s Year, In AdriAQC.
FOR GOD..FOK COUNTRY AND FOR TRUTH.'
PLYMOUTH, N, C. .b IyID AY NO VEM BE1S 25, 1910.
New Portugal Government is
URGE AMENDMENT POSTAL LAW
Condemn Government Discrimina
tion Against Catholics Sympathy
' for Organized Labor Child i La
. bor and Divorce Deplored-
; New Orleans, La. Principal
among the resolutions, adopted, at
the concluding session here of the
i annual' convention of the American
n f pije of denunciation of the ad
jninisfrative 'officers of the new re
public' of Portugal and of commen
dation of the State Depart ment a'i
fVash ington for delaying . re'eogni
lion ol the new government. - Fol
lowing the adoption of the resnlu
1 ions and the election of officers the
Federation adjourned to meet next
.year in Columbus, Ohio.
The National Educational Asso
ciation was denounced "for at
tempting to set up in this country
an educational trust as a menace to
individual liberty and to the pri
mary rights which every American
citizen enjoys of choosing the kind
of, education which he .may. wish Jo
give his children."'
. Congress was urged to amend the
postal laws so as to "include within
the scope af prohibited literature
'hooks, papers, writings and prints
which outrage religious convictions
and contain scurrilous and slander
ous attacks upon the faith." ;
Discrimination against t lie em-
j'ivj,) un ut ui uutiiviiiO in i. ui' j'iiiiii'
service because of their . religion
was condemned. The furtherance
of mission work among the Indians
and negroes was urged. '
Resolutions were adopted express
ing sympathy with every legitimate
effort of organized labor for .a. liv
ing wage, reasonable hours, protec
tion of life and limb, workingmen's
compensation and decent and help
ful conditions in the home, shop,
mine and factory. ,: :
The evils of child labor weiv de
plored as was the "traffic" in di
vorce. Catholics everywhere were urged
t.o make prompt and vigorous pro
test against the publication of every
newspaper or magazine article of
fensive to the church, and to with
draw support from all such publi
cations whose management paid no
heed to written or oral protests.
The establishment of an Interna
lional Press Association was en
dorsed. The concluding resolution fol
"We protest against propagandas
which embitter the working man.
preach a gospel of class hatred, of
making marriage mockery, deny
paternal rights and responsibility
and proclaim State control and
even ownership of the child."
Parade of 5,000 Bable Students.
. Richmond, Va. Over 5,000 men
marched through the streets of
Richmond in the fifth annual parade
ofjVV class members. They pro
ceiKKTto the city auditorium where
they held religious services and
were addressed by Hon. II. 13. F. Alc
Farland of Washington, and others.
Governor Mann and Mayor Richard
son were in line. -
Four Killed in Navy Accident.
Washington. I3y the permature
explosion of a five-inch 51 calibre
gun at the Indian Head, Md., proving
grounds of the navy,' four men are
dead, including Lieut. Arthur C.
CafTec, who was in charge of the
gun, and one man, a negro, seriously
injured. The explosion probably
was due to a bent or fouled firing
pin, which projected beyond the
face of the breech plug of the gun.
The gun, which was a new one from
the navy yard gun factory, was be
Railway Scales Incorrect?
Raleigh, N. C That shippers not
nly in North Carolina, but in all
parts of .the couii.ry are complain-
ing of the incorrectness of scale
weights of railroads and that rem
edying of this evil is a decided prob
lem is the statement of Corporation
Commissioner II. C. Brown, of the
North Carolina Corporation Com
mission back from-Washington, D.
C, where he attended the 'annual
convention of the National Associa
tion of Railway Commissioners.
DEATH CLAIMS TOLSTOI.
Count Leo Tolstoi, Russia's Grandest
Ulan Passes After a Life Devoted
To His Fellow-Men.
Aslapova, Russia. Count Leo-Tolstoi
has passed peaceful lyaway.
