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t h. 1 IiV i Fireside Talks with Rev. Alien on present day applications C5f the Sunday School Lesson j Rev. Ernest Bourner Allen, D.D. Pastor of the Washington Street Con. grcgntionnl Church and the Marlon Lawrancc Sunday School, Toledo, Ohio. LESSON FOR MAY 19th Lesson Title ".leans Exoivlslnc Kingly Authority." Lesson Text Murk 11 :1G-18, 27-33. Golden Text "AH authority hath been given unto tuc iu heaven and on earth." Matthew 28:18. I. Receiving the King. Kings usually receive a groat re ception and many honors. Jerusalem was looking for her king and her chil dren sang songs, while the people shouted and spread garments In the way, when Jesus came. It looked for a time as though the people were real ly going to acknowledge his authority and kingship. Hut the 'Pharisees and other leaders stood aloof. The com mon people were disturbed. They doubted. The fickleness of the hu man spirit began to assert Itself. Thoy did not make Jesus King. How do you receive da rdu How do YOU receive your king? "With public approval and then with flnnl indifference nna rejection? How many there are whose religion varies ncqordlng to the popular mood. At Easter the world remembers. The throng 1 sat the church doors. In two week. Mr many, the spasm has pass ed! The coining of the King is al ways a judgment day. whether for Jeuialom, for the world or for us! II. Accepting the King's Cleansing. Something about Jesus made them fear him when he drove the money changers out of the temple. They knew they ought not to have boon there. It was a deecrnllonof relig ion and lopresuiited the supremacy of f-eed. Life is a temple that needs cleansing today and Jesus Christ is able to do it. Out of our sacred places He can dilve the selfishness which forgets God. Is your life temple iu need of cleansing? Call Him to help you set it in order. AVhnt are the proper uses of God's Oft-- s--" s4 house? V do many things there which wis did not do years ago. Time was when even an organ was tabooed. There are entertainments and lectures of one sort or another, ysome helpful, others which seem to leave us with lent of reverence for the sanctuary. What Is the remedy? III. Dilemmas The chief priests, scribes and ciders questioned the authority of Jesus. He retorted by asking them to say whether John's baptism was from heaven or from men. If they said from heaven, they were convicted, be cause they did not obey him. If they snld from men, the people would rise against thorn. So they took refuge by saying they couldn't tell! They were beaten by n clear-cut dilemma There lire people today who would learn more and do better If they tried to trip others less. The authority of Jesus is shown by his words and his works. The ccntur les' of history since he was on the earth have justified ills claims and bis teaching. Ho shares his authority with NO other prophet. IV. "Every evening." The Itecord says that "every cveii ing he went out of the city." He found it necessary to rest and so he went to the shelter mid friendliness of the Bethany home. The city life is a strength-sapping work today. Our lives must be supplemented by the help of the home circle. Are you appreciating and using your home fortress as you .should? All Artists Are Galled to Colors NORTHWESTERN OHIO COMMIT TEE ON PICTORIAL PUBLICITY IS ORGANIZED TO ASSIST UNCLE SAA1 HEADQUARTERS AT TOLEDO MUSEUM OF ART. Appeal for Many Causes Needed and Suggestions Arc Asked for Now. FREDDIE GOES FISHING AND CATCHES A GIRL Whale y N ;w Believing He Has Hooked a His Cries Arouse the Neighborhood. Cincinnati, Ohio. Little Freddie Goshorn, aged 3, tired o playing alono In the front yard, evidently asked him self the ancient question, "Which had I rather do or go a-flshlng?" Fishing won tho point, so he soon found one of his father's fishing lines and taking a piece of meat from the family Ice box ho promptly proceeded to fish. Ho didn't think it at all necessary to look up a river, lake or ocean .for his piscatorial exploit, not yet being a disciple of either Walton or Munc hausen. He simply cast his line out the front window of his parents' third floor flat. For some time he failed to have any luck and Freddie, becoming wiser In rapid bounds, began to doubt the fish stories told by his father. Suddenly he got a bite that an old time fisherman would call a whale. Freddie pulled ana the "fish" let out a scream. He pulled again and a sec ond scream aroused the neighborhood. Freddie reasoned to himself that he never had heard of a fish screaming, so he leaned out of the window to have a look. On the end of his line ho saw Mary Hall, aged 4, residing on the first floor of the building. Freddie dropped his line. Neigh bors cut the line and Mary Hall .was taken to the City Hospital in a patrol wagon where the fishhook was cut oit of her head. Freddie declares he will catcli a fish It he has to buy one and stick it on the hook. All artists in Northwestern Ohio are asked to submit ideas or sugges tions for the fourth Liberty loon, war savings certificates, thrift stamps, Hod Cross food conservation, national unity mid . Americanization. These posters need not bo finished drawings. A suggestion can be submitted, which will be forwarded by the committee to the western headquarters in Chi cago. If adopted, the Idea will be re turned to the artist for him to finish, or it will bo finished by some artist selected by the government from Its staff. Brutlshness In parting parents and babes, killing women mid children, nnd acts like the murder of the con gregation in tho church of Paris on Good Friday, can be handled In poster form. Ideas for tho fourth Wherry loan should be drawn In proportion to 8x12 inches. War savings stamps sugges tions should be In proportion to 5x 5 8-4 inches. They must bo delivered at the museum not later than May 13. Posters covering special subjects Will also be required. One 24-sheet poster for large bill boards, size 230 Inches by 100 Inches, sketch can be made smaller In this proportion. One poster 30x50 Inches, on the order of the poster by Pans, "To Mnko the World n Decent Place to Live In." This poster can be made full size. One poster to appeal to Americans of foreign birth 20x30 Inches. One pos ter with a child In it 20x30 Inches. There Is a tremendous demand for this kind of poster. One poster appealing to farmer. 