. But take no nasty, dangerous
caloine, heeause it mukes you sick
and you may lose a day's work.
Caloiel is niercury or quicksilver,
which cauises necrosis of the hones.
Calomel erasies into sour hi) like
dynamite, breaking it up. That's when
you feel that awful nausea and cramp
Listen to inc ! If you want to enjoy
the nicest, gentlest liver and howel
cleansing you ever experiene(i, just
take a spoonful of harmless )odson's
Liver Tone tonight. Your druggist or
dealer sells you a bottle of Dodson's
Liver Tone for a few cents under my
Camouflage Saves Rabbit.
On thlea prairies of Kansias ciamou
flage is elaig made use of by the Kan
5115 jackrabbit. Two residents snt
tesify that at least aone "jack" in Bar
ton county owes his life to the fact
that he knew the value of this art.
'Th'e two men were hunting on a farm
near here when( close at h(11and a Itus
sian thistle juiped ip 1111(1 stirted ol'
aiCross the pltstuire at a 2 :40 galit.
When the thistle 11(1 got out of
range, a rabbit emerged from its pro
tecting cover 111(1 loped off nonchal
antly, while to the hewihlered hunters
slowly came the realization that they
had been victims of a clever camou
flage on the part of a western Kansas
jackrnahit.-New York Worli.
BOSCHEE'S GERMAN SYRUP
Why use ordinary cough remedies,
when Boschee's German Syrup has
been used so successfully for fifty-one
years in nil parts of the United
States for coughs, bronchitis, colds
settled in the throat, especially lung
troubles. It gives the patient a good
night's rest, free from coughing, with
easy expectoration in the morning.
gives nature a chance to soothe the
Inflamed parts, throw off the disease,
helping the patient to regain his
health. Made in America and sold for
more than hmalf a century.-A(lv.
If the 1ealty of the aVI'ig' mwti's
mind( isn't more lovely t ha IL his face
it is eititled to Sym tllby.
Dr. Pierce's Plenasnnt Pellets are the
original little liver pills put up 40 years
ago. They regulate liver and bowels. Ad.
Love does not laugh at the smnith
who repairs automohles.
In some social circles only 11men with
an income can come in.
better. But y
i So we toast t
used in LUCE'
rettes for exact
--to bring out t
O u anee ib
odson's Liver Tone
Ckens and you may lose a
ious, constipated or
personal money-back guarantee that
each sp(Onful wvill clean your" sluggish
liver better than a dose of nasty call
inel and that it won't make you sick.
Dodsou's Liver Tone is real liver
mediline. You'll know it next niorn
ing, because you will wake up feeling
fhie, your liver will be working ; head
ache and (iizziness gone ; stounaci will
)e sweet and howels regular.
Dodson's Liver Tone Is entirely
vegetable, therefore harinless and can
no0t salivate. (iv e it to yourlt children.
Millions of people aie using Dodson's
Liver 'one InstLe(l of dangerous calo
inel now. Your druggist will tell y,
that the sale of ealontel Is almost
so)ppe(1 entirely here.-Adv.
The Kaiser's Dream.
"The kaiser's direful," said a sena
tor the other day, "was a (Ireall of
wtorldt dotitu1tIon, but1 he hats alreadly
begui to exlieTielce a rule lWltklen
"The kaiser is now iIn exactly the
Samle potSition as Wash W1hite. Farmernc
'ornelius Ilusk heard a noise iii his
elhick(en house one night, IIltoet down
wIith a shotgun, and discovered W1'ash
in the act of filling a1 )urlapL hag wihll
"' Wash, you rascal, what are you
doing there?' said Corny Husk.
"'It's all right, sah,' Wash replied.
'I'm here on account of a (ireal I had,
"'Al dream ? You black scoundrel,
what are you talking alvot ?'
"'Well, saht,' said Wash, 'I dlreamed
I was goin' to have chicken fo' dinner
tomorrow ; but I see now it hain't
Now Is the Time to Get Rid of These Ugly Spote
There's no longer the slightest need of
feeling ashamed of your freckles, as the pre
scription othine-double strength-is guar
anteed to remove these homely spots.
Simply get an ounce of othine-double
strength-from your druggist, and apply a
little of it night and morning and you should
soon see that even the worst freckles have
begun to disappear, while the lighter ones
have vanished entirely. It is seldom that
more than one ounen is needed to completety
clenr the skin and gain a beautiful clear
Be sure to ask for the double strength oth
Inc. as this is sold under guarnntee of money
back if it fails to remove freckles.-Adv.
Got rt'sti lions are nlot chIaracter,
but inly the staging by wllib char
aeter mai:y he built.
A single application of Roman R-'c Bla
sam on going to bed will piove its merit for
inflamnhations of the Eyes, external and in
Ants preach frugality, but do not
>w how cooking
>ut all the rich
vor of bacon
ing that tastes
ou wouldn't like
he Burley tobacco
:Y STRIKE Ciga
y the same reason
be rich, soli flavor.
ISSUES ORDER TO
HOLD THEIR GFWUNP
FIGHTING WITH BACKS TO V/ALL
HAIL SAYS THERE MUST BE
NO FALLING BACK.