Count Lyof Nikolaivie Tolstoi,
usually called Count Leo Tolstoi,
novels! and social .'refoiiuer ., was
born August. 28, 1828, at Yasnaya
Poliana, in the province of Tula,
Russia. When 23 years, bid TldsU
entered the army and served -M the
Caucasus 'Jliid in the dehmcc'; of
Sebastapol .against the Briish arid
Fiviich allied forces. 'Ue.fi made
a reputation in literature! by n series
of vivid " sketches written from
Sebastapol and when he left ' the
armysoon after the Crimean war he
devoted himself entirely to litera
ture.., . v . ;
Uis "War and Peace," w a. I ale of
I ho invasion- ,bf Russi;fc by, Napoleon
in .1812, is regarded in Russia as "be
ing his fmastcrpieee, though ; his'
"Anna Karenina." which appeared.
in-1876, -and ..'.'The Cossacks" found
greater:;, favor . abroad, where - his
"KreVitzei1 Sonata;"- translations ''of
which were 'published in 1890, also
attracted wide attention. .'
Tolstoi wrote much on --education
and published a number of short
stories and reminiscences of child
hood and youth, but of recent years
he had devoted himself to religious
teaching. He made "return not
evil' the keynote of the Christian
faith, and inisted that the literal in
terpretation of the Sermon on the
Mount- was the 'only rule of the
'ChriTsan life. ' The religious views of
Tolstoi were set forth in his "Christs
Christianity" and "My Religion."
In 1901 Tolstf was . excommuni
cated by the Holy Synod. 1
i. Tolstoi was .several" times threat
ened with expulsion from Russia'
and was several-times, 'according to
re-port, upon the point of being ex
iled ;Jit lie.seemed'i)n the'-, whole to.
have been treated with unusual len-'
iency in view: of his strongly re
nounced f views, especially as -set
forth in;a manifesto entitled i'Tho
People's Rights," his criticisms of
imperial acts and his open letters to
the Czar. He was, hoirever(Axpe li
ed from Moscow in July 1901, and
had since resided in Yasnaya Po
liana.. : ' : ' - --"'
In July, .lOO'i,. Tolstoi wrote a
sirong.'artieJe 'deiiouiicriig the- Russo
Japanese war; which ' eausetl the
seizure, of Novotsiti of St, - Pel era-;
burg, vwh it'll"' published'.-it and' a .-i'e-'
vival of the reports of the govern
ment's intention to take a .severe,
action against the author. ''
In January, 1905,Tols,toi published
an o'pen letter to the Czar regarding
the'internal conditions' in Russia,
which was printed throughout the
world, and some time later he com
pleted his drama "Rehind the Scenes
in War,'' the production of which
was prohibited in St. Petersburg.
Several of the publishers of Tol
stoi's works have beon , sent '' to
prison. ' '
Although' ' Tolstoi "'f arm'- "of Aa'i
orisf oeral ie familv. beintr a descen
dant' of 'Count Peter Tolstoi, . the'
friend and comrade of Peter life
'(treat, and received his education at.
Kazin University, entering tlie army
as a lieutenant of artillery and com
manding a battery at Sebastapol, he
was. at heart a peasant in the best
sense of , the word, devoted to the
improvement of the condition of the
Russian .masses -and eager to lead
then! in the right path. lie lived
tlie life of a peasant, in a peasant's'
hut on his estate at Yasnaya Poliana,
partaking only of the simple .peas
ant's food and wearing the' peasant's,
costume rough blouse, broad leath
er belt, fur cap, long beard and wide,
trousers tucked into high cowhide
Child Predicted Her Death.
New York. "Barbara,'" said Mrs.
Mary Begensberger' to her daughter
of 8 as she was. dressing the child
for Sunday school, "I want you to be
a good girl today because I had a
tooth drop out this- "morning and
that's a sign sombody is going to die
in the family."
"Why," said Barbara ."that's me;
I'm going to die." . ,
While Barbara was playing on a
pier end she fell between the string
piece and a barge and was drowned.
Embezzler Pleads Guilty.
Washington. John G. Sims, the
former Washington agent of the
Life Insurance Company of Vir
ginia, who was indicted lor em
bezzlement of 3600 from that com
pany, following an attempt at self
destruction in the office .pf a local
physician a short time ago, plead
ed guilty to the charge.
