The Yukon Sun (Yukon, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 37, Ed. 1 Friday, August 21, 1914 Page: 3 of 8
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THE YUKON SUN
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"I see where tho women abroad are
offering to fight at the front, but
women will never make soldiers."
"And why not?"
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EABY HAD SCALP TROUBLE
Carthage, Texas.—'"My little girl had
some kind of breaking out on her head
that carno In white blisters and when
the blisters burst they formed some-
thing like scales. If I washed her
head and combed tli,0 scales off they
would come again In just a few days.
The trouble looked something Ilka
dandruff but was hard and scaly and
when the scales would come olt all of
the hair came also and would leave
the head raw.
"I had tried salves which only soft-
ened the scales so I decided to use
Cutlcura Soap nnd Ointment I
washed her head with warm water and
Cutlcura Soap and then applied the
Cutlcura Ointment and let It remain
over night. I used only one box of
Cutlcura Ointment and one bar of
Cutlcura Soap and her head was well."
(Signed} lira. Luella Uiggs, Jan. 28,
Cutlcura Soap and Ointment «old
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(Bv E. O. SftT-J-ERS, Director of Evening
Department, The Moody Bible Institute.
LESSON FOR AUGUST 23
THE WEDDING FEAST.
Everybody s Vnnk
Let's Be Charitable.
The Inventor of the first player pi-
ano Is dead at eighty-live. Peace to his
ashes. Let us forgive him. He never
knew what his device would do to
nervous folk in our noise-ridden Amer-
We htar of new uses of Ilanford'a
Balsam of Myrrh In dehorning cat-
tle, light applications help to stop
bleeding, making the use of a hot iron
LESSON TEXT- Matt. 22:1-14.
GOLDEN TEXT— "O Jerusalem, Jeru-
salem, that killeth the prophets, and ston-
eat them that are sent unto her how often
would I have gathered thy children to-
gether. even as a hen gathereth her own
brood under wings, and ye would not."
Luke 13 34 R. V.
To catch the full significance of this
parable which is alone recorded by
Matthew we nerd to bo more or less ^ •'
familiar with the Jewish pride of race
nnd their feeling of superiority over
all "heathen" or outsiders, and the his-
tory of their treatment of God's rep-
resentatives, the prophets
Following upon tho parable referred
to in our last lesson the Pharisees per-
ceived that Jesus spake of them and
they sought to arrest him (ch. 21:46).
In this lesson the figure of the king-
dom is changed from a vineyard to a
Relation to Hla People.
I. The King's Invitation Rejected,
vv. 1-7. The change of figure just re-
ferred to suggests not alone an occa-
sion of festal Joy (Luke 14:16), but
also Christ's relation to his people,
which is that of a husband to his wife
(he being the con referred to, see I
Cor. 11:12; Eph. 5:24-32; John 3:29).
These Jewish leaders and their nation
were first to be invited to the mar-
riage. This had been done by the
prophets of eld and later by John the
Baptizer. Under this figure of a mar-
riage our Lord speaks o£ three diffe r-
ent Invitations. The first one was re-
ceived with indifference, but indiffer-
ence never removes responsibility.
The second Invitation was received
with hostility. Nothing more fully
reveals tho foolishness and hardness
of the human heart than the way in
which men treat the gracious invita-
tions of God's love.
Wonderful indeed Is the forbearance
of God. The sin of rejecting the cross,
God 8 offer of grace, is immeasurably
greater than that Incurred by those
Jews who rejected the "Man of Gali-
Question of Worthiness.
II. The King's Invitation Accepted,
vv. 8-10. Those invited had judged
themselves "not worthy." Now go to
tho parting of the ways where people
congregate and "gather them in." Our
worthiness is in that we accept, and If
we reject we are "not worthy." This
command to go outside w as a prophecy
of the time when the Gentiles should
likewise be "partakers of grace."
