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LARGE CROWDS ATTENDED j
?I ON SUNDAY i
WAS FOUNDED IN
THE YEAR 17901
And During Long Intervening Per- j
tod Has Played Important Part
tn Religious Affeirs
The dedicatory exercises of Good
hopo Presbyterian church at iva on
Sunday morning was an event of
witte interest. The church, which
with 'the,Sunday .school room bas a
large seating capacity, was well ?Hi
ed, there 'being-: In the congregation
people from nearly every section of
?The present. Good Hope church
building- wau built and made-ready
for services In 1909, the. last t?d?bt
e?ness being removed in January'of
this year. The - value of the church
property at* present is $15,000. The
piesent building ls .located In the
town of Iv.a and fa tho fourth, bne
erected since the orgaulzation bf the
church ti 1790. ' The. other houses
were ia the . cnunty,r j -..-.?'
."The sermon on,sunday m'oitnln'g
Was preached hy . the Rev. 7. B.
Grew; -D. D., ot Greenwood,' who
took: for the -subject,qf -b's dlBCOunie',
, ".The Value of. a Church In a Com
munity." . ,.'." ':?..
. v The -speakor , stated that the value
ot a - : church v v.-a s ?soire ral fold. abd
discussed first Us economic value. In .
that lt increase:} tho valup of Wel
men and increases the value of. real
estate. .Secondly, he discussed tho
civic value,, which .ho -stated. ..-Nfvas
fpur fold; first, lt is a school for
law,;, and ord?r; seconds a' scboo^ af ;
patriotism; third, a school ot free-',
dom. a'c'd democracy; fourth a "Behool
ot' morality and religion; -Thirdly,
Di'.! Greed discussed the church as
a. social value; fourthly, from an edi
ucatlonal standpoint and finally ita
value ? from a,' religious and spiritual
standpoint. . Tn-conclusion he. show
ed- that the aim .or tho church ia to
make men, to make men new, whole
and perfect, and that this ought to
ba the motto of every church,
Aftqr the serihon tho dedicatory .
exercises proper woro ehteredvlntO by
thb'fpastdnr the;Re^. J. R. MCRco.
and- the Congregation. . i
The following, which, ls; a history
of Ceod Hope, was preparedly. Sen
ator^ ? J. ;; I*. ; Sherard, and y wa? read ;
by !'lm at the last annual mooting
'bf tue Good Hope Memorials associa
tion; "It b6t' only' deals wjth Good
Hopo church;' but also-with ' Roberts
church, tho history ht those being
closely . linked together :
, Mcmodsi Address.: ;
It has heen :said, by a. tatbous ble
tarian that *JohhCalvin was tba vir;
tuai founder, of Am??l?ai." ?The ?lgat* ;
flcaace?and meaning of thia declarar
tlpn lies . in .the fact that ht tho time
ot .the' American -. R?volution our
country. ?whos?o population \ thjsn Was .
bhly 8,000,000, cbnt?med '00O,OQ6 pecV
pie' pf : 'ScotchVlrish v Origin,' 600.000
P?rit4u> pagUshi while .400,0,00 were
otv(Oht?b? <??rmaa 'Ae??rm/and Hague
hot ?det?cent'. , Timi' Iwor^jrds. ot pur,
forefathers-who -Vcu the tight, ipr
Anierlci^.'.tndep?hd?hc?; were follow^
era - ot : Catvhi-^a pious; /.righHIvlngjS
Ql?tWw^-Hlbtcrmliiedv " psej?ty';;'1
wh? did not :.ahrink. from .suffering
' . mid death. in order thattho rb-uta ot
ren aud the principles ot h?rnen .11
b?rtf alight be^eatabilaaed foreviwHJ
npah-thls (Contlh?ttt; Bancroft, ,the..
historian, ; eay*V ; : VCalvinlsm
revolutionary; it>taught:aa a ,divine,
- revelation the" iia!k?4f-*?duaaty of
man.'' . < .' ? . '.':..-. :; .?.
The pid'Bcotch^Irlfch settler h?d
ina spiritual. strength and the deter-\.