Following an appeal for a parole
under the new probation law, Sims
was remanded to jail until Chief
Justice Claba ugh shall pass on the
A SHOCKING STORY
Depraved Boys Awful Story
V ' ' ' ' f v
of Fathers Murder. -
KILLED OLD MAN BY DEGREES-
Cyime Inspired by Trhial Quarrel
Ignores Pitiful Appeal For His
'Life Beat and Dumped Inlo Well.
;Make,s Confession After Arrest.
Miincie,. lnd.- '1 thought he-was
dead ; : I loaded I he body" into the
buggy- and': started for the, bid well.'
.1 had (the. body .nronned ud off the
seat', -tiwi he . Nvaj . father revived a
iit jletiud '1 Ii'r..s ai'ns around "my
neck' .T-beii ? beat hi'ni over the
heafha'gain until lie was quiet. Just
as vvns''abmit'tto.tli'rbw the body
into the well, 'he groaned and gavw
a long.sfgh." '. ' "; " - , ''
This, accor.ding to Uior police
part- of" (he signed confession
Benjamin Smith, 22 years old,
farmer now in the Muneie jail.
was the climax ol a remarkable
citat of murder.
Smith, his hands smeared with
blood, had staggered into -'the home
of Oscar Shaw and told a story of
having been attacked by highway
Smith's father was mysteriously
missing and suspicions were arous
ed which led to his arrest. Under
examination, he linallyjiaid that jie
would -show the, police where..
father's body could be found. C
He led the way to an ahond(Jiietlri
"Tlieiv he is."
From out of , the well the police
took the body of Charles Smiththe
father The'-pblice learned that the
father 'and son had quarreled he
me lather wanted young
to pay board. ' "-"r '; '
POPULATION OF CITI US-
Census Figures Show Rapid Growth
in Dixie Land.
Washington With the census bu
reau's announcement, of the pbpu-laiton-
toiV Memphis, Tenn., . a com
parisbh of (the grbVvih of "the. six
principal cities ' of the South, for
whtch figures Hhus . far have been
made public, shows "thatf Birming-
ham, Ala., leads in percentage, of in
creases by a wide margin. ,' ' '
The chief Southern cities in the
order .of - their,- growth, during the
last ten years are as follows: -'
Bjrmingham has a population of
132,083 as compared with 38,115 in
1900 or an increase of 245.4 per cent.
Atlanta, Ga., has a population of
154,839 as compared with 89,872 in
1900, or an increase of 72.3. per cent,
Richmond, Va., has a population
of 127;628 as compared with 85,050
in 1900 or an increase of 50.1 per
.'The population of. San Francisco
is4iG,912 according to the statistics
of the thirteenth census. This is
an increase of 74,130 of 21.6 per cent
over 342,782 in 1900.:
The population of the Slate of
Indirta is 2.700,870. ' This is an in
crease of 184,41 i or 7.3 per cent over
2,516,402 in 1900. The increase from
1890 to 1900 was 32i,058 or 14.8 per
'. The population of the State of
Maine is 742,371. This is an increase
from. 1890 to 1900 was 33,390 or 5
Ex-Gov. Terrell Clay's Successor.
Atlanta, Ga., Governor Brown
has announced the appointment of
former Governor J. M. Terrell as
United States Senater to succeed
the late Senator A. S.Clay, ,
. Election Cost Governor $37,000.
Boston, The successful campaign
of, Eugene N. Foss, the Democratic
candidate for Governor, cost - him
$37,000, according to his return.
This is 20,000 more than was ex
pended by Governor Eben S. Draper
,vho was defeated.
Standard Oil Dividend.
New York, The Standard Oil
Company has. declared a dividend
of $10 a share, payable December 15,
for the current quarter. The total
for the year is $40 a share.
Discharged Bookkeeper Suicides.
Columbia, S. C. C. Maurice Mc
Donald, a young man popular in
Hartsville, committed suicide by
taking dose, pf strychnine. It is
presumed" that the lossof ?his posi
tion as bookkeeper in the Bank of
Hartsville was the cause of his act.
Acording to the officials of the bank,
young McDonald was not short, butinto
was discharged on account of inat
tention to his work, there being
charges reflecting on his integrity.