Those who finally accepted the
king's invitation were both good and
bad (v. 10), but tho act of acceptance
was not an assurance of position as
we can see from the last part of the
parable. It is sad to think of the many
servants of tho king who have neg-
lected his command thus to go forth
and recruit the banquet feast. Final- I
ly (v. 10) we read that "tho wedding ;
was filled"* Heaven will not be an :
empty place, Rev. 7:9-14.
III. The Unprepared Guest, vv. 11-14.
Every guest was scrutinized by tho
king. It was a strange si^ht to boo
one who had neglectcd to avail him-
self of the garment freely provided In
which to appear on such an occasion. ,
This robe is symbolical of the robo of j
righteousness with which God will 1
clothe all who accept his invitation, !
Isa. CI: 10; Rev. 19:7, 8; Eph. 4:24; j
Rom. 13:14. For this man to present i
himself clothed in his own garment !
was to insult the king, so our own \
righteousness is os "filthy rags" In hi*
sight, Isa. 61:6; Phil. 3:9 R. V. When |
questioned about this act of insolence •
the guest was "speechless." So like^ !
' r\ ' v3
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Nicknames encourage substitution.
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high-grade shell upon the market. Some shooters insist
that Winchester "Repeaters" are better than other
makers' highest grade shells. A trial will tell the tale.
Don't forget the name: Winchester " Repeater,"
THE YELLOW SHELL WITH THE CORRUGATED HEAD.
A teachers meeting was in progress
and it was decided that the more difil
cult subjects should come In the morn
lng, and those that required less appli-
cation later In the day. History was
last on the list, and Miss Wheeler,
the young teacher, protested.
"But it certainly Is easier than scl
ence or mathematics," the principal in-
"As I teach it," replied the young
teacher, "no subject could be more
difficult and confusing."—Llppincott's
George Bernard Shaw is one of the
few vegetarians who have remained
true to the faith, and in a recent letter
to a woman, reproaching her for her
fight against the aigrette when she
still ate meat, Mr. Shaw said:
"The lack of logic prevails every
where! We call the tiger a ferocious
and ravaging beast, but what would
you ladies be called if, for example,
the lamb chop had a voice?"
Invitation and Answer.
Mr F. C. Phillips in his book, "My
Varied Life," tells how the late Sir
George Honeyman, an Infamous
writer, sent down from the bench to
a friend of his, a leading Q. C., a
little note. Not able to make head
nor tail of It, the barrister scribbled
something equally undecipherable
upon a half-sheet of notepaper, and
passed it up to the Judge. Sir George
looked annoyed, and when the court
rose, said to his friend: "What do
you mean by this? I asked you to
come and dine with me tonight."
"Yes," said the barrister, "and I re-
plied that I should be extremely glad
to do so."
WOULD MAKE A POLITICIAN
Little Willie's Capacity for Sticking to
One Idea Singularly Like Way
of Rabid Partisan.
"TI lato A dial E. Stevenson." s*tld
a lit publican leader of Bloomington,
hadn t. after all. much use for poli-
tics He once explained to me why
"Hi said that party politicians be-
lieved their side to be always right,
and t! <« other side to be always wrong.
Whatever the other side advocated, It
was horrible and infernal; whatever
their own side advocated was holy.
"He said the partisan couldn't un
demand that you might arrive at the
right thing by more ways than one—-
and thus the partisan was like the ur
chin whose teacher said
Willie, what does six plus four
" 'No. Try again/
' V . no. no. You're Just guessing
But why couldn't you have guessed
that Fix plus four makes ten?'
"'Because It don't make ten,' said
Willie 'Five and five makes ten— I
"Metchnlkoff, tho Metchnlkoff of
sour milk fame, is soon to celebrate In
Paris, said a Paris correspondent on
furlough lu New York, "his seventieth
"Since his sixtieth birthday, when he
began his sour milk regime, Metchnl-
kofT has not aged. On the contrary, he
has 1 . come rejuvenated.
