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SUGGESTIVE QUESTIONS ON THE
REV. DR. LINSCOTT FOR
The object ot tho International
promote, by questions, through the
the teaching of Scripture in conneo
(Copyright 1910 by Rev
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1012.
Subject: "Tho Child h? the Midst."
Golden Text: "In heaven their an
gels do always behold tho fact of my
Fattier which is in heaven.11 Matt.
1. Verso 1-What and whoro is
the kingdom of heaven as Jesus
2. What idea did tho disciples
have about tho kingdom of heaven
and its chief men?
3. Verses 2-3-In what respects
did the disciples need to bo convert
4. From Jesus* estimate of a
child, would you say that all children
are members of tho kingdom of
5. In what respects are we to be
come like children in order to bo
6. Verso 4-Why does Jesus n alco
humility tho standard of greatness in
7. Verso 5-Why should Christ
take a kindness done to a little child
the same as if dono to himself?
8. If one loves and tenderly cares
for children why should that not con
stitute him a Christian?
9. Verse 6-What is tho difference
in tho culpability of ono who offends
a child or an obscure person who be
lieves in Jesus and one who does tho
eame thing to a person who does not
believe In Jesus?
10. Why is a sin against ft child
or any weak person deserving of
such great punishment as Christ
11. Verso 7-What aro tho most
serious of the ways in which people
''offend" other people?
12. Jesus states "it must needs be
that offences come." But why ls
13. What ls the "woe" to those
CADET JERRY MOORE.
Boy Champion, Now Clemson Cadet,
Goes to Chicago.
Columbia, Nov. 29.-Jerry Moore,
of Winona, Florenco county, who
produced 22 8 bushels of corn on one
acre, and who ls styled "tho cham
pion boy corn grower of the world,"
in company with Col. E. J. Watson,
State Commissioner of Agriculture,
left yesterday for Chicago, where
he will be a star feature for the Na
tional Show in which South Carolina
will play a conspicuous part.
Jerry was in his uniform. Ho is
a cadet in tho freshman class at
Clemson College. W. M. Riggs, pres
ident of the colelge, has granted him
a furlough in order that he might be
one of the representatives of this
State in Chicago. One of the fea
tures of tho show will be certain
lion rs daily allotted to tho States, in
which their representatives can give
talks along the lines of improved ag
riculture. Jerry Moore will lecture
daily, telling how and by what meth
ods he produced his prize aero of
corn. In writing to Col. Watson sev
eral months, ago requesting a sketch
of Jerry's life, the Chicago Tribune
stated that he would he more of a
drawing card than Col. Roosevelt, the
Rull Mooser. All Jerry's talks will
bo in the Coliseum, where the land
show is staged.
Tho South Carolina exhibit, which
has boon assigned to one of tho most
conspicuous reservations In the Col
iseum, was sent lo Chicago Thursday
in charge of James D. Lee. Tho ex
hibit has'been selected with the mi
nutest care and will bo one of the
most attractive ever sent out of this
State, lt will be preserved Intact to
be shown at the National Corn Expo
sition to bo held here from January
28th to February 8th.
Four Killed in Wreck.
Philadelphia, Nov. 28.-Four mon
wore klllod and moro than 50 per
sons wero injured on tho Pennsylva
nia railroad at Glenloch, 25 miles
west of hero, las? midnight when the
Cincinnati express was derailed,
eight cars going down a high em
bankment. The dead arc: L. D. Fit
ley, Pittsburg; J. A. Baldwin, Brook
lyn; E. R. Jones, Now York, and an
The heavy train, known as tho
Cincinnati express, was hauled by
two locomotives. It ls tho belief of
railroad officials that a broken rall
was responsible for tho wreck.
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SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON BY
Press Bible Question Club ls to
press, thought and Investigation on
tion with the International Sunday
T. S. Linscott, D. D.)
who offend or hurt their follow
14. Verses 8-9-What are some
of the things which the average man
15. What ls the most important
thing In lifo?
16. What are life's elliot tempta
17. Verse 10-How aro we liable
to offend one of Christ's little ones?
