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The C * C e * FL LASTS V WIGL5 E FEC M %VRAPPEL 4 IN Chew it after every meal FRESR -CRISP-WHOLESOME-DELICIOUS - ..... :: ....... .TIL SANITARY sinilObS APKIEDIo IN INE -: AKING OF THESIL ISCUITs MAKIL THiti THS ok*out* Bist '" * STANDARD 'V EXCELLENCE C t Io B Ura %w Dealr as them. or if not he should. L..., .AF'Y, . ..' 4$k him or write as giving his name. -. CHATTANOOGA BAKERY CA van". More or Less. Good Prospect. City Man-How many servants do "Some say the authorities are up in you keep? the air in the defense preparedness." Suburbanite--About one out of "I suppose the aviation department twelve. authorities must be." ertemWormsi orcaewormaersist in your Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are the orig the realVormituge. Dr. Pery's "Dead Shot.'' mnal little liver pills put up 40 years ago. One dose does the work. Adv. They regulate liver and bowels.-Adv. Any big man is a little mani w~ho Those persons who have nothing to profited by a fair chance. (10 keep the dlevil busy. Have ambition and your road will lie makes a great gain who loses a ead1 upw ard. bad1( habIt. THOUSANDS HAVE KIDNEY TROUBLE AND DON'T KNOW IT Weak and unhealthy kidneys cause so ATraWilonneAyn. * much sickness and suff'ering and when through neglect or other causes. kidney Tosnso epehv etfe trouble is permitted to continue. seriousta hemlanimdatefcto results may be expected. San.ot h ra iny ie n Your other organs may need attention - i tnstehgetfrisrmral but your kidneys should have attention rslsi h otdsrsigcss Brat becausentheir porople host imsortand f ou eeltha yur idnys re that Symptms and Kimdae T feetlof ~~~~~~~~~~Swamp-Root, the great kidney, liver and igbadrtobefeunl asn blader emed, bcausitit pove toblader nigtmed dy, smrtized and ita the rmedyyou eedndyurkdney tnd the pasigheckst or semkab, rto ecruse te will help mpate.aahbcahe a:bcdzi fer rgansto helth.resulsp dinestn dslepessneses. - Ifyu el ht okidneyDsease, kh ypso idney tobesknrutnrombae. Mouste op dou cneo raiz down alar- blood,-Reuoalisno rheomism, lubao, swampRoot.the geat idney liveland ing, irddritaoblty, frnoufenlpsing laddercresead emralet prvenc lac befwateritin, ayb sstn orflerita -th kidney dis ee andiyou kidneys i-slow coplion, brikdneytroubl seimnits order rean the oth. omo disost porm a biestaing uleposns neru ease tha preail thearealmo ustessamrt disturbaandu to ad Patrevagiedcy ofaKientsey Dsa. kidneyoubaelreaki erptonincedmthat Mostet pheoles not doctline theaSwrm--Roo neria, wheatisme, yubano eject, whle te orina disase oucaeth, reuarbifty-ceon-ot andehng, tn ineres tearkabem dolaenyla siz abottles ayl dru ostoffesh o fomr ae andmn ho msath ond Swamorst oa be usttearemed upneeou. asPeIat preio, they lot athmlszeSwamp-RootfswPmeasant by Teno.n tent rcogie yptentstoD.Kme&C, Bnhosamtoy N. yu Tare givesdyovn thett tontenvt themaalve eit dofrn thSedicine.T illso sen you ad hoou can valuabhle teorigonases contan-n ofreae thouad oreful ettereceiande stntkdny, lieun badermie h sytbe . Thovluae andtsuless of al protareso wEkown Ntha You eadesyr obaisen o o a sample size bottle. m-otb encresing te et oD.Kilmer & Co., Binhamton, N. Y. WhnThiig esn iventyon this oppr.i to te tem rkal'erto T tt en.Te wil' alo ienloualoos frou e n woni 1 wh Aa h on Sap Rotobeuthremedy Thate Constipated caRTER Makes ILife .anld Happy. TLE Worth Living dall PillGenuine bears signature AIE C~ o';:.n t ARTER'S IR ON PLLS *any clordees faces but wIN greatly help most pale-faced people kIIDMONAL ISONDAYScHlOOL LussoN (By E. 0. SELLERS Acting Director of the Sunday School Uourse in the Moody Bible Institute of Chicago.) (Copyright, 1917, Western Newspaper Union.) LESSON FOR MAY 6 .JESUS THE SERVANT OF ALL. LESSON TEXT-John 13:1-15. GOLDIDN TEXT-And whosoever of you will be the chiefest, shall be servant of all.