T«- the committee that has In
charge the splendid honors of his
birthday celebration Metchnlkoff gave
some advice on the benefits of frugal
eating the benefits of taking no alco-
hol. very little meat and an abundance
of w« 11 cooked green vegetables. And
h • i tied his lecture with this crystal
'Good eating makes more pessi-
mists than bad luck.' "
No Menace In Sanatorium.
Dr "Edward L Trudeau, who built
the first tuberculosis sanatorium in
the I'nited States in 1S85, says:
"When I bought the first land on
which tho Adirondack Cottage sanato-
rium is built, I paid $2f> an aero for it,
but the price was then thought ab-
surdly high. My last purchase of five
acres cost me $f ,000. To my knowl
edge, there has never been an employ :
who came to the sanatorium in sound (
health who developed tuberculosis ;
while there; and a sanatorium can no
more endanger the health of the neigh- j
horhood in which it is built, even if
the residences are at Its very gates,
than It could If it wero placed on top
of a high mountain miles away from
This really means
keeping the system
full of vim and vigor,
the blood pure and the
general health good,
all of which must come
from perfectly digested
food, and liver and
This is an especially
good reason why you
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UNION MIGHT BE POSTPONED
Matter of-Fact Serelda's Two Good
Reasons for Hesitating About
Setting the Day.
The Blanks' maid of all work was a
practical young woman of about
rwent \ seven years One day when
her mistress was making some plans
for th< future the matter-of-fact
I don't know ma'am Tt might be
1 that I*won't he with you much longer,
tin' then mebbe 1 will. 1 ain't sure
Knowing that a young man had
called a good many times to see Se-
n-Ida, her mistress said:
"Are you thinking of ge tting mar-
Without the least show of embar*
rassment or enthusiasm Serelda said:
"Well. yes. to tell the truth, I am.
Then again 1 don't know If I will I've
got a good place h< re with good pay,
and lii 's such a fool mebbe I'll stay
on with you!"
Tho young man who has been Jilted
thinks that all the trouble in the
world wears petticoats.
Yon can safely place faith In Han-
ford's lialsarn of Myrrh. Adv.
"What was the fruit of your enter- ^ *se
Not From the Burns Collection.
"Where did golf originate, Sandy V
"It wass furrst spoken in Scotia,
lad."—Philadelphia Public Ledger.
If you wish beautiful, clear,
llothes, use Red Cross Ball Blue,
food grocers. Adv.
"How does Percy L>e Soft improve
guttural notes that singer
"Then let's curb them
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The average woman can do anything
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cil—and she can do that with her
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will all unbelievers stand one
day before tho great king.
The Teaching of this parable em-
phasizes our privileges in the king
doni of God. A full realization of that
kingdom means Joy, gladness and per-
fect satisfaction. On a previous occa-
sion Jesus gave up the parable of the
Great Supper which so much resem- j
hies this. Both of these parables have
to do with the attitude of men to the
Gospel invitation. There is the further
emphasis upon the nature of tho an-
swer of men to this invitation. The
first is that of men who are blind to
the glory and beauty of that which is
offered to them, though their refusal
was not final. Men, still blind, treat
this invitation contemptuously and
turn to their own interests, seeking
satisfaction, while others shamefully
treat the king's messengers. This
treatment is followed by swift Judg-
ment. Once more the invitation and
and a mixed company are gathered,
some with worthy and some with un-
The Master's final words (v. 14) em-
phasize service and responsibility.
The call was an open, general univer-
sal ono. Those chosen were not only
those who came but those who accept-
ed the conditions laid down. The in-
different, or hostile, and those who ac-
cepted unworthily were rejected.
The Golden Text reveals the heart
of the Lord. Ho deals in sure Judg-
ment; still his purpose and desire Is
to protect and to gather the children
Bafe from all harm. The doom of the
city was pronounced upn it as the
result of its refusal to ' ept tills his
For Burns and Scalds.
In case of burns and scalds apply
Hanford s Balsam of Myrrh and get
relief. Apply it to cool the skin and
take the fire out. Have a bottle al
ways on hand to use in case of acci-
A young man who last month re-
ceived his diploma has been looking
around successively for a position,
employment and a Job. Entering an
office the other day he asked to see
the manager, and while waiting for
that gentleman to become disengaged
he said to the office boy:
"Do you suppose there is any open-
ing here for a collego graduate?"
