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~9 ovQmtnt of Itaony Yople,
Mis Ruby. Sutniner entertkined on
rday evening in honor of her guest,
iss Graham, bf Columbia.
Mr Louiq Sharp, of Atlanta, is
iMr.and Mrs. A. D. Hudson.
1ss Pailine Gilder left for Bates
%rg .estefday, . where she w fill Visit
"Miss Mannie Bates.
Misses Kate Suber- and Dorthy
:Welch, who -have -been visiting rela
4kves in the city, have returned to
their home in Columbia.
Dr. W. G. Mayes and Mr. John B.
Mayes returned on Friday from At
Misses Lockivood and Fowler,' of
Cl leston,, are. visiting Mrs. J. W.
Mrs. W. G. Houseal and family
have returned from Pawleys Island,
w1here they have been for several
Mr. J. B. Hunter returned from
Glenn Springs ,on Saturday.
Mrs. A. T., Brown and son.returned
from Glenn Springs on Saturday.
Miss Louise Jones, who has .been
visiting in 'Greenwood and Cokesbury,
retui'ned home yesterday.
Mrs. T. A. Searborough, of Sumter,
is .visiting her parents, Dr. and Mrs.
E. C. Jones.
Miss Eugenia Hill returned-from a
visit to Pomaria on Satirday.
Miss Lil Irby, of Laurens, is -visit
ing Mrs. P1. Ellisor on Johnstone
Mr. J. Y. leFall returned from
Helldeisonville on Sunday.
fs. W. E. Pelham went to Aslle
ville onl Salturday.
Mir. WV. 11. 011-wile return-Ied froml
Glenn Spril.ns oil Sunday.
Mlisses EA11h.1 and Genlevieve Booz
er, wholl have bele oil anl exteided trip
to Moiteagle, Tenli., hlave returneld
The card in Friday's paper sig-ned
G. Y. Dennis as candidate for sill
supervisor should be G. Y. Dickert.
W.-L. Kibler is announced as a can
didate for magistrate for No..11 town
Miss Bessie Selumpert returlled
yester-day from Darlington.
Col. Jolin B. Bedeiibaugh has gone
to Washington, Baltimore, and points
north and cast.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Rielards and
Master Richard Riclihards, of Colum
bia, are visiting Mrs. Mrs. Riehards'
home iear Prosperity.
lisses Helen aid Lois Goggans l iwill
eitertain 4his evenilng inl lonor of
thei:- iuests, Misses Sadie Dick and
Laurin Riichlrdsonl, of GIreeiisboro, N. 9
C.; Margaret Morris, Clh1arlotte, N.
C.; Lina Ralmsay, liiekory. N. C.;
- fi I Moore, McCo)niorsville, S. .
ald Lail Irby, Laltrenls. S. C.
T.he (.mImtv Inter4lenomilatiunal
Sumiy Sei>o! convent.ioni w(ill be
.held Amen~tst 1st and( 2ndh wvith New
'':ere will lhe a meet ing f joint
ei mni' jIl, Newhe'rry pastori 1e. Augiust
4th ait 3 I. mi. at usutal place of mgiet
Mhis. TI. WX. Shs:mi. .of (h-eeniville,
1 is vitin1': Mris. d1. N. Mm1tin.
Mliss alari.aret AddlIisoni, of Anmrus
tia, is4 visitinrz Mrls. .Johni M. Khmirdl.
Mr. Otto Klettner returnede' vester
daiy I01 frma visit to his ohl home ini
(Germanyo. HIe enjo yed his stay ini the
Fathierliamnd. -HIis vi sit was e.itenadedl~
an iday.i4)ahle thromthout.~i
Abt ine.Thors.nd.People Were
P r.st '.I.annth Dan Wamil Ve
About 4one t.houen~ d pecople attend --
ed the ba rbeene giveni at St.. Paul 's
church oni last F~ridlay. The barbece
was furinished by the niembers of t he
chiurchi, for t he beniefit of thle church.
It was anl ex.cellenlt dinneir, and th e
large crowd was well haindled.
