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(By E. 0. SELLERS, Director of Evez
Department, The Moody Bible Instlt
LESSON FOR JANUARY 4
JESUS AND THE CHILDREN
LESSON TEXT-Mark 930-U; 10S
GOLDEN TEXT-"Gird yourselves '
humility, to serve one another; for I
resisteth the proud, but giveth grac
the humble."-I Pet. S:5.
We now return to the New To
ment, and during this year finish th
studies on the life of Christ wb
were followed during the year 1.
Almost as though it were an ansi
to the question, "who are for him, i
- who are against him?" that was as)
In the last les"s fr,
tme summer of A. D. 29,
ing the time of his Perean minist
which extended from his final dep
ire from Galilee until his triump
'entry -into Jerusalem.
Dispute, vv. 30.37
f contrast, the lea
ven us this side-li
ip to this tme, ul
edisciples of th
.s had been teach
his kingdom. 1
- power, a wrangl
ceased. Jesus w
d arrived at Cal
eat had cooled soi
Ig any notice of
* nse to his quest]
- 3ir peace, for, af
--re ashamed ofw
. 34. Jesus then I
-ired of all of th
enter into this m
Is a more pertin,
- . ' one they had i
. e.UV Luk6 18:15-17) tA
- ples desired to si
- hence the woz
come." Ever afi
low, ambition to
me up, there m
- ethem, In memo
appeal to chil&
aen. The fact t]
- ear at hand is s
activeness of Jes
- e seemingly afr
- ..- 2t'so, however, 1
- eceive one who 3
-is to-receive Jei
- -elve Jesus Is to
for he came as i
- the Father, the I
, Col. 2:9. To
*Is of course prel!
.'*.-ystion of preceder
- .Jesus taught thi
44 . a lttl child
18:3), so must all
-m>trasts the spirilt
at ofpride which tl
.The lower we
- -- gher Godwlllexalt
-* sus rebuked his di,
U' them that rather ti
- e f authority and lead
- . to take the place
- ..y may be tauhta
- ". enOited, vv. 38-41. 'I
-' d by these discip
f rom having been
-earth after all of thi
T. ty tucastout del
Jesus was evidei
nd that such perst
- -c against, him, yr.
wever, the ability
c-- U -U1s, but rather 1
e:'.e bad been perfo1
- which bulked It
- .t s the serlCe tl
*41land Matt. 12:
Set ^c Example.
;. Ar Dibgutse, 10:13
Tr '- esus towards thi
-. di (9:36) led oth
a ur -Idren to him, I
as the babIes, IA4
V . eture the scene
-e- - hands inblesi
o a -weffect this bless
a a -a baby's heart
; a nowe can Imag
'.4, a acnh$e o rw punsibility for Ch:
tig n urture must have remained w
thesetearents, Eph. 6:4. Those
ellrgs. of these children have set
*Mexample in bringing them tl
earto Jesus. To allow children
4ih'the "years of-undertanding"
-ie teaching them the way of I
bWs"""5easonabie as Is neglect tea
-bi children the habits of physi
cenalness, until they are old enoi
to understand sanitation, -hygiene,
tle laws of medical science.
iAs we look back over these il
dqnts we are impressed by the f
t4alt those who engage In such a si
nuty, even wicked a discussion as
t .e raa r -r-ien.we
if be'thr - h: '' r t
b u repor
-f ill, a ' ed s c abueo
. Whe hai geuly ploeiht t
ioofsaiver and bow uests
restor yours ath ndc abus god
ins25c. at i druggists. adv.
-.Precedent dready Established.
"What do YQ suppose your fat]
will say wheaj ask permission
marry you?' t don't know. Bi
wouldn't worry-:He didn't refuse i
of the men 4 aked for my Z<
-ds sisturtf - Free
For Infantand children
In Use For tver3OYea
c A d el e
should be "nipped in the
bud", for if allowed to run
unchecked, serious results
may f ollow. Numerous
cases of consumption, pneu
monia, and other fatal dis
eases, can be traced back to
a cold. At the first sign of a
cold, protect yourself by
thoroughly cleansing your
system with a few doses of
ted the old reliable, vegetable
e10 liver powder.
a Mr. Chas. A. Ragland, ot
Madison Heights, Va., says:
"I have been using Thed
fords Black-Draught for
stomach troubles. indiges
ion. and colds, and find it to
ry, be the very best medicine I
ever used. It makes an old
in man feel like a young one."
Insist on Thedford's, the
As origina and genuine. E-67
- There is a lot Of Poppycock about
this thing we call "inspiration." Men
do not sit down in a trance and arise
to find themselves equipped with
e genius. Achievement means toil and
ne- struggle and continuous effort to mas
ter small things that eventually shall
0Th' contribute to the perfect whole.
re- Neigborhood Characters.
of Every -neighborhood ha, some we
SO man who is recognized as the informa
ew tion bureau and official news agency.
t Atcnisou Globe.
Net Necessarfly. y
ad A girl is not necessarily cut for a
da, prima donna just because she ishard
ry, Guarding Against Croup
* The best safeguard against croup is
e a bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar Com
lat pound in the house. P. H. Gina, Mid
U, dleton, Ga., writes: "My children are
us. very susceptible to croup, easily catch
did cold. I give them Foley's Boney and
he Tar Compound and in every instance
er- they get prompt relief and are soon
__ cured. We keep it at home and pre
vent croup." For sale by all dealers
r everywhere. adv.
r- A '7
'Does Your Money Fly ?
ns Bring it to us and open a Savings
Account and we will lock it up for
3you. That is the only way the average
bman can save money.
;e Hlome Bank and Trust Co
Fin~ e Farm For Sale.
ng I will sell for cash, at public
we outcry at Sumter, S. C., on the
Ins 1st, Monday in January 1914,
- salesday, that fime Farm former
i ly owned by Peter Chewnmng,
* Sr., containing 448 acres, includ
Sing 120 acres of fine Farming
to Land. The balance is heavily
e. Timbered with Unbled Long
fe, Leaf Pine. Oak, Hickory and
ch, Cypress. This Land is located
cal in Sumter county, near ,the
Lgh Clarendon line, five miles from
or the town of Pinewood, and is
adjoining farm to Ex-Governor
ac John L. Manning's mansion.
iiThe water is fine, the health is
to godand there are fine railroad
er facilities. Purchasers to pay for
m- ~papers. For further informa
>od tion apply to,
to PETER CHEWNING,
aSummerton, S. C.
..:..a.44Um, bietween the minute
hand and the dial. The clock was
stopped for an hour untl the bird was
~ew Easy Answer.
ou Instructor (at night school)-"Give
ac- a sentence with the word 'metaphysi
and clan' in It." Shaggy'-Haired PupiH
eel- "On his way home, Mr. yones, meta
er TAX NOTICE.
LiThe County Treasurer's Office will
be open for collection of taxes for 1913
on 15th October 1913, and close 15th
March 1914. Following are the tax
Slevies: State tax 51 mill, Ordinary
County 4k mills, Court House and
SCounty Bonds li mills, School Tax 1
mill, "Constitutional School 3 mills,
ISpecial School District 1. 5 mills, 2.
3 mills, 3. 6 mills, 5. 3 mills, 7. 4 mills,
9. 10 3-4 mills, 10. 3 mills, 11. 2 mills,
13. 4 mills, 14. 4 mills, 15. 8 mills, 16.
S8 mills, 17. 4 mills, 18. 2 mills. 19. 10
7 20. 13k mills, 21. 3 mills, 22. 9 mnillk.
d24. 4 mills, 25. 8 mills, 20. $ mills, 27.
6 mills. 28. S mills, 29. 4 mills, 30. ti
-mills, 31. 2 mills, 32. 2 mills, 33. 2
illsm .;3 4 mls
Could Shout For Joy.
'I want to thank you from the bot
tom of my heart, "wrote C. B. Rader,
of Lewisburg, W. Va., ;,for wonderful
dvuble benelit. I got. from Electric Bit
ters, in curioir me of both a severe case
of stomach trouble and o rheumatism,
from which I had been an almost help
less sufferer for tea years. It suited
my case as though made just for me."
For dyspepsia, indigestion, jaundice,
and to rid the system of kidney pois
ons that cause rheumatism, Electric
Bitters have no equal Try them.
Every bottle is 2uaranteed to satisfy.
Only 50 cents at all druggists. adv.
Are You Your Own Judge?
A man cannot speak but he judges
himself with his will or against his
will he draws his portrait to the eye
of his companions by every word. Ev
ary opinion reacts on him who ut
Famous Stage Beauties
look with horror on Skin Eruptions,
Blotches, Sores or Pimples. They
don't have them. nor will any one.
who uses Bucklen's Arnica Salve. It
lorifies the face. Eczema or Salt
Rheum vanish before it. It cures sore
lips, chapped hands, chilblains: heals
burns, cuts and bruises, Unequaled for
piles. Only 25c. at all druggists. adv.
The great thing in the world is not
0 much to seek happiness as to earn
Wace and self-respect.-Huxley.
Expensive Lawmaking Body.
Prance has the most expensive par
ment. It costs $1,500,000 a year.
Constipation Poisons You.
If you are constipated, your entire
ystem is poisonedi by the waste mat
ter kept in the body-serious results
ften follow. Use Dr. King's New
Life Pills and you will soon get rid
of constipation, headache and other
troubles. 25c. at Druggists or by
mail. H. E. Bueklen & Co. Phila
& St. Louis. adv.
To Avoid Rust.
To avoid using hooks and eyes that
will rust, test them with a magnet.
If they ca. be drawn by the magnet
:hey contain steel and should not be
sed on anything that requires Lamn
Dr. Hobson's Ointment Heals Itchy Eczema
The constantly itching, burning
sensation and other disagreeable
forms of eczema, tetter, salt rheum
nd skin eruptions promptly enred
by Dr. Hobson's Eczema Ointment.
Geo. W. Fitch of Mendota, Ill. says:
"I purchased a box of Dr. Hobson's
Eczema Ointment. Have had Eczema
ver since the civil war, have been
reated by many doctors, none have
ziven the benefit that one box of Dr.
Hobson's Eczema Ointment has."
Every sufferer should try it. We're
;o positive it will help you we guar
antee it or money refunded. At all
Drugists or by mail 50c. Pieiffer
3hemical Co. Philadelphia & St.
-Play of Feet Tells a Story.
It is an axiom among business and
profesional men, and especially
imong newspaper Interviewers, to
ratch the faCe of those with whom
hey are talking. But it is a still old
ir axiom with the exmining Judge in
'rance to note not only the prisoner's
ace but his feet play as well.
Accounting for it.
"I see your friends have been d
ag some hard mountain climbing of
[tat." "Yes; didn't you notice the
peaked look about them?'
Young Women Number Surprising.
The number of young women who suf
fer with weak back, dizzy and nervous
spells, dull headache and weariness is
mrprisng. Kidney and bladder ills
:ause these troubles, but if Foley Kid
ev Pills are taken as directed relief
ollows promptly, and the ills disap
pear. Contain no habit forming drugs.
Por sale by all dealers every where. ad v
Grandma used to be an old lady
who would throw a shawl over her
shoulders and sit in a rocker and knit
tockings all day. But, nowadays she
puts on a nickel's worth of prepared
abalk and follows the crowd.-Cin
GEORGETOWN, TEXAS. J. A.
Kimbro says: For several years past
Eoley's Honey and Tar Compound has
een my household remedy for all
oughs, colds, and lung troubles. It
2as given permanent relief in a num
yer of cases of obstinate coughs and
olds.'' Contains no opiates. Refuse
ubstitutes. For sale by all dealers
Milennium Not Yet Here.
From the diary of Sackville Mc
nutt: "The world may be growing
ore honest, but I notice that the
Lost' column in the paper is still con
iderably longer than the 'Found' col
Coughs That Prevent Sleep.
These coughs are wearingr and if
they "hang on," can run .one down
physically and lower the viaal resist
ance to disease. .\r. Bob Ferguson,
319 Pine St. Green Bay, Wisc., writes:
"I was greatly troubled with a bad
cough that kept me awake mights,
Two small bottles of Foley's Honey and
Tar Compound completely cured mec.'.
For sale by all dealers everywhere,
Atlanta Opera Audience.
A crowd at the Auditorium is a
unique gathering. The audience there
the other night was unlike any au
dience that ever gathered anywhere
but in Atlanta to hear grand opera.
. - It mixes freely and does not
use the lorgnette overly much. . . .
There was the ribbon clerk in the
rented dress suit and the red neck
tie; there was the portly dowager,
rigged out like a sixteen-year-old, and
the lavish display of the noveou riche
was also among those present-At
Being cheerful makest life one long
The Man Who Neglects Himself.
When his condition points to kidney
trouble takes an unwise risk. Back
ache, pain and soreness over the kid
nes, nervous or1 dizz~y spells p~oor
sleep. are all sympltoms that will disap-h
pear with the regular use of Foley
Kiney Pills. They put the kidneys
and bladder iu a clean, strong and
healthy condition. For sale by all
The old-fashioned little girl who 9
used to be told that there was a wild :a
bear in the blackberry patch now has .
D. grown daughter who doesn't believe
that ice cream makes freckles.-Dal
as News. -
The grade crossing and the auto'mo- :
)ile make an impossible combination,
.nd the -tomobile cannot be abolish
d.-New York World.
Stomach Troubles Disappear.
Stomach, liver ii.d kidney troub- -
les, weak nerves, lame back and fe- !
male ills disappear when Electric
Bitters are used. Thousands of wo -
men would not be without a bottle
in their home. Eliza Pool of Depew
Okla. writes: "Electric Bitters raised .
me from a bed of sickness and suffer
ing and has done me a world of good.
I wish every suffering woman coild
use this excellent remedy and find .
out, as I did, just how good it is.?
As it has helped thousands of others
it surely-will do the same for yon.
Every bottle guaranteed, 50e.- and(
$1.00. At all Druggists. H. E. Buck
len & Co. Philadelphia or St. Louis.
Penny Gone! No Warts. -
Maurice, age sir, was weeping bit
terly and mother Inquired as to the
cause of the deluge. "I bought two
warts from Vincent for a ienny," he
wailed, "and Vincent hasn't given, me
the warts and won't give my pmny
The Devif's Shop.
He who has no mind to trade with
the devil should be so wise as to keep
away from his shop.
Croup and Cough Remedy.
Croup is a terrible disease, it at
tacks children so suddenly they are
very apt to eboke nuless given the!
proper remedy at once. There are
nothing better in the world than DrI
King's New Discovery. Lewis Cham
berlain. of Manchester. Ohio, writes
about his children; "Sometimes in
severe attacks we were afraid they
would die, but since we proved what
a certain remedy Dr. King's .New
Discovery is, we have no fear. We
rely on it for croup, coughs and
colds." So can you. 50c. and $1.00
A bottle should be in every home. At
all Druggists. H. E. Bucklen & Co.
Phila. St. Louis. adv.
Where the Akhund Rules.
Swat is the name of a valley and
petty state northeast of Afghanistan.
It takes its name from the River Swat,
the Soastes of the ancient 'Griek
geographers-an indirect tributary of
the River Kubul. Its people belong to
a race called Yusufzai. Akhund is the
title of their rulers. The old line of
princes, which till a comparatively
late time ruled in Swat, claimed do-,
scent from Alexander the Great..
N buying si
or a poor;
to invest your m<~
have built their
style and. fit, an
shoes bearing ti
You don't have
here and get them!
very best styles and Ie
Children's. We cater
want to see YOU v
Sthem on~ our say-so!
OF4AN IN . +
T OFC ANNTRNKIN :
+. aet nin a rouss t their +
an ient eni isoa thearu
you the eperice of one man 4
+. at oarnn ac r oOT atEi
Ten opepls a Bt~ aku
Dr. ill' enewrso gi e Pi*
4 . 4nii ol .
We have the,"most elegant and Complete Line of
ever offered to the people of Clarendon. Call and let us
DICKSON'S DRUG STORE,
We have Old Santa with us this year-Come in and
bave-a word with him-He has the goods, you have the
mon'ey, so why not get together. Presents for everybody.
8. A. JOH NSON
Th Commercial and Savings Bank
OF SUMTER, S, C.
Opened for Basiness on Saturday, Novem.
ber First, at 9 A. M. at 45 Main Street.
CJ We cordially invite both your Commercial and Savings Bank.ng
Business. We propose uneeasing diligence and the most libera
Lreatment, Consistent with sound and progressive banking.
S. M. Pierson, C. J. Lemon, A. L Lesesne,
Henry P. Moses, J. K; Crosswell, I Z. Hearo.,,
J. Clinton Brogdon, P. M. Brown, R. Dozier Lee,
- P. N. Parrott, J. H. Myers, T. B. Jenkins,
N. H. Forrester, R. A. Bradbam, R. A. Burgess,
S. N. Gillispie, J. M. Chandler, H. L. Tisdale.
A. L. LESESNE, PRESIDENT. J. K. CROSSWELL, V-Pres.
R A. BRADHAM, CASHIER.
oes, you never see the vital or hid.
which either makes it a good shoe
she-that is why it is always safe
>rs aa pair of
are made by manufacturers who
repuLtton on honesty of quality,
i they stand behind1 every pair of
te Bell Trade.. Mark -making it
ou to see the hidden parts.
Ve Have Them
to search around for these shoes-comne right
We have selected with exceptional care, the
athers for this season in Men's, Women's and
to the foot-needs of the whole family and
earing a pair of LONGWEAR SHOES-buy
Stop And Think.
A minute before buying and paying
$20.00 more for a Range of the very same
quality that we sell.
The Great Majestic
is known throughout the Southern States
as the RANGE without an equal-Asbestos
Lined. Malable Steel-A wonderful fuel
Come in and see
Plowen Hrdwue Co
We have been doing business with the people of
Clarendon County all of our lives. We know their
needs, and their is no GENERAL STORE in Sumter or
elsewhere better equipped to supply the trade. We in
vite the farmers especially to visit our store with our
assurance of polite attention from competent salesmen.
For many years we have set the pace in the -GEN
ERAL MERCHANDISE line in this city, because we
especially cater to the business of the-farmer; by always
keeping FULL and COMPLETE lines. of those things
that are needed on the farm and in the household.
Our business has grown in volume, because we have
built it upon the ROCK BED FOUNDATION of giving
of giving quality and quantity. Our patrons do business
with us because of the confidence they have in our deal
ings with them, and the interest we manifest in securing
for them the very LOWEST PRICES for the g --: they
have to buy, and the HIGHEST PRICES that c.m iLe ob-.
tamed for the products of their farms,
THE FALL TRADE is on and we have prepared
especially for it by going on the markets and selecting a
large and assorted line of
DRY GOODS, SHOES, CLOTHING, NOTIONS,-HARD
WARE, and in fact, we have in our store everything
needed in the home for man, woman or child. Our store
may be called the COMPLETE STORE, and we cordially
invite you to come to see us.
COTTON - - COTTON. I
We are buyers of the FLEECY STAPLE and pay
the very HIGHEST PRICES as is demonstrated daily
by the fact that FARMERS from all over CLARENDON
and OTHER COUNTIES bring their cotton 'to us, and
many of them ship from their railroad station, and
SEND;US THEIR SAMPLES RELYING ON AND
HAVING CONFIDENCE IN THE PRICES WE WILL.
Buy"Your 6oods From US-Sell Your Cot
ton To us.
SU.MT E R,- S. C.
A PAIR SF ELKS! [
Or one of those Up-to-date TYSON AND
Thornhill One or Two horse WagonO~SBGI ra ?wnbooo
They need no advertising. All we have
'I to do is let you know we have them; they
Any and Everything in the Line of Feeds,I
Grain and Fertilizer. Give us a trial order
22-24 East Liberty St.,
Sumter, S. C.