FORTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL SESSION HELD
Annual Address Delivered By Rev. A. J.
Stokes, D. D., of Charleston
Board Of Managers Report
-A Good Attendance.
The Historical Society of the
South Carolina Conference held its
forty-seventh annual session in
Central Methodist Church last
The Society was organized for
the purpose of collecting and pre
serving the history of Methodism,
and has been and is doing an ex
cellent work. The officers for 1902
05 have been chosen as follows:
President-Rev. H. B. Browne. c
First Vice-President-Rev. C. B.
Second Vice-President-Rev. M.
L. Carlisle, D. D.
Secretary and Treasurer-Rev.
G. E. Stokes. t
Curator-Prof. D. D. Wallace, i
These officers constitute the
Board of Managers.
The exercises last night were
opened with devotional exercises, e
with prayer led by Rev. J. S. (
The annual address was delivered
by Rev. A. J. Stokes, D. D. The
isbject was "The Epiphany of
.Woman." The address, which is I
published in full in this paper, is a b
scholarly production. full of elo
quent thought, and in diction h
beautiful. The speaker, Rev. Mr.
Stokes, is well known in Newber. g
ry, having served the Newberry e
Circuit in 1882. and Newberry
Station in 1894 and 1895. 2
The Board of Managers sub- 1i
mitted the following report:
REPOR OF BOARD OF MANAGERS.
The material collected the past
year was larger in bulk than ever C
before, and much of it will be of
muh value to the Society and to
the future historian
We nominate J. Fuller Lynn, C
Esq._to deliver the next annual t
H. B. BRaYVVNE,
C B. SMITH,
For the Board.
Rev. J. C. Youngue was elected r
S&iretary and Treasurer to succeed n
Rev. Mr. Stokes, deceased.
The following new members were p
elected: F. Emory Hodges, Levi L. '
Inbinet, Jno. T. McFarlan, Bob G.
Mutrphy, Emmett F. Scoggins,
Henry S. Singleton, Robt. L.
Trnesale,J. G. Huggins, B H
Rawls, J. A. Peeler, F. M. Dukes,
-A number of interesting dona
tions of historical value were made
to tbe Society. Among these was
a gavel made from the timber of
the~ house in which Bishop Asbury
died, and a picture of .the house,
pI!fted by Bisbop Duncan.
BihpDuncan made a very in
terestinig talk, emphasizing the
value of the relics which . had been
presented as ties binding the mem
bers to the past and as inspirations]
VARIOUS ANDT ALL ABOUT.
Bave you an ad. in the daily?.
The windows at the bookstore present
-a boliday appearance.
Mr. R.-J. Miller went to Columbia
yesterdlay. He will return today. 4
Supritedet Eugene S. Werts
went to Columbialastnight ou business.
He.will return today.
Thore was almost a general suspen-I
sion of b'siness in Newberry yesterday
.on account of the rain.(
Signet Chapter Royal Arch Masons
held a meeting last night for the pur
pose of conferring degrees.
The Mayor tried a negro for stealing
a pair of pauts yesterday morniug. $10
or 2G days was the sentence.
Revs. Geo. A. Wright and N. N. Bur- c
ton are attending the Baptist Conven
tion in Greenville this week.(
Dr. R. G. Hardin, of Columbia, is on
one of his professional visits to New
berry. His headquarters are at Hair's
Great Sachem J. H. Hair has his
hands full of correspondence these days
concerning the organization of new
tribes of Red Men.
Mrs. Alice Herndon Corrie, Mrs. L.
D. Connor and Miss Lou Connor, of
Cokesbury, are Conference visitors at
Dr. E. C. Jones'.
Our readers should patronize those '
who are willing to help on an enter-t
prise. Patronize those who advertise
in The Daily Herald.
The dearth in theatrical attractions
is due to cancellation of dates. The
management expects some fine shows
in the near future.
Last night was the time for the regu
lar meeting of Cateechee Council Im
proved Order of Red Men, but owing to
the inclemency of the weather, no
meeting was held.
It is whispered that the citizens of
Laurens will take the Conference in a
body on an excursion to that city to
morrow to view the site that they pro
pose to tende for the Methodist Female
IN THE CITY.
WILL VISIT NEWBERRY COTTON MILLS
AND MOLLOHON MILL THIS
Arrived In Special Train Over Columbia,
Newberry and Laurens Railway Last
Night-Will Spend the Morn
ing In the City.
