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Full text of "Official record of the Holston Annual Conference, Methodist Episcopal Church, South, eighty-ninth session, held at Abingdon, Va., October 2-8, 1912"

^^ [DEX 

)intments - ^^^^ 

rds and Committees 129-130 

)nological Roll 122-123 

^ctory 124-128 

jral Church Information. 11-25 

feton Information 2-11 

la^oumal of Proceedings 26-42 

iMemoirs ^'^~^'^ 

iMiniite Questions ^ 43-46 

lueports 52-80 

rStatistical Tables- 
No. 1.— Membership, Church Property, etc. . . . 88-98 
No. 2.— Leagues, Sunday-schools, Societies . . . 99-109 
No. 8.— Finances = ■ • 110-121 



EDITORIAL WORD 



Three pictures of preachers' wives are missing from the^ 
J Memorial page. The Secretary endeavored to get these pic- 
tures, but failed. The memoir of Mrs. E. F. Lyons came too^ 
late for publication. 

In the statistical tables cents are omitted, though they| 
are counted in the totals. 

The price of the "Annual" is twenty-five cents per copy.; 
The proceeds of sales should be promptly sent to the Sec- 
retary, thereby saving the fund from losses, and securing! 
interest on the money necessary to pay for next year's issue.| 
Additional copies can be furnished on request. 

JAMES A, BURROW, Sec. 



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THE PARSONAGE AT ABINGDON 



THE 

HOLSTON ANNUAL 

1912 

OFFICIAL RECORD 



Holston Annual Gonlerence 

Methodist Episcopal Church, South 



EIGHTY-NINTH SESSION 



Abingdon, Va., Odober 2-8, 1912 



Bishop J. C. KiIvGO President 

Rev. J. A. Burrow ---_-- Secretary 

Rev. E- a. ShugarT - - - - Assistant Secretary 

Rev. J. H. Umberger . . - . Statistical Secretary 
Rev. H. E. Kelso - . - - Statistical Secretary 

Rev. W. S. Hendricks - - - - Statistical Secretary 



Edited by REV. J. A. BURROW, Secretary 



Tennessee Wes/e ^^1^ 
A^^ens, Tennessee 



2 THE HOLSTON ANNUAL 

SESSIONS OF THE HOLSTON ANNUAL CONFERENCE FROM 

1824 to 1912. 



Place of Sessions 



Date of 

Beginning 



President 



Secretary 



Knoxville, Tenn 

Jonesboro, Tenn 

Abingdon, Va 

Knoxville, Tenn 

Jonesboro, Tenn 

Abingdon, Va 

Ebenezer Co., Tenn. 

Athens, Tenn 

Evansham, Va 

Kingsport, Tenn. . . . 

Abingdon, Va 

Abingdon, Va 

Reem's Creek, N. C. 
Madisonville, Tenn.. 

Wytheville, Va 

Greeneville, Tenn.... 

Lafayette, Ga 

Rogersville, Tenn . . . 
I Knoxville, Tenn.... 

Abingdon, Va 

Reem's Creek, N. C. 

Athens, Tenn 

Wytheville, Va 

Jonesboro, Tenn 

Knoxville, Tenn . . . . 

Cleveland, Tenn 

Abingdon, Va 

Athens, Tenn 

Asheville, N. C 

Wytheville, Va 

Cleveland, Tenn.... 
Jonesboro, Tenn.... 

Knoxville, Tenn 

Marion, Va 

Chattanooga, Tenn . . 

Abingdon, Va 

Asheville, N. C 

Greeneville, Tenn... 

Athens, Tenn 

Wytheville, Va 

Bristol, Tenn 

Marion, Va 

Asheville, N. C 

Cleveland, Tenn 

Knoxville, Tenn 

Abinj-don, Va 

Wytheville, Va 

Morristown, Tenn . . . 
Chattanooga, Tenn. . 

Marion, Va 

Asheville, N. C 

Knoxville, Tenn 

Bristol, Tenn 

Cleveland, Tenn 

Knoxville, Tenn 

Abingdon, Va 

Morristown, Tenn... 

Wytheville, Va 

Asheville, N. C 

Chattanooga, Tenn.. 

Bristol, Tenn 

Cleveland, Tenn 

Knoxville, Tenn 

Abingdon, Va 

Asheville, N. C 

Morristovs^n, Tenn... 

Bristol, Tenn 

Chattanooga, Tenn.. 

Wytheville, Va 

Knoxville, Tenn 



Nov. 
Oct. 
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Oct. 
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Oct. 
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Oct. 
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Oct. 
Sept. 
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Oct. 
Oct. 
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1824 IB 
1825 [b 
liiz6\ B 
18271 B 
1828 |B 
18291 B 

isaoj 

1831 IB 
B 



Bps 



1832 
1833 
1834 
1835 
1836 
1837 B 
18381 B 
18391 T 
1840 
1841 
1842 
1843 
1844 
1845 
1846 
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1848 
1849 
1850 
1851 
1852 
1853 
1854 
,1855 
1856 
1857 
1858 
1869 
1860 
1861 
1862 
1863 
1864 
1865 
1866 
1867 
1868 
18691 B 
18701 B 
18711 B 
18721 B 
18731 B 
18741 B 
1875 B 
18761 B 
1877 B 



1878 
1879 
1880 
1881 

1882 B 

1883 IB 



1884 
1885 
1886 
1887 
1888 
1889 
1890 
1891 
1892 
1893 



ishop Roberts 

shops Roberta & Soule, 

shop Soule 

shop Roberts 

shop Soule 

shop Soule 

McKendree & Soule 

shop Hedding 

shop Emory 

shop Roberts 

Henninger 

shop Andrew 

shop Capers 

shop Morris 

shop Andrew 

K. Catlett 

shop Morris 

Patton 

shop Waugh 

shop Morris 

shop Janes 

shop Andrew 

shop Capers 

shop Andrew 

shop Paine 

shop Andrew 

shop Capers 

shop Andrew 

shop Capers 

shop Paine 

shop Pierce 

shop Paine 

shop Andrew 

shop Early 

shop Andrew 

Early 

shop Paine 

shop Andrew 

shop Early 

shop Early 

shop Early 

shop Early 

shop McTyeire 

shop Wightman 

shop Wightman 

shop Doggett 

shop Kavanaugh 

shop Pierce 

shop Doggett 

shop Keener 

shop Doggett 

shop McTyeire 

shop Wightman 

shop Doggett 

shop Kavanaugh 

shop Pierce 

shop McTyeire 

shop McTyeire 

shop Wilson 

shop McTyeire 

shop Keener 

shop Keener 

shop McTyeire 

shop McTyeire 

shop Hargrove 

shop Wilson 

shop Keener 

shop Galloway 

shop Fitzgerald 

shop Duncan 



John Tevis 
T. Stringfield 



B 
S 
B 
B 
B 
B 
B 
B 
B 
B 
B 
B 

II 

B 

B 

B 

B 

B 

Bishop 

B 

B 

B 

B 

B 

B 

B 

B 

B 



E. F. Sevier 
E. F. Sevier 
E. F. Sevier 
E. F. Sevier 
F. Sevier 
Stringfield 
S. Marshall 
S. Marshal! 



E 

T. 

L 

L 

L. S. Marshall 

L 

L 

L, 



S. Marshall 
S. Marshall 
S. Marshall 

D. R. McAnally 

E. F. Sevier 
E. F. Sevier 
E. F. Sevier 
E. F. Sevier 
E. F. Sevier 
C. D. Smith 
C. D. Smith 
C. D. Smith 

C. D. Smith 
E. F. Sevier 

D. R. McAnally 
D. R. McAnally 

C. D. Smith 
W. C. Graves 
W. C. Graves 
W. C. Graves 
W. C. Graves 
W. C. Graves 
J. N. Huffaker 
J. N. Huffaker 

D. Sullins 

J. H. Brunner 
J. H. Brunner 

E. E. Wiley 
J. W. Dickey 
J. W. Dickey 
J. H. Brunner 
J. H. Brunner 
R. N. Price 

R. N. Price 
R. N. Price 
R. N. Price 
R. N. Price 
R. N. Price 

F. Richardson 
F. Richardson 
F. Richardson 
F. Richardson 
F. Richardson 
F. Richardson 

B. W. S. Bishop 
B. W. S. Bishop 
B. W. S. Bishop 
W. C. Garden 
W. C. Garden 
W. C. Garden 
W. C. Garden 
W. G. Garden 
W. C. Garden 
W. C. Garden 
W. C. Garden 
W. C. Garden 
W. C. Garden 
J. A. Burrow 



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o 


Place of Sessions 


Beginning 




President 




Secretary 


71 


Abingdon, Va 


Oct. 


24, 1894 


Bishop 


Granbery 


J. 


A. Burrow 


72 


Tazewell, Va 


Oct. 


16, 1895 


Bishop 


Duncan 


J. 


A. Burrow 


73 


Cleveland, Tenn 


Oct. 


7, 1896 


Bishop 


Galloway 


J. 


A. Burrow 


74 


Bristol, Tenn 


Oct. 


6, 1897 


Bishop 


Key 


J. 


A. Burrow 


75 


Morristown, Tenn... 


Oct. 


12, 1898 


Bishop 


Hargrove 


J. 


A. Burrow 


76 


Bluefield, W. Va.... 


Oct. 


11, 1899 


Bishop 


Wilson 


J. 


A. Burrow 


77 


Chattanooga, Tenn.. 


Oct. 


10, 1900 


Bishop 


Granbery 


J. 


A. Burrow 


78 


Knoxville, Tenn 


Oct. 


9, 1901 


Bishop 


Hendrix 


J. 


A. Burrow 


79 


Wytheville, Va 


Oct. 


8, 1902 


Bishop 


Morrison 


J. 


A. Burrow 


80 


Morristown, Tenn... 


Oct. 


7, 1903 


Bishop 


Hoss 


J. 


A. Burrow 


81 


Abingdon, Va 


Oct. 


12, 1904 


Bishop 


Smith 


J. 


A. Burrow 


82 


Bristol, Tenn-Va 


Oct. 


11, 1905 


Bishop 


Duncan 


J. 


A. Burrow 


83 


Cleveland, Tenn 


Oct. 


10, 1906 


Bishop 


Galloway 


J. 


A. Burrow 


84 


Bluefield, W. Va.... 


Oct. 


9, lii07 


Bishop 


Morrison 


J. 


A. Burrow 


85 


Knoxville, Tenn 


Oct. 


7, 1908 Bishop 


Hoss 


J. 


A. Burrow 


86 


Johnson City, Tenn. 


Oct. 


6, 1909 iBishop 


Hoss 


J. 


A. Burrow 


87 


Chattanooga, Tenn . . 


Oct. 


5, 1910 ^Bishop 


Candler 


J. 


A. Burrow 


88 


Morristown, Tenn . . . 


Oct. 


4, 1911 Bishop 


Kilgo 


J. 


A. Burrow 


89 


Abingdon, Va 


Oct. 


2, 1912 


Bishop 


Kilgo 


J. 


A. Burrow 



HOLSTON EPWORTH LEAGUE CONFERENCE. 

President — E. C. Hamilton, Abingdon, Va. 

Vice-President— J. D. Lea, Knoxville, Tenn. 

Secretary— R. K. Carr, Bluefield, W. Va. 

Treasurer — John T. Wood, Knoxville, Tenn. 

Junior Superintendent — Walter Neal, Chattanooga, Tenn. 

DISTRICT SECRETARIES. 

Bluefield— J. R. Melcher, Bluefield, W. Va. 

Tazewell— Rev. J. 0. Straley, Tazewell, Va. 

Radford — Swift Waugh, Galax, Va. 

Wytheville — Miss Cleo James, Rural Retreat, Va. 

Abingdon — H. F. Potts, Abingdon, Va. 

Big Stone Gap — Miss Alice Bruce, Big Stone Gap, Va. 

Morristown — F. A. Rosenblatt, Greeneville, Tenn. 

Knoxville — Edgar Lotspeich, Knoxville, Tenn. 

Chattanooga — Ulrich Steffner, Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Harriman — W. H. Briggs, Spring City, Tenn. 

JUNIOR DISTRICT SECRETARIES. 

Bluefield— Mrs. J. L. Penn, Bluefield, W. Va. 
Tazewell — To be selected. 
Radford— Mrs. C. D. Glendy, Dublin, Va. 
Wytheville — Miss Carrie Wright, Marion, Va. 
Abingdon — Mrs. J. T. Guy, Gldde Spring, Va. 
Big Stone Gap— Mrs. E. B. McElroy, Wise, Va. 
Morristown — Miss Hope Sowers, Greeneville, Tenn. 
Knoxville — Mrs. J. B. Johnson, Lincoln Park, Tenn. 
Chattanooga — Miss Vinnie Fricks, Rossville, Ga. 
Harriman — Miss Pearl Tindell, Harriman, Tenn. 



DISTRICT CONFERENCES FOR 1913. 

Bluefield District — Grace Church, Bluefield. 
Tazewell District — Grundy, Va. 
Radford District — Pearisburg, Va. 
Wytheville District — Lebanon, Va. 



THE HOLSTON ANNUAL 

Abingdon District — Damascus, Va. 
Big Stone Gap District — Coeburn, Va. 
Morristown District — Surgoinsville, Tenn. 
Knoxville District — Loudon, Tenn. 
Chattanooga District — Ooltewah, Tenn. 
Harriman District — Pikeville, Tenn. 



HOLSTON WOMAN'S MISSIONARY SOCIETY. 

Note — The Foreigrn and Home Mission Societies of Holston Conference have been 
united. 

OflScers 

President — Mrs. J. W. Perry, Chattanooga, Tenn. 

First Vice-President — Mrs. A. N. Jackson, Louisville, Tenn. 

Second Vice-President — Mrs. G. M. Harrill, Knoxville, Tenn. 

Third Vice-President — Mrs. Alice Chapman, Clinton, Tenn. 

Fourth Vice-President — Mrs, P. L. Cobb, Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Cor. Sec. Foreign Dept. — Miss Bettie Browder, Sweetwater, Tenn. 

Cor. Sec. Home Department — Mrs. W. B. SuUins, Knoxville, Tenn. 

Treasurer Foreign Department — Mrs. C. F. Trent, Knoxville, Tenn. 

Treasurer Home Department — Mrs. M. H. Honaker, Abingdon, Va. 

Recording Secretary — Mrs. Carrie Alderson, Wise, Va. 

Supt. 5th Sunday Collections — Mrs. S. B. Cook, Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Supt. of Supplies— Mrs. W. C. Naff, Knoxville, Tenn. 

Supt. Lit. and Press — Mrs. Frank Dosser, Morristown, Tenn. 

Board of Directors for Greeneville Industrial Home and School. 

President — Rev. J. A. Burrow, Chattanooga, Tenn.; Secretary — 
Mrs. W. B. Speer, Chattanooga, Tenn.; Mrs. W. L. Rohr, Chattanooga, 
Tenn.; Mrs. S. B. Cook, Chattanooga, Tenn.; Mrs. S. C. Williams, 
Johnson City, Tenn.; Mrs. W. B. Sullins, Knoxville, Tenn.; Mrs. W. C. 
Naff, Knoxville, Tenn.; Rev. J. A. Baylor, Bristol, Tenn.; Mr. F. A. 
Carter, Sweetwater, Tenn.; Mrs. E. E. Wiley, Agent, Greeneville, Tenn.; 
Superintendent of Supplies and Transportation, Mrs. W. C. Naff, 
Knoxville, Tenn. 

CALENDAR 

Week of Prayer, October. 

Next Annual Meeting, Bristol, Tenn. 

Next Annual Council Meeting, 1913. 

DISTRICT SECRETARIES. 

Radford District — Mrs. Jesse Bosang, Pulaski City, Va. 

Bluefield District — To be supplied; Mrs. E. Henson, Bluefield, 
W. Va. 

Wytheville District— Mrs. R. H. Miller, Rural Retreat, Va.; Mrs. 
J. W. Lantz, Cedar Springs, Va. 

Big Stone Gap District — Mrs. C. Q. Counts, Coeburn, Va. 

Tazewell District — Mrs. J. C. St. Clair, Tazewell, Va.; Mrs. Jas. 
O'Keefe, Tazewell, Va. 

Abingdon District — Mrs. Jack Buchanan, Saltville, Va.; Mrs. D. P. 
Hurley, Saltville, Va. 

Morristown District — Mrs. John Helms, Morristown, Tenn. 

Knoxville District — Mrs. S. D. Haun, Knoxville, Tenn.; Mrs. Crew 
Webb, Knoxville, Tenn. 

Chattanooga District — Mrs. J. E. Sanders, Alton Park, Tenn. 

Harriman District — Mrs. J. A. Baker, Clinton, Tenn. 



THB HOLSTON ANNUAL 5 

OFFICERS TO WHOM MONEY SHOULD BE SENT 

Mrs. M. H. Honaker, Conference Treasurer for Home Depart- 
ment — dues, Conference expense fund, life memberships, week of 
prayer offering, and assessments collected by the Home Department. 

Mrs. C. F. Trent, Conference Treasurer for Foreign Department — 
dues, life memberships, week of prayer offering and all money collect- 
ed by Foreign Department. 

Mrs. A. N. Jackson — All names for Baby Roll and McEarchen 
Brigade. Duplicates sent to Conference Treasurers. 

Fifth Sunday Collections should be sent to Mrs. S. B. Cook; cash 
supplies for Orphanage to Mrs. W. C. Naff. All boxes of supplies to 
Mrs. E. E. Wiley, and report valuation of same to District Secretary. 



THE HOLSTON ANNUAL 



OUR SA INTE D DEAD 

"And I heard a voice from Heaven saying unto me, Write, Blessed are the dead 
vsfhich die in the Lord, from henceforth ; Yea, saith the Spirit, that they may rest 
from their labors ; and their works do follow them." — Rev. xiv : 13. 



Admitted on 
Trial 



Where Buried 



Moses Black 

George Atkin 

James G. H. Spear 
John Henninger. . . 
Thomas Wilkerson. 
Mitchell Martin . . . 

Eli K. Hutsell 

Ira Falls 

John Bowman 

O. F. Cunningham. 
David Fleming .... 
James Y. Crawford. 

James Dixon 

Ransom M. Moore. 
John Barringer .... 
Leander W. Wilson. 

David Adams 

Samuel Patton 

Washington Boring. 

Ulrick Keener 

George Eakin 

Jesse Cunningham . 

John M. Kelly 

John M. Varnell... 
A. M. Goodykoontz . 
Thomas Stringfleld . 

Charles Mitchell 

Andrew Gass 

Robertson Ganaway. 

Creed Fulton 

William K. Foster. 
Elbert F. Sevier. . . 
Samuel A. Miller.. 

W. W. Smith 

Rufus M. Stevens . . 
James R. Ballew.. 
George M. ProfRt. . 

H. B. Swisher 

Edwin C. Wexler. . 
John D. Wagg. . . . 
Jesse G. Sv/isher. . 
Daniel R. Reagan . . 
Thomas K. Catlett. 
James K. Stringfleld 
Thomas K. Munsey 
Joseph L. McGhee. 
Samuel B. Harwell . 
Samuel Alexander. . 
Edward F. Lyons . . 
E. Waverly Marsh. 

Jacob Brillhart 

John M. Crismond. 
George W. Martin . . 
Daniel C. Carter. . . 
James D. Dickey . . . 

John Reynolds 

Wiley B. Winton.. 
William W. Neal . . . 

Carroll Long 

L. W. Thompson . . . 
Francis A. Farley.. 
W. M. Crawford . . . 
Samuel S. Grant . . . 
Elbert L. Barrett.. 



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1793 



1796.. S. Carloina 



1773 
1813 



1816 
1798 
1797 
1822 
1810 



17 
1802 



1813 
1796 
1814 
1792 
1780 



1828 



1814 

1 

1836 



1828 

1835 

1803 

1834 

17 

1839 

1816 

1844 



1822 
1811 



Tennessee 
.Western. 



1837. 

1835. 

LS32. 

1812. 

1834. 

1824. 

1823. 

1811. 

1849. 

1827. 

1836. 

1821. 

1819. 

1851. 

1825. 

1811. 

1811. 

1828. 

1849. 

1838. 

1816. 

1851. 

1843. 

1827. 

1823. 

1853. 

1823. 

1836. 

1851. 

1859. 

1860. 

1858. 

1860. 

1850. 

1858. 

1844. 

1859. 

1825. 

1858. 

1840. 

1869. 

1819. 

1860. 

1866. 

1869. 

1848. 

1847. 

1863. 

1827. 

1852. 

1819. 

1833. 

1846. 

1845. 

1872. 

1873. 
1842 1873. 
1839 1858. 
U873. 



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1847 
1808 



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1803 
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1797 
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1849 



. Western . 
. Holston . . 
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. Tennessee 
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. Tennessee 
. Western. . 
.Holston. . 
. Holston . . 
. Holston. 
. Tennessee 
. Tennessee 
. Holston . 
. Holston . 
.Western. 
.Western. 
.S.Carolina 
. Holston . 
. Baltimore 
. Tennessee 
.Holston. 
. Holston . . 
. Holston . . 
. Tennessee 
. Holston . . 
. Tennessee 
. Holston . . 
. Holston . . 
. Holston . . 
. Holston . . 
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. Holston . . 
. Holston . . 
. Tennessee 
.Missouri. 
.Tennessee 
. Holston . . 
. Kentucky 
.Holston. . 
. Holston . . 
. Holston . . 
. Holston . . 
.S.Carolina 
.Holston. . 
. Holston . . 
. Holston . . 
. Holston . . 
. Holston . . 
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1827 
1833 
1838 

1839 
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1844 



1850 
1850 



Abingdon, Va. 



Cleveland, Tenn 

Abingdon, Va 

Charleston, Tenn 

Sulphur Springs, N. C. . 

Roane Co., Tenn 

Rheatown, Tenn 

Wheeler's Chapel, Tenn . 

Kingston, Tenn 

Rogersville, Tenn 



1851 
1851 
1853 
1854 
1854 
1856 
1856 
1856 
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1858 
1858 
1859 
1859 
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1861 
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1864 
1865 
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1866 
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1874 
1874 
1874 
1874 
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1876 
1876 
1878 
1878 
1878 
1878 
1879 
1 



Abingdon, Va. 



Strawberry Plains, Tenn . . . 

Kingsport, Tenn 

Sullivan Co., Tenn 

Jackson Co., N. C 

Uriel, Tenn 

Mt. Harmony, Tenn 

Tazewell, Tenn 

Calhoun, Tenn 

Clear Branch, Va 

Strawberry Plains, Tenn . 

Carroll Co., Va 

Dandridge, Tenn 

Smyth Co., Va 

Emory, Va 

New Hope, W. Va 

Chattanooga, Tenn 

Lee Co., Va 



Covington, Ky. 
North Carolina 



Greeneville, Tenn. . 

Alabama 

Hillsville, Va 

Calhoun, Tenn 

Georgia 

Abingdon, Va 

Asheville, N. C 

Calhoun, Tenn 

Sweetwater, Tenn. . 

Kingston, Tenn. . . . 

Marion, Va 

Knoxville, Tenn. . . . 

Rhea Co., Tenn 

Sweetwater, Tenn. . 

Liberty Hill, Tenn.. 

Bakersville, N. C. . . 

Liberty Hill, Tenn.. 

Clear Branch, Va. . . 

Asheville, N. C 

Springfield, Mo. . . . 

Rhea Springs, Tenn. 

Wesleyana, Tenn. . . 

Floyd, Va 

Jonesville, Va 

Boone, N. C 

188]lJacksboro, Tenn. ... 
18811Shiloh, Tenn 



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THB HOLSTON ANNUAL 



OUR SAINTED DEAD- Continued 



Admitted on 
Trial 



Where Buried 



=0 ?. 



SI'S 



William Hicks 

Joseph Haskew .... 
William H. Barnes. 
Henry B. Avery . . . 
A. G. Blankenbeckler 
William B. Pickens 
John H. Robeson . 
Archibald T. Brooks 
James K. P. Ball 
John D. Baldwin. 
Timothy Sullins . . 
William M. Bellamy 
Larkin W. Crouch. . 
James T. Smith .... 

David R. Smith 

John S. Bourne .... 
William L. Turner. 
Samuel D. Gaines . . 
George W. Renf ro . . 
Samuel R. Wheeler. 
David C. Home.... 
George Stewart .... 
Andrew J. Frazier. 
George W. Miles . . . 
James N. S.Huffaker 
Thomas J. Pope . . . 
William W. Witcher 
John M. McTeer . . . 
Ephraim E. Wiley. 
Tobias F. Smythe.. 
John L. M. French. 

Rufus W. Kite 

George W.K.Greerie. 
Emory B. Robertson 
John R. Bellamy... 
Riley A. Giddins . . . 
Benj. W. S. Bishop. 
G. M. F. Hampton. 



1811 
1797 
1812 
1839 
1850 
1845 
1818 
1817 
1844 
1818 
1812 
1847 



lOSlSewell Phillips. 



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105 
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110 
111 
112 
113 
114 
115 
116 
117 
118 
119 
120 
121 
122 
123 
124 
125 
126 
127 
12'8 
129 
130 
131 
132 



Philip Sutton 
James R. Chambers 
Fleming D. Crumley 
Jefferson D. Akers . 
James A. Davis.... 
Henry P. Waugh . . 
John H. Kennedy. . 
John R.Cunningham 
W.G.E. Cunnyngham 

John Alley 

Joseph F. Wampler. 
James K. Wolfe .... 
Wm. H. Henderson. 
Edward W. Walker 
William L. Jones . . 

John H. Keith 

William H. Dawn . . 
Rufus M. Hickey. . 

Elbert S. Bettis 

Jones F. Hash 

Alex. E. Woodward. 
John W. Robertson 
Enoch W. Moore. . . 
Francis M. Grace . . 
Rush F. Jackson . . . 
William P. Doane . . 
William Robeson . . . 
John R. Stradley . . 
William M. Dyer. . . 



1819 
1835 
1856 
1811 
1811 
1823 
1816 
1857 
1821 
1836 
1829 
1827 
1817 
1815 
1824 
1814 
1837 
1838 
1858 
11831 
1855 
1866 
1818 
1834 
1850 
1830 
1828 
1850 
1829 
1868 
1825 



1833. 
1827, 
1838 
1860 
1877, 
1877, 
1870 
1871, 
1870, 
1850, 
1832. 
1878. 
1846. 
1847. 
1868. 
1881. 
1837. 



1848 
1844 
1820 
1825 
1848 
1847 
1846 
1866 
1853 
1839 



1847 
1861 
1885 
1851 
1860 
1854 
1846. 
1854, 
1849, 
1847, 
1840, 
1860, 
1861, 
1884, 
1859, 
1878, 
1891, 
1848, 
1856, 
1879. 
1851, 
1854, 
1887, 
1860, 
1391, 
1857, 
1855, 
1872, 
1875, 
1843, 
1845, 
1876, 



1820 
1859 
1870 
1832 
1850 
1833 
1832 
1849 
1883 
1822 
1825 
1857 



1895. 
1889, 
1882. 
1870. 
1872, 
1845, 
1893, 
1891, 



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1860. 
1853. 
1884, 
1859, 
1844, 
1856, 
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1882 
1882 
188i 
1882 
1888 
1883 
1885 
1885 
1885 
1885 
1885 
1886 

i887 
1888 
1888 
1889 
1889 
1889 
1890 
1890 
1891 
1892 
1892 
1892 
1892 
1892 
1892 
1893 
1893 
1898 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1897 
1897 
1898 
1898 
1898 
1899 
1900 
1900 
1900 
1900 
1901 
1901 



31uff City, Tenn 

Vbingdon, Va 

'rinceton, W. Va. . . 



Ireeneville, Tenn 

)ucktown, Tenn 

Buncombe Co., N. C 

^alls Mill, Va 

Spring Creek, Tenn 

Sneedville, Tenn 

Cnoxville, Tenn 

icott Co., Va 

jalhoun, Tenn 

Vsheville, N. C 

togersville, Tenn 

Spring Valley, Va 

onesville, Va 

Bristol, Tenn 

larriman, Tenn 

Vlderson, W. Va 

^ockwood, Tenn 

/Vythe Co., Va 

Cnoxville, Tenn 

Marion, Va 

K:nox Co., Tenn 

Vernon, Texas 

Cleveland, Tenn 

Wytheville, Va 

Emory, Va 

Near Emory, Va 

Wythe Co., Va 

Bristol, Tenn 

Bland Co., Va 

Dalton, Ga 

Elizabethton, Tenn 

Cleveland, Tenn 

Emory, Va 

Riceville, Tenn 

Eagle Furnace, Tenn .... 

Princeton, W. Va 

Blountville, Tenn 

Fall Branch, Tenn 

Montgomery Co., Va 

Pmory, Va 

Morristown, Tenn 

Morristown, Tenn 

Wheeler's Chapel, Tenn . 

Nashville, Tenn 

Dunlap, Tenn 

Shell Mound, Tenn 

New Providence, Tenn . . . 

Decatur, Tenn 

Graham, Va 

Tenn 

heville, N. C 

Knoxville, Tenn 

1902 Morristown, Tenn 

1903 Emory, Va 

1903 Grayson Co., Va 

ISC'* Tate Spring, Tenn 

1904 Tasper, Tenn 

1904 Independence, Va 

1904 Owenton, Ala 

190E Emory, Va 

1905 Friend's Station, Tenn.. 

1905 Blountville, Tenn 

1905Hiwassee College, Tenn. 
1905 Emory, Va 



1902 ^Morristown, 
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31 

22 
5 
6 

ii 

6 
26 
13 

8 
19 
32 
15 

6 
13 
18 
13 
27 

6 
34 
32 
35 
20 

9 
38 
35 
53 
17 
32 

8 
20 
11 

3 
14 
39 
11 
16 
27 

9 
30 



24 



13 
19 



50 

7 
12 



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20 
20 
23 
16 
20 



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Where Buried 



Samuel S. Weatherly 
William H. Bates.. 
James S. Kennedy.. 
James Mahoney.... 
Charles H. Fogleman 
Joseph B. Davis.... 
John C. Runyan . . . 
James M. Jimison. . 
James E. Swecker. . 
John D. Hickson... 
Robert E. Smith . . . 

John Boring 

Milton J. Butcher.. 
Jacob R. Payne.... 

John Woolsey 

William H. Kelly.. 
John B. Carnes. . . . 
William W. Pyott. . 
George B. Draper. . . 
Frank Richardson . . 
John P. Dickey .... 



1857 
1821 
1826 
1828 
1875 
1833 
1845 
1877 
1861 
1835 
1846 
1827 
1873 
1840 
1851 
1824 
1858 
1846 
1855 
1831 
1844 



1873. 
1846. 
1852. 
1859. 
1902. 
1874. 
1871. 
1905. 
1890. 
1875. 
1870. 
1851. 
1896. 
1861. 
1888. 
1848. 
1888. 
1865. 
1889. 
1854. 
1871. 



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1909 
1909 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 

1912 
1912 



Emory, Va 

Knoxville, Tenn 

Knoxville, Tenn 

Wallace, Va 

Russell Co., Va 

Emory, Va 

Pleasant Grove, Tenn.. 

Emory, Va 

Wythe Co., Va 

Afton, Tenn 

Chattanooga, Tenn. . . . 

Chattanooga, Tenn 

Surgoinsville, Tenn. . . 

Telford, Tenn 

Powell's Station, Tenn. 

Tazewell, Va 

Knoxville, Tenn 

Emory, Va 

Gate City, Va 

LaFollette, Tenn 

Los Angeles, Cal 



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Henry B. Bascom 

William Capers 

Joshua Soule 

James O. Andrew 

John Early 

Enoch M. Marvin 

David S. Doggett 

Robert Paine 

William M. Wightman . . 

George F. Pierce 

Hubbard T. Kavanaugh . 

Linus Parker 

Holland N. McTyeire. . . . 

Atticus G. Haygood 

Robert K. Hargrove 

John C. Keener 

John J. Tigert 

Alexander Coke Smith.. 

John C. Granbery 

William Wallace Duncan 
Charles B. Galloway .... 

Seth Ward 

Oscar Penn Fitzgerald.. 



1796 
1790 
1781 
1794 
1786 
1823 
1810 
1799 
1808 
1811 
1802 
1829 
1824 
1839 
1829 
1819 
1856 
1849 
1829 
1839 
1849 
1858 
1829 



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1808- 
1799- 
1812- 
1807- 
1841- 
1829- 
1818- 
1828- 
1831- 
1823- 
1849- 
1845- 
1859- 
1857- 
1842- 
1877- 
1872- 
1848- 
1859- 
1869- 
1879- 
1854- 



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-New York 

-South Carolina . . 

-Virginia 

-Missouri 

-Virginia 

-Tennessee 

-South Carolina... 

-Georgia 

-Kentucky 

-Louisiana 

-Virginia 

-Georgia 

-Alabama 

-Alabama 

-Louisville 

-South Carolina... 

-Virginia 

-Virginia 

-Mississippi 

-Northwest Texas. 
-Georgia 



1850 
1846 
1824 
1832 
1854 
1866 
1866 
1846 
1866 
1854 
1854 
1882 
1866 
1890 
1882 
1870 
1906 
1902 
1882 
1886 
1886 
1906 
1890 



1850 
1855 
1867 
1871 
1873 
1877 
1880 
1882 
1882 
1884 
1884 
1885 
1889 
1896 
1905 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1907 
1908 
1909 
1909 
1911 



LOCAL PREACHERS OF HOLSTON 

Note — (E) means Elder; (D) means Deacon 



BLUEFIELD DISTRICT. 

1 Wm. H. Ayers (D), Bluefield, W. Va. 

2 J. H. Honaker (E), Montcalm, W. Va. 

3 Wiley W. Yost (E), Kimball, W. Va. 

4 G. T. McClure (E), Pineville, W. Va. 

5 M. W. Davis, Rock, W. Va. 

6 Benj. C. Wise (D), Anawalt, W. Va. 

7 Chas. E. Cooney, Eckman, W. Va. 



8 Wade H. Frazier, Graham, Va. 

9 Jas. D. Wright, Rock, W. Va. 

10 Percy E. Baily (E), Matewan, W. Va. 

11 Dan. A. Atkins (D), Keystone, W. Va. 

12 Henry D. Justice, Williamson, W. Va. 

13 Lorenzo D. Trent, Wilmore, W. Va. 

14 J. W. Lord, Bluefield, W. Va. 

15 Robt. C. Bird, Williamson, W. Va. 

16 B. W. Fitch (E), Mullens, W. Va. 



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17 W. J. Blankenship, Cedar, W. Va. 

