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' 1?^ ALIKE S lb Those ] WithMoneyl In The I BANK.' Coprrifbt 1909, br C, THE days of tl no terror to sufficient foresig bank account. the day when an obligatio it with equanimity, so the of joy, FIRST NATI Chera\ IT* Tl T TT r. d. n u DEAL Horses ai All Classes Bought c Large supply of hand from whic seTec Full Line of Lei Buggies, Wagoi Every thing positi be as represented. TTT/R MR. Tt P. B. HIJ Phone 28, V ~ ^EVMRE OF St ? TU*T MAV D! II rift ivm "you can s0( most dang K NEW DIS '' THE MOST INFA COUGHS AND * WHC AND ONLY RELIJ THROAT A PRICE SOc HBOm SOLD AND For JLADD'S DRUG STORE; (HElPUY msm E. Zimmerman C0.--n0. 23 lie month present ' those who with ht, have started a For regardless of n falls due, they may meet morrow is always a day ONAL BANK v, S. C. NTLEY ,ER IN nd Mules ; of Stock ind Sold. stock always on h to make your 4t tion. ading Grades of is and Harness. vely guaranteed to me and Cash. NTLEY Cheraw, S. C. IDDEN ATTACKS g ROVE DEADLY. * m REPEL THE | (If ITU ^ trtuua W I a n p ilNG'S iCOVERY LLIBLE CURE FOR COLDS doping cough \BLE REMEDY FOR lND lungs : AND $1.00 UARANTEED BY u. Ie By I JU'G CO.; WAXXAMAKEK & SOX'S jj L tf'TE^fAn it ^W^SMDTes-" GOD'S PROVIDENCE RE TWO QUEENS. Vasbti'a Method?Esther's Method. Present Day Applications. Esthsr iv, 1*5:3?Nov. 5 "TJte Lord presrrmth all them that lore Uim."?Psalm cxlv. to. ^ n r\T\ I r?rr k.m HdAAn refltrtH CUWdl 3 !HUU) uuo yuccu uaiui i for Its topic. She was a Jewess. noted for ber beauty, aud on this account she was chosen of Ahasnerus. King of Persia, to be his queen. It is presumed that she received the name Esther, whJch signifies a star, because of her beauty. Hishtar being the Chaldalc equivalent for Venus. She succeeded Vashtt. the for mer queen, who bad displeased the king and been divorced. In the opposite course of these two queens we find n lesson bearing on ^ ^ ' |Y the Suirragette j questlbn of' to?day. The king \ with the lords of ^ his empire. It may be assumed ^P\[ % that it was a iC revel, and that r >05? the king and his guests, at the t> height of the rev- "IF* plead the right to el. were more or rote " less under the influence of wine. Giving Queen Vasbti the benefit of the doubt, this was probably her reason for ignoring the king's request that she come into the banquet garden. Many will say that she did just right I in asserting her womanhood, in "standI ing up for her rights," etc. We will not dispute that all women have rights, and that Queen Vashti had hers and that she exercised them. We merely offer the suggestion that in a question of "rights." along lines of force and compulsion, Queen Vashti won a victory which cost her dearly. In Queen Esther's procedure, which Is the subject of this lesson, we see the opposite course pursued?the queen won a great victory with happy results by a totally different method, and one which in our judgment recommends itself to the wisest and best of men aud women. While we recognize the fact that spiritual New Creatures In Christ are I not esteemed of God on account of I etntlAn nr cov thill" "thPTO is |;CU1^1CC| Oltlliuu Vi ov?| ??w v ? neither male nor female" in Christ Jesus, still It is true that, ns the Scrip- . tures declare. "Man is the head of the woman." and she is the "helpmeet for 1 him." See Genesis li. 18: I Corinthians <; xi. 3; Ephesians v, 23-35. t Esther Stooped For Victory. 5 Queen Esther was not a suffragette. L When invited to become the queen she did not decline and see to it that she stood on the same ground as Vashtl. She accepted her accession as of I)i- ? vine providence. She clothed herself ' with humility and with the most be- j* coming of her fine apparel. She made ? herself as agreeable to the king as pos !* sible. Haman. the king's favorite, took j1 a dislike to the gate-keeper of the pal- j ace, Mordecal. a Jew. because the lat- jj ter did not bow before biin, as did oth- : ers. Mordecal was so faithful that 1 Ilaman could not hope to find a fau't until him, and thus to cause his removal. His hatred extended to the entire Jewish race. He prevailed upon the king to issue a decree that nil the Jews of his kingdom should be set upon and | killed, ns enemies of the country. This, of course, would include Mordecal, his special enemy, whom he would then feel free to kill. As the time for the enforcement of | the decree drew nearer and nearer, j Mordecal and all the Jews throughout i the empire were in great distress and fear, yet not without hope that their God would work for them some deliverance. Queen Esther was cousin to Mor- | decai although the latter was old i enough to be her father. She was. in- J " " deed, his adopt- j | it iHCimn ea uauKui?