Thlere was 1no political speaikinig,
andl not very many of the ean d idateos
were prieent.- The p)eop1le hand gonie
out to einjoy themselves and to eat
a good barbeene dinner.
-The Rev. J. A. Sligh, who has ser
A ved thle church faithflily during the
past forty years, wvas present shaking
hanswithi his11friends, fromr every
str'ong .thliinker, a vigorous talker andi
a sympathetic p)astor, and the church
lias prosp)ered uner hlis care..
The (lay Was'ivarm, but in the beau
.iful grove surrounding the church
the hieat was not oppressive. There
were many ladies in the crowd, which ~
madie'the daiy -all the0 more plealsant.
People froin every part, of ,the
counfty were there, and thiey enjoyed
thme (lay andl'tIme dlinner. -
First Meeting at Mt. Reto iToday
10"0 ay at
The opening meeting of the couity
pampaign-Will be held at Mt. Bethel I
today. The lists elosed yesterday, at
aoon. FolloVing are the candidates,
for the yarious offlees who 'igned the
pledge and paid their assessmients:' .
County Supervisor: . hesley
Dominick, 1. I. FeAgle, J. B. Smith
I'd J. Monroe Wicker. -
County Commissioner: J. P. Can
ion, Geo. Y. Dickert, L. 'C. Livings- I
ton, 0. Wells, W. H. Wendt, Tho. J.
Probate Judge: Jno. C. Wilson.
Superintendent of Education: J.
County Treasurer: Jno. L. Epps. t
County Auditor: 0. M. Buzhardt, t
i. C. Counts, W. W. Cromer. i
Magistrate Nos. 1 & 8: Caniqon 0. 1
Blease, Jesse L. Burns, Lucius.- M. j
- Magistrate No. 2: S. S. Cunning- I
Magisrate No. 3: John Hender- (
Magistrate No. 4: Z. B. Wright. 3
Magistrate No. 5: W. C. Sligh. y
Magistrate No. 6: B. H. Amick, J. y
Magistrate No. 7: J. W. Ropp, J. c
Magistrate No. 9: S. L. Fellers, t
3. B. Hair.
Magistrate No. 10: P. B. E.l1isor, a
F11o.. C. Wilson. -
Magistrate No. 11: W. F.'Suber, h
1. .laybin, Win. L. Kibler.
House of Representatives: E. H. 1
nil, G. 1. Boozer, J. W. Earharidt, H- h
1. Evanls, '1'. j. Ilarm11an, F. V. lig
inls, Alan -Johnstone, Arthur Kihler, r
V H. sanders, .J. Mt. Taylor, C. T. il
Following is the seledille of cani
mign meetings in the county:
County Campaign Schedule
Mt.'Bethel ........ ..July 31. v
Mt. Pleasait ........ ..Aug.l. e
Whitmire ..........Aug. 2. d
William's Store ...... Aug. 8. e
Longshores ..........Aug 9. p
Utopia ............Aug 10. 1
Newberry (State campaign) Aug 14 e
Jolly Street .........Aug. 15. a
Fork............. Aug. 16. e
Prosperity ...........Aug 17. 1
Jalapa ..............Aug.21. g
Little Mountain ...... Aug.23. ti
Mollohon Mill . . (Nighf.) Aug. 24. A
Newberry .. .. (11 A. M.) Aug. 25. h
West End .. .. (Night.) Aug. 25. s
CEMENT SIDEWALKS. o
'hb New Postoffice Block and the Mc- .
Caughrin Block to be Paved by h1
the City. 1.
