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UPPEIt CONFERENCE ?IINISTEKS
And Where Tlicy Will lie Located
D?ring Next Venr.
Tho appointments hy tho Annual
Conference (1'pper) were late in be
ing published for Hie wholo confer
ence Ibis year, and we were unable
last week (o publish any but lb oso
for our own (Anderson) district.
Bolow aro given the appointments
fin- thc entire Upper South Carolina
Providing Elder--A. IO. Holler.
Anderson- SI. .John's, A. X. Brim
son; Bothel, A. M. smith; Orrvlllo,
S. C. Whittaker.
Antrevillo W. A. Duckworth.
Calhoun Kalis .1. T. Lawrence.
Central-W. F. Goodwin.
Clemson College-A. IO. Driggers.
Monea rath-J. io. Mahaffoy.
Lowndesville X. G. Ballenger.
Beizer-- W. L. Muldlgan.
Bendleton-J. I'. Miller.
Piedmont-J. C. Harmon.
Princeton - C. G. Harley.
Seneca-J. C. Connoley.
Starr-J. W. Lewis.
Walhalla-E. B. Taylor.
Walhalla Circuit-D. A. Jellcoat.
Westminster-H. L. Doggett.
Williamston and Belton - J. F.
Student, Emory University-W. F.
.1. W. Kilgo, Bresiding Elder.
Abbeville, C. E. Beelc; Abbeville
Circuit, J. .M. Mason; Butler, A. E.
Smith; Cokesbury, O.H. Best; Green
wood Mills, W. II. Murray; Green
wood Circuit, D. E. Jeffcoat; Kin
ards, L. W. Shealy; McCormick, T.
W. Munnerlyn: McKendree, H. M.
'I ticker, supply; Newberry, J. E.
Daniel; Mollohon and Oakland, Paul
Ken tl, supply; O'Neal Street, W. F.
Gault; Newberry Circuit, G. F.
Clarkson; Ninety-Six, O. A. Jeff
coat; Phoenix, W. B. Meadors; Blum
Branch, H. E. Bountree; Bomaria.
D. C. Gregory, supply; Brosperity,
J. D. Gr Hfl th; Saluda, J. E. Single
ton; Waterloo, S. H. Booth; Whit
mire, J. B. Simpson.
Lander College-President, J. O.
Willson; professor Lander College,
U. O. Lawton; assistant Sunday
school editor. L. F. Beaty; associate
headmaster Carlisle School, W. J.
i ' ?.' no bin Dlstrh t.
t T \ .
A (ken tyjllltvum. ''< H Hodge?!
?.Viki ?.. Cm 'tit, S. 0. Du ni?! . Mat.
burg, A. 1,. tinnier; Colin.
land, fl, T. Hughes; Kd^ewood, W
M. Harden: hipworth, lo be supplied;
Creen Street, lt. I/. Keaton; Mair.
Street, lt. S. Trucsdalo; Bose Hill,
E. T. Hodges; Shandon, B. F. Mor
ris; Washington Street, M. L. Car
lisle; Waverly. W. II. Polk: Whnley
Street, .lames Waite: Edgcflcld, G.
W. M. Taylor; Fairfield, lt, IC. Sharp:
Gilbert, L. W. Johnson; Grnnite
Vlllo, W. ll. Lewis; Inno, M. A.
Cleckley, supply; Johnston. D. W.
Keller; Langley, .1. c. Cunningham;
Leesville, J. H. Brown (D. H. Run,
supernumerary;) Leesville Circuit,
W. F. Johnson; Lexington Circuit.
H. A. Whitten; North Augusta, O.W.
Parr; Richland, A. O. Merritt, sup
ply; Swansea. R. C. Griffith; Wag
oner, J. M. Meetze; Epworth Orphan
age, T. C. O'Dell, superintendent;
editor Southern Christian Advocate,
H. E. Stackhouso.
J. M. Steadman, Bresiding Elder.
Clinton, L, E. Wiggins; Easley, J.
Paul Patton and one to be supplied;
Fountain Inn, H. O. Chambers; Gray
Court, C. W. Watson; Greenville.
Bethel and Boe, C. L. Harris
Bleachery and Mt. Lebanon, .1. H.
Bell, supply; Brandon and Boinsett.
A. M. Doggett; Buncombe Street. C.
C. Herbert; Choice Stree! and Mills,
J. W. Mci lira t h. supply; Duncan and
Judson, 1'. L. Bouknfght; Hampton
Avenen, (> M. Morris; St. Bani, W.
