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FOB SALE-'New? Ivers and Pond
pleno, for 9300-cost $425 00. Ap
ply to P- W. Major, treasurer Ham
ffipnd School- Anderson, R- I.
r?t BALE-We have a smsll tract
of land formerly psrt of the Quince
Harnond place, which can be bought
daaap if you act quick. Frank ? De
OBUPa Realty Company. 9-30-tf
?Oli SAXE-Fulghum oats, free of
farelgn mstter, comity raised and
wel? graded. 11.10 per buahel, even
Weight bags while the supply lasts.
Forman Smith, Seedsman.
FOB SALK-Beautiful $350 piano
(Manufacturer's saMplc) for about
ope. third regular price, if sold at
once. This piano ls the one we havo
QfOd two months for music demon
stration. Hereafter all sheet music
will be sold at 10 cents copy. A. W.
?||lley & Co., 10 Cent Store.
FOJKySALE-A. limited number of An
dfrson County maps made by the
late 3. H. von Hasseln. Apply to
Mrs. von Hasseln, 304 S. McDufllo.
foi" 8 A l-l E-Ono Colo hot blast stove
lrj first class condition for $5 cash.
Apply to S. L. Prince, Beckley Build
LOST-A female Irish Llewellyn Set
ter, white with brown spots over
body and head, Had on collar with
small, piece of ropo attached when
last seen Thursday. Dr. H. H. Har
ris, Phone 82.
DB. L. H. SNIDER
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. Phone H,
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DB. S?BA A. MOOSE,
Ost?opathie : Physicians
itt Bleckley Bldg.
DB. FOREST D. SUGGS
Offices 418-415 Bleekley Bldg.
" Br. ^^\rSiett?
Anderson, 0. (?L .
H OYSTERS *
'line 26 cents, Three Times 50 cents,
'o words prorata for each additional
be used in a mouth made on appl?
than 26 cents, cash in ul van ce.
?phone directory you can telephone
lbs mailed after its insertion for
A COUPLE with children desire two
furnished rooms for light house
keeping. If you object to children
don't answer. State price, location,
etc. Rooms, care Intelligencer.
WANTED-The publie te know that
we hare just received a large ship
ment ot box flies, and can supply
your wants In this line. Anderson
Intelligencer, Job Department. til
WAN TH D-Bright, cncrg.-tlc boy for
carrier. Good salary and commis
sion. Apply to The Intelligencer of
I WANTED-Yon to .read .our .two
weekB' bargain salo on pago five
of this issue. Southern Public Util
ities Co. dtf
j MIDWAY CAFE-Clean and up to date
place for ladles and gentlemen. Wo
are Americana and deserve your
patronage. Think it ovar.
WHILE EATING is necessary to life;
Why not eat whore you can enjoy
it? Our servlco ls tho best In the
city, and our prices aro right.
Everything In season, and lt tastes
just right, too. The Luncheonette, tf
NOTICE-Wo are now prepared to do
your grinding of all kindB of feed
stuff-cotton stalks, corn stalks,
shucks, straw, grain, etc. Price 20c
per cwt. Strictly cash. Anderson
Mattress and Spring Bed Co.
PLEASE-Don't bellcvo the follow
ing statement, but come, seo for1
yourself whether It ls truo of not
Wo claim that wo glvo just a little |
better shavo, a little better haircut,
a little better service in every way
than is offered elsewhere in the city.
The Eagle Barber Shop.
FOR RENT-One flvo room house,
electric lights, . water, largo lot.
Rent r?B?nniiW? -ar ?r WALIIER.
|And a Bon Fire Responsible for
Entizo Anderson Fire Depart
ment Making a Ran.
At 8 o'clock last night a call was
received at tho Anderson Aro depart
ment saying that Anderson College
was on fire. The automobile truck went
up Ute street at a tremendous speed,
closely followed by beth thc hock and
ladder wagons, and word spread over
town that tho college waa in flames.
Hundreds ot people from all parts of
the oliy atar ted for the college, some
<n automobiles, others in wagons and
many on foot, and grave fears were
entertained that tao beautiful college
buildings might be destroyed.
When tho firemen reached the vicin
ity of the college, with visions of he
roic deed's to be performed, floating
before their eyes, they alighted from
I the truck and demanded to know
where the fire was and then they
heard what all the row was about
It seems that ? number of young la
dies had been having a Halloween
I party at the college and had lighted
j a bon fire in the rear of the college
[ building. Some neighbors or passers
by saw the blase and conclut* ?d that
I the entire college was burnie g up and
hence tao frenzied alarms received at
tho first station.