-Mk. 10:44. This lesson l really a continuation of the latter part of the lesson of last week, for the glory of Jesus is his un selfisiness whereby he wrought out re demption for mankind. I. Selfishness Amid Holy Surround ings (vv. 1-11). The world does not appreciate Jesus. It never has. "IlIs own," the Jews, did not appreciate him. We are considering him today as he was about to depart from the world that had despised and rejected him to one thlat appreciated him (Ileb. 1-0). The development. Verse 2 tells of the Satanic suggestion that came to the heart of Judas. In it was personal desire, and, connected with it, human conspiracy. The coming to this upper room has been pointed out ly a mun hearing a pitcher (Mic. 14:12-16), the pitcher being suggestive of the Iloly Spirit which was about to comne in the place of the visible Christ, and it is in the midst of such sacred surroundings as this that Satan enters the hearts of students. This is a sug gestion as to the power of environment. Environment is an aid, but it does not produce ei'cctive safety. No moment Is too holy for Satanic suggestion. Jesus knew that the hour was come when he was to depart out of the world. "Having loved his own, he loved them to the end." Even though the Father had given all things into his hands, still it was necessary for him to teach the disciples once more, and finally, the lesson of humility. He knew and remembered the strife among the disciples (Luke 22:24-28). Doctor Bonard's fi'rmous dream, analyz ing zeal as being made up of ambi tion, pride and elements other than the love of God is worthy of consid eration in this connection. We need to realize the danger of selfishness even in our service for God. Have we exalmined our motives? If the con sequences of our superiority, either of rank or ability, tempts us to shirk the lowliest of services, it is time for God's children to recall this scene, and remember that "the servant is not greater than his Lord." Peter's strong protest (v. 8) brings out the fact that the washing by Christ of the dis elples' feet was deeper than merely the outward application of water (See Rom. $:9). ii. Service, the Evidence of Divine Humility (vv. 12-15). (1) This service was tender. Jesus had all things (v. 3), yet he became the servant of afl. (2) It was for all. All needed a wash ing. All the disciples neededl to learn, and all serv'ants must learn, to obey. (3) It signified sanctifleation. We are saved once for all, but we are con stantly lbeing stainedl by our contact with sin in the n1rlid; hence the need of renewed cleansing. New light re veals new need of cleansing. (4) It signified (deity. Jesus read the thoughts of his disciples, lie became their serv ant that in years to come they might know the meaning of service, Hie be came their example, and in years to come they remembered his knowledge and service. (0) It was for "his own." The disciples did( not know what it wa he had (lone to them. Little do we undlerstand oftentimes what it is the Lord has (lone to us. Jesus set them an example whereby he would remove the dirt of crime, self-seeking and every' manifestation of selfishness from their sin-stained souls, We may call Jesus Lord and Master, and it is well that we do so. for Master and Lord he is indeed, but, if we call him so, let us not (10 aught than make him in our lives what we call him wvith our lips. The idlea here 'emphasized has given rise to much religious literature. "The Imitation of Christ" by Thomas a'Kempis, is the most popular book in the world next to the Bible. "Verily, verily, I say unto you" (V. 10). This introduction shows how im portant Christ considered his teaching at this point. "The servant is not greater than his Lord" (See Matt. 10: 24; Luke .8:40; 22-27). If the