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SUGGESTIVE QUESTIONS ON THE
REV. DR. LIN8CGTT FOR
The object of the International
promote, by questions, through the
the teaching of Scripture in connor
(Copyright 1910 by Rev
SUNDAY, JUNE :?), 1013.
(?elden Text: "I am not come te
destroy, but to fulfllL" Matt. V:17.
Tho following questions may be
used as an originnl lesson or as a re
view of the twelve preceding lessons.
The date and title of each lesson,
whore found, golden text and one
question from each lesson follow:
April 7-Tile Appearances of tho
Risen Lord. I Cor. XV: l-l 1. Gol
den Text: This Jesus hath God raised
up whereof we aro all witnesses.
1. Verse 7-What proof did Jesi s
give at his various appearances after
bis resurrection that it was really
himself they saw?
April M.-Ti o Use of the Sabbath.
Mark 11:23; 111:10. Golden Text:
The Sabbath was made for man, and
not man for the Sabbath. Mark II:
2. Verses 23-24-What is the ori
gin of the Sabbath day, and what was
Its original purpose?
April 21-The Appointment of the
Twelve. Mark 111:7-19; Matt. V:13
16. Golden Text: Ye did not choose
me, but I chose you and appointed
vou, that you go and bear fruit. John
3. Verses 14-16-Jesus had a
large following at this time. What
method, therefore, did he adopt in
selecting his twelve apostles?
April 2H-Tbo Beatitudes. Matt.
V:l-12. Golden Text: Blessed are
the pure in heart, for they shall see
God. Matt. V:8.
4. Verso 4-What is it to lie
blessed? (This is ono of the ques
tions which may be answered In
writing by members of the club.)
May 5-Poverty and Riches. Luke
VL20-26; XVI.19-31. Golden Text:
A man's life conslsteth not lu the
abundance of the things which he
possessed. Luke XII: 15.
5. Verse 2 0-Wherein consists the
blessedness of poverty as Jesus here
May 12-The Law of hove. Luke
VL 27-38; Rom. XIII: 8-10. Gol
den Text: Thou shalt love thy neigh
bor as thyself. Rom. XIII : 9.
G. Verses 27-28-What benefit ls
it to us, to the cause of (Jod or to
our enemies If we love them?
May IO-The Old Law and the New
Life. Matt. V: 17-26. Golden Text:
He that loveth his neighbor hath ful
filled tho law. Rom. XII 1:8.
7. Verses 17-18-In what sense
did Jesus mean that the law was not
to be destroyed "till all be fulfilled?"
May 20-Truthfulness. Matt. V:
33-37; Jas. 111:1-12; V:12. Gol
den Text: Putting away falsehood,
speak ye truth each man with his
H. S. Convention at Fall Creek.
Fall Creek. June 2 1.-Special:
The Sunday School Convention of the
Twelve-Mile River Association will
meet at Fall Creek church on the
fifth Saturday and Sunday In thia
month. Everybody is invited to
Our Sunday school ls progressing
nicely with C. I. Murphree as super
Miss Mattie Mae Marett, of Cen
tral, visited Misses May and Irene
Abercrombie hist Saturday and Sun
Miss Carrie Grant and Joe Rut
ledge, of Taniassee, visited Miss Amy
Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Porter and
daughter, Miss Mortie, of Plckens,
wore among friends in this section
last Saturday and Sunday.
If Cupid's arrow doesn't go crook
ed we think wedding bells will ring
In the near future.
"Mad dyspepsia or indigestion for
years. No appetite, and what I did
out distressed mo terribly. Burdock
Blood Bitters roached the cause."
J. H. Walker, Sunbury, Ohio.
KEEP IN PERFECT HEALTH.
You owe it to yourself, your family and
your work to keep in the best possible con
dition. If you have strong, ready muscles
?-rich, heathy blood and a clear brain, you
can do more and better work and really
live, and enjoy living and bo a blessing to
those you love.
