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SUGGESTIVE QUESTIONS ON TH]
KEV. DR. IilNSCOTT FOI
PRESS BIBLE <j
The object ot the International 1
mote, by questions, through the pres
teaching Ol Scripture in connection w
Lessons.
(Copyright 1912 by Re^
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1018. j
Subject : "The Ten Command"
monks-H." Fx. xx: 12-21.
Golden T*?\t; "Thou slialt love the
Ia ixl tliy God with all thy heart, and
with all thy soul, and with all thy
Strength, and with all (hy mind, and
thy neighbor as (iiyself." Luke x:27.
1. Verse 12 -What is Implied In
the commandment to honor our fa
ther and mother?
2. The parents take the placo of
God, for the time being, to the chil
dren; show, therefore, the need and
tho profit of obedience.
3. If children are taught to obey
and reverence their parents, what
will be the almost certain after ca
reer of such children?
4. If children are not taught obe
dience to parents, what, may be ex
pected of them when they are men
and Women?
5. What part does obedience to
law, to properly constituted author
ity, have upon health, long Hie and
prosperity?
6. Verse 13-What are the limita
tions, if any, of the commandment,
"Thou shalt not kill"?
7. Under present day civil law,
what constitutes murder?
8. What constitutes murder ac
cording to Christ?
9. Why ls the man who would
commit murder, but for the con
sequences to himself, as guilty of
murder before God as if ho had com
mitted the act?
11. Verso 14-Aro poraons who
marry for money, for social position,
or to spite some person, or for ani
malism, or any other reason than
pure love, considered by God as liv
ing in continuous adultery, and espe
cially if they do not. change Tor the
.be tier after marriage' Give your
reasons.
11. Are married larsons who
quarrel and really hate each other,
yet cohabit, guilty of adultery before
God? Why, or why not?
12. Why is adultery sandwiched
in the commandments between mur
der and theft?
13. Verse 15. What ls the moral
culpability or guilt of stealing?
MARRIED 8 TIMES IN A WEEK.
<ieorge Witzofl Held Record-More
than One Hundred Wives.
(Chicago Tribune.)
Women, as a rule, are more given
to the marrying habit than men,
though no woman has reached the
world's marrying record made by
George Wltzoff, the notorious biga
mist, whoso marriages totalled over
ono hundred. In ono week he went
through eight ceremonies.
Almost as strange a case was that
of a Russian woman sent not long
ago to Siberia. She had been married
to twenty husbands and had treated
them all alike, running away from
each in turn and taking all their
portable property with her. She was
a most attractive woman and highly
eduacted.
A woman named Schmeyer, of
Pennsylvania, was sent to prison not
long ago for bigamy. Though she
was only 27 years old, she had mar
ried twelve men in ten years. Her
only comment in court was that she
liked them all.
A Poer woman named De Beers,
whose sixth husband died recently, is
the proud mother and stepmother of
49 children, while her grandchildren
number 270. Four of her six hus
bands were widowers, all with fairly
largo families when she married
them.
GIRLS! GIRLS! TRY IT,
BEAUTIFY YOUB HAIR.
Make it thick, glossy, wavy, luxuri
ant and remove dandruff-Real
Hurpriso for you.
Your hair becomes light, wavy,
fluffy, abundant and appears as soft,
lustrous and beautiful as a young
girl's after a "Danderlne hair
cleanse." Just try this-moisten a
cloth with a little Danderlne and
carefully draw it through your hair,
laking one small strand at a time.
This will cleanse the hair of dust,
dirt and excessive oil and in just a
few moments you have doubled the
heauty of your hair.
'Besides beautifying tho hair at
once, Danderlne dissolves every par
ticle of dandruff; cleanser, purifies
and invigorates the scalp, forever
stopping itching and falling hair.
But what will please you most
will be after a few weeks' use when
you will actually see new hair-fine
and downy at first-yes-but really
new bair growing all over the scalp.
Jf you care for pretty, soft hair and
lots of lt surely get a 25-cent bottle
of Knowlton'8 Danderlne from any
druggist or toilet counter, and just
try it. adv.
riorf AI* PRESS
IXION ?5l*I7K*
B SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON BY
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?UESTION CLUB.