Counvil has del-cided to begin very S1
ht141ly the worl of puttiln. veieit 1
':vemuent ont the stretoos ini front .of a
het ne0w potslolliee bulildling and the a
IleCangin ~i block. It is expected 1
ha:t the work w~ilIlibe pt thed forward o
(' complet ion durin tg thle monthi of dI
Th'e McC anugbrIin b)lock an d the new
- .tolfice buil diing beinig erecte by1 l)
.1r. P'. E. Scot t havIe impjro vedl thle S
ius:iness section11 of Newherry~ wVontder- it
uhlly, and1( with Itemenit sidlewalks thle
dit connteil will atlso buil at gravel ht
aadltn fro Capt . TI. M'. N eel 'srsi
enlt e, by Suenn's store, ini Wesl Eml ai
o NewhuerryI. ThIiis toad (1htas sionea
:01 places ini it in had wealther, and h
lie imprttovemet-bas beenht'~ needed04 tor b
meo timer. A Ltood(, permttanient roa sih
iithe a conveniencei t most of theii
ds everyt.vwh et areo ntee l)y New 0I
iv'ry outy, v.ml the bildlingu of this
mind by etty conili is a stop itt the
inht direction. -i
Alr. I1. 11. Abratms andh Miss E'nntiee h
~ tamis loft yest erday for (4lenn nt
pr1 igs. I i
Offered Good Position.
Mr. l'Thos. E.'Wieker htas receivedl at
e'tte r fromi the departmnent at. Wash
ton~I infor m:ng hint tIhat as a resuIt F
f. his 2iviI service exainti 1on he s
1 itibtle' 'otr appoiit nmet as tagger in i
heo Buretau of thle Untited StateCs Dec
mor'tment bi Agriculture, at $720 -per ~
'('I r, for assignment at Los Angeles, I
sal., atnd that he canI report for duty ~
mn August 9. Mr. Wicker has not as C
ett decided whether-or not lie will ae
t- the alpp)oitmenCt. ist many,
rienotds are glad that lie has b)een soa
niecessful asq to secure this importantI
Ill With Fover.
Mr. W. Cf. Petersoni has received a
e.tter from Gunison, Miss., stating
hat. his son, t.1. Oscar 11. Pet ersotn, is
11 wi.th typhoid fever'. 'Mr. Peterson
s a successful fariner. Heo has many
iendl(s here, who wish fotr him a
Pleasant snel Profitable Bession
3ay Nwberrianxs 'In-Attend -i
The Cokesbury District Conference lui
not at Saluda for the .first time. a <
Yhile railway conveniences are lack.. er;
ug, it is in every way a pleasant ab
>lace. . for, holding such meetings. 'ca
4ost of the delegates went in private to
)onveyances. Others were met by Dr
he entertaining committee at Chap- eic
Last year when the conference'was a I
i6ld at Newberry the pastor at. Salu- as
la gave an earnest.invitation for the tiv
text session to convene with them,
(dding that, in his opinion, it would
iot only be pleasant for the delegates,
mt that' it would arouse interest in M.
he church there, The good people an
here were unstinted in their.hospital- 5
ty... We found some of the old New- fat
erry College boys there. Prof. W. an
. Black is superintendent of the inc
raded school;' Carroll J. Raiage, on
sq., is looked upon as one of the spi
est legal advisers in that town; Dr. fil
). P. Wise has a large and growing br<
ractice. The two former graduated kn
t Newbciry college about twelve Ba
ears ago, and Dr. Wise about five tle
'ears ago. Old Osear, as we used to eoi
all him at college, is just as mis- Th
hievous as ever. in
The Rev. R. W. Humphreys is pas- Kr
or of the Saluda circuit. He is an ll
ble preacher, youing aid afspirinrg,
nd is accomplishing great good; but 1
utside his Vocation of' preaching, he 1
as tan avocation of, poultry raising. 1
Ie makes a specialty of the white
Vyandott. He lhits a coeck for which '
e paid $75.00. At the last season lie
,on on his poultry tile national white
ibbon), which to- those unae(iainted,
15 ntecessary to e.xplain that that
leans that 'his poultry is the most
erfect breeding of the Wyandott in tio
le southern states. From the adver- Sti
sement which this gave him, lie sold
'ithin tiee months $96.00 worth of
Wgs and had to refuse dozens of or- Os
ers. It was amusing to see how in- 'a:
r-edilons the Rev. B. M. GrGier, the
astor., here, was. When told by a
rother minister that a single chicken
nst $75.00, lie would not believe it, le
s lie said that any Methodist preach- Bol
e colid not be so devoid of reason as thi
> pay such a fabulous sum for a sin- hin
le fowl, but Mr. Humphreys verified we
te st atement, and with astonishment, A
Ifr. Grier listened to the details of fll
ow the fowls are nated and the cal'
w0res mad1le up by tile juidges, how P-I
tatl even a colored fibre in, i *eattlej' *2o
r balek of a shiall curve of the conl) f"r
istualifled the bird for exhibition. p1
till Mr. Grier doesn't understanid h('
6w it is that tven if the bird is near- Ys
iperfect '' le can be really any bet -
r than1 a t wentY-five cents chiekell
Od ()n tle streets. The Rev. Mr. in:
Vst seemted to take inl the sit ation Os
hittle bet ter. To lim it was source('r
I coniside'ra hlo mierimient. Recv. i\ e sta.
