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tmlF0mw 13. F'ITZWATER, D. D Bl'ole In the Moody of Chlctgo.) pW=DDPr rvtn DECEMBER 30 REVIEW FOR CHRIST TEXT--"Thoy shall abun- the memory of Thy great shall ,ing of Thy right- 145:7. ,rite Mission- We Have Missions. AND SENIOR TOP- My Missionary Duty? AND ADULT TOPIC Missionary Outlook. for the review are sug- Method. This will the main facts of each State tile leading teaching following brief state- ealled Abraham out and kindred to umke of the nation through -as to come. 1'he Is that God blesses men order that they may e This Is t universal law realm. Israel was given an exalt- order that she might to the nations The r were directed to proclalra was the Savior of all geographical posl- the besl opportunity t5 to the whole world t the center of the privilege carries with burden of the message was that God 15 great, all the nations when they turn to Him from their sins. Strong drink works great The only way to escape, totally abstain from its The Psalter, the hymn nation, has as Its the Spirit of God's world. Its aim is to call God. Jesus Christ was the pro- His compassl,m moved Him to semi In His vineyard. The message to the lost world the sacrificial death of Is offered to all. saved men In order might go to the lost world message of His salvatlon. have experienced His say- go forth to tel'I otherS. Holy Spirit is the pew- enable the disciples of His salvation. He enable them to witness. afflictions anff trials. " The Gospel was Intended Our Woman's Feature Page Containing Matter Particularly Interesting to the Ladies of this Vicinity ILLUSTRATED FASHIONS, DADDY'S EVENING FAIRY STORY, KITCHEN CABINET Ladies, Don't O00erlook This Page 00TCI-IE.N world. God in His pro7i- persecutions and strife into dice, cool slightly, pour into the the disciples In order that shell and set aside to cool. Serve witness. In spite of opposition, the Gospel In the eapl- He was not ashamed It there, for It was the Christ will come and co- kingdom over the whole and righteousness shall the whole earth. Qaestion Method. These be assigned to the the class the previous following samples are given Select Notes : the lsslonary charac-  Abraham ? God's missionary put. Israel's geographical sit- It easy to be a missionary missionary teaching 18 the missionary teaching m[sslonnry verse of some tome particulars In which the Ideal missionary. every Christian be a the missionary pew- church ? the gradual outreach of must Christian missies! Frockof Persian Print; - ',,- Cloth Coats of Regal Splendor reign Proof. ls the Son of God. He Is God in human form. substantiated "y HIS HIs tniracles, by HIs In- the history of the world. from the dead. teachings of the Word It. The character of Him as divine proves of accepting Him as The divine power He exercises today proves Is dhlne. He is God A. Torrey, D. D. yor lay parI I am I1oi EO 5k2rer at ttom that m&n 1. aa h says, I1: R.|ng el natul; ]e l fztr nore itS devastating tyraL, t. I believe he has many thimgs to learn from animal soc'let:,s, older than his own and cff infinite variety.--Io- mn Roiland. EVERYDAY GOOD THINGS Varivty i th(Psldc'e (f life and evory olsewife filltls it hard to pr,,vide a ' (-hane of nlonll. If tile allc,wance is n-t liberal for fur- nishing the table. The f,,Howing are lael'ely sHfgeSt ve and tnay he new to nlany : V a I Cutlets, Horseradish Sauce.--Wipe a slice of veal ;ind CUt the meat into pi-c Cover with boiline waler ;lnd ,,imtaer until the meat is tender. I)rain, sprin- kle with salt. dip into eta'.' *rod crun,},s and fry in deep fat. For sliut.e, tlwlt txv tablespoonfals of hllthd', add one of flour 2nd (,$Pe Cllpfll] t,f the veal hroth : se.s3fll with sail pOlpPr and onion Juice. one teaI-,onful of grated horseradish ro,t and cute-fourth of a capful of cream. The following pie may he unsuitable for every day, but it is most delightful for a company dinner: Banana Pie.