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ROLL OF CONFERENCE.
Smith, J A Arthur Kible
at Central bote
Strauss, H C Dr W G Housea
Williams, Geo W Will not atten
Williams, H P Eduard Scholt
Wannamaker, J E will not atten
Woods, C A Dr J K Gilde
Wimberly, J S W L Reighle
Wbitmire, J M T J Haye
Wallace, D D W H Wallac
Williams, R C R C William
Following is the roll, the name
of hosts being arranged in alpha
betical order :
Aull, E H J W Danie
J L Danie
Boozer, Mrs D L S D Baile;
Bouknight, J R E F Scoggin
W R Buchanai
Bouknight, C M J I Spink
GPPenn;
Bouknigbt, 8,K Wm Rul
I N Ston,
Brown, A T Jno 0 Willsoi
Blease, Mrs E F N 0 Ballenge
J L Ra:
Blease, Cole L J A Cel:
J C Ott
Bedenbangb, W P L L Bedenbongl
Boyd, hey D P WAria
D PBoy(
Bowers, J M JHNolan
Boyd, F M Geo MBoy4
Dr J DSftire;
Bnd,MrsCF WCWin
*TBOwei
Baxter, P F BBake
S J Bethei
J C Yongu
R A Yongui
BishPj C W 3 M Lawsot
3 E Cartei
at Mrs Cook'i
Bynum, Mrs M F M A Haynesworti
3J C bandlei
- Bowman, CA -M BKelIle]
L LN L Princ
;- Blsckwelder,3J A GOC Leonarc
F H Shule
300%IoothA H S HBoott
~ at Mrs. Glenn'E
Bsrre,JM W EBari
;q Cr Eomer; Dr George B B H Jones
D A Phillip
CJapman,JW D A Caibru
B W Spegei
Ohappeli,SWJEBethei
at Cta Yoteu
M arte1ul
M ul rs F A WHaeri
* JCoChandsei
at Cenral ho
Carlise, MA Be
Cromer,eDr George
Cappeo, C HW ouwr
~ Cabaniab,aE
CulbreaWh,soi
~~ Cook, Mrs C JLtoe
D)ook, Herbert BPHto
Orotwel,P APePe
Davis,C BLadB
Gm C Ler
R E arrouE
Davis,BD APhillipi
EJWCSpelgner
JG HWgginh
Dickr, D AJno Manningc
WJ KnBllock
at Centrall hote:
Day,Cap W HPer Sores
Domiick 30W J Waydl
W S Zimera
W D Qardi
Eddy, WW M Dunear
Eddy, WoBnDAncaS
Grteo Bte]
Te Jr Whte
Evan, BM 3J VNDvih
J M Brabhu
Earhardt JnoGWo H Waekit
Epp,JLLACStokes
at Ceta Hotol
J A Geeler
Eptiog,GJBC-Stolbe
at Crowl Potel
EptiRg,EStachouse
AJR Pillops
H B R.eyd
~war, WF DviG W Davs
DEberrt, Dr W Jo McDaonl
aJ Notwers'ote
J A Woode
Eatinpo, 0D R P T h.rips
Domiick,JBRTuLrit
CW Burers
j'ulmer, WWAD Quickl
Eddyli,W H HRa M' DuBee
Floyd L WW H Goodon
at Crotwel hotel
Evgans, 3 H J G UikCald
At Newberry hotel
Gilde, J K C ADibbde
Gaggans, J C J G Cainkscales
A W Summers
A Newberry hotel
nader. J K C A Woods
Dr it J Bigham
Dr V R Lambuth
Dr P H Whisner
r Hunt, W H D O H'rbert'
1 11 B Carlisle
, Hair, J H P C ( arris
I at (entral hotel
z Holmes, 0 McR N B Clarkson
(G F ClArk,on