Much of thc eternal grouch and many
of thc aches and pains you seo every day
are caused directly by n lazy, torpid, over
worked liver, and all of that may he abso
lutely cured by R. L. T. (Richardson's
Laxative Tonic). Ono fifty-cent or dollar
bottle of this magnificent tonic will provo
to you that it Is thc finest laxative and tho
quickest strength building tonic ever of
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tle from your druggist today, and keep it
always In the family medicine chest ready
to put the Liver right in one night or euro
malaria, constipation, or bilious fevers In
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in your town, write R. L. ... Co., Ander
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SUNDAY SOHOOIi LESSON BY
Press Bible Question Club ls to
press, thought and investigation on
tion with the International Sunday
, T. S. Llnscott, D. D.)
neighbor, for we are members one of
another. Eph. IV: 25.
8. Jas. III: 1-2-Is an untruth
ever justifiable? Give your reasons.
dune 2-Hypocrisy and Sincerity'.
Matt. VI : l-l 8. Golden Text : Take
heed that ye do not your righteous
ness before men, lo be seen of them,
else ye have no reward with your
Father who ls In heaven. Matt. Vl:l.
?). Verses 1-4-ls it, or not, and
why, always wrong to let people
know the fact and the amount of our
glvings to benevolence?
June O-Hearing and Doing. Luke
VI : 30-49. Golden Text: Be ye doers
of the Word and not hearers only,
deceiving your own selves. Jas. 1:22.
10. Why is it, or not, possible for
an unconverted man to be the means
of the conversion of a sinner?
.lune IO-Christ's Witness to .lohn
tlie Baptist. Matt. Xi: 2-19. Golden
Text: Among them that are born of
woman there ls none greater than
John, yet he that ls but little In the
kingdom of God ls greater than he.
Luke VU: 28. \
11. Verse 3-What do you think
had produced doubt In the mind of
John concerning the Messlahshlp of
Juno Bil-The Penitent Woman.
Luke VII:36-50. Golden Text: Faith
ful is the saying and worthy of all
acceptation that Christ Jesus came
into the wrold to save sinners. I
12. Verse 39-What, If any, rea
son is there to suppose that If a vir
tuous woman had been converted by
Jesus she would have publicly mani
fested her love In a similar way?
Lesson for Sunday, July 7, 1012:
"Malignant Unbelief." Mark III:
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Program of Union Meeting.
The union meeting of the lower
division of the Beaverdam Associa
tion will meet with Mount Pleasant
Baptist church on Juno 29-30. The
10.00-Devotional exercises. Rev.
W. J. Spearman.
1 0.1 5-Enrollment of delegates
10.30-Atm and N'eeds of State
Mission Hoard. Rev. A. P. Marett.
11.00-What Becomes of State
Mission Money? Rev. W. W. Leath
11.30-The Best Method of In
creasing the Spirit of Missions in our
Churches. W. N. Bruce.
12.00-Business and announce
2.00 p. m.-Devotional service. J.
2.15-Under which Covenant is
the Church Laboring? M. T. Lewis.
2.15-What ls the Present Great
est Hindrance to Christianity? S.
3.15-The Lnvman and the Sun
day School. L. I). Mitchell.
11.00-Song and prayer service.
11.16-Sermon. Rev. F. G. Lav
Program for Union Meeting
Of the upper division, to be held at
Wolf Slake Baptist, church, June 29
and 30, 1912:
Query 1--How can the efficiency
of this union meeting be Increased?
Discussed hy J. W. Shelor, Rev. J. ll.
Clark, W. M. Murphy.
Query 2-The kind of revival
needed, and how can it be brought
about? D?3CUB8ed by Rev. C. S.
Blackburn, Rev. D. F. Carter, J. D.
Query 3-How can our protracted
meetings be made mor? effective?
Discussed hy Rev. A. P. Marett, Rev.
J. A. Bond. T. M. El rod.
Query 4 - How can the converts
brought into our churches be kept
from drifting away? Discussed by
Rev. J. II. Farmer, J. C. Shockley,
Query 5-How can these converts
be trained for God's service? Dis
cussed by Rev. Z. I. Henderson,
Noah Tollir.on, W. M. Brown.