--Line a ple plate with pastry and bake for twelve minutes. Cream together one tablespoonful of butter and three-fourths of a cupful of sugar, add two eg yolks beaten slightly, one-third of a cupful of flour. three-fourths of a cupful of boiling wa- ter. and cok in a double holler until thlckenett Cool and add a few drops of vanilla. Peel and slice three lar,,,,e bananas, putting a layer in th bottom 0f the pastry shell 'rod o,verinz with the cream flllit: spread :mother layer of the lxrmnas and top with the ereant Top with the stiffly-beaten eg white sweetened with fntlr t;lblospo,mfuls of I sugar. Place In the oven until a delt- i care brown. pinapple Pie.Line a medium-sized i pie plate with pastry and hake until t' well done. }:[eat one elll,fUI of vrealn. : reserving enough to mix with nqo and 1 oe-.h.X!f tableslmonfuls of corntorch; co,,k "all together in a "double hoiter foi  ! " h.qlf n hour. Cream one tahlespoon- ! ful of butter with two-thfrds of a eup- jful of sugar, add two beaten eggs and -4dd to the cream mixture, stirring con- stantly Cook until the egg is set. then add one cupful of sliced pineapple cut topped wilh whipped cream if desired re(we elaborate. A layer cake kept on hand for an emergency, filled with and topped with sweetened whipped cream amy be served for luncheon or supper as cake err for dinner as dessert, and Is always a welcome one_ "Puddings, my friend, do a mission fulfill: They add to the dinner a.a well a the bill; They cause men to wlsh, with ardor they may, That the meal which foretells them came thre time a day." SALAD DRESSINGS A Jar of nlceLv-prepared and we'll - seasoned alad dfiessing is a distinct asset to every ice- rh Ott. Roquefort Dress. ing.--Mlx together a simple Frene, h dressing using one- h a l f teaslonful of sail one-eighth of a teaspoonful of pepper, one tablespoonfnl of vine- gar. tilree tablespoonfuls of olive oil. and after being well blten add one- fourth of a cupful of finely-minced roquefort, cheese_ Pour at once over the hearts of lettuce. Honey Salad Dresslng.Take three tablespoonfuls of olive oil two tal,le- spo,nfuls of honey, one tahte)oon- ful of lemon Juice and one-eiuhth of a teaspoonft of sail Beat together the salad oI1 and other ingredients and use at once. Fruit Salad Dressing.--Combine two beaten eggs, fear tablespoonfuls of sugar, one-half teasp, mnful of salt and one-fourth teaI,onul of p-pl)er ; when beaten light add f,ur tflble.poon- fuls of vinegar, one tablespoonful of mustard and a few dashes o*: cayenn6 Cc)k over hot water until thick. Pour Into a Jar and set away in a Oral place. Mix one and one-half tahlespo-nful of this dre.sing witlL, a cupful of whipped creanL The foundation will keep for weeks in a cool place. Pineapple Drein.--lleat one cup- tiff of pineapple Juice until just warm. Blend two tablespoonflfls of butter with one oour, add two beaten egg yolks andtablespoonfuis of sugar, then the stfy-beaten whit Pour over the warm pineapple Juice and cook in a double boiler until lhick. Cool and add 0no-half cupful of whipped cream. Ever Ready Oreing.--Beat up three or four egg add the same amount of mild vinegar, cook over hot water until smooth and thick, beating while cooking. Add a little salt and put away to keep as foundation for salad dressing. Add such seasonings as desired, melted butter, whipped cream and any chopped flavor vege- table that ts appropriate to ehe salad eed. life falls In Its Iomfse I$ b.ried for- of hope still si3s by and points to mnotber lneqallties of this are the first is test and The soul life is end- world Is It Its pri- Optimism In an army ; In religion. It Is all three are phases uttitude towards the Them. hnmp recognition rbem that are heart of will g tha A PRINTED chiffon afternoon frock IS Indeed "a thing of beauty ant] a Joy forever." Seeing proves the first part of this statement and wear- ing will confirm the fact of Just such a gown being "a Joy forever." In the category of esthetic dress there Is no more reliable frock than the one made of printed chiffon. W*ha' ft frazllo loveliness of dell- if'tags of strictly fashlonables. This seast)n, ilowever, lnarks fl sensational entry of the cloth vest of regal splen- ,dor into the ranks of winter wrap aristocracy. There is considerable Interest mani- fested in- coat- fai)rtcs which simulate cnracul fur or black broadtail and there are boucle woolens which can sarcely he distinguished from astrakhan. The eate fabric, glowing with wealth oflatter Is quite the rage for short cotter ,n* design, it has Its practical Jacquettes and Is variously trimmed qualities. The very fact that It revels in taupe fox fur or gray moufflon, NEW YEAR CALLER "Happy New Year," said King Snow. "iiappy New Year," said his chil- dren. the Snowflakes, aml his grand- children, the Snowdrops. "Happy New Year," said Mr. Wind. "tIow handsome you look, Your rohe is so very, very white. I don't helleve I've ever seen such beautiful white snow." 