[in-ii evs stays lie stuid ies ' 'eh'iekeni- 0
logy ''',-or is it ornithology-init the ""-i
ay t ime aunl studies thleologyi unt i 2
Rev. S. A. Net tles, edhitor oft thle r
outhlerin Christian IiAdvocaite, made' a:1
ti ('I-istian journtal. ('Xn
Dr.i Slyde'r, (it WoWordi.4 collI er, 4)i
'adoe a tine aoddres s fllI of g'oodl senje,.
Rv .11. Zimemn,tna
?Cent of Coilumlbia I'emiale coiel i, i
11idressed the conf1 erentce. Ilis frieuik
re wi'ill beo sor'ry tot kno mithat lhe lit
'hiress ot4 edun'ti on. HIe reprel0senits
11ev. W.' I. Whaiim~ro.snpeitedeIm
udl a 4Mr essedl thle contference. H e i s
eininglil' ti ti.gitl ain for anl enid'w
ttle e'irl,-'one of' the inmliates..4t the
rphanii home, wit-h him, who beauati
tily recitedl a humorous piiece of poe
Reov4. 1B. M. (rier andio A. HI. Bestn'
r'ecd duirinig thle conference.
TPhe coniferenie mieet s at 'Abbev'ille
ext year I. By vote, I,.he coniference re
nests that the prid(inigelder'appoint.
iy and ceagng up ouri people to it
tinbia the first of D)ecembeir: Dele- inl
ion and makes a fine presiding omneer,
noughi in thet week that the members Ma
'ill remain over through Sunday. (Cai
Tht following were'c leeted to the 1ahi
ntiual conference, wiich meets in Co.. *Je
imbia. the first of Decembheh:' Dele- Ma
ates: WV. HT. Wallace, J. V. Dumne, Sut
:1. Mar~jor, B. WV. Crouch. Alterniat- huie
s: iH. M. Henury, WV. P. Rushton.
The folloing mrembers of tIhe Con-- sa
dreceiC werie friom'- Newherr'iy and
epr.esent during ipost of the se
test, J. B. Kilgore, I-. W. Whitaker,e
1nd Masrs W. II wallace (4 n Mn
U:KaLEHyes,pJ. P. Bo*
f .and D. T. Lungford.
he,coiiference, - through its com.
tee$ on education and temperanci,
)pted rebolutions strongly approv.
r compulsory, education and reso
ions condemning the dispensary as
.prrupted piece of political machin
r 'and calling upp our people to
Aslih it. There %ere three appli
its before the conference for licese
preach. Presiding Elder -W. T.
ican presided througho'ut- the ses
h and makes a flne presiding officer.
'is growing upon the people and- is
>reacher of-recognized ability, both
a pulpit orator and m'an of exeu
In Memory of Ogcar Sligh Bobb.
)scar Sligh Bobb, son of -William
Bobb, was born February'20, 1884,
I died July 22, 1906, aged 22 years,
months and 2 days. He leaves a
her, three brothers, and one sister,
I a host of relatives and friends to
urn his depa,rture, his mother and
sister having preceded him to the
rit land. Oscar was a good, duti
, obedient son and an affectionate
>ther, and was loved by all who
nw him. He united himself with
ehman Chapel Lutheran church at
ate of fourteen years and was a
Isistent. n4cilmber until his death.
e funeral srvices were coidlicted
his church by the Rev. M. 0. J.
eps, before a larze number of sym
)earest Oscar, thou hast left us;
.ere thy loss we deeply feel;
3ut 'tis God that hast bereft us:
le can all our 'sorrows heal.
e(it again we hor to meet thee,
Vihen tle day of life is fled;
ien in heaven with joy to ,Xreet
Ilere no t faireell lear is shed.