I Weil Known and Related tb An
derson People, Died Very
Soddenly in Newberry.
Mcssagea were received in Anderson
Yesterday from Newberry to the of
ect th?t JV Craig Gary, ono of New
berry's best cttlsehs, had died Friday
)n Newberry. Mr. Gary -*?as a cousin
to Dr. J. P. Kinard, the pr?sident of
Anderson College, and his wife is a
niece of Co). J. N. Brown of this city.
The Columbia State ot yesterday
printed the following from Newberry;
"J. Craig Gary, one of Ute county's
best citieeaa, died ? 4d*nly this af
tern ooo at. the home of hts mother,
Horsey Gary, at Kinards, the
ku. of his death being acute Indi
Mrs. Craig Gary had como to
dewberry in the afternoon to see her
er, Mts. Geerge Kp ps. and Mr. Gary
lt over to his mother's, a short dis*
?, and while there the attack came
a vlthout warning, carrying him ott
i 80 minutes.
Mr. Gary was 56 years ot age. Ho
leaves a wife and two daughters. He
has a brother. Wm. D. Gary, and three
?tstersT^** Anale and Kate Gary
at Kinards and Mrs. 3. E. Kenneriy
ot Newberry. The burial will be at
Bosh Tiver church, on Sunday,
Anderson ul ready boasts of more
modern ami complete Five and Ten
cent stores than any other town In thc
State and ?till another ?tore of this
kind will be opened here within the
next few weeks when Hie A. W. Hailey
Company will add to its list of stores
hy opening still another store hero,
in uddition to tho 'one already doing
business on the Bast side of the public
square. Mr. Halley yesterday secured
a lease on the Sherard building, next
door to the Kress store and in the ad
joining building and these new quart
ers will be fitted up so that the new
Halley store will be one of the hand
somest in tho city, carrying a full and
complete line of goods usually handled
in these stores.
Tho Hailey people have eight P' "es
In different parts of the country. y
have headquarters in Inglewood, N. . .,
and stores in Fort Lee, N. J., Ridge
field Park. N. J., Winchester, Va., Dal
Economy In F<
As Well /
Will doubtless Be One of tho Lesse
United States, Not Only Bec
But of Probable Shortage
Special to The Intelligencer.
WASHINGTON, I). C.. Oct. 31.
Doubtless one of thc lessons of 1914
to tho farmers of the United States
will be economy in fertilizers as well
as In other lines. This is likely not
only because of enforced economy,as
in all lines, but because of a probable
shortage and corresponding advance
in price of fertilizer ingredients which
have been customarily imported from
Germany. Besides, it is well known
that among thc most serious "leaks"
in the average farm is the wasto of
refuBO that would, if properly han
dled, make good fertillber.
Having this Idea tn view, the de
partment of agriculture has Just is
sued a statement legardlng thc value
of the wood lot or woodpile ns a fer
tilizer producing agency, and indicat
ing hov. the supply of both' fuel and
fertilizer may be conserved by the
Improvement of the wood lot. It says:
"Every farmer needs fuel; every
farmer needs fertiliser; and every
farm wood lot needs improvement
Why not kill all three birds with one
stone? By Judiciously planned thin
ning the condition of the wood lot can
be. greatly Improved ; the material re
moved in the thinnings can be burned
as firewood, and the wood ashes left
are so rich in potash as to make a val- i
"The wood lot ls, perhaps, the only
farm croo to which the farmer has ,<
not considered 1^ necessary to devote
any caro. His grains are sowed on
carefully prepared soil ; his vegetabler :
are cultivated, and his fruit trees are
pruned and sprayed; his forest trees
alone are left to look out for them- :
selves. This is the more remarkable i
when lt is taken into consideration i
that any labor expended on the wood '
lot not only Improves -the final crop, ;
but ordinarily pays for itself as well. :
Hon. C. C. Featherstone Comer i
to Anderson Today to Speak
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A rare treat ls in ntore for those ?
anderson people who oelleve in pro- i
hlbltion or for that matter, for any <
jf thone desiring to hear an able ad- t
tress, well delivered. It was announced <
yesterday by Rev. S. W. Banner, pas- <
tor ot Bethel Methodist church, that be f
bad succeeded in securing Hon. C. C. \
Featherstone of Greenwood to deltv- 1
sr an address in this city today at
Bethel chnrch. Mr. Featherstone will i
ipeak at ll o'clock this morning. 1
While no subject has been assigned j c
Mr, Featherstone and lt ls not known j <
leflnitely what be will discuss, it is
presumed that ho Will speak on prohi
bition, since lt is well known that Mr.
featherstone ls one of the strongest
prohibitionists in the State. Four yeera
igo ho made the race for Governor
m that ticket and waa in the second
.ace with Governor Bleaae.