Lord bent to this lowly service, certainly they, the servants, should not think it beneath them to do likewise, nor should the one that is sent (an apos tle) consider himself greater than he that sent him. John, who w"rote this epistle, was one of the apostles guilty of an unholy strife for powver and po sition, and desirous of bringing fire dIown upon those who did not acknowi edlge and follow Jesus, but he became a marvel of love and tenderness. Knowing and doing are the- twin pil lars of the Christian faith upon whieh the house of happiness is built. Such service is not egotistical, It is this that has proved the supe riority of Christianity over all the re ligions of the world. If we seek to (10 service for others, then we have the right to calli Jesus Master andi Isord,-but if.we seek( honor ramther than to beC humbly usl('ii, wve shntll have no right to call him thus. This instapee made a dleep imapres sioni uport Peter, as can be seen from the striking illusion in his first epitlne TAKES I DANGI New Discovery! Dodson Salivate or Make You! Medicine for I Ugh ! Calotnel makes you sic< Take a (lose of the dangerous di tomorrow you may lose a (lay's v Calomel is mercury or quicksilh necrosis of the bones. Calomel, n to contact with sour bile crashes it up. This is when you feel th and cramnping. If you are slu knocked out," if your liver is toi constipated, or you have headache, tongue, if breath is had or stomac: spoonful of harmless Dodson's Liv 'Here's my guarantee-Go to and get a 50 cent bottle of Dods( Take a spoon ful and if it doesn'l Germany's Way. "G(ernnny wants ilenev, but ii must be her (itwn ee, pix Germanien, a Gelmnn peace, tlait gives ler Helgi um1. niorthern1 Francev, llmania anld Conl siderabhle more. Adinral Davey, who was answering a pid fist argument iII a debatite in Sitc 1ralento, shook his head and went on: "Geriany Is (itiie willing to behave herself, provided sli (nnll run tihe whole world-have It all her own way. "(Gerniany is Ilie the iy whlose husband Cale home with a new safety razor andl( sawd, anxiously: "'On oi (e'ouit of the high war prices, my dear, I im going to shave myself hereafter. Won't you, too, do soile thing to econoin/ize?' "'Why, of course, I will,' she re piled, del ighitedly, 'I'll cut your hair.'" FRECKLES Now Is the Time to Get Bid of These Ugly spots. There's no longer the slightest need of feeling ashamed of .your freckles. as the prescription othine - double strength - is guaranteed 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 lightet ones have vanished entirely. It is seldom that more than one ounce Is needed to com pletely clear the skin and gain a beautiful clear complexion. Be sure to ask for the double strength othine, as this is sold under guarantee of money back if it fails to remove freckles. Adv. The Only One. Mrs. MeDufy-So ye referred to me in spakin' to Mrs. Cissidy is "that Janhitor--Y'ou're miistalken, m1a1'amli. It waIs Mr's. Mc~milllin next dothaIht I referred to. Mlrs. McIl~tun'y-Doni't add1( loyini' to yure otheir inisults. Ye w'ell kunow t hat maran'~l ini this blho(ck With the Fingers! Says Cfrns Lift Out Without Any Pain Sore corns, hard corns, soft corns or any kind of at corni cani shortly be lifted right out with the ingers if you will apply on the corn a few drlops of freezone, says a Cinlcinnlati authoity. At little cost one can get a small bot tle of freezone lit aniy drug store, which will positively id one's feet of every corn or callus without pain or sore ness or the dainger of infection. This new dIrug is an1 ether compound., and dries the~. lmomient it is applied and does not infia~no or even irritate the surrounding uk in. Just think ! You can lift off' your corns and~ calluses now without a bIlt of piiin or soreness. If your dlrugg~t hasn't freezone he can easily get a smialI bottle for you from his wholesale drug house.