Canadian Valley Record (Canton, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 43, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 1, 1920 Page: 2 of 8
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THE CANTON RECORD. CANTON. OKLAHOMA
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LESSON FOR APRIL 4
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THE CTICTAUH COMPANY . Nt* TOM CITY. •
WIND CAVE NATURAL MARVEL MAY BE BONES OF HEROES
South Dakota Abie to Boast of One \ Uncertainty as to Human Relics Re-
of ths Greatest Curiosities cently Found Near the Famous
in the World. Alamo at San Antonio.
Wind Care National park. South Da-j
to:.!, containing 10.S£9 acres, coosL<t> i
>i a -• ries of long, narrow passage- [
ways having variations in height and;
wj.'-h. and opening into irregular!
ch:;::;bers at intervals. There are i
three principal divisions. the first, into
which The entrance descends, being a
narrow tunnel leading sooth east.
It extend ojrti feet lower than the en-'
trance and 33© feet below Use surface .
of the ground above.
The trail then ascends by stairway 1
t* the upper level of the cave, and j
thence through ether chambers to the •
Harden of Eden, the end of this route.
From the rrossroads on this division
there Is a branch pass*-1* leading tn>j
the northeast. Here it joins the third I
<*..vision, northwesterly to the Pearly j
< ;;vtes;, parallel to the entrance passaj"
There are several branches, the j
•. leading upward into the Fair |
Grounds. 100 feet higher than adjoin-
ing portions of the cnv«\ It is reached
through a bole in the roof of 1 passage-
way. In the game reserve are buffalo, j
elk and de r.
Recently workmen have unearthed j
in a portion of the Alamo grounds at
San Antonio bones which maybe those
of the heroes of Texj^ whose bodies
were cremated by the victorious hordes
u rider Santa. Anna.
No effort was made to gather the j
bones nor to remove them to the in- j
closure of the Alamo. They were per-
mitted to remain where they were
found: and a garage is to be built over i
the spot, the ground where the dis-
covery was enade being outside the
walls and a part of the property which j
has gone to commercial use.
The Nines were found some 20H
fp*r -outh of the wall of the Alamo:
and the inquiry made has not fully de-
veloped whether they were those of
the Texaus or whether they were those '
of the Indians who were used to build
the ancient mission and who formed j
rhe colony which the friars gathered j
about them to t>U their fields and to 1
provide the food and the feed they re- j
The Human Touch Lacking.
The Right Kind.
"I want a dog to study to git
hints a bo tit canine* intelligence."
"Thee whv not try a pointer?"*
A way is 1
< for washing
> future p*'ror
' f.uttonholes t
id to have been found
neii by electricity. In
will have to tear the
If You like The
Taste Of Coffee
and youll like it better
if you are one of tkose
with, whom coffee dis-
dThe flavor is similar
brut Pos~tTim does not
contain, cafieine or any
Sold by all Grocers
Made by Posrum Cereal Co^BattJe Creek. Mich.
LESSON TEXT-Lake *4:13-3.
GOLDEN TEXT—Ought not Chrtst to
have suffered these thing*, and to enter
tnto his glory ?-Luke 24:28.
PRIMARY TOPIC—The Story of a
JUNIOR TOPIC—The Walk to Emmaus.
INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOPIC
—The Proofs That Jesus Rose From the
TO UNO PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC
—The Fact and the Meaning of the Res-
I. Two Disciples Journeying to Em-
maus (w. 13-10).
1. Who they were. One was Geo pas
(see v. 18); some-think the other was
Luke, whose modesty forbade him to
give his name; bat it Is not definitely
known. Why they were going wo can
only conjecture; perhaps they were
only walking away from Jerusalem to
relieve their anxiety and drown their
sorrow. The ordeal through which
they had passed left them somewhat
stunned; they needed the physical ex-
ertion and quiet of the country to calm
their nerves. They were sad (see r.
2. What they talked about (v. 14).
"All the things which had happened."
Strange and wonderful things had
taken place and they could not but
commune together concerning them.
3. Jesus joins them (vr. 15, 16). It
#as while they communed togther and
reasoned about Jesus that he appeared
to them. He never leaves those in
doubt who stecereiy seek the light; be
promises to meet even with two or
three who gather in his name (Matt.
