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Sunday School Column Side Lights on Next Sunday's Les son for Teachers and Pupils By CSAS. K. MEYERS. Sunday School Association Officers. President, \V. C. Van Ness, Denison. Vice President, J. B. Alfred. Manilla. Secretary and Treasurer, Chas. Iv. Meyers, Denison. »Department secretaries are as follows: Home department, Mrs, Pierce, Denison. Normal de partment, Prof. E. W. Fellows, Denison. House to house, Mrs. Harper. Dow City. Primary. Mrs. VOBS, Denison. Temperance. Sears McHenry, Denison. Missionary Miss Sadie Neeley, Manilla. LRSSOX READING NOTICE Mr. Meyers: I cannot attend Sunday School and intend to read the lesion notes for 3 month beo-innino- with the iirst week in a 1 9 0 8 Name .... P. O If you intend to study the notes at home fill out the above notice and send it Mr. Meyers. Jan. 26. Jesus Cleanses the Temple. John 2:13-22. The lesson tells of how Jesus went up to Jerusalem and entered the great Jewish temple. There he found the large court or space surrounding the more holy portions of the temple used by those having animals for sale as sacrifices, and those who exchanging Jewish coins for those of other na tions. It should be remembered that -the Jews were still worshiping after the instructions given them by Moses, and as modified by the customs which had grown up in the years since. They had the priest kill for them an inno cent animal as a sacrifice for the sins of the owner. The magnificent Solo mon's temple had been destroyed many hundred years ago. Later it had been rebuilt when the Jews came back from captivity, but not in its original splendor. It was the rule that all good Jews must go to Jerusa lem to worship and sacrifice, although there were synagogues scattered about where the sacred scriptures were read and explained. There was a temple offering which must be made in Jewish coin. So in time, those having animals fit for sacrifice had crowded in. by custom, ready to sell these to Jews coming from a distance or from the city having no animals with them. The court had in the time of Jesus, became a loud market place, and shrewed money graspers charged a goodly fee for giving Jew ish coin which could be used at the temple, in exchange for foreign coin. It was upon such a scene as this that Jesus came, and he rightly showed his indignation by ordering and driving out the hucksters and overturning the tables of the money changes. He said that God's temple should not be made a house of mer chandise. We shall speak of two of the great thoughts which the lesson verse set forth. It is one of the serious things which confront those wishing to have the world generally,and the church of Jesus, grow better, that the spirit of gain and graft is constantly being met. where holy and religious en deavors and thought should have full sway. Many hold to the idea that the church building and certainly the room where the minister or priest officiate should never be used for any but strictly religious exercises. Certain it is, that many have been shocked at things which are done in the room, sacred to them by partak ing of the holy communion, and scenes and time when it seemed as it God's Holy Spirit was in the midst. This is a question for each church to decide for itself, but it were well to be on the consevative side. The great Apostle Paul wrote in 2 Cor. 6: 16 "Ye are the temples of the living God" adding "God hath said I will dwell in them." In the begin ning of things God breathed His spirit into man. Thus it appears that our bodies are temples in which God's spirit dwells. If so, should they not be kept clean. Should we commit sins which are nasty, which wrecks our bodies? Again God's spirit should be in our hearts. How can we expect it in a heart full of wicked, thoughts? So let this lesson in par ticular determine us to have clean bodies, pure hearts, fit places for God's spirit to live in. Let all interested in better Sunday schools remember that the state sec retary. Rev. Fitch will speak at Den ison on Tuesday Feb. 18th. At the same time there will be held a town ship convention for Denison. There has been a strong program arranged, and every suparinterident and teacher in the county will be