B. Garrett; West Greenville, W.T..
Justus; Greenville Circuit, M. M.
Brooks; Creer, C. M. Abney; Lau
rens B. I'. Kilgo; Laurens Circuit,
Foster Speer; Liberty, te. W. Mason;
Norris. A. F. Jackson, supply; Bick
ens, Hamlin iOthoredge; Bickens Cir
cuit. I). 1'. Judson, supply; Slmpson
ville, .). V. Lupo; South Easloy. C. It.
White, supply; South Creer, B. II.
Harvey and one to bc jsuppllod;
Travelers Best, S. B. White; Confer
ence Sunday school secretary. L. D.
Gillespie; student Oxford University,
England. IO. F. Moseley.
Hock Hill District.
C. C. Leonard, Bresiding Kider.
Blacksburg, M.K. Meadors;' Black
stock. J. W. Shell; Chester, Baldwin
Mill, S. J. McConnell, supply; Bethel,
Henry Stokes; Chester Circuit, B. C.
Boulware; Clover, J. G. Huggins;
East Lancaster, J. A. Bledsoo; Fort
Lawn, R. w. Wilkes; Gnat Fells, J.
E. Browne; Hickory Grove, M. T.
Wharton, (X. G. Mathian, supernum
erary): Lancaster. E. R. Mason;
Lancaster Circuit, F. V. Robertson,
supply; New Zion and Cannon, B. B.
Black, supply; North Rock Hill, J.
THE ST. CLAIRE SISTERS.
The St. Claire Sisters, a ladles' quar
tet, give a varied program, which
, combines orchestral, vocal and special
novelty features. Audiences which
have heard tho Military Girls or tho
American Girls will find the same
brightness and sparkle which makes
these two companies so well remem
bered. Tho St. Claire Sisters hnve al
ready appeared on one of tho Redpath
Chautauqua circuits with decided suc
cess. Tho personnel of this company
la ns follows: Ella St. Claire, soprano,
plano, mandolin, banjo; Mary St
WALHALLA High Sc
B. Kllgore; Rock Hill Circuit, A. Q.
Rice; Rock Hill, Manchester and
Highland Park, H. E. Griffith, sup
ply; St .John's. J. W. Speak; West
Main Street, W. S. Martin; Rock
Hill Circuit, R. L. Holroyd; Winns
boro, J. D. H. Hiller, (B. P. Revis,
supply, Junior preacher); York, J.
K. Walker; Conference secretary ol'
education and missionary secretary,
J. C. Roper.
E. S. Jones, Presiding Elder.
Buffalo, W. G. Smith; Campobello,
J. H. Montgomery; Carlisle, J. L.
.lett; Chesnee, R. A. Brock, svipply;
Clifton and Glendale, C. P. Carter;
Cowpens, J, E. Marchant; Cross An
chor, W. G. Kelley; Duncan Circuit,
P. R. Kilgo; Enoree, B. M. Robert
son; Gaffney, Buford Street, \v. A.
Fairey; Limestone Street, W. E. Tay
lor; Gaffney Circuit, .I.B. Strickland;
Inman, W. Y. Cooley; Jonesville, S.
T. Ulackmon; Kelton, J. P. Colight
ly; Bacolet, J. H. Manley; Pacolct
Mills, M. B. Patrick; Spartanburg,
Bethel, F. B. Dibble; Central, J. W.
Frazier; Drayton and Beaumont, J.
P Pa Duncan H B. Hardy: El
[ Bethel; J T Frasier: Whitney and
'...u .. BOyoriy Tucker, '-ti. ii. l>-.tv I
;:<.' ?, KUpply, Ju'M'i . 'M i??:>.??.?...-) ; T.< .. J
?apan li C. ryebb, suppig; Uni?n,
jiu-.,, ii. i'. 'Jt'o1 ..;..; Gi ti ', L
McGee; Green Street. J. B. Chick;
Unity and Sardis, J. F. Byers; Wood
ruff, W. M. Owlngs.
[ Textile industrial Institute-Pres
ident, D. E. Camak; Conference
i evangelist, J. L. Harley; southern
i Home Institute, President, s. T.
Transferred- C. A. Johnson to
WTestern North Carolina Conference:
T. J. Carter to Korea Conference;
i H. H. Danner to South Carolina Con
ference; 1?:. '/.. James to South Caro
Received by transfer1 from other
conferences-W. J. Snyder from the
South Carolina Conference; D. R.
