The Independent. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 32, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 14, 1922 Page: 3 of 8
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Why Bake At Home
when you can buy bread like it,
COUNT the raisins — at
least eight big, plump,
tender fruit-meats to the
Taste it—see how the rai-
sin flavor permeates the
No need to bake at home
when we've arranged with
bakers in almost every town
and city to bake this full-
fruited raisin bread.
Just 'phone and they'll de-
liver it—all ready to sur-
prise the family tonight.
Jt comes from master bak-
ers' modern ovens in youf
city. And it's made with
That's another reason for Its
superiority. A rare combination
of nutritious cereal and fruit-
both good and good for you, so
you should serve it at least twico
Use Sun-Maid Raisins also in
puddings, cakes and cookies. You
may be offered other brands that
you know less well than Sun-
Maids, but the kind you want is
the kind you know is good. In-
sist, therefore, on Sun-Maid
brand. They cost no more than
Mail coupon for free book of
tested Sun-Maid recipes.
The Supreme Bread Raisin
Your retailer should sell you Sun-
Maid Raisins for not more than the
Seeded (i*15o%. blue pkg.)—20d
Seedless (in 15 ox. red pkg.)—ISO
Seeded or Seediest (11 01.)—15c
' CUT THIS OUT AND SEND IT
I Sun-Maid Raisin Growers,
Dept. N-559-12, Fresno, California.
I Please send me copy of your free book,
| "Recipes with Raisins."
Gives New Life to 0!d Stockings
Putnam Fadeless Dyes—dyes or tints as you wish
That Theory Won't Do.
A humorist remarks that In view of
the fuss n woman makes over a tiny
mouse, he Is Inclined to believe that
the "serpent" Eve said she saw was
nothing but an apple worm. The only
thing wrong with this theory is that
an apple-worm certainly doesn't tempt
one to eat the tipple.—liopton Tran-
If all tombstones are reliable bad
people must live forever.
Co-operation accomplishes more In
this world than ambition.
Freud, the psychologist, gives an
example of humor in the remark of a
professor who taught at the Univer-
sity of Ooettlngen.
"Wishing to enroll a student named
Warr In his class, he asked him his
age. Upon receiving the reply that
tho student was thirty years of age,
he exclaimed: 'Aha, so I have the
honor of seeing the Thirty Years'
war I' "
The straightest road to heaven Is
the one on which you can do the most
Lots for Your
Should Not Tempt You—Use
The Economy BABiSNG POWDER
That's What Millions
©t Housewives Do
V CONTENTS 11* i
BEST BY TEST
— They know that
Good Baking Powder
can't be sold for less—
that "more for the mon-
ey '' means bake-day fail-
ures, waste of time and
The sales of Calumet are
over 150% greater than
that of any other bak-
IMPROVED UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL
I (By KKV. V. b F1TZWATKK. D. D.,
i Teacher of English Bible in tiie Moody
Bible Institute of Chicago.)
Copyright, 15*22. Western Newspaper Union.
LESSON FOR DECEMBER 24
THE WORLD'S GREATEST BAKING POWDER
A LESSON IN TRUST AND PRE-
LESSON TKXT—Luke 12:13-40.
GOLDEN TEXT—Tho life Is more than
meal, and the body lb mure than raiment.
—Luke 11': 23.
PKIMAKY TOPIC—Tin Story of a
Foolish Rich Alan.
JUNIOK TOPIC—A Foolish Rich Wan.
INTERMEDIATE AN1) SENIOK TOPIC
—Rich Toward God.
YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC
Since on October 8 we had 11 lesson
on the birth and childhood of Jesus,
many will doubtless prefer to have
this new lesson instead of the (Tirist-
inas lesson. *
I. A Warning Against Covetousness
1. The Occasion (vv. 13-15). One of
the company requested .li'sus to lie
umpire in a disputed estate. Two
brothers were in trouble over an In-
heritance. Christ refused to enter the
sphere of the civil law and warned
against the spirit of avarice. Christ's
mission was preeminently spiritual.
