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PREk TY S WHAT
SPOS HAT I
E VEN as You ind I, little daughter
feels at her best whei becomingly
frocked. The big stores pay homage
to her youthful highness by (Itting out
for her a realm of her very own. Hlere
juvenile apparel is temptingly dis.
played to her childish heart's content.
It is the popular idea nowadays that
little daughter should have as com
plete a wardrobe as mother's very
Thus early in 'life, the little girl's
edieation begins of dressiig appropri.
ately for the Occasion. Designers are
Dainty Garments 1
ncouraging this thoughit by creating
for school and morning wear dresses
of checked and plaid ginghami. The
"compose" dress idea 1s carried out
fin the long waist of solid-colored cham
b~ray, with at sewed-onu philted ginghiam
For playtime hours cotton crepes In
prettiest colors ever are hand em
broidered In gay strandIs of wool and
there are bloomers to mnatch.
Prepatratory to rows and rows of
fancy hemstitching, mother, auntie.
and sister dear are busily engaged In
dmptwing threa-d after thread from soft
upitIdrbe at rcs
The linygaifuy ar ecn
whoaichgwn-us toet byweaIus
fnrschootaleUl todrness efr thesltte
ofeckedrth iittl princesslghat frhkei
inthe piure.t ofslidcled ate
bryre wlthinsado plaited gIndla.
Thrt see omc sokncos
Forc adyuian hoesacttn erinr
pretiet clor eSrome Mond esi
grode In gay ftanst cofo wotond
-thsrthere blttle trock mah trg
aatey tholdrojutws 111 os howf
fcyhedaity slip wonbthe aunieh
wosise cuerl are builydenguele i
res~ive trbad sfttreadro Asoft
ednt grellow pandy frocksm
wh xte rons ove neto eI lupt)
as a inthes tor mre.s o Ithe aitth
gyl.Bown epfe I cginine aso
e sforth' the lit h p in ! frokai
mh iurery i enlivlowd wihnrhsl
ZEVELS IN COLOR
side and stream, tennis court and
goir ground lure to sunshine and sport
I the great outdoors.
We are remaining true -to our, first
love, the fabric hat. While straws
have come In strong for millinery inl
general, when it comes to the sports
htt, fibrie remains the thought su
preie, aithough mnu111y sports hats
have straw facings. There is, however,
exceptlons to the rule in the straw
holy hits aid in the iew tagal straw
baits cut out of large plaques, just the
same as of a material by the yard,
.' . ."- . .......
'or Little Dau ghter.
These tagal shapes, through the deft.
ness of t q designer, are embroidered
over their entire areat either with
straw, angora or chenile. They are as
pliable as the fabric culY ha t.
As to color, evei the millinery va
enhulary fails to convey the vivid
charm of the light copper shades or
mimiiiaosa yellow, paddy green, sage col
or, rose shades. roman stripes, bluejay,
amaberglow and kindred sports toles.
liibbonl plays a very important par
In sports millinery. A smart black and
white efifct, whilch combination is em
i)hasizei tiroughultlt sports iltliniery,
is carriedI out in the top hat of this
grotup. Th'le entire crown and( top) brim
is checkered in a kindergarten weave
of black and white ribbon.
Smiocking Is used for the heige v'el
heather hat to the left. Tils is a new
fabric just out which has a velvet
plile, is all silk, summer weight and1(
conmes in new exquisite colors, includ
ing Ame~~riean beauity, Scotch thistle,
partridge browvn and chiamois shade,
litz *t.s ew sra$uhl
wiSots Milliroy '.Thssuedn
coppiler coilor fori thie hailtvwhich has
tte'(111 gu i p sit ioned'( so styllshly,.
I 4CliIan st ripes~ are a pronoutncedl
featur oa' f the se'asoni. T1hls et'i9ec in
sIlk knil is~ strt'ehed over a~ tin
wVired4 fiumheIit ion for the fihml hat ini
PYDIGHT BY VISTuAS tlVSPAPn Ui
IMPROVED UNWFORN DffERNlIO0NAL
(By I., . - V. V.'T1-WAT.:lt. D). D.
Teacher of English Bible in the Mood
Bible institute bf Chicago.)
Copyright. 19:2. Wentern Newspaper Union
LESSON FOR APRIL 23.
UZZIAH'S PRIDE AND PUNISH
LESSON TEXT.-l1 Chron. 20:1-1..
GOILDECN TOiXT.-Prlde goeth befor
destruction and an haughty spirit befor
aL fall.-Prov. 16:18.
RW1i'ERhNCE MATElIAT,. - Nuni. 1
1-16; Deut. 8:11-14; 11 Kings 6:20-27; Dat
PRLIMARY TOPIC.-The Story of
JUNIOR TOPIC.-A Man Who Forgo
INTIEiRMEDIATE AND SENIO1
TOPIC.-"Pride Goeth Before Destrue
YOUNG PEIOPLJE AND A)ULT TOPK
-The Perils of Prosperity.