--ady. Deriving Immediate Benefit. "I'm afraid yoiu don't take enough exercise." "I used to bie de~linlquent in that re spect," r'ehlied thle indolent citizen. "But that's r4st. I get on my feet anti expanlld Ily l.migs every time ainyb~ody plaiys, sIngs '.,r recites 'The Star-Span gledl hann~ler,' and1( it's happiening more frequlently (' ery'3 (day." Umportant to Mothers Examine carefully every bottle of CASTOIA, that famous old remedy for infants aL d chllilren, and see that it Bears the... Signature of In Use for Oqer 30 Years. Children C'r' for Fletcher's Castorla Bucks Against the Style. "A fl'low who reftises to waeari while socks." A i iv nqu d atvo catar a nlir A wl-rddog goes out wahe'n lie sees that ho lAs to be kicked out. rA.E rLAC EROUS CA 's Liver Tone Acts Like Calon sick-Don't Lose a Day's Work en, Women, Children-Read It's horrible! right up and make y ug tonight and wvant you to go back 'ork. money. Dodson's Li ler Which causes sale of calomel becau hen it comes in- entirely vegetable. the nto it, breaking make you sick. it awful nausea I guarantee that on< ggish and "all Tone will put your rpid and bowels clean your bowels of t dizziness, coated waste which is cloggi I sour, just try a you feel miserable. ] er Tone tonight. Dodson's Liver Tone any drug store feeling fine for month >n's I.iver Tone. It is harmless; doesn't straighten you ant taste.-Adv. W. L. DOI "THE SHOE THAT HOLDI $3 $3s50 $4 $4.50 $5 $4 Save Money by Wearing W. L. E shoes. For sale by over 9000 shoe c The Best Known Shoes in the . L. Douglas name and the retail price is stampe tom of all shoes at the factory. The value is gu the wearer protected against high prices for inferior retail prices are the same everywhere. They cost no Francisco than they do in New York. They are alwa price paid for them. he quality of W. L. Douglas product is guarani than 40 years experience in making fine shoes. styles are the leaders in the Fashion Centres < They are made in a well-equipped factory at Broc by the highest paid, skilled shoemakers, under the c supervision of experienced men, all working with determination to make the best shoes for the price t can buy. Ask your shioe dealer for W. T. Douglas shoes. If not UPPlY you wvilh the kin(d you wiant, take n inake, writo for interesting booklet exslaining got 4shoesof the highest standiardi of qual ty for th gy return miinsli, postago free. LOOK FOR W. L Douglas name and the retail price stamped on the bottom. Presidt Training Disabled Soldiers. France is teachilig soimie of hed "4N wolndedttI S(oIlirs how to bv ip-to-dlte pilay] farmeis in spite of tli ir disailitIs. "11 At Celhtrd, in the departient of tlie soiI Loire, InII institution lisms beii opented "I vith i complete e(quipment. of modern farm iai chinery for the ctil INIvatilon tnd harvesting of crops, including i fractor "I for plowing andl other purposes. The a blig Instructton Is essentialyl practical, the "Y' staff ronsisting of a competent aigr- of p cultui'st and1 anO (xpert muechaic was 5 versed In fanri mac hliery. Eczema? Use Tetterine, sht: "I have beeni troubled with Iezema on" the face for nearly two years, and a few apsplicationts of Tretterine and the use of Tetterine .Soap Iuis entirely cured me. I cannot say too uiauchi for its praIse." Myrickts, Mass. Mrs. S. A. Itasins. Tetterlaincrs Eczema. Diand ruff. Itch ing Piles, Ring Worm anad every form of Scalp and Skin I is(nse. TPetterine 50c' Tet tertiie Soap 250e. At druggists, or by malld re t from The Shsuptriine Co., Sa WIth every mall order for Tretterine we give a buox of Shuptrine's 10c LIver Pills I free. Adv. Takes Less Time Occasionally. Tli Ihe lghor ( 'U O Lu i;y ). Ti t Ii miioves a lot ini 2( yeasrs. The Lowbrsow ( who got stuni g oni ai subturbant Iland schemiue)-It moltved( smlue overniighit .