A party of Northern gentlemen, 0
who are at present touring the
South looking after their large cot- t
:on interests, arrived in Newberry i
n their special train, over the it
Jolumbia, Newberry and Laurens a
-ailroad last night. ti
The party consists of Messrs. S. d
4. and C. H. Milliken, dry goods ti
ommission merchant of New ti
fork, and who have interests in b
he South and in the Newberry ~
Jotton Mill; Mr. N. W. Rice, of ti
oston, who has interests in a cot- t}
on mill at Graniteville, S.C.; Mr. h<
.eid, of New Jersey, who is inter- tr
sted in the cotton business in the
orth and also in Alabama ; th
1:essrs. Van Valkenberg and Oth- tr
rman, of New York, and Mr. H. h<
. J. Chisolm, of New York, presi- th
Lent of the International Paper at
These gentlemen will visit the rn
Jewberry Cotton Mill, in which ti
ir. Milliken is largely interested, 0
his morning, and also the Mollo- D
on Mill, in which several other a
entlemen of the party are inter
They will be in Newberry until w
o'clock today, when they will
ave for Laurens.
TODAY'S PROGRAMME. tr
onference to Begin at Ten O'Clock This
The 117th annual session of the South t
arolina Conference will begin in Cen- t
ral Methodist Church at 10 o'clock in
his morning, at which time the sacra
ient of the Lord's supper will be ad- a
Immediately following will come them
all call and organization and the an
ual address of Presiding Bishop W.
The addrs tonight will be delivered i
y H. W. Hamill, of Nashville, Tenn., o,
robably the leading' Sunday School
rorker in the world at the present a~
)ur cost sale
:een in pro
ress for the~
Deen a won= I
And many people
lave been made happy
> being perfectly fit- I
:ed with Up-to-date'
slothing at the cheap!
ist price consistent
ith the most excellent
iuality of Goods ever
old in the city. Those
vho have failed to take
idvantage of this op- ']
>rtunity would call
sarly and see what
wre have for them.
Our stock of Prince (
Mberts for preachers
rill interest the mem
>ers of the South Caro
ia Conference. Wei
'ave them to please'
nd at prices that will
sell them. I
This line is com
plete and Up-to-date in
very particular. We
would hike to have the
people of the county
examine this assort
YOURS TO PLEASE,
E~3J mPif8r Co3
BOARD OF MISSIONS.
IEETINGS HELD EACH DAY DURING
SESSION OF CONFERENCE.
tepresentations From Presiding Elders
!Heard Yesterday-Several Recom
mendations of Interest to Be
Made to Conference De..
Much of the Conference, just as in
11 large deliberative bodies, is done
utside of the Conference through
oards and committees.
One of the most important boards of
Ze Conference is the Board of Missions.
t meets before the Conference and is
i daily session throughout Conference
rd frequently meets after the work of
ie Conference has been finished.
This board held two meetings yester
iy, and heard representations from
ie Presiding Elders concerning domes
c missions in several districts. The
)ard is charged with entering on new
ork and arranging new charges.
Just now the board is interested in
ie centres of the mill districts where
rere is great and urgent demand for
,lp. The efforts to help in these dis
icts are to some extent handicapped
r the fact that the mill districts are
rgely filled by people moving from
te country charges and thus the coun- I
y charges are weakened and need
lp also, and are asking for it from
e mission board.
This board annually appropriates
out $19,000 to the work of domestic
issions in South Carolina, and at the 1
eeting yesterday fixed the appropria
)ns for the Charleston District, the
rangeburg District, the Rock Hill
istrict and the Sumter District, the
ipropriations remaining practically the
me as last year.
Considerable advance is asked for in
e Columbia District on account of the
:rk at Winnsboro and North Augusta.
THE EVENING SESSION.
At the session of the Board held last
ght appropriations for all the Dis
icts, except the Columbia District,
An active missionary canvass was
anned for full mission collections, to
complish which it was decided to ap
int a Conference Missionary Secre
ry; to hold a mid-year meeting in the
terest of missions; to make quarterly
yments to Domestic Missionaries,
Ld to publish a list of charges with
nounts paid during the past year for
issions, in the order of percentage
The board will recommend the ap
intment of a missionary secretary;
e holding of mid-year missionary
eetings; the publication of the charges
ranged in the order of the percentage
tid for foreign and domestic missions
at year and will strive to arrange for
Rev. Dr. W. W. Daniel is chairman
ivite a careful inspec
tion of their Large
and and Choice
Stock of Goods com
prising Dry Goods,
Shoes, Rugs, and
Portiens, etc., etc.
verything first class as
we endeavor at all
times to keep clear
of shoddy. Our line
of Dress Goods is up
to date in every par
ticular, style, ma
terial, colors. etc.
