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Reedy River AssocIatlOn.
The Sixty Sixth session of the 7
Reedy River A fieiAtion\ t with '1
Fairview church S+pt. 17: :nd 18, j
This se tn is compued of'
the Bag it es e berry
and Htrriane charch of Lsnrens
eeety. The aseoeiio was hand
-- ate ti e e b y t Wie g o o d p e o -
o the Fairview and Tabernacle
e a nhnity. the following ministers
viz: Dr. T. M. Bailey,
tgr Keys of the Courier, Editor
. A the S. C. Baptist, Supt.
Jaison, of the,Coonie:M$xWve1l
prphange, Pros Jau es, of the Green
fie ae college, Revs. Fowler,
Mixrt.u, Spe, Pearcy, 'Wright,
The esion of thn associaton was
'qgee4 byRev. di. N Burton read
jgh10th of Proverbs, J. W. D.
Johnson was elected. moderator, -d.
a .Jci,aRd'I: M. Smith
treasr iutuoduso seTa5
was W. Swo
from the 20th a&i 27th verses of
frove1se~"The Spirit of man in
e4dhJele'ofdhe'Lord* Rev. Keys
for *e Captis ourier. Re
port on Ministerial Education was
.inb~Ml/Rev.L I. Swope and
lijseged by Bevs. Swope,
W61 e; Mei owell, James
l eport on Sunday school work
was submitted by M. J.. Scott and
t discussed b ,Soott Bailey,
Report oi > was
n.. Burton and
li Reva. Bailey and
1 ad ado>tb&
Oc ~ Exe qtive Com
mittee was snbmi ted by Dr. James
McIntosh and dicussed Dr. afeIntosh
The associa4 assjjt wik
oia!l c oducted by
roy~ i r. Baiby.
wor y, itmin rand
The rer, Stayte Missions was
sub Er n
man Mcintosh and adopted. Dr.
'~j4s ~ ch tW a ue os a*iM
raven in r. aie's unusual~style.
OA difeoiob wasd mken,
Skhere are4 8Biaptist associations
in SouthCarolina,980:ehurehes, 100,
000 memb oft ie ssoc
tions the' '* 06onv Bod is
w< 3gfpthird of the ehurcheso
the' State. are preach~ed to ;by the
tit IAionaih ''here afre 100L
Missionaries employed by the State
aioma.Jgord. The State Union
ard p orani in Newberry in
1 .' Ia.he ast 1jears 118 e
churches ha9e ~been establisbed and
17,&%5 mesibers ' adeded to the
* cjieurctbes through the board's work.I
Miissionaries -have sol $59,000 worth1
* of books in 16 years and during the
demle tithe $178,000 has been ex
* endled. on. State missions. There a
* has been one- conversion for every a
$1400 paid to the Mfissionaries, and
* ant!1$raiB 4decg this eurgh for
- ar, chura tlire las beas one
&dition to every $20 paid in. t
TBeflrep~oit on Foreign Eisions t
summitted by Rev.- L. .W. Swope.
The missionary'sermn6n was preached
byfv E A. McDowell froru.the
6tfr19 20 21 verse of'Matthew.
EAseolution submt* d by1R%v Me
iDoweIl- that our associaties *paise
$850 tery State m,issions thi tnixt asm
Isoeitioald year and that the Execu
tive Commrittes4 apport'ixt I e amount
amon,g 1e (hurebies.
Rt.port on woman 's work, was sub
mitted by W. . G. Peteren an.i a
supplemnentary resolutin by M.J.
Scott, hot h were adopted.
Re.port on~ temper~ance was snb
miwtte~d by Rev. Fowler and was dis
enssed hbj Bros. Fowler, McInt osh,
J. A. WallIace, R Y. L-eav-11i, Pa.erJ
son and adopte~d.
* Rep.rt on orphaag was~ s'bmit
* hd by Resv G A. Wrigh-t, R.-v
Jamies'or. supesrin td. t of :ba or
phana*g.-, expl.'a-d the orpan
work and t ' k : at em-hi colh-e.( ion of
. 20.84 and quit.- a tm r of bar
rei of n tnd t*. Ier np'ie o t.
Tim of*~ ithn TiextiI spn ofth
Pe'-StIii, eThurda b.-fr- h
IIth rd Sundy t i 'rtembr, 1908.j
Plae Senda church new Chap
ry sermon by Rev. N. N. Burton.
.onstitution and by-laws to be pub
ished in the minutes.
The State Miesion Board has two
roman missionaries in the State.
rhere are 41 missionaries in the
nill towns. There are 62,000 peo.