20x30 Inches. The government is anxious to get n good appeal for fann ers. Posters for the ariny, navy and aerial service are wanted. A window card, half thcglzp of the Pennell card now in use, size 10 1-2 x 14, also is wanted. The piiuclp.il plan of the committee is to get ideas. Anything in the way of suggestions will be acceptable from advertising men and publicity writers. Besides taking care of the wants ot the government, tho committee will neeopt posters for the needs of To ledo in the Americanization campaign. The organization for Plctoral Pub licity is open to anyone interested, western Ohio 7800 ETA OITAOINN and tile headquarters for Northwest ern Ohio will be at the Toledo Mu seum of Art. All suggestions and pos ters should be sent here and any ad ditional information will be gladly given upon request i i . ' " - 8 li Pmya U Crss Over)CT2SGk ' Parsons Garment 2S2-&&4 Summit 5trt IdTiq Wore tftat selh "ffcottex Toledo, Ohio Dainty White Dresses for Graduation At our store you Will find a Tery complete assortment of the newest Ideas In graduation dresses. These frocks represent the nowest styles of tho eastern designers and are exceptionally desirable because of their simplicity and grace fulness. They are fashioned of beautiful white Georgette, nets In ruffled effects and taffeta bands, and the daluty organdies and voiles. P ft 15 Others at $19.50 and $22.50 Arsons Car lkk ' ff In the organized might of this Ite publid every American has a place, a station, and a duty. Some light, others must work, save, and give fin ancial support to the government. GREAT PIANO BARGAIN -The Cable Piano Co., 311 Superior St., Toledo, O., has a fine instrument in a nearbv town which, rather than ship hue kto Toledo, they will sell at a great sacrilice. This piano has an elegant case, is equipped with all modern improvements, and is fully guaranteed for many years to come bv The Cable Piano Co., who are one of the largest manufacturers in the world. Remember, in order to make a quick sale they will make the price very low and will accept reasonable terms. f If you are interested, write to them.) EGGS SHIP YOUR WHITE OR " BROWN EGGS net, no commission; returns day of arrival. All reasonable drafts honored, to ALEX MERSEL 191 Dunne St., New York Relcrencet Atlantic National Bank Chatham & Phoenix National Bank All Com. Agencies United States Food Administration License No. O-0740S BIG MONEY IN BEES We can supply you with Bees and the Supplies to run them with. Our Free Catalog sent on request. Honey and Beeswax always wanted. Write us. Department No. 30. S. J. GRIGGS & COMPANY TOLEDO, OHIO This picturesque garment is a use ful garden apron or overall. It is , just the thing to wear over the sum mer dress when one wants to play at work in the garden. The deep pockets shaped and embroidered to resemble flower pots may be used to carry all s.orts of things like seeds, string, sheers, bits of wood for mark ing and other small tools. DAISY FLY KILLEK ffisff rarftffi.S; Hirs. ;cai, cican, or namental, convenient, cheap. Luatt all suaaon. Mado ot mftal,can't spill ortlp over; will not soil cr Injure anything-. OnarantftM clltctlvs. SolittYdultri erCN'nt erprrss prepaid for 31 BABOtD 80MER8, ISO DeKrlb Avenue, Brooklyn, H.Y. Royal Motors Company Treasury Stock Capitalization . . . $1,000,000 100,0,00 Shares, Par Value, $10 "i (No Bonds or Funded Indebtedness, aUShayes Fully Paid and Non-Assessable.) Crush crowns, Judging by their really representative showing, have been accepted as favorites of the sea sou, and, as for feathers that are un curled and stick out In all directions, they nre'certalnly In their heyday. ' TORN your LOSSES into PROFITS by using EUKEKA Hog and Cattle POWDER Eureka Hog & Cattle Powder Co. 443 St. Clair St., Toledo, Ohio I am using it and haveiexcellent resulti. It is a great worm expeller and keepi stock in perfect condition. Very truly, W. II. FREDERICK. Ill Lyme Street, Bellevue, Ohio. Bm llliiii Kvtfi Dti r Auv jjuiii iii Juiu irniiui'ri.i uvMi- iftav trjtcsi Headquarters for Tractor Oil Write or Telephone to BALSO OIL CO. 238 N. Erie St. TOLEDO. OHIO iwi. i.hn... 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PLANT The factory, which is located at Napoleon, Ohio, is equipped with the most efficient machinery that could bo purchased, with sufficient floor space to manufacture 20 tractors per day. OUR COMPANY ARE NOW IN PRODUCTION Our company, with its excellent plant and its men, plan to turn out and sell 3,000 tractors the first year. DEMAND The need for tractors is world-wide. Owing to the increased demand for farm products, it will be necessary to replace the one-horse plow with a tractor. Think how great the use for tractors will be in the next five years. PROFITS On a production of 3,000 tractprs the first year, the stock in this company, conservatively speaking, should pay from 25 to 30 dividends. We consider this an exceptional opportunity to share in the manu facturing profits of the farm necessity. Mnnufacturera of The Lober Non-Bursting Radiator Core Lober Art Brass and Specialty C9. Special attention given to out-of-town customers. 12Q-128 Xlih Street . TOLEDO,.OfflO Royal Motors Company 218 Huron Street, TOLEDO, OHIO Royal Motors Co. 218 Huron St., Toledo, O.' Gentlemen: Please give me complete information con cerning the opportunity offered by your Company. Nume R Address. v'l I t I 7 i - jL .