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r MORE INFORMATION ABOUT OUR
SUNDAY SCHOOL QUESTIONS
In two weeks our Bible contest
? starts. This revival in Rible is be
P ing welcomed by all the churches.
We are glad to have the co-opera
fc. tion of the churches, the pastors and
'.. Sunday School workers, in this im
. The prizes that are offered are in
AA.drally valuable, ami the Diploma
^Wen to all who complete the course
will confer a great honor upon them;
I but the greatest prize of till is the
study itself; no words can overstate
its value. All teachers of boys and
girls, say of fifteen years and over,
should urge them to take up this
course. Adult Bible (Mass teachers
will Und this contest to be a great
stimulus to their work if they per
sonally nei behind it and sot the ex
ample. Many pastors call attention
to the 1. P. lt. Q. C. from the pulpit
and urge their people to join and par
v ticipato in its benefits. We have no
doubt that the pastors of LaureilS
will not be one whit behind those of
other towns. We have reason to be
lieve that parents are encouraging
their grown-up children to take this |
course, and we urge upon all parents
to follow the good example.
The Laurens Advertiser is neces
sary for these studies, so order it for
yourself, or a friend, by using the at
Send The Advertiser from now
to December 10, 1912, the close of
the Bible Question Club Contest,
for the price of $1.00 enclosed.
Count me a member of the Local
Copyright, 1910, by Rev. T. S. Lin
scot t. I). W.)
Nehcmiah's Prayer. Nehemiab I.
Golden Text?The effectual fervent
prayer of a righteous man avalleth
much. James v: i r>.
<i.? Verses 1-3?Who was Nene
(2.) Where was Shushan?
(3.) What bad probably caused the
distress of these .lews who were I lien
in their own country?
I l.l By Whom and when had the
wall of Jerusalem been broken down?
("i.l Verse t?Would you say No
hemlnh did the wisest tiling to first
give himself up to weeping, to fasting,
and to prayer? Give your reasons.
(6.) When the church is in great
need, or the nation in calamity, or we
have sore family or business trouble,
bow much do prayer and fasting avail?
(7.) Two good men of equal ability
and opportunity, one of them precedes
every new enterprise with days of
special prayer, the other starts right
at the work and prays as he goes;
which will likely have the greater
success and why?
(8.) Verses 5-6?Is it helpful or
necessary, in private prayer to select
choice language, to tell God ot His
greatness and goodness, and to be as
careful of our oral composition as if
it were to apepar in print? Give your
?!).) Is it probable that many de
vout peoplo stir their own hearts
more, and give God a clearer pres
entation Of their needs in vocal
prayer, In company with other devout
people, than by their private prayers,
and If so why is it?
(10.) What is the benefit of sus
tained or repeated prayer, for the
(II.) Verso 7?In what particulars
had these Jews specially sinned?
(12.1 Is it the duty of all of us to
confess national sins, and if so what
is the benefit?
(13.) What are our chief national
sins which we should confess to God,
and should we pray for them to
(Ii.) Verses S-9?Is it our duty, or
in what way is it helpful, to remind
God of his promises?
(16.) When God brings calamity
upon a people, or an Individual, for
wrong doing, is it meant by God as a
bane or a blessing, Why?
(16.) What would be the result if
God rewarded us for wrong doing?
(17.) When does God do away with,
or prevent the natural consequences
of our sins?
(18.) When God forgives us, on re
pentance, what is- included in such
(lit.) Should those who have been
saved from their sins and have be
come the loyal children of (iod. con
fess sins on general principles, ov< n
if they arc not conscious of having
(20.) Verse 10 Is there reason toi
think that a blackslidden church is in
precisely the same relation to God as
so many sinners in the world?
cm.) Verse 11?What influence did
this pt'ayer have upon Neheiniah's re
quest to the king?
('22.) What proof have- you that
prayer for specific tilings are answer
ed todaj (This is one of the ques
tions that may he answered in writillg
by members of the club.)
Lesson for Sunday. Dec. :!, 1911.
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Your Questions Answered.
If you would like to have answered
any particular question each or any
week from "The Suggest I vo Questions
on the Sunday School Lesson" by Itev.
Dr. Llnscott, sentl In your request to
tliis olllce, giving the dato of the lesson
and the number of the question you
wish answered. You may seleet any
question except the one indicated that
"It may be answered in writing by
members of the club." Dr. .Llnscott
will answer the questions either in
these columns or by mail through this
ofllce. Don't forget to state what
benefit these "Suggestive Questions"
are to you. (Jive your full name and
address. Send your letters to "The
Question Kditor of The Advertiser,
Laurens, s. C."
All the world looks gloomy to the
man with the upset stomach, lie sees
the world through smoked glasses and
never tries to rub off the smoke.