. n^hea . power votr wills' to\ accomplish,
whatever, he^?se^?^feia^?ll?airii;tb.?Io'.< He
? wsa^'atttitan^ pos
ses??l: Somethingof;-tae -sternness j-otY: I
the C?yenaVcr cc^tblatd" with the wit-1
ahd/numo? bf the Irish* He may haya- ;
bce&lacldf?s ;?n cultdtc, huit ho ws^?i
always energetic, resourceful,, ehdur- .<
luff, true in timen of peaco, ond. .brave
in' war, ?titbf?jly ho clung to fels?
theological views; tenaciously he; *
-held"to his political pri?eiptesr^a?^'?
' aa^w?*-- ever ?r^adyV>tt;^0''tt?ce^ityiv.?
arose,back up Ina v??wa aad be^ A
Bets .^Huv: the force of arina. S^iri-. .
teaBy ?nd intellectually ho,wi\s, bc- i<
fore and .attar. the ,Rev6lntlo.n. :tM i
dc^i?aai torce itfrAaerleau life.
Th?1 ' stftVlth?:'?t ?naimes ot,-WM
did tyft ot;o?tt ?ad- wof??? organic U
their' dec^?? 3
'?lim?:- tniff|B?P?.y^ ? .
- . ? vania "and r,-6t?^^rth?r?- ? state?^ to, ? \
. ' -?Siti?ss*--:i?%ei^^
.":''a, $v&?? a^*?tt*?WiI\?aibiBy:.'lShW|l>J
pif&Sm ?? locate : hea# oh? at^thar : 1
r-' iaM??^soa&^es'^ ^ r?&td^i
Wt$-, swd cecial S?d ppiitlcal W .
-?ftSh??-nighs-biud-.iheva. toto a con-? I
(St?d "an? / k?*py -?aap<?. Tiii'.i
charge at FlBhtrig Creek lt? Theater
district and visited old Pendleton
district. Ho found a number, of
Presbyterians . who were eager to
have the got/pel preached to them at
regular intervals. Not long before
Hilo Mme the Cherokee Indians had
boe? driven from this ' territory and
the land formerly held by them was
being settled .very-rapidly. It seem
ed a promising field to Mr. Simpson,
and, urged by ? his. new friends, ho
proceeded io. establish two small
congregations which . received tho
names of Good Hope and Roberts.
The first official mention of Good
Hope In the -records of the presby
tery bears date April 14, nso. ' At
this* me? ting 'of the .presbytery the
young church petitioned for supplies,
and Accordingly John Simpson Was
appointed' to preach to the congrega
tion cf Good Hope Ode Sabbath in
October and Robert hall, two Sab
baths*, at a lime not specified.
Many , of tho ' members'^of . both
Good Hopo arid Roberts had ' known
Mr. t Simpson .intimately - at i his, old
.horne at Pishing Creek, somo of them
having been under' his pastoral .care,
and ft, was only natural that they
Should turn to this pioneer and mis
idonnTy of the church and seek bib
services aa minister 4o."0?elr spiri
tual needs. On tho 13th of April,
1700, they asked, presbytery to make
him a stated' supply. The petition
waS granted. At tho fall meeting ot
tho' presbytery, September 2S, IT?O,
they presented a Call to" Mr! Simp
son. Tiio call : was accepted, and
he entered upon hi:; work as their
T-.cgular. pastor and found his people
loarnest and industrious and faithful
lin, upholtlJhgV its ^hhnd?^a?." their
spiritual..guide.; ,. ...;,y . , - ...