'ress Biblo Question Club is to pro
is, thought and investigation on the
i th the International Sunday School
r. T. S. Linscott, D. D.) |
14. How would you answer the
sophistry of the kind-hearted bur
glar of rich men, who gives to the
poor his stealings, and claims that it
is no sin to take from a rich man
the wealth that he can never use?
15. Verse 16-Give some illustra
tions of what you would consider
hearing false witness against your
neighbor to oe?
1?. Wonk y<?u consider, or not,
and why, thad spreading an evil re
port against a neighlxn', whether
(rue or not, without some good rea
son for doing so, should la? consid
ered a.s breaking the spirit of the
eighth commandment? (This is one
Bwered In writing by menthe rs of
tho club. )
17. What are some of the harm
ful effects of telling evil things about
our neighbors?
18. Verse 17-How would you de
fine the sin of covetousness?
19. Why ls covetousness such a
great sin?
20. What are some of Hie natural
effects of coveting upon the person
who covets?
21. Why would you say, or not,
that no person can be a reconciled
child of God who plans or expects to
break any one of the Ten Command
ments?
I/cs son for Sn miry, Sept eui I MT 21 :
"The Golden Oalf." (Temperance
Lesson.) Ex. xxxii.
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4* BIBLE QUESTION CLUB. ?g*
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>l? Lesson published in ?J?
4* THE EEO WEE COURIER,
.J. September 14 th, 1018,
oj. and intend to read the series 4*
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STORM SWEPT ATLANTIC COAST.
Eight Men of tlie Battleship Nebras
ka Are Reported Drowned.
Newport Nows, Va. Sept. 3.
Three iM?tty officers and Ave men of
tho battleship Nebraska were
drowned to-day when one of the
ship's launches was wrecked in the
hurricane sweeping the coast here.
The Nebraska is at anchor off Fort
Monroe, but the storm has put the
shore wireless out of commission.
Communication by small boats is im
possible.
Tho men were attempting to make
shore. Persons on the wharves say
a waterspout struck the launch, over
turned lt and men and boat disap
peared.
The hurricane, blowing since early
morning, ls accompanied by an al
most blinding downpour of rain, but
the 'battleship seems to be riding it
out well.
18-Mile Gale.
A severe northeast storm swept
tho Virginia, North Carolina and
Maryland coasto to-day, with the
wind reaching a maximum velocity
at Cape Henry early this morning of
48 miles an hour from the east.
The four-masted coasting schooner
Richard P. C. Hartley, from New
York to Charleston, S. C.. with salt,
which went ashore yesterday be
tween Bodies Island and Cape Hat
teras, with tho lossT)f two members
of her crew, broke lip In the high
seas of fo-day and much of the
wreckage canto ashoro along the
coast.
Capt. Spr?nge, (Stockton Springs,
.Maine,) and tho four surviving
members of the Hartleys crew were
to-day being cared for by the life
savers of tho Chlcamiconico lifo sav
ing station, who effected their res
cue. The schooner 'Hartley was 2T,
years old, having been built at Bath,
Maine, in 1888. She carried a crew
of seven men.
The storm raged with groat sever
ity on this coast to-day and many
sailing vessels sought shelter in
Hampton Roads. The vessels of the
Atlantic battle fleet now in Hampton
Roads rode the storm in perfect
safety, but the blow even in Hamp
ton Roads was the worst of the
present season. All Incoming Wash
ington and Baltimore Bay boats had
rough experiences during the night
and other bay boats found lt very se
vere to-day.
GHOST LAIR LiOW BY RECTOR.
Spook that Tore Bedclothes Off
Sleeping Visitors.
London. Sept. 5.-The story of an
obstreperous ghost that played
pranks upon the residents at Asforda
by Rectory, Leicestershire, ior over
HO years, has at last been laid low by
th? rector, Rev. P. A. Gage Hall, who <
comes from Leicester.
Mr. Hall, after many fruitless at
tempts to rid the rectory of its un
invited, long-staying and non-paying
guest, at last resorted to the expedi
ent of a solemn exorcism. Putting on
cassock and surplice he went to the
affected parts of the house, and with
'Stern mein commanded tito spirit to
depart "in the name of the Father,
the Son, and the Holy (?host."
