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National and Local
The meat business of the
country is conducted by various
By small slaughter-houses
ii1 in villages
By local Abattoirs or small
Packing Houses in towns
Using only a part of the
local live stock supply
Furnishing only a part of
the local demand for meat.
These slaughtering and distributing
agencies fill a well defined but neces
sarily restricted place in the distribu
tion of the products of live stock.
But only packers like Swift &
Company, organized on a national
scale, are able to undertake the ser
vice that is more vitally important,
An Obligation to the Producer
To purchase for spot cash all the
live stock the producer may send
to market for slaughter.
An Obligation to the Consumer
To make available to every con-.
M sumer, everywhere, in season and
out, the full supply and variety of
meat products, of the highest
standard that the market affords.
Year Book of interesting and
instructive facts sent on request.
Address Swift & Company, I
Union Stock Yards, Chicago, Illinois
.i Swift & Company, U. S. A.
' ---- -- --a.
in Hot Weather
We and Our Allies Are Depending Upon Your
Strength To Supply Our Armies With Food.
You men who wvork long hours inreetn.su oalanittpi.
the fields unde~lr a bhliz'ing sun-you've Lipfelu.botd up eln
got to be hbig ('aters5, b'ca uise your food at(1 '1i i~ A O I ilhl o
is your st rengthI, and now. more thban l oap -re'soahase
ever, your st rength1 is badly nleeded.('0, (O frtbe t ia -in at
so guiardl your1 bealth. Be sure and1tis' h keE'Q I syi ae
watch your stomach, for in the suni m- fre hyhv tmei.''e
mner time nearly all Illness can be nvr( c l( htayhn ol
- traced to stomaiich and1( bowel comf-brnaou ('qikanwndr
plaint. You, yourself, know how afllnt. Dn' ii nil(i tn
ble0 a manlI is to sunst roke if he goes c'icn sof tmchalbovs
in the hot stim too soon after eating a eansyubttrtuigAT
hearty mid-dIay meal, andl also how OI oly!.utoeo w fe
liable he is to sudden at tacks of stom-mel thts ll
neh miseries. so cool1 oft' in the shadeYorhltyurfk'hat-i
before going back to work. Don't take amte fvtlipracntol
chances. tyusl.bt lot h ain.A~
Take care of your stomach, friend,.o nwoecnt etocrflo
You know you can't work wvell withon'stmcanbwes(ingte
your stomach out of fix. "Safety first,"ho spl.
must be your motto, so sendl to yourEAOIColcstacetrtw
druggist and get a big b~ox of EAT-a(lytusi-abgoxiOcn
ONIC, enough for yourself and family,nomr.Taistercadr
yes, and the hired folks, too. It's mmeETNI sasltl ur
the wonderful new compound for theaneitoo lwecimifc,
quick relief of stomach and bowel mis- mr.I' h etSoahRmd
eries. It was originated by IH. L. Kra- yuee sd
mer, the man w'ho made millions ofYoknwyudrgittrthm
people happy with his first great rem- te omk u urne o(;i
Now, all you need do Is to take abakhewlrfudyrmoy.f
tablet or two of EATON IC after youryordugsdesntkpitdops
meals. It's good-just like eating'apsa n ewl edi o a
candy. Enjoy the quick, sure relief py~'e o e t drs T ,
it brings-how almost instantly it re-IdAEPe.ATNCEMY
liove indgeston, hartbrneood-tng, 018ur stomach, Aved (thap.
aftr atig.EAONr wAiApo
alltoa Ainrestoach-n a senel
coStmf rtb entahin fanct,
thoe wo ake AON C say l makITOes
W ANILthem forgetutheythaveostomnnhy. They
to ci uuornwop n eve dramthaN t aecnthndg sul
dunn nn~ro od brin g h abot sca quik and nwonde r
JEFYII~O MF~. I0., ~ rnt1 ONICA t oda ! Ju oe, hor BAo Cfter
meals;enthat's al . Cr Rcnoi a
25WEELYa mate Nf vita CHAoTae, NO only018
IMPROVED UNFOir INTEINAtIONhA
(D~y REV. P. 13. F'TZ W A'1T:R, D. D.,
Teacher of English Bible in the
Moody Bible Institute of Chicago.)