READY 10 STICK BALI(?
"The Safety of Ouh Homes and the
Freedorm of Mankind" Now at
Stake Says Field Marshal.
Great Britain's armies stand at bay
in France and FlanCers. After three
weeks 0 fa oilat which has eclipsed
anyt h ing that has raged during the
oeutire four years of warfare, Field
1larslial Ilaig has issued a command
to his men to hold their ground at
whatever cost, and fight with the
knowledge that their blows are struck
"for the safety of their homes and
the freedom of mankind."
The end of the first phase of this
giant struggle now may be considered
as passed. "Shere must be no re
tiroment," is Ilaig's admonitoin which
adds that the British now are "light
ing with their backs to the wall." 'The
withdrawal in Picardy was officially
reported to have been a part of the al
lied strategy, but the period for such
tactics seemingly has gone into his
The order issued by the field mar
shal contains another sentence which
may be pregnant with significance.
"The French army is moving rapidly
and in great force to our support,"
he said, and this is the first official in
timation that the allies are ready to
strike back at the German invaders.
This blow may not necessarily fall in
Flanders, nor yet in Picardy, but may
be aimed at some part of the line
where Generalissimo Foch may be
lieve he can cut through the German
front and compel the Teutons to re
lax their pressure against the British.
"EVERY POSITION MUST BE
HELD TO THE LAST MAN"
London.-" Field Marshal Sir Douglas
Haig, in a special order of the day
address to "All ranks of the it ish
army in France and Flanders," says:
"Every position must be held to
the last man. There nutist. be no re
Iirement. Vith ou backs to the 'all
and believing in the justice of our
cause, each one of us might tight on
to the enl.
"The safety of our homes and the
freedom of mankind depend alike up
on the conduct of each one of us at
this critical moment."
Field Marshal Haig announced that
the French army "'is moving rapidly
and in great force" to the support of
The special order says:
"Three weeks ago today, the enemy
began his terrific attacks against us
on a 50-mile front. His objects are
to sep~arate us from theFrench, to take
the ('hannel ports and to destroy the
"in spite of throwing, alreadly, one
hundred and six dlivisions into the bat
tie and enduring the most reckless
sacrifice of human life, he has yet
madle little progress toward Ils goals.
"We owve this to the determined
fighting and self-sacrifice of our
troops. Words fail me to express tre
admiration which I feel for the sp~len
did resistance offered by all rantks of
our army under the most trying cir
"Many amongst us now are tired.
To those, I would say that victory wvill
belong to the side which holds out the
longest. The French army Is moving
rapidly and in great force to our snp
port. There is no other course open
to uts to fight it out.
'Every position must be held to
the last man. There must be no re
tiremtent. With our batcks to the wall
and helieving in the just ice of our
cause, each one of uts must fight to
lhe end. The safety of our homes
atid the freedom of maunkindl dlependl
alike upon the c'ondluct of each one of
uts at this critlcm1 mamnmt"
SOUTHERN YARDS ARE
ASKED TO SET THE PACE
WVashingt on. - Southern shipyards
wvere (ailed on to set the pacee ini
building ship 15In an1 a(ddress miad by
Chairman Ilurley, of the shipping
board, befor'e the shipping c'omnmit tee
of the Sotthern Commercial (Congross.
Mr. I lurley plointed out the sout h's ad
vantages In coast line and 'litmatic
conditions and said there was no rea
son why it should be secon't to any
other sect ion in producing ocean ton.
WILL BASE QUOTAS ON
NUMBER IN CLASS ONE
Washingt on-The war depart ment's
plan for basing draft quotas on the
number of registrants in Class 1 in
stecad of up1on1 popltion was sustain.
edl in t he house after an all-day fight
over a resolution passed by the sen
the, authorizing the change. Oppon
ents of the plan ehampionied an
amendment by Representative Schall
-nberger of Ne'braska to base the quo
I-as on total registration and liability
to service, which wa Aefated.
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LESSON FOR APRIL 21
JESUS TRANSFIGURED, OR A
FOR EGLEAM OF THE KINGDOM
LESSON TEXT-- 31:ir1: 9:-9.
G3Ol,1)E-N T 'IT k T linly bieloved
Son: hear y. Imlln. \.-' :
ADDI'l'lON~i t .\'yis:ui \1, I.-Olt
T10ACill'IlS--Ala'thew"\ 1;:l ''; L.uae 9:."
43: II Peter 1:1-t.
PRIMAfltY 'TOl'l-('-With .1-sus on the
INTICEIt\i-:111.\1.1: T1' 1!(' Me'tints dif
fleiites wi'tl i rl::vr.
AlD~I'IIONA\1, At-\T1'I:(A1. ---tnmes .:15
SIGNIO11 ANI) '1>(-1; T l'1(C-VIsIon
The hopes of the disiIl's w'rte
crushed 'w'hen ('brist aii nill r eil his
dea1th1 on the (ross. They'\ ' were' uttmble
to see howv vitory (11ub1( iss1e" frntn1
(leath. Jesus I toil wIlh him I'i'ter.
