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THE MEMBERS OF SYNOD.
The Nqmes of Pastors and Delegates
and;Those Who Will Entertain
Below we print a list of the pastors
and delegates and members of synod
and visitors and those of the congre
gation and friends who will entertain
them. The good people of St. Paul's
and community are noted for their
open hearted hospitality, and will
spaTe no pains on this occasion to
make this meeting of the synod a very
'delightful and pleasant one and to
gTveto those who .attend, the best en
tertainment iof which, they are capable.
The following cons7itute the com
mittee and assignment of homes. If
any member of synod or visitor has
not been assigned, the committee will
esteem it a favor if such a one will no
tify the members -at once: Rev. J. A
Sligh, L. I. Epting, J. D. Shealy, J. B
Bedenbaugh and J. A. C. Kibler.
W. D. Wicker-Rev. A. W. Lindler.
J. F. Kibler-Rev. J. Austin and del
J. A. Sligh-Revs. J. D. Bowles, S
T. Hallman, D. D., W. K. Sligh and
W. L. Darr.
A. H. Kohn;-Rev. H. C. Grossman.
W. W. Berley-Revs. Charles Koer
.ner and delegate, J. A. Stirewalt and
L. G. M. Miller.
J. C. Singley-Rev. C. P. Boozer
J. D. Lorick-Rev. Z. W. Beden
haugh and Mr. G. W. Hiller.
J. A. Sheely, Jr.-Rev. J. G. Schai
and Rev. W. A. Lutz.
J. J. Epting-Rev. 0. B. Shearouse,
Mr. . C. Swygert and Rev. Perry P -L
J. B. Bedenbaugh-Revs W. A. C
Mueller, W. L. Seabrook. C. A. Freed
and delegate . and Dr. Jas. A. B.
B. M. Setzler--Rev. Prof. A. J.
Bowers atid Rev. Weltner's delegate.
J. C. Aull-Rev. J. G. Graichen and
Mr. M. D. Harmon.
L. I. Epting-Rev. M. G. G. Scher
er, Rev. T. B. Epting and Rev. Hall
~EA. 'Epting-Rev. IC. E. Weltner
L. A. S'heely-Mr. Pat W. Sheely.
G. B. Anll-Rev. 3. P.. Miller, Mr.
W. D. Riser and Rev. M. 0.3J. Kreps
T. A. Setzler-Rev. 3. D. Sheely
J. L. Fellers--Rev. D. B. Groseclose
L. V. Livingston-Rev. R. E. Liv
ingston and Mr. W. Scott Roof.
J. 3. Hentz-Rev. P. E. Monroe and
A. A. Singley-Rev. S. P. Koon and
Jas. P. Setzler-Dr. R. C. Holland
and Dr. A. G. V.oigt.
J. W. Richardson-Rev. A. R. Tay.
lor and delegate.
J. H. Livingston'-Rev. Grossman's
W. -H. Kibler-Rev. J. D. Kinard
3. F. Wiheeler-Rev. Haigler and
SDr. Mueller's delegate.
W. S. Seybt-Mr. J. D. Cappelman.
A. L. Aill-Rev. W. B. Aull 'and
J. W. Wicker-Rev. S. P. Schum
pert and .delegate.
J. A. C. Kibl er-Rev. Ridenhour
W. P. Counts-Rev. H. P. Counts
and Rev. Wessinger's delega.te.
W. B. Boinest-Rev. Jn.o. W. Ho.
rine and delegate.
Mrs. A. E. Derrick-Rev. W. H.
Greever and delegate.
S. J. Williamson-Rev. P. D. Risin
ger and delegate.
W. T. Epting-Rev. 3. J. Long and
J. D. Sheely-Rev. W. H..Nease and
W. P. Koon--Mr. J. A. C. Kibler.
T. E. H entz-W. P. Houseal and J.
Life Would Be Too Long.
Suppose a man fifty years old mak
ing a good income from his business
were to ,decide to live until he was
100 and not to re-tire until dhe was go.
The first consequences would be
that he would hiave the opportunity
of making much more money than if
he daad died at seventy; next, that his
children woul-d have to wait much
longer for it. Now supposing him to
have attained -the age of ninety, the
more money that he takes out of his
business the less there would be for
others to take.