(Copyright, 1918, Western Newspaper Union.)
LESSON FOR JUNE23
JESUS TRIUMPHANT OVER
LE-SSON TEXT-Mary 16:1-20.
GOi.i)tN TEX'l'--Now is Christ risen
frorn ti' tead.-I Corinthians 15:O.
AiI 'iloNAT, MATERIAL I''OR
TEAC I -:ItS--Aatthew 28:1-20; Luke 23:53
21:12; .John 20:1-25; 1 Corinthians 15:1-58; I
PYiIMAltY 'I'O'IC--Jesus' p wer over
cleat h.- tark 15:42-16:20.
iN'i'ERMEDIAT'E TOPIC-Th living
SENIOR AND ADUiT TOP'iC-Christ's
resurrection and the Christian's assurance
I. The Ministry of Love (vv. 1-4).
1. By whom (v. 1).
Mary Magdalene, the mother of
.a m(es and Snionic.
2. When (v. 2).
Early in the morning, the first day
of the we ek.
(3) Their perplexity (vv. 3, 4).
They inestioned us to wh1o should
roll awvay i the large stone from the'
mouth of the tomb. To their surprise
t hey found the st one removed. They,
like us, find their difficulties are re
love(d before they come to them. if
they had bielievcd him, their anxieties
d sorrows would not have been.
ii. The Angel in the Tomb (vv. 5-R).
Jesus knew that these women would
conie to the sepulcher with unbeliev
ing hearts, so he had an angel wait ig
there to announce to them the faet of
his resurrection. How many times we
are helped out of doubts and diflicul
ties by an angel which the omniscient
Lord knew would ie needed at a par
ticular time. WVitl such companions
an( helpers no) place need seem lone
ly, and no condition need affright us.
The angel's message:
1. "le not affrighted" (v. 6).
What comforting words these must
have been to these bewildered women.
The open tomb is the cure for fear;
it stendles ouri hearts when Ihings look
I dnrk aid we do not iniderstand.
2. "'e seek Jesus of Nazareth, who
was ni'ii'ed (v. (1).
h'lIs iti'-fold designation with
1)11'velonsi c'lenrness shows:
(1.) fiiS ltunnity-J.esuis.
(2.) Lowly rihleitn'e- Naziareth.
(.".) l. nnominiouS hleath- -e'rneltied(.
'. "II' is rlsen : hec is not h~re ; he.
hohl the i icie wvhere they laid him"
These woi'dis thirow liht til on his
birth. huiiiility and shameful death.
lie whoic .as lmorii in lowly cir'inm
sta n eis. :n) suffered the shatieful
leatith of the r'i'Oss. is ntow tie en-oi
(Iueror of death). ii!s resurrection
gives meaning to his death. If Christ
had not risen. thin his death wouli
have Ie meninc t dc'ss. "If ( 'irist he
not risen. your faith is vain; ye are in
your sits" (i ('or. 15:17).
4. "(;n your way, tell his disciples
and l'eter'" (v. 7).
As soii as it ws kinon that ('hrist
hadl i'isn from the deand. they wvere to
till It to thle dlisciples. Knoiwlecdge of
(hist's tiimphld involves the responsi
hillity of wit nessinig concerning it. The
dliscipjles all needed thiis blessed news.
but I'etrer especially3 since lhe had so
denied him. Wonder-ful grace, t his!I
5. "Ie goeth before you inito Gnl
lee: there shall ye see him" (v. 7).
Christ had told the disciples that he
would ariise fronm the deiad anad meet
thenm in (hilcc, but t heir uinhelilef
kept thlemo fromt t his blessed tr-uth.
Ill. The Appearances of the Risen
Christ (vv. P-14).
TIhc'se itppe: aances5 hadu as 1 belr oh-.
ject the rest oration ot' th ici 'Iples
fr-om th'ir awful faiiluire and discour
ngenment anad thei c'onv'inm them. I i
u~ clhcut thei peri'lve'ntur oi'(f a doubt,
of! Chi st's recsur irect ion. Ri nee his
resu 'r'citin was to h" lbhe c'entiral
theme' of alpostoe 011'jre'ching, It was
ncessar5i ty t hit they have ('ertainuty of
knowledge' as to t his matter ( Ac'ts
1 :8). \\ithbout thle resurirei on of
'lhrist. his cd'athi wo'uild he meaning
less. Out of the tc'n or' moi'e appe'ar
a nces. Mart ik selct s thri-e.