r Huiett, Mrs M A (' D Mann
y J W Speake
s Houseal, Dr W (Y A B Earle
e,T t O'Dell
s Dr R Y McLeod
B C Strauss
Houseal, W P Dove Tiller
N L Wiggins
Hutchison, T W J D Frierson
(, W (atlin
1 Herbert, Rev W I T G Herbert
T Grigsby Herbert
(' C Herbert
a Walter I Herbert
R T Caston
s Halfacre, Dr J C D T Evans
y B G Collins
I Hipp, Edward R E Olin Watson
e at Newberry hotel
3 Harmon, T F Geo T Harmon
Geo T Harmon Jr
Jesse A Rushton
y Hornsby, Mrs J D J S Beasley
s D D Dantzler
W A Clarke
W W Jones
1 Hornsby, W W T J Clyde
A J Stafford
Hodges, W W E T Hodges
H Hayes, T J - .J H,Burgess
Hunter, Henry 0 'W E Wiggins
0 N Rountree
.J M Whitmire
Jamieson, 0 M Geo C Hodges
S% Newberry hotel
Jamieson, W A W H Hodges
T E Morris
Jones, Dr E C J B Marshall
E K Moore
Jones, Sam B H H Newton
OBRiley
Jones, L W Henry Stokes
AElHoller
3 Jones, A C O A Darby
B G Murphy
Julien, B E P B Ingram
J N Isom
Johnstone, Alan J D Carter
J R Curlee
Kibler, Dr J M 'W A Fairey
.J H Lesesne
Johns'one, Mrs Geo E Z James
at Mrs Ruff's
Kibler, JW ~ KS Eocbs
at'Crotwell hotel
Kibler, .iur J A Smith
Kinard, J M J W Humbert
J B Humnbert
Kettner, 0 J L Tyler
J M Riddle
:at C,entral hotel
Lake'Mrs Emma. IOL Durat
M W Hook
J3 A White
.J DFooshe
McCaughrin, J N E M McKissick
at Crotwell hotel
Livingston, Ji D S. J C Roper
GW Gruber
Leslie EH AS8Leslie
Lvingsto, DA J W Ekins
B F Keller
Lominick, R B T M Dent
J M Friday
Lane, Mrs HY J KMcCiin
at Mrs Cook's
Langford, AJ S. A TDunlap
W S Martin
Langford, Geo & ~ R W Barber
T FGibson
Mayer, Dr OB. OL McCain
at Cro%well hotel
Martin, Mrsr.Bernice W T Duncan
R M Lofton
McCarty,. Will M .R Hamer
at Crotwell hotel
McCulough, Dr J H T L Belvin
S M Jones
McCl,nt.e , Dr. EP J WKilgo
P F Kilgo
McIntosh, Dr Jas Dr W 3 Murray
Dr 3 F Pearce
MeWhirter, Gec I C Geo W Walker
A C Walker
- ~WM Stokes
McCrary, T J; J W Hamnel
D WV Keller
g crotwell hotel
Mayes, W l D M McLeod
-P B Wells
Mann,. W S J C Welch
- W C Gleaton
Manp,, Jo [ S H arris
J1 C Campbell
,e~had,.TE W CKelly
Mahon-,3F.W W Lewis
N S McLeod
Merha, WE ,J FLyon
at Mrs Co'ok's
Merant, S C M L Banks
at Oentral hotel
Mo er, Geo 8 J A Rice
C B Smithb
T C Duncan
WV J Montgomery
Melton, WV S E P Taylor
at Crotwell hotel
Morris, E Y R E Wood
at Cre twell kotel
Neel, Mrs JP -H L singh ton
at Central oe
Pool, T C WV BJustus
.J A McCullough
Peiham, Dr W E: . J W Shell
Dr T Hl Law.