"I believe," said the rector in an '
interview, "that my action bas been
successful, for wo have since seen
or heard nothing of tho ghost."
The rectory is a very old and rani
hiing building, lt has been the resi
dence of many well known people,
and it is alleged to hove been the
scene of many grim and daring
deeds. Hence it posessses ideal and
unrivalled attractions for any enter
prising and house hunting spook.
But tho particular ghost upon
whose eviction the rector of^.sfords
by is being widely congratulated was
not merely a creature of moans and
groans and creepy manners and ap
pearance. He was a ghost of vigor
ous physique, and moreover an ap
parition with strongly developed
likes and dislikes. His pet aversion,
seemingly, was bedclothes, and to
show his displeasure he was in the
habit of ripping the blankets and
other clothing from harmless sleep
ers in the dead of night.
Rev. C. H. Strudwick, vicar of
Whetstone, a neighboring Leicester
shire parish, recently slept for seve
ral nights in a haunted room, and he
relates that on the very first night
he was alarmed by a violent tugging
at his bedclothes. He held on as
tightly as he was able, but in vain.
? The ghost won the tug-of-war and
?stripped the vicar of his covering.
"All I could see," said the vicar
afterward, "was a heap of disordered
.bedclothes on the floor. There was
nothing else to indicate that any
thing unusual had occurred. 1
searched the room thoroughly and
everything was in order. The door
was locked on the inside and no one
could have entered. But when the
same thing happened the very next
night I was glad to change my room."
A sister-in-law of the rector sub
?sequently slept in the same room and
had the same alarming experience.
Rev. Gage Hall declares that such
occurrences have 'been troubling the
household ever since he can remem
ber. "The family," he said, "have
heard the ghost tramping round the
corridors of the house at night, and
the servants have been scared by
strange happenings and noises."
Since the exorcism, however, the
ghost has ceased his pranks, and it
is generally hoped that he has gone
away for good. There are some who
may suggest that the spook has
merely gone away on his summer va
cation. ' But the inhabitants of the
rectory do not treat the matter in a
frivolous spirit.
German Kills His Family.
Huelhausen, Germany, Sept. 5.--A
crazed teacher named Wagner mur
dered his wife and four children yes
terday, and then set fire to the vil
lage. He barricaded himself In his
house and had a pitched battle with
villagers who attempted to capture
him. Wagner killed eight persons
nnd wounded ten before he was cap
tured.
Misplaced confidence Isn't always
the result of being absent-minded.
.MOTHER! GIVE GROSS, SICK
CHILI) ONLY "CALIFOR
NIA SYRUP OF FIGS.'
If peevish, feverish, tongue coated
give "fruit laxative"
nt once.
No matter what alls your child a
laxative should be the first treat
ment given.
Look at the tonguo, motlier! I
coated, it is a sure sign your "little
(ono's" stomach, liver and bowels
need a gentle, thorough cleansing a
once. When cross, peevish, listless
palo, doesn't sleep, eat or act natu
rally; if breath is had, stomach sour
system full of cold, throat sore, or i
feverish, give a teaspoonful of "Call
fornia Syrup of Figs," and in just
few hours all tho elogged-up, con
stlpated waste, sour bile and undi
gested food will gently move out o
the bowels and you have a well
playful child again.
Sick children needn't be coaxed to
take this harmless fruit laxative
Millions of mothers keep it handy
because they know Its action on the
stomach, liver and bowels is prompt
and sure. They also know a little
given to-day saves a sick child to
nibrrow.
Ask your druggist for a BO-cent
bottle of "California Syrup of Figs,
which contains directions for babies
children of all ages and for grown
ups plainly on the bottle. Beware
of counterfeits sold here. Get the
genuine^ made by "California Pig
Syrup Company." Refuse any otu??
kind with contempt. adv.
HOT SPRINGS FliAME-SWKPT.
Heart of City in A ?lie?-.'?1. Miling*
Being Dynamited.