)le in the mill towns of the State
Lad 42,000 people work in the mills.
the State Board is doing a great
work for the mill people.
The Reedy River association heads
he list of associations in the State
in contributions; per capita for State
nissions, but they could do a great
leal more work.
Extention Board-Jas. McIntosh,
L. W. Swope, G. A. Wright, I. M.
Smith, J. W. D. Johnson, J. A.
romer, R. R. Long, H. Copeland,
Report on state of churches was
mbmitted by E. IL Longshore. Dele
gate to Southern Baptist convention
-L. W. Swope. Alternate- ev.
J. H. Pearcy. Delegates to State
Convention at large-H. Fowler and
I. W. D. Johnson. Financial basis
-G. A. Wright, L. W. Swope, J. H.
Pearoy, R. Y. Leayell, I. M. Smith,
i . Longshore 8. <H. Goggans,
James McIntosh, J. M. Snber, J. D.
Report on petitione as submitted
by Rev. G. A. Wright and adopted.
Report on ministers' relief fund
was submitted by J. H. Pearcy and
The following amounts were paid
imt for pastors' salary and other
ohurch work during the past associa
Bush River............ $2,162 71
Dross Roads ........... 182 70
htrview............... 150 53
Hiirrioane ............ 879 50
Enoree ............... 117 27
Neerry .,..... ..1,577 97
Prosperity............. 87 63
West End............. 755 58
Whitmires ............ .1 00
6t. Zion.............. 379 50
Bethel for all purposes .. 145 49
A vote of thanks was given tbe
ood people of the 46onmunity for
the superb entertainmedit given the
The hymn "Blessed *be the Tie
that Binds" was sung- and tbeasso
siation was dismissed by Rev. H.
Low ?Esae Rats so waabtag5on ad
Nena Ystk via tSeaborg air
On account of the G. A. R. reunion
at Wahington,'D. C., the Seisboard
Air Linie will sell tickets to Washington
sad New York and return at tie follow
ing low rates:
alnS.C., to Washington....$10.00
" " ." New York..$20.00
heaw, S. C., to Washington... 10.00
Dolumbia, S.C., toWashington... 10.00
" "New York'.... 20.00
Denmark, S. C., to Washington.. 10.80
" " New York....00
aaxS.C., to Washington... 11.00
" ~" "New York...2.30
Proportionately low rates swill be
iven from other pointsontle Seaboard
ir Line. Tickets will be sokd'October
,45 and&6h, and limited to October
5th. By depositing tickets with joint
agent at Washigtn an extension of
imit toNovember 3d will be gie on
ikets sold to washington.thsor
The Seaboard Air Line i h hr
ne and direct route to Washington
>perating the finest through double
lialy vestibuled limited trains with
leepers to New York. Call on nearest
leaboard agent foi- rates and informa
io, or. address J. J. Puller, Trav. Pass.
It's of no use for your- lips to be
alking of grace unless your lif<
astes of it.
Itin1 Ba of Nerbamr 8 C
(ESTABLISHED IN I1871.)
aptal --u- -- $150,000.00
urplus and Profits - 96,865.88
~ General hanEi-n busiiiea:ra-acted
ith promWptum*. Special attenwn t
ollections C4.rres4pondena- solicitedl
Deposits at !owe.d inte're-st at the rate
f 4 por cent per annum from dam~ &
epoit. Iuterest nayable January 1st
nd( .}ily 1st of each year.
M. A. C ARLISLE, Prest.
T. .S DUTNCANJ. Casbi'-r
FOR SALE BY
Plenty of Boom in Heaven.
The public has frequently been
reated to unique statistics, but it is
3afe to say that nothing in this line
is more interesting than that given
by an expert' mathematician who
andertakes to describe the dimen
3ions of heaven. This genius takes
s basis for his calculations the verse.
"And he measured the city with the
reed twelve thousand furlongs. The
Length and the breadth and the
height of it are equal." The result
Df this mathematician's work are de
scribed by a writer in the Chicago
Tribune as follows: "The entire
space represents, 469,788,088,000,.
000,000,000 cubit feet. He gener
onsly concedes half of this space for
the throne and the court of heaven
and half its remainder for streets,
which would still leave 124,198,272,
000,000,000,000 cubic feet. Divid
ing up this space he gets 30,321,
843,750,000,000 rooms sixteen feet
square. Figuring in a like airy way
upon the population of the earth he
finds that. if 100 worlds containing
the same number of people as this
should send all their inhabitants for
a thousand centuries to come to
heaven there would be more than
100 of the sixteen-foot square rooms
for each person."