welcomed. It is urged that all superintendents and teacheis bear in mind Decision Dav, the first Sunday in February. Now is the time to have the children make th^ great decision. It is hoped tnac every school in the county can make a report of work done along this line. Let the children who cannot attend a Sunday school note the offer of a New Testament to those who will read the lesson notes written by Mr. Meyers, faithfully for three months. Cut out the coupon at the head of this column and send it to him if you ex pect to do the reading. \*L tf\ !M a 8 ls ,r 2 P'jhji DAY ON MISSION FIELD. ss Mamie Glassburner Writes Her Daily Wcrk on Chinese Mission Field? of We find in the Times of Charter Oak a long letter from Miss Mamie Glassburner, who went from this county to work amortg the Chinese. As there are many interested in her who do not have the Times we re print a portion of the letter. Here is how she describes a day at work: Monday evening—This has been a busy dav. I got up at six and was dressed and ready for morning watch with the girls at half past. We all have our "quiet" time together in the large schoolroom. You see. our girls are still very young and their habits all in the formative period, so it seems best to remove all tempta tion to carelessness by having them all come together for their devotions. Many of them are very earnest little Christians, and it is an inspiration to see them kneeling in their silent pray er either before or after their scripture lesson, just as each one prefers. After morning watch. I stayed with the girls through breakfast, and then had my own breakfast meal a little more hurriedly than usual. That finished, our work people gathered in my study for prayers. There is usual ly just enough time between this and the school chapel prayer for me to prepare my scripture lesson for the latter, but I was late today. Then I had to seethe school cook about some thing, and before I was through with him the new pastor came in for a lit tle chat. He really made a very short call, but by the time he was through and I had finished my interview with the cook, the hands of my watch pointed to half past eight, so there was nothing to do but to catch up my Testament and Hymn Book and run. Chapel over, I have the dearest little arithmetic class. I take much pleas ure with it. /Today we opened a little kinder garten for the outside children. We had thirteen and are quite sure of several more right at the start. Bertha, my assistant, has had some kindergarten training, and I have sent home for books and magaiznes. so I hope to be able to help her. She loves to work with the children, and I trust this first little handful of child ren may be the promise of far greater things. I hope to be able to gradual ly get in non-Christian children and thus reach the parents. One of the teachers was not here this^forenoon, and 1 had to look after her classes. In the mean time I managed to make a blackboard map of Paul's journeys for my class in the woman's school and to take the kin dergarten children off Bertha's hands for half a hour when she was getting tired. Two classes at woman's school this afternoon, one with the girl's a look in on first' arithmetic class, a walk over to the new church to call on the new pastor's wife, supper, a Chinese letter, a half hour in rear ranging the programme so as to pro vide for the kindergarten, ends the list up to date. It is after half past seven, and the messenger's bundle of letters must be ready before bed time. I forgot to tell you, too, that my physiology class just came in for a lift over a few hard places in their lessons for to morrow. And so the day goes. There is nothing very great in any of them but they are just filled with little everyday tasks that I trust count in some way in the Master's plan. 1 am sure the messenger will bring me letters when he comes back. I dreamed of you all so plainly the other night—all night long. The home coming grows more vivid in my thoughts as the passing days and months bring it nearer. Will we ever get through talking when that time comes? Now a loving good night. God bless you all. MAMIE. OSTEOPATHY. Dr. Emma Johnstone, Osteopathic Physician. Denison, Iowa. Office and residence at the home of Mr. E. Oj Thiem. C. C. Phone No. 236. 