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Side Lights on Next Sunday's Les son for Teachers and Pupils By CHAS. K. MEYERS Nov. 20.—Jesus in Gethsemane.— Matt. 26, 36-56. We have presented in our lesson this week a scene which appeals for sym pathy to every one. To behold the blessed Savior sweating blood in agony as He talked in prayer to His Father in the last hour before His seizure by the Roman authorities, should touch the heart of any but one hardened in self righteousness and caloused by sin. It would appear that immediately after the instituting of the Lord's Sup per as studied about? two weeks ago and the talks recorded in John, Jesus and the eleven remaining disciples went out to a garden adjoining the city of Jerusalem. Leaving all but three—Peter, James and John—Jesus went into the seclusion of the garden. He told the chosen three that His soul was exceedingly sorrowful, and asked them to watch with Him. Going apart from them Jesus gave way to His feeling. He was about to face the cruel jibes and sneers of the mob who hated Him, to undergo the trials before the Roman governors, to bear i'ftfee-lashihg of the bldody scorge, and jto. die the horrible death on the cross. All this He knew, and is it any won der that from a human point of view He shrank from it? Jesus did what every Christian believer has the right to do, He went to God in prayer. What a remarkable prayer it was. "0, my Father, if it is possible, let this cup pass from me, nevertheless not as I will but as thou wilt." This was re peated three times with an interval between, when He went back to the three disciples only to find them sleep ing, tired out with lack of rest and the severe strain under which they had been. Jesus reproached them, yet made allowance for their seeming wrong in not being alive to His need of human sympathy. He said: "The spirit is willing, but the flesh is weak." How thankful we can be that Jesus will judge us with the kindly forgiving spirit shown toward His dis ciples at this time. Jesus was not praying to a God who did not hear and answer the petitions offered Him. God did not remove the awful hours of suffering, but did send strength which was sufficient to carry Jesus through the terrible ordeal. In Luke 22, 43 it is told how an angel came and strengthened Him. What a triumph was here given. Prom that hour, to the end Jesus bore all without a murmur. The agony in the garden and the cruel death was for the benefit of you and me. Gratitude should fill our hearts, and the determination come tnat we will be worthy of the sacri fice made. Our mother, who has giv en us birth, and then self-sacrificing care is held in the highest esteem by all men and women worthy of be ing called such. Deep gratitude is felt here on earth for one who bears bodily and mental pain for us. W« should not, therefore, withhold from Jesus the feelings which are natural toward those who do us good day by day. Jesus showed us the true way to pray. There was nothing rebellious in His prayer. He was ready to bow to God's plans for Him, ready to say. "Not my will but thine be done." We cannot expect deliverance from pain disappointments, suffering, but we can have divine strength to bear them al How beautiful it is to see a noble christian bearing up under severe trials. Those acquainted with the cir cumstances well know that but for a secret strengthening the afflicted one would be prostrate. Jesus from heaven above redeems His promise ."I will not leave you comfortless, I will come unto you." May the study of this lesson make the blessed Jesu? even more precious than ever to all. May we pray for the same kindly char ity to be given our weakness in doing our duty as was extended to the sleep ing disciples may we feel that one who suffered for us is due our highest love. There is little danger from a cold or from an attack of the grip except when followed by pneumonia, and this never happens when Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is used. This remedy has won its great reputation and ex tensive sale by its remarkable cures of colds and grip and can be relied upon with implicit confidence. For sale by all dealers. Wright's old-fashioned buckwheat flour is pure. Wright wrongs no man. 44-4t FOR SALE—A span of bay horse colts, 6 months old. Inquire of, B. F. Metcalf, Coon Grove, Iowa. 44-tf POLAND CHINA BOARS for sale. Of large type, February and March farrow. W. A. McHenry. 