Truth does not need any proof or
evidence, for the real truth is self
If you have anything to exhibit at
the State Fair send to Secretary Hol
loway, at Pomaria, S. C., for a Pre
mium list. Do Dot delay to do so.
ALL F ALL
K I ND PURPOSES.
"Special Brand" Corn Whiskey, $ 1.25
"Pouar Log" Corn Whiskey 1.50
"PoulrLog," Old, Smooth,
"Private Sitock," 4-qt. case .: 2.50
"Private Stock," 12-qt. case. 7.00
"Hunting Cek"Rye, 1-tcae7.00
case .. .. .. .. .. .. ....10.00
Apple Brandy. .. .. .. .. ... 2.50
Charge of 25e. for 1-a., 35e. for
s-gal., arid 45e. for 3-a.jugs, and 75c.
for 4'l-2-gal..kegs; whnreturned pre
paid, they will be taken beeck at cost.
J. C. SOMlERS & CO., Dls.,
TATESVILLE, North Carolina.
Our Soda Fountain
offers so many de
licious and whole
some Drinks that
we know not which
to mention first.
Our Ginger Ale
Is in great demand be
cause so refreshing.
Juice Beverages are
popular. Of course
there is nothing quite
takes the place of our
Milk Shakes. Come,
here for your Sodaj
hayos' Drug Store.
P. S. Order your Cream
>y the gallon from us.
OARLESTO~. S. C.
EXTREMELY LOW RATES.
To Washington D. U., and return. Account
R2Funion G- A. R., October 6.13th, 1903.
Tickets will be sold October 3, 4, 5
and 6th, with final limit October 15th,
1902. By depositing ticket with Joint
Agent at Washington not lator than 12
o'clock Noon of Wednesday, October
13th, and on payment of fee of 50 cent,
an extension of final limit to November
3rd, 1902, may be obtained.
Stop overs permitted going and re
turning, within certain limits; particu
lars on application.
Side trips tickets on sale from Wash
ington to nearby Battle Fields and
many historic points in Virginia, Octo
ber 6-14th inclusive, limited to return
within five days.
Southern Railway operates superb
through trains with sleeping cars, din
ing cars vestibuled coaches from prin
cipal point. Fast schedules.
For further information see any
agent, or write to,
W. H. Taylor, A. G. P. A.,
R. W. Hunt, D. P. A.,
Charleston, S. C.
W. A. Turk, P. T. M.,
Washington, D. C.
S. H. HIrdwick, G. P. A.
Washington, D. C.
Arrange your plans early to attend
the 34th Annual State Fair at Colum
bia Oct. 28th to 31st.
Life Assurance Company
Assets Dec. 31, 190i,
Absolutely t h e
Strongest Life As
As-surance Company in
America when meas
ured by its Surplus.
Insures both men and
women. If you are
not assured, or if you
are not fully assured,
take a policy in Thc
ARTHUR KIBLER, Aeg't.
Newbsrry, S. C.
Air Line Railway.
NORT H: EAST :SOUTH : WEST
rwo DA ILY PULLMAN VESTIBUL
FAST LOCAL TRAINS.
First CI O ning Car
The Best Bates and Route to All.
Eastetn Cities via Richinrd and -
Washington, or via Norfolk agd
Steamers; also to Atlanta an1d
Points South and South-West,
and to Savannah, ,Ga, and. All
Points in Florida ad Cuba.
NORTH and SOUTH.
For detailed information, Rates,
Schedules, Pullman Reserva
tions, &o., apply to any Agent
of the SEABOARD AIR LINE
RAILWAY or J J. PULLER,
Trav. Pass Agt., Columbia, S. C.
C. B. Walworth,A..P.A.,
but goes in through the muscles and
all soreness audiiannation.
,ameness and Sore
[y there is nou.ig.
ut the pain and in
ach the spot your
e to assist you, for
at the liniment be
mnd all domestic ar+im,.I:. In fact,
nomatter whoor whLt patientis.
altk and Pleasuwe
sath with the
ST and WEFAT.
bias. Thu'euEg SIeeiag*Caser
S New Orleans, via Atlanta.
I P.Amte was Atlanta ad was,
te em als Thwegh YTeae.
.w Rates to cbha....see
me.Se-sate ad Wees Zadlam
p mU Rese*is new em sae at
hresure, etime seasse, ,ee, ese
W. N. TAYL V.
5. C. 55Aag,
. swem a...e .
~N INQIAN TER.