49-t. GROOMING COUNTS But it cannot make a Pair Skin or a Glossy Cout. 1'yiu^, brushing a-.!*! m'.i'.a:. v. ill pi liiiu a (.lean i-our. l.ilt Caariot: xluco the covet oil siiaotinif.-s ui «l tilo.ss of the hor.vi-':. &!:in, viiioli is li..j coru picxiou. The 1-t.I::-s v.-ill ih* point. Lane's Family Is the lest preparation for di-sire a laxaciv meuiriuf 'i v/ va f/4 Ztt -^Tt^STISw r#i PUBLIC SALE. HAND TOOLS. Post hole digger 4 spades, hand planters, garden plow, Lawnmower. vise, Saws. 2 Grindstones, Double trees, Sledge, Crow bar, axle, forks, and many other things too numerous to mention. HOUSEHOLD GOODS. Kitchen table, chairs. Dresser, Commode, Benches, Gasoline stove, cupboards, dishes and many other things. -v I will also sell my fur coat, and a ladies' fur coat, two fine fur robes and blankets, for which we will have no use in the land of sun shine. Terms:—Sums of $10 and under cash: on sums over §10 one year's time will be given on good secured notes bearingS per cent interest. W. J. McAhren J. W. Smith. Auct's. with yood conrli'\ii:H cannot la houit, /. Cremu3, lotion*, \v:'isli-.-s ami powders cannot make a l'..ir s!.:::. Lvt-ry Lorst i.itiu knows that the oatia n/'t ol'*hi3 t'Uorou^l.bri. i.l coincs from tlw anir.ial's "ii'!-ri^-M" vou'ltion. let the bor.e got "Ou liis fivd an 1 l.ia co'it dull. C:i"- Charter Oak Times—John Way and his granddaughter Miss Alice Riddle, came over from Denison Saturday, the latter to spend the day with her girl friends, the first, to complete work of setting the monument over the grave of the late John Torre.v Mr. Way tells us he has had a good sale of his fancy poultry advertised in this paper, but he has a number of fine ones still on hand. Bluffs. Iowa. 1 MI'UV, v.-lio I'.ui will give tiio hotly pertt-i-t fleauii:HS3 internally an I i!io wliolennaieiiess that proiluoes sttch skills as paiu ei-3 love to copy. 4. HMSB!. Having sold my farm and remov ing.to California I will sell on TUESDAY FEB. 4, 1908, at my farm known as the old Gillett place. 54 miles south west of Denison, 1.J miles east of Arion adjoining Crawford County Poor farm on the north, the following described prop erty commencing at 12 o'clock sharp. SIX HEAD OF HORSES consisting of Five Mares all bred, weighing from 1400 to 1700 pounds. One yearling mare colt. SEVEN MILCH COWS. four of them being fresh and three soon to be. FARM MACHINERY This will be the greatest sale of farm implements and tools this win ter. This machinery is just like new a great deal of it having been used only one season. Come and buy it at your own price. Five lumber wagons, three combination hay and hog racks' complete, Dane stacking oufit. clean sweep hay loader. Tedder, Rake. Standard Mower. Self binder, Corn binder. Two Disc's, Seeder, Harrow. Two 16 inch John Deere Plows. 3 Rol ling Colters, Edge drop planter. 4 New Departure win plows. Corn plows. Ground roller. Fanning mill. Grinder, set Bob sleds, two seated carriage, and single buggy, 32 foot canvas .stack cover Gasoline engine 21 horse .power. Fifteen cattle feed bunks. Three tanks, Troughs. Four sets of harness and fiynets, three sad dles one of which cost $35.00 and has never been used. THE DENISON REVIEW, WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 23, 19cS JOHN D. SIEVERS. Spices offer a larger Opportunity tor adultera tion than almost any other article of food. When you buy in bulk you c::nnot be mre of getting pure Apices. When you buy a pack age of TONfi'S you get spices that are guaran a so el iresh. clean end full strength—you know that you are setting lull value for your money. 