18. What ls the significance of
the fact that the guardian angels of
Christ's little mes are always look
ing Into the face of God?
19. Verse ll-Who are the lost?
20. How docs Jesus save those
that are losti? (This is one of tho
questions that may be answered in
writing by members of the club.)
21. Verses 12-13-Why does a
man rejoice more over Anding one
treasure that he bad lost than ovor
ninety and nine similar treasures ho
had kept safely?
22. Verse 14-It is God's wish
that all shall be saved. Why, then,
will all not bo saved?
Lesson for Sunday, Recoml>cr 15,
1012: "Forgiveness." Matt. XVIII:
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JERUSALEM HAS MODERN HOTEL
Proprietor to Visit Asheville for Pur
pose of Gnthering Dots.
A. Morcos, ono of the owners of
tho Grand New Hotel, at Jerusalem,
Palestine, ls expected to arrive in
Asheville next month for a stay of
several weeks at the Battery Park
Hotel. While boro Mr. Morcos will
make a thorough study of American
hotel methods and will make prepa
rations to conduct an advertising
campaign in Asheville's behalf at his
Tho hotel with which Mr. Morcos
is connected was constructed only a
short time ago and was located at
Jerusalem for the beneill. of the tour
ists of the United States, England,
France, Germany and Italy. It ls In
close proximity to all tho principal
points of Interest In Jerusalem and
ls equipped with all modern conven
iences, Including electric lights and
steam heat. It ls situated opposite
the tower of David and ls very near
the principal gate of thc city. Mr.
Morcos Intends to put pictures of
Asheville's points of Interest, in the
lobby of his hotel, and will supply
the rooms with literature concerning
the metropolis of thc Land of the
The fact that Jerusalem has a
modern tourist hotel ls not generally
known. Few people can conceive the
town in which a greater part of the
Old Testament history was mado hav
ing such a hostelry. Ono can look
out of the window of this hotel and
seo the gates of Jerusalem, said to
bo tho scene of Christ's triumphal
entry Into that city.
In a letter to Proprietor J. L. Alex
ander, of the Battery Park Hotel, Mr.
Morcos said: "I have heard so many
tourists speak of Asheville and tho
Battery Park Hotel that I have made
up my mind to visit your city and
get a few Ideas on running an up-to
date hotel. I would like to have a
large picture of tho Battery Park to
hang lu my lobby. If you have any
booklets 1 would be glad to get them.
1 expect to be In Ashovillo some time
The above information will be read
with interest by the people of Oconee.
especially in view of tho fact that J,
L. Alexander, proprietor of the Bat
tery Park Hotel, is a former Oconee
boy. Mr. Alexander has made a
great success of tho hotel business,
tho fame of bis hostelry hoing by no
means conAncd to America.
Dr. W. W. smith Dead.
Lynchburg. Nov. 29.-Dr. William
Waugh Smith, Chancellor of tho
Randolpb-Macon system of colleges
and president of Rnndolph-Macon
Women's College bore, died early to
day aftor a lingering illness, aged 67
yonrs. He sorved four years In tho
Confederate army and was wounded
twice. Ho was a warm personal
friend ol Woodrow Wilson,
?'IT'S THE STAGE CUSTOM."
Story of Cincinnati Girl Lend H to Ar
rest of Atlanta' Troupe:
Following tho story of an alleged
attempt at white slavery told the po
lice by a pretty 19-year-old Cincin
nati girl, who, lured by the foot
lights, had travoled from her home
to Atlanta to become an actress, a
squad of detectives yesterday after
noon rounded up and carried to po
lice headquarters the members of
tho Metropolitan Musical Company,
chorus girls, soubrettes, leading ac
tors, musicians and all.
After a thorough Investigation by
Chief Lanford and Chief Beavers,
Mrs. Emma Pauline Hudson, an ac
tress at whoso home, 34 Garnett
street, tho show was being organized,
Hazel Barrington, leading lady of the
company, and Robert Grier, the stage
director, were put under arrest.
Charges of disorderly conduct wore
docketed against them, and bonds
were set at $2,000 each.
Chorus (?Iris Questioned.