It, ich line
ei er reach' '''NISI IEL
. ME A 1'
-Y.I H REVEPORT
N. B. BAIRD, T. P. A., --ATLANTA, C1.
E. W. laBEAUMtE, G. P. & T. A., ST. LOUIS, KO.
S~hDrLE TN EFFECT AFTER JUFE 2, 190 .
monia, Hay Fe rve Plersy, L
G Tpe, wHnearfedcie phoas,
C roup and Whooping Cough.
SEvery bote guaranteed. No
Cure. No Pay. Price 80c.& $1.
Trial bottle free.
don't stay on or near the surface,
tissues to the bone and dries oul
For a Lame Ba<
or, in fact, all I
ness of your bod
that will drive o
$ammation so q
If you cannot te
self get some on
it is essential th
rubbed in most
overcomes the ailments of horses
It is a flesh healer and pain killer
VmIatng tame Pw4
Centew. ad No
Ne w Teek ad Vle=Ada. ett
and gaa-, ew een
*aseUnmRa .vq,I6. ad L
..==s eadi OseUlaa I
wane.e TeesOe T4ensee 0
lb U. UAUSWE@E..
Wmsse e,s.~ I
m. W. uvifT,
Are bpst reac b the Co on
runs two trains day fro M m
with4it change. hese ai s
direc6 or make close nnec o
for at parts of Texas, 0 aho
*and I jdian Territory.
* T. WORT.
if you want to fin d a od borne '*
In Texas, where bi crops are
raised and where pe le prosper.
write for a copy of ou handsome
booklets, " Homes in t e South
west" and "Through T xas with
a Camera." Sent free to any
body who is anxious to bette r his
*nerest paid on 41pt)si's in~ the .:txr.:a
)partment -t, the raef 4 perc; :
~tr an3huri fromt da e of de.pou a:
~APITA1. - --550,000 CO
( WV MmN:u L. W. iI.Ov'.
:O S. MC'WER ' '. SI}
.1. '-lnSoN. W. 11. HUN.r
TJ \'f ). '1 LK I N A iU) Pr1 i,.~1,
Southbound. i thbound
Schcdule in Effact August 25th 1901
8 40 am Lv Atlanta (s.A.L) Ar. 8 50 pm
10 50 am Athens 6 19 pm
11 55 am Elberton 5 17 pm
12 :8 pm Abbeville 4 05 pm
1 22 pm Greenwood 3 35 pm
2 15pin Ar Clinton (Din'r) Ly. 2 45 pm
10 00 am Lv,(lenn Springs Ar 4 00 pm
12 i prr 8partanburg 9 30 pm
12 22 pm Grenv4ile S 25 pm
1 12 pm W Vtarin 21 %pm
I 1 : : t r Laur ''i ?1r'r) T.V . 7 pr'
1 . Fri y t
Ex Sur. Ez $i.r.
f!! u0y2 i.v iaureto-.0 + ' ('
6' 2 7'' P'rks A r 142 4 '
t;4 2 2, Ev'. I 430
.0. 2: '"1 1t~~h'; 1217 8I5
7t.S 2. : .Kmsn3r. a 4
17 249 -iary.. 1l5 331
72G 251 ..pa. 0 32
800 310 !viwberry 1246 800
s. 2 3 21 erosperity 1282 222
g8 42 384 ....8Ii1 S.... 1.22324
8 55 3 39 [.t Mountain 1119 10
9 15 3 51 ...Cbapin... 1109 139
9 24 357 Hilton 1209 129
9 29 4 01 White Book 1 50 124
937 4(7 Ballentine 1154 11
9.52 4 17 .....Irmo..... 1146 100
1' 02' 423 ..Leaphart., 1140 148
i(I30 4 4ArColuXlbiaLv 1120 12380
4 55 LvColnm bia (A .O L. )Ar 1110
9 20 Ar Charleston Lv 7 00
Trains 53 and 52 arrive and depart from
new union depot.
Trains 22 aid 85 from A. C. L. freightdepotetGrastrt
For Rates, Time Tables, or further informs
tion call on any Agent, or write to
W. G. HILDS, T. M. ERSONI,
WG President. Traffie Xanaver.
!. F. LIVING)STON, en. KI. EM_R8Oa
80t. A4t. ''1ml .I Gen'lFrt.&PaIUAgt.
ATLANTIC COAST LINE !
Wzzlaaa'rR, N. C., 'nly 2lot.161
ThrouR b Trains Charleston to Gir" envil.
No. 22. No.5.