Mr. Featherstone once made bis
tome tn this city and he will draw an
mormone crowd this morning.
HE HAD A FINE TRIP.
I. B, Hall Writes of His Trip to New
After going tb Anderson I took the
nt erurban to Greenwood, leaving on
he lath of August, arriving home on
he 30th of the same. I landen in Wash
ngton on the 13th. taking a car to
baltimore. There I secured a ticket
Sar ten days to New York. Then I put
ip In the Mills hotel, which ls at Bev
in th avenue and Thirty-sixth street,
<ew York. This hotel has 1,375 rooms.
*ew York Mills hotel is conducted on
lotel lines, and will be found a re
tpectable. comfortable and low-priced
tome tor men, transient v>r resident,
JO whom economy is an object. A
arge number have occupied rooms
permanently from the first day ot its
>penlng. One person only ia entitled
a occupy rooms. Rooms must be va
cated between & A. M. and S P. M. The
nanogement reserves the right to re
turn! money and exclude the holder ot
i ticket from the hotel at any time
bli hotel ls Just barely a block cf the
:lty. No cursing nor swearing is .il*
lowed there. I went all the way to
view York and beck and heard none
sh Ul I came back to Anderson. And I
lope lt will soon ba stopped there.
The next day waa Sunday. All Dust
less waa closed. 1 waa at the wharf
it the foot c* Broadway. Thousands
it people wire there to go on excur
sions which w?,v folng la many dlrec
ton, Ga., Gainesville, Ga., and Ander
Mr. Hailey says that he plans to ilup
licate bia present store as nearly :
possible in his new store and that he
will carry a similar Une in ilia new
The proprietor of the Halley Btores
hus been in this business (or 17 years.
Ile wa? boru und raised nt Dalton, (Ja.,
and went to work for tho P. W. Wool
worth Company of New York at $1
per day. He spent 13 years with tho
McCrory Five and Ten Cent Syndicate,
now operating over 130 stores. While
with thia concern he managed stores
for five years, was later bu' er for
six years and for the last thr?e years
he located stores.
Mr. Halley says that he will buy in
large quantities for his two Anderson
stores. Ho has faith in his location
and believes that Anderson business
houses arc destined to prosper.
?ns of 1914 to the Farmers of the
a use of Enforced Economy,
i and Advance in Price.
No detailed technical knowledge Is re
quired for the work* all thnt ls neces
sary ls the exercise of common sense.
"It is obvious that thc trees in any
wood lot are not all of equal value.
Some are taller, straightc-r, thriftier,
and of species which yield more val
uable wood than others. It is also ob
vious that there is a constant struggle
going on between the trees for light
and growing space. Thc object of
thinning is simply to giro the best
trees the advantage in this struggle
by removing tho poorer ones which in
terfere with their development.
"First of all defective trees should
be removed. This includes trees at
tacked by insects or fungi (conks)
trees with fiic-scarred butts, with tops
broken off by wind or lightning, and
In general all trees which am un
thrifty from any cause. Next come the
trees of poor form, such aa very
crooked or very branchy ones, which
aro interfering with the growth of
better formed neighbors. And finally
are the trees of less valuable species,
Buch as dogwood, ironwood and horn
beam. These not only take up space
that might better be occupied by such
species as oak, hickory, and ash, but
reproduce themselves at the expense
of more desirable trees.
"While the wood removed In these
thinings ls frequently of no value for
other purposes, lt can practically al
ways be used to advantage for fuel. In
this way the work can be made to pay
for Itself, particularly when tho fu
turo use of the wood ashes for fertil
izer ia boi'.ic lu mind. The essential
point to remember in making such
thinnings ls that the wood lot ls a tree
society. In which the best trees should
be given every chance to attain the
greatest possible development by the
removal and utilization of the unfit."
lions. There was a great rush to get
on board. While there I went into the
fish dhow which is free t? ev'erj'jody.