I. Uzziah Made King (vv. 1-5).
1. Ills Age (v. 1). lie becane kin
tat the age of sixteen.
2. Length of ills Reign (v. 3). 11
reigned fifty-two years. Ils mother'
nam1111e was Jecolalah, which ietiI
".Jehovah is able," or "Made'strun
3. Ills Character (v. 4). He dl
that which was rgilt, in tihte sight u
4. HIis Prosperity (v. 5). lie dl
nitely sought God while Zeeharia
lived, aid because lie sought lim Gi
Ina11de him to prosper as liongf as 1
continued to seek him. lie, like Joni
befiore him, turned sside when tile it
flueice of the man011 of God was r
II. Uzziah's Achievement (vv. 6-1.5
1. lie Built Eloth (v. 2). This wu
a port on the lIed sea which had hi
lost .to .udah. No doubht It wis II
aiml of tile father to get possessionl I
this port, so the son uniaks its restori
11011 ils first diuly. It w is n iII
portant trading p1)olut and the con
nerciu1 interests of tihe nation woul
be greatly lucreased by its possessiol
2. le H1ad Millitary Success (v
6-8). (1) He coiquered tie Plil;
tines (V. G1). After subdulng them It
disinatilled their fortified cities tn
built new citles lin their stead. (2) It
defeated the Arablians (v. 7). (3) H
inade the Aimnioultes across the Jo
dan pay tribute (V. 8).
3. lie Fortified .erusalem (vv. I
15). lIe took advantiage of the pe<
which was low injoyed because of ti
subjugation of hIs enemies to fortil
Jerusalem. He placed in tile towel
great engines of war for hurlih
4. His Civic Improvements (v. 1
In the regions south anld west
Jerusalem lie built towers whii
served a threefold purpose, namiel;
observation, defense and shelter P
his cattle. This enabled him to car:
oil ills stock-raising enterprises.
5. HIs Army (vv. 11-15). It numlbere
307.500. It was thoroughly eqlllpp<
and drilled. God was with hiim, all
his fame spread far and wide. Ti
source of his strength was God.
Iii. Uzziah's Transgression (vv. 1
Th'ie prosp~eri ty best owed upon01 hl
by tile Lord was too much for him
is heart was lifted ulp withl pridi
Tils is aiways so unless counlt~ract(
by divinie grace. In his pridie he pr
sumlptuiously intruded intto thte Priest
office. This act was not hecause<
forgetfulniess, hut of dlelberate pu
pose. Azariah and eighty other priesi
remlonlstratedl with 11111, but1 this on11
made(1 him anigry. T1his act was
tresipass against God.
IV. Uzziah's Punishment (vy. 1
While raginlg In is wrath and abou
to burn inicenlse lie was smtittenl wil
leprosy, a direadftul, inlcuraible and ul
clean dlisease. Tis judgmtent cani
upon01 hill as ai consequtence of h
overweening prIde and vanity. lHe wi
thlrust out of tile Sanctury-excludc
from God's house. IndeedC~, is ouV
con)scienlce sm1ote him, and hie hurrie,
ly wvent ouit becau~lse he knew that ii
Lord hlad sititent him1. Hie not1 ona
wats excluded~ from tihe place of wo
ship, but was dethroiled. Hius Sti
.Jotha was11~V1 miade regenlt. Is jud
I. Suddenl. Th'ie Lord'( smlote hl
while attired as priest, with eeniserW
handl. Fr'equen'ttly God's judgmaent
a re spteedy. 2. Severe. The lepros
broke forth upon his forehlead. Ti
silmie judgment hefeli Miriiamn f(
speaking against Moses (Nmin. 12:10
and1( Gehlazi for lying to Elisha (
Kings 5 :27). Great silns deumau:
severe punlishment. 3. C2onsplecou
Azaiah and1( all the priests looked il
and beheld the leprosy (v. 20). Ti
51p0t on Uzzlinh's fovehlead proclait'
himn as tihe object of God's wral]
hlow many113 tOdlay are hearing abom
the mlarkls of sin-God's judgment
4. Humailatllg. lie was henceforl
unclean--cut off from~ tile congr'egi
tion. This is what sin aliways do('
5. Fatal. it endled in dleathl. "Ti:
wages of sin is deaith" (Romw. (1:23).
Cause and Upholder.
God alone . . . Is in I ilmself, an
18 the Cause and Upholder (if e'ver;
thing to whicih lHe bas givenu belig.
Praise the Lord.
Oh. thalt men wol praise thie Lou
for ils goodniess anud for his wonder~lf1
works to 'the childre'n of meon '--HIhl
A blockhead cannot come In nor i
away, nor sit, nor rise. nor stand, iik
a man of nsea-.n......