"otlwig is a repirt of tle inpiqsi
)held 111)011 tle hody of Mr. Bobb:
to of South Carolina. Spartanbuillrg
n inquest over the dead hotly of
,ar Bobb was held this the 22nd
of July, 1906.
John S. Turner,
E. Cantrell, sWorni, says: He has
n sick for several days. Oscar
> lives with me. He got worse
i a. im., lie went to see the doctor
Iself this a. m. He'eame back and
it to bed. About 6 o'clock this
ning I gave him a lose of the med
le lie got from the doctor, then I
le down and went to bed about 8
ii. Miss A. Ml. Brady called me to
to see how he was and I went and
I(d him dead. Ie had been eomll
ining for several days, althoughi
levier stopped work. He worked
E. E. Cantrell.
. . BradY sw%-r:n says: He was
i gletlin th11ou-rouhli supper. I called
Iar: he never answered ie. I valled
Caniitrell; Mr. ('ant rell w''nt up..
r s and1( camei. back do wni :nnd t old us
'3r1 wasi deadadth ( Ilen Mr. Canit rell
it aftIer Mrl . (4riffint.
A. M\. Bradv.
I. L. Canmt r(ll swor says:51 V I (eirob
e thie samte as thue ot hers havye
I. E. Al)owtell sworn~ says : I hiave'
mineiud thle dead biody~ of Oscar
ib and find nto mrarks ot violeiice
that lie died of niatuiral causes.
II. I. McDowell, M4. D).
\c, thle nutdersiuned jury, Iiind thIiat
'ar Dobb1 t*ann-t toI his dea~3th fromu
1). P. Alati,
.J. E). Dillt.
J. ('. (i)ildd.
. Aiil~ . 'Iash.ier
tl*v tex. 1ee. J. Grer. nd
4et ters remahining~ in the post oflhiee
Newhberry, S. C., foe thle weekf end(
. W.T Adams, L. .J. Bourinighit,
gar Brown, Tranie B3owers, 1). S.
iton, A. W. Coleman, Signor Zavi
ii Corteglia, Ot.hee Felker, Miney
s('y, M. L. Normian, MNinnie Sinier,
ri ha Stephen, J. WV. Sligh, Tommie
3, Gladys Wilson.
'ersonis callingo for t hese will- please
I tat they wrere advertised.
C. J. Pureell, P'. M4.
Yhlty h;ny a eat ini a sack -at. our
ibit' next week we will show you a
jest ic in actual ojerationi. .Newher.
V JORN3A W.- HOB
eath of a Veteran of the ,oUt*.Par
olina Conforence, Who Lived
Whet He Preached.
"A king one said of a'prince struck
Taller he seems in d6ath."
So it was with the Rev. John Wes
ley Humbert, whose remains were in
ferred in Rosemont cemetery onq Sul
Qay afternoon. He was a mark of
God. Nothing more could be said of
any.man. He was a Chistian gentle
man. His life was pure, and his deeds
were good. Having devoted himself
to the ministry, he studied deeply ail
lie preached well, and he lived what
he preachied. His daily conduct Ws
an eloquent sermon. He loved God
and lie 'loved his fellow-man, ,and in
that lie included all the command
ments. 'The good which he did will
live after him. Those who knew him
'respected and honored and loved him.
The end came at 3.30 o'clock on
Friday afternoon. For some time he
had beei in failing health. He had
realized his condition, and at the
ieetinm of the Conference in Dar
limdon in December of 1904 lie con
sented. to be placed oil the superaniu
liated roll of ministers. He. camle to
Newherry and built a cottage in Main
street, where lie lived until his death.
ie two years prior to his.coming to
Newherry Ie served at Ridgeville.