Mr. Shnpson must have' be?nJ ;?
reat i?sdet^ot mj?n. .. He was not long
in Impre^a'ng..upon his people h ks
strong personality,--: his* "seal, for the
spIHtual '-Welfare^cf ihis flock, ais
deep interest-. In the- material pro
gress of .his congregation and of the
community, and hlr, labors were frult
Iful' of good results. His congrega
tion .lived in al newt country, for that
day the 'outpost of 'civilization Ju the
state, and the ; pastor bcd to face
?On.ditlons and responsibilities not
unlike thoBo (involving upon a mlSt
Kiona ry to a .jirange land. He cc cui
to bc prei red for all. emergencies
st-'grew5 or*Vdt his difficult position,
d he Stood ever ready to minister
tho ?body aa well as ito the aoul? of
its flock: ; It, Is; asid "that ho .was >
doctor, and' his: medicine case
, JSlWaya .packed: with -the; simple
remedies and ?ni' glcal implements
f that day ; arid .was ?t^?he?comniah?
f .any- suffering: mortal; who needed
la ;s?rvic?s/* - Mr; ,\Simpson Served
.4 ?church continuously j until a iwnl
han?be.''waar-jstricken, by disease
tgfr-torced to give;.up the dunlea
ah active, ministry? :Ha. died den
ary: 15th following, ond/hu body
w rests in the cemetery pf Roberts
idrch with 'this epftah > nip?n .. the
arblo stone that marks\ his grave:
the ipsrfect?man ?nd behold
e upright, ?tor the end ot that mau
'peace;'f ' <;'.1. ',"??"> ..- )?-;[
After the deaOjtof(.Mr.. Siripso?.
tef ; Samuel Davis servfed Good Hope
isroeatlon for a short timo, rotlr
to .take up w?rk iq the. mountains
it~North carolina, and?little is known
his work here. In 1808 Dr. Mos
V/v,ddeii, ;theJ-eel?hrate* educator
WR??ngton who vtaugVi young Cat
?n. '? MCDuffia,-.?joagstreet.? and btu
young sen* who afterwards kenley
Tg>*a? -?lstlactico; Succeeded Mr.
ivis Ss supply. The Carly reesrda
the church, it app-ar?/,'are lacSS*
and do riot-?jive very accurate
and Roberts bad enjoyed tho prlvllegi
of preaching but- onco a -month, but
by making a special effort the)
agreed to raise three hundred dol*
lars a yea? and * secure the ncr vices
of Mr. Humphreys for three-tourthj
of his time, it ls interesting ta
note that the highest subscription
promised was five dollars, although
Good Hope was .regarded as a weal
thy . congregation comparatively
speaking, and from that amount the
sums ranged on down to fifty centi?
and even .the old "blt"- of twelve and
? hait cents a year, while others of
the faithful who did not have ready
cash promised a bimbel of corn, or
wheat, or a gallou of. whiskey!
Mr. Humphreys was ordained and
Installed pastor tn -tho summer i f
1821 by an adjourned meeting of the
presbytery held at Good Hope. The
church membership then numbered
thirty or forty, and lt was kept from
increasing substantially by the tide
of Induration to the west, a-constant
drain that weakened and . crippled it'*
membership for a half ' contrary oy.
more.- The new pastor bought a
farn\ near Roberts church with the
purpose of supporting his family un
it and. letting- hts salary so to help
pay for his land. He was -paying
fourteen per cent interest. on his
farm loan, add,' finding, that his sal
ary was only partially.paldi ho Was
Compelled to teach .schopl to pay
pack the' borrowed money.. All .'this
wnw endured -without a murmur, and
be IP "JO rc tl with iindearl.'trzcal - to
build up his weak churches. There
was no plan of systematic benefi
cence in those days." Some members
paid their subscriptions' fully 'and
promptly, whilo others' paid. up H
they happened;.'to.';thing about HV';o*
neglected, their promises-altogether
'After serving Roberts and; Good llope
for fourteen years, lt v.-as .discovered
that each' church wau in arrears tor
salary to tho amount of about a thou
sand.' dollars. The announcement ot
this debt erne as a shock and a su?
prise to - the congregation and . caus
ed'both congregation and pastor not
a little embarassment. The senora
sity bf the ; : pastor's character is
shown by- an act of sacrifica, -he did
Soon after.'the discovery. He .. ah
?jounced that owing to the. migration
of many ot-bio valued members toT
other stales and to the death ot pth
ers, their ability to pay .had been
Impaired and that: he-would give them
a clear receipt for all back salary up
io- that time, 1835. Perhaps grow
lng out or "this unfortunate circum
stance rae' paatorial.relation was
then dissolved/ but Mr; v Humphreys
Continued to preach . to both church?,
ts'as a outed supply^at their ' rc
Iquest. \ In tact, he .nevar'ceased to
supply . Good Hope even > after he had
given up his ? work at Roberts, and lb
?November, 1845. ho was again in?