Pope, Y J Dr James.Atkinls
Dr H M [Hamnill
A N Brunson
J E Carisle
MX M Ferguison
B M Grier
J E Grier
J F Anderson
Dr J J Tigert
TOr R S Beekaiam
P irer, Capt A lV E M Merritt
at M rs Willie Ruff's
P ifer, D Fair E A Wilkes
a' Mrs Rutt's
Parks, T A 0 A Murray
J T Miller
Paysinger, B T M F Dukes
B H Rawls
Perry, R C A H Best
Gus Hoffmeyer
Rutf, Mrs Willie M S Merchant
N K Melton
A J Stokes
W S Stokes
Reeder. J W W H Murray
J P Inabinet
Russell, Fred J R H Jenningj
Righiey, W L !'oster Sp-er
J S Wimberly
Rikard, H I R W Humphries
.1 E Strickland
Summer, Geo W W P Meadors
Marion Darg4n
Summer, J A .1 T Fowler
L P McGee
Summer, .J H R S Truesda:e
R S Nicklos
Summer, C E .J T Macfarlane
at Central hotel
Smith, Dr Van Dr W E Anderson
H T Crook
Smith, R D P L Kirton
at Central hotel
Simmons, .1 W M J E Beard
Dr C F Reid
Stoddard, Mrs Mary J. C Counts
at Mrs E F Blease's
Salter, J Z J K Inabinet
at Central hotel
Sale, G G .1 F Breeden
at Crotwell hotel
Scott, Sherod W L Gault
J F Way
Scholtz, Eduard W J Rodgers
H P Williams
Shealey, J P J A Graham
Schumpert, 0 L W H Hardin
Speers, L M M J Gilchrist
at Central botel
Taylor, .J M W T Patrick
C M Peeler
Thomasson, A C W C Smith
.J B Weldon
Todd, J F O M Abney
N K Melton
Todd, H E W A Betts
S T Blackman
Tarrant, W T J D Crout -
J M Steadman
Wicker, J M E H Beckbam
E Z James
Wicker, T V J W Bailey
F E Hodges
L S Inabinet
W H Wroton
Wicker, J H R R Dagnall
J B Tray wick
W A Wimberiv
W L Pickens
A M Boozer
Witaker, Rev H W G R Whitaker
W H Thrower
.J N Wright
M M Byrd
West, C M A M Chreitzberg
L M Hamer
West J H A J Caut heu'
West, J1 A Quinby
Geo W Dukes
H J Cauthen
Wooten, S J W W Daniel
at Crotwell botel
Wright, Rev Geo) A W A Rogers
A B Watson
Wright, R D M L Carlisle
J M Rogers
H N Snyder
Wright, Mrs Mary F~
Bishop W WV Duncan
WVilliamson, Rev J L WV A Massebeau
J WV McLeod
Wilson, Oscar B M Robinson
G R Shaffer
Wilson, F Z C C Featherstone
- Jno F Bolt
Wilson, J C J L Harley
H IJudy
Williams, Rev R C C B Burns
P A Hodges
at Crotwell hotel
W elch, Dr S G E S Jones
S A Nettles
Welch, R H Edward Ebrlich
Wallace, WV H- W B Wharton
R SHiIll
D D Wallace
Werts, E S .B .J Guess
WV A Pitts Ca]
W hite, J1 W J B Campbell Suw
,J A Campbell~
C WV Creighton C
WV R Richardson wi
Weeks, Dr C D A J Cauthen, Jr
Wilbur, E B J E Mahaffey
- S D Vaughan of
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an accident happens is a bottle of
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ME)
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is no guess work i
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pus and Profits - 96,865.88
~eral banking business eransacted~
romptness. Special attention tc
cions. Correspondence solicited.
Savings Department.
>esits allowed interest at the rate
per cent per annum from date oi
ost. Interest payable January 1si
ly 1st of each year.
M. A. CARLISLE, Prest.
T.* .S DUNCAN, Cashier.
J W. M. SIMMONS. Asst. C'r
Dr WoleySENT r to 1.
PAIN.Ers of morpine
PlUticla* o* home or
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5Full Bottles $9.70. 25 Full
oscrew in every box. Your mon
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U
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Mexican Mustang Liniment.