18 A. H. Gentry (E). Sandlick, W. Va. 
ig'Jas. D. Spitser (E), Davy, W. Va. 

20 Orman T. Headley-, Matewan, W. Va. 

21 S. P. Stringer, Big Sandy, W. Va. 

22 Ellis C. lessee,* Matewan, W. Va. 

23 James M. Wysor.* Mannering, W. Va. 

24 R. J. Wampler, Deskins, Va. 

TAZEWELL DISTRICT 

1 George Buston (E), Tazewell, A'a. 

2 J. W. Holbrook (E), Bailey, Va. 

3 Robert Cross (E), Castlewood, Va. 

4 W. K. Neel (D), Shawver's Mill, Va. 

5 W. A. Boyd (D), Davenport, Va. 

6 H. N. Boyd (D), Boyd, Va. 

7 J. W. Bowling (D), N. Tazewell, Va. 

8 Gabriel Davis (D), Grundy, Va. 

9 P. R. Suiter (D), Cove Creek, Va. 

10 J. C. Campbell (D), Honaker, Va. 

11 W. A. Goss, Belfast Mills, Va. 

12 E. G. Smith, Big Creek, Va. 

13 T. A. Repass, Tazewell, Va. 

14 C. W. Street, Deskins, Va. 

15 Burdine Looney, Grundy, Va. 

16 T. H. Short, Burk's Garden, Va. 

17 E. M. Boyd, Boyd's, Va. 

18 Jefferson Davis, Grundy, Va. 

19 George W. Fox, Burk's Garden, Va. 

20 Moses Horn, Bear Wallow, Va. 

21 W. A. Reynolds, Graham, Va. 

22 N. F. Coleman, Boyd, Va. 

23 Vance Gibson, Castlewood, Va. 

24 C. Wiley Johnson, Elk Garden, Va. 

25 R. J. Mampler, Deskins, Va. 

26 W. L. Vernon, N. Tazewell, Va. 

27 T. N. Shook, Carrie, Va. 

28 Joseph J. Porter, Slemp, Va. 

29 G. L. Kelley, Lebanon, Va. 

30 H. A. Carter,* 

RADFORD DISTRICT 

1 J. E. Brown* (E), Poplar Camp, Va. 

2 Chas. A. Brown (E), Narrows, Va. 

3 Leander C. Taylor (E), Snowville, Va. 

4 John B. Peery (E), Floyd, Va. 

5 Philip P. Kinser (E), Galax, Va. 

6 H. C. Thompson (D), Ivanhoe, Va. 

7 E. Johnson (D), Radford, Va. 

8 D. B. Connor (D), Floyd, Va. 

9 Douglas Morgan (D), Athens, W. Va. 

10 E. F. Cooper, Athens, W. Va. 

11 H. W. Bird, Pride, W. Va. 

12 E. C. Williams, Galax, Va. 

13 C. Aug. Smith, Fancy Gap, Va. 

14 James A. Turner, Foster Falls, Va. 

15 Preston Fowler, Poplar Camp, Va. 

16 G. B. Halstead, Princeton, W. Va. 

17 J. C. Flinchom, Pulaski, Va. 

18 W. C. Shrewsberry, Lerona, W. Va. 

19 C. D. Gutridge, Pipestem, W. Va. 

20 Henry A. Young, Indian Valley, Va. 

21 Henry L. Dean, Ivanhoe, Va. 

22 Jesse W. Morris, Piper Gap, Va. 

23 Ethelbert Weeks, Willis, Va. 

24 W. A. Warner, Oakvale, W. Va. 

25 L. D. Maberry, Galax, Va. 

26 Daniel L. Smith, Willis, Va. 

27 H. S. Austin, Athens, W. Va. 

WYTHEVILLE DISTRICT 

1 T. C. Vaughn (E), Spring Valley, A'a. 

2 R. L. .Newberry (E), Mechanicsburg, Va. 

3 J. P. Byrd (E), Cripple Creek, Va. 

4 J. R. Pinion (E), Spring Valley, Va. 



5 Levi Brown (D), Atkins, Va. 

6 W. A. Leonard (D), Groseclose, Va. 

7 S. V. Morris (D), Holly Brook, Va. 

8 F. F. Repass (D), Holly Brook, Va. 

9 W. M. Shuler (D), Atkins, Va. 

10 W. M. Buntz (D), Max Meadows, Va. 

11 Clark Cornett, Comers Rock, Va. 

12 H. J. Crowgy, Wytheville, Va. 

13 J. A. Fisher, Wytheville, Va. 

14 G. A. Callihan, Wytheville, Va. 

15 J. R. Pugh, Grant, Va. 

16 B. A. Poole, Independence, Va. 

17 J. K. Shuler, Flatridge, Va. 

18 W. E. Williams, Stevens Creek, Va. 

19 J. M. Shepherd, Mechanicsburg, Va. 

20 F. M. Radford, Holly Brook, Va. 

21 S. T. Hale, Elk Creek, Va. 

22 W. P. Eastwood, Wytheville, Va. 

23 G. W. Slagle, Rural Retreat, Va. 

24 G. W. Hudson, Max Meadows, Va. 

25 E. W. Dean, Max Meadows, Va. 

26 C. P. Kelly, St. Paul, Va. 

27 T. R. Fulton, Summerfield, Va. 

28 R. L. Wiley, Independence, Va. 

29 Fulton Blankenship, Holly Brook, Va. 

30 A. T. Lowery, Rural Retreat, Va. 

31 G. F. Thomas, Grant, Va. 

32 W. D. Larue, Elk Creek, Va. 

33 Emmett B. Groseclose, Crockett, Va. 

34 Chas. W. Umberger, Ceres, Va. 

35 Chas. G. Eastwood, Wytheville, Va. 

ABINGDON DISTRICT 

1 W. B. Gale (E), Bristol, Tenn. 

2 E. C. Rodefer (E), Bristol, Tenn. 

3 B. O. Davis (E), Abingdon, Va. 

4 W. B. Scarboro (D), Bristol, Tenn. 

5 J.A.Pendergrass (Bl, Blountvilla, Tenn. 

6 S. B. Fickle, Blountville, Tenn. 

7 D. C. Clendenen (E), Bluff City, Tenn. 

8 T. G. Neel (D), Alvarado, Va. 

9 J. W. Louthian, Saltville, Va. 

10 J. A. Johnson, Saltville, Va. 

11 P. H. Stringer, Meadow View, Va. 

12 W. W. Burk (D), Meadow View, Va. 

13 W. E. Jesse, Bristol, Tenn. 

14 Oscar C. Fortenberry, Emory, Va. 

15 Henry A. Carlton, Emory, Va. 

16 Robert E. Greer, Meadow View, Va. 

BIG STONE GAP DISTRICT. 

1 W. W. Woodward (E), Jonesville, Va. 

2 H. P. Nixon, Tom's Creek, Va. 

3 W. N. Baker (D), Jonesville, Va. 

4 J. E. Graham (D) Jonesville, Va. 

5 T. P. Graham (E), Jonesville, Va. 

6 R. L. Graham (D), Jonesville, Va. 

7 R. L. DeBurk, Rose Hill, Va. 

8 C. C. Brooks (D), Hogan, Va. 

9 W. J. Crabtree (D), Dorchester, Va. 
19 J. E. Fogleman, Tazewell, Tenn. 

11 H. K. Hillman (E), Herald, Va. 

12 Worley Hillman (D), .Nickelsville, Va. 

13 S. W. McConnell (D), St. Charles Va. 

14 P. H. Larmer, Pennington Gap, Va. 

15 W. H. Wampler (E), E. Stone Gap, Va. 

16 J. M. Umphreys (D), Tom's Creek, Va. 

17 S. M. Jennings, Clinchport, Va. 

18 J. E. Evans, Dungannon, Va. 

19 J. C. Kinzer (E), Tazewell, Tenn. 

20 C. R. Cline, Tazewell, Tenn. 

21 T. F. Suthers (D), Norton, Va. 

22 J. T. Smith, Pennington Gap, Va. 

23 J. H. Russell, Hubbard Springs, Va. 

24 Arch Buchanan, Tazewell, Tenn. 

25 J, A. Clemens, Wise, Va. 



♦Licensed this year. 



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26 John William Ely, Jonesville, Va. 

27 Roy F. Kilburn, Appalachia, Va. 

28 John Paul Stover, Appalachia, Va. 

29 W. C. Averette, Stonega, Va. 

30 Melvin Legg, Stonega, Va. 

31 Roy L. Osborne, Clinchport, Va. 

32 B. M. Francisco, Nickelsville, Va. 

33 James Polk Brake, Appalachia, Va. 

34 Henry J. Kelley, Nickelsville, Va. 

35 N. Monroe Bloomer, Dooley, Va. 

MORRISTOWN DISTRICT 

1 A. J. Bruner (E), Morristown, Tenn. 

2 J. H. Lotspeich, Morristown, Tenn. 

3 A. L. Broyles, Jonesboro, Tenn. 

4 J. B. Cross, Chucky, Tenn. 

5 M. G. Price (D), Mosheim, Tenn. 

6 G. W. Fagala, Dandridge, Tenn. 

7 W. H. Miller (E), Leadvale, Tenn. 

8 B. H. Talley (D), White Pine, Tenn. 

9 Marvin L. Talley, White Pine, Tenn. 

10 C. R. Vinson, Newport, Tenn. 

11 D. T. Kirk (D), Newport, Tenn. 

12 James Young (D), Tampico, Tenn. 

13 Neil W. Bellamy, Surgoinsville, Tenn. 

14 Loren Long, Johnson City, Tenn. 

15 D. P. Wilcox (E), Elizabethton, Tenn. 

16 E. B. McLain, Greeneville, Tenn. 

17 C. H. Williams, Hiwassee Col., Tenn. 

18 Onessus Logan, Strahl, Tenn. 

19 Roe D. S''ioun, Greeneville, Tenn. 

20 M. J. Carico, Proctor, N. C. 

21 W. C. Wampler,* Morristown, Tenn. 

22 L. R. Gaines,* Elizabethton, Tenn. 

KNOXVILLE DISTRICT 

1 R. B. Parsons (E), Bearden, Tenn. 

2 J. H. Sensabaugh (E), Knoxville, Tenn. 

3 Josiah Fortner, Knoxville, Tenn. 

4 D. H. Groover (D), Etowah, Tenn. 

5 J. A. Graves, Etowah, Tenn. 

6 J. M. Bell, Fountain City, Tenn. 

7 Lee M. Coward, Byington, Tenn. 

8 P. S. Moody, Unitia, Tenn. 

9 C. L. Stradley (E), Sweetwater, Tenn. 

10 Fred Gordon, Sweetwater, Tenn. 

11 J. H. Lowry (E), Madisonville, Tenn. 

12 Claude Curtis, Maryville, Tenn. 

13 Frank Forkner, Sweetwater, Tenn. 

14 R. H. Jewell (E), Etowah, Tenn. 

15 T. M. Hicks (D), Benton, Tenn. 

16 J. M. Stewart (D), Greenback, Tenn. 

17 G. C. Emmett, Fountain City, Tenn. 

18 J. C. Harris (E), Knoxville, Tenn. 

19 H. J. Wolfe (D), Knoxville, Tenn. 

20 A. N. Jackson (E), Louisville, Tenn. 



21 J. E. McCampbell (B), Townsend, Tenn. 

22 O. E. Householder, Knoxville, Tenn. 

23 E. T. Estes, Knoxville, Tenn. 

24 W. B. Peck,* Madisonville, Tenn. 

25 William A. Roberts,* Knoxville, Tenn. 

26 R. H. Ballard,* Knoxville, Tenn. 

CHATTANOOGA DISTRICT 

1 H. K. Allison (E), East Lake, Tenn. 

2 L. J. Biggers (E), St. Elmo, Tenn. 

3 M. R. M. Burke (E), Athens, Tenn. 

4 W. J. Eddings (E), Chattanooga, Tenn. 

5 J. R. Hatfield (E), Soddy, Tenn. 

6 T. B. McCurdy (E), Mt. Vernon, Tenn. 

7 W. H. Patterson (E), Cleveland, Tenn. 

8 C. L. Padgett (E), Chattanooga, Tenn. 

9 H. A. True (E), St. Elmo, Tenn. 

10 J. W. Ault (D), Cleveland. Tenn. 

11 D. C. Cam (D), Chattanooga, Tenn. 

12 W. J. Cannon (D), S. Pittsburg, Tenn. 

13 I. F. Fisher (D), Appison, Tenn. 

14 J. D. Hadaway (D), Rising Fawn, Ga. 

15 J. R. McFarland (D), Rossville, Ga. 

16 J. M. Smith (D), Mt. Vernon, Tenn. 

17 A. M. Tomlinson (D), Athens, Tenn. 

18 J. C. Wells (D), Chattanooga, Tenn. 

19 J. T. Williams (D), Ridgedale, Tenn. 

20 J. S. Young (D), Chattanooga, Tenn. 

21 Earl M. Alexander, Chattanooga, Tenn. 

22 Jas. A. Cline, Tellico Plains, Tenn. 

23 J. H. Drinnon, Lookout Mt., Tenn. 

24 Elza Forrester, Rising Fawn, Ga. 

25 Carl B. Hall, Tyner, Tenn. 

26 P. H. Horner, Chattanooga, Tenn. 

27 E. S. Payne, Rossville, Ga. 

28 F. L. Pendleton, Mt. Vernon, Tenn. 

29 Walter G. Porter, Chattanooga, Tenn. 

30 J. W. W. Rennegar, Chattanooga, Tenn. 

31 J. H. Witt,* Hixon, Tenn. 

HARRIMAN DISTRICT 

1 J. W. Williamson (E), Dayton, Tenn. 

2 H. B. Taylor, Allardt, Tenn. 

3 J. D. Tackett, Evansville, Tenn. 

4 G. E. Erwin, Calhoun, Tenn. 

5 C. P. Ramsey, Banner Springs, Tenn. 

6 R. C. Knight, Dayton, Tenn. 

7 F. M. Shirley, Whitwell, Tenn. 

8 J. P. Taylor (D), Allardt, Tenn. 

9 J. H. Reynolds, Harriman, Tenn. 

10 J. G. Irwin, Andersonville, Tenn. 

11 J. M. Woodson, LaFollette, Tenn. 

12 Joseph Smith, Rockwood, Tenn. 

13 Sam'l. Toilette, Crossville, Tenn. 

14 Frank L. Pendleton,* Knoxville, Tenn. 

15 Charles J. Shafer,* Petros, Tenn. 



* Licensed this year. 



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LAY DELEGATES TO ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF 1912. 



BLUEFIELD DISTRICT 
"W. P. Poole, Williamson, W. Va. 
W. W. Hughes. Welch, W. Va. 
T. W. Chambers, Eckman, W. Va. 
L. A. Billips, Gary, W. Va. 

TAZEWELL DISTRICT 
H. C. Stuart, Elk Garden, Va. 
W. E. Burns, Lebanon, Va. 
J. H. Bowling, North Tazewell, Va. 
R. E. Williams, Grundy, Va. 

RADFORD DISTRICT 
Selden Longley, Radford, Va. 
B. S. Dobbins, Fries, Va. 
Frazier Stowers, Ada, W. Va. 
Jasper Kinser, Radford, Va. 

WYTHEVILLE DISTRICT 
J. A. Groseclose, Marion, Va. 
H. W. Umberger, Wytheville, Va. 
John Williams, Wytheville, Va. 
Maurice Hale, Rural Retreat, Va. 

ABINGDON DISTRICT 
J. W. Mort, Bristol, Tenn. 
J. A. Latture, Arcadia, Tenn. 
J. W. Maiden, Meadow View, Va. 
M. W. Jackson, Mountain City, Tenn. 



BIG STONE GAP DISTRICT 
H. M. Miles, Wise, Va. 
C. Q. Counts, Coeburn, Va. 
C. M. Quillen, Gate City, Va. 
H. K. Hillman, Herald, Va. 

MORRISTOWN DISTRICT 
P. M. Bewley, Morristown, Tenn. 
J. O. Beck, Erwln, Tenn. 
S. B. White, Johnson City, Tenn. 
N. G. Henderson, Surgoinsville, Tenn. 

KNOXVILLE DISTRICT 
J. W. Saylor, Knoxville, Tenn. 
G". F. Mellen, Knoxville, Tenn. 
F. A. Carter, Sweetwater, Tenn. 
T. J. Bondurant, Fountain City, Tenn. 

CHATTANOOGA DISTRICT 
Geo. R. Stuart, Cleveland, Tenn. 
Creed F. Bates, Chattanooga, Tenn. 
J. M. Cantrell, Rising Fawn, Ga. 
Chas. R. Wallace, Chattanooga, Tenn. 

HARRIMAN DISTRICT 
R. H. Sharp, LaFollette, Tenn. 
H. M. Winslow, Harriman, Tenn-. 
J. C. Giles, Spring City, Tenn. 
J. H. Reynolds, Harriman, Tenn. 



GENERAL CHURCH INFORMATION 



DIRECTORY OF BISHOPS AND CONNECTIONAL OFFICERS. 



Bishop A. W. Wilson 

Bishop E. R. Hendrix 

Bishop J. S. Key 

Bishop W. A. Candler 

Bishop H. C. Morrison 

Bishop E. E. Hoss 

Bishop James Atkins 

Bishop Collins Denny 

Bishop W. B. Murrah 

Bishop John C. Kilgo 

Bishop Walter R. Lambuth . . . 
Bishop Richard G. Waterhouse 

Bishop E. D. Mouzon 

Bishop James H. McCoy 



Mr. D. M. Smith 

A. J. Lamar, D. D 

Gross Alexander, D. D 

T. N. Ivy, D. D 

E. B. Chappell, D. D 

F. S. Parker, D. D 

W. W. Pinson, D. D 

W. F. McMurry, D. D 

Stonewall Anderson, D. D. 

H. M. Hamill, D. D 

Ed. F. Cook 

John M. Moore, D. D 

C. F. Reid 



Baltimore . 
Kansas City 
Sherman . . 
Atlanta . . . 
Leesburg . . 
Nashville . 
Waynes ville 
Richmond . 
Jackson . . . 
Durham . . . 
Nashville . . 
Los An "Teles 
San Antonio 
Birmingham 



Publisher 

Publisher 

Book Editor 

Editor Christian Advocate . 

Sunday School Editor 

Editor Era and League Sec. 

Missionary Secretary 

Secretary Church Extension 
Secretary of Education .... 
S. Teacher Training Work. 
Sec. Foreign Department . . 
Sec. of Home Department. 
Sec. Lay. Mis. Movement. . . 



Maryland 

Missouri 

Texas 

Georgia 

Florida 

Tennessee 

North Carolina 

Virginia 

Mississippi 

North Carolina 

Tennessee 

California 

Texas 

Alabama 



Nashville 

Nashville 

Nashville 

Nashville 

Nashville 

Nashville 

Nashville 

Louisville, Ky. 

Nashville 

Nashville 

Nashville 

Nashville 

Nashville 



12 THE HOLSTON ANNUAL 

GENERAL BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 

Rev. A. J. Lamar, D. D., President, Nashville, Tenn.; D. C. Scales, 
Vice-President, Nashville, Tenn.; Rev. B. F. Lipscomb, Richmond, Va.; 
W. R. Manier, Nashville, Tenn.; Rev. A. F. Watkins, D. D., Jackson, 
Miss.; L. Blaylock, Dallas, Texas.; Rev. J. A. Burrow, D. D., Chatta- 
nooga, Tenn.; Preston Vaughn, Nashville, Tenn.; Goodloe Cockrill, 
Nashville, Tenn.; Rev. J. R. Stewart, Secretary-Treasurer, Nashville, 
Tenn. 



GENERAL BOARD OF APPORTIONMENT. 

Bishop Collins Denny, Chairman, Richmond, Va.; Rev. Gross Alex- 
ander, Secretary, Nashville, Tenn.; Rev. W. W. Pinson, Nashville, 
Tenn.; Rev. W. F. McMurry, Louisville, Ky.; Rev. Stonewall Anderson, 
Nashville, Tenn. 



GENERAL COMMITTEE ON APPEALS. 

Bishop Collins Denny, Chairman; Rev. J. M. Barcus, Rev. T. D. 
Ellis, Rev. H. B. Reams, Rev. S. G. Thompson, J. A. McCullough, 
E. C. O'Rear, M. E. Lawson. 



COMMITTEE ON ENTERTAINMENT GENERAL CONFERENCE 

J. G. Brown, Raleigh, N. C; T. B. King, Memphis, Tenn.; L. M. 
Thomas, Chattanooga, Tenn.; Louis W. Davis, Baltimore, Md.; Rev. 
A. J. Lamar, D. D., Nashville, Tenn. 



COMMISSION ON EDUCATION. 

John O. Willson, R. E. Blackwell, R. S. Hyer, Thomas Carter, 
J. A. Sharp, Andrew Sledd, John H. Hineman, S. M. Hoymer, H. N. 
Snyder, W. A. Webb. 



FEDERAL COUNCIL OF METHODISM. 

Bishop A. W. Wilson, Bishop E. E. Hoss, Bishop Collins Denny, 
Rev. W. J. Young, D. D., Rev. F. M. Thomas, D. D., Rev. C. M. Bishop, 
D. D., M. L. Walton, R. S. Hyer, W. B. Stubbs. 



COMMISSION ON ACTIVITIES OF LAYMEN 

Bishop J. C. Kilgo, Chairman; Rev. W. B. Beauchamp, D. D., Rev. 
O. F. Sensabaugh, John F. Bruton, W. G. M. Thomas. 



COMMITTEE ON WASHINGTON CITY CHURCH 

Bishop W. A. Candler, Bishop E. E. Hoss, Bishop John C. Kilgo, 
Dr. W. F. McMurry, Dr. George S. Sexton. 



COMMITTEE ON CHURCH CONSTITUTION. 

Bishop A. W. Wilson, Chairman; Bishops W. A. Candler, James 
Atkins, Collins Denny, and W. B. Murrah. 



THE HOLSTON ANNUAL 13 

COMMITTEE ON WORLD CONFERENCE OF FAITH AND ORDER. 

Bishop E. E. Hoss, Rev. F. J. Prettyman, D. D., and Samuel B. 

Adams. 



FRATERNAL DELEGATES TO OTHER BODIES. 

Bishop A. W. Wilson, Wesleyan Methodist Church. Bishop W. B. 
Murrah, Japan Methodist Church. Rev. Frank M. Thomas, D. D., 
Methodist Episcopal Church. Rev. F. J. Prettyman, D. D., Methodist 
Protestant Church. 



REPRESENTATIVES IN FEDERAL COUNCIL. 

Bishops A. W. Wilson, E. R. Hendrix, and E. E. Hoss. Clerical 
Members: J. S. Frazier, D. D., F. S. H. Johnston, S. D. Long, D. D., 
L. N. Linebaugh, D. D., W. F. Taylor, D. D., F. N. Parker, D. D., H. M. 
DuBose, D. D., S. P. Cresap, J. D. Simpson, D. D., T. N. Ivey, D. D., 
W. B. Murrah, D. D. G. C. Rankin, D. D., G. B. Winton, D. D. Lay 
Members: A. B. Pugh, C. W. White, C. C. Henderson, John L. Wheat, 
T. B. King, George M. Napier, W. Erskine Williams, H. N. Snyder, 
J. W. Vaughan, L. L. Jester, W. W. Smith, J. E. Pritchett, J. L. Nelson, 
Levin Smith. 

At the meeting of the Federal Council in Philadelphia, December 
2-7, Bishop E. R. Hendrix was elected President of the Federal Coun- 
cil. T. N. Ivey was elected Vice-President to represent the Methodist 
Episcopal Church, South. The following from the Methodist Episco- 
pal Church, South, were elected members of the Executive Committee: 
Rev. G. B. Winton, D. D., Rev. E. H. Pearce, D. D., and Mr. A. B. Pugh. 
Alternates: Rev. W. F. Tillett, D. D., Rev. James Cannon, D. D., and 
Mr. T. T. Fishburne. All officers and executive committeemen are to 
serve for four years. 



GENERAL SUNDAY SCHOOL BOARD 

Rev. E. B. Chappell, D. D., Nashville, Tenn.; B. M. Burgher, Dallas, 
Texas; M. L. Walton, Woodstock. Va.; John R. Pepper, Memphis, 
Tenn.; G. M. Napier, Atlanta, Ga.; Rev. John O. Willson, D. D., Green- 
wood, S. C. 

GENERAL BOOK COMMITTEE 

Mr. J. B. Morgan, Chairman, Nashville, Tenn.; Mr. W. C. Dibrell, 
Secretary, Nashville, Tenn.; Rev. O. E. Brown, Nashville, Tenn.; 
Rev. Thomas Carter, Nashville, Tenn.; Mr. J. H. Fall, Nashville, Tenn.; 
Rev. J. S. Frazer, Troy, Ala.; Rev. E. V. Register, 100 E. Lexington 
St., Baltimore, Md.; Mr. D. H. Linebaugh, Atoka, Okla.; Mr. Sidney 
Bass, Terrell, Texas; Mr. J. L. Nelson, Lenoir, N. C; Mr. E. C. Reeves, 
Johnson City, Tenn.; Rev. James Campbell, Waco, Texas.; Rev. R. A. 
Child, Hendersonville, N. C. 



GENERAL EPWORTH LEAGUE BOARD. 

Bishop J. H. McCoy, President, Birmingham, Ala.; Rev. F. S. 
Parker, General Secretary and Editor of Era, Nashville, Tenn.; Rev. 
J. H. Culbreth, Assistant Secretary and Editor, Nashville, Tenn.; 
Rev. H. Walter Featherstun, Gloster, Miss.; Rev. R. W. Hood, Lexing- 
ton, Tenn.; Rev. Paul B. Kern, Bellbuckle, Tenn.; Mr. Gus Thomas- 
son, Dallas, Texas.; Mr. E. C. Hamilton, Abingdon, Va.; Mr. Hugh 
A. Locke, Birmingham, Ala. 



14 THB HOLSTON ANNUAL 

GENERAL BOARD OF EDUCATION 

Bishop E. E. Hoss, President, Nashville, Tenn.; Bishop W. B. 
Murrah, Vice-President, Jackson, Miss.; Rev. W. F. Tillett, Recording 
Secretary, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tenn.; Rev. Stonewall 
Anderson, Corresponding Secretary, Nashville, Tenn.; D. Ivl. Smith, 
Treasurer, Nashville, Tenn. 

E. E. Hoss, W. B. Murrah, J. W. Blackard, James Cannon, Jr., T. 
H. Ware, I. W. Cooper, James Kilgo, T. F. Brewer, H. N. Snyder, C. 
E. Dowman, W. F. Tillett, R. L. Flowers, J, W. Vaughan, J. S. French, 
W. E. Vaughan, J. W. Robbins, P. D. Maddin, Stonewall Anderson, 
ex-ofRcio. 

GENERAL BOARD OF MISSIONS. 

President, Bishop A. W. Wilson; Vice-President, Bishop W. R. 
Lambuth; General Secretary, Rev. W. W. Pinson; Secretaries for the 
Department of Foreign Missions, Rev. Ed. F. Cook, Mrs. J. B. Cobb; 
Secretaries for the Department of Home Missions, Rev. J. M. Moore,, 
Mrs. R. W. MacDonell; Educational Secretaries, Rev. E. H. Rawlings, 
Miss Mabel Head; Editorial Secretaries, Rev. G. B. Winton, Mrs. A.. 
L. Marshall; Treasurers, Mr. J. D. Hamilton, Mrs. F. H. E, Ross. 

Managers, ex-ofiScio — Bishops Eugene R. Hendrix, Joseph S. Key, 
Warren A. Candler, Henry C. Morrison, Elijah E. Hoss, James Atkins, 
Collins Denny, John C. Kilgo, W. B. Murrah, R. G. Waterhouse, E. D. 
Mouzon, J. H. McCoy; Rev. W. F. McMurry, Secretary Board of Church 
Extension; Mr. John R. Pepper, President Laymen's Missionary Move- 
ment. 

Managers, Elective — Rev. J. W. Perry, Holston Conference, Chat- 
tanooga, Tenn.; Rev. R. P. Howell, Los Angeles Conference, Los An- 
geles, Cal.; Rev. F. S. Parker, Louisiana Conference, Nashville, Tenn.; 
Rev. A. F. Watkins, Mississippi Conference, Jackson, Miss.; Rev. 
O. E. Brown, Missouri Conference, Nashville, Tenn.; Rev. J. T. Daves, 
North Georgia Conference, Bolton, Ga.; Rev. G. C. Rankin, North 
Texas Conference, Dallas, Texas.; Rev. J. J. Stowe, Tennessee Con- 
ference, Franklin, Tenn.; Rev. H. K. Boyer, Weatern North Carolina 
Conference, Statesville, N. C; Rev. U. V. W. Darlington, Western 
Virginia Conference, Huntington, W. Va.; Mr. J. B. Greene, Alabama 
Conference, Opelika, Ala.; Mr. C. W. White, Florida Conference, 
Citra, Fla.; Mr. M. O. Hughes, Louisville Conference, Bowling Green, 
Ky.; Mr. J. B. Howell, Memphis Conference, Dyersburg, Tenn.; Mr. 
W. R. Cole, Nashville, Tenn.; Mr. A. B. Ransom, Nashville, Tenn.; 
Mr. J. L. McWhorter, Nashville, Tenn.; Mr. J. T. Medlock, South 
Carolina Conference, Greenwood, S. C; Mr. T. S. Southgate, Virginia 
Conference, Norfolk, Va.; Mr. F. M. Daniel, White River Conference, 
Mammoth Spring, Ark.; Miss Belle H. Bennett, Richmond, Ky.; Miss 
Maria L. Gibson, Kansas City, Mo.; Mrs. L. P. Smith, Henrietta, Tex.; 
Mrs. L. G. Johnson, Gainesville, Ga.; Mrs. W. P. Barnum, Fort Worth, 
Tex.; Mrs. E. B. Chappell, Nashville, Tenn.; Miss Daisy Davies, East 
Point, Ga.; Mrs. Hume R. Steele, Nashville, Tenn.; Miss Mary N. 
Moore, Athens, Ala.; Mrs. Lee Britt, Suffolk, Va. 



GENERAL BOARD OF CHURCH EXTENSION. 

Officers — T. L. Jefferson,, Esq., President, Louisville, Ky.; Rev. 
E. G. B. Mann, D. D., Vice-President, Lexington, Ky.; Rev. W. F. 
McMurry, D. D., Corresponding Secretary, Louisville, Ky.; J. Adger 
Stewart, Esq., Treasurer, Louisville, Ky. 

Managers, ex-oflBcio — All of our Bishops; Secretary of the Board 
of Missions; R. B. Gilbert, M. D., Louisville, Ky.; P. H. Tapp, Esq.,. 



THE HOLSTON ANNUAL 1& 

Louisville, Ky.; T. S. Garrison, Esq., Timpson, Texas.; Rev. T. W. 
Lewis, Memphis, Tenn.; Rev. M. J. Gofer,* D. D., Atlanta, Ga.; Rev. 
Nelson B. Henry, D. D., Bonne Terre, Mo.; Rev. N. L. Linebaugh, D. D.,. 
Oklahoma City, Okla.; Rev. Henry Trawick, Montgomery, Ala.; Rev. 
W. J. Young, D. D., Danville, Va.; Rev. E. H. Mowre, Portland, Ore.; 
Rev. J. B. Cochran, El Paso, Texas; Rev. F. N. Parker, D. D,, Alex- 
andria, La.; Rev. James Thomas, D. D., Texarkana, Ark.; Rev. Sam 
R. Hay, D. D., Houston, Texas; Rev. R. E. Stackhouse, Marion, S. C; 
Rev. W. L. Sherrill, Charlotte, N. C; Rev. Paul H. Linn, D. D., St. 
Louis, Mo.; D. L. Coon, Esq., Washington, D. C; Rev. L. W. Moore,, 
D. D., Tallahassee, Fla.; Rev. H. B. Johnston, D. D., Dyersburg, Tenn.; 
Rev. W. W. Pinson, D. D., Nashville, Tenn. 

♦Deceased. 



BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS. 

Virginia Conference Orphanage at Richmond, Va., owned by the 
Virginia Conference. 

Arkansas Methodist Orphanage at Little Rock, Ark., owned by the- 
Little Rock and White River Conferences. 

Methodist Orphans' Home Association, at St. Louis, Mo., owned 
by the St. Louis District Conference. 

South Georgia Conference Orphans' Home, at Vineville, Ga., owned 
by the South Georgia Conference. 

Epworth Orphanage, at Columbia, S. C, owned by the South 
Carolina Conference. 

Alabama Methodist Orphanage, at Summerfield, Ala., owned by the 
Alabama and North Alabama Conferences. 

Methodist Orphans' Home at Louisville, Ky.; owned by the Louis- 
ville and Kentucky Conferences. 

The Methodist Orphanage at Raleigh, N. C, owned by the North 
Carolina Conference. 

Louisiana Methodist Orphans' Home at Ruston, La., owned by the 
Louisiana Conference. 

The Methodist Orphanage at Waco, Texas, owned by the four 
Texas and the German Mission Conferences. 

Mississippi Orphans' Home, at Jackson, Miss., owned by the Mis- 
sissippi and North Mississippi Conferences. 

Industrial Home and School, at Greeneville, Tenn., owned by the 
Woman's Home Mission Society of the Holston Conference. 

North Georgia Conference Orphans' Home, at Decatur, Ga., owned 
by the North Georgia Conference. 

Wesley Memorial Hospital, at Atlanta, Ga., owned by the North and 
South Georgia Conferences. 

The Children's Home, at Winston-Salem, N. C, owned by the 
Western North Carolina Conference. 

Methodist Orphanage at Jackson, Miss., owned by the Mississippi 
and North Mississippi Conferences. 

The Homer Toberman Hospital, at Los Angeles, Cal., under the 
Home Mission Department of the Woman's Missionary Society. 



16 



THB HOLSTON ANNUAL 



PLAN OF EPISCOPAL VISITATION, 1912-1913 



Date 



Conference 



Place 



Bishop 



July 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 



17, 1912. 
14, 1912. 

21, 1912. 

22, 1912. 
28, 1912. 
28, 1912. 
28, 1912. 

4, 1912. 

4, 1912. 

5, 1912. 
5, 1912. 

18, 1912. 
25, 1912. 
25, 1912. 



Oct. 2, 1912... 
Oct. 9, 1912... 
Oct. 9, 1912... 
Oct. 9, 1912... 
Oct. 11, 1912... 
Oct. 16, 1912... 
Oct. 23, 1912.. . 
Oct. 24, 1912... 
Nov. 6, 1912. . 
Nov. 6, 1912.. 
Nov. 13, 1912.. 
Nov. 13, 1912.. 
Nov. 13, 1912.. 
Nov. 13, 1912.. 
Nov. 13, 1912.. 
Nov. 20, 1912.. 
Nov. 20, 1912.. 
Nov. 20, 1912.. 
Nov. 20, 1912.. 
Nov. 20, 1912.. 
Nov. 27, 1912.. 
Nov. 27, 1912. . 
Nov. 27, 1912.. 
Nov. 27, 1912.. 
Nov. 27, 1912.. 
Dec. 4, 1912... 
Dec. 4, 1912... 
Dec. 5, 1912... 
Dec. 11, 1912... 
Dec. 11, 1912... 
Dec. 18, 1912... 
Jan. .., 1913. .. 
Feb. 5, 1913... 
Feb. 12, 1913... 
Feb. 26, 1913... 
March 26, 1913. 



Brazil 

South Brazil 

Illinois 

Montana 

Denver 

Western Virginia 

East Columbia 

Missouri 

Kentucky , 

Korean Mission 

Columbia 

Southwest Missouri , 

St. Louis , 

Louisville 

African Mission 

Holston 

New Mexico 

Tennessee 

Pacific 

Japan Mission 

Los Angeles 

West Texas 

German Mission 

East Oklahoma 

Northwest Texas 

iVest Oklahoma 

Memphis 

Virginia 

Arkansas 

Central Texas 

North Alabama 

North Georgia 

Little Rock 

W. North Carolina 

Texas 

North Texas 

South Georgia 

White River 

North Carolina 

South Carolina 

North Mississippi 

Alabama 

China Mission 

Mississippi 

Louisiana 

Florida 

Cuban Mission 

Mexican Border Mission.. 
Central Mex. Mission . . . 
Northwest Mexican Mis. 
Baltimore 



Sao Paulo, Brazil . . 
Porto Alegre, Brazil 

Waverly, 111 

Butte, Mont 

Pueblo, Colo 

Sutton, W. Va 

Troy, Idaho 

Shelbina, Mo 

Danville, Ky 

Songdo, Korea 

Portland, Oregon ... 

Springfield, Mo 

Dexter, Mo 

Morganfield, Ky 



Abingdon, Va 

Las Cruces. N. Mex 
Nashville, Tenn.... 

Bakersfield, Cal 

Arima, Japan 

Phcenix, Ariz 

Beeville, Tex 

Houston, Tex 

Holdenville, Okla. . . 

Abilene, Tex 

Frederick, Okla.... 
Brownsville, Tenn . . 

Lynchburg, Va 

Atkins, Ark 

Cleburne, Tex 

Birmingham, Ala. . . 

Carrollton, Ga 

Hot Springs, Ark . . . , 
High Point, JvT. C... 

Marshall, Tex 

Dallas, Tex 

Savannah, Ga 

Newport, Ark 

Fayetteville, N. C . . . 

Anderson, S. C 

Greenwood, Miss . . . . 
Union Springs, Ala. , 

Soochow, China 

Hazlehurst, Miss 

Monroe, La 

Tampa, Fla 



Allende, Mex 

San Luis Postosi, Mex 
Chihuahua, Mex . . 
Staunton, Va 



Lambuth 

Lambuth 

McCoy 

Waterhouse 

Hoss 

McCoy 

Waterhouse 

Hoss 

McCoy 

Murrah 

Waterhouse 

Hoss 

Hoss 

Denny 

Lambuth 

Kilgo 

fS tkins 

Denny 

Waterhouse 

Murrah 

Waterhouse 

Atkins 

Mouzon 

Candler 

Atkins 

Mouzon 

Kilgo 

Wilson 

Candler 

Atkins 

Hendrix 

McCoy 

Candler 

Denny 

Mouzon 

Mouzon 

Wilson 

Candler 

Denny 

Kilgo 

Morrison 

Wilson 

Murrah 

Morrison 

Mouzon 

Morrison 

Candler 

Hendrix 

Hendrix 

Hendrix 

Kilgo 



THE HOLSTON ANNUAL 

MISSIONARY DIRECTORY 



17 



MISSIONARIES EMPLOYED BY THE BOARD OF MISSIONS, 
M. E. CHURCH, SOUTH. 



-0 


Name 


Address 


Home Conference 


1901 


Rev. 

Rev. 

Rev. 

Rev. 

Rev. 

Rev. 

Rev. 

Prof 

Rev. 

Rev. 

Rev. 

Rev. 

Rev. 

Rev. 

Rev. 

W. ] 

Rev. 

Rev. 

Mr. 

Rev. 

Rev. 

Rev. 

Dr. . 

Rev. 

Rev. 

Rev. 

Miss 

Miss 

Miss 

Miss 

Miss 

Miss 

Miss 

Miss 

Miss 

Miss 

Mrs. 

Mrs. 

Miss 

Miss 

Miss 

Miss 

Miss 

Miss 

Miss 

Miss 

Miss 

Miss 

Miss 

Miss 

Dr. I 

Dr. ] 

Miss 

Miss 

Miss 

Miss 

Miss 

Miss 

Miss 

Miss 

Miss 

Miss 


CHINA 


Changchow, China 


Alabama 


1912 


Sterling G Brinkley 


North Georgia 
South Georgia 
North Georgia 
Little Rock 


1887 


W. B. Burke 


Macon, Ga 


1907 


C. K. Campbell 


Las Cruces, New Mexico. 
Soochow, China 


1897 


J. W. Cline 


1906 


W. A. Estes 


Huchow, China 




1895 
1901 


J. B. Fearn, M. D 

N. Gist Gee 


Shanghai, China 


Mississippi 


1905 




Changchow, China 




1890 


T. A. Hearn 


Little Rock 


1888 




Huchow, China 


Texas 


1880 


George R. Loehr 

B. D. Lucas 


Huchow, China 


North Texas 


1890 


Alto, Va 




1909 


F. P. Manget 


Huchow, China 


North Georgia 


1896 


W. B. Nance 


Nashville, Tenn 


1882 


i. Park M. D 


Soochow, China 


North Georgia 
Missouri 
Northwest Texas 


1875 
1895 


A. P. Parker, D. D 

E. Pilley 


Shanghai, China 

Huchow, China 


1912 








1897 


H. T. Reed 


5815 Drexel, Chicago, 111. 
Soochow, China 


Louisville 


1903 


R. D. Smart 


Virginia 


1910 


W. M. Smith 






1909 


I. A. Snell 


Soochow^, China 


Tennessee 


1898 
1912 


J. A. G. Shipley 

Robert S. Stewart Jr. . . . 


