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MC68ON TEXT Mark 15:22-39. (Luke
GOLDEN TET Surely he hath borne
our gTlef and carried our sorrows: yet we
did esteem him stricken, smitten of God,
add afflicted. Isa. 63:4.
Last Sunday we saw Jesus on trial
bofore Gentile power. Today's lesson
brings us to the central event of Ills
saring mission to men. We must
read all lour accounts of thlB event
attentively, reverently, humbly, for It
cannot be treated even as other
events In the life of our Lord.
I. The Procession to, Calvary, v. 21.
'Twas a physically -exhausted Christ
that left the Judgment hall. A night
of vigil, mocking, buffeting and with
out food since the previous evening
loft him too weak to bear the cross.
Then It was that a son of Africa,
Simon of Cyrene, was "Impressed" to
bear the burden. The Romans de
manded that the victim bear his own
cross. He accepted the human help,
but refused the aid of the drug. Matt.
27:34. Luke gives us at this point the
incident of the weeping woman. Mark
15:23 seems to indicate that JesuB had
to be assisted to the place of the
On the Cross.
It. The Place, Calvary, w. 22-27.
Here we see him, the brightness of
God's glory and the express image of
his person, the Incarnation of truth, in
whom -dwelt the fullness of the God
head bodily "crucified." Sin has done
its worst. The Scriptures are fulfilled,
Ps. 22:16, Zech. 12:10. It was neces
sary for our salvation that he should
die exactly as he did. Gal. 3:10, 13;
John 3:14; Deut. 21:23. Even the
parting of his garments was prophe
sied, Ps. 22:18. The presence of two
malefactors had also been foretold,
Isa. 53:9, 12.
III. The Passers-by at Calvary, vv.
29-32. The people and the priests
Joined in heaping scorn upon bftn.
Even those that were crucified 'with
him "reproached him." Yet ho loved
them all. There seem to have been
no gibes for the two thieves, John
15:19, II Tim. 3:12. The cry of the
mob now "save thyself" (v. 30).
'Twas speken In mockery, but they
spoke a truth, nevertheless: It was
necessary for the good shepherd to
give his life for the sheep, John 10: If,
and by no means to use his power in
saving himself. They did not believe
on him after the resurrection of Laza
rus; is it to be believed that they
would have accepted him had ho
"saved himself?" To have saved him
self would have been for him to take
himself out of the hands of God an
act of disobedience.
IV. The Person on Calvary, vv. 33
40. In the midst of this awful scene,
in tjhe confusion of the mingled cry
of the mob, there is sounded one note
of triumph. As Jesus was thus "lifted
up from the earth" (John 12:32), one
of those, his companions, ceased to
revile him, and cried out, "Art thou
the Christ?" and, to bo literal, "if so,
save us." The other -seems to have
had his vision cleared, for he rebukes
his fellow criminal by saying "that
their condemnation was a just reward
for tnelr deeds. Turning to Jesus he
exclaims, "Remember mo ... in thy
kingdom." The answer was Imme
diate and significant, "Today shalt
thou be with me in paradise." This
Is a graphic illustration of the whole
meaning and symbolism of the cross.
In his undying hour the Savior of men
loosed this sinner from his sins and
granted blm the right to fellowship
with him in the life beyond.
Jesus hung upon the cross three
hours, i
Bearing shame and scoffing rude.
In my place condemned he stood
Sealed my pardon with his blood.
Hallelujah what a savior.
His Faith Triumphant.
Then God drew the. curtain, for even
be could not look upon that scene (II
Cor. 5:21; Heb. 1:13). Wo do not
believe the eclipse theory, but rather
that God caused the darkness, anoth
er Illustration of the closeness of roan
and; nature, Rom. 8:20, 21 R. V. The
dying-cry, "My God, my God, why hast
thou forsaken me," was uttered when
Jesus sensed the full and complete
realisation of being separated from
the Father. Death Is not annihilation,
but separation, and Jesus was sepa
rated from God the Father because'of
our sins, Isa. 53:6. Yot in that terri
ble momont his faith does not waver,
for he cries, "My God." Consoious of
his personal innocence, but suffering
for the sins of others, his faith Is
Tills Jesaon suggests thai all who
study it yield themselves to a search
ins; self-examination. Such a manifes
tation of divine loye should call forth
pnr utmost oonfldence and our un
questioned trust In our divine redeem
r. The revelation of the enormity of
man's ?ln as seen on Calvary ought
to fill ls with an uncompromising
hatred of sin. The story of the Sa
vior's sufferings ought to impel us to.
a constant (conflict with sin.
Those who witnessed tho event of
that day sn him "striokca, smitten,"
but God wai In Ma rsoonolUxg thai
world to hlnuelt
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November 23, 1914.
Howard Miller and wife, of Lurn
berton, and Clarence Roads and wife
and baby, of Shackelton, were quests
of the former's mother, Mrs. Eliza
beth Miller, Sunday.