Hot Springs, Ark., Sept. 5.-Fire,
fanned by a high wind, has swept
twelve blocks in this city. The city
lire department ls dynamiting build
ings in tho path of the blaze, and has
called on Little Rock for aid. The
city water supply plant has been de
stroyed.
At fi o'clock the entire business
section of Malvern avenue had luven
destroyed, and tho Hames were
spreading rap'dly. Tho Park and
Jefferson hotel? are burning.
The buildings already destroyed
include the plant of Swift & Co., the
Ozark Sanitarium and the high school
building. So far no loss of life bas
been reported.
Other buildings burned itu ludo the
city's gas and light plant, the Iron
Mountain railroad station, the county
court house and the Moody Hotel.
The fire originated in a negro
dwelling, just east of the government
reservation, und, driven by a high
wind, spread southward and away
from the reservation.
At 8 o'clock to-night it is estimat
ed that more than thirty sonare
blocks of buildings have been de
stroyed and the fire shifting toward
the main business section.
Sidney Dillon, superintendent of
public utilities, estimated the loss at
that hour at between $3..riOO,000 and
$4,000.000.
A new German machine cleans and
sorts medicinal tablets, rejecting bro
ken ones, and packs them in boxes
or tubes at a rate of from 150,000 to
200,000 a day.
FOK EDUCATION OP GIRLS.
Miss Maw thorne Leaves Money to
Ofliciais of Km.? ist Church.
? (Greenville News, 4th.)
Miss Lillie Hawthorne, who died
at her home on Hamilton avenue
Monday night, designated a consid
erable portion of her property to be
used in the education of poor girls.
Miss Hawthorne lu her will made
bequests to a number of ber rela
tives, and then named th? pastor,
clerk and deacons of tho First Bap
tist church as trustees of the re
mainder of her property, this prop
erty to be used in tho education of
poor girls. The property left for
such purpose Includes her late home
on the corner of Hamilton avenue and
.Hudson street, and some four or live
thousand dollars in investments. The
house and lot is a valuable piece of
property, its wort li running well into
the thousands. Tho trustees of the
estate will be custodians of tho reve
nue derived from tills property and
from other property UIRO, using lt as
designated in her will.
Miss Hawthorne bad for many
years been a devoted member of the
First 'Baptist church, and had long
been interested in education.
Diarrhoea Quickly Cured.
"I was taken with diarrhoea, and
Mr. Yorks, the merchant here, per
suaded me to try a bottle of Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy. After taking one
dose of it I was cured. It also cured
others that I gave lt to," writes* M. E.
Gebhart, Oriole, Pa. That is not at
all unusual. An ordinary attack of
diarrhoea can almost Invariably be
cured by one or two doses of this
remedy. For sale by all dealers, ad.
Blood Was Wrong
All woman, who suffer from the aches and pains, duo
IO female ailments, ire urged to try Cardut, the reliable,
scientific, tonic remedy, for worneft. Cardul acts proniptiy,
yet genny, and without bsd effects, on the womanly Tratera,
relieving pain, building up strength, regulating the system,
and toning ap the n?rvea. During the past har! century,
thousands of ladies have written to toll of the quick curative
result? they obtained, from the use of this well-known medicine.
TH?
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VfomanVFonk
Mrs. Jane Callehan suffered from womanly trouble for
nearly ten years. Ia a letter from Whftevllle, N. C, she
nays: "I was not able to do my ?wa housework. My
stomach wac wesk, and my blood wu wrong. I hod back
ache, and was very weak. 1 tried several doctors, but they
did me no good. I used Card wi for 3 of 4 months, aid now
! am in the best health I heve over been. I can hew praise
Cardal enough." It is the best tonic, for women.
Whether seriously sick, er simply weak, try CafdstL
WMSf Av LMON' A*ftowr Dwi, CtaMrMMfS Ated?ete* O.,
ter Awrtoi IiutrmctUm, ta? S4-M? tew, " HMM Trcatmat ter Wimm."
TYPEWRITER
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We can supply all Demands in Typewriter Papers
Bonds, Heavy, Light and Feather Weight-any size, any
quantity.
High quality Carbon Paper always in stock.