WARRING MEN OF MEXICO
Mexican I'cvolulionisis .Not
cesstul yvilli Plots Many Mur
- - ' - '.' ' 1
ders U. ' S. Army to Front.
Mexico-.; City. The s insurrection
which ; was said to have' been plan
ned against the government of Mex
ico has failed to materialize. ," v
While the authorities have not re
laxed their vigilance.it' is Believed
that no-further troubles :Wil J occur..
Special dispatches .rereived .here
from many places;: ;melu(h'og.' Vera
Cruz; Ptlebla, Pachuca and ' Orizab
si a ted that e v cry th ing had 'been
quiet all da- in those cil.ies.V .
Two men. whose occupations are
mitw bosses, have been arrested in
PacTiuca and brought here. Tt is be
lieved that, they . are. suspected ;pf
having been implicated in the plot
against1" the goveriimeril; Thrtv
women. are in 'jaif charged with fir
ing' upon 'the. soldiers during llie
Puebla tight. -One woinnri was re
leased. A n'ewspa)ert correspondent, who
returned to Mexico City from Puebla
said that more than "40 persons were
slain iu.the tight which occurred at
the house of Aquiles Cerdan. Six
teen of the dead were revolution
ists, he staled, aiid ;llie others were
members of the police force, "sol
diers 'and spectators. The corres
Mnndent eslipiated the 'number of
nded at about one hundred and
,,,. f. , ,
among them were a
large -number "of innocent persons. 1
Reports -received frTorn Santa Cnu
slated that the demonstration there
was of short duration! A-small party
cf revolut ionists were driven to I hi!
mountains by troops., ?t "
An attempt was made tp burn, a
bridge on the. Mexican Railway' ftfrar
San la. ' Cruz . but soldiers , prevented
the act.- Late reports say that nc
further -disturbances was aoficipat
ed there. , ' "-,:'-
No bull lights were allowed ii!
Mexico City, and there was no large
gatherings. . . , - ,-, r
Soldiers and liolice patrolled tin
street:; all dav. ; ,
7 vv, V
"- An air'of uneasiness could be ob
served, among members of the for
eign colonies on, account of the un
certainty of the situation. In clubs
and restaurants the situation was
the sole Topic of conversation and
how that Sunday has passed Without
ap outbreak an easier, feeling prevails.'-''
' ' . . ';; '-
San Antonio, Tex. Upon what is
regarded as good authority it - is.
learned that Brigadier General Hpyt.
commanding the , Department of
Texas, has' been'!' instructed 'from
Washington to hold troops in readi
ness for service on the Mexican
border. Already four companies of
the Twenty-third Infantry from
Fort Clar,k' are', -encamped on; the
border near Eagle Pass.
Francisco Madero, Sr., father of
the alleged Mexican, revolutionary
leader, made denials to what pur
ported to be interviews with him.
He gave out no interviews, he said.
Mexico City. The body of John R.
Lockhart, an American mining man,
formerly of Missouri, was found
near a road in the vicinity of the
,.:u c r,i . ' j . cii.. r t v . .
I vniui' vi i .uiiianiu, ouue vi im
I rango, according to a- special dis
patch to El Impartial. It is believed
, by the authorities of the town that
Lockhart was killed from ambush.
High Price For Two Horses.
New York. Lugano and Como, E.
T. Stotesbury's craik pair of road
sters, which took a blue ribbon at
the horse show here, we're sold to
Walter Winans for $25,000. This is
a record price for a horse show
Mr. Winans, famous as an Ameri
can citizen who- has visited - this
country but once, had an entry pit
ted against the Stotesbury pair, but
did not even get highly commended.
Husband Not Guilty Wife Murder.
Camden, S. C Sam R. Kirkland,
who was placed on trial for his life
is now a free man. a jury having de
clared that he was not guilty of the
murder of his wife
Brought under unusual circum
stances, was the case against Kirk
land, unique in the courts of this
Slate. Charged vith havincr entered
a suicide pact .vilh his wife.
who on tin" evening"". Tuari'h 24, set
fire to herself and was burned to
The twenty-first annual session of
the Western North Carolina Con
ference came to a close at Winston
.Salem. Bishop Eugene R. Hendrix,
P: I)., L. L. D., presided. The next
session , of the Conference goes to.