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tbout it ; if this lin
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BLUE RIDGE RAILROAD
S. C. BEAlTIB, Receiver.
In Effect June 8 1902.
netween Anderson and Walhalla.
EASrBOUND. WROTBOU1D.
ARRIVE. LEAVE.
Mixed. Mixed
No. 9. No. 12 Stations. No. 11 No. 9
P. X. A. M. P. M. A. M
3 10 955...............Belton............... 3 20 10 60
2 48 9 33........Anderson F. D......... 3 40 11 10
2 45 9 30........ Anderson P. D........ 3 45 1115
........ 9 25........W est Anderson...... 3 49 ........
....... 9 09...............Denver............ 3 59 .... .
........ 90-2...............Autun............ 4 05 ........
........ 8 55 ...........Pendleton .......... 4 ....
........ 8 47 .............Cherry........ 4 18 ........
........ 8 44 .......A da .s.......... 42' ........
... 8 28 .....Jo dania Ju et ...... 43 ......
. 8 2)...............%eneca.......... 4 .5
80'1....... ..W est Union ........ 5:4 ........
........ 8 00 ........... W alballa ............ 6 0 ...
All regular tr:.ins froui Belton to Walhaia,
have precedence over trains of same clkss
n oving in the opposite directton unless oflh
erwise specified by trai-i order.
Will a .o stop at th 1 following s'atlons to
tak? on and let oft passengers: Phinney's
J 4mes and Sandy Springs.
J. tt. AN UMttsN. Superintendent
Charleston and" estern Carolina WY Co.
Augusta and Ashevillo Short Line.
Schedule In Effect July 6, 1902.
Leave Augusta.. .......10 a m 2 55 p m
Arrive Greenwood...........12 44 p m .......
gAnderson .............. 710p m
Laurens............... 1 45 p m 10 30 am
Waterloo (H. 8.)... 1 12 p m .............
Greenville............12 22 p m 9 30 am
Glenn Springs...... 4 45 pm .............
=8partanbunrg..... .... 8 30op m 9 0(' a m
Saluda............ .p.m... ........... 330pm
Hendersonville..... 6 03 p m .............
Asheville............... 7 15 p m .............
Leave.Asheville............... 7 05p m ......
Spartanburg .........12 01 a m 330 p m
Glenn Springs......10 00 a)m .......
Greenville ..........12 15 p m 145 p m
Laurens. ........ 2 05 p m 6 30pm
Arrive Waterloo(B.S.)... 2 33 p m ............
Greenwood............ 2 51 p m 7 45 pm
Leave Anderson ........................... 7 25 a m
Augusta................ 5 20p m 11 85 a m
Leave Columbia............... 1120 am
Newberry........... 12 42 pm
Clinton . 125 pm
Arrive Greenville............. 8 25 pm
Spartanburg ........ 3 30 pm
Glenn Springs...... 4 00 pm
Leave Glenn Springs...... 10 00 am
Spartan burg........ 1201 pm
Greenvilla............. 12 15 pm
Arrive Clinton................. 2 22 pm
Newberry.............. 8 06 pm
Columbia............. 4 3u pm
Fastest and Best Line between Newberry
and Greenville, Spartanburg and G'enn
Springs:
Connections from Newbe ry via Columbia
14ewberry and Laurens Railway.
For any information write.
ERNEST WILLIAMS, Gen. Pase. Agt.
Auqusta, Ge.
T. M. E r - u Traffic Manager.
CoimMaIgwhf,&LauI.L01
(E istern Standard Tin e.)
Southbound. Northbound.
Schedule in Effect August 26th 1902
8TATIO " S.
8 40 am Lv Atlanta (s.A.L) Ar. 8.50 pm
10 50 am Athens 6 19 pm
t1 to am Elberton 5 17 pm
12 iS pm Abbeville- 4 0' pm
1 22 pm Greenwood 3 35rn
2 lopA. Ar Clinton (O1_n'r)_ Ly. 2 43 pm
(0.Aw 0.)