38-tf Daily Inter Ocean and Re view one year for only .. $3.50 Denison Normal 12 Creighton 6. —o— On Saturday the football eleven of the Denison Normal went to Omaha to play the second team of Creighton college. They succeeded in winning the laurels, the score being 12 to 6. Paul Tranter, captain of the Deni son team, won the toss and chose the west goal. Denison won the kickoff and had the best of the game during the first quarter, keeping the ball in Creighton's territory all the time. In the early part of the second quarter Creighton managed to get a touch down by getting off with three for ward passes, and a line smash Col lins for Creighton took the ball over. The Denison boys then braced up and the game again began to go in their favor. One minute before the first half was over, Creighton tried a for ward pass, but Dannels, for Denison, broke it up and got away for a touch down. Talcott kicked goal and the first half ended 6 to 6. The last half began by Denison kick ing to Creighton. They tried a num ber of forward passes but Denison held them for downs, and in this way the ball went back and forth during this quarter, Denison having it in their possession when the quarter ended. During the last quarter the Denison boys came back strong, using all their fakes, which brought them very good gains, but they were finally forced to punt. Creighton fumbled the ball and Talcott, who happened to be going by, tucked the ball under his arm and went about forty yards for a touch down. He succeeded in kicking goal, which made the score 12 to 6. When time was called Denison was go'.ng for another touchdown. The game was scheduled to be played with the second team of Oma ha, but seven of their players were from the first team. The star playing of Talcott, Vanderwall, John Moeller and Muir was interesting to spec tators. McCarty, Collins and Miller were the stars for Creighton. Richard son, of Denison, did some good punt ing, handling them in good style with out any fumbling. Following is the lineup: Denison— —Creighton Dannels LE Festner B. Moeller LT Collins Cummings LG May Vanderwall O Moffitt J. Moeller RG Crowely Muir RT McGrave Erikson RE Tobin Luney 11H Kilmer Tranter FB Sullivan Talcott LH McCarty Richardson QB Miller The normal boys will play the Buena Vista eleven in Denison Thanksgiv ing day and everyone should come out and root for them. Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets do not sicken or gripe, and may be taken with perfect safety by the most delicate woman or the young est child. The old and feeble will also find them a most suitable remedy for aiding and strengthening their weakened digestion and for regulating the bowels. For sale by all dealers. NISHNABOTNY ITEMS I. O Orem and wife were down from Denison in their auto Tuesday for a visit at the John Miles home. Henry Meyer and wife were Sunday visitors at the Willie Mundt home. Willie Sullivan and James McGinn visited at the William Mullenger home Saturday evening. John McGrinn and wife wore over Sunday visitors with relatives at Dun lap. Ernest Poleske is working with the Herman Krauel thrashing machine a few days this week. Barney and August Loewe and slst er Ella were Sunday visitors at Willie Mundt,s. Hattie Sucksdorf spent Sunday with her cousin Luella Mundt. Herschel Tryon called on Otto Steinkeuhler Sunday. Henry Meyer and family went to I Charter Oak Sunday in the auto to visit friends there. Miss Lucy Miles, of Dunlap, was a visitor at the home of her uncle, John Miles, the first of last week. From here she went to Denison to visit relaJves. Miss Alma Steinkeuhler and Willie Boyens spent Sunday with Jacob Rus terholz and wife. Erney Lewis and family were vis itors at the John Cornstalk home Sun day. Mildred Mullenger spent Sunday with Nellie Poleske. William Leuck and wife, of near Buck Grove, were visitors with Aug Loewe and wife Sunday. Charley and Bertha Gessman spent Sunday at the parental home. Myron Bell, Willie Boyens and Al ma Steinkeuhler were Sunday even ing guests at the Mullenger home. Henry Lorenzen and wife spent Sunday at the August Loewe home. We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cureu by Hall's Catarrh Cure. V. J. CHENEY CO., Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and be lieve him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm. Walding, Kinnan & Martin, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken intern ally, acting directly upon the blood and mucuous surfaces of the system. Testi monials sent free. Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Take Hall's Family Pills for consti pation. Seal-Shipt oysters, solid meat, di rect from the shuckere. J. B. Lyon. 48-tf THE DENISON REVIEW, Christmas Presents "Why aren't there more Christmas gifts that are appropriate for men?" and "Are there any novel presents so the stereotyped collar box, bat brush or stickpin will not have to be given this Christmas are questions often he&rd at this season of the year, par ticularly by women who do fancy work. And for once the answer may be that there is at least one attractive FIFE BACK. gift that an Ingenious woman who Is clever with carpenter's tbols can make. Tbls present is a novel pipe rack. To make the rack procure four boards from ai carpenter—two eighteen inches long by six inches wide and two eight een inches long by five inches wide. In one of the latter pieces get a car penter to bore four boles tbree-eighths of an inch in diameter and running lengthwise in the board. The two end holes are four inches from the ends of the board, and all of the boles are two and a half inches apart. The two larger boards are joined together by