Shanghai, China 


Baltimore 
South Georgia 


1899 


Joseph Whiteside 


Soochow, China 


North Alabama 


1901 


Changchow, China 

Soochow, China 


Mississippi 


1884 


Virginia Atkinson 

Margaret Beadle 

Mildred B. Bomar 

Annie Clare Bradshaw . . 

Elizabeth Claiborne 

Bessie Belle Combs 

Nell D. Drake 


North Alabama 


1910 




West Texas 


1892 


Huchow, China 


Texas 


1911 




Virginia 


1905 
1911 
1907 


Shanghai, China 

Sungkiang, China 

Soochow, China 


Memphis 
Missouri 
Mississippi 


1909 




Port Gibson, Miss 


Mississippi 


1912 


Alice Green 


North Carolina 


1892 


Julia Gaither 


Sungkiang, China 

Soochow, China 


North Georgia 


1907 


S. S. Harris 


Florida 


1912 


Edith Hayes 






1911 




Soochow, China 


China 


1912 








1909 


Bessie Houser 


Perry, Ga 


Mississippi 


1905 




Sungkiang, China 




1906 


Emma S. Lester 

Ella D. Leveritt 

Sophia Manns 




1896 
1906 


Changchow, China 

Sungkiang, China 


North Georgia 
Northwest Texas 


1910 




Mississippi 


1910 








1909 


Clara Park 


Shanghai, China 


South Georgia 


1906 






1912 


jthel Polk 




South Georgia 


1896 








1892 


Martha Pyle 




Southwest Missouri 


1878 








1890 
1904 


Helen L. Richardson . . . 

Margaret Rogers 

Mittie Shelton 


Shanghai, China 


St. Louis 
Texas 


1911 


Huchow, China 

Soochow, China 

Huchow, China 

Huchow, China 

Soochow, China 




Northwest Texas 


1908 
1910 


Kate Small wood 

Sarah Smith 


North Mississippi 


1894 




Southwest Missouri 


1899 
1912 


Mary M. Tarrant 

Nina Troy 


Texas 

W. North Carolina 



18 



THE HOLSTON ANNUAL 
MISSIONARY DIRECTORY.— Continued. 



■a 
ft 
P. 
< 


Name 


Address 


Home Conference 


1909 
1912 


Miss Lelia Judson Tuttle 


Shanghai, China 


W. North Carolina 


1908 




Shanghai, China 

Soochow, China 

Soochow, China 

Sungkong, China 

Huchow, China 

Choon Chun, Korea 

Choon Chun, Korea 




1904 






1909 
1892 
1906 

1910 
1911 
1912 


Miss Mary Culler White 

Miss Alice G. Waters 

Miss Mary Lou White 

KOREA 

Rev. Lyman Coy Brannari 

Dr. Newton H. Bowman 

Rev C C Bush 


South Georgia 

Memphis 

Virginia 

Alabama 

Texas 


1896 


Rev. C. T. Collyer 

Rev. W. G. Cram 

Mr. Carl Hosea Deal 

Rev. F. K. Gamble 

Rev. J. L. Gerdine 

Rev. R. A. Hardie, M. D 

Mr. D. F. Higgins 

Rev. J. W. Hitch 

Dr W. C. Mays 


Nashville, Tenn 




1902 
1910 
1908 


Seoul, Korea 

Songdo, Korea 


Kentucky 
North Carolina 


1905 
1898 
1910 
1907 
1912 


Seoul, Korea 

Seoul, Korea 

Songdo, Korea 

Choon Chun, Korea 


South Georgia 
Canada 
Wisconsin 
South Georgia 


1899 
1907 


Rev. J. R. Moose 

Rev. E. L. Peerman 

W. T. Reid, M. D 

J. B. Ross, M. D 

Rev. M. B. Stokes 


Songdo, Korea 


W. North Carolina 


1907 






1900 


Wonsan, Korea 




1907 


Wonsan, Korea 

Wonsan, Korea 

Nashville, Tenn 




1907 






1905 






1909 


Rev C N Weems 






1911 




Wonsan, Korea 




1909 






1887 
1908 


Mrs. J. P. Campbell 


Seoul, Korea 

Wonsan, Korea 

Choon Chun, Korea 

Songdo, Korea 

Seoul, Korea 


Los Angeles 


1909 
1905 


Miss Laura Edwards 


Northwest Texas 


1911 




W. North Carolina 


1910 


Miss Gilberta Harris 

Miss Mattie M. Ivey 


Little Rock 


1905 
1911 


Seoul, Korea 

Choon Chun, Korea 

Songdo, Korea 


Texas 


1908 
1912 


Miss M. F. Johnstone 


South Georgia 


1906 
1906 
1910 
1912 


Miss Mary D. Myers 

Miss Lillian E. .Nichols 

Miss Alice Dean Noyes 


Wonsan, Korea 

Jesup, Ga 

Wonsan, Korea 


South Georgia 

Florida 

North Georgia 


1912 
1911 
1910 
1912 
1911 
1911 
1904 

1891 
1891 


Miss Mae Owings 

Miss Lillie Reed 

Miss Bertha A. Smith 

Miss Laura V. Summers 

Miss Hortense Tinsley 

Miss Bertha Tucker 

Miss Ellasue Wagner 

JAPAN 

Rev. W. J. Callahan 

Rev. W. A. Davis 


Songdo, Korea 

Seoul, Korea 

Songdo, Korea 

Seoul, Korea 

Songdo, Korea 

Oita, Japan 


South Carolina 
Oklahoma 

Southwest Missouri 
North Georgia 
South Georgia 
North Georgia 
Holston 

North Georgia 


1889 
1895 


Rev. T. W. B. Demaree 

Rev. T. H. Haden 


Matsuyama, Japan 


Kentucky 


1893 


Rev. S. E. Hager 






1897 


Rev. W. K. Matthews 

Rev. J. T. Meyers 

Rev. C. B. Moseley 

Rev. J. C. C. Newton 

Rev. N. S. Ogburn, Jr 






1893 
1887 


Hiroshima, Japan 

Portland, Ore 


Baltimore 


1888 






1912 






1910 


Rev. James Oxford 




Texas 


1906 


Rev. S. A. Stewart 




W. .North Carolina 


1887 


Rev. B. W. Waters 

Rev. W. R. Weakley 

Rev. W. A. Wilson 


Port Royal, Va 




1895 






1890 


Okayama, Japan 


W. North Carolina 



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Name 



Address 



Home Conference 



1910 
1899 
1903 
1903 
1889 
1908 
1901 
1908 
1911 
1912 
1910 
1896 



1907 
1907 
1890 
1910 
1888 
1881 
1889 
1895 
1911 
1901 
1908 
1912 
1883 
1888 
1896 
1907 
1907 
1911 
1905 
1903 
1892 
1911 
1908 
1911 
1894 
1912 
1909 
1910 
1902 
1912 
1912 
1901 
1912 
1895 
1898 
1908 
1908 
1911 
1896 
1911 
1910 
1896 
1909 
1906 



1894 
1907 
1904 
1899 
1909 
1911 
1906 



Miss Nellie Bennett 

Miss Maud Bonnell 

Miss Margaret M. Cook 

Miss M. Virginia Garner.... 

Miss N. B. Gaines 

Miss W. L. Park 

Miss Ida L. Shannon 

Miss Katherine Shannon .... 

Miss Annice Siler 

Miss Katherine Trieschmann 
Miss Annie Bell Williams . . . 
Miss Ida M. Worth 



Kobe, Japan 

Kobe, Japan 

Hiroshima, Japan , 
Stephens, Ark. . . , 
Hiroshima, Japan . 

Kobe, Japan 

Hiroshima, Japan . 
Hiroshima, Japan . 
Hiroshima, Japan 

Beppu, Japan . . . . 
Oita, Japan 



BRAZIL 



Rev. 
Rev. 
Rev. 
Rev. 
Rev. 
Rev. 
Rev. 
Rev. 
Rev. 
Rev. 
Rev. 
Rev. 
Rev. 
Rev. 
Rev. 
Rev. 
Miss 
Miss 
Mrs. 
Miss 
Miss 
Miss 
Miss 
Miss 
Miss 
Miss 
Miss 
Miss 
Miss 
Miss 
Miss 
Miss 
Miss 
Miss 
Miss 
Miss 
Miss 
Miss 
Miss 
Miss 
Miss 
Miss 
Miss 
Miss 



Bello Horizonte, Brazil . . 
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil . . . 

Juiz de Fora, Brazil 

Bello Horizonte, Brazil . . 

Piracicaba, Brazil 

Sao Paulo, Brazil 

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil . . . 

Cataguazes, Brazil 

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil . . . 

Petropolis, Brazil 

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil... 



S. A. Belcher 

W. G. Borchers 

J. L. Bruce 

Paul Eugene Buyers . . . 

Michael Dickie 

J. L. Kennedy 

John M. Lander, M. D, 

W. B. Lee 

Charles A. Long 

G. D. Parker 

Joseph Parkin 

L. D. Patterson 

J. W. Tarboux 

E. A. Tilly 

H. C. Tucker 

E. E. Vann 

Eunice F. Andrew 

Florence Barton 

Fannie Brown 

Emma Christine 

Amelia Elerding 

Leila F. Epps 

Mamie Fenley 

Lydia Furgeson 

Layona Glenn 

Lucy Henderson 

Hellen Hickman 

Virginia O. Howell.., 

Blanche Howell 

Eva Louise Hyde . . . . , 

Rachel Jarrett , 

Helen Johnston , 

Maggie Lee Kenney . . , 

Eliza Perkinsoii I Petropolis, Brazil 

Mary Pescud | Petropolis, Brazil 

Daisy Pyles 

Trulie Richmond . . 
Sophia Schalch.... 

Ida Shaffer 

Margaret Simpson. 

Miriam Steel 

Lillie A. Stradley. 
Sara E. Warne. . . 
Estelle Hood 



Juiz de Fora, Brazil 

Ashland, Va 

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil . . . 

Juiz de Fora, Brazil 

Ribeirao Preto, Brazil... 

Petropolis, Brazil 

Piracicaba, Brazil 

Porto Alegre, Brazil. . . . 

Sao Paulo, Brazil 

Juiz de Fora, Brazil 

Bello Horizonte, Brazil . . 
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil . . . 
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil . . . 



Virginia 
Indian Mission 
North Georgia 
Arkansas 
Florida 

South Georgia 
Tennessee 
Tennessee 
North Georgia 
Little Rock 
South Carolina 
St. Louis 



South Georgia 

Missouri 

Virginia 

North Georgia 

Virginia 

Holston 

South Carolina 

North Carolina 

Texas 

Louisiana 

South Carolina 

North Alabama 

South Carolina 

Holston 

Tennessee 

North Alabama 

Tennessee 

St. Louis 

Holston 

St. Louis 



Rio de Janeiro, Brazil... 

Piracicaba, Brazil 

Bello Horizonte, Brazil . . 



Brazil 

Ribeirao Preto, Brazil . 



Juiz de Fora, Brazil. 
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. . 

Piracicaba, Brazil 

Juiz de Fora, Brazil . . . . 
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil . . 
Bello Horizonte, Brazil. 

Piracicaba, Brazil 

Piracicaba, Brazil 

Commerce, Ga 



SOUTH BRAZIL 

Rev. E. E. Joiner 

Rev. J. W. Price 

Rev. C. L. Smith 

Rev. J. M. Terrell 

Rev. John Vollmer 

Prof. C. Anderson Weaver 

Miss Elizabeth Lamb 



Porto Alegre, Brazil 
Nashville, Tenn .... 
Porto Alegre, Brazil 
Uruguayana, Brazil 
Porto Alegre, Brazil 
Uruguayana, Brazil 
Porto Alegre, Brazil 



South Carolina 

Brazil 

North Texas 

North Georgia 

South Georgia 

Northwest Texas 

Little Rock 

W. North Carolina 

Missouri 

Texas 

Louisiana 

North Carolina 

Missouri 

North Carolina 

Brazil 

Northwest Texas 

Brazil 

Missouri 

Little Rock 

Northwest Texas 

Holston 

Los Angeles 

North Georgia 



Louisville 

Tennessee 

South Carolina 

W. North Carolina 

Brazil 

North Georgia 

North Carolina 



20 



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MISSIONARY DIRECTORY.— Continued. 




Home Conference 



1906 
1882 
1882 
1895 
1899 
1895 
1910 
1889 
1908 
1898 
1906 
1897 
1902 
1897 
1911 
1910 
1907 
1912 
1910 
1909 
1911 
1910 
1894 
1897 
1912 
1900 
1911 
1890 
1892 
1883 
1911 
1907 
1889 
1908 
1899 
1901 
1909 
1908 
1896 
1903 
1887 
1901 
1889 
1909 
1912 
1889 
1897 
1901 



1898 
1902 
1902 
1903 
1910 
1907 
1908 
1909 
1910 
1902 
1908 
1909 
1907 

1910 
1895 
1902 
1907 
1910 
1883 



MEXICO 

Rev. E. T. Campbell 

Rev. D. W. Carter 

Rev. J. F. Corbin 

Rev. J. B. Cox 

Rev. R. C. Elliott 

Rev. J. H. Fitzgerald 

Dr. J. G. Harrison 

Rev. W. D. King 

Rev. D. Macune 

Rev. A. Marston 

Rev. L. B. Newberry 

Rev. F. S. Onderdonk 

Rev. J. A. Phillips 

Rev. Laurence Reynolds 

Rev. Henry Stanford 

Miss Ellen Alf ter 

Miss Linnie Barcrof t 

Miss Virginia Booth 

Miss Rosa Brooks 

Miss Terrie Etta Buttrick 

Miss Clare Beverly Cain.... 

Miss Maria Capers 

Miss Esther Case 

Miss Annie Churchill 

Miss Charley M. Cunningham 

Miss Sue Ford 

Miss Eva Forman 

Miss Lucy Harper 

Miss Delia Holding 

Miss Nannie Holding 

Miss Frankie Hooper 

Miss Alma E. Jones 

Mrs. A. E. McClendon 

Miss Mary E. Massey 

Miss Fannie B. Moling 

Miss Fannie Montague 

Miss Hardynia Norville 

Mrs. Nellie O'Beime 

Miss Edith Park 

Miss Ara Riggins 

Miss Lelia Roberts 

Miss May Treadwell 

Miss Ellie B. Tydings 

Miss Minnie Varner 

Miss Bessie Lee Wilson 

Miss Lizzie Wilson 

Miss Laura V. Wright 

Miss Norwood E. Wynn 



El Paso, Tex 

San Antonio, Tex 

El Paso, Tex 

Mexico City, Mexico 

Mexico City, Mexico 

Durango, Mexico 

Monterey, Mexico 

Georgetown, Tex 

Georgetown, Tex 

El Oro, Tex 

Mexico City, Mexico 

San Luis Potosi, Mexico. 

San Antonio, Tex 

Guadalajara, Mexico . . . . 

Monterey, Mexico 

San Luis Potosi, Mexico. 
Mexico City, Mexico 



El Paso, Tex 

Mexico City, Mexico. 
Durango, Mexico . . . 
Chihuahua, Mexico . . 
Mexico City, Mexico. 
Laredo, Tex 



San Luis Potosi, Mexico. 

Monterey, Mexico 

Chihuahua, Mexico 

Laredo, Tex 

Laredo, Tex 

Saltillo, Mexico 

Guadalajara, Mexico . . . . 
Houston Heights, Tex . . . 
Guadalajara, Mexico. . . . 
San Luis Potosi, Mexico. 

El Paso, Tex 

Laredo, Tex 

Durango, Mexico 

Laredo, Tex 

Chihuahua, Mexico 

Saltillo, Mexico 

Durango, Mexico 

Durango, Mexico 

Guadalajara, Mexico . . . . 



Rev. 
Rev. 
Rev. 
Rev. 
Rev. 
Rev. 
Rev. 
Rev. 
Rev. 
Rev. 
Rev. 
Rev. 
Rev. 
Rev. 
Rev. 
Miss 
Miss 
Miss 
Miss 
Miss 



CUBA 

H. W. Baker 

H. B. Bardwell... 
E. E. Clements . . . 

B. F. Gilbert 

M. W. Hester 

B. O. Hill 

G. W. Holmes 

O. K. Hopkins 

J. J. Mabry 

S. A. JSIeblett 

R. J. Parker 

H. L. Powell 

Henry Smith 

Sanford B. Strout. 
J. H. Williams... 
Hattie G. Carson . . 

Belle Markey 

Agnes Ruff 

Bessie Stubbs 

Rebecca Toland . . . 



Chihuahua, Mexico. ... 

Laredo, Tex 

Guadalajara, Mexico . . . , 



Santiago, Cuba 

Havana, Cuba 

iMatanzas, Cuba.... 
' Camaguay, Cuba . . . 
Guantanamo, Cuba. 



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West Texas 

West Texas 

West Texas 

W. North Carolina 

North Georgia 

Los Angeles 

Northwest Texas 

New Mexico 

West Texas 

West Texas 

West Texas 

North Texas 

Texas 

Missouri 

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West Texas 

Kentucky 

W. North Carolina 

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South Carolina 

White River 

Northwest Texas 

North Carolina 

North Carolina 

North Georgia 

Northwest Texas 

Kentucky 

Kentucky 

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Missouri 

North Georgia 

North Mississippi 

Missouri 

Memphis 

Alabama 

Louisiana 

Texas 

Los Angeles 

North Texas 

North Georgia 

Florida 

Alabama 

Tennessee 

Kentucky 

Baltimore 

North Texas 



South Georgia 
South Georgia 
South Georgia 
Tennessee 
Texas 



La Gloria, Cuba , 

Santiago, Cuba , 

Santa Barbara, Cuba.. 
Santa Clara, Cuba.... 

Havana, Cuba 

Mayari, Cuba 

Havana, Cuba 

Antilla, Cuba 

Santa Fe, Cuba 

Cienfuegos, Cuba 

Matanzas, Cuba 

Cienfuegos, Cuba 

Cienfuegos, Cuba 

Matanzas, Cuba 



Southwest Missouri 

South Georgia 

Tennessee 

Holston 

W. North Carolina 

South Carolina 

White River 

North Alabama 

South Georgia 

Florida 

South Carolina 

South Georgia 

Texas 



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26 THE HOLSTON ANNUAL 

JOURNAL OF PROCEEDINGS 



FIRST DAY. 

Wednesday, October 2, 1912. 

The Holston Conference, Methodist Episcopal Church, 
South, met in its eighty-ninth session, in our church at 
Abingdon, Va., October 2, 1912, at 9 a. m., with Bishop John 

C. Kilgo in the chair. Bishop Kilgo, assisted by the presid- 
ing elders, administered the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper. 

Roll Call. — The secretary of the last session called the 
roll chronologically, and the following persons answered to 
their names: 

Clerical.— D. Sullins, R. N. Price, Jacob Smith, H. C. Neal, J. T. 
Frazier, J. S. W. Neel, D. H. Carr, L. L. H. Carlock, G. D. French, T. 
R. Handy, W. C. Garden, J. A. Bilderback, E. H. Bogle, S. T. M. 
McPherson, W. H. Price, J. W. Smith, D. S. Hearon, W. W. Hicks, J. A. 
Lyons, J. R. Walker, G. A. Maiden, G. W. Summers, E. Blake, J. C. 
Bays, R. A. Kelly, J. L. Prater, W. C. Faris, L. M. Cartright, S. S. 
Catron, H. C. Clemens, R. T. McDowell, T. C. Schuler, J. O. Straley, 
J. E. Bruce, J. W. Browning, J. A. Burrow, E. F. Kahle, F. Alexander, 
A. B. Hunter, J. C. Orr, E. H. Cassidy, J. A. H. Shuler, W. R. Snider, 
J. B. Simpson, C. W. Kelley, A. H. Towe, J. H. Duvall, J. E. Lowry, 
S, D. Long, T. J. Eskridge, L P. Martin, I. N. Munsey, J. B. Ward, 
E. L. Ad. "gton, C. R. Brown, T. D. Strader, W. E. Bailey, E. W. Mort, 
J. M. R( ..ans, J. M. Paxton, M. P. Carico, G. M. Moreland, J. M. 
Maiden, J. W. W. Shuler, D. P. Hurley, J. W. Perry, J. A. Baylor 

E. N. Wr odward, C. E. Steele, W. L. Sorrell, M. J. Wysor, J. E. Spring, 
W. M. Morrell, J. M. Carter, S. B. Vaught, R. K. Sutherland, C. E. 
Painter, S. W. Bourne, W. C. Crockett, G. A. Garner, J. E. Wolfe, J. A. 
Early, J. W. Christian, E. A. Shugart, H. S. Johnston, J. W. Rader, 
J. F. Jones, J. T. Guy, B. W. Lee, J. L. Mullens, K. W. Cox, J. R. Brown, 
G. C. Rector, T. Priddy, J. E. Naff, H. S. Hamilton, E. E. Wiley, W. 
Hodge, N. R. Cartright, S. P. Douglas, J. M. Crowe, S. V. Morell, T. 
S. Hamilton, J. F. Barnett, J. M. Moser, J. W. Helvey, J. R. King, 
W. M. Ellis, H. B. Wilson, D. T. Miles, R. C. Camper, E. H. Cole, W. 
M. Patty, J. H. Wagner, L. W. Pierce, T. J. Houts, A. M. Quails, D. F. 
Wyrick, L. D. Yost, C. O. Shugart, J. C. Logan, G. S. Wagner, C, H. 
Varner, S. S. Boyer, W. B. Belchee, J. B. Ely, J. M. Walker, H, B. 
Brown, G. S. Wood, J. N. Smith, C. W. Dean, C. G. Hounshell, P. L. 
Cobb, Z. D. Holbrook, K. G. Munsey, R. B. Piatt, W. R. Carbaugh, 
R. M. Standifer, N. M. Watson, W. S. Neighbors, J. A. Ellison, J. A. L. 
Perkins, J. S. Henley, S. A. McCanless, C. A. Pangle, S. S. Kreger, 
G. L. Lambert, J. A. Morrow, F. M. Buhrman, C. C. Weaver, W. N. 
Wagner, G. T. Jordan, H. S. Hutsell, W. C. Thompson, S. A. McGhee, 

F. M. Reynolds, C. N, Kennedy, J. H. Umberger, W. H. Walker, B. N. 
Waterhouse, J. F. Benton, M. G. Maiden, W. D. Dew, T. R. Wolfe, W. 

D. Farmer, F. R. Snavely. 

Lay Delegates. — Jasper Kinser, H. W. Umberger, J. W. Mort, 
J. A. Latture, J. M. Maiden, M. W. Jackson, C. Q. Counts, H. K. Hill- 
man, N. G. Henderson, T. J. Bondurant. 



THE HOLSTON ANNUAL 27 

Organization. — J. A. Burrow was re-elected secretary, 
with E. A. Shugart assistant, and J. H. Umberger chief of 
the statistical staff. 

The "Bar" was made to include the entire church audi- 
torium. 

The hour for meeting was fixed at 9 a. m., and the hour 
for adjournment at 12. 

Committees. — The presiding elders nominated the fol- 
lowing standing committees, which nominations were 
adopted : 

Public Worship.— G. D. French, J. M. Carter, G. E. Penn, M. H. 
Honaker, J. M. Butt. 

Spiritual State of the Church.— D. H. Carr, D. S. Hearon, J. S. W. 
Neel, W. C. Crockett, W. M. Patty, H. C. Clemens, L. L. H. Carlock, 
E. W. Mort, J. F. Barnett, H. M. Winslow, J. W. Bowling, J. W. 
Maiden, C. Q. Counts, H. K. Hillman. 

Moral, Social and Economic Evils. — Z. D. Holbrook, W. W. Hicks, 
J. E. Naff, J. M. Paxton, J. L. Prater, J. L. Scott, J. C. Logan, J. W. 
Saylor, G. R. Stuart, R. H. Sharp, W. E. Burns, J. A. Latture. 

Books and Periodicals. — L. W. Pierce, J. E. Spring, John M. Crowe, 
M. P. Carico, T. R. Wolfe, A. M. Quails, B. W. Lee, K. W. Cox, R. M. 
Standifer, W. S. Hendricks, H. M. Miles, J. O. Beck. 

Sabbath Observance. — C. W. Dean, J. A. L. Perkins, K. G. Munsey, 
G. A. Maiden, J. W. Repass, A. B. Moore, W. L. Patton, N. M. Watson, 
S. P. Douglas. 

Laymen's Missionary Movement. — J. L. Mullens, J. A. H. Shuler, 
S. J. Hornsby, J. W. Mort, W. N. Wagner, S. B. White, T. J. Bondurant, 
J. L. Emerson, R. E. Williams, M. W. Jackson, C. M. Quillen, B. S. 
Dobbins, W. T. Pool, John Williams, J. C. Giles, L. 0. Bill' 6. 

District Conference Records. — W. R. Carbaugh, B. N. Vifterhouse, 
R. S. Umberger, W. D. Farmer, C. E. Steele, T. R. Handy, J. S. Henley, 
W. D. Dew, S. S. Kreger. '- 

Memoirs.— R. A. Kelly, T. J. Eskridge, J. L Cash, E. F. Kahle, 
J. T. Guy, J. A. Burrow, W. M. Morrell, T. R. Handy, W. C. Garden. 

Papers Referred. — Communications from our general 
Church Boards were referred, without reading, to the ap- 
propriate Conference Boards. 

Introductions.— The following visitors were introduced 
to the Conference: Dr. E. G. B. Mann, of the Kentucky- 
Conference; George B. Sexton, Secretary of the National 
Building Committee of our representative church in Wash- 
ington City ; Prof. J. L. James, of Emory and Henry College ; 
Dr. Stonewall Anderson, General Secretary of Education; 
Mr. D. M. Smith, Senior Agent of our Publishing House. 

Auditing Committee. — On motion of J. A. Burrow, J. 
A. Baylor was elected chairman of an auditing committee to 
overlook statistical reports and see that they are in proper 
shape for the statistical secretaries. T. R. Wolfe and J. R. 
Brown were nominated by Brother Baylor, and elected to 
assist him. 



M©m©r-Pfeif[sr Library 
Tennessee Wesley an College 
^- Athensi; Tennessee 



28 THE HOLSTON ANNUAL 

Presiding Elders. — Question 22 was called — "Are all of 
the preachers blameless in their life and official adminis- 
tration?" The following presiding elders passed examina- 
tion of character, and made report of their districts : E. H. 
Cassidy, J. O. Straley, S. S. Catron, C. W. Kelley, G. D. 
French, J. W. Rader, J. C. Orr, T. J. Eskridge, J. W. Perry, 
E. A. Shugart. 

On behalf of the preachers of the Big Stone Gap District, 
Bishop Kilgo presented J. W. Rader, retiring presiding elder 
of that district, with a handsome case of flat silver. 

Gavel Presented. — D. P. Hurley, of the Saltville Circuit, 
presented two gavels to Bishop Kilgo. One of them was 
made from the old Mahanaim church at Keywood, Va., 
where Bishop Asbury preached on his second journey west 
of the Alleghanies; the other was made from the old 
Madam Russell Home at Saltville, Va., where Bishop Asbury 
was entertained on his first and second journeys west of the 
Alleghanies. 

Passage of Character. — Question 22 was again called and 
the following persons passed examination of character: 

Frank Jackson, T. S. Hamilton, J. W. W. Shuler, C. W. Dean, H. B. 
Brown, S. W. Bourne, W. S. Lyons, F. M. Reynolds, J. B. Simpson, 
W. R. Carbaugh, L. W. Pierce, C. N. Kennedy, S. D. Lambert, Z. D. Hoi- 
brook, L T. Cameron, E. E. Wiley, C. R. Brown, C. A. Pangle, J. R. 
King, J. E. Spring, D. S. Hearon, L. M. Cartright, J. A. L. Perkins, 
S. T. M. McPherson, J. L. Mullens, C. K. Wingo, H. S. Johnston, W. W. 
Hicks, S. H. Hall, B. N. Waterhouse, J. W. Stewart, F. M. Buhrman, 
A. B. Hunter, J. E. Naff, J. M. Crowe, W. B. Belchee, J. A. H. Shuler, 
N. R. Cartright, J. R. Walker, C. E. Painter, D. T. Miles, K. G. 
Munsey, J. H. Umberger, J. S. W. Neel, C. R. Melton, T. D. Lipscomb, 

A. S. Thorn, L N. Munsey, S. V. Morell, M. Quessenberry, M. P. Carico, 
C. E. Steele, T. C. Schuler, J. F. Jones, G. A. Maiden, E. L. Addington, 
Y/. H. Troy, J. M. Paxton, J. W. Helvey, J. A. Early, W. C. Crockett, 
S. A. McCanless, Walter Hodge, G. T. Jordan, S. K. Byrd, E. W. 
Fisher, J. W. Christian, J. T. Frazier, C. G. Hounshell, M. G. Maiden, 
J. M. Carter, T. D. Strader, J. A. Baylor, W. H. Price, J. L. Prater, 
T. R. Wolfe, R. T. McDowell, J. W. Repass, J. T. Guy, T. R. Handy, 
T. J. Houts, D. P. Hurley, J. A. Lyons, J. D. Dame, L. D. Yost, W. M. 
Patty, W. E. Bailey, L. M. Burriss, G. S. Wagner, C. C. Weaver, S. B. 
Vaught, S. D. Long, J. B. Ward, W. S. Neighbors, G. W. Summers, 
J. R. Hunter, E. F. Kahle, F. Wampler, R. K. Sutherland, W. N. 
Wagner, F. R. Snavely, M. J. Wysor, E. H. Cole, J. L. Scott, J. A. 
Morrow, J. E. Lowry, A. M. Quails, W. M. Ellis, W. C. Thompson, 
H. C. Clemens, W. H. Walker, J. H. Wagner, A. B. Moore, J. S. Henley, 
E. L. McConnell, H. B. Atkins, J. A. Burrow, J. H. Parrott, R. A. 
Owen, W. C. Hicks, W. M. Morrell, C. Hawk, J. P. Bross, L. L. H. 
Carlock, J. M. Walker, S. A. McGhee, C. O. Shugart, J. C. Logan, R. 
M. Walker, W. D. Dew, J. N. Smith, J. A. Ellison, W. L. Patton, 

B. W. Lee, W. E. Browning, A. H. Towe, N. F. Walker, W. L Fogleman, 
R. E. Early, L P. Martin, N. M. Watson, T. Priddy, G. L. Lambert, 
E. M. Pippin, R. B. Piatt, Jr., K. W. Cox, G. K. Patty, R. G. Reynolds, 
G. M. Moreland, L. S. Reynolds, D. E. Carr, P. H. Talley, G. W. Jack- 
son, D. F. Wyrick, K. C. Atkins, S. L. Browning, H. B. Wilson, J. W. 



THE HOLSTON ANNUAL 29 

Browning, G. S. Wood, B. Waters, E. W. Mort, R. A. Hutsell, J. R. 
Brown, Eugene Blake, J. B. Frazier, W. E. Thompson, B. McLester, 
R. A. Kelly, J. W. Smith, W. L. Sorrell, J. E. Wolfe, P. L. Cobb, J. A. 
Callan, S. P. Douglas, S. S. Kreger, C. C. Cecil, W. C. Boswell, J. F. 
Barnett, W. R. Snider, R. M. Standifer, J. A. Bilderback, O. C. Wright, 
J. C. Bays, G. C. Rector, S. S. Boyer, J. B. Ely, C. A. Beard, J. M. 
Moser, J. F. Benton, C. W. Crooke, D. Sullins, B. Thompson, S. A. 
Neblett, P. L. Cobb, H. E. Kelso, G. O. Ganoway, W. S. Hendricks, 
G. A. earner, J. H. Summitt, W. T. Evans, J. L. Griffitts, C. R. Jones, 
W. H. Briggs, J. I. Cash, H. S. Hutsell, W. D. Farmer, R. C. Camper, 
C. H. Varner, E. M. Ritchey, E. N. Woodward, H. E. Bradshaw, J. V. 
Hall. 

Miscellaneous. — T. R. Handy and W. C. Garden were 
added to the committee on Memoirs. 

The following persons were referred to the committee 
on Conference Relations for the supernumerary relation: 
C. R. Brown, C. R. Melton, T. R. Handy, W. H. Price, J. A. 
Lyons, G. W. Jackson, G. A. Beard, R. A. Kelly, J. W. Smith, 
Battle McLester and J. L Gash. 

J. H. Parrott, J. G. Bays and R. A. Hutsell were referred 
to the same committee for the superannuate' s relation. 

R. N. Price read his report as Holston Historian, which 
was referred to the committee on Books and Periodicals. 

Public Worship. — The committee on Public Worship an- 
nounced that Dr. W. S. Neighbors would preach in this 
church at 3 p. m., and Dr. E. G. B. Mann at 7:45 p. m. 

After announcements, the Conference sang a hymn and 
was dismissed with the benediction by E. G. B. Mann. 



SECOND DAY. 



Thursday, October 3, 1912. 
The Conference met at 9 a. m., with Bishop Kilgo in the 
chair. The Conference sang with great fervor, "When I can 
read my title clear," after which, J. T. Frazier led in 
prayer. Bishop Kilgo read and commented on a part of the 
8th chapter of Romans. Roll call of absentees showed the 
following additional arrivals: 

Clerical.— K. C. Atkins, W. D. Mitchell, J. I. Cash, J. W. Carnes, 
G. W. Jackson, S. K. Byrd, R. S. Umberger, W. I. Fogleman, J. D. 
McAlister, F. Jackson, W. H. Troy, G. W. Simpson, W. S. Lyons, 
W. S. Hendricks, N. F. Walker, I. T. Cameron, A. B. Moore, W. H. 
Briggs, L. K. Haynes. 

Lay. — R. E. Williams, Selden Longley, B. S. Dobbins, F. Stowers, 
John Williams, C. M. Quillen, J. O. Beck, S. B. White, J. W. Saylor, 
C. F. Bates. 

E. H. Frazier, lay delegate from the Bluefield District, 
takes the place of T. W. Chambers. Further roll call was 



30 THE HOLSTON ANNUAL 

dispensed with. The minutes of yesterday's session were 
read and approved. 

Referred. — Question 22 was again called. The follow- 
ing persons passed examination of character and were re- 
ferred to the committee on Conference Relations for the 
superannuate's relation: J. H. Brunner, J. E. Bruce, L. C. 
Delashmit, H. S. Hamilton, D. H. Carr, J. A. Darr, R. N. 
Price, J. N. Hobbs, J. W. Belt, W. R. Barnett, L. K. Haynes, 
C. M. James, W. D. Mitchell, J. M. Romans, J. M. Maiden, 
M. L. Clendenen, W. C. Garden, C. K. Miller, A. D. Stewart, 
M. P. Swaim, J. M. Wolfe, R. S. Umberger, J. C. Maness, H. 
C. Neal, E. H. Bogle, L. M. Neel, W. C. Faris, A. Kincaid, 
B. F. Nuckolls, J. W. Carnes, F. Alexander, L. J. Williams, 
Jacob Smith and C. T. Carroll. 

J. A. Duvall passed examination of character, and was 
left effective. 

G. S. Wagner, J. H. Parrott, R. A. Hutsell, and G. A. 
Garner, were also referred to the committee on Conference 
Relations for the superannuate's relation. 

Introductions. — The following persons were introduced 
to the Conference: J. S. Hunter, of our Branch Publishing 
House in Richmond, Va. ; C. D. Bulla, Assistant Editor of 
our "Adult Student;" R. P. Wilson, of our Publishing House 
in Nashville. 

Newspaper Injustice. — E. H. Cassidy arose to a question 
of personal privilege, and read an article from the Bristol 
Daily Herald-Courier, reflecting on his method of raising 
benevolent collections in his district. The consensus of opin- 
ion in the spirited discussion which followed was that the 
report had done Brother Cassidy a gross injustice. The 
paper's local correspondent disclaimed responsibility for the 
article in question. 

Address. — C. D. Bulla addressed the Conference in the 
interest of the Adult Student. 

Question 3 — "Who are discontinued?" Answer, no one. 

Introductions. — The following persons were introduced 
to the Conference; R. S. Carson, president of Stonewall 
Jackson Institute; J. M. McChesney, of the Presbyterian 
Church ; W. J. Mabe, of the Children's Home Society of Vir- 
ginia; H. M. Bellamy, of the Baptist Church. W. J. Mabe 
made a short talk concerning his work. 

G. W. Dean and J. E. Spring were added to the auditing 
committee. 

Question 12 — "What local preachers are elected Dea- 
cons?" Answer — James H. Rejmolds, from the Harriman 
District. 



THE HOLSTON ANNUAL 31 

Question 16 — "What local preachers are elected Eld- 
ers?" Answer — James H. Watkins from the Bluefield Dis- 
trict, and Jeremiah Stewart from the Knoxville District. 

Question 7 — "Who are received from other churches as 
local preachers?" Answer — W. T. Roby, from the United 
Brethren. 

Advanced. — Charles A. Pangle, Samuel A. McCanless, 
George T. Jordan, William C. Thompson, and William H. 
Walker, having passed examination of studies, were ad- 
vanced. 

Jerome V. Hall, John A. Morrow, William H. Briggs, F. 
Marvin Buhrman, Thomas D. Lipscomb, William B. Belchee, 
Charles R. Melton, and Washington D. Farmer, not having 
been before the committee on Studies, were continued in 
the class of the fourth year. 