1 A TRAVELING PAIN. Tnere is no disease quite so peculi ar as rheumatism. The pain which is in the little finger today may be in one of the toes tomorrow. And so it travels all over the system seeking an outlet, and finding none it settles per manently in one place, and from its home other pains start, and settle down and multiply. Dr. Drummond's Lightning Remedies for rheumatism attack the disease from all points at once, and their work is always suc cessful. If your druggist has not got these remedies write tu the Drum mond Medicine Co., New York, and describe your case. Agents wanted. Nonpareil Breaks 'Record The Daily Nonpareil of Council Bluffs, la., in all probability led all Iowa newspapers during the year 1907 in its circulation growth. Outside of certain newspapers in two of the largest cities in the state, the circul ation of The Daily Nonpareil ex ceeds tnat of any other Iowa news paper. During the fast year the Nonpareil has strengthened every de partment and has added others, mak ing the daily issue of that paper a complete compendium of the news of the day. At no other time in the his ory ot that paper, (and it has been published for over fifty years), has it so entirely fulfilled the mission of the first class paper as it has d.uring the past year. The publisher's prospectus of what is to be done during the year 1908 in that progressive esablishment, indicates that Nonpareil readers will, to a fuller extend than ever, receieve the worth of their money in the future. If £you are not already a subacriber, you can address the pub lisher of the paper or write direct to The Daily Nonpareil at Council HAY BY CAR LOAD. 200 tons of good prairie hay for sale. Will deliver at Denison for $9.59 per ton Frank Kuester. Vir gil. S. D. 51-tf y& PLYMOUTH ROCKS. I have the thorough bred Plymouth birds, raised by M. Wiblishauser and will sell them at usual terms. They are beauties. John Way. Deni son, Iowa. 50-tf. Skates and Roller bearing coasters at Wygants. A A N N O N A N PEPPER GINGER CINNAMON MUSTARD NUTMEG ALLSPICE CLOVES 10 cents a package at Grocers TONE BROTHERS, O S O I N E S I A ID the District Court of the State of Iowa, lu and For Crawford Conuty March Term, 1D0S. D. L- HOUSTON. Plaintiff. vs. L. A. SLOCITMB anil ORIGINAL R.A.SLOCUMB. NOTICE. *. Defendants. TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANT?: You ar each of you are hereby notified that on or before the 17th day of January. 1908. a petition will be filed by the plaintiff. D. L. Houston, in the office of the Clerk of the District Court of Iowa, in and for Crawford County, asking judgment apainst you and each of you for the sum of $5 0. with interest, statutory attorney's fees and costs of suit, on your two promissory notes, of Date June 22. lt 3. made to H. S. Green, now owned by this plaintiff. You are further notified that plaintiff asks for the issuing: of a writ of attachment in said suit, and that Lots Numbered Ten . Eleven til], and Twelve  in Block Numbered Nine , in the Incorporated town of Dow City, have been at tached herein. For further particulars, you are referred to a copy of the petition, when on file. You are further notified that unless you appear thereto and defend, in the forenoon of the second day of the next Term of said Court, Com mencing at Denison. Iowa, on the 30tn. day of March. 190S. default will be entered against you, and judgment rendered as prayed. Dated this 13th day of January. 190S. GEORGE McHENRY and CONNER & LALLY. Attorneys for Plaintiff. Tell Us About It. This paper can give all the local news only as our friends lend us their co-operation. If anyone visits you, if you contemplate leaving town, if you seo or hear or do anything out of the ordinary clay's routine, tell us about it, that we may tell the public. Notice to Property Owners. Notice is hereby given to property owners abutting on and within 150 feet commencing at the Manhole at the intersection of Anthony and Wal nut streets and running thence west on Walnut street to the intersection of Walnut and Howard streets, thence north on Howard street to the inter section of Howard and Chestnut streets in the City of Denison. Iowa, that the assessment certificates for sewer on construction in said streets are prepared and ready for delivery to the contractors, and if said adjoining and abutting property owners wish to avail themselves of the extension of time of payment to seven annual installments with six per cent in terest. they must, on or before the. 8th day of February, A. D. 19u8, call at the office of the City Clerk and sign the waiver upon the certificates as by law provided. Dated January 11. 