Roof from South Carolina Confer
ence; J. K. Walker from Virginia
Conference; J. C. Harmon from the
Western North Carolina Conference;
J. S. Henley from the Tennessee
Fe? Oia?rimrt ti ii?
STOMACH i.i BOWElf
ROCK HIU, J. C
Wants to Curtail Tobacco Crop.
Raleigh, x. c.. Nov. H.-Curtail
ment of the liiL'l crop of tobacco
33 l-:< per cent, the production of
ample food crops and the launching
of plans for the nationalization of
State associations of tob?cea grow
ers, with the final goal of national
co-operative marketing of tho crop,
was determined upon here to-day by
representatives of the Growers' As
sociation.s of Virginia, the Carolinas
Claire, second soprano, render); pinn?*
mandolin, banjo; Velma St. Claire,
first alto, violin, plano, mandolin, bun
jo; Lillian St. Claire, contralto,.vio
lin, mandolin, banjo. The features of
tho St. Claire Sisters* program ?rc:
Mandolin quartet, ladles* vocaV quar
tet, violin solos and ducts, readings,
orchestral music of violins, mandolins,
plano; vocal solos, duos andarlos;
planologucs; bunjo orchestra o'^ vio
lin, two banjos, plano, especially effec
tive for popular music; plano solos
and duets; humorous songs with ac
tion; banjo quartet. -ttrV
r Night, Nov. 2f4.
S. ll. S. DEFEATED THE W.|H. S.
Basket Hall Team L*ast Wednesday
In Closely Contested Came.
The basket ball teams of the Sen
eca and Walhalla High Schools had
a splendid gamo on the W. H. S.
court last Wednesday, and though
the local team lost the game, they
were well pleased with the results
in general, and feel that they are
going to "even things up" In the
Following is the oificial score of
tho two teams:
. The Seneca Team.
Cromer . 2 2 2 .- 6
Mattlson.2 2 l 2-7
Total.|v ... 13
The Walhalla Team.
Abbott.2 1 .
Moss.2 2 .
Qambrell .2 2
Total . . '.'.Wi ."ti
( I .?>? and ?Veil Clayed Cuino.
The above score shows that tho
Seneca team won by two points. The
?ame was close, well played and ex
citing. There were no particular
stars. Seneca took the lead and held
it throughout the game. In the first
half Seneca led by S to 4. Walhalla
came back in the second half and
was rushing the visitors off their
feet when the game ended.
Manager Arve, ot tho locals, was
the outstanding star of the game,
backing up every play of the locals.
Walhalla's Inability to shoot baskets
lost thc game. They had the visitors
outclassed in every other feature of
(Note.-Tho editor ls not familiar
with basket ball terms, and In the
report above we note the term "shoot
baskets," as well as we aro able to
decipher the heiroglyphics. lt may
be that this "shooting baskets" ls
not Walhalla's particular feature of
marksmanship, if that is the correct
word to express it. If it is, we feel
sure that the Walhalla team will
"mend their sights" and shoot bet
ter next time-and incidentally win
After Veal's in Africa.
Norfolk, Va., Nov. 12.-Lured to
Liberia through seductive tales of an
easy, pleasant existence, a family of
South Carolina negroes returned to
the United Stales to day, after a 23
year sojourn in Africa.
Annie Wheeler, female head of the
family, arrived in Norfolk to-day on
the British steamer Skegness from
Numerous circulars which pic
tured in glowing terms the high
wages which were being paid In the
coal and gold mines of the country,
was the cause of their migration, ac
cording to the woman.
"There were gold minos lhere till
right," she said, "but they wouldn't
let us work in them, and so we took
In washing. We remained in Liberia
only a year." she said, "and then
went to Slrra Leone.
"We have been trying to get back
to the United States ever since."
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FURMAX'8 HOME-COMING BAY.
December Ith Will Bo Memorable
at Greenville institution.
(ireenville. Nov. I).-.Special: lt
has been announced that "Founder's
and Home-coming Day" will lie cele
brated at Ftirman University on Sal>
urday, Dec. Ith, beginning at 10.8(1
in the morning;. '1 his is a now de
parture in this Institution.