-Puck. To Drive Out Malaria M4AD~ And Build Up The System CO( Take the Old Standard GROVE'S SI TASTELESS chill TONIC. You know I _ what you are taking, as the formula is printed on every label, showing it is FR Qtunine and Iron in a tasteless form. The Quinine drives out malaria, the Iron a builds up the system. 50 cents. . Sad. I 0 ' Wrm-hyso gloomiy, told ebapj-? LOCuISt-.My SVfsweethrt's away on sevenlteen-yeasr visIt-.. Kidney & Co. Pon (BY DR. J. H-. wATSON) The klinys and the skin work In harmony. The'y're c!ompan~uilons, thwith 1Il skin beIng the seconrd pairtr. If we( deoran are anxious to keeps wull 1su amitprserve 11 ig the vitalIty of the hdieys and, al so, hv free tile blo(od fromxousi ii i1 elmts reitcor we must pay3 5 seiate ntIi 515Iion to it "'Ito good atction~ of the skini iiii to ee' fliat in i the kidneys aire flushed so' as to e'lii- GRtA1 nate the po0Isons fromi lt blood. Sweiting, by hardit work or ini a bth , You at* heast once( ai wveek. hlp s to k eep thle uip I skin aind k idnieys in goodi (towlit ion, iilexi0 hi~ush thle Ikineys by d ri nk ing plentyv liver, oft ipure waiter with rueals aind bettween~ ive i mealIs. (O)ca sionhalIly bitains ait thle drug of tI store Anturie. doule strnth . which and< will hlush th kidneyis'. anrd the In- (.nnf o te-;tlnes. Y'ot will imi that Aniurle Is this e inany tities fisure aie)iv. thian lthlia vlais anmd that itt l~ i i ovi's i iei as hot for I wat~er doeits suga~ r. ISold INTERSM1 HjELLTO! LOMEL iel But Doesn't Gripe, -Harmless Liver guarantee! Du feel fine and vigorous to the store and get your ver Tone is destroying the sc it is real liVer medicine; refore it can not salivate or spoonful of Dodson's Liver duggish liver to work and hat sour bile and constipated ig your system and making guarantee that a bottle of will keep your entire family s. Give it to your children. gripe and they like its pleas JOLAS ITS SHAPE I $7 & $8 AX8'W.VVN Oouglas lealers. Worlcd. i on else bot. arantced and shoes. The more in San ys worth the eed by more The smart if America. %0 ton, Mass . 0( irection anj 'oV. an honest hat money - otisor BEWARE OF ho0w - SU83TITUIC3 Srico, Boys' Shoes Best In the World $3.00 $2.50 & $2.00 nWougis Shoe Co.,. park St., iBrockton, Mass. The Resemblance. 'ho is Ile yoting feilow over there ng inris?" e Is the C1lub's cie ciaiion'U. 11nd it chipl of, the oldI block.' see-In poker clip. Its Style. hletnrdI you 1111( a new stilt witht clheck in It." im] heard right. It was a breach. 'iise stilt, and1( the check was. rMyling ai homeiC nnd1( takIng a wife. MAROMi -d.,lMCARRn TWO LARGE PACKAGES 25. FROM THlE HI!GHEST GRADE DURUM WHEAT . IN 12 MINUTES. COOK BOOK FREt. KNER MFG.CO. OMAHA. U.S.A. usf M~croni Fcort i (Inmerica. T PROOF CABBAGE PLANTS - Znrn~' dCarlst"0o "aeilSnoeNastom nroc; postpaid 86o per 100. Batisretio gmaan I' i'YVT PdIrt'N -zodiaw ehipmo Popi per planta600 or 51.0 dto porl00. P.V.I~s so,sE~UJZniS .~ U.,_CH A RLOTTE, NO. 18--1917. minent Resident of North Carolina Indorses 1k on, N. C.-"I suffered very muech ny back and limbs. I had some ement of the kidneys, but after Anuric I obtained relief and iad no0 trouble since. I cheerfully mend the Anurie Tablets to all muffer from too much uric acit hie system."-CAPT. WV. 0S ES, Milton, N. C. will escape many Ills and clear .1 Contd toinguie, thle satllow con ni, the duill Iiheahe, tihe lazy If you wllI take a pleasant laxa rindte lip of the May-apple, juice ' leaives of aloes, root of jalap, 'alied "Pliensant Pellets." You afin i at nhinost any dIrug store in funti ry t hiese veisetable Pellets Iln for t wentyI~-five cents-simiply ask i;r 'or l'I(rce'sq Plensant Pelletsa ori fifty years. Sold for 47 yeor. K Malaria,Chills & Fever. Also a Fine Generat IC *"egheigToi.