Question 9 — "Who are the Deacons of one year?" An- 
swer — Charles N. Kennedy, Bruce N. Waterhouse, Jesse F. 
Benton, Marvin G. Maiden, William D. Dew and Harry S. 
Hutsell, having passed the examination on studies, were ad- 
vanced to the class of the fourth year. 

James H. Umberger, Henry E. Bradshaw, William T. 
Evans, John W. Stewart, Andrew M. Quails and John L. 
Scott, not having been before the committee on studies 
were continued in the class of the third year. 

Public Worship — The committee on Public Worship an- 
nounced that S. T. Senter would preach in this church at 
3 p. m., and Geo. S. Sexton at 7 :45. After further announce- 
ments, the Conference sang a hymn, and was dismissed 
with the benediction by J. A. Burrow. 



THIRD DAY. 

Friday, October 4, 1912. 
The Conference met at 9 a. m., with Bishop Kilgo in the 
chair. The devotional service was conducted by J. W. 
Browning. The minutes of yesterday's session were read 
and approved. 

Readmitted. — Question 5 — "Who are readmitted?" 
George R. Stuart, having been duly recommended, was re- 
admitted into the traveling connection. 

Admitted on Trial. — Question 1, "Who are admitted on 
trial?" The following persons having been recommended 
by their several District Conferences, and having passed 
the required examinations, were admitted on trial into the 
traveling connection: Samuel C. Beard, from the Morris- 



32 THE HOLSTON ANNUAL 

town District; William L. Dykes, from the Knoxville Dis- 
trict; Halford V. Wilhelm, from the Chattanooga District; 
William E. Hightower, from the Harriman District. These 
young men were called before the chancel and addressed 
earnestly by Bishop Kilgo. James H. Watkins, from the 
Bluefield District, was afterward admitted. 

By more than the required two-thirds majority, Joseph 
A. Henderson, Allen J. Thomas, Robert N. Havens and Carl 
H. Wright were received on trial over the adverse vote of 
the committee on Admission. 

Question 2 — "Who remain on trial ?" Thomas E. Brooks, 
Graydon K. Patty, Elbert W. Fisher, Rufus G. Reynolds, 
Luther S. Reynolds, Carlock Hawk, Lee M. Burris, Enoch 
L. McConnell, Frank R. Snavely and William L. Patton, hav- 
ing passed the examination on studies, were advanced to the 
class of the second year. 

Otis C. Wright remains in the class of the first year, 
having failed to pass the examination on studies. 

John A. Callan withdraws from our connection. 

Class for Full Connection. — The following persons, hav- 
ing passed examination on studies,were advanced to the class 
of the third year : Samuel D. Lambert, Samuel L. Browning, 
William E. Browning, Silas A. McGhee, Chapman K. Wingo, 
Charles R. Jones, Paul H. Talley, Ernest M. Ritchey and 
French Wampler. Bishop Kilgo gave notice that this class 
would be received into full connection at 10:30 Saturday 
morning. 

Having failed to pass the examination on studies, Bas- 
com Waters, Hugh E. Kelso, Marion Quessenberry, George 
O. Ganoway and Newton F. Walker were continued in 
the class of the first year. 

Emory and Henry College. — The Board of Education sub- 
mitted report No. 1, which was discussed by L P. Martin, 
G. R. Stuart, J. W. Rader, J. T. Frazier, T. C. Schuler, G. D. 
French, Dr. Stonewall Anderson, and then, amid great en- 
thusiasm, adopted by a rising vote: 

Whereas, a gift of $50,000 from the General Board of Education, 
and $25,000 from Mr. Andrew Carnegie, have been offered to Emory 
and Henry College, upon the condition that $100,000 be raised from 
other sources on or before the 30th day of June, 1913, and whereas, 
$30,000 of the required $100,000 has already been secured, therefore 
your Conference Board of Education recommends that the Holston 
Conference commit itself fully to the task of raising the $'7n.000 
needed to secure to Emory and Henry College the two gifts above 
named. 

We submit for your approval the adoption of the following plan: 

First, The organization of a Conference Committee of five; two of 

whom shall be members of the Conference Board of Education; two of 

whom shall be rnembers of the Board of Trustees of Emory and Henry 



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College, and the fifth to be the fiancial agent of the College. This Com- 
mittee to have charge of the campaign for the raising of the required 
$70,000 dollars. 

Second. The organization of a committee in each presiding elder's 
district, of which the presiding elder shall be chairman, which shall 
co-operate with the Conference committee. 

Third. The organization of a committee in each pastoral charge, 
of which the preacher in charge shall be chairman, which shall co- 
operate with the district committee and with the Conference committee. 

Fourth. That the effort be made to see personally every person 
from whom a gift, great or small, may be secured. 

I. P. MARTIN, Chairman. 

Advanced. — John L. Scott and William T. Evans, having 
passed examination of studies, were advanced to the class 
of the fourth year. 

Charter Amendment. — The following resolution was 
adopted : 

Be it resolved, by the Holston Conference of the Methodist 
Episcopal Church, South, in annual meeting assembled at Abingdon, 
Virginia, this the fourth day of October, 1912. 

First, That the amendment of Section 4 of the Charter of Emory 
and Henry College, prepared and adopted by the Board of Trustees 
of that institution, be and the same is hereby ratified and adopted, 
the said amended Section being as follows: 

"The Board of Trustees shall consist of twenty-seven members 
and shall be constituted as follows: The Board of Trustees, as at 
present existing, shall remain intact, except that the following nine 
members of the Board, as at present existing, shall hold office for two 
years from the annual meeting of the Board in the year 1913, viz: 
Hon. John A. Buchanan, Captain D. D. Hull, Rev. W. H. Price, Rev. 
George D. French, Rev. Kennerly C. Atkins, George E. Penn, Col. 

E. C. Reeves, Rev. John E. Naff, and Rev. L. K. Haynes. The following 
nine members of the Board, as at present existing, shall hold office for 
four years from said date, viz: Hon. H. C. Stuart, Bishop E. E. Hoss, 
Bishop Richard G. Waterhouse, Rev. W. S. Neighbors, Leon Jourol- 
mon, Hon. Joseph L. Kelly, M. H. Honaker, J. L. Foust, and Rev. E. 

F. Kahle. And the following nine members of the Board, as at present 
existing, shall hold office for six years from said date, viz: George 
C. Peery, M. H. Jackson, Hon. R. C. Jackson, Rev. L. L. H. Carlock, 
Robert Pennington, George Stuart, Hon. W. P. Dungan, Rev. J. 0. 
Straley, and Rev. Charles C. Weaver. And at the annual meeting of 
said Board, every second year after said meeting in June, 1913, nine 
Trustees shall be elected or appointed in the following manner: They 
shall be nominated by the Board of Trustees for a term of six years, 
and confirmed by the Board of Education of the Holston Conference of 
the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, to take the places of the 
Trustees whose terms expire. Any member of said Board of Trustees 
is eligible to re-election indefinitely. 

"In case said Board of Education refuses to confirm a nomination, 
the Board of Trustees shall nominate another. In case the Board 
of Trustees fail to nominate, or the Board of Education fails or re- 
fuses to confirm a nomination on or before the fourth day of the en- 
suing annual meeting of the Holston Conference of the Methodist 
Episcopal Church, South, a vacancy exists, which vacancy shall be 
filled by appointment, by the Bishop, having in charge the Holston 
Annual Conference at that time. Any vacancy or vacancies in said 
Board of Trustees, occasioned by death, resignation, removal, or other 



34 THE HOLSTON ANNUAL 

cause, shall be supplied for the unexpired term in the same manner 
as provided in this section, for the election or appointment of a 
Trustee." 

Second. That the amendment of Section 4 of the Constitution 
of the College prepared and adopted by the Board of Trustees thereof 
be and the same is hereby ratified and approved. The said amended 
section of the Constitution being the same as the amended section 4 
of the Charter, as above set out. 

Third. That the annullment of sections 28 and 29 of the Con- 
stitution of the College be and the same is hereby ratified and adopted. 

Introductions. — Dr. G. B. Winton, editor of our Mis- 
sionary Voice, and Dr. J. D. Hammond, president of Paine 
College, were introduced. Dr. Hammond addressed the 
Conference in the interest of his work for the colored people, 
and received a voluntary collection for the same. Dr. Winton 
addressed the Conference in the interest of our general 
missionary work. 

Miscellaneous. — French Wampler was added to the Ep- 
worth League Board. 

C. C. Cecil was referred to the committee on Conference 
Relations for the supernumerary relation. 

The arrival of H. C. Stuart, delegate from the Tazewell 
District, was reported to the secretary. 

Public Worship. — The committee on Public Worship an- 
nounced that Louis J. Bernhardt will preach this afternoon 
at 3 p. m., and Bishop Kilgo at 7:45 to-night. 

After announcements the Conference was dismissed 
with a song and the benediction. 



FOURTH DAY. 

Saturday, October 5, 1912. 

The Conference met at 9 a. m., with Bishop Kilgo in the 
chair. After the hymn beginning, "I Love Thy Kingdom, 
Lord," J. R. Brown led in prayer. Bishop Kilgo read and 
commented on a lesson from Ephesians. The minutes of 
the preceding session were read and corrected. 

Question 10 — "What traveling preachers are elected 
deacons?" The following persons passed examination of 
studies and were elected to Deacon's orders: Samuel D. 
Lambert, Chapman K. Wingo, French Wampler, Paul H. Tal- 
ley, Samuel L. Browning, Ernest M. Ritchie. 

Question 14 — "What traveling preachers are elected 
Elders?" Answer — Charles A. Pangle, Samuel A. McCan- 
less, George T. Jordan, and William C. Thompson. 

Question 18 — "Who are located this year?" E. M. Pip- 
pin was granted a location at his written request. 



THE HOLSTON ANNUAL 35 

Question 8 — "Who are received from other churches 
as traveling preachers?" Charles T. Gray, an elder from 
the Baptist Church, having given subscription to his agree- 
ment with our doctrines and discipline, was received into 
the traveling connection in Elder's orders, he to take our or- 
dination vows on Sunday, without reimposition of hands. 

Visitor. — Dr. James Cannon, superintendent of the 
Southern Assembly and Superintendent of the Virginia Anti- 
Saloon League, was introduced, and addressed the Confer- 
ence in the interest of the Southern Assembly. George R. 
Stuart exhorted on the same subject. 

Holston History. — E. A. Shugart, on behalf of Dr. R. N. 
Price, our Holston Historian, presented a copy of Volume IV 
of "Holston Methodism" to Bishop Kilgo, who responded in 
a word of appreciation. 

Auditing Committee. — On motion of J. M. Carter, S. B. 
Vaught, L. M. Thomas and J. B. Ward, were appointed a 
committee to audit the books of our Conference Teller. 

Miscellaneous. — The time of the morning session was 
extended to 12 :30 o'clock. 

The arrival of Fred A. Carter, delegate from the Knox- 
ville District was reported. 

R. T. McDowell was granted leave of absence to hurry 
to the bedside of a sick daughter. 

Washington City Church. — George S. Sexton addressed 
the Conference in the interest of a great representative 
church in Washington City. 

Full Connection.— Question 4 — "Who are received into 
full connection ?" Samuel D. Lambert, Samuel L. Browning, 
William E. Browning, Chapman K. Wingo, Charles R. Jones, 
Paul H. Talley, Ernest M. Ritchie and French Wampler, hav- 
ing met the requirements of the church, were called before 
the chancel, impressively addressed by Bishop Kilgo, and 
then, by vote of the Conference, received into full con- 
nection. 

Miscellaneous. — J. L. Emerson, reserve delegate from 
the Chattanooga District, takes the place of C. R. Wallace. 
The arrival of H. M. Winslow, delegate from the Harriman 
District was reported. 

A Memorable Scene. — By special request, Mr. J. Dale 
Stentz, evangelistic singer, sang with tenderness and effect 
of God's amazing grace, the Conference joining finally in 
the concluding familiar words of the old hymn. J. C. Orr 
led in singing, 

"When I was sinking down 
Beneath God's righteous frown 
Christ laid aside his crown 
For my soul." 



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Pentecostal power came upon the company, and a scene 
followed, which will not soon be forgotten. God was with his 
people, and they praised him triumphantly. 

The committee on Public Worship made the following 
announcements : 

SATURDAY 

Methodist Church 3:00 p. m., J. D. McAlister. 

7:30 p. m., Dr. Geo. R. Stuart. 

SUNDAY 

Methodist Church 9:00 a. m., Love Feast^J. S. W. Neel. 

11:00 a. m., Bishop John C. Kilgo, followed 

by ordination of Deacons. 
3:00 p. m., Memorial Service. 
7:30 p. m., Dr. E. G. B. Mann, followed by 

ordination of Elders. 
Presbyterian Church 11:00 a. m., Dr. I. P. Martin; 7:30 p. m., Dr. 

Geo. R. Stuart. 
Baptist Church 11:00 a. m., W. M. Morrell; 7:30 p. m., J. A. 

H. Shuler. 

Episcopal Mission 3:00 p. m., James I. Cash. 

Emory and Henry College. 11:00 a. m., Dr. W. S. Neighbors; 7:30 

p. m., E. E. Wiley. 
Bristol, State St 11:00 a. m., Dr. Geo. R. Stuart; 7:30 p. m., 

Jno. M. Crowe. 
Bristol, Mary St 11:00 a. m., J. T. Frazier; 7:30 p. m., S. S. 

Kreger. 

Bristol, Anderson St 7:30 p. m., Carroll Varner. 

Bristol, Virginia Ave 7:30 p. m., Walter Hodge. 

Rural Retreat 11:00 a. m., J. E. Wolfe. 

Wolfe Creek 4:00 p. m., J. M. Moreland. 

Shady 3:30 p. m., D. H. Carr. 

Colored 

Valley St. Baptist Church. 11:00 a. m., W. C. Crockett. 

A. M. E. Z. Ch., Water St.. 11:00 a. m., E. L. Addington; 7:30 p. m., E. 

W. Mort. 
Wesley Methodist Church. 11:00 a. m., J. F. Jones; 7:30 p. m., Bascom 

Waters. 

After announcements and a hymn, the Conference was 
dismissed with the benediction by Bishop Kilgo. 



MEMORIAL SESSION. 

Sunday Afternoon, Oct. 6, 1912. 

The Conference met in memorial session, Sunday after- 
noon at 3 o'clock, with G. D. French in the chair, by ap- 
pointment of Bishop Kilgo. After a hymn, Brother French 
led in prayer. Mr. J. Dale Stentz sang, "In the Land of Fade- 
less Day." 

W. M. Morrell read a memoir of Rev. George B. Draper. 

E. F. Kahle read a memoir of Mrs. M. J. Wysor. 



THE HOLSrON ANNUAL 37 

T. R. Handy read a memoir of Mrs. B. W. S. Bishop. 

A male quartette sang, "It is Well With My Soul." 

T. J. Eskridge read a memoir of Dr. Frank Richardson, 
written by his schoolmate and lifelong friend, Dr. R. N. 
Price. 

J. A. Burrow read a memoir of Mrs. John H. Kennedy. 

W. C. Garden read a memoir of Rev. John P. Dickey, 
written by Rev. R. A. Kelly. 

A. B. Hunter and Eugene Blake sang, "Just a Little 
While." 

Through an unintentional oversight no memoir of Mrs. 
E. F. Lyons was ready. Dr. I. P. Martin was requested to 
prepare a suitable paper for publication in the forthcoming 
Annual. 

Mrs. A. H. Gentry, the wife of one of our heroic "sup- 
plies," fell on sleep during the year. He has the tender 
sympathy of this Gonference. He is practically one of us, 
as he has traveled circuits and missions in our midst for 
twenty years. 

Appropriate words of love and appreciation were spoken 
by E. A. Shugart, D. Sullins, J. A. Burrow, I. P. Martin, J. 
D. Dame, J. W. Rader, J. C. Orr and G. D. French, after 
which the report of the committee on Memoirs was adopted, 
and the Gonference adjourned with the doxology and the 
benediction by G. D. French. 



SIXTH DAY 



Monday, October 7, 1912. 

The Gonference met at 9 a. m., with Bishop Kilgo in the 
chair. After the hymn beginning, "Father, I stretch my 
hands to thee," D. H. Garr led in prayer. Bishop Kilgo 
read and commented on a part of the 2nd chapter of 1st 
Gorinthians. 

The minutes of Saturday morning's session, and of Sun- 
day afternoon's memorial session, were read and approved. 

J. A. Groseclose, Morris Hale and John Williams, dele- 
gates from the Wytheville District, were reported as having 
arrived Saturday. 

Supernumerary. — Question 19 — "Who are supernumer- 
ary ?" The committee on Gonference Relations recommend- 
ed the following persons for the supernumerary relation, 
which recommendations were adopted : 

G. R. Brown, T. R. Handy, W. H. Price, J. A. Lyons, G. 
W. Jackson, R. A. Kelly, J. W. Smith, J. I. Gash, G. G. Gecil. 

The committee declined to recommend G. R. Melton and 
C. A. Beard for this relation, and they were left effective. 



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The Old Guard. — Question 20 — "Who are superannuat- 
ed ?" The same committee recommended the following per- 
sons for the superannuate's relation, which recommenda- 
tions were adopted: J. H. Brunner, J. E. Bruce, L. C. Delash- 
mit, H. S. Hamilton, D. H. Carr, J. A. Darr, R. N. Price, 
J. W. Belt, W. R. Barnett, L. K. Haynes, C. M. James, W. D. 
Mitchell, J. M. Romans, J. M. Maiden, M. L. Clendenen, W. 
C. Garden, C. K. Miller, A. D. Stewart, M. P. Swaim, J. M. 
Wolfe, R. S. Umberger, J. C. Maness, H. C. Neal, E. H. Bogle, 
L. M. Neel, W. C. Faris, A. Kincaid, B. F. Nuckolls, J. W. 
Carnes, F. Alexander, L. J. Williams, Jacob Smith, G. S. 
Wagner, G. A. Gamer, G. T. Carroll, J. N. Hobbs, J. G. Bays, 
J. H. Parrott, R. A. Hutsell. Letters were read from some 
of these veterans, and talks were made by others, breathing 
a spirit of devotion and beautiful resignation to God's will. 

Reconsidered. — The report of the committee on Confer- 
ence Relations was reconsidered ; G. A. Beard and G. R. Mel- 
ton were added to the supernumerary list by more than the 
necessary three-fourths vote of the Conference over the 
adverse recommendation of the committee. 

Miscellaneous. — J. M. Crowe was put on the committee 
on Conference Relations to take the place of G. B. Draper, 
deceased. 

George S. Sexton addressed the Conference again in the 
interest of our representative church in Washington City, 
after which the following resolution was adopted : 

Whereas, the General Conference has projected a plan for the 
erection of a representative church building in Washington City, for 
the benefit of our whole denomination, and whereas, the official com- 
mission, composed of Bishops E. E. Hoss, Warren A. Candler, Jno. 
C. Kilgo and Doctors W. F. McMurry and Geo. S. Sexton, has decided 
to appeal to several of the Annual Conferences for certain amounts, 
which are necessary to close up the balance $275,000, required to be 
raised before work can be begun; therefore, be it resolved, that 
Holston Conference, now in regular annual session assembled, does 
hereby subscribe and pledge the sum of $5,000, to the enterprise, 
which is the amount estimated by the Commission to be necessary 
from this Conference, and that the pledge be made with the following 
understanding and conditions: First, there is no payment to be made 
during this incoming conference year, but the subscription is to be 
credited with the sum of $1,000, which has already been subscribed 
by different members of the church in Chattanooga, and the remain- 
ing $4,000, is to be paid in three equal annual installments of 
$1,333,331^ each. 

The Bishop now presiding is hereby requested to appoint a com- 
mittee of ten men, who shall have charge of the raising of the amount 
subscribed, and of turning it over to the treasurer of the Representa- 
tive Washington City Church fund. 

In adopting this resolution and subcribing this definite amount, 
it is with the understanding that all amounts hereafter subscribed 



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within the territory of Holston Conference are to go to the credit of 

this subscription. 

GEO. R. STUART. 
J. W. PERRY, 
E. H. CASSIDY 

Collection. — G. D. French presented the case of Rev. G. 
S. Wagner, one of our afflicted preachers; a voluntary col- 
lection, amounting to $139.15, was taken for his benefit. 

Credentials Restored. — On motion of J. W. Perry, the 
credentials of D. C. Cam, a local elder from the Chattanooga 
District, were ordered restored, the original parchments hav- 
ing been lost. 

The Next Conference. — Question 48 — "Where shall the 
next Conference be held?" Cleveland, Tenn., State Street 
Church, Bristol, and Grace Church, Bluefield, were placed in 
nomination. Cleveland was selected, the vote finally being 
made unanimous. 

Question 47 — "Who is elected Conference Leader?" An- 
swer, W. W. Hurt, of Marion, Va. 

Miscellaneous. — D. McCracken was given the supernum- 
erary relation, on recommendation of the cornmittee. 

E. F. Kahle made report of the work done by our Holston 
Conference Brotherhood. 

Evangelism. — The committee on Conference Evangelism 
made report, which goes as report No. 1 from the Board of 
Missions. See supplement "A." 

Question 31 — "What was assessed by the last Conference 
for the superannuated preachers, and the widows and or- 
phans of preachers?" Answer — $9,500. 

Question 32 — "What has been collected on the foregoing 
account?" Answer— $8,470. 

Washington City Church. — Bishop Kilgo announced the 
following committee on our Representative Church in Wash- 
ington City: J. W. Perry, G. R. Stuart, E. H. Cassidy, J. A. 
Burrow, J. A. Baylor, Thos Priddy, Henry C. Stuart, T. J. 
Bondurant, Leon Jourolmon, T. S. Hamilton. 

Afternoon Session. — On motion of I. P. Martin it was 
decided that when we adjourn it be to meet at 2:30 this 
afternoon. 

A motion to extend the time thirty minutes was voted 
down. 

Bishop Kilgo appointed I. P. Martin to preside at the 
afternoon session. 

After announcements, the Conference sang the doxology, 
and was dismissed with the benediction by G. D. French. 



40 THE HOLSTON ANNUAL 

AFTERNOON SESSION. 

The Conference met at 2:30 p. m., with I. P. Martin in 
the chair. The devotional service was conducted by Thomas 
Priddy. J. F. Jones led in prayer. The minutes of the morn- 
ing session were read and approved. 

W. E. Burns, delegate from the Tazewell District, was 
reported as having previously arrived. 

Reports. — The Bible Board made report, which was 
adopted. See supplement "C." 

The committee on Laymen's Missionary Movement made 
report, which was adopted. See supplement "G." 

The committee on Social and Economic Evils, made re- 
port, which was discussed by J. D. McAlister, and adopted. 
See supplement "E." 

E. F. Kahle, of the Children's Home Society, of Virginia, 
made report of his work. 

The Board of Church Extension made report, which was 
adopted. See supplement "F." 

The committee on Spiritual State of the Church, made 
report, which was adopted. See supplement "G." 

The Sunday School Board made report, which was adopt- 
ed. See supplement "H." 

Resolutions. — The following resolution was adopted by 
a rising vote : 

Whereas, our much beloved brother, Bishop E. E. Hoss, has been 
forced to give up all work, for a time at least, by peremptory order 
of his physicians; therefore, be it 

Resolved, that we send him our warmest sympathy and love, with 
the assurance that we are praying for his early and complete recovery. 

J. A. BURROW. 
E. A. SHUGART. 
T. C. SCHULER. 

The following resolution was adopted : 

Whereas, the work of our Conference Boards is seriously embar- 
rassed through the appointment of members of said Boards to various 
committees; therefore. 

Resolved, that we request the editor of the Annual to publish there- 
in an alphabetical list of the members of said Boards for ready ref- 
erence, to the end that future appointment of said Board members 
to special service may be avoided and the way opened to the employ- 
ment of men, who are not already assigned to duty. 

J. A. LYONS. 
R. M. STANDIFER. 

Reports. — The committee on Sabbath Observance made 
report, which was adopted. See supplement "I." 

Bishop Kilgo came in and took the chair. 

The committee on Books and Periodicals made report. 
On motion of T. C. Schuler, the Conference requested Dr. 
E. G. B. Mann, editor of the Central Methodist Advocate, to 



THE HOLSTON ANNUAL 41 

speak on the circulation of church papers. Dr. Mann re- 
sponded in earnest, forceful words. T. C. Schuler and D. 
Sullins discussed the report, after which it was adopted. 
See supplement "J." 

On motion of J. A. Burrow the Conference adjourned to 
meet at 7:30 this evening. 



NIGHT SESSION. 



The Conference met at 7:45 p. m., with Bishop Kilgo in 
the chair. 

The minutes of the afternoon session were read and cor- 
rected. 

Transfer. — -Question 6 — "Who are received by transfer 
from other Conferences ?" Answer — James L. James, from 
the Texas Conference. 

Miscellaneous. — H. C. Clemens was referred to the com- 
mittee on Conference Relations for the superannuate's re- 
lation. 

The statistical minute questions were called and answer- 
ed. See minute questions. 

Report. — The Board of Education made report, which 
was adopted. See supplement "K." 

H. C. Clemens was recommended for the superannuate's 
relation, and the committee's recommendation was adopted. 

Resolutions. — The following resolution was adopted: 

Whereas, much delay and confusion have arisen from our careless 
and unsystematic way of reporting to the statistical secretaries and 
to the Conference Teller; and, 

Whereas, other Conferences have done away with such confusion 
by the adoption and observance of sane rules of order; 

Therefore, be it resolved that a committee of three be appointed to 
investigate and report to our next annual session such rules of order 
as will give us relief at this and other needed points. 

J. A. BURROW. 
E. A. SHUGART. 

J. E. Lowry, J. A. Baylor and T. C. Schuler were con- 
stituted this committee. 

Reports. — The following report was made : 

We, your committee, appointed to audit the books of the Conference 
Teller, beg leave to report: That after a careful examination, we 
found that a faithful account, in detail, has been kept, and that a 
perfect balance was found. We commend the Teller, Mr. R. P. Purse, 
for the valuable service which he has rendered to the Conference. 

S. B. VAUGHT. 
J. B. WARD. 
LAVINS THOMAS. 

Committee 



42 THE HOLSTON ANNUAL 

Resolution. — The following resolution was adopted: 

We, the undersigned Treasurers of the various Conference Boards, 
beg to call attention again to the fact that, by resolution of this Con- 
ference, all moneys for all benevolent purposes should be sent to the 
Conference Teller, Mr. R. P. Purse, Chattanooga, Tenn. For two 
years this resolution has been disregarded, to our great inconvenience, 
and we again ask the preachers to assist us by letting all benevolences 
go through the Teller's hands. 

J. WESLEY SMITH. 

J. MILTON BROWNE. 

J. L. MULLENS. 

S. V. MORELL. 

E. F. KAHLE. 

Reports. — The Board of Missions made report, which 
was adopted. See supplement "L." 

The committee on District Conference Records, made 
report, which was adopted. See supplement "M." 

The Epworth League Board made report, which was 
adopted. See supplement "N," 

A supplementary report from the Board of Education 
was adopted. See supplement "K." 

Resolution. — The following resolution was adopted: 

Resolved, that the thanks of this Conference are due, and the 
same are hereby given, to the good people of Abingdon, the pastor, 
Rev. J. M. Carter, and the churches of our sister denominations for 
the use of their houses of worship, during the session of this Con- 
ference. 

T. C. SCHULER. 

J. E. LOWRY. 

On motion it was decided that after the reading of the 
appointments we adjourn sine die. 

The minutes of this session were read and approved. 

Question 49 — "Where are the preachers stationed this 
year?" 








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MINUTE QUESTIONS 



1. Who are admitted on trial ? 

Samuel C. Beard, William L. Dykes, Halford V. Wilhelm, 
William E. Hightower, James H. Watkins, Joseph A. Hen- 
derson, Allen J. Thomas, Robert N. Havens, Carl H. Wright. 

Remaining from last year — Otis C. Wright. 

From the Baptist Church — Charles T. Gray, an elder. 

2. Who remain on trial? 

Thomas E. Brooks, Graydon K. Patty, Elbert W. Fisher, 
Rufus G. Reynolds, Luther S. Reynolds, Carlock Hawk, Lee 
M. Burriss, Enoch L. McConnell, Frank R. Snavely, William 
L. Patton. 

Remaining from last year — Bascom Waters, Hugh E. 
Kelso, Marion Quessenberry, George 0. Ganoway, Newton 
F. Walker. 

3. Who are discontinued? 
No one. 

4. Who are admitted into full connection? 

Samuel D. Lambert, Samuel L. Browning, William E. 
Browning, Silas A. McGhee, Chapman K. Wingo, Charles R. 
Jones, Ernest M. Ritchey, French Wampler. 

Remaining from last year — James H. Umberger, Henry 
E. Bradshaw, John W. Stewart, Andrew M. Quails. 

5. Who are readmitted? 
George R. Stuart. 

6. Who are received by transfer from other Con- 
ferences ? 

J. L. James from the Texas Conference. 

7. Who are received from other Churches as local 
preachers ? 

W. T. Roby from the United Brethren. 

8. Who are received from other Churches as traveling 
preachers ? 

Charles T. Gray, an elder from the Baptist Church. 

9. Who are the deacons of one year ? 

Charles N. Kennedy, Bruce N. Waterhouse, Jesse F. Ben- 
ton, Marvin G. Maiden, William D. Dew, Harry S. Hutsell, 
William H. Walker, John L. Scott, William T. Evans. 

Remaining from last year — Jerome V. Hall, John A. 
Morrow, William H. Briggs, F. Marvin Buhrman, William 
B. Belchee, Charles R. Melton, Washington D. Farmer. 



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10. What traveling preachers are elected deacons ? 
Samuel D. Lambert, Chapman K. Wingo, French Wam- 

pler, Paul H. Talley, Samuel L. Browning, Ernest M. Ritchie. 

11. What traveling preachers are ordained deacons? 
Samuel D. Lambert, Chapman K. Wingo, Paul H. Talley, 

Samuel L. Browning, Ernest M. Ritchie. 

12. What local preachers are elected deacons ? 
James H. Reynolds. 

13. What local preachers are ordained deacons ? 
James H. Reynolds. 

14. What traveling preachers are elected elders ? 
Charles A. Pangle, Samuel A. McCanless, George T. 

Jordan, William C. Thompson, 

15. What traveling preachers are ordained elders? 
Charles A. Pangle, Samuel A. McCanless, George T. Jor- 
dan, William C. Thompson. 

16. What local preachers are elected elders ? 
Jeremiah Stewart, James H. Watkins. 

17. What local preachers are ordained elders ? 
Jeremiah Stewart, James H. Watkins. 

18. Who are located this year? 
E. M. Pippin. 

19. Who are supernumerary? 

C. R. Brown, T. R. Handy, W. H. Price, J. A. Lyons, G. 
W. Jackson, R. A. Kelly, J. W. Smith, J. I. Cash, C. C. Cecil, 
D. McCracken, C. A. Beard, C. R. Melton, Geo. W. Simpson. 

20. Who are superannuated? 

J. H. Brunner, J. E. Bruce, L. C. Delashmit, H. S. Ham- 
ilton, D. H. Carr, J. A. Darr, R. N. Price, J. W. Belt, W. R. 
Barnett, L. K. Haynes, C. M. James, W. D. Mitchell, J. M. 
Romans, J. M. Maiden, M. L. Clendenen, W. C. Garden, C. 
K. Miller, A. D. Stewart, M. P. Swaim, J. M. Wolfe, R. S. 
Umberger, J. C. Maness, H. C. Neal. E. H. Bogle, L. M. Neel, 
W. C. Faris, A. Kincaid, B. F. Nuckolls, J. W. Carnes, F. 
Alexander, L. J. Williams, Jacob Smith, G. A. Garner, C. T. 
Carroll, J. N. Hobbs, J. C. Bays, J. H. Parrott, R. A. Hutsell, 
H. C. Clemens. 

21. What preachers have died during the past year? 
George B, Draper, Frank Richardson, John P. Dickey. 

22. Are all the preachers blameless in their life and 
official administration? 

Their names were called in open Conference one by one 
and their characters passed. 



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23. What is the number of local preachers and members 
in the several circuits, stations, and missions of the Con- 
ference ? 

Local preachers, 194 ; members, 70,324 ; total, 70,518. 

24. How many infants have been baptized during the 
year? 

907. 

25. How many adults have been baptized during the 
year? 

2,553. 

26. What is the number of Epworth Leagues ? 
156. 

27. What is the number of Epworth League members ? 
4,893. 

28. What is the number of Sunday schools? 
780. 

29. What is the number of Sunday-school officers, and 
teachers ? 

5,586. 

30. What is the number of Sunday-school scholars en- 
rolled during the Conference year? 

68,341. 

31. What was assessed by the last Conference for the 
superannuated preachers, and the widows and orphans of 
preachers ? 

$9,500. 

32. What has been collected on the foregoing account, 
and how has it been applied ? 

$8,479. (See report of Joint Board.) 

33. What has been contributed for Missions ? 
Foreign, $11,949; domestic, $15,455. 

34. What has been contributed for Church Extension ? 
$6,803. 

35. What has been contributed for the American Bible 
Society? 

$857. 

36. What has been contributed for the support of pre- 
siding elders and preachers in charge? 

Presidings elders, $21,192 ; preachers in charge, $138,741. 

37. What has been contributed for the support of 
Bishops ? 

$2,400. 



46 THB HOLSTON ANNUAL 

38. What is the number of societies, and of houses of 
worship owned by them ? 

Number of societies, 854; number of houses of worship, 
753. 

39. What is the value of houses of worship, and what is 
the amount of indebtedness thereon? 

Value, $1,775,375; indebtedness, $68,864. 

40. What is the number of pastoral charges, and of par- 
sonages owned by them ? 

Pastoral charges, 212 ; number of parsonages, 165. 

41. What is the value of parsonages, and what is the 
amount of indebtedness thereon? 

Value, $442,301 ; indebtedness, $37,321. 

42. What is the number of disiricts, and of district par- 
sonages ? 

Number of districts, 10; number of district parsonages, 
11. 

43. What is the value of district parsonages, and what 
is the amount of indebtedness thereon? 

Reports do not separate district parsonages from other 
parsonages. 

44. What number of churches have been damaged or 
destroyed during the year by fire or storm, and what was 
the amount of damage? 

Number of churches damaged, 7; amount of damages, 
$4,104. 

45. What are the insurance statistics? 

Insurance carried, $394,000; losses sustained, uncertain, 
premiums paid, $3,604 ; collections on losses, $2,662. 

46. What are the educational statistics? (See report 
of Board.) 

47. Who is elected Conference Leader? 
W. W. Hurt, Marion, Va. 

48. Where shall the next session of the Conference be 
held? 

Cleveland, Tenn. 

49. Where are the preachers stationed this year? 

APPOINTMENTS. 

BLUEFIELD DISTRICT— J. B. Ward, P. E 1 

1 Bluefield — Bland Street Frank Jackson 3 

2 Bluefield— Grace Church J. M. Carter 1 

3 Bramwell and Cooper J. W. W. Shuler 2 



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4 Welch C. W. Dean 3 

5 Eckman and Keystone Z. D. Holbrook 1 

6 Gary S. W. Bourne 2 

7 Mabuery and Coaldale W. S. Lyons 2 

8 McDowell C. H. Williams, supply 

9 Davy and Twin Branch J. B. Simpson 1 

10 laeger and Glen Alum Robert N. Havens (cl. 1 ).... 1 

11 Knox Creek W. J. Blankenship, supply 

12 Matoka B. C. Wise, supply 

13 Mullins Mission B, W. Fitch, supply 

14 Pageton J. W. Christian 1 

15 Mora Elbert W. Fisher (cl. 2 ).... 1 

16 Berwin Marvin Talley, supply 

17 Rock James H. Watkins (cl. 1 ).... 1 

18 North Fork and Crozier J. D. Spitzer, supply 

19 Big Sandy H. M. Boyd, supply 

20 Matewan P. E. Bailey, supply 

21 Williamson L. W. Pierce 2 

22 Chattaroy Thomas E. Brooks (cl. 2 ) 1 

23 Pineville Charles N. Kennedy (cl. 4 ).... 4 

24 Kimball W. W. Yost, supply 

25 Coalwood and Premier E. G. Smith, supply 

26 Pond Creek To be supplied 

27 Missionary to Italians I. T. Cameron. 

TAZEWELL DISTRICT— J. O. Straley, P. E 2 

1 Tazewell E, E. Wiley 4 

C. R. Brown, Sup'n'y. 

2 Maxwell Halford V. Wilhelm (cl. 1 ).... 1 

3 Tazewell Circuit J. R. King 4 

4 Graham Circuit J. E. Spring 3 

5 Elk Garden H. B. Brown 1 

6 Lebanon L. M. Cartright 3 

7 Dickensonville J. A. L. Perkins 3 

8 Castlewood and St. Paul J. L. Mullens 2 

9 Pocahontas Chapman K. Wingo (cl. 3 ).— 3 

10 Cedar Bluff H. S. Johnston 2 

11 Burke's Garden W. W. Hicks 3 

12 Honaker S. H. Hall 2 

13 Grundy Bruce N. Waterhouse (cl. 4 ).... 2 

14 Belfast W. A. Gose, supply 

15 Rocky Gap John W. Stewart (cl. 3 )..-. 2 

16 Richlands F. Marvin Buhrman (cl. 4 ).... 3 

17 Graham A. B. Hunter 3 

18 Whitewood W. A. Boyd, supply 

19 Dante T. D. Strader 1 

RADFORD DISTRICT— E. H. Cassidy, P. E 1 

1 East Radford J. W. Rader 1 

2 Radford S. V. Morell 1 

3 Pulaski J. M. Crowe 3 

4 Pearisburg William B. Belchee (cl. 4 ).... 2 

5 Princeton J. A. H. Shuler 2 

6 Dublin Circuit N. R. Cartright 2 

7 Lead Mines J. R. Walker 3 

8 Athens and Mission C. E. Painter 2 

J. W. Morris, Jr. supply. 

9 Staffordsville D. T. Miles 3 

10 Eggleston K. G. Munsey 2 



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11 Aubern James H. Umberger (cl, 3 ).... 4 

12 Galax Circuit J. S. W. Neel 2 

Chas. R. Melton, Sup'n'y. (cl. 4 ) 

13 Fries Samuel D. Lambert (cl. 3 ).... 1 

14 East River W. A. Warner, supply 

15 Floyd I. N. Munsey 3 

16 Draper H. C. Thompson, supply 

17 Blue Ridge L. D. Mabery, supply 

18 Hilton D. L. Smith, supply 

19 Hillsville Marion Quessenberry (cl. 2 ).... 3 

20 Prof, in Athens State Nor A. S. Thorn. 

WYTHEVILLE DISTRICT— C. W. Kelley, P. E 2 

1 Wytheville M. P. Carico 3 

2 Wytheville Circuit C. E. Steele 4 

3 Marion T. C. Schuler 2 

4 Marion Circuit J. A. Early 1 

5 Chilhowie G. A. Maiden 3 

6 Rural Retreat E. L. Addington 3 

7 Max Meadows W. H. Troy 1 

8 Independence J. M. Paxton 1 

9 Elk Creek Jerome V. Hall (cl. 4 ).... 1 

10 Cripple Creek J. W. Helvey 2 

11 Cedar Springs J. F. Jones 1 

12 Spring Valley W. C. Crockett 2 

13 Grant S. A. McCanless 3 

14 Bland Walter Hodge 2 

15 Ceres G. T. Jordan 4 

16 Mechanicsburg S. K. Byrd 4 

17 Coveton W. R. Miller, supply 

18 Sugar Grove Mission Carl H. Wright (cl. 1 ).... 1 

19 Missionary Evangelist J. T. Frazier. 

20 Missionary to Korea C. G. Hounshell. 

ABINGDON DISTRICT— G. D. French, P. E 2 

1 Abingdon S. B. Vaught 1 

2 Abingdon Circuit W. M. Patty 1 

"^"' "^fl'SMJ- A. Johnson, Junior supply. 