We represent locally a Standard Typewriter Ribbon
Sales House. Best Silk Ribbons 75c. Fresh Ribbons for all
machines with but little delay.
Orders for Supplies Handled Promptly.
KEOWEE COURIER,
WALHALLA S. C.
BLUE RIDGE RAILWAY.
TIME TABUES NO. 18-EFFECTIVE JUNE 1, 1018.
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NOTW.-Steam vralns *ill stop on flag at Anderson Freight fap^iWest
Andetbwu, Denver, wandy springs, A utun, Cherry's, Adams's. Jordanie.
Welch. Toxaw?y, Phlcney'r and James's. J. R. ANDERSON, Supt.
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Blcckloy Building,
ANDERSON, S. CAROLINA.
MARCUS C. IX>NG,
Attornoy-at-Ijaw,
Phono No. 00,
Walhalla, Soutlt Carolina.
Oftic? Over Ocone? Newr.
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Walhalla, South GaroHiia.
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Dental Surgeon,
WALHALLA, S. CAROIilNA.
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Store.
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Kurfees Pain ia und Oil.
Gutter and Repair Work.
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TINNER, - WALHALLA, S. C.
SHERIFF'S SALE FOR TAXES.
Notice ls hereby given that I will
sell, on Thursday, September 18th,
1913, at ll o'clock a. m., in front of
the Court House door, Walhalla, S.
C., the following described personal
property, to wit:
One Blue Mare Mule.
Levied on as the property of W. J.
Duckett at the suit of the State for
taxes for the year 1912.
Terms of Sale: CASH.
J. W. DAVIS,
Sheriff Ocone? County, S. C.
Sept. 3, 1913. 36-38
SUMMONS TO DEFENDANTS.
The Stnte of South Carolina,
County of Ocouee.
(In Magistrate's Court.)
John F. Craig, Plaintiff,
against
Mrs. Josie Hudson and Sam Lay, De
fendants.
(Summons to Defendants.)
To the Defendants Above Named:
Complaint having been made unto
mo by tho above named Plaintiff that
the Defendant, Mrs. Josie Hudson, is
indebted to Plaintiff in the sum of
forty-eight dollars, and that tho De
fendant Sai.n Lay ls a necessary party
to this action:
These* are therefore to require you
to appear before me in my office at
my residence, Tamassee, Oconee
County, South Carolina, on the .
twenty-first day after the service
hereof upon you exclusive of the day
of such service, or Judgment will bo
awarded for the said Plaintiff for the
possession of the property seized un
der the Warrant of Attachment
herein, together with the costs and
disbursements of thiB action.
Given under my hand and seal this
16th day of August, 1913.
(SEAL) JESSE LAY,
Magistrate, Oconeo County, S. C.
To the Absent Defendant, Mrs. Josie
Hudson :
Please take notice that the Com
plaint in the above stated case was
filed at my office at Tamassee, S. C.,
on August 16th, 1913.
JESSE LAY,
Magistrate, Oconeo County, S. C.
Sept. 3, 1913. 36-39
CITATION NOTICE.
The State of South Carolina, Coun.
ty of Oconee.- (In Court of Probate)
-By V. F. Martin, Judge of Probate.
-Whereas, W. E. Cheswell has made
suit to me to grant him Letters of
Administration of the Estate of and
Effects of Louisa Da Bolt, deceased:
Those are, therefore, to cite and
admonish all and singular the kin
dred and creditors of the said
Louisa Da Bolt, deceased that they
be and appear before me, in the
Court of Probate, to be held at Wal
halla Court House, South Carolina,
on Monday, the 15th day of Septem
ber, 1913, after publication hereof,
at ll o'clock In the forenoon, to
show cause, if any they have, why
the said administration should not
be grauted.
(liven under my hand and seal thia
26th day of August, A. D. 1918.
(Seal.) V. F. MARTIN,
Judge of Probate for Oconee County,
South Carolina.
Published on the, 27th day of Au
gust and the 3d and 10th day?? of
September, 1913, in the Koo wo? Con
Tier and on the Court House door for
the time prescribed by law.
August 27, 1913. 35-37
Chamberlain's
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