1. To Mlary Mlagdalene (vv. 9-11).
Mu i'y's hear it responded 1)to lie Sn
vicur's grious'11 cidlIver'atnce of her
fromt dlemons. I ier stuffer igs were no0
doublt terrile. She is thec first to the
tombh. 1Hcr de'votiton Is amply i'ewarid
ed by being the fiirst to met the risen
Trd-c. Light will surely c'oime to thle
heart that really loves the Lordc.
though the faith is wenk. She went at
once and told the sorrowinig dIsciples.
hut they refused to believe.
2. To two disciples on the way to
E~mmaus (vv. 12. 13).
Luke gives full piarticular's concern
ing this appearance. Jesuis had
walked, talked, and eaten wIth them.
convincing them thant the Lord Is risen
indeed (Luke 24 :13-315). The testi
moiiy of such is trust worthy.
3. Tio the eleven dlisc'iples (v. 14).
IV. The CommIssIon of the Risen
Lord (vv. 15-18).
After thle discIples we're convincedc
of the ti-uthI of his resurrect ion. Chr iist
0ent them foi'thI to "iiieach thle GospeI
\\'Unat a gloriotois andi stlii'einie tas4k is'
tized iclmt! h' savedI ; but lie that blicv.
Ith nt ,-hgall tb' unneda'c (v. 10).
V. The Activity of the Enthroned
Christ (v'. 10'-:n')
.\ 'r~ isig th'. discipic'leii thir o
I iion~ . he ascendsi oni iht. icind fi''ns
tIes~ \\'htr'r er theoy wenut he co,
iriinal icewi' wornd
A CHILD DOESN'T
LAUGH AND PLAY
LOOK, MOTHER! IS TONGUE
COATED, BREATH FEVERISH
AND STOMACH SOUR?
'CALIFORNIA SYRUP OF FIGR"
CAN'T HARM TENDER STOM
ACH, LIVER, BOWELS.
A laxative totay saves a sick child
tomorrow. Children simply will not
take the time from play to empty their
bowels, which become clogged up with
waste, liver gets sluggish, stomach
Look at the tongue, mother! If
coated, or your child is listless, cross,
feverish. breath had, restless, doesn't
eat heartily, full of cold or has sore
throat or any other children's al
ment, give a teaspoonful of "Cali
fovnia Syrup of Figs," then don't
worry, because it is perfectly harm
less, and in a few hours all this con
stipation poison, sour bile and fer
menting waste will gently move out of
the bowels, and you have a well, play
ful child again. A thorough "inside
cleansing" is oftimes all that is neces
sary. It should be the first treatment
given in any sickness.
Beware of counterfeit fig syrups.
Ask your druggist for a bottle of "Cal
ifornia Syrup of Figs," which has
full directions for babies, children of
all ages and for grown-ups plainly
printed on the bottle. Look carefully
and see that it is made by the "Cali
fornia Fig Syrup Company."-Adv.
Wooden Motor Tires.
M ioev'les are' be1ing' shipped'I
:1br1':1 wVithl wo:"lenl Iire's inlstendl o'f
oIl I ubibomr. Tiei f"r'1- antwer
:Ill I'urpow'.'s In1 "111- I' 'nlith s" but no'
rlluher is till"owe''dl lto goi airoi:1il Ioiw 'x.
t'e'pt for wa1r purpoe.
FARMERS ARE I RI i HARDER
And using their fee tno r than eve before.
For all tbsce workers the frequei't us, of
Allen's Foot E:I.ne, thi anti epmtic p .wder to
bo shaken lint the sloes nl spr inkled in the
foot-bail,, increates their elliciency and i:
sures neededl phs ienl coin fot. It takes thu
Friction from the Shi o, fen hens the feet,
atnl irvenis tired, ah ling and blistered feet.
Women everywhere arte consiant users of
Allen's Foot Eac. -I)n't get foot. sore, got
Allen's Foit Eac. Bold by dealers ovory
wher e, '2et.--A\,1v.