3 Bristol— State Street ............J. A. Baylor 3 

W. H. Price, Sup'n'y. 

4 Bristol — Mary Street J. L. Prater 2 

5 Bristol— Anderson Street T. R. Wolfe 2 

6 Bristol — Virginia Ave J. W. Repass 1 

7 Bristol Circuit R. T. McDowell 1 

8 Emory Circuit J. T. Guy 3 

T. R. Handy, Sup'n'y. 

9 Blountville Circuit T. J. Houts 4 

10 Saltville D. P. Hurley 4 

11 Rich Valley E. W. Mort 1 

12 Damascus L. D. Yost 2 

13 Bluff City J. D. Dame 1 

14 Mountain City J. M. Walker 1 

15 Benham J. A, Duvall 1 

Pres. E. & H. College C. C. Weaver. 

Agt. E. & H. College R. K. Sutherland. 

Pres. M. W. College S. D. Long. 

Pres. Sullins College W. S. Neighbors. 

Vice-Pres. Sullins College L. L. H. Carlock 



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Prof, in Sullins College G. W. Summers. 

Prof, in E. & H. College J. L. James. 

Prof, in E. & H. College J. R. Hunter. 

Field Agt. M. W. College J. E. NafF. 

Sec. Children's Home Soc'y.-E. F. Kahle. 

BIG STONE GAP DISTRICT— I. P. Martin, P. E 1 

1 Big Stone Gap G. M. Moreland 1 

2 Stonega W. M. Shuler, supply 

3 Norton W. N. Wagner 2 

4 Norton Mission Frank R. Snavely (cl. 2, e).... 2 

5 Wise W. L. Sorrell 1 

6 Pennington Gap E. H. Cole 2 

7 Jonesville John L. Scott (cl. 4 ).... 2 

8 Gate City D. S. Hearon 1 

9 Coeburn J. E. Lowry 2 

10 Tom's Creek W. C. Thompson 1 

11 Cumberland Gap W. M. Ellis 2 

12 Nickelsville Andrew M. Quails (cl. 3 ).... 1 

13 Clinchport W. N. Baker, supply 

14 Stickleyville George O. Ganoway (cl. 2 ).... 1 

15 Jonesville Circuit Z. B. Randall, supply 

16 Appalachia jj. H. Wagner 2 

17 Clintwood .A. B. Moore 3 

18 Clintwood Mission H. K. Hillman, supply 

19 Kingsport J. S. Henley 2 

20 Fort Blackmore Enoch L. McConnell (cl. 2 ).... 2 

21 Hubbard's Springs Jasper Sage, supply 

22 St. Charles S. W. McConnell, supply 

23 Keokee Tq be supplied 

MORRISTOWN DISTRICT— J. C. Orr, P. E 2 

1 Morristown R. M. Standifer 1 

2 Morristown Circuit R. A. Owen 2 

3 Johnson City W. M. Morrell 2 

4 Johnson City Circuit W. I. Fogleman 2 

5 Erwin Carloek Hawk (cl. 2 ).... 2 

6 Newport John A. Morrow.. (cl. 4 ).... 1 

7 Rogersville Samuel C. Beard (cl. 1 ).... 1 

8 Limestone A. H. Towe 1 

9 Hawkins Silas A. McGhee (cl. 3 ).... 3 

10 Greeneville G. L. Lambert 1 

11 Bull's Gap J. C. Logan 3 

12 Elizabethton R. M. Walker 3 

13 Tate Spring W. E. Bailey 1 

14 Surgoinsville J. N. Smith 2 

15 Mosheim J. A. Ellison 2 

16 Jefferson City William L. Patton (cl. 2 e).... 2 

17 Jonesboro M. J. Wvsor 1 

18 Afton W. R. Carbaugh 1 

19 Parrottsville William E. Browning (cl. 3 ).... 1 

20 Fall Branch Newton F. Walker (cl. 2 ).... 2 

21 Del Rio Mission L. R. Gaines, supply 

KNOXVILLE DISTRICT— T. J. Eskridge, P. E 2 

1 Knoxville — Church Street G. R. Stuart 1 

2 Knoxville— Broad Street N. M. Watson 2 

3 Knoxville — Centenary Thomas Priddy 3 



50 THE HOLSTON ANNUAL 

4 Knoxville— East Park _ B. W. Lee 1 

5 Knoxville — Emerald Ave Luther S. Reynolds (cl. 2 ).... 1 

6 Knoxville— Epworth R. B. Piatt, Jr 4 

7 Knoxville — Lincoln Park K. C. Atkins 1 

8 Knoxville — Virginia Ave Graydon K. Patty (cl. 2 ).... 2 

9 Knoxville — Washington Pk...G, C. Emmett, supply.™ 

10 Knoxville — Brookside To be supplied 

11 Fountain City „ French Wampler (cl. 3 ).... 2 

12 Concord Rufus G. Reynolds (cl. 2 ).... 2 

13 Ducktown and Benton To be supplied 

14 Etowah J. F. Barnett 1 

15 Knoxville Circuit F. M. Reynolds 1 

16 Lenoir City K. W. Cox 2 

17 Little River : William L. Dykes (cl. 1 ).... 1 

18 Louisville Circuit D. F. Wyrick 4 

19 Luttrell Mission C. R. Cline, supply 

20 Macedonia William H. Walker (cl. 4 ).... 1 

21 Madisonville Samuel L, Browning (cl. 3 ).... 3 

22 Maryville J. W. Browning 2 

23 New Hope Henry E. Bradshaw (cl. 3 ).... 1 

24 Philadelphia Bascom Waters (cl. 2 ).... 3 

25 Sevierville J. M. Moser 1 

26 Straw Plains S. T. M. McPherson 1 

27 Sweetwater J. R. Brown 4 

28 Tazewell F. L. Pendleton, supply 

Pres. Hiwassee College Eugene Blake. 

Chaplain in U. S. Navy J. B. Frazier. 

CHATTANOOGA DISTRICT— J. A. Burrow, P. E 1 

1 Chattanooga — Centenary J. W. Perry 1 

Battle McLester, Sup'n'y. 

2 Chattanooga — Trinity T. S. Hamilton 1 

J. W. Smith, Sup'n'y 1 

3 Chattanooga — St. Elmo S. S. Catron 1 

R. A. Kelly, Sup'n'y. 

4 Chattanooga — Whiteside J. E. Wolfe 2 

5 Chattanooga — Highland Pk..P. L. Cobb 2 

6 Chattanooga — Ridgedale S. S. Boyer 1 

C. C. Cecil, Sup'n'y. 

7 Chattanooga — N. Chat E. N. Woodward 1 

8 Chattanooga — King Mem S. S. Kreger 2 

9 Chattanooga — East Lake To be supplied 

10 South Pittsburg Jesse F. Benton (cl. 4 ).... 1 

11 Rossville W. R. Snider 4 

12 Jasper William D. Dew (cl. 4 ).... 1 

13 Rising Fawn J. A. Bilderback 2 

14 Trenton Otis C. Wright (cl. 1 ).... 1 

15 Aetna Circuit W. J. Cannon, supply 

16 Cleveland G. C. Rector 2 

17 Cleveland Circuit J. F. Ledford, supply 

18 Mt. Vernon J. E. Fogleman, supply 

19 Ooltewah Allen J. Thomas (cl. 1 ).... 1 

20 Charleston S. P. Douglas 1 

21 Hixon G. S. Wood 1 

22 Athens J. B. Elv 3 

C. A. Beard, Sup'n'y. 

23 Carlock Circuit A. M. Tomlinson, supply 

24 Riceville Charles T. Gray (cLl,e).... 1 

Pres. Centenary College Barney Thompson. 



THB HOLSTON ANNUAL 51 

Associate Pres. Centenary D, Sullins. 

Missionary to Cuba S. A. Neblett. 

Conf. Missionary Sec P. L. Cobb. 

HARRIMAN DISTRICT— E. A. Shugart, P. E 3 

1 Harriman Hugh E. Kelso (cl. 2 ).... 2 

2 Harriman Circuit G. M. Shelley, supply 

3 Crossville Robert Ballard, supply 

4 Dayton W, S. Hendricks 2 

5 Dayton Circuit '. J. J. Brooks, supply 

6 Evansville , Joseph A. Henderson (cl. 1 ).... 1 

7 Jamestown To be supplied 

8 Pikeville J. H, Summitt 2 

9 Stony Point, Grassy Cove To be supplied 

10 Dunlap H. B. Wilson 1 

11 Whitwell Charles R. Jones (cl. 3 ).... 2 

12 Spring City C. A. Pangle 1 

J. I. Cash, Sup'n'y. 

13 Rockwood Harry S. Hutsell (cl. 4 ).... 2 

14 Decatur Washington D. Farmer (cl. 4 ).... 2 

15 Jacksboro R. C. Camper 2 

16 LaFollette -C. H. Vamer 2 

17 Robertsville William E. Hightower. (cl. 1 ).... 1 

18 Coal Creek Lee M. Burriss (cl. 2 ).... 1 

19 Clinton William H. Briggs (cl. 4 ).... 1 

20 Andersonville Marvin G. Maiden (cl. 4 ).... 1 

21 Sequatchie William T. Evans (cl. 4 ).... 1 

Student Hiwassee College Ernest M. Ritchey (cl. 3 ) 

TRANSFERRED. 

R. E. Early — East Oklahoma Conference. ' 

W. E. Thompson — South Carolina Conference. 

J. L. GriflBts — Florida Conference. 

H. B. Atkins — East Oklahoma Conference. 

J. P. Bross — Western North Carolina Conference. 

C. O. Shugart — Texas Conference. 

Paul H. Talley — West Oklahoma Conference. 

T. D. Lipscomb — Louisiana Conference. 

W. C. Boswell — Baltimore Conference. 



52 THE HOLSTON ANNUAL 



CONFERENCE REPORTS 



"A" 

CONFERENCE EVANGELISM. 

Early in the Conference year your committee, consisting of J. 
M. Carter, W. W. Hurt, G. A. Maiden, P. L. Cobb, and J. A. Baylor, 
met in Abingdon, Va., all being present except P. L. Cobb. After 
earnest and prayful discussion, the committee decided to continue in 
general the plans of last year, that is, to secure a general concert 
of prayer; to secure united action in each District; to send out helpful 
literature; and by correspondence, and through the church press to 
agitate the need and desirability of revival. 

The Presiding Elders had previously been communicated with re- 
garding the most suitable persons to constitute the district committees, 
and the following were appointed for the several districts: 

Bluefield District— E. H. Cassidy, T. S. Hamilton, W. H. Shuff; 
Wytheville District>— C. W. Kelley, M. P. Carico, C. E. Steele; Rad- 
ford District — S. S. Catron, W. B. Belchee, Jordan Carper, Frank 
Brotherton; Tazewell District^-J. O. Straley, E. E. Wiley, E. S. Fin- 
ney, A. B. Hunter, C. R. Brown; Big Stone Gap District — J. W. Rader, 
R. K. Sutherland, C. M. Quillian, W. C. Thompson; Abingdon District 
— Geo. D. French, J. M. Carter, Geo. E. Penn; Morristown District — 
J. C. Orr, J. A. Burrow, R. A. Owen; Knoxville District — T. J. 
Eskridge, Geo. L. Lambert, Thomas Priddy, N. M. Watson, C. C. Sul- 
lins; Chattanooga District — J. W. Perry, R, A. Kelly, C C. Cecil, J. 
E. Wolfe, L. M. Thomas; Harriman District — E. A. Shugart, H. E. 
Kelso, H. M. Winslow. 

A leaflet entitled, "Planning for the Revival," prepared by W. W. 
Hurt, Conference Lay Leader, and containing an account of a most 
successful revival in his home charge of Marion, Va., was printed, 
and a list of helpful and inspiring books was agreed upon. As soon 
as possible after this meeting, the secretary prepared a letter which 
was sent to all the pastors, calling attention to our plans, and especial- 
ly urging reliance upon the Word of God, the power of the Holy Spirit, 
and the efficacy of intercessory prayer. With this letter, was sent 
copies of the leaflet mentioned above, and the list of books recom- 
mended by the committee. A letter was also addressed to the pre- 
siding elders, and a copy of the letter to pastors, and of the leaflet 
enclosed. 

Soon after adjournment of Conference last year, your secretary 
on evangelism became satisfied that there had been some grave mis- 
takes in the reports on membership as given by the statistical secre- 
taries. At the Conference there was reported 12,983 conversions, 
7,778 accessions, but only 1,500 net gain, and a total membership of 
68,020. This was very disappointing, and was commented upon in 
such a manner as to disparage the revival movement. As soon as 
the Annual was out I went carefully through the statistical tables and 
found them full of gross errors. There were many mistakes in ad- 
ditions and footing up of totals — in one district alone involving a 
reported loss of nearly one thousand members. Not a single district 
was reported correctly. After going over the entire table carefully 
I obtained the following results, which I believe to be correct: 



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53 



S « 



« 




a 










L,osses 
from a 
causes 


3 


V 

< 




964 


338 


626 


495 


486 


9 


1,071 


508 


563 


759 


529 


230 


1,002 


647 


355 


742 


325 


417 


956 


567 


389 


962 


417 


545 


826 


819 


7 


341 


367 




8,118 


5,003 


3,141 






Bluefield 

Tazewell 

Radford 

Wytheville 

Abingdon 

Big Stone Gap . 
Morristown . . . , 

Knoxville 

Chattanooga . . . 
Harriman 



Total, 



4,504 
5,836 
7,101 
10,213 
7,217 
6,657 
6,881 
7,068 
6,944 
4,480 



66,901 



5,130 

5,845 
7,664 
10,443 
7,572 
7,074 
7,270 
7,613 
6,951 
4,454 

70,016 



Harriman District suffered a loss of 26. 

It will be observed that our total membership in the Conference 
is 70,016, which is two thousand more than the Annual gives us credit 
for. On the face of the figures given by the pastors, after errors in 
addition have been eliminated, we have a net increase of 3,141, and if 
we take the figures given in last year's Annual as "total members last 
year," we have a net gain of 3,458. 

The committee has felt it necessary to insert these figures here 
in order to correct the wrong impression made by the small reported 
increase, and also to give us a base of reckoning for the future. We 
believe that the winning of souls to Christ and the church is a matter 
of such sacred importance that we cannot afford to be careless in our 
reports of the same. Copies of these corrections were, at the time, 
sent out to all the presiding elders, and many of the preachers, and 
they were asked to give them as wide publicity as possible. The cor- 
rected figures were also given to the Church press. 

Early in January a letter was sent to the presiding elders, asking 
that they urge the importance of the re\'ival work in their districts. 
The revival was greatly stressed also in the mid-year meeting. An- 
other letter was sent to all the pastors in Maj'^ urging especially the 
importance of the family altar, and aiming at conversions in the reg- 
ular work of the church. Articles have been prepared by the secre- 
tary and many of the pastors intended to inspire revival effort. To 
all of these brethren the committee is deeply indebted. Many person- 
al letters have been written also to preachers and laymen. Your 
secretary must confess that he has not been able to do all that he 
wanted to do. His own work has been heavy. About ten weeks were 
given to revival work in his own and other charges with scarcely any 
intermission. Many things were necessarily left undone. 

There has been a general spirit of revival in the Conference 
throughout the year. Many preachers report seekers at the regular 
preaching services and prayer meetings. Many remarkable meetings 
have been held. There have been instances of saving power under the 
ministry of our preachers this year worthy of a place alongside those 
of olden time. Whole communities have been transformed, and the 
most hardened sinners reached. In the face of these facts, there is 
no room for discouragement. Neither is it a time to compromise 
with worldliness on the one hand, or a gospel of ethical culture which 
discounts the mighty power of the Holy Ghost, and a joyous, soul- 
satisfying experience of religion on the other. 

Conversions and accessions by districts are given as follows: 



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« 1^ 

I! 

S 5 



Bluefield 

Tazewell 

Radford 

Wjrtheville . . . 
Abingdon .... 
Big Stone Gap 
Morristown . . 
Knoxville .... 
Chattanooga . . 
Harriman .... 



5130 
5845 
7664 
10443 
7572 
7074 
7270 
7613 
6951 
4454 



1700 
1700 

700 
1344 
1000 
1500 
1000 
1200 
1500 

584 

11228 



890 
530 

1008 
808 
592 
780 

1254 
816 

1360 
273 

8312 



159 



248 



655 

326 
456 
176 

678 

224 

543 

1059 



3710 



These figures aiford us occasion for profound thanksgiving to 
God. He has not withdrawn His presence from us, and our preachers 
still know the secret of power. The committee feels that this great 
work should continue. The revival movement was not undertaken as 
a mere spasm of zeal. What has been done is what the church should 
be ever doing, but with increased zeal and efficiency. 

"'Ve believe that it is time to emphasize more strongly the deep- 
ening of the spiritual life of the church. We need to set a higher 
standard before our people, or rather to bring them up to a higher 
standard. There are conditions in the Church in many places that 
preclude any extensive work of salvation. The cold backslidden, 
worldly church cannot bring souls to the birth, or nourish them when 
new-born. We preachers are in danger, sometimes, of assuming that 
all who are in the Church are saved and full of zeal, and need only 
to be instructed in the way of the Lord, whereas great numbers either 
have not been converted, or have left their first love, and are running 
in full accord with the world. Along with the proclamation "Ho, every 
one that thirsteth, come ye to the waters," we need to sound as well, 
"Return ye backsliding children, and I will heal your backslidings;" 
and "Come out from among them, and be ye separate from them." 
Our conviction is that the depth and permanency of the revival de- 
pends upon the depth and fervor of the spiritual life of the church pro- 
moting it. Converts will inevitably type the life of the church. Here 
is the explanation of so much falling away, of so much chaff vdth 
the wheat. It has become a reproach that in many communities there 
are those who are converted every revival season. The explanation 
of much of this shallow work is to be found in a shallow church life. 
How can we expect abundant harvest from a sterile soil ? How can we 
expect converts to hold out, when often the church repudiates the 
duties of motherhood, leaving the tender babes in Christ to die of 
cold, starvation, and general neglect? In no fanatical or controver- 
sial sense, with no reference to profitless discussions that have vexed 
us, but in a broad, Scriptural, and Methodistic sense, we believe, with 
Mr. Wesley, that for the highest welfare of the Church, we should 
constantly urge believers to "go on to perfection." A very robust 
type of piety is necessary to withstand the insidious evils of our 
day. Perhaps experience was too much dwelt upon in other days; cer- 
tainly it is too little emphasized in our day. 

To bring the church up to the standard of the New Testament is 
going to require uncommon courage and fidelity on the part of the 
preachers. Let no man imagine that he can deliver his soul and still 



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have all men speak well of him. There are men and women not a few 
whose wealth or social position gives them influence, who will resent 
preaching that touches their particular sins. Certain worldly prac- 
tices have been tolerated in the church until they have, so to speak, 
acquired fictitious rights, and the preacher who assails them will in 
many quarters be looked upon as heretic, or a fanatic. Among these 
things may be mentioned many forms of Sabbath desecration, card 
games, dancing, theater-going, dram-drinking, questionable politics, 
and many others. The non-committal, or compromising attitude of oth- 
er ministers in a community, will often perplex the situation. Well 
may we say, "Who is sufficient for these things?" Nevertheless, we 
believe that strength and safety lies in the direction of faithfulness 
to the Bible and the Methodist standard of piety. 

In view of all the foregoing, we recommend: 

1. That the effort to promote revivals in every charge in the 
Conference be continued. 

2. That the most careful attention be given the matter of con- 
serving the results of revival effort. That this be given prominence 
in Missionary Institutes, and in the Mid-year Meeting. That every 
pastor earnestly study the question of promoting the growth and 
development of his converts. If converts are to grow, pastors and 
churches must foster prayer and experience meetings and a warm 
spiritual atmosphere in the congregational life. 

3. That we continue to lay great emphasis upon united inter- 
cessory prayer. It is our earnest conviction that the measure of the 
prayer-life of the church is the measure of its power. This is the 
only way in which the church can bring itself to its greatest efficiency. 

4. That an effort be made to arrange for three or four group 
conferences on evangelism in the bounds of the Conference, so dis- 
tributed that all the preachers can attend at little expense, lasting two 
or three days, in which some one of recognized ability shall take a lead- 
ing part, and in which every phase of the evangelistic work can be 
discussed, and where much time can be spent in earnest prayer and 
preparation for the work. We suggest that Chattanooga, Knoxville, 
Bristol, and Bluefield, would be good places for such conferences. The 
Conference Board of Missions has invited the General Board of Mis- 
sions to hold a series of inspirational meetings in our Conference dur- 
ing the coming year, and has agreed to associate with these rep- 
resentatives of the Mission Board, one man selected by the committee 
on Evangelism, and one man representing the Conference Board, pay- 
ing their expenses, if suitable men can be secured for their expenses. 

J. A. BAYLOR. 



JOINT BOARD OF FINANCE. 

The Joint Board of Finance has eighty-four names on its roll: 
Mrs. W. M. Dyer, Mrs. A. J. Frazier, Mrs. R. A. Giddens, Mrs. J. 
R. Stradley, Mrs. E. E. Wiley, J. C. Maness, M. L. Clendenin, R. N. 
Price, J. M. Wolfe, and J. H. Parrott, who belong to the honorary roll, 
and receive no money. The following beneficiaries receive the amount 
opposite their names: 

J. H. Brunner $100 I Mrs. W. W. Pyott 100 

D. H. Carr 200 Mrs. E. W. Moore 100 

W. C. Garden 175 | Mrs. W. E. Munsey 100 



56 



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E. H. Bogle 200 

C. T. Carroll 125 

C. K. Miller 25 

J. A. Darr 150 

L. C, Delashmit 125 

Mrs. J. P. Dickey 125 

Frank Alexander 100 

W. R. Barnett 100 

J. W. Belt 150 

M. P. Swaim 140 

R. S. Umberger 200 

W. C. Faris 125 

Ayres Kincaid 75 

Mrs. W. H. Bates 100 

Mrs. J. R. Bellamy 160 

Mrs. W. M. Bellamy 125 

Mrs. E. S. Bettis 75 

Mrs. J. R. Cunningham 100 

Mrs. W. H. Dawn 75 

Mrs. W. P. Doane 125 

Mrs. F. M. Grace 125 

Mrs. J. F. Hash 175 

Mrs. R. F. Jackson 100 

Mrs. Jno. Woolsey 140 

L. K. Haynes 125 

J. N. Hobbs 50 

C. M. James 75 

J. M. Maiden 200 

W. D. Mitchell 175 

H. C. Neal 200 

Jacob Smith 100 

A. D. Stewart 100 

Mrs. G. B. Draper 250 

Mrs. Frank Richardson 50 



Mrs. W. B. Pickens 50 

Mrs. E. B. Robertson 160 

Mrs. J. W. Robertson 160 

Mrs. Wm. Robeson 50 

Mrs. J. T. Smith 100 

Mrs. J. F. Wampler 100 

Mrs. H. P. Waugh 100 

Mrs. S. S. Weatherly 175 

Mrs. S. R. Wheeler 50 

Mrs. A. E. Woodward 125 

Mrs. J. D. Hixon 125 

Mrs. J. E. Swecker 85 

Miss OUie Swecker 50 

James Swecker 25 

Chambers Children 100 

Henderson Children 50 

Mrs. W. L. Jones 50 

Mrs. J. H. Keith 100 

Mrs. R. W. Kite 150 

H. S. Hamilton 100 

Mrs. R. E. Smith 150 

Mrs. M. J. Butcher 50 

J. W. Carnes 100 

L. M. Neel 125 

Mrs. P. S. Sutton 100 

Mrs. J. B. Carnes 150 

L. J. Williams 100 

G. S. Wagner 100 

G. A. Garner 175 

J. C. Bays 100 

J. M. Romans 50 

R. A. Hutsell 175 

B. F. Nuckolls 25 

J. E. Bruce 25 



The Board recommends the following assessments: Conference 
Historian, R. N. Price, $1,400; Superannuate Endowment Fund, $1,000; 
Conference Claimants, $9,500. 

CREED F. BATES, Ch'm'n. 
C. E. STEELE, Sec. 

treasurer's report 

Received from Teller for Bishops, $2,405.50; for General Confer- 
ence .expenses, $867.83; for Conference claimants, $7,762.93; Holston 
History, $791.63; and for Superannuate Endowment Fund, $761.50; 
total, $12,614.00. 

Interest on Carlock Notes $50.20 

E. C. Reeves (McAnally Fund) 36.00 

Smith & Lamar Pub. House 357.00 

Wall Fund (Judge Longley) 285.00 

Superannuate Endowment (not in hands 

of Treasurer yet) 258.75 

Public Collection 79.00 

We have paid out — 
To R. P. Purse, Teller, for current expenses 

and his board $ 19.50 

To Mrs. G. B. Draper, Nov. 1911 150.00 

To Conference Historian, R. N. Price 

$790.68 and $22.00 812.68 



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57 



To Conference Claimants 8,470.00 

For Bishops' Fund 2,405.58 

To Superannuate Endowment Fund 761.50 

Balance in Treas. and Superannuate 

Emergency Fund 725.00 

The Board assessed $1,000 for salary of Conference Historian, and 
an assessment to cover the expenses of General Conference delegates. 

J. WESLEY SMITH, Treas. 

ASSESSMENTS JOINT BOARD FINANCE, 



Bishops' 


General 
Conference 
Expenses 


Superan- 
nuate 


Conference 


Fund 


Endow- 
ment 


Claimants 


$227 


.... 


$75 


$710 


274 


$62 


85 


850 


322 


72 


105 


900 


322 


36 


105 


990 


305 


• ■ . ■ 


100 


940 


322 


37 


105 


940 


305 


66 


100 


940 


363 


45 


120 


1190 


212 


38 


75 


660 


227 


44 


130 


1240 



Historian 



Bluefield 

Tazewell 

Radford 

Wytheville 

Big Stone Gap 

Abingdon 

Morristown .... 

Knoxville 

Harriman 

Chattanooga ... 



85 
105 
105 
100 
100 
100 
120 

75 
130 



J. WESLEY SMITH, Treas. 



BIBLE BOARD. 

Your Board believes that next to the gift of Christ God's great- 
est gift to man is the Bible. It is adapted to the universal life of man 
as no other book. The Bible is the book of the people, and not the 
special book of the priest, from which to set forth some occult, un- 
known doctrine, withheld from the common understanding of men, 
but a great book of revelation that has revealed the people to them- 
selves. It was a book withheld for long ages from the perusal of the 
people. The Bible reveals every man to himself as a distinct moral 
agent, responsible not to men, but responsible through his own con- 
science to his Lord and Maker. Whenever a man sees this vision, he 
stands up a free man, whatever may be the government under which 
he lives. A man has found himself when he has found his relation to 
the rest of the universe. And here is the book in which those relations 
are set forth. And so it seems to us that we must look upon the 
Bible as the great charter of the human soul. We are not to judge 
progress by material standards. America is not ahead of other nations 
because she is rich. Nothing makes a nation or individual great 
except her thoughts, her ideals, her acceptance of those standards of 
judgment which are written largely upon the pages of revelation. 
And for this reason we believe that the Bible has stood at the back 
of progress of individual and national life. What the Bible has done 
for us, it can do for other races. It lives and it gives life, because 
it is itself throbbing with divine life. We who have profited most 
by the Scriptures are bound alike by duty and gratitude and self- 
interest to put them within the reach of all our fellowmen. 



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We heartily endorse the work of the American Bible Society and 
believe it worthy of our support. It unites many denominations in 
the work to increase the circulation of the Scriptures among all 
nations. It issued last year at home and in other lands 3,691,201 
volumes or parts of Scripture. It circulates the Bible in more than 
one hundred languages. Its issues last year from the Bible House in 
New York alone were 1,837,356 volumes in seventy languages. Its 
issues last year from its agencies abroad were 1,853,845 volumes of 
Scripture, largely in the great Asiatic languages. Its twelve foreign 
and nine home agencies cover nearly the entire home and foreign 
fields. It furnishes missionaries of many denominations with the 
Bible, which is the chief implement of their work. 

Its agents and colporters are pioneers of missions at home and 
abroad. It constantly helps hundreds of mission churches and Sun- 
day schools. The destitute and unchurched classes create, as well as 
the immigrant class, special and pressing demands at home. It does 
a work among the colored people of the South which has the support 
of the best Christians of the Southland. It has sent to its agencies and 
to missions abroad, for expenses of translation, printing and circula- 
tion of Scriptures, during the past year $265,413.91, and it has ex- 
pended in the United States for the same object $407,294.45. Abroad, 
hundreds of millions have not yet heard that there is a gospel. Op- 
portunities in some instances unprecedented have opened in China, 
Japan and other nations. The society has a budget of more than 
$814,000.00 for the work of the year ending March 31st, 1913. Its 
invested funds, $2,400.00 will bring in about one-seventh of this 
amount. Sales will bring in more. Legacies can be relied upon for 
a part. $250,000.00 must come from the gifts of the churches. If the 
normal extension of the work at home and abroad is kept up we 
must increase our gifts to this great work. We should give more 
attention to the distribution of the Bible within the bounds of our own 
Conference. The wonderful industrial development has brought thou- 
sands of foreigners into the bounds of the Holston Conference. It is 
our duty to see that every man is supplied with a Bible. These peo- 
ple with their low standard of morals are corrupting our own people. 
There is an increasing tendency to drunkenness, impurities and Sab- 
bath desecrations where these foreigners predominate. We must give 
them the Bible and evangelize them, or vacate the field. Through the 
recommendation of your board. Rev. I. T. Cameron was appointed as 
colporter for the American Bible Society in the coal-fields. He was 
supplied with Bibles in the languages represented in this territory. 
He found all eager to secure Bibles. He not only found many for- 
eigners without Bibles, but he also found many American homes 
destitute of the word of God, and glad to pay the nominal sum asked 
by the Society for these books. We therefore recommend, that at least 
one colporter for each Presiding Elder's district be appointed, and 
ask all pastors to aid in the systematic distribution of the Bible in 
the homes of our people. The amount assessed for this cause last 
year was $1,060.00, of which $840.50 was paid. The amount contribut- 
ed to this great cause came considerably short of that contributed 
last year. We cannot afford to neglect and fall short here, for this 
is the foundation and all of our evangelistic and missionary effort is 
dependent on the success of the American Bible Society. Your Board 
recommends an assessment of $1,000.00 for the coming year, which 
is the same as last. The sum of ten dollars was appropriated for 
the expenses of the Board during the coming year. 

W. S. LYONS, Ch'm'n. 
N. R. CARTRIGHT, Sec. 



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LAYMEN'S MISSIONARY MOVEMENT. 

We believe that the Laymen's Movement in this department of 
our church work is of vital importance to its necessary progress, and 
that it will prove a satisfactory solution to some of our difficult 
problems. Its purpose is to arouse and enlist and inspire them to 
enter heartily into the whole work to which the church has called 
them; that its prime object is to elevate them to a higher plane of use- 
fulness and give them a broader vision of their glorious opportunity 
to labor in their Master's vineyard. 

We believe that the active and hearty co-operation of our clerical 
and laymen forces will make our Zion move as never before. We, 
therefore recommend, that after the Conference leader, and the dis- 
trict leaders, and the missionary committee for each charge have 
been appointed, that we adopt the duplex envelope system for rais- 
ing all of our collections; that the missionary committee, in con- 
nection with the stewards of each congregation, shall assume the 
obligation of raising both the pastor's salary and all of the benev- 
olences; and that we make a determined effort to induce our people to 
be more liberal in their contributions to the Lord's cause; and that 
we insist upon their adopting the plan of weekly or monthly con- 
tributions, and thus educate them to the scriptural plan of support- 
ing the gospel, to which they are so deeply indebted for all they have 
and are. 

Inasmuch as the Southern Assembly at Waynesville, N. C, was 
originated, planned and established by the Laymen's Missionary 
Movement; and inasmuch as it originated at a meeting held within 
the bounds of our own Conference, we most heartily endorse it, and 
pledge to it our co-operation and support, and earnestly urge our 
people who go away for summer vacations to build cottages on our 
own grounds and plan to spend their summers there. We also urge 
our people to attend the assemblies planned there. 

J. W. SAYLOR, Ch'm'n. 

B. S. DOBYNS 

W. N. WAGNER 

T. J. BONDURANT 

S. B. WHITE 

J. A. H. SHULER 



"E" 

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC EVILS. 

With the righteous people of West Virginia engaged in a gigan- 
tic campaign for constitutional prohibition, the hosts of sin in Ten- 
nessee desperately struggling to annul and destroy the statutory pro- 
hibition law, and the people of Virginia denied by the late Legislature 
the right to an expression of their sovereign will, regarding the legaliz- 
ed sale of intoxicating liquors, it is time for the ministry and member- 
ship of Holston Conference Methodism living in these three respective 
commonwealths, to profoundly and protractedly consider the situation 
presented to them. 

The traffic in intoxicating liquors is an unmitigated public nui- 
sance; it weakens the body, beclouds the intellect, debauches the 
moral nature and destroys the immortal soul of the drinker. It is a 
constant and terrible menace to the political^ economical, social, do- 



60 THE HOLSTON ANNUAL 

mestic and religious life of the Nation. It is the real, open and ever- 
present enemy of the home, of the school and of the church of God. 
The liquor traffic is the prolific mother of the divorce evil and the 
mightiest abettor of the social shame. It is the promoter and sup- 
porter of gambling in all its forms. 

The foundations of the liquor trafl[ic are laid in covetousness and 
appetite — the greed of the liquor dealer for gain and the craving of 
the drinker's appetite for satisfaction. The strength of the liquor 
traflSc today is in the law of the land. It is protected by State, and 
especially by National legislation, and is organized throughout the 
length and breadth of our land to defeat the expression of popular 
will by legislation, which is in any wise calculated to limit or destroy 
by statutory legislation or by the popular vote of the people its pitiless 
ravaging of the human race. 

Liquor dealers and brewers of the country have their National 
and State organizations, with their conventions, attorneys, editorial 
corps, lobbyists and enormous campaign funds, and is waging an ag- 
gressive, conscienceless warfare, not only to prevent the spread of 
prohibition, but to wipe all the present prohibitory laws off the statute- 
books, and to restore the saloon to every town and cross-road in the 
land. To accomplish this purpose, it accounts no expenditure of money 
or energy too great. They are waging a tremendous public campaign 
throughout the country to convince the public mind that the prohibi- 
tion of the sale and use of intoxicants is a failure; that the liquor 
dealers will not obey the law and that the illegal sale is so widespread 
and productive of evil, that it is better for the cause of practical tem- 
perance to have a strictly regulated, legalized saloon than to pro- 
hibit the legal sale entirely. 

The most potent allies of the liquor traffic to-day are the wet 
newspapers, which, in their news and editorial columns, minimize the 
evils of the saloon, emphasize the violation of law in dry territory 
and instead of insisting upon the punishment of offenders, endeavor 
to persuade the people that it is folly to expect the liquor traffic to 
keep the law, and therefore it should be licensed to set its traps 
for our people and to accomplish their ruin. These papers are the 
allies of the liquor seller; drummers for the trade, and we believe that 
the owners of such papers and those who derive profit from this 
source are equally as responsible in the sight of Almighty God as 
those who sell liquor to the men who have been informed by the 
newspaper where the liquors can be obtained. A recent Sunday 
morning edition of one of these papers carried thirty-four yards of 
column-wide liquor advertisements. The efforts of the wet papers 
are supplemented by the paid attorneys and lobbyists who stand guard 
over the city councils, the State Legislatures and both Houses of Con- 
gress, and who work every conceivable device to hinder and defeat 
every advance piece of temperance legislation. Against such a tre- 
mendous combination of covetousness and greed, the individual worker 
is well-nigh powerless. Organization must be met by organization, 
and men must be chosen to study conditions, to formulate plans and to 
speak in the name of the temperance people of our State and Nation 
in emphatic, unmistakable language which will compel attention and 
respect. 