Statesville. Great interest centered
in the appointments made by I he
Bishop, which were as follows:
Charlotte District.- Rev. J. H.
Scroggs, presiding elder, Charlotte.
Charlotte,' Belmont Park-L. A.
Falls. B'ervard Street W. . Goode.
CalvaryA. T.-Bell. Chadwick and
Seversville H. H. " Robbins. Dil
"vorlh aqd Big Spring W. C. Jones.
North Charlotte TV J. Rodger's.
Trinity A." ; W. - Plyler. Tryon"
Street G. ' Rove. Ansuuville
P. L. Terrell. Derita- Seyrndre Tay
lor. Lilesville J. W. Ingle, rat
thews C. F. Sherrill. Monroe, Cen
tral J. R.' Weaver. Morveu- fi. J.
Barker. Mount Zion J: W." Jones.
North Monroe and Icemorlee W. T.
Albright. Pineville I). F. Carver.
Polkton L. T.:Cordell. Prospect
G. C. Brink'man. Unionville C. R.
Alison. Wadesboro J. H. West.
Waxhaw C. 41. Campbell. Wed
dington J. If. Bradley. Duncan
Memorial-f Not announced. Princi
pal Southern Industrial School -J.
A. Baldwin. Missionary to Japan
S. A. Stuarl. Student, Vanderbilt
University N. S. Ogburn.
Statesville District.-- Revf E. L.
Bain, presiding elder. Alexander
Circuit W. O. Davis. Caldwell cir
cuit J. G. W. Holloway. Catawba
circuit B. Wilson. Davidson it E.
Atkinson. Granite Falls W. F.
Saudford. Hickory circuit M. :T.
Smathers. supply. Hickory station
L. F. Mann. Iredell circuit J. P.
Davis. Lenoir, circuit J. M. Price.
Lenoir station C. M. -Pickens. Maid
en G. H. Curtis. Mooresville E.
Myers. Mooresville. station J. E.
Thompson. Newton E. -W. Fox.
Rock Springs T. E. Wagg. States
ville ciicuilJ. D. Rankin. West.
Statesville circuit- C. E. , Yates.
Statesville, Broad s Street Harold
Turner. Race Street B. F. llarget t.
Stony Ptoi'nt T. P- Johnson.- TrdMt
rriari J- Jf ifevards. ' Conference
missionary 'evafHislD. II. Coman.
President DaviMiport College J. B.
Craven:,.. -V-? '" '-''"- -
iMorgaidoii Uslrict Rov . R. M
Hoyle, presiding eldw:. Bikersville
I). C. Thornpsoi'l2WI.Broad
River J.. L. McNeer, supply Chff-
r Sidi A. '. C. SwoffoitthBg'i Connelly
Springs and Rut her ford College E.
City J. . I1'.. Moser. Henrietta and
CaroIeeivJU... P. .Bogle. Morganton
station TTTtf. Jordan'. Morganton
E. J. Poe. Marjon station Ira. Er
win. McDqweli eifr'Tfi UHWi
ffPdso'Ef North Catawba J. . h.
Smith. Alii. Fort M. L, Osborn.J
RuthcrfoMlcrrvi-LV E. Stacyt. J." B.
.rCarpenter, S5Upptyf. Spruce Pine J.
'.B. Hyder, .-' supply. Table Rock-
Albert Sherrill.. Thermal City J:
E. Woin'ack.' :' - .
Salisbury Mslricl. Rev. J. C.
Rowe, presiding elder. Albemarle
station H. -C, Sprinkle. Albemarle
circuit P. W: Tucker. Bethel and
Big Lick E. K. Brady. China Grove
J. C. Keever. Concord, Central
P. T. Durham. Epworth J. A. J.
Farrington. ' Forest Hill W.-.' s.L.
Hutchins, West Concord J. J. Eads.4
Conconl. " circuit W. P. McGhee.
Cottonville circuit T. S. Ellington.
Gold Hill circuit AE. Wiley. Kan-,napolis-W.