1908. O. M. CRISWELL. City Clerk. It is very important and in fact it is absolutely necessary to health that we give relief to the stomach prompt ly at the first signs of trouble—which are belching of gas. nausea, sour stomache. headache, irritability and nervousness. These are warnings that the stomach has been mistreated it is doing too much work and it is de manding help from you. Take some thing once in_a while especially after measl: something like KODOL For Dyspepsia and Indigestion. It will enable your stomache to do its work properly Sold by Lamborn Drug Co. For Rent—Five room flat, city water, Inquire of Mrs. S. Dawes. It depends upon the P'" vou take DeWitt's Little Early Risers are the best pills known for constipation and sick head. Sold by Lamborn Drug Co. Fastje for fine furniture shop and see for yourself L. M. SHAW. Call at 42-tf. Chamberlain's Uougn Remedy Cures Colds. Croup aud Whooping Cough. For Sale—Familton residence $5500, Elite Restaurant $3500. if taken be fore Nov. 1st. Harvey, Hosteller, 40-tf. Adm. Your Printing It should be a fit representative of your business, which means the high grade, ar tistic kind. That.s the kind we do. AN EXCELLENT ASSORTMENT OF TYPE, GOOD PRESSES AI.'D TYPOGRAPHICAL ARTISTS Uf? These represent our facilities for doing the kind of printing that will please you. The prices are right, and prompt delivery the invariable rule at this oSice. .^»^V^'^?:'^.'^TnrrriChV-*^rr•t^yr-ry^.^-r^t wMgiitrqpiyr Pres. S^cte, RANK Of M\M nir.:*f»-r:y-!rt-'v- CAPI$AL, TIOO.OOO. DEPOSITS, tsoo.ooo. CruaifotdL County State Batpk, 'v' ©coisorj, Ioula. The Bast Security General Baiiking- ESitNiucsisi7 for depositors 13ono. per cent Interest Incorporated under the laws of Iowa, givlnjr best security to depositors, as each share-holder is holder not only for amount of stock, but his personal property is hoiaen for alike amount also. State Banks are under control of State Auditor, who can examine them at will aud published statements are according to his findings, thus aeoosnors have more security than their contidence in the bank's oftcers. Capital stock can not be used for outside speculation or Investment. The Crawford County State Bank is the best incorporated banking institution in the couuty PASSAGE TICKETS SOLD. INSURANCE WRITTEN LOANS NE80TIATED. ABSTRACTS FURNISHED, DIRECTORATE: I OIRECTORS: ^°rnwell, Pres. George Naeve, V-Pres. L. Cornwell, George ISaeve, H. F. M. E. Jones, Cash. C. J. Kemmlng, Aest. Cash I Schwartz, O. Tabor. J. P. Conner. ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••a••«••• If you do not care to buy a house in town perhaps you are .. looking for a farm of your own for next year. Better pay a small rate of interest on your own land than to pay the landlord big interest on his investment. We have all kinds of tarmB at all prices in all localities. Eugene Gulick, Insurance, Rentals and Collections. The Stewart Lumber Co* W. J. SCRIYER, Manager. Denison, Iowa. Lumber, Lime, Coal, Cement. Agricultural Implements Plumbing, Heating, Building, Estimates Furnished. YARDS AT—Denison, Charter Oak, Dow City, Dunlap, Ricketts, Ute, Schleswig and Bunk Grove. W. R. Temple Co. We have for »ale three of the best Hog Wire Fences on the market to day. Call and examine them. Also Red and White Cedar Posts at Rock Bottom Prices, Owl Cement beats all the cement we ever handled. Poultry Netting from 3 ft. to 6 ft. high. Sewer pipe from 3 in. to 24 in. And everything to be found in afirst class Lumber and Coal Yard. W. R. Temple Co. and Soft Coal the supply now and thus get in before the prices go SWSSfi GREEN BAY LUMBER CO. I P»?e 3 Farm Loans at 5 C. F. KUEHNLE. V-Pres. C. L. VOSS Cai£ lone ond stiori Time Loans 01 Lowest Rates. interest Pniifon lime Deposits. ftccoUnts oT all Branches of. Business Conducted. Personal attention Kiven to investments for local patrons. English or Uerman. C. M. JENSEN, Prop. Has a well earned reputation for the best in Fresh Meats, Fish, Oysters, Smcked, Meats Hams, Bacon and Sausage. PROMPT ATTENTION PHONE ORDERS Have you an Eye for Your Own Interests? If so. you will see Engene Gulick and learn his terms on blouses to be bought on easy monthly payments. After that you will never pay out money for rent again. Exchan9e Business Conducted In SIMS A KUEHNLE, LAWYERS REAL ESTATE LOANS AT LOWEST RATES 1 The Broadway Meat Market! E A E S A E a O A N S up.