7.00 am.....Lv ~.Charleston, 8. C...... LT 9.30
8.35 am..Lv.Laie....~......Ar '6.20 ,i
9.50 at .....Lv....9mter................Ar 45QpD"
11.10 am... ... Columbia .....Lv .45 Pm
p2.29 am....... Prosperity. m....Lv 2.24 pm
12.42 ptr......Ar....Newbe3ry......Lv:.2,.0 pinmr
1.2.5 pm ... Ar....Clinton...:.... .....Lv i.6pte
1.47 pm. Ar. Laurent........L 2.10.pm
6.25 pmS.....Ar.treenvile.Lv 12.29 pi
9.8tj cm....Ar ...partanburg ..._.LV 12'lpm
FROM COLUMBIA. S. C. ~
o. 53 ArrineSut.r615 v d dertO fom
Dai:q 4.35 r n ; Florence 7. Opa ;D tiPtOll
4.65 .4. Spn;H rsvle.?AOpvi;BeneetR
.-. ii1e9.?Q7 pm; iibon14.0pL;F e" f '
0.1pn,; Wlmintownunn pde;p
W ecky Mount str .4be ; Weldde Iet0so
Pott sbrg 8. an; ofchronte 4fr lms
t W i c ia on n 4an; ew orko t.
Arri'. e &u ter " an; Florence 9 8
an; Da. ingt. n ..C. am; Cheraw 11.45
Trm; W adesboro l50 ps t artuvie.
i... am; ".. arlon . C.i .....A 9
11. 0 p..... ar.....to lb i.......L p .4; Rocm
.2 pm .' ... .....i nt; ...;;.. ....L 5t p .
8.3 cm ..r ... tnurg ....m;Rch nT ....L 1-.pm
Puo 5 Arri 'eeSmtgirN.15 nO; GoT6f~6
DaLyL L.5n ; Pgoeric 7.wYrktoft;a Ob
FP '. ile 9., pm;~e etbo,14 pwr ;tt-e
W i: J 0.'g5 pe nas W1 .Wimington
WT. hi.resn onr7.5 -anaeYrk WI.SLpa .
Arrhi. e e-un &t 8.2Man loenc 9.
a tn ;. Dalntn108.m hea 4
4riv pu ;snioay...t.evuJ 42-. pm;
sion......5:pWi .5- 7pnP
L aure.4 pm; Biehmo 7.0 ptam
W1eaSringn : 40 p p;Ne Yor 71am
W .e.ndenv..as. AA, Wpmign
Leav A.sEhervon,le. .. 7rapmagr,W
AGreea nil Ash.eviHe6p 1h46p
LArve Ata(............0 233p m 2 55 p m,,.
A rieGreenwood...........12 441pn 74......
LaeAnderson .................. 7 5.
Laur ena..........1 pm 10 ars
aerloo bi.). 111pm .......
ArieGreenville.......1 2p S8 anp~
Glenn Springs... 400p m.......
Spartanburg..... 810 3 901 p m
Hrenrville....2 25m ........
A shev (' i lle............. 7 5p m .......
Lea ewseill........:.70m.......... i
ndGreenvile......12arabr 15npd I45enn
Laurery n. L...... .....llwaym6. pa
Frvey Waternloo(. w.)..288pm '.......
New er. ......... .Th 12 42 m.
Arrive GeenvAI4OiA........ 3 96lla.
G'en Srin.... 4LE pi.
Spartanbo.r12 ......... . 11pmo
Green911........Be.o 82 1p)
Ari- lit... ...... ..ev.... . 2.. 3 p0 .
Newber.... ........... , 06 p
C.l4 b......r.........4 80-m.
4 . AaSpri2gs:
S oct. ..Wro ewb U ryon.ia -.umi
Folregnna rino rton. Bewr t -iii
vE prNEee-' WoLveArS train .f Pas meas
T.V1 I. te o s. siTfe dieota nagess
jE. pc.e BBA TiE, orecei r
Wil n-0 Eseop at ne oloi1902. on t
. o aewen JerpsengersW Pnne.
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2hi p8r9parat....nrontain al........3 4
2ges5 9t a0 ...inderisso all... ... ds 45
...... 9 giv....estu d--rie nd... never
.... f.o 9 r9 wan......... envr......... sen tv
....... d8 of ......... er.......... hav ee
...... afe ever.. y....dhing............. . 1
.n with weak.... .Wstmachn ........ on It4
'irs doe rlievs. dit unecesar.0
ures ll somac tri.u tI
reliedoilG byEn~fr 0. Beln& tofill
Wila * s~toa theI foloingttinst
housands of dyspeptics have been
ured after everything else failed. is i
nequalled for the stomach. Child
m with weak stomachs thrive on it.
'irst dose relieves. A dietunnerdwary.
lures aH stomach trouMes
re_pared,only by E. C3W3rr >gOhiggo