The remainder of the troupe wore
released after being subpoenaed for
court this afternoon. Those brought
to headquarters and questioned
about tlio Cincinnati girl's story were
P. C. Wilson and wife, of Newark, N.
J., musicians, with the show; Buster
and Esther Reed, of Atlanta, chorus
girls; - Miss Murray Weir, an actress,
of Knoxville, Tenn.; Arthur Jackson,
Atlanta; John S. Amosson, Macon,
and William K. Turner. Tho latter
three wero actors.
The girl whose story led to tho ar
rest ls being detained at headquart
ers for the trial. Her name ls Gene
vieve Goodwin, and her appeal to
the police ls also being investigated
by the the Federal department of
Tolls White Slave Story.
Coming to pollco headquarters af
ter midnight Friday morning, she
told to Capt. Poole a story of at
tempted white slavery upon the parts
of members of tho Metropolitan Stock
Company, which show she had trav
oled from Cincinnati to join. She
said that upon arriving in Atlanta
late Wednesday night, she was met
by tho stage director of tho troupe
and carried to the Cumberland Hotel,
at Broad and Marietta streets.
Later, she said, a short time prior
to her first rehearsal, Mrs. Hudson,
manager of the company, who con
ducted the work of organization, in
formed the now member of the show
that she would have to bo a "good
fellow," and select a malo member of
the company with whom to pose as
man and wife while on the road. "It
saves expenses," the Goodwin girl
quotes the actress as saying, "and be
sides, lt's the custom."
Cured of "Stage Fever."
Cured of a severe attack of "foot
light fever" by her recent Atlanta ex
perience, Miss Genevieve Goodwin.;
tho protty 17-year-old nurse who
turned reformer and caused a Fede
ral investigation of allegod white
slavery, says she hopes her revela
tions may serve as a danger signal
to young girls.
"Cling tightly to ' your mother's
apron strings; stay closely at home,
and shun the worldly glitter and
glamor, ls a message that I would
send through The Georgian to all
young girls, especially those who are
stage-struck," said Miss Goodwin.
Dream of Stage Fame (jone.
The girl declared that this, her
first offort to become a stage favorite,
is her last. The dream of becoming
a vivacious and coquettish soubrette,
slie said, once was more alluring to
her than tho steady daily grind of
working as a nurse in a big city hos
pital, amid tho natural gloom of
wholesale human ills, but when she
was awakened so rudely sho saw
things In a different light. One re
hearsal satisfied ber ambition, she
said, and she now is ready to return
to tho simple life.
Miss Goodwin's home is in Pine
ville, Ky., where she is well known
and popular. Her parents are Mr,
and Mrs. \V. A. Goodwin. Her father
ls a well-to-do contractor and bund
or. Miss Goodwin recently left her
homo for Cincinnati to become a
professional nurse, and was in the
training school of tho city hospital
there at tile time she was engaged hy
a theatrical agency to take tho role
of soubrette In the Metropolitan Mu
sical Comedy Company, in Atlanta.
Miss Goodwin will not return to
Cincinnati, but expects to remain in
Atlanta, at least until the white slave
case against Miss Emma Pauline
Hudson, of tho show company, ls
disposed of in the United States
Court. Although she has made no
definite plans, tho girl hopes to ob
tain a position here as telephone op
erator, or else in one of tho down
town department stores.
She is being cared for now In the
home of City Detective W. A. Chew
ning, in Berne street. Cbowning,
With Detective Norris, investigated
her story and started the slavery
Woman Held for Trial.
Emma Hudson was held under $1,
000 bond to await tho action of tho
Federal grand jury after Genovievo
Goodwin had told tho commissioner
her story of her trip from Cincinnati
to join a musical comedy company,
her mooting with mon and women of
tho troupe; of drinking and smok
ing, and her sudden awakening from
a dream of tho footlights. Tho state
ment upon which the Hi deon wo
\u For nearly ten years, at dlH
.of Treadway, Tenn., suffered
says: "At last, I took down
could not sleep. I couldn't ea
doctors gave me up. I rea?
I ninny, and I began to take
saved my life! Now, I can d<
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Romance Revives Goel>el Murder.