2. Enforcement of the Warning (vv.
10-21). The parable of the rich man
shows clearly that to be concerned
with earthly riches while neglecting
God is the height of folly. The Lord's
warning is of great Importance today;
for many are seeking gold and forget-
ting God. Note (1) his Increase in
goods (v. 10). His riches were rightly
obtained, for the ground brought forth
plentifully. This shows that a man
may be rich because of the Lord's
blessing upon him. (2) His perplexity
(v. 17). ills land was producing more
than his barns would hold. He did not
want It to go to waste. If he had pos-
sessed the right views of life and a
sense of stewardship before God, he
would have seen that his barns at least
had enough for his personal needs and
that he could have distributed his sur-
plus to the needy and for benevolent
purposes. (3) The fatal choice (vv.
18, 19). He chose to enlarge bis
barns and give up his life to ease and
luxury. It ought to be a delightful
task for men whom God has made
rich to devote their time and energy
to the distribution of their possessions
to benevolent purposes. (4) The aw-
ful indictment (vv. 20, 21). God calls
him u fool.
II. The Certain Cure for Anxiety
Having shown the folly of the rich
man who gained gold but lost God, He
now urged the disciples to trust God
and dismiss all anxious care. He as-
sured them that they need not be mix.
tous even for the necessities of life.
1. The Argument (vv. 22, 23). This
Is summed up in one brief sentence:
"The life Is more than fond, and the
body is more than raiment." The God
who gave 'the life and made the body
should be trusted to provide food and
2. The Illustrations (vv. 24-28). (1)
God's care for tlie fowls (vv. 24-20).
The ravens do not sow nor reap—they
have not storehouse or barn, .vet they
live, for God feeds them. If God does
not forget the fowls, certainly He
would do more for His children. (2)
God's care for the flowers of the field
(vv. 27, 28). If God is so careful of
those flowers which appear but for a
day, how much more will He clothe
3. The Exhortations (vv. 29-34). (1)
Make not the getting of food and
clothes your chief concern. Trust God
to provide them. (2) Seek the king-
dom of God (v. 31). Those who make
God's kingdom first shall have all their
needs supplied (Phil. 4:19). (3) He
not afraid (v. 32). God's good pleas-
ure is upon His own, and all good
things will He give'them. (4) Prac-
tice self-denial in order to be able to
give gifts to those In need (vv, 33, 34).
The doing of such deeds will tend to
lift the thoughts upward to God—-to
III. Be Ready for the Coming of the
Lord (vv. 35-40).
Having warned the disciples against
the acquisition of worldly goods while
forgetting God, and shown them l he
needlessness of anxiety for food and
clothes, He shows them the blessed-
ness of being In a state of readiness
when the Lord shall come. Convic-
tion as to the certainty of the Lord's
coming is the sure cure for woridliness
and anxious care. Tills attitude of
heart He made clear by two parables—
that of the returning of the Lord and
that of the thief. The Lord will be so
pleased with those who are waiting
for Him that He will take delight In
sitting at the banquet with them, and
even serve them. The parable of the
thief shows that the time of the Lord s
coming Is not known.
DYED HER BABY'S COAT,
A SKIRT AND CURTAINS
WITH "DIAMOND DYES"
Flich package of "Diamond Dyea" oon- i
tain* direction* so simple any woman can
dye or tint her old, worn, faded thinfs
new. Even if she has never dyed before, I
■he can nut a new, rich color into shabby
ikirts, drpaaefl, waists, coats, stocking*,
sweaters, coverings, draperies, hangings,
everything. Buy IXamond I^yea—no other
kind—then perfect home dyeing is guar*
I tnteed. Just tell your druggist whether
the material you wish to dye is wool or
I silk, or whether it is linen, cotton, or
mixed goods. l)iam«>nd Dyes never streak,
■pot, fade or run.—Advertiaement.
854 and 75t PACKAGES EVERYWHERE
Pleasant for tho Colonel.