Hstalled as pastor, for half of bis time
lat a salary of two hundred rtollar?.
The. Second Building.
The' original house of worship at
iGood^Hope w?s about two mlleo wes
of tho .present site. But. attar tfr
Humphreys returned ; as \ regular pas*
tor. tie congregation began to' com
plain that: their building, was uncom
fortable aad inadequatho to 'thslr
needs. The old log structure was
replaced by a; neat franie lmlldlng ^80
xiO feet, painted and ceiled',, arid |
} Ia, the early ' days ot Good Hope
church it.wsa the custom to hold a
esmp-meoting once -a >"oar inclvdlna
always tho second Sunday In; Aa?
gust, jsamUles .would-gather from
th? : surrounding country and live Itt
their tents during the progress of tho
meeting. .lu .1835 a largo frame sr
fcor wa? erected for Uie ?arvp-mcet
Ipg audiences; and, while meetings, ot
?ils kind soon alter, began to lose
casts and popularity among Frcsby
tertanB, they cohtiaued at Good Hope
ua?i 1851 When thBT VrMe abolished
to^aMer ot the church and !n 'their
g$st?<S'a-. four days* meeting service
in ta^ b^ildlng wai: substituted ^ The
bounce*- .&t*toftat%-. Tha-s?^
from that period As a gr sst treat In
She camjtaaaitiv aad Nantir"wry
f.ent yee* athis annual commun
ssas?aadre^-?ra?'< *?* >nd
unusually fcrgey: nutaber ot patten*
dents.;':.'.... ...'; - . ; -iL??
lPa*icl^|>hr?y6 was the active
?astor of ?his ?church ' aatil Se^afa?
ben 186?, ?asa bis death. ??ta?rrtd.
He was a maa ot fine common
position and a broad sympathy thati
enabled him to understand and ap-1
predate tho trials tad troubles o?
The fol io wi-st: extract from a
?ketch of his kio will give a fair in
dex to the frank and unassuming na
ture of the man:
i "in his own territory, owing to tho
earnestness, honesty, frankness and
truthfulness of hts character, his
influence was. well night unbound
ed Some of his friends were accus
tomed to say to htm, half seriously,
halt In jest: "South Carolina pres
bytery alwayB docs whatever you
say.!' To one who teased him for
the reasons why his* own rocjions
Were ; often lost, while FK thor Hum
phrey's were .so generally sustained,
he answered with a smile: "Well, I
never propose anything but what la
backed by common sense.," He was
sure to be disquieted whenever a
presbytery's time was ' consumed . in
What he regarded as useless discus
sion. On such ! occasions he would
be apt tb cry: "You are burning day
I light, the thing is as plain a? the
nose on my face."* The Xo??owiog in
teresting anecdote of Mr. Humphrey?
wau often told by the eminent Chan
cellor . Job Johnstone, who kndw
him and loved him well. On, a cer
tain occasion, when the- . presbytery
had been wearied by & long and 'un
l-n portant debate-and was ali in con
?orion, and the . uoJerator quite at a
loss what course to pursue, this ven
erated and earnest leader jumped' to
h's feet, crying aloud: "Flddla-fid
die! Fidle-taddle!" What 1B all thia
long talking about? : Those ot you
who are In favor of tho mo t'en say
"ayo"! And many obediently an
swered, "ayo." Now Bay "no." And
some answered, "no." There.; now,
aald ho, "il IS all settled. Moder?tor
you can go on to the noxt business."
The body of Mr, Humphreys was
laid to reit in tho. graveyard of Rob
erts church near which he lived. In
this connection, it Is interesting te
noto that tho' history ot Good H?pe
and Roberta had mush in common.