'Well." said King Snow, "I'm a be- In such multiplicity of color, fits It : nmtched to the body color of the gar- llever In dressing up for s holiday." into every scheme of environment as meat. "I see you are." said Mr. Wind. If it were a part o: the picture. "What i The elegance of a coat of beige I "Well, whom do you think I brought shall I wear?" that ever-tantalizing cracul fur-cloth Is apparent lu the with me as a New Year's caller'/ He t stopped off to speak to a friend anti will be right shrug. I'm going to let him take my place, too. as 1 have an engagement with tile Storm King. The Storxu King is giving a great party in honor of New Year's Day. "Prince Sleet is coming and his lazy siter Softy Slush is coming along, too. She has a good deal of energy when it comes to a party, through she is lazy about not wanting to keep up any- thmg for any length of time. That Is why she Just flops herself down in such a lazy, spineless fashion on the ground. "Rather a funny way to speak of Softy Slush--to call her spineles--- but it describes her just the same." "You haven't told me who Is the caller coming to see me and those of my lamlly, who're here today," said King Snow. 'Tm going to," said ?,lr. %Vind, "but I got started telling you of our party first." "Yes, and I'm glad to hear about it, too," .aid King Snow. "Well, that splendid old chap whO stirs things up so Is going to be at our party--you know--Ilarry Hurri- cane. "Then the Blizzard Be,ys are coming dressed tn their bet and wildest cos- tume. The Icicle Brotimrs are coming and Sir Freeze-the-I'onds Is going to play a Joke on every (me who has whlsker and mustache. "Of course. I suppose. Mr. Wind continued, "'we shouhl begin the New Year with better behavlour, but you kiaow g-o re bound to hve these little parties once In awhile and we made a resoluthm tills year no( 0 make a germ resolution on New Year's Da." i "How extremely naughty of you," i said King Snow. "Well, I llke that os well as I do the kind of a creature who pretends so much on one day and i forgets all about it the next. "I'd rather see one resolution kept Aiternooo Frock of Printed Chiffon. I than dozers thought abtmt and question is happily answered when It' handsome wrap shown on tbe figure! comes to afternoon occasions aud In- to the left in the accompanying lllus- formal after-dinner affairs by the tratinn. The imndsome appearance of chiffon froek portrayed herewith, this coat Is largely accomplished As If the hmdsomely designed Per-through lt. unique and generous ad- alan printed chiffons were not self-Justable collar, and the fanciful flow- t mfficlently exquisite, genius has gone, ing sleeves, so elegantly tasseled in a step further and added multi-colored perfect match to the tie girdle of beads and regal fur until the en-'heavy silk eod. The lining of this semble becomes almost a surfeit otigarment is superb, being of silk crepe. alluring loveliness, f One of the newest accepted colors The elegant band of sliver fox on for the ch)th coat Is bottle green. The the frock In the picture expresses the bolivia coat to the fight in this pie- that this shall be a year of fur. te sleeves Is given the honor of car- The entire len-'th of this graceful tying the major part of the embrnld- Russian blouse effect Is frogged with cry, which Is developed with etruscaU Dressed in a Suit of lee and 8now, Winttr Coats tabs made of very handsome multt- colored beads. Many of the newest printed chiffon dresses are richly trimmed In beads. The effect Is ex- quisite, for the colors in the Persian design and those in the beads seem to reflect each other's beauty. was when nothing other than ma of made one to the of Cloth Fabrics. gold and bronze metal threads. Kolin- sky fur collars and cuffs this modish wrap and there Is an element of nov- etty In the pocket made of the fur. 00uality Cars at nx-r/ot To.tins . tknmrior Utlliw Coupe Quantity Prices Chevrolet now leads all, high-grade cars fat number aold. Our new low prices have been made possible through doubling our productive capaLw. We are now operating twelve ma/nmoth manu- facturing and assembly plants throughout the United States in which thousands of skilled work- men are turning out 2500 Chevrolets per day.. See Chevrolet First Notwithstanding our recent big reduction in prices th quality and equipment of our cars have been steadily its,, creased, until today Chevrolet stands beyond compari as the bet dollar value of any car sold at any price and tl most economical car to maintain, Chevrolet Motor Co., Detroit, Michigata Division ot OcmrraZ Motors Corl, avmlon . . $490 Comatc Cav . . 640 Superio Llsht DeliverT . . e 795 Utility Expve Trtte.k G-"IuI .  All  [. O. k  Mihtsan z Too Much for Him. A True Helpmate. Bill wanted to slip out of harrack.