The demand for National legislation to reinforce and make effect- 
ive the prohibitory laws of the various states, becomes more impera- 
tive with every success attending the efforts of the temperance peo- 
ple. The United States Government to-day is to all practical intents 
and results a partner with the violators of the liquor laws in dry 
territory. The State may refuse to grant a license, but the United 
States Government will issue a tax receipt to any man, anywhere, 
who will pay the required amount of money, and in this way numer- 



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ous persons in every dry State and county have secured immunity 
from prosecution in the Federal courts. The United States Govern- 
ment is thus the promoter of lawlessness, and we believe that Congress 
should enact a law forbidding the issuance of any tax receipts in 
dry territory, and thus remove the scandal caused by conflict of State 
and National legislation. A National law forbidding the shipment 
of liquor from wet into dry territory is one of the imperative needs 
of the day. This legislation is absolutely essential to the protection 
of that territory which has voted dry. We believe that the passage of 
such a National liquor law is more important for the good of the 
country than any other law. State or National, that is under con- 
sideration. 

We rejoice to report that the judiciary committee of the United 
States Senate has reported a bill to this effect to that body, and 
that it has been placed upon the calendar and will be the special and 
continuing order in the Senate on and from December 12, 1912. It 
is to be regretted that the lower house of Congress has not acted as 
promptly as the Senate. The people of our Conference ought to dil- 
igntly set to work, immediately upon the opening of Congress to in- 
fluence their Senators and Representatives to not only vote for, but to 
use their utmost influence to secure the passage of such legislation 
through both Houses of Congress. 

We rejoice to report the intense activity of the temperance peo- 
ple throughout the land. The conflict is waging. Sentiment against 
the open and legalized saloon is constantly increasing and in spite 
of the occasional loss of a battle, the necessary reformation at times 
of lines and plans of campaign, or the occasional halting in the onward 
advance, we feel assured that the battle against the legalized liquor 
trafllc shall never cease until it has become outlawed and a criminal, 
throughout the civilized world. Your committee presents the following 
resolutions for adoption by this Conference: 

FIRST: We pledge ourselves to declare, in our own pulpits, the 
attitude of the church toward the licensed liquor traffic, as set forth 
in the Discipline, and in reports adopted from time to time by our 
General Conference. 

SECOND: We endorse and commend the inter-denominational, 
non-partisan, anti-saloon league movement which, in the spirit and 
power of the Church of Jesus Christ, is waging such uncompromising 
warfare against the saloon. It is one of the most efficient temperance 
organizations of our day and we urge our ministry and people to heart- 
ily co-operate with and support its work. 

THIRD: We deplore the indifference to public sentiment and 
popular demand, as well as the obtuseness to the moral welfare of the 
Commonwealth, which moved certain members of the 1912 Virginia 
Legislature, in the interest of one thousand saloons, and in face of 
the petition of forty thousand white citizens of voting age to accom- 
plish the defeat of the "Enabling Act," and we urge the Anti-saloon 
League of Virginia to continue with its characteristic energy and per- 
sistence to fight for the passage of such an act by the next Legisla- 
ture, pledging the league to co-operate to our utmost extent to this 
purpose. 

FOURTH: West Virginia is one of the worse cursed States in 
the Union with whiskey. The awfulness of our condition is shown in 
just a few words. Our population does not exceed that of Maine, yet 
Maine, under fifty years of prohibition, has only two hundred and 
two convicts in her penitentiary, while nine of the wet counties in 
West Virginia have six hundred and eighty-six, and the other forty- 
six counties furnish four hundred and nineteen. McDowell County 
alone furnishes one hundred and ninety-nine. We rejoice in the fact 



62 THB HOLSTON ANNUAL 

that the State Legislature has given to the voters a chance to rid the 
State of the curse. We are also glad to note that the Methodist 
ministers are active in this fight. We further beg that all who know 
the way to the throne of grace pray that God will give us the victory 
in the coming battle. 

FIFTH: The situation in Tennessee demands the most careful 
and earnest thought of every patriotic citizen, and men must deter- 
mine their duty entirely apart from purely personal and political 
aflBliations. What can be done to destroy the reign of anarchy, and 
to restore the reign of law and decency in these cities of Tennessee? 
This is the paramount question. It is idle talk to declare that the re- 
peal of the State-wide prohibitory law will result in law observance. 
Men who will refuse to obey one law which they do not like, will re- 
pudiate and violate any other law when it gratifies appetite or covet- 
ousness or both. It is vital to the best interests of Tennessee that a 
Governor and a Legislature shall be elected which will vindicate the 
majority of the State in its law-making and law-enforcing power, and 
which will pass such laws as will terminate city nullification. Our 
Christian citizens in Tennessee must realize their duty and meet their 
responsibility to their families in the fear of God. 

SIXTH: We earnestly request and insist on the passage by Con- 
gress of such legislation as will prevent the shipment of intoxicants 
from wet territory into dry territory, contrary to the wishes of the 
people in dry territory, and we call upon our representatives in Con- 
gress to do all within their power to secure such legislation. We also 
favor the abolition of the system followed by the Internal Revenue 
Department of issuing internal revenue tax receipts in dry territory. 

SEVENTH: It is the sense of this body, that no intoxicating 
liquors should be sold at any of the Agricultural Fairs which are held 
in various sections of our territory. In addition to the usual objection 
of the saloon, there are numerous objections to it when joined to our 
Agricultural Fairs. These fairs are patronized by thousands of our 
young people, many of whom come from communities from which the 
saloon has been banished. There is great temptation to patronize the 
bar-room on holiday occasions when there is a spirit of frolic and 
hilarity abroad. 

We especially deplore the fact that the authorities of the Vir- 
ginia State Fair Association, notwithstanding numerous appeals and 
protests, have decided to take out license to sell intoxicating liquors on 
the fair grounds. The Directors of the Virginia State Fair Associa- 
tion are men of standing and influence in the State, and we deeply re- 
gret that they should give aid and comfort to the liquor traffic by this 
action. Many of these men would never take out a license to sell 
liquor for their own personal profit, but they are doing so in their 
representative capacity, and by so doing, whether they realize it or 
not, they are placing themselves in the category of liquor sellers and 
are responsible for the sale and for the results of the sale up to the 
limit of their individual votes as members of the Board of Directors. 

We know that this protest will be of no avail for this present 
year, but we hereby authorize the committee on temperance to appoint 
one preacher and one layman from this Conference to unite with the 
officers of the Anti-saloon League, and the representatives cf any 
other bodies which may be appointed to present their views on this 
question to the Board of Directors of the State Fair Association. 

EIGHTH : We urge the secular newspapers which circulate with- 
in our territory to banish from their columns advertisements of in- 
toxicating liquors, believing as we do that that the advertisement of 
liquors in the columns of newspapers indicates a friendly relation of 



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such newspapers to the traffic and makes them measurably responsible 
in the sight of God for the intoxicant liquor curse. 

NINTH: That we give faithful and diligent instruction to our 
people upon the questions of worldly amusement, gambling and 
divorce. Also that we give diligent heed to the instruction and admoni- 
tion of the General Conference concerning the use of tobacco by the 
ministry of our Church. 

TENTH: We rejoice in the success attending the work of J. D. 
McAlister, whom this Conference has given the Anti-saloon League 
work of the State of Virginia, and we pledge him our prayers and 
practical support in all his godly undertakings against the liquor 
traflSc. 



G. R. STUART, Secretary. 



J. E. NAFF, Chairman. 



CHURCH EXTENSION. 

We are glad to be able to record another year of progress in 
the work of church extension, which great work was inaugurated 
thirty years ago. In this time aid has been given to 8,394 churches,, 
or practically fifty per cent of the whole number; and to 2,177 par- 
sonages, or more than forty per cent of the total number owned by 
the church. This is an average of 280 churches per annum receiving 
aid from the General and Conference Boards, exclusive of the par- 
sonages aided. In the Holston Conference, there are 745 church 
buildings, 289 of which have church extension money in them. There 
are also 163 parsonages, 95 of them having received aid. But our 
work in Holston is not yet done, for we have 105 homeless congrega- 
tions and 47 pastoral charges without parsonages. 

This Board would call attention to the fact that a number of con- 
gregations that have received loans from the General Board, have 
not met their obligations promptly, and in some instances the loans 
are long overdue, The total loans outstanding in Holston Conference 
amount to almost $20,000.00, of which $8,544.61 is overdue. 

The following is a detailed list: 

Bramwell, W. Va.: Amount, $2,500.00; repaid, $1,003.39; unpaid, 
$1,496.61. All overdue. Interest paid to March 15, 1911. 

Chattanooga Church Extension and City Mission Society: Amount, 
$5,000.00; repaid, $1,250.00; unpaid, $3,750.00. Interest paid to July 
1, 1912. 

Highland Park, Chattanooga, Tenn.: Amount, $5,000.00. Nothing 
repaid. Interest paid to June 1, 1912. 

Crossville, Tenn.: Amount, $400.00; repaid, $2.00; unpaid, $398.00. 
All overdue. Interest paid to Feb. 1, 1911. 

King Memorial, East Chattanooga, Tenn.: Amount, $2,000.00; re- 
paid, $1,350.00; unpaid, $650.00. Interest paid to Oct. 1, 1912. 

Centenary, Knoxville, Tenn.: Amount, $5,000.00; nothing repaid; 
unpaid, $5,000.00. All overdue (since June 1, 1909). Interest paid 
to December 1, 1911. 

Epworth, Knoxville, Tenn.: Amount, $2,000.00; nothing repaid; 
unpaid, $2,000.00; overdue, $1,250.00. Interest paid to March 1, 1912. 



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Northfork, W. Va.: Amount, $1,000.00; repaid, $275.00; unpaid, 
$725.00; overdue, $250.00. Interest paid to October 1, 1911. 

Pineville, W. Va.: Amount, $400.00; repaid, $50.00; unpaid, $350.- 
00; overdue, $150.00. Interest paid to January 1, 1911. 

We would urge upon these delinquent congregations the urgent 
necessity of the prompt payment of these loans, for in failing to do 
so they stand in the way of other enterprises. We would call especial 
attention to the case of Centenary Church, Knoxville. The entire 
loan of $5,000.00 to this church has been overdue since June 1, 1909. 

We request the presiding elders to be cautious about obligating 
this Board to those who have building enterprises. These promises 
sometimes result in embarrassment to the Board and to the enter- 
prise. 

Our Conference Loan Fund now amounts to $1,540.70. Of this 
amount $1,040.00 is now available and has been loaned as follows: 

Church and Charge. District Ami. 

Grundy— Grundy Tazewell $ 500 

Clintwood — Clintwood Big Stone Gap 200 

St. Charles — St. Charles Big stone Gap 100 

Coeburn — Coeburn Big Stone Gap 140 

Chuckey — Limestone Morristown 100 

The following appropriations have been made: 

Pineville — Pineville Bluefield 200 

Premier — Premier Bluefield 200 

Grundy — Grundy Tazewell 500 

Green Valley — Burk's Garden Tazewell 100 

Boissevain — Pocahontas Tazewell 150 

Cleveland — Castlewood Tazewell 125 

Long View — Blue Ridge Radford 100 

Bethel — Max Meadows Wytheville 50 

Mt. Carmel — Grant Wytheville 50 

Sulphur Springs — Virginia Ave Abingdon 100 

St. Charles— St. Charles Big Stone Gap 200 

Clintwood — Clintwood Big Stone Gap 100 

Coeburn — Coeburn Big Stone Gap 200 

Chuckey — Limestone Morristown 150 

Washington Pike — Wash. Pike Knoxville 150 

Taylor's Chapel — Crossville Harriman 25 

Swofford's Chapel — Stony Point Harriman 100 

Mt. Pleasant — Lookout Mt Chattanooga 100 

Main St. — City Missions Chattanooga 200 

King Memorial — King Memorial Chattanooga 150 

Ceres Parsonage — Ceres Wytheville 25 



$2,975 

The assessment made by the General Board is $8,957,00, the same 
as last year, and is apportioned as follows: 

District. Amount. 

Bluefield $750 

Tazewell 832 

Radford 750 

Wytheville 850 

Abingdon 850 

Big Stone Gap 850 

Morristown 850 



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Knoxville 1400 

Harriman 425 

Chattanooga 1400 

S. B. VAUGHT, President. 
WALTER HODGE, Secretary. 

treasurer's report 

Debit. 

1911 

Oct. 10, to Amt. on hand for E. & H. Chapel $1000 00 

To Balance on hand 204 48 

To Amt. from Districts 6583 29 

1912 
Oct. 2, Interest 40 00 

$7827 77 
Credit. 

1911 

Oct. 10, by R. P. Purse, Teller $ 7 50 

By Amt. Paid Walter Hodge 4 18 

By E. H. Cassidy for Dist. Parsonage 500 00 

By Postage and Stationery for Treas 3 00 

Oct. 14, by Sullins, Price, Richardson, Langford. . 100 00 

By W. F. McMurry, Cor. Secy 3289 14 

Oct. 20, by W. F. McMurry 2 50 

Nov. 1, by Walter Hodge for Stationery 6 50 

Nov. 15, by W. B. Sullins, for Hort Chapel Knox'v. 100 00 

By J. V. Hall for Mtn. View, W. Va 75 00 

By G. T. Jordan for Ceres Parsonage, W. Va 75 00 

By Printing Stationery for Treas 2 94 

By J. Milton Browne for Highland Park, Chatt 235 00 

By J. M. Walker for Chuckey, M 150 00 

1912 

Jan. 6, by F. R. Snavely for Pound, B. S. G 75 00 

By J. W. Bruce for Paperville, Abg 100 00 

Jan. 9, by W. F. McMurry for Rockwood, Har 124 00 

Jan. 29, by G. M. Moreland for Etowah, Knox 160 00 

Jan. 29, by G. A. Maiden, Mountain View, W 100 00 

Feb. 7, by W. B. McCowan for McCowan, Tazewell 150 00 

By J. S. Henley for Bloomingdale, B. S. G 60 00 

Feb. 26, by J. H. Wagner for Appalachia, B. S. G.. 500 00 

April 15, by S. B. Vaught, Exp. to Rural Retreat 3 50 

April 15, by Sam'l. Smith for McFerrin, M 75 00 

April 15, by W. McSpadden for Mt. Oliver, Abg,. . 75 00 

By W. Hodge Exp. to Rural Retreat 4 70 

By E, F. Kahle Exp. to Rural Retreat 1 80 

May 3, by R. B. Piatt for Epworth, K 100 00 

By W. L. Patton for Lay Memorial, M 100 00 

Sept. 7, by W. H. Troy for Bethel, W 90 00 

Oct. 7, Balance on hand 548 01 

Balance for E. & H. Chapel 1000 00 

$7827 77 

Oct. 7th, 1912. Assessed Paid About 

Abingdon District $ 850 00 $ 673 00 80% 

Big Stone Gap District 850 00 772 00 90% 

Bluefield District 750 00 750 00 100% 



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Chattanooga District 1400 00 988 00 10% 

Harriman District 425 00 222 00 50% 

Knoxville District 1400 00 1081 00 74% 

Morristown District 850 00 486 00 58% 

Tazewell District 832 00 551 00 66% 

Radford District 750 00 521 00 70% 

Wytheville District 850 00 611 00 71% 



$8957 00 $6619 02 
E. F. KAHLE, Treas. 



SPIRITUAL STATE OF THE CHURCH. 

We, your Committee, recognize the fact that all the interests 
of the church are vital and important, but we feel that all else, no 
matter how important, is only secondary and not to be considered 
equal in importance to the spirituality of the church. Nothing can 
be substituted for, or take the place of vital godliness. All our 
preaching, and whatever else we may do, will fail at last to accom- 
plish any great results, unless it be attended by the Holy Ghost. 

The reports from the presiding elders show that ten thousand peo- 
ple have made profession of conversion, and nearly seven thousand 
have been added to the church. We rejoice in this success, but feel sad 
when we remember that there has been a falling off from last year. 
It seems to us that more might have been done, if a more persistent 
effort had been put forth. 

A very great work is before us as a church; thousands of unsaved 
souls are all around us, hungry for the bread of life. Every minister 
and every member should feel personally responsible to the full ex- 
tent of his ability to bring souls to Christ. We feel that this is a 
strenuous and critical age for our young people; the social side of life 
is dangerous; much that is called social and harmless is to be carefully 
avoided, and we warn all our people to shun the appearance of evil. 
Let us observe the injunction of the great Apostle Paul, "If meat 
make my brother to offend, I will eat no meat while the world stand- 
eth;" watch carefully those things of doubtful propriety. 

We insist that all our people, when possible, attend church ser- 
vice and wait on God in all the appointed means of grace; we especial- 
ly urge our people to go back to the class-meeting, or love-feast meet- 
ing, and let the world know our experience if we have any, and if not, 
seek until we have a sound Christian experience. 

We feel that we cannot sufficiently emphasize the importance of 
family religion. We want to see a return of the old system of family 
prayer, fasting, and faithful, prayerful study of the Scriptures, togeth- 
er with much reading of our standard books and periodicals, so that we 
may have intelligent, consecrated Christian homes, where our children 
will be baptized and brought up in the nurture and admonition of the 
Lord. 

D. H. CARR, Ch'm'n. 

J. F. BARNETT, Sec. 



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"H" 

SUNDAY SCHOOL BOARD. 

In this new era of religious activities, it is quite within the bounds 
of sober truth to say that in its possibilities the Sunday School is 
mightiest among the mighty organized forces evoked through Christ- 
ly compassion for the salvation of mankind from sin. The smile of 
incredulity here is the mark of stupidity and scornful repudiation — 
the sign of pride that goeth before a fall. Surely it is time to wake 
out of sleep, when men of vision assert that through the Sunday School 
come ninety-five per cent, of the preachers; that it is "the seed from 
which develops seventy-five per cent, of the churches; that it yields 
eighty-five per cent, of the converts, and ninety-five per cent, of all 
Christian workers." And still more marvelous the statement that 
these "enormous returns are yielded from an investment of less than 
ten per cent, of the pastor's and parent's time." Or in other words, 
ninety per cent, of returns from ten per cent, of investment. These 
assertions stand until disproved by painstaking investigation of men 
of like intelligence, piety and diligence. 

Some problems are soonest solved by the process of elimination. 
A realization of the value of the Sunday School as auxiliary to the 
ministry of our 6,700 effective preachers may be best enforced by 
assuming that for the ensuing Conference year, the 16,276 schools of 
Southern Methodism will be disbanded; that 128,094 officers and teach- 
ers will cease to instruct and discipline 1,372,371 scholars in things 
pertaining to the kingdom of God. Would not those heroic enough to 
accept appointment to pastoral work go feeling that the right arm 
of their efficiency had been paralyzed? In the face of so appalling an 
event will we not frankly confess that our 780 Holston recruiting sta- 
tions where their corps of 5,586 self-sacrificing officers and teachers 
are drilling 68,341 cadets for the service of Christ have not received 
the consideration they justly deserve? Before this suggestion is re- 
sented let it be remembered that last year 126 pastors reported no ob- 
servance of Children's Day in a single school of their 126 charges — 
representing approximately 325 schools and 20,000 members. Do 
you wonder that the collection reported to our Treasurer was only 
$435.50 for the entire Conference? We may well doubt the loyalty 
of our future church membership when there is such wholesale viola- 
tion of a law that is precisely as binding as that providing for a mis- 
sionary or any other collection; and when our young people are denied 
privileges expressly guaranteed them in the Discipline of their Church. 
The Master's, "Take heed that ye despise not one of these little ones 
which believe in me," cannot be disregarded without incurring the 
penalty of his righteous indignation. In behalf of God's needy chil- 
dren, both in home and foreign mission fields, your Board would ex- 
press its grateful appreciation of the fidelity of those who have this 
year secured to their young people the advantages of Children's Day 
exercises and to the Board means for promoting Sunday School work 
at home and abroad. We are glad to report an advance of $183.70 
in this fund over receipts of last year. 

The seemingly spontaneous growth of Sunday School interest in 
our Conference as elsewhere is marvelous in the eyes of all thought- 
ful observers. Prejudice gives place to the conviction that a divine 
power is behind it and before us a great and glorious manifestation 
of redemptive grace ready to be revealed to all who love our Lord 
Jesus Christ, and who look for his appearing. The whiteness of the 
harvest is a mute but eloquent call for laborers. And while justly 
solicitous for fields afar let us not forget to pray the Lord of the 
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our obligations to gratitude in the fact that the total Sunday School 
enrollment in Holston Conference — 73,927 — is 3,911 in excess of our 
church members. 

If we are to command the respect and secure the attention of our 
young people, who are being educated under modern methods by 
teachers rigidly trained in normal schools of the highest character, we 
positively must insist upon a higher standard in our Sunday School 
teaching force. Devoutly thanking God for the faithful men and 
women who conscientiously prepare to instruct their classes from 
Sunday to Sunday, what preacher among us equally conscientious has 
not blushed over the flippancy, the rank incompetency, the gross ig- 
norance of many others who, pretending to lead and to teach, need 
themselves "to be taught not only what be the first principles of the 
doctrine of Christ," but of the most superficial truths of the word of 
God as well ? What sympathetic heart has not ached again and again 
at seeing trustful childhood committed to the care of these blind 
guides? Is it not so like betrayal of Jesus himself as to extort the 
inquiry, "Lord, is it I?" Upon whom does the awful responsibility 
rest? 

When we consider the rich resources and abundant opportunities 
that are ours — the fitness of our lesson helps; the special courses for 
graded and organized classes; the Teacher Training Department; 
equipment down to the least detail in the department of supplies; 
with experts eager to respond to every call for information in their re- 
spective spheres and, crowning all, the assurance that our God is 
more willing to bestow the Holy Spirit upon them that ask Him than 
parents are to give good gifts unto their Children — when all this and 
more, is considered, may not the best of us say, Lord, it is I! 

We beg our brethren of the ministry to so familiarize themselves 
vnih. new developments in Sunday School organization equipment, 
courses of study, management and instruction as will bring them into 
sympathetic touch with their true yoke fellows in the gospel of Christ 
and so establish their claims to leadership in this arm of service, that 
reckless inefficiency of officers and teachers will soon become only a 
painful memory. 

It gives us pleasure to say, that our Board is awake to the im- 
portance of advance movements, and that plans of campaign have 
been discussed and adopted. We bespeak your brotherly assistance 
in bringing them to successful issue. We hope to report next fall that 
conventions and institutes have been held in every district so that 
every pastoral charge from Trenton, Georgia, to Williamson, West 
Virginia, may be reached. 

We most heartily commend the editorial work of Dr. Chappell, 
the Bible Study Circles under the supervision of Dr. Hamill and the 
organized class movement which has had phenomenal development 
under the direction of Dr. Bulla. So manifold are the expressions 
of present day Sunday School life that detailed reference is impossi- 
ble and we can only urge that our people get into communication with 
our general officers at Nashville, whose business and pleasure it is to 
furnish needed information on any line of inquiry looking to the bet- 
terment of our schools from the least to the greatest. Both Dr. 
Chappell and our Board earnestly request that good results following 
aid given by the Board to needy schools be reported for publication 
for the encouragement of contributors to our Children's Day Fund. 

JAMES A. LYONS, Ch'm'n. 



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treasurer's report 

Receipts. 

F. A. Carter, Treasurer .- $528 97 

Interest on Deposit 6 00 

Children's Day Collection 619 20 



$1154 17 
Disbursements. 

Paid Smith & Lamar, Agents, for literature and 

supplies $147 84 

Sundry incidental expenses in administering the 

work of the Board during the year 122 51 

Paid D. M. Smith, treasurer, 10% General Sunday 

School Board 61 92 

Paid D. M. Smith, treasurer, 30% for Religious 

Pedagogy 185 76 

Total disbursements 518 03 



Balance on hand $636 16 

S. S. BOYER, Treasurer. 
Oct. 5, 1912. 



SABBATH OBSERVANCE. 

The commandments of God are in as much force today as in the 
time of Moses. When God said "Remember the Sabbath Day to Keep 
it Holy," and "Six days shalt thou labor and do all thy work," He 
expressed the peculiar need of both himself and man. He desires to 
thereby secure for himself the worship and adoration due from his 
people and to give us the better opportunity to render it; and also to 
rest from toil and regain lost energy. 

We greatly deplore the fact that in this age of bustle, hurry and 
materialism, if not, in fact, Mammon-worship, that the sacredness and 
holiness of this day is very largely forgotten. God's claims and men's 
rights have been sacrificed to the business interests of soulless corpor- 
ations, until this day seems but little more holy in many places than 
other days. 

Men and women, many of whom have been better taught, follow in 
the wake of such corporations, and either for business or pleasure, 
take their share of this particular sin. This day is much used for 
business. Merchants sell goods, livery stables have great runs, 
garages are empty of autos, street-cars race out cars loaded to 
their limit, railroad trains do their usual work, not to say special 
work, excursions are run with special inducements to travel — all 
on God's holy day. 

Many people, in the church as well as out, use this as a special 
day for friendly visitation. Others, on pleasure bent, take this day 
to satisfy their desires, while their pastors preach to half -filled pews, 
and Sunday-schools are despoiled of scholars, and ("tell it not in 
Gath"), sometimes of officers and teachers. These join hands with 
the world and the devil in robbing God of His worship, and breaking 
his commandments. 



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What shall be done? Shall we not raise the voice of protest? 
Shall we not consider? Shall we not hearken to the voice of God? 
Can we hope for God to bless us as a people, a nation, a church, while 
many of us live in constant violation of his holy commandments ? 

We declare that this is one of the appalling sins of the age; that 
the consciences of the people are not awakened to the enormity of it; 
that public opinion has greatly weakened concerning it; that our 
laws are either inadequate to meet our needs, or else the executive 
hand is too weak to enforce what we have. In view of the above facts, 
and others that might have been brought forth, we offer the following 
resolutions : 

1st. That we, as preachers and laymen refuse to encourage this 
desecration, either of a corporate or private nature, by withholding 
patronage on the Lord's Day. 

2nd. That we endeavor to arouse public sentiment among our 
people by preaching on the fourth commandment, and every other 
possible means. 



J. A. L. PERKINS, Sec. 



C. W. DEAN, Ch'm'n. 



BOOKS AND PERIODICALS. 

It is a source of great gratification to our Methodism that our 
own books and periodicals compare favorably with those of the inde- 
pendent and denominational publishing houses throughout the coun- 
try. The range of religious and theological literature, important alike 
to both pastor and layman, is ample and complete, and is done in the 
very best style of the printer's art. 

Signal success attends the increasing prosperity of our Publish- 
ing House at Nashville, Tenn., with branch houses in Dallas, Texas, 
and Richmond, Va. The effort that our agents are making to extend 
the sale of good books by placing them on sale at our Annual Con- 
ferences is to be heartily commended. We would call attention to the 
fact that they have excellent facilities for procuring any book in 
print, and many out of print, and we urge our people to give the Pub- 
lishing House the benefit of all our orders. 

The Holston Conference is fortunate in having within its bounds 
a man like Dr. R. N. Price, with a genius for history and biography, 
gathering up rich materials which otherwise would have perished. 
He has given permanent setting to the lives and labors of those who 
have wrought among us. We bespeak the hearty confidence and co- 
operation of our pastors and people in rendering every possible assist- 
ance in giving the history of Holston Methodism the widest possible 
circulation. We congratulate Dr. Price in bringing so near to com- 
pletion the monumental work of his history of the achievements of the 
heroes and heroines of Holston. 

The Methodism Review deserves unqualified commendation as a 
periodical inferior to none, and superior to many published in this 
country and abroad. No man, who desires to keep step with the march 
of the century can afford to be without it. It is specially gratifying 
to note that it has been placed on a self-supporting basis. Dr. Gross 
Alexander knows what the times demand, and knows how to meet the 
issues of the age as they are seen and solved by the brightest minds 
and bravest hearts of the thinking world. 



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What has been said of the Review may with equal propriety, be 
said of the Christian Advocate under the editorship of Dr. Ivey, It 
deserves a much wider circulation among our laymen. Every reason- 
able effort to place it among our people is urged upon our pastors. 
The Missionary Voice and Epworth Era should receive their earnest 
attention and active interest. 

We commend the editorial work done on the Midland Methodist 
by Rev. T. C. Schuler as sane and practical, morally healthful, render- 
ing valuable services to the general interests of our Conference. We 
would respectfully urge those upon whom the responsibility devolves, 
to give us more and fresher news from Holston. Those who con- 
template placing the Midland Methodist in every home in their re- 
spective charges are requested to confer with the publisher for special 
club prices, which will be cheerfully attended to. We recommend for 
the publication committee on the Midland Methodist, M. P. Carico, 
J. A. Burrow and Creed F. Bates to confer with like committees from 
the Tennessee and Memphis Conferences upon such matters as may 
come before them. 

Our ably edited Sunday School literature is a credit to our great 
Church, and richly deserves to be placed in every Sunday School 
throughout our entire connection, and should have no recognized com- 
petitors. We would call special attention to the graded courses of 
lessons published by our House, and we urge that, wherever practic- 
able, they should be speedily introduced. 

Our people will be delighted and strengthened in reading the 
books, "The Recollections of an Old Man," by Dr. Sullins; "From 
Sunrise to Sunset," by Dr. Richardson; "Lectures to School Girls," 
by Dr. Neighbors; and "Character and Characters," by R. T. Mc- 
Dowell. 

We deplore the amount of light and trashy literature that is being 
widely circulated and read by our young people, as well as the older 
ones. The religious press and pulpit should speak out in no uncer- 
tain tones against that class of obnoxious and enervating books and 
periodicals which is flooding the country. 

L. W. PIERCE, Ch'm'n. 

M. P. CARICO, Sec. 



"K" 

BOARD OF EDUCATION. 

Report No. 2. 

Be it resolved by the Holston Conference of the Methodist Epis- 
copal Church, South, in annual meeting assembled at Abingdon, Vir- 
ginia, this the 7th day of October, 1912, that the amendment to the 
charter of Martha Washington College adopted by the Board of Trus- 
tees of said college, at its annual meeting on the 29th day of May, 1912, 
be and the same is hereby ratified and approved by this Conference, 
the said amended charter being as follows: 

1. Be it enacted and declared, that Geo. E. Penn, L. T. Cosby, M. 
H. Honaker, Geo. A. Maiden, T. S. Hamilton, W. H. Aston, R. G. 
Waterhouse, E. H. Copenhaver, J. W. Wright, S. D. Long, J. A. Mar- 
tin, J. B. Ward, Alexander Stuart, Creed F. Bates, S. M. Bernard, G. 
F. Mellen, T. J. Eskridge, E. H. Cassidy, J. A. Burrow, E. E. Wiley, 
I. P. Martin, J. W. Perry, R. K. Sutherland, C. C. Weaver, and their 
successors, be and they are hereby constituted a body politic and cor- 



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porate, under the name and style of the Trustees of Martha Wash- 
ington College; and by that name shall have perpetual succession and 
a common seal, and may sue and be sued, plead and be impleaded, 
in any court of law or equity; and shall be capable, in law, to receive, 
hold and dispose of real and personal property, to carry out the pur- 
poses of their incorporation. 

2. The eight first named trustees above shall hold office for two 
years from the annual meeting of the Board of Trustees in the year 
1913, the eight second named trustees shall hold office for four years 
from said date, and the eight third named trustees shall hold office 
for six years from said date, and until their successors are elected or 
appointed, respectively; and every two years thereafter, at the annual 
meeting, eight trustees shall be elected or appointed in the following 
manner: They shall be nominated by the Board of Trustees for a term 
of six years, and confirmed by the Board of Education of the Holston 
Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, to take the 
place of the trustees whose terms expire. Any member of said Board 
of Trustees is eligible to re-election indefinitely. 

In case said Board of Education refuses to confirm a nomination, 
the Board of Trustees shall nominate another. In case the Board of 
Trustees fails to nominate, or the Board of Education fails or refuses 
to confirm a nomination on or before the 4th day of the ensuing annual 
meeting of the Holston Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church, 
South, a vacancy exists; which vacancy shall be filled by appointment 
by the Bishop having in charge the Holston Annual Conference at that 
time. Any vacancy, or vacancies, in said Board of Trustees occasioned 
by death, resignation, removal or other disability, shall be supplied 
for the unexpired term in the same manner as provided in this sec- 
tion for the election or appointment of a trustee. 

3. The said trustees shall have power to appoint a faculty for 
said College, consisting of a president, professors and teachers; to 
fill any vacancy which may occur; to remove and suspend the president, 
professors and teachers; and to fix their salaries. The said faculty 
may, with the advice and consent of the trustees, establish and regu- 
late the course and mode of education and instruction to be pursued 
in said College; and to adopt and enforce such rules and regulations, 
not inconsistent with the laws of this State, of the United States, or 
of the College, as may be deemed expedient for the good government 
of the institution. Said trustees shall also have power to appoint a 
treasurer, secretary and such other officers as they may deem proper. 

4. Seven of the trustees shall constitute a board for the trans- 
action of business, except when a new member of the Board of Trus- 
tees is to be nominated, or a president, or a professov of the college is 
to be elected, then eleven of the said board shall constitute a quorum; 
and should there be less than a quorum at any meeting, those present 
shall have the power to adjourn, from time to time, until a quorum 
can be had. 

5. The Treasurer shall receive all moneys accruing to the col- 
lege and property delivered to his care, and shall pay over or deliver 
the same to the order of the Board. Before entering upon his duties, 
he shall give bond in such penalty and with such security as the 
Board may direct and approve, made payable to the trustees of said 
College conditioned for the faithful performance of his duties and of 
accounting for and paying over all moneys and property which shall 
come to his hands; and it shall be lawful for the trustees to ob- 
tain a judgment or judgments for the amount thereof, or for any 
delinquency incurred by said treasurer, on motion, in the Circuit Court 
of Washington county, against the treasurer and his securities, his or 



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their personal representatives, upon giving thirty days previous notice 
of such motion. 

6. The said trustees shall have power, by themselves or their 
agents, to take and receive subscriptions for the said College, and to 
enforce payment thereof, either by warrant before a justice, or motion 
in any court of record in this State having jurisdiction, according 
to the amount claimed, upon giving ten days notice of such motion. 

7. The Board of Trustees shall annually elect a President of their 
body, who shall preside in their meetings, and in case of his absence, 
a president, pro tempore, shall be chosen from the trustees present, 
who -shall preside at the meeting; they shall also elect a secretary, 
who shall keep a full and perfect record of the proceedings of the 
board, in a well-bound book, and carefully preserve the same, to be 
deposited among the archives of the institution. 

8. Any three members of the Board of Trustees, the president of 
the College, or a majority of the faculty, shall have power to call a 
special meeting of the trustees, when they may deem it expedient. 

9. There shall be a stated annual meeting of the Board of Trus- 
tees during the final exercises of said College. 

10. The Board of Trustees shall have power to form and enact 
by-laws for the College. They shall have power for good cause to re- 
move any member of their own body, and if any member shall fail to 
attend three successive annual meetings of the Board of Trustees, af- 
ter being duly notified of such meetings, the board may declare his seat 
vacant, and the vacancy for the unexpired term shall be supplied by 
election or appointment, in the manner prescribed by section two of 
this act. 

11. The Board of Trustees, in connection with the faculty of the 
College, shall have power to confer such diplomas, certificates of 
scholarship, and literary titles as they may think best calculated to 
promote the cause of female education. 

12. The act passed February ninth, eighteen hundred and sixty- 
seven, entitled an act to re-enact and amend an act to incorporate 
Martha Washington College, is hereby repealed. 

13. This act shall be in force from and after the date on which 
the certificate hereto attached is lodged for recordation in the office 
of the Secretary of the Commonwealth. 

TREASURER'S REPORT 1911-'12. 



DISTRICTS 



Bluefield 

Tazewell 

Radford 

Wytheville . . . 
Big Stone Gap 
Abingdon . . . . 
Morristown . . 
Knoxville . . . . 
Chattanooga . . 
Harriman . . . . 

Total 

Deficit 



Education 



Assessed 



$450 
515 
615 
745 
455 
635 
620 
845 
845 
275 

$6000 



Paid 



$450 

342 
348 
488 
455 
549 
364 
652 
651 
158 

$4458 

$1591 



Educational Ass. 



Assessed 



Paid 



$250 

281 
291 
390 
260 
365 
330 
440 
440 
170 

$3217 



$250 
145 
118 
238 
260 
282 
118 
304 
253 
83 

$2051 



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Districts paying 100 per cent of assessment — Big Stone Gap and 
Bluefield. 

Total assessment $9217 00 

Total receipts from all sources $6509 78 

Remaining in Treasury from last year 87 19 



$6596 97 



Disbursements. 

Paid Parent Board $2051 76 

Paid tuition ministerial students 2150 00 

For sustentation Emory & Henry College 1395 21 

For professorship Hiwassee College 750 00 

Remaining in bank for expenses of Board 250 00 



Total $6596 97 

Additional reports received from the Big Stone Gap District for 
year 1910-'ll were applied as follows: 

For expenses Conference Board $98 00 

Paid Parent Board 62 00 

Total $160 00 

J. L. MULLENS, Treas. 

Report No. 3. 

Having looked diligently into the affairs of the educational insti- 
tutions within our jurisdiction, we are gratified to report that the past 
year has been one of very general prosperity and progress in the work 
of Christian Education within our bounds. 