JTanes nld Johin. :ii weni It ) i no the
mountain pa11rt by thenis'Ivte.. Ac
cordinlg to Lukt', tiny wiit tli'r' to
prny (Luke 9 :2). \\'hIle, dtlesI .
lie longedi for fellowship tund syimli'aity
as the shadows of the (ross were i:tl
Ing upon hin, his chief desire was to I
got 11he dis0lpleS apaurt andr into. a state
of receptivity, so that he miiight show
them the methods of th In ltig l1. e
fore going into the mountaiin, liw' de
cllred that th('re were some stn ruding
in his presence who ws'otuld not taste of
death till they hadl seen the kingdom
of God come with power (v. 1). 'hat
thi' drooping spirits might he revived
and their confidence restored, he wns
transfigured before them. The disci
pIes sorely needed such a vision. If
the faith of the (lisciples was to he
kept through the dark hour of the
cross which was looming large before
them the light of the eternal must
henm forth. 'lie disciple now, as
then, needs a glimpse of the glory he
yond the cross in order to face the is
sues of the hour.
i. Jesus Christ Glorified on the
Mountain (v. 2. 3). lie took his dis
ciples ''y themselves" and wits "irans
tigured before them." This shows the
purpose tIerIltoil upon the diselples
and not upon likself. ('hrlist's reb1ke
of 'eter for his Ut wv'illingness to har
onneerning his den h npparently for It
t 'ne estranged the diselles from him.
To heal Ihis hrt'echi, an1 unl1sual I tans
net ion wias reluired. ills "shining rtl
ment" Was Iyl1 al of Ita glory whlch
shall he lmanifest wrhen he comnes b1ack
to lte ear'th.
II. Peter, James and John Repre
sent Israel in the Flesh in Connection
With the Kingdom (v. 2). Christ Is
peculitrly the King of Israel. Accord
ing to Ezeklel 37:21-27, they are to he
the central people in the kingdon.
This people shall he gathered from
Iimong the nations, united as one in
that kingdom in their own country.
III. Moses and Elias Appeared in
Glory With Jesus (vv. 4.13). These men
In the glorlthfed st ate are typienl of the
state of the saints in glory. Moses,
w~hio was once dlenied an (entranlce to
Palestine, appears now in glory, repre
sent Ing the redleelnied of the Lord who
shall pass through det'ih into the king
dlomi. The thousands of the Lord wh'lo
have fallen aslee(p. at Chirist's c'oming
shaill he awnkened and pass into thei
kingdomi through t'rnslatlin. Marny
shall lie living upon)1 thle earth wh-en
the Lord shall come, and41 they, withi
out dymng. shall he 'hanrgedh anid pa1ss
into the kinrgdom (1 C'tr. 15 :50-53;
1 Thess. 4 :1'-l1).
1. Peter's foolish proposril (vv. 5, 6).
Moses and Elias, who had bieenI a
long time in glory, w~ouil lie il at
home in a tih'ornnle Onl thle motain- i
side. It wouhlll haive been11 to P'eter's
credit to hnyvi been silent, since he
knew~ not whalt to say3.
2. T1hie Dlvinte v'olce out (if the cloud
Ihe is dleclaredi to lie the bieloved Son
In whiom G~od is well plealsed. Wh len
OneO desire's to know whnrit pleases Giod,
look at Is petrfect Soni,.fJ'sus ChlrIst.
3. Jesus11' char'ge (vv. (1-1.3).
Ic inist ruted t' hero tha l tiIhey should
tell ino imani ((nieiirnig thle tings
which theiiy had seen tintiIlihe hard risen
fromi the dondit.
IV. The Mighty Power of the DIvine
Servant (vv. 14.29). Whenti they d14
5cended4'4 fromii tiimouti n ii, they saw
a grea'ut noiiltitude14 ini a state of tier
p(erpilexiy 13' th Ile gieivouis s'tat' oif a
young roan whoiu was possessed with Ii
t' youngi~ mrian hnrd appeled to tlhe
d.(iiiisel ls t all st the demon ott but
theyiI li wer unib l. When' they( brought(ii
hi to .11''ns, res folie pie was' re
hIks (. '--':t, andte Inrthe Thii
young51 man4- stt 1111 s111 rig re st'sv so
oThrieltI-ii are t'me'when tohii~e 1devil
veryinetiv, an rd we' hav e r'eaison to lie
lieve( fitomi t' Sc'rIturIt tha'5Ilit just pro
('ed(ing hIs s'condi~ coinlg hei will he
teven140' more nive; for lie knrows that
his t Ime1 is short. 0One of It' oinousit
si1gns of thle I iminenit corm ig of the
Lord4 is the ailmrost uni vei'sal neti vit~y
of the dievil a imong the nationrs ini t hts
hor'. \\'on lit comes~' he wilt enst out
the demontlrs. 11nd4 Ite nat ions shlot hle
brotight into thle kingdom which heo
will establish (Isa. 11 :10-12).
a , breath.
"Give it to me.
"Why Bobby, if
you wait a bit for
It you'll have it
to enJoy longer!"
no argument with
'cause !bg flavor
-After every meal
- __.. 822
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