18:20). Those gathered in his name
have their heart toward him In love,
and their talk Is concerning him. If
we would have Jesus draw near to us
more frequently then let us more fre-
quently commune together concerning
II. The Conversation on the Way.
L Jesus' question fv. 17). Though he
was a stranger to them his question
did not provoke resentment; there
must have been something In his man-
ner and tone which unlocked their
2. The disciples' answer (w. 18-24).
Though surprised that there should be
a single man in the confines of Jerusa-
lem unacquainted with the things
which had recently come to pass, they
spoke fully and freely of what they had
(1) It was concerning Jesus of Naza-
reth (v. 19). This Jesus was mighty
In word and deed before God and the
people (2) Delivered, condemned and
crucified by the chief priests (v. 20).
(3) Shattered hopes of the disciples (v.
21). They had reposed their hope In
him as the Redeemer of IsraeL (4)
Their bewilderment (vv. 22-24). The
story of the women concerning the
empty sepulchre reminded them of
Christ's words that be would arise od
the third day. A new hope seemed to
be arising in their hearts, yet they
were too timid to take their stand up-
on iL (5) Jesus expounding the Scrip-
tures to them (w. 25-27). He chides
them for their unbelief of the prophet-
ic Scriptures (v. 25). What sorrow
end perplexity they would have es-
caped had they believed what God had
recorded! Jesus showed them that
what bad happened was exactly what
the Scriptures had foretold concerning
the Messiah and that it behooved
Christ thus to suffer and to enter into
III. The Lord Reveals Himself (vr.
L, Nesting the end of the journey
(w. 28. 29). He made as though he
would go farther, but they constrained
him to abide with them. It would have
been a great loss to them if he had not
2. Sitting together at the table (w.
30. 31). His blessing of the bread and
breaking it were so familiar that they
knew him. Then. too. they may have
seen the nailprints In his hands while
he broke the bread. They now knew
for a certainty that the Lord whom
they had mourned as dead was alive
and in their very presence. If we had
eyes to perceive we con' l see Jesus
da j walking and talking with us.
What a different life would be ours if
we would but see him!
3. The disciples -oovinced (w. 32-
They at once returned to Jerusa-
lem and reported to the eleven «bat
things were done and bow the Lord
had revealed himself to them In the
breaking of the bread. Thev ex-
ned. "The Lord Ls risen
Christ come to every believer oa
Easter occasion In such a way that
we may know beyond the peraiv-nrore
of a doubt that ha Is rr-aMy a •«:
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Always buy an unbroken package of
"Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" which con-
Presence of mind is a great thing. :
A boy came running to his father with j
the news that a man had fallen through j
the open coal hole.
"Clap the cover on quick and call the !
policeman." said his father. "We must I
arrest him for trying to steal our coal j
or he will be suing us for damages."— j
One certain way of beating the game
is to raise something beside prices and
tains proper directions to safely relieve
Cblds, Headache. Toothache, Earache,
Neuralgia. Lumbago, Rheumatism, Neu-
ritis, Joint Pains, and Pain generally.
Handy tin boxes of twelve tablets
cost but a few cents. Druggists also
sell larger "Bayer" packages. Aspirin
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of Monoacetlcacldester of Salicylicacid.
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Eight million feet of lumber are
used annually in the manufacture of
The Itching and Sting
of Blazing, Fiery Eczema
Seems Like the Skin Is on Fire.
There is a harassing discomfort
caused by Eczema that becomes
a torture. The itching is almost
unbearable, and the skin seems
on fire with the burning irri-
tation. A cure from local applica-
tions of salves and ointments is im-
possible, because such treatment
can only allay the pain temporar-
ily. The disease can only be
reached by going deep down to its
The source of Eczema is in the
blood, the disease being caused by
an infection which breaks out
through the akin. That is why the
most satisfactory treatment for all
so-called skin diseases is S. S.
for this remedy so thoroughly
cleanses the blood that no impuri-
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the right treatment Write for
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that the way to a man's heart is tralia are tearing down telegraph wires
through his stomach." to make bracelets, earings and rings?"
"Tes. and she's given poor Dick a "I suppose they thought electric wir-
bad case of indigestion trying to find ing the best material for current fash-
LIFT OFF CORNS!
Not the Real Thing.
"What are you crying for, my little
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to rid your feet of every hard corn,
soft corn, or corn between the toes,
and calluses, without one particle of
pain, soreness or irritation. Freezone
is the discovery of a noted Cincinnati
FIND THE CAUSE!
It isn't right to drag along feeling
miserable—half sick. Find out what i
making you feel so badly and try to
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those sharp, stabbing pains. You mat
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Mrs. C. M. Pitch-
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was due to disor-
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McDowell, C. S. Canadian Valley Record (Canton, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 43, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 1, 1920, newspaper, April 1, 1920; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc176315/m1/2/: accessed December 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.