B. Shinn.' Mount Pleas--ant
I. R. Richardson. New London
O. J. Jones. Norwood station J.
WX- Cle'g'g.' Salem, station M. T.
Steele. Salisbury, First church
Parker Holmes. Holmes Memorial
O. H. Short. South Main G. A.
Stamper. Salisbury circuit J. ';5C.
Mock. Spencer station R. D. Sher
rell. East Spencer and North Main
G. A. B. Holderby; J. P. Lanning,
supply. (. Wood leaf circuit S. S.
Monnt Airy District Rev. R. M.
Taylor, presiding .elder, Danbury
circuit R. L. Doggett. East Bend
circuit J. M. Folger. Dobson cir
cuit B..M. Jackson. Elkin station
R. G. Tuttle. Jonesville circuit
W. K. Greer, supply. Leaksville
station F. L. Townsend. Madison
and Mayodan W. F. Elliott. Mount
Airy circuit J. D. Gibson. Mount
Airy station J. F. Kirk. Pilot
Mountain J. C. Richardson. Rural
Hall T. E. Wye he. Spray and
Draner T. C. Jordan. Stokesdale
L. T. Hendron. "supply. Stoneville
O. P. Routh. Summerfield C. P.
Goode. Walnut Cove J. H. Brend
all. Yadkinville W.T.Garner, supply
North Wilkesboro District Rev.
M. H. Vestal, presiding elder. Boone
circuit J. M. Downum. Creston cir
cuit R. L. Furt.. Helton circuit
To be supplied. 'Jefferson circuit
H. V. Clark. Laurel Springs T.. J.
Folger. North Wilkesboro P. L.
Sliore. North Wilkesboro station
Z. Paris. Sparta circuit T. J.
Honck. Watauga circuit J. T. Sto
ver. Wilkes circuit J. W. Kennedy.
Wilkohnro A. R. Bell. Elk Park
circuit To be supplied. Rich Moun
tain To l siippliV. Transferred-
W. C. Rudisill to Los Angeles Con
ference; T. II. Wolf to Hblslon Con
ferenee; C. A. Swift ft North Geor
Winston District- KevvT. F. Marr,
presiding - elder.."" Advance L. L,
Smith. Cooleemfsyr-W..; . Scales
Davidson circuit J. 1. Rafiage.
Davie A. J. Burrus. Fai'inington
A. (I. Foftin. Forsyth D. P. Wal
ters. Keruersville H. C. Bynum,
Lewisvillo I. B. Tabor. ' Mocksville
B. Margismi.. North Thomasville
1 V iJni.l..r. Thnmnovilln Afoii.
Street R.--M. Courtney. Walkerton
J. C. Harmon. Winston, Burk
head VV. M Biles. Centenary J.
E. Abern.ethy. (irac and Liberty
L. W. Collins. Soufhside and Salem
-J. S.-Uiafl. West End W. A.
Lambeth. Lexington station- A. L.
Stanford. Linwood A.- U, Surratl.
Jackson Hill K. M. Evel.t.
ary ' lo Cuba H. W. Baker,
for Children's Home J. .
Shelby District-Rev. S.
reiiline, presiding" elder.
circuit--W. V. Huimicut. Bessemer
City J. F. Armstrong. Cherryville
James Wilson.- Crouso-W. M.
Boring. Gastonia, Main Street G.
D. Heruian. . West End and Frank
lin Avenue J. A. Peeler. Ozark and
Lowell E. N... Crowder. King's
Mountain .and " El - Bethel -
M. B. Clegg. Lincolntoti station W
Lincoln circuit J. H.
Lowesville B. F. Fin-
aim maj -&
worth J F. Harrison.
A"4 'Bawles. Polkville J .
Striilei-r Shelb-y, Central E. E. Wil
liamson. South Shelby G. tL Clyde.
South Fork circuit N." M. Modlin.
Sfaiiley Creek W. S. Hales Dallas
and High Shoals 0. I. Hinson.;
Franklin District Rev.-J., E. Ga,
presiding elder. . Andrews station
L. D. Xliompson. Bryson City J.
W.' Williams. Dillshoro and Sylva
C. Ii;,Neal; Franklin circuit J. F.
Sta'rnes, A. Wf Mae'obs, assistant.