'rimmings and Linings
to suit the maost fas
tidious. In Millinery
we take special pride
and pleasure, and
can safely g arantee
satisfaction to our
)ur Shoe Stock is of the'
largest in the city
and we handle noth
ing which .we can
not represent as be
ing of the very best
for the price put up
ro the members of the
Conference we ex
tend a special invi
tation to make all
the use of our place
which they may de
si re. We h av e
several desks with
stationery at their
service. Come and
We wish to extend
hearty greeting to Min
isters, Laymen, and
Delegates who are now
gathering in our city,
and in doing so, invite
each and every one of
them to call and ex
amine our stock of
:hat we are now open
ing, consisting of all
and an endless variety
>f delicacies suitable
In our RESTAURANT we serve
-ou with luscious Norfolk Oysters in
All are cordially invited to give
Is a call.
S. B. Jones,
Headquarters' for Good Things.
From now until after Xmas
you will be looking for all kinds
of delicacies aad substantials for
your table, and we wish to call
your attention to our well se
lected and full stock of such
r ~ -1, 2and 5lbs.,
ruit Cready for the
ranberries, Celery, Saratoga
hip., Extracts, Spices, Raisins
All kinds Green and Dried Fruits,
janned Meats, Fish and Vegetables.
Send in yourorders or ring up
a a stoek we can serve
on well. Yours truly,
AND HAIR TONIC,
ures Dandruff, Stops Falling
of Hair, Cleanses the Scalp,
Promotes a Good Growth
Price 590. Bottle,
NEWBERRY. - S.C
DONE AT THE
while in the city,
Work brought in
before 9 o'clock
will be delivered
We would be please
to have you call an
* ee our work.
The best sight in town
is our Handsome Stock
of Holiday Goods which
includes the pick of the
market fn Bright, Fresh,
New Styles, and Novel
ties for the Christmas
Season, and we are
waiting to show it to you.
It will give you new ideas
to see our Holiday line.
It is easy to select from
because it contains
everything to make
people happy whether
they are young or old.
Christmas Gitts and
plenty of them are ready
and waiting for your in
spection, To look
through our Line is a
pastime. To price the
Goods is a pleasure. To
possess them is a privil
ege. Come and see the
best in town in the new,
the novel and the beati
ful. It is the stock to
please the many and
save the money of all
who come. You'll trade
with us simply because
you can't duplicate the
goods or the prices in
your wants may be we
can meet them with the
most desirable and satis
factory selections. Our
attractive Holiday Dis
play awaits your inspec
tion. We are glad to
welcome visitors and
pleased to show our
goods. We are glad to
have you come and look
whether you buy or not.
Mayes' Book Store.
P. S. We sell Waterman's
Pens. Bagster's Bibles at
from $1.00 up, Bound Books
at from 10c. up.
MAYES' BOOK STORE.
Styles and Sizes
and in the' most beauti
ful designs now on exhi
bition at W. S. Melton's.
Prices extremely low.
Just the thing for Holi
China and Glassware of
all descriptions, ,and all
the descriptions are
beautiful. Prices to suit
the humblest and most
exalted at W. S. MELTON'S,
Store is a thing of beauty
and a joy to all those
seeking Holiday Pres
ents, made so by the
beautiful line of exquis
ite Lamp, China, and
Glassware in his store.
It is a rare treat just to
look at his stock.
"Just the Thing
that I want for " is
the comment made by
everyone seeking Xmas
Presents in the shape of
Lamps and Chinaware
who visits W, S. Melton's store.
The beauty of it is that all
tof the above lines of China and
Glassware are to be sold at ac
1 W. White's Old Stand.
To buy your
Etc. at Lowest
Forks, Etc., Etc.
and Forks, Ham
Guns, Shells, Shot, Powder.
Caps, Wads, Etc.
Brass and Iron Shovel and
Tongs, Brass and Iron
Hatchets, Saws and Full
Line of General Hardware,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
Pa|is, Oils, Etc.
The S. W. Paint, the best
that is sold on this market
will go further, last longer
than any other brand. Its
fame has gone broad cast
and all users know it is
To meet your friends at our
store, It's conveniently located.
We'll try to make it agreeable
for you. We won't expect you
to buy. But while you're here
you may see something you
want. Will be glad to supply
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