Hiwassee College, under the presidency of Dr. Eugene Blake, is 
moving steadily forward to more efficient work in its own peculiar field. 
The new "Girls' Building" now in process of construction, will greatly 
add to the material comfort and convenience of the school when fin- 
ished. 

The new building at Martha Washington College is now complet- 
ed and filled with girls, and this marks a forward step in the history 
of this institution. Martha Washington now complies with all the re- 
quirements of the Discipline, and to that end asks the Conference to 
ratify certain changes in her charter, as indicated in a paper sub- 
mitted in report No. 1. 

Sullins College, under the presidency of Dr. Neighbors, is enjoy- 
ing a large patronage and an era of material prosperity. Several 
thousand dollars of the old debt has been cancelled, and just as soon 
as the title papers can be perfected the college will comply with the 
disciplinary requirements and become in fee simple the property of the 
Conference. 

Centenary College, now under the presidency of Rev. Barney 
Thompson, reports a fine opening. The Board of Trustees has passed 
by-laws which will complete the transfer of the control of the col- 
lege to the Holston Conference. The division of the Board into three 
sections will be made at their next annual meeting, after which the 
Conference will be asked to confirm said election. 

We are greatly rejoiced to know that the present enrollment of 



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students at Emory & Henry College is the largest in the history of 
this much venerated institution. With an enlarged faculty, and the 
auspicious promise of a new central building, we believe that Emory 
& Henry is now at the dawn of a new and brighter day in our educa- 
tional work. 

We recommend to the General Board of Education that Hiwassee 
be classed as a Junior College; and that Martha Washington and 
Emory & Henry be placed in Class "A." 

We ask the appointment of Rev. A. S. Thorn as professor of Con- 
cord State Normal, Athens, West Virginia; Rev. Roby K. Sutherland to 
be Financial Agent of Emory & Henry College; Rev. J. E. Naff to be 
Field Agent of Martha Washington College; L. L. H. Carlock Vice- 
President of Sullins College. 

In pursuance of the recommendation of the General Board, we 
have provided for the sending of a representative to the Conference 
of Educational Secretaries to be held in Dallas, Texas, next May. 

The following resolution was passed by our Board: 

Resolved, That in the future this Conference Board will observe 
the same principles and require the same conditions in giving rec- 
ognition and aid to institutions under our care which the General 
Board observes and requires in giving recognition and aid. 

We ask pastors and presiding elders to give opportunity to young 
men to offer themselves for the ministry; and that when thus offered, 
to furnish their names and addresses to the Department of Minis- 
terial Supply for guidance and help in the work of preparation. 

The following statistical report from our schools is submitted: 



SCHOOLS Students Teachers Proplrty^ 


Endow- 
ment 


Emory & Henry | 206 

Martha Washington 1 150 

Sullins 257 

Centenary 140 

Hiwassee j 137 


12 $150,000 
20 125,000 
17 130,000 
20 125,000 

7 25,000 


$10,000 
8,000 



The combined Educational assessment for the ensuing year is as 
follows : 

Bluefield District $ 700 

Tazewell District 798 

Radford District 906 

Wytheville District 1135 

Abingdon District 995 

Big Stone Gap District 715 

Morristown District 950 

Knoxville District 1285 

Chattanooga District 1285 

Harriman District 445 

I. P. MARTIN, Chairman. 



"L" 

BOARD OF MISSIONS. 



The General Board of Missions reports a most successful year. 
"Without hindering the progress of the work on the fields, nearly half 
of the accumulated indebtedness of $200,000 has been paid. This is 
cause for great rejoicing. 



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The campaign made through our Conference by the Board Sec- 
retaries from Nashville was well planned and successfully carried out. 
We trust we may have them with us again. 

The union of all the missionary boards effected by the last Gen- 
eral Conference has proved advantageous. Gradually the local 
Woman's Home and Foreign Societies are being united. 

Our mid-year meeting, held at Athens, Tennessee, was well at- 
tended. The plan of having present the representatives of the 
Woman's Missionary Conference, the Sunday School Board and the 
Epworth League Conference was attended with beneficial results. 

The Conference of presiding elders and lay leaders, after mature 
deliberation reached the conclusion that in order to cover all the un- 
occupied territory in our Conference, we should have fifty more 
preachers and $20,000 per year. In the three principal mountain 
districts there are 240,000 people, exclusive of children under ten 
years of age, who are not members of any church and many of them 
do not have any church privileges whatever. This is three and a half 
times as many non-church members in three districts as we have 
members of the church in the ten districts of the Conference. The 
proportion of non-church members is not so large in the seven other 
districts, but is entirely too large. If we are unable to cope with out 
own native population, what shall we do when the oncoming tides of 
Southern Europe sweep over us as they have already swept over and 
engulfed New York and the states contiguous to this one great port 
of entry, changing entirely the religious status, putting the control 
of these states practically in the hands of the Catholics. It is time 
we were hearing the call of our presiding elders for this forward 
movement into these unoccupied fields. 

Your Board has earnestly sought some plan that would secure the 
hearty co-operation of leaders and people to answer the call for the 
needed funds. We believe a start has been made by one Board of 
Church Extension and City Missions, and one ortwo strong churches 
in providing funds for mission charges. Last year $900.00 was thus 
provided and $1250.00 have been pledged for the coming year. When 
this movement becomes general it is entirely possible for it to pro- 
vide a fund equal to our present Conference Mission fund. 

We regret to report a deficit of $4,000, about equally divided be- 
tween Foreign and Home and Conference Mission assessments. The 
amounts raised are less than last year. We would remind you that 
the assessments in full are all too meager a support for our enter- 
prises. Allow us to call attention to the paragraph of the discipline 
requiring the preacher, with the assistance of the Missionary commit- 
tee, to secure the benevolent assessments. This is not the duty of the 
Board of Stewards. The Budget plan of combining the current ex- 
penses and benevolent assessments is not in accordance with the law, 
nor is it, in our opinion, even a good method. The "Financial Plan 
for Methodists" is in accord with the law and, if vigorously pushed 
with the duplex envelopes, will develop systematic and proportionate 
giving, and secure the assessments in full. The Budget Plan does not 
include an educational feature; the Financial Plan cannot be operated 
without an adequate educational campaign. 

We recommend Rev. J. A. Baylor to the Bishop for appointment 
as Evangelistic Secretary, Rev. P. L. Cobb as Conference Missionary 
Secretary, and Rev. J. T. Frazier as Conference Missionary Evangelist. 

The apportionments made to our Conference for Foreign Missions 
is $13,300; for Home Missions, $4,300; and this Board asks for $14,024 
for Conference Missions. These amounts are the same as last year. 



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77 



We have apportioned these amounts to the districts, as follows, 
(which is the same as last year) : 

ASSESSMENTS 

Home and 

Conference Foreign 

Radford District . . . .' $1853 $1346 

Bluefield District 1390 1009 

Tazewell District 1622 1178 

Wytheville District 2259 1641 

Abingdon District 1912 1387 

Big Stone Gap District 1449 1050 

Morristown District 1814 1315 

Knoxville District 2491 1809 

Chattanooga District 2491 1809 

Harriman District 1043 756 



$18,324 



$13,300 



Our Board has had under its care seventy-three mission charges 
this year. A number of these have become self-supporting or have 
been re-arranged. We mention the encouraging fact that Greeneville 
sent a representative to thank the Board for the help rendered, and to 
say that in the future the charge would be self-supporting. We have 
assumed the care this year of seventy-one (71) charges and have ap- 
propriated to them the following amounts: 



Athens Circuit $ 75 

Af ton 125 

Aetna .' 85 

Berwind 100 

Blue Ridge 100 

Brookside 150 

Benham's 100 

Cleveland Circuit 240 

Coalwood & Premier 100 

Chattaroy 125 

Coveton 200 

Clintwood 200 

Crossville 100 

Coal Creek 100 

Carlock 50 

Concord Circuit 75 

Church St. Mission 100 

Ducktown 100 

Dante 150 

Draper 50 

Del Rio 150 

Dunlap 50 

Dayton Circuit 150 

Dickenson County 200 

Etowah (conditional) .... 150 

Emerald Ave 75 

East River Circuit 50 

Floyd 50 

Fries 250 

Fall Branch 100 

Ft. Blackmore 100 



Jonesboro 200 

Johnson City 100 

Knoxville Circuit 50 

Knox Creek 150 

Keokee 75 

Little River Circuit 75 

Lincoln Park 75 

LaFollette 150 

Luttrell 50 

MuUins 100 

Maxwell 50 

Mountain City 150 

North Fork 100 

New Hope 50 

Northern Mission 75 

Pageton 100 

Pond Creek 150 

Pineville 150 

Parrottsville 50 

Rogersville 125 

Ridgedale 100 

Rossville 175 

Rising Fawn 100 

Robertsville Circuit 100 

Rockwood 150 

Stonega 100 

Sugar Grove 200 

St. Charles 200 

Sequatchie 100 

Tazewell, Tenn 100 

Virginia Ave., Bristol 175 



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Virginia Ave., Knoxville . . 75 

Whitewood 200 

Expenses of Board 600 

Salary Pres. H. College.. 1200 
Salary, rent and expenses 
Italian Mission 1500 



Grundy 250 

Hillsville 150 

Hylton Mission 75 

Hubbard Springs 50 

Hixon 100 

Harriman Circuit 100 

Jamestown 100 

We are grateful to our heavenly Father for the presence at the 
Conference of our beloved and esteemed treasurer, J. Milton Browne, 
whose example is worthy of imitation by the busy laymen of our 
Church. During the busiest years of his strenuous life, he has never 
been too busy to attend the meetings of the Board and to do his share, 
often more than his share of the Board's work. Our prayer is con- 
stant for his complete recovery. He requests us to ask the Con- 
ference to excuse him from making a detailed report at this time. 
He will have it ready for the Annual. He reports the Bluefield and 
Big Stone Gap districts paid in full on all benevolences. 

P. L. COBB, Sec. 

TREASURER'S REPORT, CONFERENCE YEAR 1911-1912. 

FOREIGN. 
Receipts. 
Special from Cleveland Station for Native helper, 



Station, Scholarship, 



60 00 
25 00 



Chang Chow, China 

Special from Cleveland 

Huchow, China 

Special from Damascus Ct. for Korea Tuition John 

Pak, Anglo-Korean School 25 00 

Special from Hylton Mission for Orphan's Hos- 
pital, Korea 15 00 



$125 00 



Specials credited on assessment: 

For John C. Hawk, China $ 224 79 

For Korea (undirected) Ill 66 

For Korea Native helper from Wytheville Sta. . . . 100 00 
From 210 charges on assessment 11406 10 



Total on assessment 



Total Receipts 



Disbursed. 



To J. D. Hamilton, Treasurer. 
Balance on hand 



11842 55 
$11967 55 

$8042 79 
$3924 76 



DOMESTIC. 

Receipts. 

Balance on hand Oct., 1911 $ 8212 04 

Italian Conference, Special from Ep. Leagues .... 305 00 

Deaconess Conf . Special from Sundry Chgs 75 00 

Mis. Sec. Conf., Special from 5 00 

Discount and interest(net) 7 87 

From charges on H. & C. assessment $15999 17 



$24604 08 



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Disbursements. 

Italian Mission 

Hiwassee College 

Expense Mid-year Meeting 

Expense Secretaries 

Expense Treasurer 

Expense President 

Expense Conf. Mis. Secretary 

Expense Conference Teller 

Expense Evangelistic Com 

To 71 Missions 

To Deaconess 

Due Home Department 

Balance on hand 



$ 1200 oa 

1200 00 

194 36 

64 12 

87 75 

3 20 

161 58 

14 00 

80 23 

9822 75 

■ 75 00 

$12902 99 
3840 00 

$16742 99 
7861 09 

$24604 08 
Recapitulation. 

Foreign Missions $11842 55 

Foreign Missions Specials 125 00 

Home Missions 3840 00 

Conference Missions 12159 17 

Conference Missions Specials 392 87 

Total $28359 59 

Decrease from last year $ 4199 95 

J. MILTON BROWNE, Treas. 

DISTRICT CONFERENCE RECORDS. 

The following records are without any reasonable grounds for 
criticism: Bluefleld, Tazewell, Wytheville, Morristown, Knoxville, 
and Harriman. Radford's record is a model one. 

We wish to enter the following criticism: Abingdon record is 
well kept, except that instead of using the Quarterly Conference rec- 
ord for minutes of the Quarterly Conference, the District record has 
been used. Big Stone Gap record is badly blotted. Chattanooga rec- 
ord is well kept with the exception that it is slightly blotted in a few 
places. 

S. S. KREGER, Sec. W. R. CARBAUGH, Ch'm'n. 



EPWORTH LEAGUES. 

As members of the Epworth League Board, we feel that too 
often in the past the work of this Board has been little or nothing 
more than the drafting of a paper, to be read and adopted in open 
session of the Annual Conference, printed in the minutes, and then 
forgotten. We feel that there has been too wide a breach between 
this Board and the League work and also between the pastors gen- 
erally and the League work. Our thought and discussions during our 
sessions have been an effort to work out a remedy for this condition; 
for we believe in the League and consider it one of the most import- 



8Q THE HOLSTON ANNUAL 

ant undertakings and organizations of the church. And we sub- 
mit this report with the hope and prayer that it may not be for- 
gotten until every pastor in the Conference has given his unstinted 
co-operation to make its suggestions meet the ends for which they are 
made. 

We wish to commend Dr. F. S. Parker, Secretary of Epworth 
Leagues, and F. Marvin Culbreth, Assistant Secretary, for their effi- 
cient work in the interest of the Leagues in the church at large. We 
wish also to endorse the change in the form of the "Epworth Era," 
and to recommend it not only to our Leagues who want a clean mag- 
azine for instruction, and for pleasant and profitable reading. 

To bring the Board and the Leagues of the Conference into 
closer relation, an executive committee of this Board composed of 
the president, secretary and Rev. French Wampler, has been chosen 
and asked to meet with the cabinet of the Epworth League Conference 
in its sessions, and to advise with them. The secretary is also to keep 
in touch with the Leagues by correspondence, as suggested by Dr. Par- 
ker last year. 

To secure the interest and co-operation of more pastors in the 
Conference, we recommend that this Conference by the adoption of 
this report, endorse the proposition made at the last League Con- 
ference held at Bluefield, W. Va., for the Leagues to return to the 
"Holston Plan," which makes the Leagues an assistant to the pastor 
in collecting benevolences. 

In order that the work in the Coal Fields may be better under- 
stood and better supported, we urge that our pastors and Leagues 
give Brother I. T. Cameron every assistance in letting the people 
know what we are doing among the foreigners in these fields. He has 
his own plans for this work which cannot be set forth here. 

Especial attention is directed to the work of the Junior League, 
which furnishes the pastor his best opportunity for work among the 
children. No work will in future years tell more largely in the per- 
petuation and development of the church. 

We ask that work among the boys, as boys, be not neglected. 
Every church that has a boy problem has a man opportunity. That 
opportunity is best seized by organization of the boys and loving 
labor with them. Let every church have an organization distinctly 
for the boys and young men. 

We recommend that the setting of a date to be observed through- 
out the Conference as "League Day," be left with the Executive Com- 
mittee of this Board. 

And in conclusion, we call attention to the fact that the church 
vdth a few Christian young people in it, that gets those young peo- 
ple to working as an Epworth League, is the church that gets and 
holds other young people to attend the services of the church. 

HUGH E. KELSO, Sec. THOS. PRIDDY, Ch'm'n. 



m KEinORIAM 




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MEMOIRS 



GEORGE B. DRAPER. 

George B. Draper was born at Kingsport, Tenn., May 26, 1855. 
He was the son of Rev. Jonathan and Elizabeth Talbert Draper. His 
father was for many years a local preacher in the M. E. Church, 
South. In 1873 Brother Draper was married to Miss Laura M. Quillen, 
daughter of Martin and Anna Quillen, pf Gate City, Va. To this 
union were born eleven children, four of whom preceded him to the 
better land, and seven — three sons and four daughters — remain to 
comfort and care for their mother. 

When a young man. Brother Draper moved to Texas, where, on 
April 26, 1879, he was licensed to exhort by the Quarterly Conference 
of the Pleasant Grove Circuit, Terrell District, North Texas Con- 
ference. He was licensed to preach by the same Quarterly Con- 
ference, Sept. 13, 1879. He was ordained Deacon by Bishop H. N. 
McTyeire, at Sulphur Springs, Texas, Nov. 16, 1884. He was ordain- 
ed Elder by Bishop A. W. Wilson, at Morristown, Tenn., Oct. 6, 1889. 
Brother Draper was a local preacher for ten years, during which time 
he was active in revival work. He was received on trial into the 
traveling connection by the Holston Conference in October, 1889, and 
continued an itinerant preacher to the end. He served the following 
circuits: Kingsport, Fall Branch, Limestone, Tazewell, Powell's Val- 
ley, Fort Blackmore, Clintwood, Bristol, New River, Galax, Bland, 
Kingston and Sequatchie. 

While attending school at Kingsley Seminary, in the spring of 
1890, I became intimately acquainted with Brother Draper, who was 
then serving his first pastoral charge, the Kingsport circuit. I found 
him kind, gentle, brotherly. Our friendship lasted to the end, and I 
feel that I have lost one of my best friends. He was a true, good man, 
a good husband, a kind father, and a faithful, hard-working preacher. 
He had great revivals. Many were converted under his ministry. 
It has been estimated that there were, on an average, a hundred con- 
versions yearly as a result of his labors. What a mighty host that 
will be to welcome him to the glory world. He served many of the 
hard places and did it without a support, but he will come with re- 
joicing, bringing more sheaves with him than some who have served 
the easier places and enjoyed more of the luxuries of this life. 

He looked after the material interests of the church. He built a 
number of church houses and repaired others. In fact he was a church 
builder. He lived a clean life. One who perhaps knew him more in- 
timately than any one else says of him, "I never heard him utter a 
word that would indicate that there was anything unclean in his life 
or thought." 

Brother Draper answered the roll call for the last time at Mor- 
ristown, Tenn., where twenty-two years before he began his career as 
a traveling preacher. During the session of the Conference he be- 
came seriously ill and was taken to the hospital for an operation, 
from which place he passed to his reward, October 9, 1911, just as 
Bishop Kilgo was about to give him his assignment for another year. 

"Soldier of Christ, well done! 

Praise be thy new employ; 
And while eternal ages run, 

Rest in thy Saviour's joy." 

W. M. MORRELL. 



82 THB HOLSTON ANNUAL 



JOHN P. DICKEY. 



John Pryor Dickey, sixth son of Houston Dickey, was bom Jan. 
24, 1844, near Sweetwater, Tenn. When a child he was converted 
and joined the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, at New Hope. 
He graduated at Emory and Henry College. I am sorry that we have 
no information concerning his college life and experience. I always 
found him interested in the cause of education and especially in Mis- 
sion schools. He planned many enterprises, but for the lack of means, 
and the fact that the church was not ready, he was not permitted to 
see his plans materialize. 

He was licensed to exhort in 1869, by Rev. R. M. Hickey, who was 
presiding elder; was admitted on trial in the Holston Conference in 
1871, in Morristown, Tenn., Bishop Pierce, presiding; was ordained 
elder in 1875 in Knoxville, Tenn., by Bishop McTyeire. He served his 
Church and Conference through the entire Civil War. The last charge 
that he served was Crawford and Wilder, in the Harriman District; 
he did an excellent work there, and was beloved by every one. Being 
in poor health that fall, he asked for a supernumerary relation, and 
moved to California; that was six years ago. He has been active in 
church work since going to the West, but has not served any regular 
charge. 

In Los Angeles, California, Feb. 26, 1912, he went to church in 
the morning, and had dressed to attend again at night; without a 
moment's sickness, he fell asleep in Jesus, and his spirit was caught 
away to God. That morning at family prayers they had sung, "Rock 
of Ages." He was cheerful and happy; so he went from a heaven 
below to a heaven above. 

Brother Dickey was as transparent as a child, meek and gentle in 
spirit, and uncomplaining and faithful in his work. He had the hand- 
icap of a frail constitution and feeble health, yet doing the hard work 
of a mission charge, with a persistency and faithfulness that was re- 
markable. I have never known a more difficult work than the one he 
served his last year in the Holston Conference. 

He married Miss Adelia Bates, Nov. 20th, 1873, with whom he 
lived happily until he was called away. He found in his wife an earn- 
est and faithful companion and a true helper in his pastoral work. 

R. A. KELLY. 



FRANK RICHARDSON, D. D. 

Rev. Frank Richardson was endowed with an unusual degree of 
intellectual and will force. Yet in the first part of his career as a 
preacher he seemed somewhat wanting in ambition and self-confi- 
dence, and he gave but scant promise of anything above average 
achievements in the theological and literary worlds. He was always 
thoughtful and magnetic in the pulpit and very agreeable in the social 
circle. It was his call to the editorship of the Holston Methodist in 
1881, his ample opportunity and necessity for reading in his exchanges, 
especially the magazines, and the stimulus that the controversies of 
the time gave to his natural and hitherto undeveloped pugnacity that 
aroused the lion within him. It was then that he first discovered him- 
self, as did Samson when "the Spirit of the Lord began to move him 
at times in the camp of Dan between Zorah and Eshtaol." 

Dr. Richardson was born in Jacksboro, Tenn., February 14, 1831. 
His grandfather, William Richardson, once lived on Cedar Creek, below 
Cedarville, Washington, County, Va., but moved to McMinn County, 



THB HOLSTON ANNUAL 83 

Tenn., when his son William, father of the subject of this sketch, was 
eleven years old. 

Dr. Richardson's mother was a daughter of William McHenry, 
and was born and reared in Claiborne County, Tenn. Her mother was 
Judith Poston, who was reared at Broad Ford, Smyth County, Va. 
His paternal grandmother's maiden name was Crabtree, probably a 
daughter of William Crabtree, once owner of the Salt Works lands, 
now Saltville, Va., sister to the saintly Job Crabtree, of Lee County, 
Va., and to Mrs. Priscilla Price, paternal grandmother of the writer. 
Barnabas McHenry, a man of distinction in the annals of Holston 
Methodism, was uncle to Dr. Richardson's mother, so that he inherited 
the preaching diathesis. 

Dr. Richardson was trained in the common schools of the section 
where he was reared, and finished his education, so far as the schools 
could give it, at Emory and Henry College, lacking one year of grad- 
uation. He was converted at the age of eleven years, during the prog- 
ress of a meeting held in Walker's schoolhouse, near what is now La 
Follette, Tenn., by Rev. E. K. Hutsell. He was powerfully convicted 
of sin, and had presented himself as a mourner at the altar; but the 
change came when he was abed at home at night. In his autobiography 
he thus describes his conversion: "All at once I felt a strange calm, 
an exquisite peace. I did not understand it at once, but gradually the 
consciousness dawned upon me that it was what we called religion, 
and I was filled with joy. I did not shout, but lay there and rejoiced 
I know not how long." His conversion was clear, and his call to preach 
was equally clear. 

Dr. Richardson married and settled down to teaching as his life 
work. But, impressed that it was his duty to preach, he was not sat- 
isfied. In his distress and perplexity he carried the case to God on 
his knees; his prayer was answered and his soul blessed, and the call 
was unmistakably reiterated. He completely surrendered, and there 
was no mental reservation. He tore up the bridge behind him and 
was completely happy. 

He joined the Conference at Cleveland, Tenn., in 1854, and was 
appointed to Clinton Circuit. He served the Church as a minister 
fifty-eight years — seven years on circuits, twenty-four on districts, 
seventeen on stations, one year as teacher, about six years as Editor 
of the Holston Methodist, and he was in the local relation seven years. 
While teaching, and, a portion of the time while editing, he had 
pastoral work. 

Dr. Richardson was married three times. His first marriage was 
to Miss Mary Peterson, by whom he had two children, and whose 
sickness and death were the occasion of his location. His second wife 
was Miss Betty Sharp, by whom he had six children. His last mar- 
riage was to Mrs. Florida Oldis, who survives him. His wedded life 
was peculiarly happy. His companions were true helpmeets in every 
sense of the word. 

After a few days of illness. Dr. Richardson ascended to his reward, 
from the parsonage at Fountain City, Tenn., gently breathing his last 
at 6:27 a. m., April 4, 1912. On April 7 his funeral services were ap- 
propriately conducted in the Fountain City Church by Rev. T. J. Esk- 
ridge, his presiding elder, assisted by Revs. J. W. Carnes and R. A. 
Hutsell. Revs. I. P. Martin, C. T. Carroll, and W. M. Morrell made 
feeling and appropriate remarks. The remains were buried at LaFol- 
lette, further services being conducted in our church there, in which 
Brothers Carnes and Hutsell, C. H. Varner, R. C. Camper, and E. N. 
Woodward joined. He was buried beside his second wife. Hundreds 
of sympathizing friends were present. 

Dr. Richardson's sermons were characterized by original thought 
and method. He imitated nobody; copied nobody. His mind was cut 



84 THE HOLSTON ANNUAL 

in the logical mold. He was a natural mathematician, with a consid- 
erable leaning toward metaphysics. His style was perspicuous and 
his delivery manly and forcible. His sermons were topical rather than 
textual, but both. Though timid and distrustful of his powers, all his 
timidity vanished when an antagonist appeared in his front or a solemn 
responsibility challenged his interference. He was as magnanimous 
as he was brave. He never began a fight, but the second blow was 
always his. He never quailed in the face of opposition and never fired 
upon a white flag. Essentially positive and pugnacious in time of 
war, he was peculiarly amiable and gracious in time of peace. Dr. 
George F. Mellen said of him: "Those who do not know such a char- 
acter are likely to be repelled by an apparent severity and sternness. 
Those who were admitted to his confidence and association found him 
neither austere nor ungentle. To them there was nothing suggestive 
of storminess or tempestuousness in him. He was even sunshiny, ten- 
der, and mellow. Before a sympathetic audience he could preach of 
heaven with such an apparent nearness of view as to bring almost 
within visual range its shining portals and ransomed throngs." 

Dr. Richardson was sufficiently careful in financial matters; but 
he was particularly characterized by his hospitality, which was always 
liberal, cheerful, and unstinted. This was one source of his amazing 
popularity among the preachers and among the people as well. No 
amount of controverting or disputing with the brethren could prevent 
his election to the General Conference when the time came for an 
election. He was a member of every General Conference from 1878 
to 1910, inclusive, leading his delegation in two elections. He was al- 
ways a ready debater, and he distinguished himself in this roll in the 
General Conferences held in Dallas, Birmingham, and Asheville. 

His presiding elder, in a letter to me, says: "The members of his 
Church and congregation loved him far more than people usually love 
their pastor. They appreciated his ministry; and many of his people — 
officers, members, and others — have for two months been importuning 
me to find some way to get round the four years limit. They wanted 
him next year and to the end." 

Dr. Richardson was a man of uniform and consistent piety, liberal 
and progressive in his opinions, strictly democratic in his views of 
church polity, and opposed to autocracy everywhere and in every form. 
But he was not a schemer, kicker, or insurgent. His views once bold- 
ly stated, he awaited patiently their adoption by public sentiment and 
their embodiment in legislative enactment. He had his faults, but they 
were no deeper than the surface. When you cut into the mental and 
moral tissues, you found nothing but nobility and benevolence. 

R. N. PRICE. 



MRS. B. W. S. BISHOP. 

Mary Shanon was bom near Saltville, Smythe County, Va., 
where she grew up to mature womanhood. She had a good family 
heritage, and was generously endowed with a healthful body, a strong 
mind, and a most amiable disposition. Early in life her heart was 
touched by the refining influence of the Holy Spirit, which ever shone 
out with the greatest luster in her beautiful Christian character. 
She won the admiration of all who came in contact with her. 

She was twice married. First to Rev. James Wesley Dickey, an 
honored member of the Holston Conference, in 1873. In this mar- 
riage she assumed the arduous, delicate and responsible duties of a 
step-mother of three children. A higher tribute could not be paid 



THB HOLSTON ANNUAL 85 

to her faithful tender care than the abiding love which these children 
always had for her. After the death of Brother Dickey, which oc- 
curred in 1876, she used her own means toward the education of these 
children, one of whom she sent to Emory and Henry College; he is now 
a Methodist preacher in California. Her second marriage was in 1883 
to Rev. B. W. S. Bishop, a man whom this Conference loved and hon- 
ored. In this marriage she again became the step-mother of three 
children — one of whom is Dr. C. M. Bishop, president of Southwest- 
ern University, Texas. The other son is Dr. David Bishop, now in 
Europe, who, for a number of years has been a professor in the Uni- 
versity at Oxford, Mississippi. The daughter is Mrs. Mattie Bishop 
Price, at Welch, W. Va. 

No doubt the gentle touch, kindly admonitions and sweet influences 
of this good woman had much to do in moulding and fashioning these 
noble boys into what they have become. Those who were familiar 
with her domestic life, say she scarcely could have been surpassed as 
a "keeper of home." She studied how to make her home attractive and 
pleasant to her family and friends. No one who ever enjoyed her 
hospitality forgot how open and free it was, and what a pleasure it 
gave her to bestow it. She was of a very social nature, loved the 
society of her friends, and did what she could to make them happy. 
A wife never stood by her husband in the ministry more faithfully 
than did she, and rejoiced more in his success. 

She entered every department of church work where our women 
are allowed, not because it was required or expected of her, but be- 
cause she loved her Master's cause. 

After the death of Brother Bishop, which occurred in 1895, she 
spent the most of her remaining life at Emory, Va. She was there 
active in the Woman's Missionary Societies, most of the time president 
of one or the other. She taught a class of the college boys in the 
Sunday School, and left her impress for good upon many a boy. 
After awhile, when too feeble to get to church, she always had a mes- 
sage to send, and when far away, she would write them and give them 
kindly admonitions. Brother Summers, who had known her many 
years, and had been her pastor four years, says a more faithful woman 
he had never known. She was liberal with her means in supporting 
the church and its institutions. In her last will she left a benefaction 
to Emory Circuit, to the Woman's Missionary Society there, and to 
Emory and Henry College. She subscribed for and read the church 
papers, and kept well abreast with the literature issued from our 
Publishing House. 

For the last few years. Sister Bishop had been greatly afflicted. 
Her hearing was very much impaired, cutting her off largely from 
the social world, in which she had always gotten so much pleasure. 
Then she had one stroke of paralysis after another, until her mind was 
more or less beclouded, but amid it all scarce a murmur passed her lips. 
It was a matter of surprise to her friends how patient and cheerful 
she could be, and with what fortitude she bore it all. Finally, in 
January last, just as the sun was touching the western hill, the sun 
of her well spent life went down to rise no more in this world, but to 
shine forever on the other shore. m -n HANDY 



MRS. JOHN H. KENNEDY. 

Frances Elizabeth, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. William M. Bryan, 
was born September 17, 1844, at the Bryan homestead, near Henry's 
X Roads, in Sevier County, Tennessee. She was the eldest of eight 



86 THE HOLSTON ANNUAL 

children. Her father died when she was in her sixteenth year. Af- 
terwards her mother married a Thomas, into which home three chil- 
dren were born. 

Frances was converted in early childhood at Shady Grove Camp 
Ground, seven miles east of the family home. She was educated at 
Jonesboro, Tennessee, and Asheville, North Carolina, being in school 
at the latter place when her father died. She was married to Rev. 
John H. Kennedy, October 1, 1874, he having been received on trial 
into the Holston Conference, Methodist Episcopal Church, South, two 
years before. Brother Kennedy died at Philadelphia, Tennessee, De- 
cember 8, 1898. 

Through these years, Mrs. Kennedy was a faithful itinerant, shar- 
ing bravely and patiently the hardships of such a life. She loved the 
Church, and loved the work. An aunt of hers writes: "She was al- 
ways so loving, so magnetic, so sympathetic; I loved her as I have 
loved few people." To have the confidence and affection of kinsfolk 
is not an unmeaning tribute to one's worth. 

After her husband's death, Mrs. Kennedy lived with her sister, 
Mrs. Laura Bassett, until about three years ago, when, both being in- 
valids, they broke up housekeeping and went to live with their sister, 
Mrs. A. H. Huffaker — to spend the remainder of their lives beneath the 
shade of the old homestead. She plaintively wrote to a relative — ^"I 
have wandered back to the old home to die." Memories of days and 
years long gone filled her heart continually. 

She did not talk much about dying, as she wanted those about 
her to be cheerful. But rhe told her pastor. Rev. E. W. Mort, that her 
faith was strong, and that God "doeth all things well." During her 
last sickness she wrote ;vith trembling hand on the fly-leaf of her 
Bible these words: "I have read this book through eight times. I 
do not know the number of times I had previously read it through. 
But, O, how little I know of the Scriptures! I am soon going 
where I shall look not through a glass darkly, but face to 
face. The crossing is not far away. I am very feeble — indeed, hard- 
ly able to write these lines. Read God's Word and study. It is the 
greatest means of grace. No one can live a Christian and entirely 
neglect it; yet mere reading it does not make a Christian. Good bye, 
old Book!" 

Thus, in the comforting surroundings of her childhood's home, 
and with the presence of the Comforter in her heart, she died April 
3, 1912. Brother Mort held a simple home service, as she had directed, 
and the body was taken to Morristown, Tennessee, for burial beside her 
husband. They left no children. The writer prepares this memoir in 
compliance with one of her last requests. 

The Better Land is growing better with the passing years, be- 
cause so many of our dear ones are there awaiting us. 

JAMES A. BURROW. 



MRS. M. J. WYSOR. 

On January 3, 1912, at the parsonage in Wise, Virginia, the spirit 
of Willie Boynton Wysor returned to God who gave it. Until a few 
days before, no one suspected that the chariot of the Lord was so 
near. Her father and mother. Dr. and Mrs. E. M. Boynton, lived at 
Columbus, Georgia, when their daughter was bom, February 21, 1860. 
With early religious surroundings, it was her privilege to know and 
love the church from childhood. At a very early age she professed 



THE HOLSTON ANNUAL 87 

faith in her Master, and united with the Methodist Episcopal Church, 
South, in which church, she was a devoted and active member dur- 
ing her life. 

She came to Christiansburg, Virginia, from her Southern home 
to enter Montgomery Female College, from which institution she was 
graduated with first honors. While a student there she met Mr. M. 
J. Wysor, a merchant at Newbern, Virginia, who a few years later 
became her husband. They were married in her home church in the 
City of Opelika, Alabama, September 23, 1880. Her husband said on 
the day of her burial, "Never was there a truer and nobler wife," and 
he could have added, "A more devoted mother." Her children, Mrs. 
R. B. McNutt, of Norton, Virginia, and Lamar, who was with her to 
the last, rise up and call her blessed. 

When her husband felt the call to the ministry she conferred not 
with "flesh and blood," but willingly accepted the trying ordeals of the 
Methodist preacher's wife. During her life she was never heard to 
murmur at any appointment to which they were sent. Her husband's 
work was her work, and she gladly gave herself to it, ministering 
with substance and life to her church with unfaltering faith. While 
District Secretary of the Woman's Home Missionary Society, of 
Wytheville District, most of her work was done while she was confined 
to her bed. The records will show how well her work was done. When 
her husband was pastor of Chilhowie Circuit, she was president of the 
Woman's Home Missionary Society, and nothwithstanding the burden 
of disease resting heavily upon her, she met the responsibilities of the 
office from her sick room. 

Her love for childhood, with intellectual culture, fitted her special- 
ly to help in the children's department of church work. During her 
last hours, she in mind and heart, was with the children much of the 
time, repeating prayers and teaching them songs. It was the writer's 
privilege to be in the parsonage home much in the last few years of 
her life. To see her with her family, to talk with her about her 
church, and work she loved so well, was an inspiration. Her conversa- 
tion never refiected on the failures or weaknesses of any one, but on 
the contrary, she saw the good and magnified it, hence no one suffered 
in the slightest way from any words from her lips. 

Her life, her faith in God, and in the power of Jesus' blood made 
her gloriously triumphant over death. As she was nearing the end 
of her earthly journey she sang sweetly, "Jesus, Saviour, Pilot Me," 
and as the song was hushed, the bark in waiting left its moorings 
with the sweet spirit of Willie Boynton Wysor, and doubtless the Won- 
drous Sovereign of the sea was Pilot, to anchor on the shore of life 
eternal. The dutiful daughter, the faithful wife, the devoted mother, 
the noble Christian, the loyal friend has gone from us, but her life was 
as "ointment poured forth." 

E. F. KAHLE. 



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1 Bland Street 


$ 300 


$ 350 


$ 200C 


$ 2000 


$ 36 


$ 36 


$ 127 


% 127 


$ 200 


$ 200 


$ 300 


% 800 


...... 