A dusky rookie was doing guard
duty for the first time. Along camej
one of those officers who wear silver
chickens on their shoulders. The
rookie naturuliy got excited and llus-
"Haiti" ho yelled, and then stopped.
"Well, what aro you going to do
next?" Inquired the colonel after he
had remained on tho spot like a graven
Imago for some seconds.
"1 ain't sure, boss," admitted the
darky. Then ho added dangerously.
"But, by golly yo' better stan' right
whah yo' is till 1 thinks what It Is I's
to do."—American Legion Weekly.
Praise or Rebuke?
Wllle—I'm afraid I spend more than
Hubby—Moro than I'm worth, per-
haps, dearest; but don't say such a
thing of yourself.
The Cuticura Toilet Trio.
Having cleared your skin keep It clear
by making Cuticura your every-day
toilet preparations. The Soap to cleanse
and purify, the Ointment to soothe and
I heal, the Talcum to powder and per-
fume. No toilet table Is complete
are usually due to straining
Nujoi being a lubricant
keeps the food wante soft
and therefore prevents
straining. Doctors prescribe
Nujol because It not only
soothes the suffering of
piles but relieves the irrita-
tion, brings comfort and
helps to remove them.
Nujol is a
lubricant — not
a mcdicine or
laxative — ho
Try it today.
A LUBRICANT-NOT A UVXATIVE
was young, girls
"When I was young, girls were
j taught to darn their own stockings."
I "Yes, Grandma, but In those days
It was possible to place a darn where
It wouldn't show."—Life.
quick relief. A
syrup — different
fruni all others—
set stoinAt h — no
Opiates. 35c and
Mother—What do you want n nickel
Tillie—So I can buy some enndy to
ent in front of that horrid girl n< xf
door an' not give her any.—Life.
Serums and Vaccint he is
doing his best to conserve your
I interests. 25yeus
one line count rut
The Cutter Laboratory
"Th, I at. thai A'ri.it', H w"
Berkeley (U.S. Lu.rn«) California
Baby's little dresses will Just 6lmply
dazzle If Red Cross Hall lilue Is used
In the laundry. Try It and see for your-
self. At all good grocers.—Advertise-
May—Tills medlclno surely makes
your eyes smart.
Hay—Oh. put some on my head I
Earrings remained out of fashion
only as long as ears did.
To restore fraj or
faded b a 1 r to ortf
lual color, don't us*
a dje— it> danger-
ous— Oct m bottle of
QDan Ilalr Color Restorer — 8a fe as water —
apply it and watch results. At all good druggists,
Tfc, o dlracl from HESSIG ELLIS. Ck_i,u. M«wU.. la.
W. N. U., Oklahoma City, N.j. 50-1922.
A SICK, CROSS CHILD NEEDS
"CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP"
MOTHER! Move Child's Bowels with this Harmless
Laxative—Children Love Its Taste
If your child Is constipated, full of
cold, lias colic, or If the stomach Is
sour, breath bad, tongue coated, a tea-
spoonful of "California Fig Syrup"
will never fall to open the bowels. In
a few hours you can see for your-
self how thoroughly it works the con-
stipation poison, sour bile and waste
right out and you have a well, playful
Millions of mothers keep "California
Fig Syrup" handy. They know a tea-
spoonful today may save a sick child
tomorrow. It never cramps or over-
acts. Ask your druggist for genulna-
"California Fig Syrup" which lias di-
rections for babies and children of all!
ages printed on bottle. Mother! You
must say "California" or you may get
an Imitation fig syrup.
Take a good dose of Carter's Little Liver Pills
—then take 2 or 3 for a few nights ifter.
You will relish your meals without ear >f rouble :o
follow. Millions of all ages take them for Biliousness,
Dizziness, Sick Headache. Upset Stomach and for Sallow,
Pimply, Blotchy Skin. They end the misery of Constipation.
SomII Pin:Sm.ll Dote; Sm.ll Prk.
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Garnett, A. J. The Independent. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 32, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 14, 1922, newspaper, December 14, 1922; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc107599/m1/3/: accessed August 1, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.