Missionary sermon on Sunday by
Rev. L. M. Lyda.
C. S. Blackburn,
J. B. Tra mel,
Sam Smith, Committee.
When Buying, Buy Only tho Best.
It costs no more, but gives the
H, L. Blonqulst, Esdaile, Wis.,
says his wife considers Foley's Hon
ey and Tar Compound tho best cough
cure on the markot. "Sho has tried
various kinds, but Foley's gives tho
best results of all." J. W. Boll,Wal
halla, S. C.
SOME SENSATIONAL CHARGES.
Tigers Testify-Liquor Dealers Swear
They Paid Money for Immunity.
Charleston, Juno 20.-That Gover
nor Blease promised a pardon to
Chief Stothart, his constable here, li
he would put Crocker and Miller out
of the way, because they knew too
much, was a sensational statement
made Wednesady by Jim Crocker in
his testimony before the dispensary
investigating committee here, Crock
er basing the assertion on n state
ment made to him by John Black,
who said that Stothart had made the
threat while drunk on a train com
ing from Columbia.
This and the testimony of several
local whiskey dealers, who, stating
that they were "blind tigers," said
that they had paid "graft" to the
constables to keep them from raiding
them, featured the sessions of the
committee. Tho whiskey dealers
testified that the amounts collected
averaged from $5 to $10 per month,
and that the chief mon who collected
this "graft" were Henry Doscher,
Santo Sottlle and .1. P. B. O'Neill,
who are alleged to be wholesale li
quor dealers. None of these could bo
found In the city and the committee
will subpoena them lo come to Co
lumbia and testify at a later hearing.
The committee held two long hear
ings in the city hall, and the charges
of "graft" In connection with the
local situation were gone thoroughly
into. One witness charged the rural
policemen with having received
"graft." The committee adjourned
late Wednesday afternoon to recon
vene in Columbia at the call of the
chairman. They will go to Augusta,
Ga., on July 8 to take the testimony
of T. B. Felder, the Atlanta attorney.
Felder Will Testify in Augusta.
Atlanta, Ga., June 20.-Thomas B.
Felder, of Atlanta, will respond to a
summons to meet an Investigating
committee from the Legislature of
South Carolina in Augusta on Mon
day, July 8, for tho purpose of giving
to that committee such testimony as
he may have concerning the charge of
dispensary graft lodged against Gov
ernor Cole L. Blease, of South Caro
lina, hy Mayor Grace, of Charleston.
Discussing the matter to-day, Mr.
"I shall answer the summons of
the investigating committee without
doubt. I will be on hand when lt
arrives in Augusta, and will take
pleasure in telling all I know about
the matters lt brings to my attention.
I shall lay before lt such things as I
have knowledge of. These things
may not make nice or dainty read
ing; they may be very damaging to
some people, but that will not be my
fault. I shall be glad to meet the
committee in Augusta, for there I
shall have an opportunity In calm
ness and without Interference to say
what 1 know."
The meeting between Mr. Folder
and the investigating committee, set
for July 8 in Augusta, was the out
come of several days' correspondence
by letter and wire. Mr. Felder first
named Atlanta as a flt and proper
place of meeting, but when the com
mittee said that Augusta would be
more convenient to lt, the Atlanta
man promptly accepted.
Mr. Felder's solo objection to
going to Columbia is said to have
been fear of interference upon the
hearing, perhaps violence, by friends
and partisans of Governor Blease.
Never can tell when you'll mash
a finger or suffer a cut, bruise, burn
or scald. Be prepared. Thousands
rely on Dr. Thomas' Eclectic Oil.
Your druggist sells lt. 25c. and 50c.
Wedding Fee in Pennies.
A dispatch from Allentown, Pa.,
In lieu of his wedding fee, after
ho had pronounced William Trout
man, a draughtsman, and Miss E.
