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HE GREAT METHODIST
o the Pastors and Methodist People
of the Sumter District, South Caro
As you all know, the month of April
been set apart by the two Metho
ist Conferences of South Carolina
r a united campaign to raise $300,
0 for our colleges. In keeping with
is action of the two Conferences,
ql in view of the imperative needs
4hich confront some of these institu
ons, I make this appeal to the peo
ple of the, Sumter District. We will
gxpectedl to raise at least one
lvelfth of this $300,000.
DR I. W. ISRAELSON,
4 umter, will be in Manning
at Dr. Huggin's Pharmacy, in
Half the ills that.-women is heir to
are caused by eyestrain; and the 1
trouble is that they do not know it.
How. often, after reading or sew
g d* you say "my eyes are so
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u wore properly fitted glasses.
have the ability, experience and
uipment to examine eyes and make
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et me tell you whether 'glasses
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sk to see the famous KRYPTOK.
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u 'Goes' the Fadhion tl
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ig Men's Suits
) $30.00 t
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.satisfaction of owning one. m
manship, accurate fit. if
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1535 Main '1'
Every church, member and friend
will be asked for a liberal contribu- ti
tion to this fund during the month tr
of April. I sal "liberal contribution," ki
for this amount of money cannot be h,
secured without fideity and liberaaty. th
The exercise of these two essential k1
qualities in our contributions and the tr
task before us will be an easy one. te
Let us all, my brethren, by prayer wi
and faith, ask God to make us see th
that our obligations are measured by vi
our ability. le
Rev. F. H. Shuler, our efficient Com- lif
missioner, will give you all the nec- od
essary information touchi:ng the de-, ri:
tails of the April campa:ga. As t.ii :I
is the last year I shall serve you, ac
this is no doubt the last appeal I th
shall ever make to you in behalf of M
our great church; and this appeal will wi
not be in vain. tr
H1. Webb Bays. it
The Methodists of South Carolina c
an relieve Wofford, Lander and Co- er
lumbia Colleges of their burdens and th
set them free for the highest useful- th
ness, if they wish them relieved. The n'
Methodists of South Carolina exceed ad
100,000 souls, and among them is an
round a measure of prosperity equal '
:o that of any other denomination in th
he State. ml
The amount of $300,000 is desired th
or the relief of the Methodist col- nu
eges in the State, and this amount
ev. F. H. Shuler is undertaking to to
'aise. It is a small sum for a hun
lred thousand Methodists to contri- se;
note for such a purpose. If each
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his happy combination of antiseptic
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- -- - -- ly
C0:3 Cola Bo011H0g
ethodist in South Carolina paid six
nts a week for this purpose during
e short space of one year, the
nount realized would exceed $300,
Of course, it is to be expected that
any thousands of them will pay
>thing; but it is not less reasonable
expect that many thousands of
em will also pay vastly more than
x cents a week. There are some
ople of means among the Metho
sts of South Carolina .who might
ell give large sums to this purpose.
ley indulge themselves with all
anner of luxuries; they live in cost
homes; they ride in expensive au
mobiles; they deny themselves noth
g .that they wish. Why may not
'me of them try for once the enjoy
ent of doing liberal things for their
stitutions of learning? They can
they will. Will they?
W. A. Candler.
Wofford College a Trust.
Benjamin Wofford gave Wofford
>llege to South Carolina Methodism
trust. He was wise enough to
iow that his gife of $100,000 would
>t be enough to enable it to meet
e demands that must increasingly
me upon it. Ile only founded it,
d then turned it over to the Church
administer and care for, and the
-urch has done so in every crisis of
And the Church's sense of obliga
an thus to administer this great
ust has increased with its growing
towledge of the service the college
is rendered both to the Church and
e State. South Carolina Methodism
mows what Wofford has done to
ain its preachers, educate a host of
achers that have helped in a great
iy to build the educational system of
e State, enlarge the intellectual
sion of the men who have become
tders in all the common walks of
e; and withal South Carolina Meth
ism knows that the college has en
lhed its service because it has
aped the character of its students
cording to moral ideals and under
e influence of the religious spirit.
ethodism realizes, therefore, that
th Wofford College it has made con
ibutions of immense value to both
own life and the life of the State.
It realizes, moreover, that if these
ntributions are to go on with in
easing value they will depend for
eir increase upon certain physical
ings-buildings, equipment, endow
mt. An efficient college must have
equate buildings, proper equipment,
iple endowment, and a large and
l-trained teaching force to meet
e obligations of service that the de
mids of the day put upon it. And
Ise things can only be had with
This is what our campaign is for
secure the money to enable Wof
'd to render a deeper and broader
ice to both Church and State, to
ike it more efficient in the kind of
vice it has always rendered. And
it Methodism which sixty-seven
irs ago received it in trust from
njamin Wofford is now being called
:n to make this service practically
HI. N. Snyder.
'olunmbia College feels a deep inter
in the success of the $300,000
npaign; perhap~s a dleeper interest
.n any other of the institutions to
benefitted. This is because of the
t that unless the campaign is
gely successful Columbia College
not (10 the work committed to her
it should be (lone. A debt of near
$100,000 is a most serious burden
a small college to struggle under
'ing these times of advanced prices.
interest on this dlebt reaches ap
ximately one-sixth the annual in
ie of the college. from all sources.
>eeially has this been the case for
past twvo or three years, when
financial dlepression consequent
mn the European wvar cut down the
:'ndance apiprox imately twenty per~
t. However, we are not altogether
:-ourage:l, but feel that better (lays;
in store for th2 college, andS are
e the Mlethodist people will ~ome(
our aid, and that speedIily.
G. TP. Pugh.
.andler College has been serving
ith Carolina Methodists and other
-nds since February 12, 1872. For
ty-three years she received no aid
asse'ssment, and1( for thirty-five
did not e.ven have opportunity toI
for voluntary contributions. She
a leadier in making the education
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S coio of othor troubles follow.
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>f women as substantial as that of
nen. All the while she has been a
'eligious force, a Christian Coliege.
The removal in 1904 to Greenwood
loubled the capacity of the school and
he building erected in 1911-12 (which A
ntailed over three--fourths of her
lebt) further increased her act ummo
lations. Now she has 173 boardefs ina
he college home, an average of 50 s
ome from town and she serves an
verage of 35 special students. Ilinr
quipment is adequate to do goo(
vork and her faculty entirely c(oml- the boll weevil. We have a siIOll
>etent. But money is urgently need- ou hand that we will sell at $2.50
'd to still better equip the school, to
ncrease salaries, to open opportuni
ies for needy girls to secure a college 75 cents a peck in quantities I
ducation, to pay her debt of $40,- one bushel.
00.00 (recently reduced from $42,
90.00) and most of all to secure the $2.40 a bushel in orijiial bags 2
ndowment indispensable to the best half bushels cach.
ork and to hold her well-wan rce-e
ition as a Standard College. Her life
nd work demand endowment. Will three foot rows. Yields from It
'ou fail her?
fJohn O. Wilson. an acre.
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