10 00 am Lv Glenn 8prings Ar 4 00 pm
12 15 pra !$Dartanburgt 8 30 pm
r2 2jpm Greenville 8 25pm
1 12.pm Watrloopi 23 8pm
1 4z ;m ar Laurens (Din'r) Lv 2 -7 po
22 53 52 85
Daily Frt Dly Ft
Ex Sun .Ex Bun
8 00 2O2 Lv Laurens AriS 1505
6130 207 " Parks Ar 1 42 4 t0
6 40 123 ..Clinton.. 1830 4380
6 58 284 Godville 117 8 51
7 08 2 48 ..Knard.. 1 10 8340
7 17 1 49 ...Gary... 105 8 81
7 26 2 54 ..Jalapa.. 1 00 3 22
800 310 liewberry 1248 300
8 25 3 21 Prosperity 11 82 2 22
8 42 334 ....811ghbs.... 12 28 202
8 56 339 Lr.Mountain 12 19 1 56
9 15 8651 ...Chapln... 12 09 i:i'4
9 24 3657 Rilton l1202 1 29
9 29 4 01 White Rock 13 6 124
98) 4 (7 Ballentine 1164 1 15
9 52 4 17 ......rmo..... 11 46 '0
10 02 4 2' ..Leaphar... 11 40 12#4
10830 4 4ArUolmblaLvl1320 :? .
4 53 LvColumbia (..L.)Ar 11 -1
6290 Sumter 965
9 20 A r Charleston Lv 7 u
Trainm 53 and 52 arrive a- d depart from
new union depot
Trains 22 ard 8i from A. C. L. freight '1 pot
West Gervais street
For Rates, Time Tables, or flurther informa
tion call on any Agent, or write to
W. G. CHILDS, T. if. EMERSON,
President. Traffic Manager
I. F. LIVINGST!ON, H. if. II.MERSO M.
Bot. Agt. GIen'1 Frt.& Pas ?gt.
Columbia. S. C. Wilminaton. N 0
ATLANTIC COAST LINE!
CONDENSED SCHEDTTLE.
WILMING'oN, N. C., Jy 21st, '9162.
Through Trains Charleston to Greenvlle
No. 52. No.568.
7.00 am.....Lv...Charleiton, 8.C......Ar 9.20 pm
8.35 am..Lv....Lane&.................Ar 6.2o pm
9.50 am.....Lv.....8umter..................Ar 4 55pm
11.10 am.....Ar....olumba......Lv 8.45 pm
12.29 am..Ar..Pr ......... Lv 2.24 pm
12.42 pm.....Ar....... rry......Lv 2, 0 pm
1.25 pm.....Ar....... inton.....Lv 1.25 pm
1.47 pm.....Ar...Laurens.............Lv 2.10 pm
3.25 pm.....Ar....Greenvlle...Lv 13.22 pm
8.80 m...Ar....partanburg ........Lv 12.15 pm
FROM COLUMBIA, 8. C.
No. 58 Arrive Sumter 6.16 p m; Jeorgetown
Daily 9.l5 p n; Florence 7.50 pn ; Dvrlu'g on
4.65 4.15 p m; Hertsville 9.80 p u Ben nette
P M ville 9.87 i m;WGbsonl10.80 pm;Faye te
yille 10.25 p m; WI'mington 11.28 p n ;
Rocky Mf unt u2.4an ;We!do 1.0an;
Peterab a g 8. 6 a u ;nchmond 4.12 am;
Wishin on7M am;ew York 1.68 ptr
No. 64 Arrive hur, ter 8.20 ant; Florence 9.85
Daty am; Da-tington 10.80 am; Cheraw 11.45
('.55 am; W desboro 2('0 pm: Hartevil e
A if t1.20 am M'arion I0.53 an ; Wilmingtonl
I140 pm zFayettevlle 12-35 pm; Rocky
Mount 3.0) pm; Weldon 4.59 pm; Pe
t r 6ur .44 pm; Richmnond 7.45 pn
Washington 1.40 pm; New York 7.14 am
Pullman Sleeping Cars New Yok to Tamra
Pullman Dining Car New York to Savannah.