Norwn.i ha salsedad'eei
sleihee si'hoeol foer girls tl MSinvainge'r.
Constipation gene'raiy Indientos dIsordered
stomatch, lnyer and bowels. wVrigh's Indian
Vegetable APills restores regularity without
'hile's tilhtible soil is bel by sevent
an itr x iet. If Jta poptewLan o .esfo
Ubldron. Ifolon bauers
Th'e I;uiii n i il tiis aire esperl ally
NetConent 15lu Draoj
~ LGOHOL-3 PER GENT.
''Cheerfulness and Rest.otan
Mneral. OT NARI0'fi
iA A heflpfulR Remedy for
C onstip~atin and~ DJiarrhou,
Loss OF SLEEP
Fac-Simile sigaatfre of
Enet Copy ofaper.
Tonight! Take Dod
Caloml siekens! If bilio
achy read in;
Listen to me ! Take no inore sieken
Ing. salivatiug cnlomnel when bi)iow or
Constipated. I)on't lose a lay's work !
COalomel Is mercury or quicksilver,
ileh 1uses nect'osis of tI1.I' 1ones.
U2nlotnel, when it comes into contnct
with sour bile, ernsbes ino Iit hrea k
ing it up. This is when you . Pel that
awful nausea and era taping. If you
are sluggish .1nd( "all knocked1 out," if'
your liver is torpid and hlowels const I
pated or you haVe henldnehe, diZzIness,
coated tongue, if bireatIih is had1(1 or
Stomneh sour, just take Ia spoonful of
harmles I 'ss Dodson's LIver Tone.
here's my guarantee-(:o 1o any'
drug store and get n hot tie of IodIson's
Liver ''one for a few cents. 'T'ake it
spoonful tonight, and if it doesn't
Be very certain that just as soon as
oull start feeling sorry for you rself'.
everybody else is going to stop.
In A Health
All children troubled
healthy color, which indic
rule, there is more or less a
contains just what the blot
in a form acceptable to tI
and if given regularly for
enrich the blood, improve
general strengthening tor
Nature will then throw off
the child will be in perfect
take. Price 60c.
NUX-VOMICA OR OTHEI
When A Gener
ing Tonic is I
For the Mothe,
Sapolio doing its
for U.S.Marine C
.WoCH OAW POST OF
Castoria is a harmless substitute f
and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasai
Morphine nor other narcotic substa
For more than thirty years it has
relief of Constipation, Flatulency
allaying Feverishness arising the:
Stomach and Bowels, aids the
healthy and natural sleep. T
Bears the S
Ia Use For O03
Tihe Kind You Hav,
son's Liver Tone!
Calomel For Liver
115, constipated and head
straighten you right up anf(1 make you
feel tine and vigorous by morning, I
want you to go back to the store and
getl your money. Inolson's Liver Ton.
is destroying the sale of enlonelbe
cause it is real ii Ver telicine:; entire
ly vegetable, therefore it cnn not salt
'ate or make you siek.
1 gulrantee that one spoonful of
)olson's L.iver 't'one will p'ut your
sluggish liver to work anti (lenn your
bowels of that sour bile and consti
pated waste which is clogging your
systetn and making you feel miserahle.
I gua rntee that a bottle of Dodson's
I Aver 'i'one will keep your entire fam
ily feeling tine for months. Cive it to
your ebildren. It is harmless; doesn't
grip' and they like its pIlesant taste.
Whippoorwiti *2.26 for quick ie. I)raft with
binl of lading. J. W. CARTER CO., JACKSON, IA.
with worms have an un
ates poor blood, and as a
d needs, Iron and Quinine
te most delicate stomach
two or three weeks will
the digestion and act as a
tic to the whole system.
or dispel the worms, and
health. It is pleasant to
[LESS. CONTAINS NO
z POISONOUS DRUGS.
feeded in the
or the Father,
dDER THIS EMBLEM
3r Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drop.
it. It contains neither Opium,
nce. Its age is its guarantee.
been in constant use for the
Wind Colic and Diarrhoea;
efrom, and by regulating the
assimilation of Food; giving
ie Children's Panacea-The
rer 30 Years
.a Always Bought