-*'. "c i EBLMj/N appealed to her ^ to use the lnflu- j jl BS!^- -jjFjp once of her po- ! f^fcl fl fiit,on t0 hnve | the king rescind j v/sarins her that | / ' f she wag about r f?to lose a great privilege of I -?service for her , people: that God j "Quern Either, irhat evidently raised I "Htthour her to 'this position in the kingdom for this very hour and for this very purpose of bringing to the Jews relief and that if she failed to note and to use the privilege. God doubtless would use >ouie other agency and still bring deliverance in harmony with Ilis prom TAX IS The Tax books will bo open for day of October, 1911, to the 31st da and from the first day of Jan. 1912, addition of 1 percent, penalty for J; ruary, and 5 percen penalty for Ma Levy for State purposes Levy for Ordinary County purpi Levy for R. R. Bonds Levy for Public Rodrs Levy for Past Indebetness .... Levy for Constitutional Sshool. UJ TOTAL LEVY Ckeraw Graded School Specia Marburg Orange Hill Ruby Wamble Hill Elizabeth Mt.Croghan " Old Store Center Grove Friendship " " Middendorf " " McBee " " Patrick Shilo. ' Juniper Creek " " Lewis Palmetto " " Walllace Pats Branch " Stafford Mill Bethel Center Point " " Parker Snow Hill Center " " Long Branch " " Green Hill Union " " Sandy Run " Bay Springs " ; " White Oak Cross Roads " " New Hope Wexford Five Forks Plains Jefferson Pageland " _ Bear Creek Bethesda Cat Pond Ousley Chesterfield Cheraw Township for Roads Commutatiion Road Tax is $2.0C March, 1912. ? *. ' I will arrange my rounds later. W. A. E Sept 15th, 1911 ses. The appeal was sufficient. The lueen merely delayed for three days nore. requesting that Mordecal and ill the Jews of the royal city should oin with her in a three days' fast beore God. , Love and Beauty Conquered. Queen Esther risked her station and wen her life In going into the king's )reserrp without a summons; but at- I ired in her royal apparel she risked | werytbing for her race. She charmed the king, who extended to her his oyal scepter. Ilcr case was won. The king per eived that he had been inveigled by ' [In man into making an unjust decree ind Haman was hung. Hb" KNEW BETTER. ii] f ^ Hix?I'm ii: hard luck?down 'o m> last dollar. Dlx?Don't ktcK until yon arc dowt. to the last dollar of vnur last rrie!uJ I Peace Is Better Than Plenty. Better Is a dry morsel, and quietness therewith, than a house full of easting with strife.?Proverbs of Solomon, xvll:l. Balked At Cold Steel. ** " I wouldn't let a doctor cut my too4 )ff." sail If. T). Ely, I'antam, 0. ' ?. ..1 > xl hoon 'aitliougii a uornuie umcj the plague of my life for four years.! Instead I used Bucklen's Arnica Salve, and my foot was soon completely! cured." Heals Burns, Boils, Sores,' Brufses, Eczema, Pimples, Corns j Snropt cure Pile cure. 25 cents at T.' E. Wanamaker & Sons. ** .... . . * \ IGTICE he collection of taxes from the 13th y of December, 1911, without penalty, to the 15th day of March, 1912 with an anuary, 1 per cent, penalty for Febreh. 5% mills 0 sea 5% mills . IVz mills . 2 mills . .. 1 % mills 3 mill* . 18% mills. 1 School 2% mills Bonds 1%. 3 3 M J ?? U 3 " 3 " 3 " 3 3 3 " 3 - ^ " 3 " a ? " a " " 3 " 3 " 2 " 4 " 99 A 99 4 ? 4 ? 4 I * bo^^B^BB ij^HH and must be paid the 1st OUGLASS, County Treasurer. MUCH DISEAS^^^^^H Advice A ho at Stomach Tronbles How To Do not neglect indigestion may lead to all sorts of ills and plications. 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They come in three sizes, prices 25 cents, 50 cents, and $1.00. Rember that you can obtain them only at our store. ? The Rexall Store. Ladd's Drug Store. Aurora Borealls. According to a theory recently enunciated, the aurora borealls is formed of cathode rays, emitted by the sun and deflected by the terrestrial magnetic field in the upper strata of the atmosphere. The velocity of these cathode rays must be nearly equal to that of light, and very much greater than the velocity of cathode rays produced in the laboratory. Lenard concludes that these extremely "hard" cathode raya are emitted by unknown radio-active substances in the sun. ?*?