-- The Welfare WorkerIs It t]ml   : . unofficially--to .e his girl. and he your husband does aheolutol$ went to the .ntry and stated the toward the support of his famdlllt  - . case. q:he Laundress--No. it "Well," sahl the sentry, "I'll be off "Why, he hardly ever goe duty when y(,u,, come back, so you flivver but he brings track tt ollght tO h'Ive the password for to- for me to do. night. It's 'Idiosyncrasy." " "Idlo what?" "Idlosyn(.rasy." "I'll stay in lmrracks," said Bill. broken..end at least I admtre you for being honest. "And I am sure yell will have a good time and I wish you all a Happy New Year. "I wish it to all the others, too. Pray extend to them my heartiest of best wishes, as It's aid." "I will, indeed," said Mr. Wind, "and now I must hurry off, for it ls time for my party to begin. "And here comes the caller I told you was coming." And then came along a rather-old creature dressed In a suit of Ice and snow. It looked almost llke a suit of armor. "Such thick looking Ice as It wall made of, too! Aud he ddn't seem to mind hl costume in the least, lt had begun to speak and as he spoke a great, great chilliness spread over the air aml the thermometers all over hogan to tremble and then drop with fear. "I don't have to introduce you, do IT' asked Mr. Wind. "No. no Indeed," sald King Snow. "I should say not." sahl the caller. "We're great friends, aren't we King Snow T' "We certainly ape." King Snow agreed. And they waved a good-by to Mr. Wind and another wish for a Happy New Year and he left with a aplendhl flourish. "Well, Sir Way-Below-Zero, I'm glad INDIGESTION, GASES, UPSET, ACID STOMACH "Pape's Dlapepsin" Is the quickest, rarest relief for Indigestion, gases, flatulence, heartburn, sourness or stomach distress caused by acidity. A few tablets give almost Immediate stomach relief. Correct your stomach and digestion now for a few cents. Druggists sell mlllfous of packages of l'ape's DiapepslmAdv. Youth. Youth drinks the Cup of Ltfe With Joyous haste. Age sips it with Jealous care, But i ; !y,.e cup is full can hardly Be exI)eeted to ufi]? rstand One whose cup is now en; ty" Exchange "DANDELION BUTTER COLOR" A harmless vegetahle butter colo ased by mllIlons for 50 years. Drug stores and general stores sell bottle of Dandelion for 35 eents.--Adv. MOTHER! GIVE SICK "CALIFORNIA FIG Harmlesa Laxative for a Constipated Baby or Cldld. Constipated, blI- ious, feverish, or i sick, colic Babies and Children love i to take genuine : "Caltfornla Fig Syrup." No other ii laxative regulates  the tender little bowels so nicely. It sweetens the ;a stomach and starts the liver and out griping. Contains no nacadl a- soothing drugs, Say " tl, your druggist al avoid emml Insist upon genuine "CalIforla SyruP" which contains Advertisement. What He Pat's idea of Distance. The motorists had 'lven a weary road In Irelsnd, seeking the way to Lahlnch. Presently they asked Pat. who was working at the roadside: "How far to LahlnchT' "Ye're half-way, faith." "Half-way from where?" "From here." Minister" to StrangerI caw '  at nly looking intent;f now. Isn't it a ha dsOme etl|fk Strangel:--I gless : . lice. I was Jnat th klug t ,11 splendid filling station s, e It otm- pled.Fa rm Life. Watch Cutlcura Improve Yo On rising and retiring gently tamest the face with Culcura Wash off Ointment in five with Cotlcura Soap and hot  ]1 Is wonderful what Cutlcara will for poor complexions, dandra and red, rough hands. Nothing rioug,  "I understand your genes  l" j Dr. Peery'a "Dead Shot" I not a Icemfe Or trrup, but S real, old-fashtod medici.s which cleans out Worse or Tapeworm with etry," it single dose. $' Pearl St.. N. Y. Adv. 1 "Only dnrlng hl spare thlt w I Any man who tries to dodge his J A good wife relnember a  j taxes has no business to hanker for meat paid her husband as long al Im!t  fame. , lives. SAY "BAYER" when you buy-0000 Proved safe by millions and prescribed by physidans fag Colds Headache Neuralgia Lumtiago Pain Toothache Neuritis Rheumatism # Accept  "Bayer'" wh"-ch contains prov'--"- . 1 I - Handy"Bayer" boxes of  Ah'o bottles of 24 and 100---Dag [a elm txqtde mark of ar Mlmufaetta Of Motxooetlgaeldcate o to see you and to have a chat with - " .................................................................................... you." atd King 8now. for as you may have guessed, Sir Way-Below-Zero was his ffiend, '"and "i  welcome you right cordially." "That rejoices me," ,said S|r Way- Below-Zero, "for I haven't a great many friends. Somehow people don't warm up to me." "Never mind, Sir Way-Below-Zero, you're pretty powerful and you have ,: l i00,iH t.s your own way and don't have to copy any one else." "You're a frlend," said Sir Way- Below*zero to King Snow and they clasped each other wlth their cold hands, v Inead said to other: