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MORE INFORMATION ABOUT OUR
SUNDAY SCHOOL QUESTIONS
The wonderful words of praise for
tho I P. B. Q. C, published last week,
have created wide-spread Interest In
our Local Club, so we decide to give
brief extracts from a few more let
President II. L. Nave, 1). 1)., Albany
College, Oregon: "1 consider your
questions Intensely practical and
stimulating to thought." Rev. ('.. A.
Humphries, Pastor of Presbyterian
Chinch. Tnmaqun, Pa.; "No praise is
too great to bestow upon your wisely
conceived plan and its excellent exe
cution. The questions are gems. Their
comprehensiveness appeals to me."
Graul L. Ulco, Secretary, New York
State Sunday School Association:
"The strong feature of being sugges
tive is of grcal value; I wish every
paper, win:her daily, weekly, or
monthly, would print those ques
tions." Lev. Walter Bennett, Brad
ford. I . ..: "I would like to say that
their exceeding suggostlvoness inter
ests me. They elevate the lesson from
the minute letter commentary to that
higher and more profitable way of
taking tho great spiritual ideals in
volved." Rev. .1. 10. Squires, Centen
ary M. K. Church, San Francisco,
Cal.: "Am much delighted Indeed that
vou have secured the insertion of
these questions in the 'Examiner.' 1
shall gladly help iu all possible ways
to encourage the matter, and am sure
my fellow-pastors will do the same."
Rev. 13. U Dresser. Ocnon, X. Y.: "I
have complimented the editor of the
Tribune' on hnvlng the questions in,
and gave the paper quite a 'send off' in
my pulpit last Sunday." Rev. 1 >. II.
Class, Pastor of M. K. Church. Choi
sea, Mich.: "I have a class of fifty
men and find it very easy to arouse
animated and profitable discussion by
the use of your questions. 1 prize
them not alone for their instrinsic
value, but for the training they afford
one iu the art of questioning."
Subscribe for the Advertiser, read
these questions and win a gold medal
Send The Advertiser from now
to December 10, 1912, the close of
the Ulble Question Club Contest,
for the price of $1.00 enclosed.
Count me a member of the Local
(Copyright, 1910, by Rev. T. S. Lin
se Ott. D. D.)
A Psalm of Deliverance. Psalm
Qolden Text?The Lord hath done
great things for us; whereof we are
glad. Ps. cxxxvl:3.
(1.) Verse 1?What captivity did
the Psalmist here refer to. and what
were the circumstances of their re
<l\) How much of the prosperity of
our land and nation depends upon the
favor of the Lord ?
(3.) Verso 2?In what sense may it
be true that Cod forgives a nation for
(4.) If a nation is forgiven its sins,
why would that not include every in
dividual in the nation?
(.">.) On what condition does Cod
forgive individuals their sins?
(?:.- What takes place in the mind
of Cod. and iu the soul of the man
whose sins arc forgiven?
17. i Verse :: How had Cod's wrath
been manifested in the captivity of
(S.i What was tho sign when the
wrath of Cod was removed .rom thetn?
(0.) How does a sinner know when
the wrtllh of Cod is removed from
ihm Verso l Are there degrees of
anger in Clod, and Is it possible that
the ''fierceness' of his anger may
cense, and yet be bo angry with us?
(I l.i Verse .'. What do you under
stand by the anger of Cod?
(12.) Is there any way in which the
anger of Cod is visited upon one gener
ation for tin; sins of another genera
(13.) Verse G?What did the Psalm
ist probably mean, when ho prayed
that the nation may be revived?
(14.) What is the great need ol
the church and the world today?
(15.) How may a Christian live so
as to "rejoice" in the Ix>rd all the
(1C.) Verse 7?May a person so live
that he does not need to ask for Cod's
(17.) What does the "salvation" of
(IS.) Verse S How does Cod speak,
and does be actually answer questions
or give special directions?
(19.) What is tin- "peace" of Cod?
(20.) What offocl dries "folly" h.lVO
upon tlx- peace of Cod?
(21.) VorsO 9 - What effect does the
personal salvation of individuals have
upon the "r'e:y" or prosperity of a
(22.) Verse 10?When we exper
ience the mercy of God, does that
always make us the lovers of truth?
(?23.) Why is it that "righteousness
and peace" necessarily embrace each
other! (This is one of the questions
tiiat may he answered in writing by
members of the club.)
(24.) Verses 11-13?Is national
righteousness always a cause of na
Lesson for Sunday, Nov. 5th, 1911.
Esther Pleading for Her People.
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A CLIXCIIFIELD BRANCH.
Guffnc) Citizens to Organize to Ituild
11 ranch Road to Chcsnec to Tap
Gaffney. Oct. 20.?A movement has j
been launched by Gnffney men, back
ed by the board of trade, to secure,
a branch railroad from this city to
Chesneo to tap the Clinchlleld, Caro
lina & Ohio at that point. It is not
definitely know as yet Just what pro
gress hits been made by those who are
working on the matter, but it is said
that considerable headway has been
made. It is the plan to raise $2.">,ot)U
at the start in order that the prelim
inary work may he done as rapidly
and quickly as possible, and then lat
er, if possible, the line will he leased
to some railroad company to operate.
It is not the intention, however, of the
promoters of the scheme to relinquish
entire control of the road. It Is
thought that the money will be rais
ed without any great difficulty. The
business men of the town seem to
want some such connection, and if
they are willing to back the scheme
with their capital the road will be a
reality. This is the first time that
any positive action has been attempt
ed in the matter.
HOW TO CURE RHEUMATISM.
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The cause of Rhev matism and kin- \
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Account the State Fair, Oct. Ihith
Nov. 4th, 1911, the C, N. & L. R, R.
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THF. STATIC FAIR.
Tho State Fair this year will bo
held October 30th to and Inclusive of
Thero aro more reasons than ever
why tho peoplo of South Carolina
should tako this ono holiday and meet
at tho State Fair.
Reduced railroad rates have I? en
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Mr. K. B. Former, wlio represents 1 he Ten Pcnnett Manu
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of three modern Ten Pennctt alleys on West Main street.
Those differ greatly from the old style bowling alleys. They
are strictly up-to-date and will be conducted in a first class
manner Tor ladies and gents. Nothing will be allowed that
themost refined lady or dignified minister eoidd object to. All
gambling features cut out. This is a very amusing and
innocent game, offering much need exercize, brings every mus
cle into action. Mr. Farmer wishes to please the people in
Laurcns and surrounding country and will be glad to have
the advice as to how these alleys ete. shall be conducted. He
wants the best people to play, others must stay out. No cussing
language or intoxication, boisterous talking will be allowed.
Hums are requested t*> stay out. He mean* to be nice to
everybody, but dries not care to mix up with those that make
Please accept this ad in the good spirit in which it is meant.
Come to see me. You shall be treated nicely.
We have aranged to have a private bath-room, in connec
tion with the alley.
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