The Rev. Mr. Ilumbert 's hig.-hest
ambition in life wias to save souls. He
was always sincere and lie was always
sympathetic, and in the great work
which he set oit to do Mrs. Humbert
wafs alwayVs a help to him. In the
Twentieth ( Ceitury Sketches, publisl
Nd in 1900, it was said of this couple
that they were Imovinl. on g'raefullv
to(gtethier, doinur their work- in (od's
tear andi4 I'or his tlory, and the sketch
, Mr. 1ftllumbert's life was coliuhided
with a quotation from Bobbie Burns,
which might well have been written
of Mr. and Mrs. Humbert
"John Andei\son, my Jo., John,
When we were first acquent,
Your locks were like the raven,
Your bonnie brow was brent;
But now youl brow is )eld, John,
Your locks are like the snow;
But blessings on your frosty pow,
John Anderson, my Jo.'
The Rev. Mr. Humbert was seventy
one years of age. He joined the South
Carolina Conference on probatNon at
the Greenville Conference, Bishop
Joh l Elarly presiding, in Deember,
1S59. From that time antil tlie meet
ing of, the Conference in Darlinton0
less than two years a"o he was con
stantly at work. Ile never missed a
Con ference where he was oflicially
due. He ievel nlegleted his work.
le commenced his ministry amoni t le
mouitains of Western North Carolina
(Rutherford Circuit ). 1is, miniistry
euiits, and1( was dlistib ut ed fromn thle
mount11 ainis to heLIli seaicoast . an td frombi
the Savannah to the Pee Dee sect ion
of' the State. As a soul winner, lie
met withI wonderfu'il success. On thle
Checster' circuit. diuriint the y'ears of'
1873 and 1874, whe re a wonderful re'
vir'ah resulted tfromi his labors, tliwre
wieri' 250I a('(e''sionis to thle MeItthodEi'.t
liiE'hm-Es (LI thle (communi111tyV.
The R ev. MIr. 1111umb eit e raduated'( at
W .tford( coll(e'(e iii 1859, andE shiariedi
tie secondii( honoir otf his class withI
lir. A. .J. Sto'k(e. Five i:f his class
joinLed thE SEouthi I Carolinia Confereni'i'
Wev L'n iW1'Eber-'i- - the lariigesi Ela;S~
tuL im fter t heir maiaiiJliE. 1His pa1
forit. iHis foEreft'zther. D)avid Pet 'ri
non1, Italy, in 1 738, amnl receive V(a
:11 ani of lain1( from thle B'i tish &rov-.
erlnmenit ini BeaufoLrt dlistriet (nI1ow
Hie w'as mnai'ried in Octoberci, 18t65,
to Mi's. M. M. D)'Oyley, dlaughter' ot
lie late 'eiiei'al HI. H1. Kinard. Mrs.
H1umbei't has beeni thle corrlespondI(lingi
s(iert ary of' the W-omain's ForleLiLgn
Missionar socity fom its stait in
Sout h Carolina, in 1878, and has
lieein-thle leading spirit in t hiat organti.
The Rev., MNr. lium-bert was neveir
amibitions for himself. HeI was ambii
tionsM, but it, was that ambition whieb
cauhsedl ,im to disregai'd self and1 t.o
seek to carry forward the, great work
wihich lie had set. himself to do, that
Of saiving~ souihj.
[ThE funer'al services werec held in
Cnt ra l MethodiElist ebureh('l on-Sundl(ay
aiftern'iooin at. 5 0'clock. SciipturieP
lessons werel' read( lhy' the p)astor1, t he
Rev, 11. Ml. Grier, thna Rev. Geor'ge A.
Wigihut and the R1ev. A. lh Best. The
sermon0l wna m-inahe by th ~.e. ,Tno
REV. JOHN W. HUMBERT.
0. Willson, president of Lander col
lege, at Greenwood,
The pall bearers were: Messrs. Jno.
Ml. Kinard, E. H. Aull, Jas..,P. Kili-'
ard, W.. A. McFall, Jno. K. Aull, H.