Newport, Ky., Nov. 29.-Although
tho world seemed to bo against him
In his stubborn and ceaseless fight
for freedom from the charge con
necting him with the assassination of
Governor Goobel, of Kentucky, there
was one person In tho many thou
sands who Btood by him and bellevod
In his Innocence, and to-night, at the
home of the bride's parents, Con
gressman Caleb Powers, who spen*
years In tho State penitentiary foi al
leged complicity in the crime, was
I joined in wedlock to Miss Anna Dor
othy Kaufman, of this city.
Miss Kaufman stood by Powers
during his fight for freedom. The
ceremony was performed by Judge
Harry Hawkins, an intimate friend
of tho Congressman. After an ex
tended honeymoon trip through tho
East, th? Congressman and his wife
will reside in Washington, D. C.
AN OLD ADAGE
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Sickness makes a light purse.
The LIVER ls the seat Of nine
tenths of all disease.
go to the root of the whole mat
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and restore the action of the
LIVER to normal condition.
Give tone to the system and
solid flesh to the body.
Take No Substitute. -s
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tempted to detain tho Goodwin girl
in the house to prevent her telling
her story to the police.
Bob Grier, Jack Amason, Arthur
Jackson and D. J. Ponder, others of
tho Metropolitan Musical Company,
and E. L. Zelemers, the manager,
were released. The hearing was at
tended by many women of tho cheap
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Broken Done Ijotlged in Heart.
Philadelphia, Nov. 29.-A particle
of bono from a fractured kneecap re
ceived while playing base ball, work
ed its way through his system to the
heart of George Hayes, 15 years old,
and caused his death in a hospital
here yesterday. The boy's death waa
believed to have been caused by
heart disease until an autopsy reveal
ed tho silver of hone.
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COUNTY TREASURER'S OFFICE,
Walhalla, S. C., Oct. 1, 1912.
The hookB for tho collection of
State, County, School and Spoclal
Taxes for tho fiscal year 1912 will
be open f-oni October 16, 1912, to
December 31, 1912, without penalty,
after which day ono por cent penalty
will be added on all payments made
in month of January, 1913, and two
por cont penalty on all payments
made in the month of February, and
sovon per cont penalty on all pay
ments mndo from tho first day ot
March until tho fifteenth day of
March, 1913. After that day all
taxes not paid will go into execution
and be placed in the hands of the
Sheriff for collection. Taxpayers
owning proporty or paying taxes for
others will please ask for a tax re
ceipt in each township or special
school district in which he or thoy
may own property. This lg very im
portant, as there are so many special
school districts. The tax levy Is made
up as follows:
State tax . 6% mills
Ordinary County. G % milla
Interest on bonds. y? mm
School tax. 3 mllls
Total tax.15 % milla
Spoclal and Local School Tuxes.
No. 2 6
No. 4 2
No. 4 5
Poll Tax, $1.00 H Dog Tax, 50c.
Every male citizen from 21 to 60
years ls liable for Poll Tax, except
Confederate Boldiors, who do not pay
after 50 years of age, and those ex
cused by law.
F ties wishing information from
thif -e (by mail) will please en
doso ). sago.
W. J. SCHRODER,
Treasurer Oconeo County, S. C.
AUTO REPAIRS AND
Call ono see me or phono 84.
Prompt attention to all caUs.
All work guaranteed.
L. O. WHITE, Walhalla.
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THE J, H. ADAMS COMPANY.
Mr. P. D. Adams in Charge.
Duy Phone 08. Night Phone 1?.
Office nt Seneca Hardware Co.,
SENECA. S. C.
THE DLUE RIDGE RAILWAY OO.
Between Helton and Wallialla.
Time Table No. ll.-Effective Ne?
vombor 27, 1910.
10 18 I 201 t i
liv? West Andornon....
I 17 I 19 I 7
Will also stop at the followiai
stations and take on and let off pa?
songers: Phlnney's, James's, Toxa
A. B. Andrews, President*
J. R. Anderson, Superintendent
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
Cures Cold?, Croup and Whooping" Cougfc.