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* SUNDAY SCHOOL QUESTIONS. ?
(Copyright, 1910, by Rev. T. 8. Lln
scott, D. D.)
" e Qroat Question. Mnrk vlil:27
Golden Text?Thou art Christ, the
Son of the living God. Matt. xvi:16.
(1.)) Verse 27?Where was Cuesaren
Pi nippl situated, and what class of
(2.) Why did Jesus want to know
,. e people said he was?
f".) IIt right or wrong, and why,
for us to be noxious about what the
people say of us?
? ' ? Verse 28.?Why did the people
think .Jesus was either John, Elijuh or
one of the prophets? (See Matt. xlv:2)
(5.) In view of the fact that- prior to
this they had been saying he was the
Christ, why wero they not now saying
eo? (See John 1:11; iv:42j Mark 111:11,
(C.) Why did not Jesus publicly de
clare himself as the Christ and why
did he refuso to let them muke him
king? (See John vl: 16.)
(71 If Jesus at this time was not
fulfilling the national expectations of
the people concerning the Messiah
what effect would that have upon the
opinions the people had of him?
(h.) Verse 29. What evidence have
we today that Jesus Is the Christ of
Codi (This In one of the f]iie?tionK
which may be answered In writing by
members of t"e club.)
(9.) How did PetOl' know that Jesus
was Christ? (gioo Matt, xvl.ir.-17.?
(10.) Peter and the other apostles
had known before that Jesus was
Christ, hut how doea his declaration
here dllor from Iiis former belief?
(See Malt. *ly;33! ix:27; xii:2:?.>
(ii.) There Is helief ami belief, mil
what is the only way to reach the su
premo conviction that Jesus is the
Christ? (See I Cor. xJl:3J
(12.1 Verse 3d Why. seeing Jesus
enme to the earth as the Christ, did
he forbid them to make that fact
(13.) Vot'SO "1 When we are thwart
ed in doing our work in the best way,
the way in which we had planned,
what should we then.do, and why?
(14.) Would Christ hnve preferred
that they had accepted him as their
Saviour rather than rejecting him?
(15.) Was it Cod's original purpose,
or not, and why. that the Jews should
reject and crucify Jesus?
(16.) Verges 32-33?Wherein consist
ed Peter's folly in differing with
(17.) If Jesus at this time had
adopted Peter's view what would that
have led him to do?
(18.) eVrses 34-36?Why Is It that
no man can be a follower of Jesus
without self denial and suffering?
(19.) What Is the nature of the self
denial and the suffering which all
true Christians must endure?
(20.) Verses 36-37?What Is the most
priceless possession a mall has?
(21.) To whnt extent of loss should
a man go If essential to the salvation
of his soul?
(22.)If a millionaire dies without
salvation and a poor man dies trust
ing in Christ what will be the differ
ence in their wealth In eternity?
(2:l.? Verse 38?What Is It to be
ashamed of Christ and what will it be
to be rejected by him?
(24.) ix: 1?How did some of those
that stood there witness "the king
dom of God come with power?"
Lesson for Sunday. Nov. 24, 1912.
The Transfiguration. Mark ix:2r13.
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Mr. Poultry man: If you are not get
ting eggs, don't blame the chickens:
help them along by feeding Conkey's
Laying Tonic. Palmetto Drug Com
pany has It. ll-6t
I CROSS HILL NeWS |
Cross Hill, N-ov. 11.?Dr. Miller re
turned from the^"association of sur
geons of the S. A. L. railway at Tam
pa, Florida In time to vote last Tues
day. The doctor was honored by be
ing elected president of the associa
tion. The next meeting will be at Pe
Mr. H. L. McSwaln returned Fri
day from a business trip to Columbia
There was quarterly conference at
the Methodist church last Wednesdny.
Presiding Flder Meadows conducted
We had a regular down-pour of
rain last Wednesday night. Roads and
fields were washed badly.
Mrs. Virginia Watson and daughter.