Founded at the . same time by tho
same mlnibter. served for a long per?
tod by tbe same preachers, haying, a
strong community ot interest. tho
two churches lah or cd side by side and
experienced largely tho same, meas
ure ot spiritual! and material 1,tor
f y ' Men to Jfletrtry.
From the bounds-of Good Hopo
church, in thc first ball' of Its his
tory, caine two*geed mep. who ah?
tered lhe ministry^ Robert H. Reid
and Isaac J. Long, the former, long
; a pastor in Spar tan burg county, S.
r?;i.va>4 the. latter In the state, of
Arkansas.. During the period ot
Good. Hope's history, alnco ??o 'timo
.ot tbe Civil War/lt has-give? to the
church three . ministers, Robert A..
Reid, W. W Sadler and Frank L'g
'onl if; thors are others. ? do not
? recall them t:*^ r
? I^JBetw?en- 186D, . after tho death-ot
Mr^'i?umphreys.Tt C'and 1876. ? ?'.'.'. the
ministers, Rev,. J'.bn^j&.; Youns:', Wil
liam Davis and -tVoberji/A. ReM% Mtri
Yoong was ordained.and installed aa
pastor, but Messrs'. Reid and Davis
Served?'aS'- stated supply without: O?r
dinatlcn, according -. to ! my informa
tion i >Tho blight pt poverty and. mis
government following the war .,, Jay
heavily .upon ?ho.people,' they werp
discouraged and oppressed, their ma
terial fortunes had boen swapt away
py war,, many bf i tr, husbands, tethers
?nd ions slept beneath tho, BO l'on a
mid red battlefralds, but in rpi te of
thio period of suffc ring and dh; tr es,-,
Good Hope came . out of lt . all
strengthened faith;';abd propared for
.?.g?n?ration of fruitful Work.
' EeV'.'BfiX?.' Ligen. .
viVIn 1876 Rev. RV C. Llgoni . a
Sith ful servant of tho Lord, begau
?lr labors which lasted for a quarter
ot a-century. .Likf Mr,. Humphreys,
le wea a man of unusual piety, com
mon aensa and breadth of sympathy,
ffts ministry'within: the church wae
Abundantly blessed, hut outaido ol
thc cliu'rch a balanced combination ot
Wat excellent qualities of | ni'nd
ind'heart made him a valuable cltl
ken. in tho . community.. He took' . a
live interest in the public schoolB and
)n all .movements .for.- the.' progres?
and uplift ot the'-'entire community.
Ho appreciated the fact that to *?er
torm his highest duty, lt was a ?art
pt.h!Sv work to" nee that no ovil In
fluences crept into the minds o? tbfl
ypung,- tq whom he*proved a w\ttch
fal and patient shepherd. The work
bf a mininer is not Simply to preacb
the Wciu from the pulpit, to act, a*
?A met? snttftual adviser and guide
but he has a fine'^>ojp^rtonlty tc
Servo -av 'a-'leadelra^^waporal -v. af
t?rs'ias'well, and it w?s In th* fut
fUlm?nt' bf this broad mission . ic
, that Mr. Ligon ??ercUod a fine an<
.ttnobllng tennenc^ upon all the peo
pincho received the blsaeings? of hlf
mtnittry. A true Soldier ot UM
Cross, he fought a good tight, rely
ing al?raye cn the armor or right'
.eouaess. to wtt th* ^ctory.
s?tn '1?03 Mr. Ligo ?gave up fal'
charge and was t'acceeded by Rsv.
?vvB? Wallace ?? wJ??**adV- .?nat coin
pietod hia coarse MA the seminary. *
CO?WBWS. Mr. Baltics served UM
?h?T<$ swell end was- siiecseded bj
Rev. W. S. Homtter, under who*
gastara-te tho ; new charon \ b-.AWlag *
signed nf s1 cb s^js ? and > B?YV !. H . Jfi
?fcaieh. Bat allsj^ .ts rsceat his
ictt^m?r- wquir*s.;itto,..^?t?^ed ' treat
eba . sesawsy o? t?r*?tnte? ?ead,
' AT ?Tv?Uw An? FOUNTAINS
ASK FOR eu? GET
?tty rt ta ?fe* cattai glas? Jar*.