H-is three snse junior partners in
the same firm, aged sixty-five down
ward, and his nine grandsons, aged 'A
forty downward, will find very litile
to take outr of the business between
them. The business in fact. would ju
not "go round." B
Even more distressing would be 00
the care of the family in which there
was no business out of which an in- sa
come could be obtained. The old be
baronet, aged ioo, would still be liv- cr
ing at -the family seat, enjoying the Ph,
income he had inherited. His son, is
wearing on to eighty, and possibly m
still a great trial to his parents, would th
be eking out a precarious existence on n
very little more than the was allowed
at Oxford, and for his part quite un- de
able to make his own sons an allow
ance at all, much less, to tip -his great a
grandsons wihen they went back af- in
te.r the holidays -to the rate-provided Bi
The sons and grandsons would have d
to go into business? But into what
business ;could they go?
Possibly it might be found neces
sary to compel a person attaining the Bi
age of seventy to give up his money es
and his estate to his son and -live on
a small pension allowed tiim out of
the wealth he had inherited or ac- to
quired, or possibly there might be a ,
rule that a man on axtaining the age th
of fKorty might claim complete con
trol of his father's money and estate, di<
providing that ihe undertook to house I
his -parents and grandparents and to er
make them a small allowance. M
But even then not all of the conven
iences and uncertainties would be end'- de
ed. Even if a man undertook at the km
age of forty all those obligations, had an
housed, -say, a parent, a couple of ht
grandparents and possibly two or pe
three great grandparents in a number
of 150 pound cottages on the family de
esrtate, and were making suitable al- se
lowances to the?r respective ages, it si
would yet be almost beyond his pow
er to prevent thiem from reasserting
themselves should they desire to do to
so. A man's father, still in the prime lu
of life at seventy, might decide to se:c p
up in business afresh, in competition di
against the old business 'he had just m
relinquished ito his son; 'he might even
with 'his more! mature experience, cut
out t:he ol,d firm al.together, and) then
all the difficuhies and inconvenilences th
would begin 'over again. t
Individual Deposits at
Capital Stock -
Manganese Steel S
prize at St. Louis E
IVault that Defie:
An apartment spec
Fixtures handsome a
The Two Presidents.
ex Jones in Memphis Commercial,
"It's an infernal shame-all this un
st criticism," said President Mc
LWl, leaning back in his simple $5,
"And so absurd, so uncalled for,"
id President McBirdie. "Would you
lieve it, those rascally papers are
ticising my office? You've seen it
yinly furnished. Tihey say $12,000
too much for a rug-'Aows how
ich they know about rugs. Why,
ax rug was a snap at $12,000. It's
>re than a thousand years old."
'Absurd., indeed," assented Presi
'And $74,000 for luncheons-during
Arhole year, mind you. They're kick
0 at that too," said President Mc
rdie, bitterly. "Do they expect our
-ectors to eat ham and eggs every
y? I call $74,000 cheap."
"Sure, Birdie," said President Mc
".My office furniture ctost a mere
D,OO0," contcinued President Mc
rdie. "Barring a few silks and tap
tries and one or two really good
tiques it's a barn, a regular barn."
"And they say our families make
o much," said President McBawl.
LS if we could make too much. Why
e th.ing's impossible."
"Of course," -said President McBir
. "My salary's only $i5o,ooo. Can
let my family starve? And a mis
able $6oo,ooo for stationery-there
yre kicking." .
"You can':r please 'em said Presi
nt McBawl. "TIhey kick when they
ow what we spend their money for,
d they kick when we lump a few
.ndred thousands under 'legal . ex
nses.' No pleasing 'em."
"No pleasing 'em," echoed Presi
nt McBirdie. "If it wasn't for i.
se of duty my family would re
rn and go to work." ,
'M-ine too," said President McBawl.
And then attended by eighty direc
rs, the two presidents |went out to
ich, forgetting for thle moment the
blic's querulous talk of pools, syn
:ates, extravagance, graft, mis
magement and grand juries.
It's a case 'of disappointment for
gossips if a man goes wrong and
re is no woman in the case.
, S. C.
Close of Business
afe that took first
xposition, and a
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31 19.25 27.50
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35 21.70 2985
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