Laura Hein, of Philadelphia, hus
band and wife, Rev. E. S. Woodring,
of this city, received from the bride
groom a strange looking walking
stick made of compressed paper, with
a silver top. The unusual weight of
the cane prompted the minister to
investigate, and when lie screwed off
tlu top he found the hollow center
filled with brand-new Lineolli pen
nies, more than 000 in all. Trout
man and his bride were members of
Christ United Evangelical church,
Philadelphia, when Rev. Mr. Wood
ring was pastor several years ago.
State of Ohio, City of Toledo,
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that
he ts the senior partner of tho firm
of B'.J. Cheney & Co., doing business
in tho city of Toledo, county and
State aforesaid, and that tho said
firm will pay the sum of Five Hun
dred Dollars for each and every case
of catarrh that cannot he cured by
the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before mo and subscrib
ed in my presence this 6th day of
December, A. D. 1 88G.
(Seal) A. W. GLEASON,
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in
ternally and acts directly upon the
blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. Send for testimonials free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by all druggists, 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for con
st i pa I ion.
Locals from Poplar.
Poplar. June 20.-Special: J. H.
Morton, wife and little daughter, of
Windsor, S. C., are with their father
and motlier, Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Mor
ton, for tho su in mer.
Tho many friends of Joe Rankin
will regret to know that he is not any
better at this writing.
The Sunday school at this place is
getting along nicely under the man
agement of Robt. M. Sanders.
Bites or stings of poisonous in
sects willoh cause tho flesh to swell
should ho treated with Darby's Pro
phylactic Fluid. It counteracts the
poison, reduces swell.ng quickly and
eases pain. It ls equally ns valuable
when applied to flesh wounds, burns,
scalds, cuts or brulsos. It causes the
llosh to heal over and loaves no dis
figuring scar. Prlco 60C. lier bottle
Sold ot Bell's Drug Store, Walhalla.
Read what Cardui did
Farlbault, Minn. She aays:
good Cardui has done me. A
to suffer so much with all kim
so weak that I could hare*)
bottle of Cardui, at the drug
taken a few doses, I began
Today, I feel as wei! as
Are you a woman? The
number of troubles and irref
which, in time, often lead to
A tonic is needed to hely
relieve weakness, headache, a
the signs of weak nerves anil
For a tonic, take Cardui,
You will never regret lt,
Ask your druggist about
Y.'<!tt to: U<JW Adrliory Dept. Chi
for SpteM Institution?, tad M-pAge book.
WHEN EIGHTEEN MEN HIKED.
What Happened When Enraged Hus
band Was Heirn! Of.
A dispatch from Atlanta says:
A grlm-vlsaged man, pacing furi
tlvely up and down the sidewalk In
front of a Peachtree motion picture
show last night, with his hand occa
sionally travelling hack mechanically
to his hip-pocket, occasioned fear on
tho part of the lady ticket seller, who
went in and held a hurried confer
ence with the proprietor of the place.
Anxious not to have his establish
ment figure In a police row, the pro
prietor, Instead of calling up the sta
tion house, went out quietly and
asked the man what was the matter.
"Oh, 1 have nothing against you,
slr, or your theatre," the man re
sponded, but there's a man in there
with my wife, and when lie comes
out 1 am going to kill him. That's
all. I have stood it just as long as 1
could, and this evening 1 followed
Tho motion picture man thought
quickly. He was still anxious to
avoid any unsavory notoriety, and an
inspiration came to him.
He went inside his theatre, walk
ed out on the stage and announced:
"Gentlemen, there's an outraged
husband outside the front door of
this theatre walting with a pistol to
kill tho man who is In here with his
wife. I am anxious to avoid trouble
for anybody, so I am going to have
tho lights turned completely out bore
In the theatre for a couple of min
utes and the guilty man, whoever he
ls, can escape through this side exit
which leads to a hack alley."
Tho lights went out. Thirty
seconds later eighteen men wore
stampeding in the darkness toward
the emergency exit.
Every Household in Walhalla Should
Know How to Itcsist lt.
If your back aches because tho
kidneys aro blockaded,
You should help the kidneys with
Dean's Kidney Pills are especially
for weak wldncys.
Recommended by thousands
home testimony proves their merit.