This was a grand sight to see. There
were fish of all sises. The under
ground railroad runs in all directions,
night and day, and also the overhead
cara. You can ride 15 miles for five
:enta. Policemen are standing at ev
3ry crossing, sometimes the crossing
The Pennsylvania railroad runs un
ter night Hudson railroad and under
neath the New York postoffice and
lelivera tho mail up in the center of
he postoffice. The depot ls near the
'enter of New York, which IB tho fin
!8t depot I ever saw, said to be worth
l?verai million dollars, which I rode
iver tho railroad on a boat ninety feet j
jelow the bottom of the river.
I took a trip up the Hudson river 40 '
niles. The manager said that he had
ive thousand passengers on board that
lay. Music and dancing was carried
m all the while. There was plenty to |
?at on the vessel. There ls a park at
he toot of the mountains which people
ristt. There ls good cool water there
tod people -put up tents and their
lomes are in New York. The people
lhere aro very clever, and go well j
1res sod. I met a man. by tho name of
riall, who was there th a tent Ile I
iran ted mo to stay awhile with him,
rat the boat did hot stay but three
lours. Landing bert', at nigh waa
pretty sight for anyone to see.
The teacher ls given a golden oppor
Unity of witnessing the most beautiful
>f Nature's handwork of seeing the
Mat and high mountains. The Hudson
Iver la about one mils wide. You can
iee thousands of people in bathing in
he Giant pool Steeple-park, Coney
Island, N. Y. In going to Coney Island
rou have to cross thy Brooklyn bridge,
Urbich ia a mlle sad . a half or two
niles long. It has three car lines and
wo wagon or buggy, roads. It ls about
LOO foet high or more and is made ot
iteel. Brooklyn ls a very large city,
vhich you can go through on tho
tara. You can hardly get along on ats
:ount of so many, people. There are
l?verai other plaeSS* ot importance
hat I could mention but will not this !
Ime. From th ero I carno back to Bel
lmore. There I weat to the parka und 1
injoyed the must? and seeing the fire
works very much, from there I cam?
0 Washington onjtte.car. There I wait
>n the president'ajSst and heard some
rery pretty music alBc I also visited
?thor placea which are very lntereat
ng. t came to Richmond and stayed!
me day and night where 1 stayed dur
ng the war tn 188?. From Richmond
?ame on home. I could write much
nore than I havo already written but j
[ will close.
J. B. HALL,
FELT IN TEXAS
State and Country-Wide Efforts
to Relievo Cotton Situation
Cause Increase tn Price.
(Uv Associated PTCBS.)
DALLAS, Tex., Oct 31.-The first
Dffi i ts of the State and country-widr
efforts to relievo cotton were shown
in Texas this week in a rise of nearly
one cent per pound, according to a
statement issued hero tonight by J. A.
Kemp, of Wichita Falls, Texas, chair
man of thc executive committee of
the Texas* Hankers' association, which
bas undertaken to help the Texas sit
Mr. Kemp said the Important fac
tors in thc State committee's work arc
the providing of g Joan fund, tho
agreement by Texas merchants that
eight cents is a fair bottom price, agi
tation for reduction of acreage 50 per
cent, next year and substitution of
food crops for cotton.
Son-of the Marquis
of Lansdowne Killed
(By Associated Prers.)
IX)NDON. Oct. 31.-(2:06 p. m.)
Ixjrd Nairne, second son of tho Mar
quls of Lansdowne, conservative lead
cr in tho-house of Lords, has beer
killed In action. Ho was a major ir
tho first dragoons and served in the
South African war.
(Bv Associated PresB.)
BERLIN, Oct. 31.-(Via Amsterdam
:itid London, 7:07 p. m.)-A report
received here today from German
"Our army In Belgium yesterday
occupied Rani3capelle (21-2 miles
Dast of Nleuport) and Preslchoon and
attacks on Ypres' are progressing
Zandfoorde, Chautcau Hollenlke and
Wambeke have been stormed. "
"Further south we also have galnc/3
;round to the east of Boissons. Thc
;nemy has been attacked and during
the day chased from several strongly
fortified .positions to the north of
Valllv (about 10 miles east of Sols
sons) which was stormed during thc
ilternoon, the enemy retreating
icross the River Aisne and Buffering
severe lesses. We captured 1.00C
prisoners and two machine guns.
"In the Argonne and to the cast of
Verdun and to the ^orth of Toul s?v
irai French attacks were repulsed
ivith heavy losses for thc enemy.