For rates, sch-duks, etc ,write
W. J. C.alg ge. Pass. Aet., Wilmington
N C
T. M. Emerson, Traffe Mapager, Wilminug
ton N. C
H. M. Etr erson, Aar,'t TraWecManage, Wil
mngton, N. C.
I Have
Just returned from the North with
a beautiful selection of
Jewelry,
Clocks and
Silverware,
and invite you 811 to inspect them.
Prices Reasonable.
Your Watch and Clock work solic
ited, and work guaranteed.
Thanking you for past favors, and
hoping for a continuance, I am yours
for the money.
Eunrad SOn1ican
Jeweler and Optician.
SEABOARD
Air Line Railway.
NORTH : EAST : SOUTH : WEST
Two DAILY PULLMAN VESTIBULE
LIMITED TRAINS. -
F3ETNEEN SOUTH AND NEW YoRK.
First Class Dining Car
Service.
The Best Rates and Route to All
Eisrirn Uiri'-s via Riebmoud and
%vAshingt,,n, or via Norfolk and
Stoaw-rs To Atlanta Nshdvill..
MArmphi', Loiuisaville, Sr. Lotuih,
Cn ie-to. Now O.1.tr,s, and all
Points South nu.1 S~rdth West
To,4 'av"tntiah, ,~nd Jacs(LonvillP
and all prits or Florid-i and Cuba.
Positively the Shortest
Line letween the
NORTH and SOUTH.
For detailed information, Rates,
Schedules, Pullman Reserva
tions, &c., apply to any Agent
of the SE.4BOARD AIR LINE
RaILWAY or J. J. PULLER,
Trav. Pass Agt., Columnbia, S. C.
C. B. Walworth, A..PA.,
Savannah, Ga.
THE EQUITABLE
Life Assurance Company
Assets Dec. 31, 1901,
$331,039,720.34
Surplus to
Policy Holders
$71,129,042.o6.
Outstanding
Assurance.
$1,179,276,725.00
Absolutely t h e
.Strongest Life As
surance Company in
America when mneas
ured by its Surplus.
Insures both men and
women. If you are
not assured, or if you
are not fully assured,
tak'e a policy in The
EQUITABLE.
ARTHUR KIBLER, A i .,
Newberry, S. C.
-W HISKEV
OF
ALL F
(INDS R UPOE
"Secal Brand" Corn Whiskey, $ 1.25
"PoulaLg'' Corn Whisky 1.50
Mllow............. 2.00
Private Stock"4-qt. cae. 2.50
Private Stock," 12-qt. case. 7.00
HtingCrek"Rye1 qtcase .1.00
appleBrandy. .. .. .. .. ....2.50
Charge of 25e. for 1-gal., 35c. for
-gal., and 45e. for -al ugs, arnd 76e.
or 4 1-2-gal. kegs; whe returned pre
aid, they will be taken back at cost.
J. C."SOMERS & GO., ils.,
TATES VILLE, North CaroHina.
FRIED, STEWED,
BOILED OR RAW~
Tenderloin Steak,
Fish, Game, Ham
and Eggs, Etc.
COOKED
IN FIRST-CLASS MANNER:
And Served on Short
- Notice at -
S. B. JOPES'
RESTAURANT.
80EDULE [9 E:FFECT AFTER JU?E 9, 190 .
Daily--Except Sunday.
.v Glenn Sprlags....... ............ ... 9 00 a
aoe buck......................... 9 45sm
aob c ... ................. .... 4 05
Lmprabrg . .I5u
trebucprings..''''*-. -'' .. 406
Ar Glenn Springs.-........446
~H 8 Siupso Presid,

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