Franklin- station M. -' IL j iTuttle.
Glenville circriit Blaise; 'vllayesvillc
circuit J. R. - Warren,""" supply.
Hiwasee circuit J. H. Hopkins, sup
ply. lacoii circuit D.; A. Binkleyv
Murphy station W. ,E. Abernalhy.
Tbmotia and'Peachtree D. C. Bal
lard, Robbinsville Blanie Webster
circltnt IU A York Whittier W,
I. Hijghes"".' tSchota "faoMahl'-JajB.es
u unmner. . - ; ; ,
Revl W. H.
Willi's, presiding, elder. Brevard
slatibn C S. Kirkpatrick. ' Brev
vard circuit R. C, Kirk, supply.
Bethel E. B. Stabler. ' Canton L, B.
Ahernathy. : Clyde C. ; L. McCain.
Jonathan T.- A. Gross. Leicesteri-J.
i. (ireeu.. nus mvur a. t. jiiiii-
gon, supply.' Fines ' Creek-C. E.
Stead man. Spring Creek F. W.
Dibble. ; Sulphur Springs J. Wl
Campbell. . Waynesville station M.
F, Mbores.' West Asheville station--EE
BanihardU Missionary M. D.
Stokes.: wllaywood circuit M. B.
Ridenhour,' supply. ' Tv . ... .
Asheville DistFict Rev. D. Atkins
presiding elder. ' ' Bethel-D. 1 J. Mil-lei-?
Haywood ' Street W. A. NewQll.
Norlh Asheville G. G. Harley. Bald
Creek '. and Huh tdale W. L. ; Ed
wards, A. C.i-Gibbs, supernumerary.
Bilmore "and" Mount Pleasant G. II.
Chrislenbeiyy. Burnsville station
J. O. Irviu, M icaville P. II. Britain,
Elk ... Mountain Elmer Simpson.
Fairview circnii J. f A. Fry.' Hen-dersonvillu-
staliOn-J. W. Moore.
Hot Springs circuit C. B. Clapp.
Marshall W. T. Usey,-C. W. Wat
son, Jrr Mars Hill L. fi. Griffith.
Swannanoa circuit R. F. Hunni
ciittv - Tryon and ' Saluda O. E.
Smi'ilfdeal,,R. O. Latham, super
numerary. .. Weaverville station W.
E. Poovey.' 7 Weaverville - circuit
D. R. Prolfit: Flat Rock and Tuxedo
T. -S. Coble. Black Mountain sta
tion W. G. Ma lone. Missionary to
Cuba R; J. Parks. Student Vander
bilt University A. P. Rutle'dge.
Greensboro District Rev. W. R.
Ware, presiding Wilder. . Asheboro
station C. A. Wood; ; Asheboro cir
cui t R. A.Tay lor. Coleridgt.- R L.
Melton. Denton4-J. P. Hornbuckle.
East Greensboro S T. Barber.
Greensboro, Caraway Memorialr-S.
E. Richardson. Greensboro, Cen
tenary D. M. Linker, W. 1 Gris
som supernumerary. Greensbox'o,
Spring Garderi-AT. W. Long. Greens
boro, Walnut Street Ji E. Woosley.
Greensboro, West Market Street and
Bethel E. K. McLarty. West
Oree nsboroW, L. jiiwson. High
Poinl. South Main Street G. E.
Eaves.- High Point, Washington
Street J. H. Barnnardt. Liberty
J. R. Belts. : Pleasant Garden J, A.
Sharp. Ramseur and Franklinville
O. P. Aderr Randelrnan and 'Naomi
R. E. Hunt. Randolph circuit A.
S. Paper. Reidsville station W. F.
Womble. RulHn circuit C. H. Cavi
n,ess. Uwharrie T. E. Weaver.
Weill wort h A. L. Aycock. Editor
North Carolina Chrtstian, Advucatp
II. ,M. Blair. . Assistant Editor
North Carolina Christia'n Advocate
W. L. Sherrill. Sec relary-Treasurer
Greensboro Female 'College-vW. M.
Curtis. Missionary to. Korea J. R.
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