I There is only one medicine that really
tands out pre-erminent as a medicine for
urable ailments of the kidneys, liver and
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root stands the
iighest for the reason that it has proven
o be just the remedy needed in thousands
ipon thousands of distressing eaves.
3wain-Root makes friends quickly be
ause its mild and immediate effect is soon
-ealized in nost cases. It is a gentle,
3ealing vegetable compound.
Start treatment at once. Sold at all
Irug stores in bottles of two sizes, medi
un and large.
However, if you wish first to test this
great preparation Rend ten cents to Dr.
Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y., for a
nample bottle. When writing be sure and
npntion this paper.-Advortisenent.
The ynic Is a nun who says the
t pice of life Is Illostly woodenli nut.
ADVANTAGES OF PARCEL POST.
You tiuke it se.ure bundle of your
shofles ild perhiap lenther's or si-ter's
or a friend's. that needs % sole or
heel, or soine other work to put thsitn
In goid shape. You send IInI by
lurvel l'ost to The Keliton Shoe Ilos
pital. whlelh Is reailly 11 well e(1liip etI
sin1all Shoe luctory. The repilirs will
be dnile boy fietlory iniet hods tha1t will
more thanl please youl. anci~ yourl shoes
returned inl I, t ln uIrlisllgIy shor. inne
looklhtg neialer like now 1han111 youl
. 41 w l hlI eve ossiIt.. The wiorak will
be c1'lle by l':Isiax t't SIII wil1kerps. huva'nIg
dwille expien041ce ill shoew ftetories innk
e ilg high grlie shoes. \Ve hals have
II liltu exSIpe'rielted i ll 111 kills of a h r
1- goods repmirs. s12lt -viases reneu'wvd. an1d
re-paired. Tl Keiaton1 Shoe llIospqIIia,
11I2-1. Mi1 rket St., Chill Ill Iantogn,
). TenU.-Advertisetnen t.
11 Mall who ilys s e III' . t' illist re
p ?m1inthel the rivl(s' agist gailig too
- IN BUYING ASPIRIN
ALWAYS SAY "BAYER"
Look for the Name "Bayer" on Tab.
lets, Then You Need
"Rayer Tablets of Aspirin" vn he
taken s1fely fio, Cod1s. 'eIInlI(-Ie,
Toothinehke, Hiurnehie, Nouralgin, 1ui
balgo, liheutulatisna, .Joint l'nins, Neuiri
ts, and l'n1in gene'railly.
e ''o get (uick rievif follow ecr1efu1lly
the saife and propier direei1ons Iin each
Vunbroken package of "Haoyer rtablets of
Aspirin." This pnekuage is plalinly
statn1lpe'd with the safety "Bayer Cross."
The "IBuyer Cross" 1111nn1 the gen
uine. world-fauinous Aspirin prescrihe<
by physiclins for over twenty-on<
- years.-Advert Isenient.
'"1 wish to 11 Q' 11 adveti ' ou'ol lege."
"C'(.ertninly, sir'. Shall I mal3ke a1
rough (iri 't of t du(vertisenut for
" Yes. YOU IllightI. say th:it we liatve
d a fuculty (if smventy-five professors,
e $10,.(MI0 equiilent andt(] sll fnieill
ties for htiher edu('ntion2."'
"'laiive youi n stIurn1112?'"
- '"Those1 two itins shldll he' set In
d e'xtr Ilariige type. IIt doesn't rea'lly13
ma~ltter nhloit the rest. hut If you In
S sist, thle (othler'1( adntaiges you offer2 to
St' youth oi(f (our c enutr tty ('111 he set
a Bird Talk.
"'Ami I tweet'?"'I I tw i'r she1.
"Y ''Y ireI Iwee(l ,"' gurigh'd he.
h* "A~ flne' Jilr Io f bairds." conIllnelnl
1- 2(a oilhlaelo 'l r wh'o oPverheard1I'.
e [Louisville ('our1ier-Jouai lt
" The Boy1
Postu is ' pe
ofta n cfee
- itPwseto be as cen
hnhealth fro the r
losss treuer ofhP
0 thenetisfaous te
t elighful. rn
it wis to be ac
Beat the Bolt Weevil! Buy Angus He Wanted. Kesow.' '
cattle. Sanford & Iich, Mockviile, "You'll be out In
N. C.-Advertiseinent. the einent speciailt, as
for ai inoitiett att tile bed 0? si
Hardly That. before Vinklig 207 other calls
'And avoid all sweet things." uled for that day.
"IJey, doe, *do you inean to pay I lwuks. loetor," epied to,
can't go to see y best girl?" tlelit. feely. 1101t lion, much?'~
theO R 1 emnnepcait sI
For Infants and Children.
fMothers Know That
.AconOL-3 P N.