means of braces, which screw on the backs with very small screws. Five Inches from the top of the longer side Is fastened the board with the holes in It. so that it makes a shelf on the first piece. Then, five inches below this, is fastened the other board in the same manner as the first—by means of •crews from the back. The rack is fin ished as far as the carpentering goes. The upper shelf Is for the pipes, the holes being made for them to rest in. while the lower shelf is for tobacco boxes, matches, etc. The next thing is to stain it the pop ular mission color. Then get screw eyes and put them on the back, and through these put picture wire to hang It by. The hardest thing is to print above the,first shelf, "A Man's Best Friend." Paint the letters with gold paint, which sets off the dark color of the wood and gives the rack a finished, decorative appearance. Gift For the Golfer. For the use of the up to date father the golf score and change purse com 1 ed makes a a re is a of dark brown suede kid, the back be ing stiffened by means of a piece of a a Either buttons and buttou holes or the snappers that are used for a utilized for the clasps. A loop at the top is useful to pass over the belt, while the in at re stick is a toy fas- 4, GOLF SCOKB AND CHANGE FUBSH. tened on by silk cord. A Tobacco Pouch. When wife or daughter makes a to bacco pouch for the *pater he's always delighted. A pretty pouch in rich brown or dark green, lined with a maroon silk, would be attractive when the edges are pinked and a draw string of heavy silk with loug tassels run In near the top. it's not the kid, the lining or the cord that makes those bags so unusual, for without the mon ogram or crest done in gilt thread or In bright colored silks the iMuches. aside from being handmade, would be quite the sauie as those bought In the •bops. But with an attractive emblem or two or three iuitlals prettily em broidered in one corner the pouches are presents any man. no matter how surfeited with gifts, would be glad to receive at Christmas. Not New but Well Liked Present. Knitted or crocheted ties, tlioiiuh not novelties, will be desirable gifts, for they are serviceable and. leiuy made by hand, are valuable accessories to any wardrobe. In plain green, dark cardinal or madp of a combination of two tone effects or of two strongly contrasting colors, such as black and red or oran/p aud blue, they are strik ing contrasts as neckwear. The Ever Useful Shaving Case. An attractive gift for a man is a shaving case. This is composed of white tissue paper cut to the proper size, while the outside case of blue Ilneu, with the seams outlined in white silk, is In the shape of a football. The top Is fastened with inch wide satin1 ribbon of any color. A Christmas Present. It is not often that one can find a suitable gift for an elderly man whose eyes are weak. A reading glass of the new kind, with a handle and a leather case, would be acceptable. The person' in doubt should experiment with thia a Christmas rift this year. ', WEDNESDAY, NOV. 16, 1910 1fvemmv\\,x On Saturday Nov. 26, Opening Day, We are offering several bargains which will be worth your while to see. Don forget Saturday, November 26th. We have on display now a few toys and dolls at very low prices that are not go ing to last long so hurry and see them and get what you want of them. The Racket Store thanksgiving 9roclamaticn Prosperity and Kemming's clothes go hand in hand. Why not join in the national spirit of Thanksgiving on Our National Holiday with a general replenishing of your wardrobe? Certainly such suits and overcoats as these, or the moderate prices we are selling, warrants it. A man is always thankful when his investment turns out successful and money put into Kemming's Clothes always proves a successful investment. An invitation for Thanksgiving dinner on the very last minute. What's to be done? Why, accept. Phone them, you'll be there. Then come right down to us and we'll go over the clothing question with you. With our splendid line of Suits and Over coats we can fit you out quick ly and perfectly. The Racket Store will have its annual holiday opening Saturday, Nov. 26th, Every one is invited to come and look over our line of Holiday Goods which will be on display. Just in 10 gross of 10c and 15 Dishes. The best values ever offered in Crawford County. Listen Children! To every girl and boy under the age of 15 ac* companied by her or his parents will be given a nice present So don't forget and bring your mamma or papa in to our store Saturday, Nov. 26 San£a Claus will be here to give you your present so do not fail to come and see him. PAGE THREE Rushing off to just any store the last minute is poor busi ness—you are liable to regret it after you have tried the ex periment on your back. No need to take any chances when you can come here in a few minutes, select the suit you want and know that it is back ed by a positive guarantee of satisfaction and high quality, or your money 7g£ Co. Girls Wanted for the Holiday Days THE HOME OF BARGAINS..