Dr. Jamos C. Turm.tn, the liest
president and reputed founder of the
institution, Wits bern Dec. ."?th, 18.09,
and tho faculty and trusteos have
decided to celebrate this day annu
ally as Founder's Day. 'rho (hst
celebration will be next December
Ith. inasmuch as Dec. 5th is Sunday.
lt will be home-coming day for all
former Forman men, whothor they
graduated or not. An address will
be made by Hon. S. E. McFadden, of
Chester, a graduate of the class of
1S?10, and one of the most prominent
attorneys in the State, on "The Life
and Character of Dr. .lames C. Fur
Attorney General S. M. Wolfe, a
graduate of tho class of 19 03, will
also ?peak, and Fred L. Jones, of
Greenville, representing the Adel
phlan Literary Society and the stu
dent body at large.
.Dinner will be served by the in
stitution for the guests of the occa
sion, and a happy and hilarious time
is expected. It will be an opportu
nity for many who have not visited
their alma mater for a long time to
return to the old college hill and see
some of the extended improvements
.which are in process of building, lt
will also ' be an occasion for the re
newal of old friendships and the
making of new ones among the for
mer students of the institution.
Following is a list, of '.he Fumina
men of Oconee county, as far as thev
are known, and they, and all other
Furman men, are invited and urged
Oconeo County Alumni.
H. T. Abbott, Walhalla.
E. G. Brown, Oakway.
H. C. Dunn, Westminster.
John Edwards^ Seneca.
J. A. Edwards, Seneca.
C. B. Gaines, Seneca.
Rev. W. M. Hammond, Newry.
T. J. Harper. Seneca.
J. B. Bill, West Union.
C w. Irby. West Union.
Kev. i.. v\ Langston, Walhalla.
Tl L. Lawrence, Seneca.
13, .... Marett, Westmh;t<ter;
K w. Marett, Westminster.
T. B, Sholor, Wain.
Frank H. Shirley, Westminster.
Kletner C. Tannery. Seneca.
W. C. Taylor, Westmisnter.
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New York. [Nov. ii. - Robert P..
Brindell, president of the Building
Trades Council, who is alleged to
have received payments for calling
off building strikes, '"expected one
half of one per cent" on city pier
construction contracts, totalling $3,
250,000, testimony in Commissioner
of Accounts I Urah field,'8 Inquiry into
ratifications of thc "trust," revealed
Howard II. Sbirwin, vice president
and general manager of Terry and
Tench Company, contractors for the
Staten Island piers, declared that of
this one-half of one per cent-$16,
260-Brindell actually had been paid
Robbers Throw Safe from Train.
Columbia, Nov. II.-Tho express
messenger's safe on Train No. 36,
Charlotte division of the Southern
Railway, was thrown off nt Sharpe,
a station about If? miles from Co
lumbia, to-day by train robbers, who
held up the messenger. The safe con
tained about $16,000. Before the
bandits could get back to tho place
where tho safe was thrown off, the
crew of a freight train, passing the
spot, recovered the safe.
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NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
isotloe is hereby given that tho un
dersigned will make application tc
V. P. Martin, Judge of Probate for
Oconee County, in tho State of South
Carolina, at his office at Walhall?
Court House, on Saturday, the 4th
day of DECEMBER, 1020, at ll
o'clock in tho forenoon, or ns soon
thereafter as said application can be
hoard, for leave to make final settle
ment of thc Estate of E. o. Single
ton, Deceased, and obtain Final Dis- ?
charge as Administrator of said Es
tate. W. P. TEAL,
Administrator of the Estate of li. O.
Nov. 10, 1020. 45-48
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NOTICE OP FINAL SETTLEMENT
A NH DISCHARGE.
Notice ls hereby given that the un
dersigned will make application to
V. F. Martin. Judge of Probate, tor
Oconee County, In the^tnte of South
Carolina, nt his office at Walhalla
Court House, on Tuesday, tho 23d
day of November, 1920, at I 1 o'clock
in tho forenoon, or as soon there
after as said application can be
hoard, for leave to make final settle
ment of tho Estate of Joseph Ham
ilton, Deceased, and obtain Final
Discharge as Executor of said Estate.
Executor of the Estate of Joseph
Oct. 27, 1020. 43-46
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NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND
All persons indebted to tho Estate
of Joseph Hamilton, Deceased, aro
hereby notified to make payment
to tho undersigned, nnd nil porsons
having claims against said Estate
will present the same, duly attested,
within tho timo prescribed by law,
or he barred.
Executor of the Estate of Joseph,
Oct. 27, 1020. 43-36