Vetable frCP As- wavs
Unjte omacsand 0owetso
~*ti~t1eto~dS~ld~ Bears the
Th ferebyfromo tingDide5 Sinaur
cheerfulness and RestCOGUI
Mineral. OTNARGO- ofI
onsitio n Diarha" and rf
anud Feveri~shnless atu
Loss OF SLEEP
Zro Inang For Over
rac-5 M~e sigauro
JM Thirty Years
ILac Copy of Wrapper. THE CENTAUR COMPANY. mrw YnnK CITY.
1)ON-T 1.11 TIhAT (COUGH ('ONTINUE1
'viiko B ers t.A he t~~ .i~ far.
At - or col in Your ht. ive a few dertt f 8i'(.INH." It will
A Art i r d-4trution fo iy iis e -use1 . '4i~iN'/. lli4 boL" h
standT h reti r'I 111: tIyFIXi'ZA, Ya uNrs AC
com ry.oI n Fat at itil (irti u l 4 in tw 14iv/41
--10I btEi.)ltAL Co.%PIANY G(IIEN, * OAD
APPLES MAY HAVE RIPENED!
Ask Your Dealer
But No One Was Unkind Enough to 00aItfoExCE L
Quetion Young Matron About j114 &
That Peculiar Pie. TE CENTARC
The Wtlmin wh e nh, f lint('itiig littile Year's Wear Gunrante d
ta ii n im eor tnl rt ein :N y fr DoIlIa lit.M ZA 'N .LM.
Ask Your Dealr
Six o' eight friends werte haiving din. No rtbber
1ner with the couple. to ro
Por. 4iniie intll I hs the prou ( brilde- 'i fty . r n r
groomi had bei singing the ises '" 4 arvin
of Ihe olnllig altron's Mex r Gnretn,' stretch. If our dosler 4AnaWt
.iif 'J 4'iel 11 carry N-1 AT or EmAM
the culin ry aI rt, pa 11ic l h lje- M 3up'iterl2b 5 en direct, ininir e
(~~eCMI~'3eub ~ Dame. A tiet no e ~t aat
i ing ihillity. No"s"epeNwt 254 Nu-WaY AlrdCh S,0mNO~r
"My hlusbaildl insIsted thlt I inn ke Co.. Mirev., Adeda. M1.
fn lilple pie for y-(oil People. and 1 (o4
hiope It will bet good(." shte texplined.t muain sti
''T t'itji'R Wei('iilit i'eii111( ~ The chii lreit't'r plaiytog hide
lul 5( iif'iiii I 11( ii't ~t ' andg see( 5(k. Threei4't of' them itiin, Robe4J~r,
sugn r in it."' an d II ien-weet Ii1(4 huddll to.gethe r kU
When the mnuch-d iscuiss('d liast ry' i iiI '41lc' 'ts i tti fwi
iiapp'ueare It looked lprom ising indeedi. I itgi 1 ' il
Thle cr'ust wiis fluky antd brwe to MiIgiid wsfjtu'ignu'lit
Sinkinag theii knife dely'i in it, t he fi.ii1i'4141Ilt rtiIn hatoc lk
Ymuiig Miatrotn liffed out a geneitroui~ts t'ii(ilij. Viirf sity
p ile(e o f (litow (te npjles had ripenetd !) t~' 41ii 'di o f~u du
Surehill. ct hlng rsiftawe. el
~~'ziii It', 1(44.' ''Sgn o dti' g rg et; wasnt' 1'ipt oninIg nu in th
It I in st lins l~ n ituiionreit room i~l ofin g lftemi.
Th avie'heagv hiec ffo' getngnonn-te
oni tewolrwssmlehu and fraiiavieUe
a stenough:l"Keep:whathyouhave, and
Juey 'Ini pIt.-'shanaf rlurl-wihu mon eys .\orart, l ; n
bura gon ays.roo h ruehn witbe
" heally'suntil theihave wr lo "That the hd.hotw-o
" Thofen it's hard tloget ar "el u ohn supply.m m
wrdhelpdi say." " nd itdo's efre." froahny. disturbning mr.
dru lemntsohviyn Yntuan ben wit mostuf togedn
Whos efet aye wtandrto yown grcr
y docTor ca vice road gav hlhi ao goetting
on n teforldanysodymtoefondowamlav wh.
enoueh:hoeephina you have, and bido t"i on
Ireu fthei policy ruverybhonyo elh
buta ioo mny; oviersnilookn the ulyte wditho
re hev lth, unigter havefo tlot wha rfto he h
rHaTh it's hrtes a espply
Yo a ein wit Postum to-lC. IcBtl Cek ih
mydco/ a y iha re oyu rcr