J. N. Rowland, Main street, Wal
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store, soon relieved these symptoms
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to every one having trouble from
disordered kidneys is to give Donn's
Kidney Pills a trial."
For salo by all dealers. Price 50c.
Fostor-MIlburn Co., Buffalo, New
York, solo agents for the United
Remember tho name-Doan's
and take no other.
A South Carolina War Claim.
A Washington dispatch says:
The House committee on war
claims has made a favorable report
on a bill to pay the heirs of Theodore
Dchon, of Colinton county, the sum
of $500 for 100 bushels of rice said
to have boen taken from bim during
tho year 1805 and fed to slaves by
Federal authorities. The claim will
now go to tho Senate and it ls likely
that Senators Tillman and Smith will
push it along there.
What They Will Do for You
They will cure your backache,
strengthen your kidneys, cor?
rect urinary irregularities, build
up the worn out tissues, and
eliminate the excess uric ?cid
that causes rheumatism. Pre?
vent Bright's Disease and Dla.
?stes, and restore health and
strength. Refuse substitutes?
JT. W. HEM*, WALHALLA.
Walhalla, 8. C.
for Miss Myrla Cagier, ot
"Let me tell you how much
s a young girl, I aforays bed
:i of pain. Sometimes. 1 wee
jr stand on my feet ! got a
store, and as soon as 1 had
to feel better,
n you are subject to a large
jularities, peculiar to women.
more serious trouble.
> you over the hard places, to
md other unnecessary pains.
the woman's tonic.
for lt will certainly help you.
it. He knows. He sells it
Tho State of South Carolina, Coun.
ty of Oconco.- (In Court of Probate)
-By D. A. Smith, Judge of Probate.
Whereas, ISAAC CORSE has made
suit to me to grant him Letters
of Administration of tho Estate of
and Effects of Jimmie E. Goldman,
Those are, therefore, to cito and
admonish all and singular the kin
dred and creditors of the said
Jimmie E. Goldman, deceased, that
they be and appear before me, in the
Court of Probate, to bo held at Wal
halla Court House, South Carolina,
on Saturday, the 29th day of June,
1912, after publication hereof,
at ll o'clock In the forenoon, to
show cause, if any they have, why
the said administration should not
(liven under my hand and soal this
14th day of June, A. D. 1912.
(Seal.) D. A. SMITH,
Judge of Probate for Oconco County,
Published on the 10th and 26th
days of June, 1912, in The Keo
woo Courier, and on the Court House
door for the Hmo prescribed by law.
June 19, 1912. 25-20
NOTICE OE SPECIAL ELECTION,
Notice ls hereby given that pursu
ant to an order of the County Board
of Education of Oconee County, an
election will be bold at tho school
houso in Boone's Creek District, No.
40, on Saturday, June 29th, 1912,
for the purpose of voting upon the
question of levying an extra tax of
THREE MILLS upon all tho real
and personal property ii\ said dis
trict for school purposes.
All voters must present their tax
receipts and registration certificates
before casting their ballot. Bach
voter favoring said levy shall cast
a ballot containing the word "Yes"
written or printed thereon, and each
voter opposing said levy shall cast
a ballot containing the word "No"
written or printed thereon.
S. L. CROW,
J. M. PATTERSON,
Acting Trustees of Boone's Creek
Juno 19, 1912. 25-20
WI NTH HOP COLL! AiE
SCHOLARSHIP AND ENTRANCE
Tho examination for tho award of
vacant scholarships in Winthrop
College nnd for the admission of
now students will ho hold at the
County Court House on Friday, July
5, at O a. ni. Applicants must bo not
less than fifteen years of ago. When
Scholarships aro vacant after July
5 they will be awarded to those
making the highest average at this
examination, provided they meet the
conditions governing the award. Ap
plicants for scholarship:; should
write to President Johnson before
tho examination for Scholarship ex
Scholarships aro worth $100 and
free tuition. Tho next session will
open September 18, 1912. For fur
ther information and cataloguo ad
dress Pres. 1). Ii, Johnson, Rock
Ulli. S. C._27?