Miss LUlle, of Greenwood visited Mrs.
N. I. Williams Thursday, till Monday.
Mr. Hassell Miller of Whltmire
come over Saturday for a visit to his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Miller.
Mrs. Des Schamps and Miss Netta
Corbett of Maycsvllle are the guests of
Prof, and Mrs. Smith.
Mrs. Williamv Johnston, nee Miss
Hhldona Owens, of North, came Thurs
day for a visit to her people here.
Mr. Andy Pinson and family of
Greenwood county spent the week end
with relatives in town.
Mrs. Corrinenc Boyd came Saturday
to visit the family of Mr. A. M. Hill.
Mrs. A. M. Hill is in Richmond for
treatment by a specialist. Her peo
ple are apprehensive about her con
Mr. .1. T. Ligon of Greenwood was
in town Saturday.
Mr. Benton Matthews is at home
on account of the serious illness of
>ils father, Mr. .1. V. Matthews.
Mrs. S. 1.. Crisp is in Atlanta with
her daughter. Mrs. Gussie McDonald
who is quite ill
Miss Simmons, a charming young
lady, and teacher at Harris Springs,
attended the Presbyterian Sunday
A young lady came over from Clin
ton on the train Saturday wearing a
badge with "I am for Musgrove Coun
ty" on it. She walked up to a Cross
Hill man and pinned it on his coat
and he walked around with the badge
"1 em for Musgrove County". What
Could be do but wear it when a pretty
young lady pinned it on? No matter
what was bis opinion about the new
The Knights of Pythias held an In
teresting meeting here Friday night.
Grand Chancelor F. S. Evans was with
them. About 65 members were pres
? PEA RIDGE.
Pea Ridge, Nov. 11.?Mrs. Bessie
Godfrey and children of Clinton visit
ed Mrs. Jim Hipp Saturday.
Mrs. N. J. Anderson and mother
spent Friday with Mrs. O. P. Goodwin.!
Miss Mary Johnson of Clinton spent
the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Vic
Miss Cora Workman spent Saturday
night with Misses Orene and Mabel
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Blakely, Mr.
Worthy Chapman and mother and Mr.
J. C. Holt spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. Victor Weathers.
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Cunningham
spent Sunday with Mrs. Ella Shock
Mr. and Mrs. Barksdale Franks spent
Friday with Mrs. Jim Hipp.
Miss Hessle Blakely was the guest
of Misses Orene and Mabel Goodwin
Miss Ella Bell spent. Thursday with
her mother, Mrs. M. E. Bell.
A large crowd attended the singing
at Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Cunningham's
Mountville. Nov. 11.?Mr. L. 1.. Den
dy of Columbia, has been visiting rel
atives in town.
Mr. D. A. Thunums has returned to
the hospital in Atlanta where he has
been being treated for quite a while.
While out o possum hunting 8 few
nights ago, Mr. J. W. Hill was pulled
from his horse by a horse he was lead
ing, which resulted in his arm being
broken. Drs. Peak and Klough were
called to his assistance. We wish him
a speedy recovery.
Mrs. J. C. Miller and Mis:? Ruth Mil
ler visited in Cross Hill last week.
Prof. B. A. Fuller's new house has
been completed. It is a very pretty
house and adds to the attractiveness
of our town.
Mr. Frank Stokes has bought the
stock of goods formally owned by Mr.
D. A. Timmons.
Carload of mules wanted at Counts
and Cowan's Stables on Friday, Nov.
15th. Herren llrudhcrry Mule Co.
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Or Does Everything You Eat
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stomach disorders are So common in
this country is due to hasty and
careless habits of eating. Stomach
troubles and run-down conditions also
usually go together.
John Llnd. of Oneonta, N. Y., says:
"I have been troubled with a bad
stomach trouble for fifteen years, and
became so weak that 1 could hardly
walk or do any work. My appetite
was very poor, and It seemed impos
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already made a remarkable improve
ment In my health; my digestion is
much stronger, and I have gained in
Vinol makes weak stomachs strong
because it strengthens and tones up
the weakened, tired and overtaxed
nerves of the digestive organs. Vinol
is easily assimilated by the weakest
stomachs, and is delicious to the taste.