H. Kinard, Jilt). W. Himlbert, Olin
Dr. Willsoni's sermon was eloquent.
As lie said, lie could iiot say too mch
of a life such as had been Mr. Hum
''Let me die the death- of the right
eous, and let my last end be like his,''
was the theme of Dr. Willson's ad
dress. When some n'in of God should
speak the solemn words of the last,
service lie would like for it to be pos
sible for it to be said of him, " Let
me die the death of the iigiteo'us, and
let my last end be like his.
I)r. Willson spoke f Mr. Hum
bert's life at colle,e. During the
last t w%o weeks, some1 onie wl*o was
with Mr. Humbert ti college, inl talk
ing of him, had said, as a matter of
Couse, '4' Oh, John Humbert was a
good boy at college.'' Those who
knew him all during his life were
ready to say that iii all of it there was
tot a stain or a blot. There was rea
son to speak of a life such as was
his. He spoke of three things that
marked him as a man. Th first was
that lie was a man of clean life and
of clean lips. Nobody ever heard
those lips utter a sound which a wo
man's ear could not hear. 'Was that
a little thing? Think before you say
that is a little thing. said Dr. Willson.
Clean lips and a clean life were Mr.
Hmnbert's. In all phases lie was
clean, for a clemn mind and a cleani
heart demanded an 6uter exhibition
)r. Willsonl spoke of his unfailing
coilitesV. ("eniine courtesy must
conme tirmn a feider, lovilng heIart. Mr.
I\vllIr was a ourtialgeols n11, lie
aid. li'1 didn't m.w'a that his voice
wvas h411iul anl tha11t thIleats were leand
in li is lips. Ihls"Se who were most
on,1 'let '- iin thiri speec'h. Theiy
show~v tir 'iiurage by ho!duinu-, them
sves ili. iri. 1 Ilmbeirt was neve'
aishaniii'l to standt whlere' tduty called
TIhet a'innit of' hli in kindl, said
a main ohf faith, a Chriiistimi gentle
miian. lit' was never hiesi t ant in spent
inii 1 the'aithi that was ini him; A
iio st i mani, lit nitvei' lior a momeint
l' "sit aItd toi say , Yets, I Ilove Jesus.
Smet if thie leas' of' ms whto unmed.
th noni:iie ofi thie Laar'd dJe's us'ad won'
baniiz' 's 1.ace w~as se't toiwairds the
h. o Mi. whieii those hlp.
:1h froma thait i lit nil thle imom
it he br':.b hi eft his bod,t hi li feu
liv'ed t' us:l lie lireachted to 'I'es
lli, wvas a uloritus Iifte.,aeuosistti
Ther as :'uothier' thin-i.- abt uit ir.
I humb~eri, said l)i'. Willstii. Ii'is iiry
was ani enihu-ging.'and expianding life.
At the til most roun1 *t the hiddler hie
was reaidy Ito steop offI 'ein unt o thle
thiis thate belonged tou thle et ernalI.
Sommetimnes lie f old of old experiences.
Dr. i WillIson renlIed thle time wheni lhe
told of' thle litthe prayer,meeting wliin
only..l 'amiuf an .ohtl woman and the
sE'xton iiwere( piresent. Rut. at any time
lie could tell of' happy days and ex..
per'iencei'ts ,just back of hii'-.
Mi'. H humbert w 'as a st.ud igui'ench..
mr, said - Dr'. Willsoi1. Ht sapokeo of
is deep and abiding sympathy with
ie t roubl,es of all human kinhd.
Di'. Willsoiis einoso was eloquent.
Sule, oin im 1,his ,5lreamleoss shnber
upon which you .haveg'one, '' ho sa.id.
The storms slih uldcneer mOve him
imore. Th'le disapipointmeonte, if anyp
came' should niever~ st ir him' more.a
'Sheep till thle wak ing: tr eibe ab'- lU
siiiu' and Glod shall c all '9'ut() I
I mnrieia el.y after'. t he servie .20
the chiurchi the 'remiainis, were t..20
Rosentonit and~ the services we'
chuded at the grave.