"The battle In the northeastern
heatre till now has not been decid
id. To tho west of Warsaw the Rus
sians are slowly following our troops
which are now being g^ooped.*,
HAVryS. Oct 31.-(Via London
1:45 p. m.)-Au official dispatch from
he Belgian army headquarters to
he Belgian minister of war says:
"Fierce attacks were attempted yes
erday morning by the enemy in the
leighborhood of Ramscapcllo and
Pervyse. The second of these attacks
was repulsed with great loss. Thc
lrst forced our troops to cede some
rround which later was partially rc
"In the afternoon the Inundate
extended from between tbo Yser ant
he railway at Nleuport to DIxmude
md reached the neighborhood ol
"Before the front between DIxmude
mu nuigucn tuSrs was no liupuiLaui
Ightlng. The nilled troops were able
o cross the Yser and to gain ground
Toward the east the enemy lost Dix
ichoote and aro only maintaining
heir position at Passchendaele (six
niles northeast of Ypres) with dif
iculty. " ' ' ,
"On the Lys there has been no m?
erial chango in thc situation."
PETROGRAD, Oct. 31.-The follow
ng official communication was issued
ty general headquarters tonight:
"On the East Prussian front the
dan for breaking through the con
er of our fortified position around
lakalrzewo projected- by the enemy
iee. failed. During Ave days of un
ucccssful attacks the Germans suf
ered immense loxses. In many places
he great accumulations of German
lead in front of our trenches caused
i moderation of our. dre.
"Our troops have progressed In
everal districts on the Bast Pru fr
"Beyond the Vistula we occupy
he towns of Gostynyr?, Lenczica, Lode
"In Galleta the fighting continues
vlthout any essential chango In the
LONDON, Nov. L-?(l:15 a. m.)
'he following German official ststn
nent has been received from-Berlin
>y Marconi wireless:
"The tension between the Chinese
nd Japanese troops is extremely
?rest. .-?aps? ha? advised the preai
lent o'.' China that Japanese warships
rill suppress Ute revolutionary move
ment in Shan-Tung province."
PARIS. Oct 31-(ll p. m.)-': no
ifficiai communication issued tonight
iy the French war office says: .
"According to the later.t advices
here is no Incident of any import
nee te report In tho center we
lave made progress tn tba region to
ho north ot. Sousaln.
"Everywhere else we are malata!ng
LONDON, Oct tl.-(5:6*-tt. j?.)
in official message has been received j
,t Home from Constantinople, ac
nrding to a dispatch to the Central
fews agency, announcing that the
tussian fleet haa attacked the Turk
fih fleet near Sebastopol in the Black
ea. Detalla ot the battle are lack
superb values at $12
arid $20.00. Don't ?
and get one of these 1
up to $20.00
for. . . ? ...
$7.98 for Men's Sui
formerly sold for . .
All $8.00 a?d $9.0C
All $6.00 and$7.0G
Big line Boys' knee si
200 Men's Fine O
with large storm collai
$7.00, now! . , . . . .
Fine Liiie Men's Oe
ed prices from 98c
to. . ..
Home of Gt
'-? A startling culmination came IQ the
liquor trials now going on in Ander
son when J. E. Derrick, charged with
Operating a social club and selling in
toxicating beverage, arose in open
court, asked permission to withdraw
his pica cf not ruilty in tho four can
es in which he had already been con
victed, and io substitute a pies' of
guilty to tho charges in all the 12
cases. The court permitted this action
and a fin? of fl.OCO was imposed.
? When court convened yesterday
morning a Jury was drawn to bear tho
fifth case against Derrick but before
Se hearing opened Mr. Derrick took
e action stated above and this ended
It was generally presumed at the
time that Derrick would pay his fines
but after that time he was surrender
ed by his bondsmen to the city officials
and was placed in jail at the city hail,
seeming to indicate that ho intends
serving his time on tho public works.
"This has given.rise," Bald a ./well
known cltlsen yesterday; "to a Qttesr
possibility. What If Derrick should be
erl rt ..tain. 1.1 ? ..,??.#.....?? K .... I .1 . v.-.
m~ - -- . -o -. tJ...... 1vwu
be paroled or pardoned by the Gover
nor, and Die city should refuse to give
the prisoner his freedom? Derrick
'would tben Institute . habeas corpus
proceedings and thc matter would go
into circuit .court for trial and possib
ly on into the Supreme court."
. Following Die plea entered yester
day hy Derreck, City Attorney G. Cul
len Sullivan issued a lengthy [state
ment in court in which he reviewed
tho case, went over the testimony, re
ferred to tba consultations held be-'
A. R. P. CHL
. Tho first day's ses.-lon of the A. R. P.