"Well, dere will be," was the reply,
"If de boss don't raise me salary to
t ree dollars a week by
night." Boston Evening Transcript.
On one occasion when tho king and
queen of Great Britain visited togeth-
er ve ry elaborate preparations were
made for their reception.
The city was lavishly decorated and
one enterprising tradesman, desiring
to display his loyalty, has the words,
"Heaven bless them both!" outlined In
paper flowers across tho front of his
shop Vnfortunately he forgot to re-
move a largo business sign that was
The result read:
"Ham and beef sandwiches."
"Heaven bless them both!"
The gentleman with tho cloven hoof
may trot with the gentleman who has
a cloven breath.
Backache Is a Warning
Couldn't Corner Him.
"Count," said the lady to the for-
eign nobleman at the charity bazaar,
"won't you buy this rose. It is only
"I nm very sorry," said the Count,
with a courtly bow, "but ze price Is a
leetle too high."
The lady kissed the rose. "And
now, Count will you buy it?"
"No, rnadame," ho said, with a still
deeper bow. "Now ze rose is price-
N:it7irr nl ways glveR fair warning when
ever anything In K'.intf wrong Inside tho
f kldn«-v weakness
il«*rr d urtnati
npt help and avoli
The Great Moving Picture.
Knlcker—Been to the movies?
Bocker—Well, I looked at a map of
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The worst cases, no matter of how lone standing,
are cured by the wonderful, old reliable Dr.
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Pain and Heult> ut the same time. 25c, 50c, $l.00b
Men without enemies have but few
Never refuse to rnarry a girl he-
cause her father Is rich. It is false
Ought to Feel Tired.
Bobblt Don't you feel tired, Mr.
Guest—No, Hobble. Why do you
Continuing the Argument.
"You prefer swords to pistols when '
termorrer j you engage In a duel?"
"Yes." replied the Frenchman.
"Swords enable you to get In more I
Kidney trouble In a dangerons thinjj, be-
muse the kidneys are the blood filters, and
weak kidneys Boon tipaet the healthieat.
system, causing rbcumatlc attacks, gravel,
dropwy and Bright'* disease.
Iran's Kidney Pills Is a moet reliable kid-
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An Oklahoma Case.
Mn J. R Taylor,
McKlnley Ave. and C
Hi , Blac k well, Okla..
anys "My back
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and my hips were
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Once Too Often.
I'arEon lllack (sternly)—Did you
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The Melon Toter—'Deed I did, pah
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How To Give Quinine To Children
FEBR1LINE W the trade-nmrk name siven to an
Improved Quinine. It is a Ta.ieless Syrop. pleas-
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Children take it and never know it is Quinine
Alto especially adapted to adults who cannot
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Many a man falli to get there be-
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The wise wife Increases her hold on
her husband by holding her tongue oc-
For mosquito blteB apply Ilanford'i
A cat will not look at a king If there
Is a mouse In sight.
rillKKHR NO-ltOTTI.E III.I KINO
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A dashing widow says that old maids
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W. N. U., Oklahoma City, No. 34-1914*
What is Castoria
CASTORIA ts a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops
and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium,
Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its ago is its guarantee. II
destroys Worms and allays Feverishness. For more than thirty years i'
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The Children's Panacea—The Mother's Friend.
The Kind You Have Alwnys Bought, and which has been in use for over
80 years, has bom the signature of Chas.H. Fletcher, and has been made under
his personal supervision since its infancy. Allow no one to deceive you in this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-as-good " are but Experiments that
trifle with ami endanger the health of Infanta and
Children—Experience against Experiment.
Urn nine ("aatorta always bears the signature of
Because ot those ugly, grizzly, gray halre. Use "LA CREOLE" HAIR DRESSING. PRICK, SI.OO, retail.
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