1 Th? Best ts always the Cheapest
Substitute? cost YOU ?ame prk?
tn their lives felt the inspiration ot j
contact with the good men -md wo
men ot old Good Hope. I think lt tat
generally true that old community
centers like this have preserved thu]
high standards of Christian citizen?
phip, improved and ripened, through]
the slow evolutionary processes of
century. The influence of thto |
church has'not. indeed, been limit
ed to tho mere count ry ai do. Old
Good Hope ha H mollieroi many an
infant church lu Georgia, Alabama";
M!s?!nninni, Texas, and other staten,
which owe their origin wholly or in
part to thc members who lett to make
their fortunes in what was then con
citiered tho west.
To do justice to aji the forces the
forces for righteousness that j have
shed their blessings through the
agency of Good Hope, church, lt
would be necessary to cali the tong
roll of-the faithful men and women
whoro loyalty and zeal have turnod
always with a bright and ' steady
flame. Since the flrBt log of f the
first structure was laid tho - old
church bas continued steadfast in the
simple faith of its founders.
One hundred and tw?nty-aiv of
history: What a rich store of his
torical fact,- of tho romance and j
struggle of those who pioneered in
the old Pendleton district, of the hap
piness and-failure brought by thei
cyolo of years, of the joy and the sor
row that bave como in some meas
tiro to all; are encompassed in the
span of a century end a quarter since
Simpson blazed the trail for Presby
terianism, away back in ?780, along
the' waters of Little G?n?rosteb.
y, John Simpson, David Humphrey*!
Richard Cater Lig?n-what an un
usual and splendid heritage to bless
und sanctify tho memory, of thia'
i'torch! Ninety-two yeera these faith-,
tul.servants, in love.and humility, In
Sharity 'sad simple faith, .minister**.!
to a devoted people ' and1 pointed th air
faccB hopefully to God!
People aro learning that a little
forethought often saves them a big
ozpenso. Hero ls an'instance; E. W.
Archer. Caldwell, Ohio, says: "I do
not believe that our family han beeb
without Chamberlain's Colic, unbiera
and Diarrhoea Remedy nineo we com -
menccd keeping hbuao years ; ago;.'
When wa go on an^extended visit we
take with us:" Obtainable every,
: Owl's Dustless Floor Oil, 2Sc.
Chewy, Strawberry ; :%n? Peach
Cream today. Owl Drug Co.
$ * s $ *
A dollar down-A dot*
i ar n week or pay day.
That's the .Simplified
Savings System; way. On
ly you CM-payv in any
amount from- 10c up each
. week *cr. pay day. ,
i Your money bears Inter
oat compound quarterly.
Toura whoa you need it
Every man should .Join tho
Club. v. . ' v',
....v5.-"Ci j . .:vK'".v : '
p?ete, in fifty taymeats.
Baak o? ?aders???
in th? County.
v And temperature low m a Kool ^KrwK
Suit. We' will show you all the ?ew
models in both the Kool Krach and Palm
Our prices will make you smile.
AND WAGON mm*?:
I'- has started trff splendidly. Customers are pleased "with i
our offerings and pleased with our prices and terms. J We - 1
are pleased with ftc; outlook ; for bigger business, ; " I
Brookway, Harney, and Waaliington j
. Buggies ' - ^'j
are guaranteed to give satisfaction and our prices are as?^S
satisfactory ; as the services you get. a
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" . . ' -,: ' .^^y?11^.'^?^ '"'vy''. i p
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Bpartanburgy Sj G., Green^le, S/ C., Belton*Jg? C.
Anderson? &? C.
AND INTERMEDIATE STATIONS
y':- TO - \:;7^MHP .
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tickets may I? rottted ril'^
*m?mmmm^mimum ? ? ??"."?. - -~- n i -m-rnrtit ?
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