Presbytery, now convened In this city,
was filled with interest and the dole*
gates say that the mattera disposed
of were o' Importance to all members
of the A, R. P. belief, although hardly
very interesting to the public a? larg?.
The delegates are prosent from every
church and ai h composed o? JLhe most
intelligent A. R. P. member? In the
E. C. Stewart of Barlow, Fla, who?
Is moderator of tuts Presbytery, has
arrived in the' city and is presiding
over all deliberations cf the body.
Decidedly 11.?* mest interesting of all
the" exercises held in .connection with
the Presbytery will take piece this
morning at ll o'clock when ?bo formal
dedication of the new church, hwated
at the corner of Society and North
McDhfft? streets, will take place. The
Bcrrnbh will be preached by Rsv. R. A
?Luntmds and it ls believed that the
church building will fr.e taxed to aoco
isrodate the crowd. The new church,
including the parsonage, la valued at
about $10,Q00. The following is the
program for today's dedicatory exer
, Psalrt loo. L. M.
* Ri Vocation.
. PsalfiS 102. 7a
Psalm tit. Rs and 7s.
by R&V..R. A. Lummus, sub
Ouy Korrie o? Anderdon, 51 F. 1?, .
was among the visitors to spend yes- h
t????ay In the etty.
J. M. Darrgcoti who formerly made |l
I ? I BBB
ION SALE of
Now buys your unre
stricted choice of any
Suit in the stock. Our
2.50, $15.00, $18.00
lelay but come today
tiandsome suits worth
lits at reduced prices.
vercoats extra long
ld Trousers at Reduc
tween the parties interested in the
caso and announced the grounds on
which the city was willing to subunit
to the plea of guilty and to grant len
iency. The defendant arose and said
that he would agree to ?lie conditions
and the Recorder then passed sen-*
Before sentence was passed, -A. H.
DagnalL Esq., who has represented
Derrick in his trial, arose and advised
the court that he wou'i like to say a
few words. Mr. Gagnaw said that ho
was not in the court room as Derrick's
attorney, sin co he had servered his
connection with the case, but was pres
cnt morely as a friend of tbe court to
say that if fines were'imponed in more
than two cases against ?ho defendant
it would be a grave miscarriage of
Justice and that substantial injustice
would bo done tho defendant.
It is understood that several addi
tional warrants were served yester
day on Lewis TL Meyers, alleged own
er and operator of the Owl Club, and
that hiB cases will be called for trial
tomorrow morning. There ?re now
almost aa many charges against Mey
ers as there were against Derrick and
this case will be fought as hard as was
tho Derrick hearing.
H.. T. Elwell, also charged with sel
ling liquor, had already announced
his Intention of pleading guilty to the
charges against him and he appeared
yesterday and announced his desire to
do so. Tho city attorney asked that tho
Recorder suspend Sentence for a few
days until moro thorough Investiga
tions could bo made in o.der to deter
mine whether or not leniency was ad
visable in this case.
Jcct: "Pattern for tho Church of To
Dedicatory Prayer by Rev. C. M.
Psalm 117, 8a and 7s.
. Following is tho list of hosts and
delegates to the presbytery:
E.O. Bell-Rev. a W. Reid, 8. H.
Dr. J. R. Young-Rev. Jno. Young,
Rev. F.- Y.- Pr OB si y, D. D., Mr. Miler
Ouy Norris-Rev. Ira Caldwell, Jes
Theo, Roper-Rev. W, A. McAulcy,
I. W.Murray.. /
A. W. Hewin-Rev. M T. Ellis, eld
er from Long Cain.
Freak Burris-Rev. P. A.' Proa?ly.
Mrs. TL P. Cllnkscales-Rev. C. B.
J. A. Cook-Rev. J. P. Preasly, Rar.
EL A. Lummnns.
O. F. McConnell-Ret. R. T. Brad
ley, Rev. R. T. Kerr.
J. K. Hood-Rev. W. C. Kerr, Ret.
L N. Kennedy, E. C. etuarL
.J. F. McDonald-R? M. McDonald,
Mrs. 8. Eu Todd-Rev. Leon Preasly,
1 J. Todd. .
J. M. Garrison-Rev. J. S Hood and
Mrs. O. H. Reid-Ber. a at Boyd
. i. V. Johnson-Eider from Delhis
ils heme in this etty, ls here for a
.av*.' J. E. Wofford of SUr/ spent a
Sw hours In the city yesterday with