Try a bottle of Vinol with the
understanding that your money will
he returned if it does not help you.
laukens nitro co.
Lauren*, s. c.
State of South Carolina,
County of Laurens.
Pursuant to an order of the Probaei
Court for the county and state afore
said, in the ease of Annie B. Hopkins,
and J. W. Balentine Individually and
as administrators of the Estate of R.
Mills Balentine, plaintiffs, against
Wellie C. Ballentlne, et al., I will sell
to the highest bidder at public out
cry at Laurens, South Carolina, from
the southern portico on Salesday in
December 1012, being the 2nd day of
the month, during legal hours, all that
tract of land situate in Laurens comi
ty. In said state, near Ware Shoals,
containing 46 and 87-100 acres, more
or less, bounded north by lands of W.
C,. Murff, east by lands of .1. W. Hecks,
south by lands of .1. Krank Beeks and
\\< st by lands of XV. S. Knight. Terms:
one-half of purchase money, cash, bal
ance witli interest at eight per centum,
due in 12 months, secured by bond
of purchaser and mortgage of the
premises, with leave to the purchaser
to pay all cash. Purchaser to pay
for papers. If the purchaser does not
comply with the terms of sale the
land shall be resold on the same or
some subsequent salesdav at the risk
of the defaulting purchase.-.
(). O. THOMPSON.
Probate Judge, L. C, S. C.
Nov. ?. I9l2.?!4-4t.
We offer you a special value in a
solid oak chair with cane seat, only
S. M. & E. H. WILKES & CO.
Carload of mules wanted at Count'
and Cowan's Stahles on Krida), No\
l?tli. Herren Rruilberry .dale Co.
Neu Is the best time to sow groin
and Sullivan's Store Is the best place
The farmer who is sowing more
small grain Is the one at the front
In progressive farming and making
Our Lone Star Brand Texas liaised
Hed Rust Proof Oats are line?Ask
your neighbor about them?ue bought
from us and has a tine stand of oats
up and looking well. He Is progres
We also have fine Seed Rye, Winter
Barley, Vetch, Crimson Hover and
Wood's Seed Wheat.
Why don't yo? sow down and rest
up that land that is cotton sick? It
will pay you. We are doing our best
to seed down Laurens County?Won't
you help us?
Every former Is especially invited
to come and see our Seed Grain. It
won't cost you one red cent to look,
and when you buy you will get your
money's worth and will be pleased.
Come one?Come all?Come on to
the Blur Store.
Laurens, S. C.
NOTICE OF SALE.
Prusuant to order of the Court of
Common Pleas In case of Nannie K.
Curry plaint iff. against WIlie Moon;
et al. 1 will sell at public outcry to
the highest bidder for cash on Tues
day t!ie :'.rd day of December, 1912, at
i two o'clock P. M. of Bald day, near
Owings Homestead, all that tract of
land situate in Laurens comity in said
Btate, containing forty six acres, more
or less, to bo cut and sold in suitable
lots, said tract of land being on east
side of t'ho ('. & W. C. railroad, bound
ed by lands of Pearly R. Moore, and
other:; near Owing.-; Station.
.lohn I). Owings, j
S her if,-. *
Laurens County, S. C.
Jno. W. Ferguson C. C. Featherntono
W. B. Knight
FERGUSON, FEATHERSTONE & KNIGHT
Attorneys at Law
Lnurens, S. C,
Prompt and careful attention given
Office Over Palmetto Bank.
We Will Buy a Car Load of Mules at
Laurens, S. C, on
Friday, Nov. 15th, 1912
We Mean Business and W
Have Already Bought on Your Market 80 Head in the Last Two Months.
Come, Get a Good Price Cash.
HERREN BRADBERRY MULE CO