Cheer up. Mr. Dyspeptic, there's
bright days ahead of you. Go to the
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Take them as directed and if the mis
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bring a sunny smile to your gloomy
Countenance, go and get your ?(> cents
MI-O-NA stomach tablets will
promptly end the distress of indiges
tion will stop nervousness, dizziness,
biliousness, sick headache and sleep
' lessness Klt'lv cents buys a. large box
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When you feel a cold coming on
don't delay, but immediately take
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In the District Court of the I uitcd
For the District of* South Carolina.
lu mutter of . ?
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Pursuant to the order of Hon. Hen
ry C. T?lman, as Referee in bankrupt
cy In the above entitled case. I will
sell at Laurent) Court House, South
Carolina, on Snlosday in December,
1911, being the 4th day of the month,
between the hours of u o'clock In tho
forenoon and II o'clock in the after
noon alt that tract, piece or parcel of
of land situate, lying and being with
in the corporate limits of the City of
1,aureus. In County of haurens in
State of South Carolina, containing
fifteen (15) acres of land, more or loss,
with dwelling house and outbuildings
located thereon, bounded :.s follows,
on the north by Hast Main street, on
east by lands of Harrison Hunter,
.lohn C. Royd and Kay Anderson, on
south by lands of .1. Wade Anderson
and on west by land of Mrs. ,)anle 0.
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The Only Big Department Store in Laurens.
Sells SameQoods for Less Money.
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Same Goods For
7 packages Cold
Dust for 25c.
8 cakes best Laun
dry Soap for 25c.
It will pay you to come many miles to buy your Goods of J. C. Burns & Company's Big Cut Price
Department Store. Come and bring the Whole Family. Big November Sale Now Going On.
Big Clothing Hale Now Going On.
Mens Suits $3.98, $4.98, $6.39 up to $15.00 for the $20.00 kind. Mens Pants 98e., 1.25, 1.48 up to $4.(58 for the $7.00 kind.
Boys' and Children's Suits $1.18 up to $4.98 for the $6.50 kind. Keep warm, big line of Men's Overcoats, going at $4.98,
$6.39, $7.50, $8.47, $9.94, $12.39 for the $15.00 kind. Ladies Serge Coat Suits, special $8.50 and $11.39. Ladies Corduroy
' Skirts, special $3.48. Blue Serge Skirts, big values, $3.75. Ladies' Skirts, $1.48, $1.98. Voils and Panama Skirts, $3.48 up
to $7.39, big values. Men's and Boy's Fur Hats, .48. 75, .98 up to $3.00 for a $5.00 John B. Stetson Hal. Men's and Boys'
Caps, .10, .18 .25 .48. Big line of Millinery for Ladies and Children. Hats .47, .69, .98, $1.39 up to $1.97. Shoes lor the
whole family here. Men's Shoes, .98 $1.25, $1.48, $1.75, $1.98, $2.24 up to $3.69 for the 5.00 Shoe. Ladies' Shoes, .98,
I. 18, 1.39 up to 2.89 for the ?3.50 Shoes. Children's Shoes, .48, .69, .83, .98, up (o 1.48, big values. Infant's Shoes, .19.
Dress Goods at lower prices than ever. Calicoes, 4 and 5 cents. 7 cts for 10 cts Ginghams. 7 cts lor 1.0 cts Bleaching.
Big line of Outings, Flannels, Flanneletts, Plaids, Sea Island, Ticking, etc. Underwear, 25 and 37 cts. lor the 50cts. kind,
others .48 and .69 cts. Underwear for children, 10, 13, and 23 cts. Hosiery,Socks and Stockings, 5, 8, 10, 13, 15, and 23
cents. ?These are 2-foot values. Best Spool Cotton made, 4 cents. Needles, Pins, Hairpins, 1 cent a paper. $1.00 Watch,
68 cents. $1.00 Alarm (lock, 59 cents. Eight day clock, guaranteed, $1.98. $20.00 gold filled Watch, guaranteed for
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roll. Trunks, 1.24, 1.69 up to 7.89. Suit Cases, SI, 98, 1.39 up to 4.39. These are traveling bargains. Men's Work Shirts,
38, 45, 69, 98, 1.39. Overalls, 48, 75, 94. Dress Shirts, 24, 38,48, 69, 94 cents. Big values. 15 cents Linen Collars, 10
cents. Window Shades, 10, 23, 39 and 45 cts. Curtain Poles, 10 cts. Large $1.50 ling for 98 cts. l ine Uugs, $3.18. Ih>
line Tinware, Glass, Crockery, Lamps, Enameled Ware. 10 lbs. best Soda, 25 cents. 12 cakes Laundry Soap, .25 cents. 3
cakes Toilet Soap, 10 cents. 3 boxes Search Light Matches, lOcents. And hundreds of other things we cannot list now. H
would take this whole new spaper to list our stock.
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We are located completely out of the High Priced District No. 210 West Laurens St , Next to Bramlett's Shop.