Mrs. D. W. Brown and daughter,
Bernice, visited Mrs. Geo. Brown on
John Boush Isjemodllng his house.
Clarence Vance and family, of Sar
dinia, are spending the week with rel
atives here.
Walter Lemon and wife and daugh
ter, of Hillsboro, and Mary Dehass, of
East Danville, spent Sunday with L.
0. Stockwell and family.
Mrs. Walter Curtis, of Peru, Ind.,
was a guest of her grandparents, Wm.
i Stockwell and wife, Thursday. Mrs.
Curtis was called here by tire death of
her grandfather, Noah Fawley, at
' Shackelton.
I Mrs. Bachel Fence and son, Roy
Fence, and family, of East Danville,
were visitors of Mrs. Ella Wood Sun
day. . Rev. Ruhl will fill the pulpit at the
Reformed Church Sunday evening.
Burch Wilson Mendenhall, son of
L. H. and May Mendenhall, was born
Sept. 29, 1893. He departed this life,
by accidental drowning, It seems, Oct.
14, age 21 years and 15 days.
On the above date young Menden.
hall left home about 12 o'clock noon
to go to Mr. Lawrence Downings,
near Russelville, in Brown county.
In Russelville thatsamenvening after
dark a strange voung man entorpri a
store and Inquired the wav to Mr.
Downings and he wis dlrectpd and
also told of this creek lie would have
to cross, which was dangerously high,
as It was a rainy bad evening. He
started out and was seen by others on
the road to tills creek, also one ex
plained to him the angle of the cross
ing. On Friday morning following a dead
horse was found on the creek about
five miles below, but nothing coul d be
learned as to whose horse it was. The
buggy and harness were found about a
mile from the crossing.
On Saturday afternoon, Oct. 19, Mr.
Edwards working In the field along
the creek about two miles below the
man of good habits and of sterling
christian character, beloved by all.
He leaves a father and mother and
one brother and a host of friends to
mourn his loss.
Sad, Indeed, are the circumstances
of his departure, but we have this to
comfort us, that he was ready ana
prepared to join the "choir invisible."
Nov. 23, 1914
Rev. Moore will give a free stereop
ticon lecture on "Australia" at Liber
ty church Friday night, Nov. 27.
Everybody is invited.
John Pence and family and Ed Lewis
and family were the guests Sunday of
Grant Lryman and family.
' Mrs. Amanda Roush spent Thursday
Bear in mind that Chamberlain's with Mrs. Clark Cadwallader.
Tablets not only move the bowels but , Albert Davidson and wife spent Sun
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j As Rev. Ruhl Iscomlnghere to preach crossing discovered the body. Young
a trial sermon an memoers oi tne
church are especially urged to be pre
sent, Dow Landess, of nillsboro, is visit
ing his grandparents, N. P. Landess
and wife.
Joe Cochran, Bruce Jones, Dr. Crop
per, O. 0. Winkle and their wives
motored to Hillsboro and spent Fri
day evening with Walter Lemon and
Hugh Stockwell visited friends in
Hillsboro Saturday and Sunday.
A toilet prepustlon of merit.
Helps to eradicate dandruff.
ForRettorinc Color and
Beauty toGrayor Fad eJHslr.
We. and t ua at I'ruirgUn.
Mr Downing, the friend of Burch,
was not looking for him as the even
ing had turned out so bad. Such in
brief arc the circumstances relating
to the death of our dear brother.
Burch Mendenhall united with the
Prospect M. E, Church 9 years ago
under the ministry of Bert E, Smith.
His education consisted of a common
and high school course. He was a
great lover of music and showed
marked ability with different Instru
ments and carried a musician's certi
ficate. His last public work was in con
ducting an orchestra at the temper
ance meotlnK here at Prospect on
Sunday, Oot. 11.
Mr. Mendenhal wis a noble young
On some German railroads the loco
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said to affect the hearing of their
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day with Wm. Davidson and family,
of Frogtown.
Dow Landess, of nillsboro, enjoyed
Sunday with Elizabeth Cochran and
Allle Roush.
Wendell, Virgil and Alma Roush
spent Sunday afternoon with A. &
Wilkin and family.
Mrs. Burch McKamey,of Chllllcothe,
spent last week with Peter Saum and
Robert Euverard and family, of near
Russell, spent Sunday with Ira Cad
wallader. Mrs. Clemetine Dayldson spent sev
eral days with Albert Davidson and
MlssOllie Wilkin is visiting rela
tives in Cincinnati.
Gus Shaffer and family called on Ed
Lewis and family, Saturday evening.
O. L. Roush and wife and daughter,
Una Dell, spent Sunday afternoon
with J. T. Thompson, of Dodsonyllle.
Mrs. nenry Winkle and children
spent Monday with Clark Cadwallader
and family.