OF SOUTH CAROLINA. .
The University of South Carolina
-a first-class College with courses In
Law, Engineering and Commerce and
Finance. Forty-three teachers' schol
arships, worth $100 in money and
exemption from foes. A raro chanco
for an aspiring young man.
Thc health and morals of thc stu
dents aro tho first care.
Enrollment 443 students.
Many improvements next session.
Entrance examinations will be hold
at tho Court Houso on Friday, July
12th, at 9 o'clock.
For catalogue write to
S. C. MITCHELL, President,
Columbia, S. C.
May 22, 1912. 21-27
There Are Many Good PIANOS
and among them there aro several
distinctly fine ones-Piapos of tho
artistic character in which are tho
proofs of advanced skill and perfect
ed development in material construc
tion and musical results.
Among tho Pianos of this charac
ter nono stands moro conspicuously
prominent than tho Chaso Brothers'
Pianos, sold hy
ARBOTT'9 MUSIC HOUSE,
Seneca, S. O.
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AUTO REPAIRS AND
Coll and see me or phone 84.
Prompt attention to all calls.
All work guaranteed.
L. O. WHITE, Walhalla.
COLLEGE OE CHARLESTON,
128th Year Regina September 27
Entrance examinations at all tho
county seats on FRIDAY, JULY 5th,
at 9 a. m.
It offers courses In Ancient and
Modern languages, Mathematics,
History, Political Science, Debating,
Chemistry, Physics, Biology, and
Courses for B. A., B. S., and B. S.
degree with Engineering.
A free tuition scholarship to each
county of South Carolina. Vacant
Boyce scholarships, giving $100 a
year and free tuition, open to com
petitive examination, in September.
Expenses reasonable. Terms and
catalogue on application. Write to
HARRISON RANDOLPH, President,
Charleston, S. C.
May 15, 1912. 27?
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEME NT
Notice ls hereby given that tho
undersigned will make application
to D. A. Smith, Judge of Probate for
Oconee County, in tho State of South
Carolina, at his office at Walhalla
Court Douse, on Friday, July 5th,
1912, at-ll o'clock a. m., or as soon
thereafter as said application can bo
heard, for leave to make final settle
ment of tho Estate of John F.Roches
ter deceased, and obtain final dis
cbarge as Administratrix of said es
tate. MRS. R. V. ROCHESTER,
Enrollment Over 800-Value of
Property Over n Million and a
Quarter-Ninety-four Teachers and
Agriculture. Agriculture and Chemis
try. Agriculture and Animal Indus
try. Chemistry. Mechanical and
Electrical Engineering, Civil Engi
neering. Textile Engineering. Ar
One year course in Agriculture.
Two year course in Textiles. Four
weeks Winter Course In Cotton Grad
ing. Pour weeks Winter Course for
Cost. Cost per session of nine
mouths, Including all fees, lient,
light, water, board, laundry and tho
necessary uniforms $133.50. Tui
tion $40.00 additional.
SCHOLARSHIP AND ENTRANCE
The College maintains 1(57 four
year Agricultural and Textile Schol
arships and 51 one-year Agricultural
Scholarships. Value of scholarships
$100 per session and freo tuition.
(Students who have attended
Clemson College or any other col
lege or university aro not eligible
for the scholarships unless thero are
no other eligible applicants.)
Scholarship and Entrance Exami
nations will be held at tho County
Court House on July 12th, 0 n. m.
Next Session Opens
SEPTEMBER ll, 1012
Write AT ONCE to W. M. Riggs,
President, Clemson College, S. C.,
for catalog, scholarship blanks, otc.
if you delay, >ou mav bo crowded
NOTICE OF FI NA l< SETTLEMENT
The undersigned, Executrix of tho
estate of Mrs. Emma Mulllkln, de
ceased, hereby gives notice that sho
will, on Monday, July 22d, 1912, ap
ply to tho Probate Judge of Oconoo
County, South Carolina, for a final
settlement of said estate, juid a dis
charge from ber office as Executrix.
SENORA E. CARVER,
Juno 19, 1912. 25-28