In the rainy season the wet, flat
lands of Ecuador produce a vine yield
lng a fruit which, when dried, forms a
vegetable sponge, said by some persons
to be supeiior to animal sponges.
Nov. 23, 1914.
Jas. Head, of Barberton, arrived
Tuesday for a visit with his parents,
n. N. Head and wife.
Mrs. J. L. Henry and son spent the
past week with relatives at Marshall.
Mrs. Wm Waddell spe it Friday
with her sister, Mrs. Grace McCoy.
Don't forget the ojster supper at
the Oarruel school house Saturdaj,
Nov. 28 Everybody come.
Mrs Roscoe Garen and Mrs. Wm.
Waddell called Saturday afternoon on
Samuel Garen, who is ill
Geo. Henry and daughter, Ruth,
spent Saturday and Sunday with rela
tives at llodglauds.
John Free and wife entertained at
dinner Sunday: J. A. Burnett and
family, of Marshall, Jas. Head and
Jas. Terry, both of Barberton.
Ruby Vance, wife and son, of Hills
boro, spent Saturday and Sunday with
D. T. Holladay and family.
Roscoe Garen and family took din
ner Sunday with Geo. Bumgarner, Jr.,
and wife, of Marshall.
Mrs. Samuel Bobb Is suffering from
an attack of tonsolitis.
Harley Suiters and family and Ray
Boyd and family, of Marshall, spent
Sunday with Elmer Garen and family.
Miss Drusy McCoy and nephew,
Hubert McCoy, took dinner with
Gatch Spruance and family, of Mar
shall, Sunday.
Samuel McCoy, wife and children
were guests of Samuel Garen, Jr.,
Wm Waddell and v ife spsiit Sun
day wi h the latter s sister, Mrs. Jas.
Waddell, of near Cynthiana.
Nov. 23, 1914.
Miss Elizabeth Spargur is spending
a few days in Hillsboro the guests of
Miss Esther Cameron.
Mrs. D. S. Redkey, who has been
visiting relatives in Indiana the past
month, is expected home this week.
The first quarterly meeting of the
M. E. church will be held at Marshall
next Saturday and Sunday.
The W. C T. lT. will hold their regu
lar meeting at the home of Miss Josie
Spargur on Tuesday, Dec. 1.
Misses Ruth and Eva Redkey enter
tained the Sunbeams last Saturday
Scott Free spent part of last week
with his mother at Columbus.
Mrs. Frank Waddell entertained
eight little girl friends and their
teacher, Miss Georgia Bell, with a
dinner last Thursday in honor of her
daughter, Goldle's, 8th birthday.
Mrs. Emily Shlpton, of Hillsboro, is
spending a few days here with her
daughter, Mrs. Frank Austin.
Mrs. Kate Redkey, who has been
confined to her room the past week,
is threatened with appencltls
Mrs. Mary Hodge and little son
spent last Thursday with friends near
New Petersburg.
Miss Elsa Shipton, of Hillsboro,
spent Sunday with relatives here.
The Happy Hustlers will be enter
tained on Saturday afternoon by Miss
Elizabeth Spargur.
J. H. Ivers and wif j, of Marshall
township, were guests of C. L. Red
key and family, on Sunday.
About twenty persons from here at
tended a convention of the Pythian
Sisters at Chllllcothe last Wednesday.
Misses Eva and Mary Keepers, of
Des Moines Io , spent Saturday night
with Mrs. Mattle Mason and Sunday
with Mrs. Belle Clyburn.
Word has been received from Mrs.
George Free, who is In a hospital at
Columbus, that she Is recovering rap
Idly. This is gratifying news to hor
many friends here.
The athlete of ancient Greece tralnod
on new cheese, dried figs, grain, milk
and warm water.
Nov. 23, 1914.
Willie Turner and wife entertained.
Miss Carnie Landess, of Tyro, Okla.,
and Ursel Walker, of Hillsboro, re
cently. Ervin Lelnlnger and wife spent Sun
day with Curtis Lelnlnger and family,
near Danville.
Jesse Cochran and family and Theo
dore Shaffer and wife spent Friday
with Aunt Nancy Cochran.
Willie Barker and wife have moved
to their farm west of town.
Mrs. Eliza Faris entertained a nuui
ber of her friends Saturday evening la
honor of her 7Gth birthday.
The young people of-the Christian,
church organized a Christian Endeav
or Society Sunday evening, Nov. 15.
The officers are as follows : Home
Emery, Pres. ; Lizzie McLaughlin,
Vice Pres. ; Grace Smith, Sec'y. ; Leo
Barr, Treas.
Harley Young, of Norwood, is visit
ing relatives here.
The Y. P. S. C. E. will meet Sunday
evening, Nov. 29. Subject, "Our Life
in Christ." noyt Lelnlnger, Leader.
iiariey itousn, wno lias been very
sick tho pa st week, is some better.
The smallest bird Is a Central A mrl
can humming bird, about the size jf
blue bottle fly.

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