2 Bramwell & C 


260 


260 


15L0 


1500 


30 


30 


115 


115 


100 


100 


180 


180 




3 Berwind 


83 


83 


500 


600 


2 


2 


10 


10 


25 


26 


20 


20 




4 Chattaroy 


SO 


30 


226 


225 


2 


2 


2 


2 


6 


6 


6 


6 




6 Davy & Twin B . . 


150 


150 


900 


900 


10 


10 


20 


20 


60 


60 


60 


60 




6 Eck'n & Keystone 


167 


167 


1000 


1000 


12 


12 


45 


46 


50 


50 


80 


80 




7 Grace Church 


260 


267 


1600 


1600 


30 


30 


115 


115 


100 


100 


180 


180 




8 Gary 


167 
76 


167 
75 


1000 
450 


1000 
460 


12 
4 


12 
4 


46 
10 


45 
10 


60 
10 


50 
10 


80 
16 


80 
15 




9 lager & Coalwood 




10 Kimball 


40 
34 


50 
34 


300 
200 


300 
200 


4 
2 


4 
2 


8 
2 


8 
2 


16 
6 


16 

5 


16 
6 


16 
6 




11 Knox Creek 




12 Mabeury & C 


150 


150 


900 


900 


12 


12 


36 


35 


60 


50 


80 


89 




13 Matoka 


83 

75 

134 


92 

75 
134 


500 
450 
800 


680 
450 
800 


4 

6 

12 


4 

6 

12 


16 
15 
16 


15 
15 
16 


20 
20 
60 


20 
20 
60 


20 
20 
42 


20 
20 








16 McDowell 


«1 


16 Matewan 


66 


66 


445 


446 


2 


2 


5 


5 


15 


15 


15 


15 




17 Mullins 


50 
67 


60 
67 


360 
500 


360 
500 


2 
8 


2 

8 


2 
20 


2 
20 


5 
30 


5 
30 


5 
30 


5 
30 




18 N.Fork & Crozier 




19 Pageton 


67 


77 


400 


468 


4 


4 


15 


15 


20 


20 


20 


20 




20 Pineville 


72 


72 


428 


436 


2 


2 


4 


4 


15 


15 


16 


15 




21 Prem'r & B.Sandy 


110 


110 


660 


660 


2 


2 


15 


15 


20 


20 


20 


20 




22 Welch 


120 
167 


120 
166 


720 
1000 


720 
1000 


10 
8 


10 
8 


35 
20 


36 
20 


40 
50 


40 
60 


60 
50 


60 
50 




23 Williamson 




24 Rock 


75 
53 


85 
53 


450 
318 


601 
318 


10 
2 


10 
2 


10 
2 


10 
2 


40 
10 


40 
10 


60 
10 


60 
10 




25 Glen Alum 




26 Thacker 


10 


7 


75 


75 


1 


1 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 








Total 


$2855 


$2947 


$17681 


$17888 


$227 


$227 


$ 710 


% 710 


$1009 


$1009 


$1390 


$1390 








Total last year 


$2813 


$2802 


$17119 


$17154 


$227 


$227 


$ 710 


$ 710 


$1200 


$1200 


$1150 


$1150 


$ 106 




$ 42 


$ 145 


$ 562 


$ 734 














$ 240 


$ 240 




















Decrease 


1..... 















$ 191 


$ 191 






$ 106 


Tazewell 




























1 Belfast 


$ 73 


$ 66 


$ 627 


$ 510 


$ 10 


$ 6 


% 30 


$ 25 


$ 45 


$ 30 


$ 66 


$ 30 




2 Burke's Garden . . . 


98 


98 


700 


700 


15 


15 


40 


30 


60 


60 


90 


71 




3 Castlewood 


98 


77 


700 


553 


10 


5 


30 


16 




22 




30 




4 Cedar Bluff 


87 


87 


625 


626 


12 


5 


36 


26 


49 


31 


66 


66 




5 Dickensonville 


105 


87 


745 


617 


15 


7 


44 


20 


62 


40 


83 


40 




6 Elk Garden 


98 


98 


700 


700 


18 


18 


66 


56 


77 


77 


103 


103 




7 East Buchanan... 


25 


14 


200 


111 


2 


1 


12 


3 


10 


10 


15 


15 




8 Graham Sta 


140 


136 


1000 


948 


23 


23 


73 


73 


100 


100 


133 


133 




9 Graham Cir 


126 


125 


900 


900 


21 


15 


63 


46 


90 


90 


115 


115 




10 Grundy 


70 


70 


500 


600 


9 


3 


27 


10 


40 


15 


56 


55 




11 Honaker 


69 


57 


500 


430 


10 


2 


32 


2 


47 


30 


63 


25 




12 Lebanon 


138 


126 


900 


822 


18 


9 


56 


30 


76 


35 


106 


38 




13 Pocahontas 


140 


140 


1000 


1000 


19 


19 


56 


56 


113 


113 


70 


70 




14 Rocky Gap 


74 


64 


600 


452 


12 


8 


37 


36 


33 


28 


66 


56 




15 Richlands 


86 


84 


614 


597 


15 


10 


42 


30 


60 


40 


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60 




16 St. Paul & Dante. 


122 


123 


878 


879 




2 




35 




60 




60 




17 Tazewell Sta 


210 


210 


1600 


1500 


26 


26 


92 


92 


130 


130 


175 


175 




18 Tazewell Cir 


105 


105 


750 


750 


15 


16 


44 


44 


64 


64 


86 


86 




19 W. Tazewell Cir.. 


66 


38 


479 


271 


9 


3 


28 


12 


58 


24 


58 


24 




20 W. Buchanan 


20 
$1949 


20 


160 


22 


2 


2 


8 


8 


10 


10 


15 


15 




Total 


$1825 


$13968 


$12887 


$261 


$194 


$ 806 


$ 648 


$1124 


$1009 


$1434 


$1256 








Total last year. . . . 


$2100 


$1873 


$13836 


$11788 


$272 


$199 


$ 848 


$ 620 


$1337 


$1157 


$1336 


$1165 











$ 132 


$ 1099 








$ 28 






$ 99 


$ 101 

















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$ 61 


$ 48 





$ 11 


$ 6 


$ 42 




$ 213 


$ 148 





















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658 


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90 


90 


60 


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3271 


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605 


1200 


179 


400 


1779 


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926 


130 


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1170 


11 


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359 


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12 


40 


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30 


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4 


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348 


1668 


394 


57 


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276 


1042 


55 


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1506 


14 


20 


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12 


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6 


6 


8 


8 


2 


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6 


4 


569 


1212 


175 


25 


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16 


30 


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20 


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330 


75 


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8 


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7 


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6 


4 


210 


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128 


252 


1184 


17 


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255 


698 


75 


25 


798 


18 


30 


30 


5 


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460 


1066 


80 


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1326 


19 


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5 


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2 


2 


1 


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2 


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6 


641 


154 


1500 


2295 


20 


10 


10 


10 


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5 


5 


2 


2 


1 


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5 


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155 


733 


77 


82 


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21 


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10 


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6 


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10 


10 


4 


4 


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9 


494 


1381 


203 


2146 


3730 


22 


35 


35 


25 


25 


5 


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5 


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10 


5 


562 


1638 


200 


286 


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23 


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20 


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6 


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600 


1969 


194 


914 


3077 


24 


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443 


1180 


120 


500 


1800 


26 


8 


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1 


2 


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337 


748 


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26 


2 


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1 


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164 


262 


80 


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392 


$ 750 


$ 750 


$450 


$450 


$100 


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$ 98 


$ 98 


$ 80 


$ 80 


$249 


$ 76 


$12676 


$38370 


$ 6739 


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$ 675 


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$ 70 


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34 


27 


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1140 


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1320 


175 


142 


1637 


10 


28 


25 


16 


8 


3 


1 


4 


1 


4 


1 


1 


2 


10 


702 


307 


7896 


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32 
55 


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12 


19 
34 


7 
15 


3 

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1 
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557 
1104 


39 
294 


504 
4558 


1099 


6 


3 




5956 


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60 


60 


35 


:35 


7 


7 


8 


8 


6 


6 


19 


6 


395 


1939 


183 


1015 


3087 


14 


36 


25 


21 


15 


4 


4 


3 


1 


3 


3 


6 


2 




700 




1500 


2200 


16 


36 


26 


24 


16 


5 


5 


6 


5 


4 


4 




4 


53 


932 


157 


376 


1464 


16 




30 




20 




3 




3 




3 


10 


5 


208 


1464 


146 


205 


1815 


l7 


93 


93 


61 


61 


11 


11 


6 


6 


10 


10 


26 


10 


273 


2623 


525 


2180 


5328 


18 


43 


43 


27 


27 


5 


5 


4 


4 


51 51 15 


4 


124 


1291 


14 


37 


1342 


19 


28 


12 


16 


7 


3 


2 


4 


3 


3 


2 


4 


2 


34 


404 


46 


75 


527 


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7 


7 


4 


4 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


3 


1 


3 


98 


3 


150 


251 


$ 745 


5 551 


$463 


$342 


$ 87 


$ 72 


$ 84 


$ 55 


$ 82 


$ 69 


$135 


$ 75 


$ 1415 


$20312 


$ 2811 


$21339 


$44548 


$ 769 


? 484 


$517 


$316 


$ 93 


$ 69 






$ 81 


$ 57 


$120 


$ 74 


$ 2406 


$21472 


$ 3515 


$13478 


$39863 










$ 67 




$ 26 




$ 13 






$ 1 


$ 12 


$ 15 


$ 1 


























$ 24 




$ 54 




$ 6 






























































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2 Athens 

3 Blueridge 

4 Thorn Spring . . . 

5 Eggleston 

6 East River 

7 Fries 

8 Floyd 

9 Grove Ave 

10 Galax 

11 Hilton Miss 

12 Hillsville 

13 Newbem 

14 New R. & B. Mem, 

15 Pulaski 

16 Pearisburg 

17 Princeton 

18 Staffordsville 

19 Lead Mines 



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Total last year. . . . 

Increase 

Decrease 



87 

167 

50 

74 

105 

58 

58 

70 

183 

116 

33 

60 

150 

61 

200 

150 

166 

116 

100 



146 

35 

55 

101 

58 

58 

70 

183 

97 

33 

50 

150 

55 

200 

150 

166 

116 

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$ 523 

1020 
300 
445 
634 
347 
350 
500 

1100 
700 
200 
300 
900 
489 

1200 
900 

1000 
700 
600 

$12208 



530 
962 
211 
332 
606 
347 
350 
510 

1100 
583 
200 
300 
900 
386 

1200 
900 

1000 
700 
600 

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$ 13 

26 

8 

15 

16 

1 

9 

13 

29 

18 



29 

72 
44 
96 
72 
80 
56 
48 

$ 980 



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$11376 



$322 



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$ 241 



$ 14 



$218 



$1002 



$ 10 



$ 22 



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69 

43 

41 

68 

120 

75 

7 

32 

98 

60 

96 130 



98 

109 

76 

65 



687 
725 



$ 38 



$1350 
$1600 



250 



57 
75 
15 
24 
69 
20 
41 
10 

120 
53 
7 
32 
30 
50 

130 
98 

109 
76 
65 



76 



45 

85 

93 

60 

41 

68 

165 

105 

7 

45 

135 

82 

180 

135 

150 

105 

90 



$1081 



$1667 



$1316 



$1600 



67 



$ 235 



$ 76 



15 

42 

93 

30 

41 

10 

165 

67 

7 

45 

55 

50 

180 

135 

150 

105 

90 



$1356 



$1301 



$ 55 



Wytheville 



1 Bland 

2 Cedar Springs . . . 

3 Chilhowie 

4 Cripple Creek. . . 

5 Ceres 

6 Coveton 

7 Elk Creek 

8 Grant 

9 Independence . . . 

10 Marion 

11 Marion Cir , 

12 Max Meadows... 

13 Mechanicsburg 

14 Rural Retreat. . 

15 Spring Valley . 

16 Wytheville Sta.. 

17 Wytheville Cir. , 

18 Sugar Grove. . . 



98 
120 
126 
105 

91 

34 
130 
105 
120 
180 
120 
114 

90 
139 
115 
180 
120 

50 



98 
115 
126 

96 

91 

18 
109[ 

92 
120 
180 
111 
108 

90 
139 
101 
180 
120 

50 



650 
800 
840 
700 
608 
225 
870 
700 
800 

1200 
800 
763 
600 
930 
750 

1200 
800 
400 



Total $2037 



$1944$13636 



Total last year $1862l$1811 $12530 $12234 

Increase |$ 175|$ 133|$ 1106|$ 1039 



655 
770 
900 
660 
608 
165 
722 
614 
800 

1200 
742 
721 
600 
954 
668 

1200 
800 
494 



$13273 



$320 



$259 



$321 $277 



990 



878 



$ 978 



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1$ 12 



857 
21 



65 
104 
105 

82 

65 

22 
104 

82 
104 
165 
104 
104 

65 
105 

82 
165 
103 

15 



50 
104 
105 

82 

65 

3 

100 

82 
104 
165 

75 
104 

65 
105 

82 
165 
103 

15 



$1642 



$2050 



$ 1 $ 18 



$ 408 



$1574 



$1989 



$ 415 



142 
145 
114 

89 

31 
142 
114 
142 
225 
142 
142 

89 
145 
114 
225 
145 

24 

$2259 



$ 70 
117 
145 
114 

89 

31 
100 
114 
142 
225 

90 
142 

89 
145 
100 
225 
145 

24 



$2107 



$2050 $1986 



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$ 32 


$ 26 


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$ 4 


$ 4 


$ 12 


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$ 198 


$ 1093 


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246 

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78 
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225 


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1119 


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$ 523 


$546 


$480 


$ 65 


$ 57 


$111 


$ 70 


$ 98 
$103 


$ 56 
$ 71 


$118 


$ 64 


$ 2413 


$20813 


$ 3851 


$12425 


$37156 


$ 762 


$ 563 


$553 


$881 


$ 97 


$ 68 






$115 


$ 84 


$ 1199 


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$ 3182 


$23491 


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$ 40 


$ 7 




$ 32 


$ 11 






$ 10 


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$ 29 


$ 29 


$ 21 


$ 12 


$ 6 


$ 3 


$ 6 


$ 2 


$ 6 


$ 2 


$ 8 


$ 2 


$ 226 


$ 1193 


$ 96 


$ 100 


$ 1389 


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55 


25 


49 


20 


7 


7 


8 


8 


6 


6 


13 


6 


130 


1411 


179 


317 


1908 


3 


55 


55 


49 


49 


7 


7 


9 


9 


6 


6 




6 


230 


1664 


384 


404 


2402 


4 


49 


20 


45 


20 


7 


4 


5 


5 


5 


2 


10 


3 


40 


1113 


47 




1160 


5 


29 


25 


21 


10 


6 


5 


6 


4 


5 


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5 


5 


85 


1034 


108 


125 


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217 
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217 


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117 




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26 
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46 
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110 
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80 


80 


71 


71 


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13 


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3037 


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3 


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465 


1583 


164 


150 


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55 


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49 


10 


7 


6 


8 


6 


6 


6 


6 


4 


140 


1827 


215 


155 


1697 


13 


29 


29 


21 


21 


5 


6 


7 


7 


5 


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1065 


40 


500 


1605 


14 


54 


54 


49 


49 


7 


7 


10 


10 


6 


6 


24 


6 


400 


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650 


300 


2843 


15 
16 


49 

80 


40 
80 


45 
71 


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3 
11 


5 
13 


8 
18 






10 
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6 
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1119 
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125 
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71 


11 


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17 


55 


28 


49 


24 


7 


6 


9 


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7 


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12 


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75 


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289 


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$ 624 


$745 


$488 


$118 


$ 91 


$187 


$103 


$100 


$ 77 


$199 


$ 93 


$ 3260 


$26019 


$ 4277 


$ 8670 


$32978 


$ 799 


$ 654 


$745 


$443 


$119 


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$ 89 


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$ 86 


$ 1687 


$22894 


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$ 190 


% 190 


$ 1300 


$ 1300 


$ 36 


$ 35 


$ 110 


$ 110 


$ 164 


$ 164 


$ 200 


$ 200 




2 Abingdon Cir 


75 


73 


550 


500 


16 


6 


45 


45 


60 


60 


80 


80 




3 Anderson St 


150 


150 


1000 


1000 


17 


17 


65 


65 


70 


70 


100 


100 




4 Mary St 


150 
300 


150 
800 


1000 
2000 


1000 
2000 


25 
60 


25 
60 


70 
185 


70 
185 


150 
265 


160 
266 








5 State St 


365 


365 




6 Virginia Ave 


50 


60 


400 


400 


7 


7 


25 


25 


30 


30 


60 


60 




7 Bristol Cir 


90 


76 


600 


600 


14 


6 


36 


16 


60 


20 


70 


25 




8 Blountville 


120 


120 


800 


800 


26 


25 


76 


75 


105 


105 


145 


145 


$ 125 


9 Bluff City 


105 


93 


700 


620 


16 


10 


45 


SO 


65 


60 


86 


65 






72 
100 


65 
100 


481 
650 


446 
660 


8 
16 


6 
10 


25 
60 


16 
80 


83 
65 


33 
40 


46 
86 


46 
60 




11 Damascua 


26 


12 Emory 


136 
75 


135 
66 


900 
600 


900 
375 


26 
12 


26 

7 


78 
86 


78 
20 


110 
60 


110 
25 


160 

70 


160 
25 




13 Mountaim City ... 




U Rich Valley 


100 


100 


700 


700 


21 


18 


«0 


60 


110 


105 


110 


110 




V5 Saltville 


165 
64 


165 
22 


1100 
360 


1100 
136 


25 

1 


26 
1 


77 
20 


77 
13 


105 
80 


105 

18 


145 
39 


145 
29 




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Total 


$1981 


$1843 


$13041 


$12427 


$322 


$282 


$ 990 


$ 904 


$1452 


$1340 


$1742 


$1585 


$ 160 






Total last y«ar 


$1806 


$1772 


$12186 


$12186 


$323 


$298 


91000 


$ 837 


$1620 


$1606 


$1620 


$1605 


$ 6 




$ 126 


$ 71 


$ 856 


$ 241 








$ 67 






$ 122 




$ 146 


























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$ 18 


$ 10 




$ 1«8 


% 265 




$ 20 






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1 Appalachia 


$ 156 


$ 160 


$ 946 


% 900 


$ 18 


$ 18 


% 60 


% 60 


$ «0 


$ 60 


$ 95 


$ 95 




2 Big Stone Gap... 


167 


167 


1000 


1000 


27 


27 


76 


76 


80 


80 


100 


100 




3 Cumberland Gap . 


117 


120 


700 


720 


15 


15 


60 


60 


60 


60 


93 


93 




4 Coeburn 


166 


167 


1000 


1000 


18 


18 


65 


65 


70 


70 


81 


81 




6 Clinchport 


82 


46 


676 


460 


10 


10 


34 


34 


41 


41 


59 


57 




6 Clintwood 


77 


60 


464 


422 


7 


7 


19 


19 


24 


24 


33 


33 




7 Ft. Blackmore 


64 


61 


386 


808 


7 


7 


18 


18 


31 


31 


23 


23 




8 Gate City 


100 


102 


600 


613 


17 


17 


55 


65 


68 


68 


96 


96 


$ 30 


9 Jonesville Ct 


86 


64 


614 


425 


16 


15 


42 


42 


66 


66 


70 


70 




10 Kingsport 


80 


68 


600 


408 


7 


7 


27 


27 


26 


26 


44 


44 




11 Luttrell Mission.. 


37 


21 


223 


124 


6 


6 


10 




8 


8 


10 


10 




12 Norton 


167 

107 


167 
107 


1000 
643 


1000 
643 


27 

15 


27 

15 


76 

44 


76 
44 


80 
66 


80 
66 


100 
85 


100 

85 




13 Nickelsville 




14 Norton Cir 


77 


77 


469 


469 


7 


7 


29 


29 


80 


80 


64 


64 




15 Pennington Gap.. 


116 


108 


700 


650 


18 


18 


64 


64 


60 


60 


91 


91 




16 Stickleyville 


83 


63 


602 


376 


12 


12 


32 


82 


60 


60 


66 


66 




17 Stonega 




42 




271 








1 




86 




47 




18 St. Charles 


60 


36 


365 


242 


6 


6 


16 




8 


8 


21 


21 




19 Tom's Creek 


108 


108 


660 


650 


16 


16 


41 


41 


48 


48 


56 


66 




20 Tazewell 


70 


16 


426 


113 


7 


7 


22 


22 


26 


25 


36 


36 




21 Wise 


160 

37 


122 

29 


900 
234 


786 

185 


16 

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16 

2 


66 

8 


66 
2 


61 

25 


61 

7 


83 
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83 

10 




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100 


100 


600 


600 


15 


15 


60 


60 


71 


71 


50 


60 




Total 


$2207 


$1990 


$13385 


$12294 


$286 


$285 


$ 893 


$ 863 


$1056 


$1074 


$1371 


$1401 


$ 30 






Total last year. . . . 


$2156 


$1889 


$12919 


$11627 


$306 


$298 


$ 940 


$ 895 


$1260 


$1196 


$1260 


$1245 


$ 196 




$ 61 


$ 101 


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$ 667 














$ 121 


$ 166 






























$ 20 


$ 13 


$ 47 


$ 32 


$ 194 


$ 121 






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$116 


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$ 73 


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$28876 


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$ 18 


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$ 6 


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$ 276 


$ 1666 


$ 130 


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86 
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$ 791 


$433 


$411 


$ 97 


$ 99 


$116 


$113 


$105 


$ 92 


$184 


$ 88 


$ 5170 


$24543 


$ 2896 


$11869 


$39866 


$ 775 


? 734 


$462 


$398 


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$100 






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$ 93 


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$ 93 


$ 3699 


$22530 


$ 3540 


$23609 


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Johnson City Sta . 
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Jonesboro 

Limestone 

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Morristown Cir. . . 

Mosheim 

Newport 

Parrottsville . . . . 

Rogersville 

Surgoinsville . . . . 

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Del Rio Mission . . 



Total 

Total last year. . . . 
Increase 



Decrease 



100 

57 
133 
120 

52 
116 

83 
250 

83 
135 

67 
116 
250 
139 
100 
100 

75 
100 

67 
103 

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51 
133 
120 

50 
116 

83 
250 

59 
135 

67 

80 
250 
124 

84 

96 

75 

78 

59 

62 

13 



$2287 



$2067 



$2142 



$1892 



$ 145 



$13846 



$12989 



$ 175 



343 
800 
720 
313 
700 
500 

1500 
500 
815 
400 
700 

1500 
833 
600 
600 
450 
700 
400 
622 
250 



307 
804 
720 
300 
700 
500 

1500 
359 
936 
400 
479 

1500 
744 
510 
580 
450 
474 
350 
437 
250 



$ 857 



$12755 



$11661 



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$305 



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$199 



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38 

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43 

35 

43 
117 

70 

37 

32 

30 

41 

30 

50 



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$ 18 



$ 587 



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29 

32 
4 

38 

15 
114 

20 

30 

12 

43 
117 

70 

25 

14 

17 

19 

13 

13 
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41 
39 
58 
43 
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42 
64 
46 
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$1565 



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51 
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161 
38 
64 
46 
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168 
89 
20 
20 
23 
26 
31 
38 
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$1082 
$1275 



79 
57 
51 
68 
59 
69 
82 
223 
58 
88 
64 
78 
237 
121 
68 
72 
58 
79 
74 
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$1780 



$1565 



$ 215 



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51 
68 
30 
69 
65 
223 
49 
60 
64 
50 
215 
121 
25 
31 
45 
37 
36 
60 



$1402 



$1317 



85 



58 



$ 175 



$ 117 



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1 Concord 

2 Etowah 

3 Fountain City . . . 

4 Knoxville Cir. . . . 

5 Broad St 

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7 Centenary 

8 E. Park Ave 

9 Emerald Ave. . . 

10 Epworth 

11 Virginia Ave..., 

12 Lenoir City 

13 Lincoln Park . . , 

14 Little River 

15 Louisville 

16 Macedonia 

17 Maryville 

18 Madison ville 

19 New Hope 

20 Philadelphia . . 

21 Sevierville 

22 Straw Plains . . 

23 Sweetwater 

24 Ducktown & B. 

25 Washington Pk. 



Total 

Total last year. 

Increase . . . . 

Decrease . . . . 



$ 48 

98 

112 

52 

252 

375 

250 

112 

73 

98 

63 

112 



94 
80 

140 
84 
42 
98 
89 
84 

140 
30 
35 



42 

98 

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37 

252 

375 

250 

112 

43 

98 

63 

112 

83 

25 

86 

78 

140 

84 

24 

98 

90 

77 

140 

30 

31 



342 

700 

800 

373 

1800 

2500 

1600 

800 

525 

700 

450 

800 

550 



650 
610 

1000 
600 
303 
702 
636 
600 

1000 
200 
250 



$2644 



$2636 



$2680 
$2624 

$ 56 



$18491 



300 
700 
800 
263 
1800 
2500 
1600 
800 
331 
700 
450 
800 
550 
229 
619 
544 
1000 
600 
166 
702 
641 
557 
1000 
200 
224 



17 

13 

43 

18 

146 

263 

106 

36 

11 

36 

14 

39 

14 



17 

13 

43 

8 

146 

263 

106 

36 

5 

36 

6 

39 

14 



27 

20 

66 

27 

222 

400 

162 

55 

18 

53 

21 

60 

21 



$18076 



62 
65 
75 
52 
20 
65 
65 
74 
120 
23 
11 



20 

20 

66 

6 

200 

400 

162 

55 

10 

53 

6 

60 

21 

15 

45 

35 

40 

52 

10 

62 

66 

74 

120 

8 

11 



37 

27 

93 

37 

308 

553 

223 

75 

24 

75 

29 

80 

28 



87 

87 

102 

73 

27 

89 

89 

104 

164 

32 

15 



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$291 



$1180 



$1009 



$1784 



$1616 



$2468 



$328 
$ 23 



$294 



$1162 



$1092 



$2063 



$1786 



$2100 



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358 



$ 3 



$ 83 



$ 269 



$ 170 



34 
27 
93 
7 
205 
553 
223 
75 
15 
75 
23 
80 
28 
16 
70 
35 
60 
73 
12 
85 
89 
50 
164 
10 
16 



$ 19 



$2106 



$1761 



$1107 



346 



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909 


121 


175 


1206 


16 


34 


14 


26 


10 


3 


1 


5 


1 


4 


1 


2 


1 


120 


797 


263 


1029 


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2 


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6 


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360 


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1161 


19 


33 


12 


23 


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30 


561 


32 


62 


686 


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61 


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5 


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9 


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$ 835 


$ 512 


$612 


$353 


$103 


$ 75 


$127 


$ 66 


$ 95 


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$138 


$ 78 


$ 3092 


$22539 


$ 4881 


$ 6042 


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$ 498 


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$ 97 


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$ 78 


$123 


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$ 443 


$ 35 


$ 478 


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9 


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$ 303 


1202 


382 


1565 


3453 


3 


52 


52 


32 


32 


5 


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1 


1 


4 


4 


17 


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297 


1562 


292 


632 


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15 


14 


10 


40 


10 


625 


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310 


310 


188 


188 


26 


26 


32 


32 


26 


26 


97 


25 


2737 


7612 


2175 


944 


10731 


7 


125 


125 


75 


75 


10 


10 


13 


13 


11 


11 


38 


10 


2600 


5229 


1016 


180 


6426 


8 


42 


42 


26 


26 


4 


4 


5 


5 


4 


4 


12 


3 


430 


1615 


295 


277 


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8 
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6 
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2 
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350 
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242 
280 


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31 


28 


6 


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3 


4 


3 




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214 


1301 


165 


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2401 


21 


50 


50 


30 


30 


6 


6 


7 


7 


3 


3 


16 


4 


97 


1166 


183 


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22 


57 


10 


35 


5 


5 


5 


8 




4 


4 


2 


4 




803 


177 


125 


1105 


23 


92 


92 


53 




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8 


9 


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8 


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400 


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841 


110 


3357 


24 


18 


6 


10 


3 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


2 


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25 


36 


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25 


8 


2 


5 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


114 


407 


108 


287 


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$1081 


$851 


$596 


$133 


$110 


$151 


$111 


$118 


$102 


$304 


$ 91 


$ 8721 


$36168 


$ 8318 


$10016 


$56228 


$1325 


$ 989 


$845 


$602 


$135 


$109 






$116 


$ 88 


$292 


$ 93 


$ 8276 


$36012 


$12163 


$11445 


$61386 








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$ 92 


$ 6 






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9 St. Elmo 

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12 Cleveland Sta. . 

13 Hixon 

14 Jasper 

15 Mt. Vernon . . . 

16 Ooltewah 

17 Riceville 

18 Rising Fawn... 

19 South Pittsburg 

20 Trenton 

21 City Mission ■ . 

22 Lookout M't'n. 

23 King Memorial 

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Total last year . . , 

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Decrease 



85 


$ 85 


74 


66 


643 


643 


43 


43 


215 


215 


67 


67 


74 


47 


60 


60 


160 


160 


230 


230 


102 


102 


209 


209 


43 


5 


97 


97 


33 


11 


53 


53 


74 


61 


50 


40 


100 


100 


60 


58 


30 


30 


33 


16 


65 


65 



$2600 



$2409 



$2258 



$ 151 



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1 Andersonville 

2 Crossville . . . 

3 Coal Creek . . 

4 Clinton 

5 Dayton 

6 Dunlap 

7 Decatur 

8 Evansville . . . 

9 Harriman . . . 

10 Jamestown . . 

11 Jacksboro . . . 

12 Kingston . . . . 

13 LaFollette . . 

14 Pikeville 

15 Petros 

16 Rockwood . . . 

17 Robertsville 

18 Stony Point . 

19 Spring City . 

20 Sequatchie 

21 Whitwell . . . . 



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Total last year. 

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Decrease . . . . 



72 

85 
108 

90 
144 

99 
108 

90 
126 



108 

72 

108 

108 



95 
40 
81 

108 
45 

108 



$1795 



$1821 



$2463 



$ 205 



27 

45 
108 

90 
144 

99 
108 

75 
126 



100 
72 

108 

108 
2 
95 
24 
70 
87 
26 

108 



$1622 

$1581 



$ 41 



$ 26 



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600 

3000 

500 

1500 

700 

650 

675 

1000 

2100 

1000 

1350 

500 

720 

300 

600 

800 

400 

600 

400 

400 

327 

575 

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$18109 



$ 1188 



405 
500 
600 
500 
800 
550 
600 
510 
700 
40 
600 
400 
600 
600 



525 
240 
450 
600 
300 
600 



$10120 



$10189 



600 

540 

3000 

500 

1500 

745 

450 

675 

1000 

2100 

1000 

1350 

253 

720 

135 

600 

671 

326 

600 

387 

330 

162 

575 



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9 

95 

6 

30 

12 

11 

8 

25 

33 

13 

38 

6 

19 

5 

12 

10 

7 

13 

8 

5 

5 

9 



$390 
$390i 



152 
250 
600 
500 
800 
550 
600 
410 
700 
51 
550 
400 
600 
600 
179 
526 
138 
390 
466 
144 
700 



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8 

10 

11 

21 

12 

14 

11 

15 

4 

8 

10 

12 

12 

6 

10 



$ 9305 



$ 8709 



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35 
30 

315 
20 

101 
36 
35 
28 
81 

115 
47 
99 
20 
46 
15 
25 
36 
22 
42 
28 
19 
15 
31 



35 

24 
315 

20 
101 

36 



46 



63 
46 

486 
30 

162 
50 
63 
42 

120 

160 
76 

150 
30 
60 
23 
30 
52 
32 
52 
43 
27 
23 
40 



53 
35 

486 
30 

152 
50 



30 
140 



76 
150 
15 
60 
5 
30 
40 



63 

62 

640 

41 

217 

84 

71 

67 

162 

232 

93 

200 

41 

94 

32 

60 

70 

46 

86 

58 

49 

32 

63 



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41 




217 


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90 




30 




162 


20 


93 




200 


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94 




6 




50 




50 




46 




86 




17 




20 




13 




63 





$ 45 



$1240 



$ 979 



$1202 



$1023 



$ 38 



$ 44 



$209 $129 



$233 



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$ 24 



32 



$162 



33 



$ 648 



$ 475 



$ 463 



$ 12 



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$1819 



$1481 



$2533 



$2040 



$ 146 



$2028 



$1825 



$1722 



66 



$ 605 



$ 318 



80 



$ 209 



$ 344 



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51 
54 
101 
56 
66 
55 
73 
18 
40 
51 
69 
56 
31 
47 
10 
54 
60 
51 
64 



28 
18 
61 
54 
101 
18 
66 
17 
73 
5 
20 
36 
59 
56 
31 
47 
10 
29 
40 



25 



64 



$ 683 



$1025 



$ 812 



$ 860 



$ 823 



$ 185 



$ 32 



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THE HOLSTON ANNUAL 



CHRONOLOGICAL ROLL OF MEMBERS, 1912. 

Clerical Members in the order of their admission into full connection. The year 
of admission on trial, and the year of ordination as Elder are also given. 



Names 



h B 



Names 



c £ 



^ 0) 

r 



John H. Brunner 

David Sullins 

Richard N. Price 

James W. Belt 

Mitchell P. Swaim 

Landon C. Delashmit.. 
Absalom D. Stewart. . . 

Charles K. Miller 

Levi K. Haynes 

Benjamin F. Nuckolls . 

Jacob Smith 

Henry C. Neal 

Charles T. Carroll 

J. Tyler Frazier 

John S. W. Neel 

Kennerly C. Atkins . . . 

Daniel H. Carr 

Milton L. Clendenen... 
Lemuel L. H. Car lock. 



William D. Mitchell 

George D. French 

Tniomas R. Handy 

William C. Garden 

John H. Parrott - 

William R. Bamett 

Joseph A. Bilderback 

Erastus H. Bogle , 

Stephen T. M. McPherson, 

William H. Price , 

J. Wesley Smith 

John M. Wolfe 

James I. Cash 

Daniel S. Hearon 

Ayers Kincaid 

Charles M. James 

William W. Hicks 

James A. Lyons 

John W. Games 

John R. Walker 

Robert A. Owen 

George A. Maiden 

George W. Summers 

Eugene Blake 

John C. Bays 

Richard A. Kelly 

Richard G. Waterhouse 

George W. Jackson 

John L. Prater 

William C. Faris 

David MeCracken 

John E. Naff 

Lemuel M. Cartright 

Stephen S. Catron 

Henry C. Clemens 

Robert T. McDowell 

Thomas C. Schuler 

James O. Straley 

59! Samuel K. Byrd 

60 James E. Bruce 

John W. Browning 

James A. Burrow 

631 Elijah F. Kahle 

641 Frank Alexander 



1849 
1852 
1852 
1854 
1855 
1868 
1860 
1862 
1863 
1863 
1863 
1864 
1867 
1867 
1868 
1869 
1869 
1869 
1870 
1870 
1870 
1871 
1871 
1872 
1873 
1873 
1874 
1874 
1874 
1874 
1874 
1874 
1875 
1875 
1875 
1877 
1877 
1877 
1878 
1878 
1879 
1879 
1879 
1880 
1880 
1880 
1880 
1880 
1881 
1882 
1882 
1882 
1884 
1885 
1885 
1885 
1885 
1886 
1886 
1886 
1886 
1887 
1887 
1887 



65 

66 

67 

68 

69 

70 

711 

721 

73 

74 

75 

76 

77 

78 

79 

80 

81 

82 

83 

84 

85 

86 

87 

88 

89 

90 

91 

92 

93 

94 

95 

96 

97 

98 

99 

100 

101 

102 

103 

104 

105 

106 

107 

108 

109 

110 

111 

112 

113 

114 

115 

116 

117 

118 

119 

120 

121 

122 

123 

124 

125 

126 

127 

128 



Robert S. Umberger. . 

Alfred B. Hunter 

John C. Orr 

Eugene H. Cassidy. . . 
James A. H. Shuler. . 

William R. Snider 

Samuel H. Hall 

John B. Simpson 

Joseph C. Maness.... 

Charles W. Kelley 

Alfred H. Towe 

John H. Duval 

John N. Hobbs 

Joseph A. Darr 

William S. Neighbors. 

Joseph E. Lowry 

Samuel D. Long 

Thomas J. Eskridge. . 

Isaac P. Martin 

Isaac N. Munsey 

Elbert L. Addington. 
Charles R. Brown.... 

Tyler D. Strader 

William E. Bailey 

Edward W. Mort 

William I. Fogleman. 

John M. Romans 

John M. Paxton 

Martin P. Carico 

George M. Moreland. 

John M. Maiden 

James D. McAlister. . 
John W. W. Shuler. . . 

David P. Hurley 

John W. Perry 

Joseph A. Baylor 

John D. Dame 

Elbert N. Woodward . 

Charles E. Steele 

Will L. Sorrell 

James R. Hunter.... 
Michael J. Wysor. . . . 

James E. Spring 

Wheeler M. Morrell.. 

Joel M. Carter 

Sidney B. Vaught. . . . 
James W. Repass . . . . 
Roby K. Sutherland.. 

Frank Jackson 

Robert M. Walker 

Charles E. Painter... 

Jack B. Ward 

Stephen W. Bourne.. 
William C. Crockett.. 

William H. Troy 

Gasper A. Garner.... 

Robert A. Hutsell 

Joseph E. Wolfe 

John A. Early 

William C. Hicks 

John W. Christian . . . 

John B. Frazier 

Edward A. Shugart . . 
Hugh S. Johnston . . . 



1888 
1888 
1888 
1888 
1888 
1888 
1888 
1889 
1889 
1889 
1889 
1889 
1890 
1890 
1889 
1890 
1891 
1891 
1891 
1891 
1891 
1891 
1892 
1892 
1892 
1892 
1892 
1893 
1893 
1893 
1893 
1893 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1897 
1897 
1897 
1897 
1897 
1898 
1898 
1898 
1898 
1898 
1898 
1898 
1899 



'91 



'94 
'94 
'96 

'94 

'96 
'95 
•99 
'9S 
'00 
'9« 
•96 
•92 
•97 
•00 
'97 
'97 
'97 

'99 
'98 
•98 
•98 
•98 
•10 
99 
•10 
'98 
'99 
99 
99 
'07 

07 
'00 
'OS 
'00 

•08 
'01 
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THB HOLSTON ANNUAL 123 

CHRONOLOGICAL ROLL OF MEMBERS, 1912.— Continued. 



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129 
130 
131 
132 
133 
134 
135 
136 
137 
138 
139 
140 
141 
142 
143 
144 
145 
146 
147 
148 
149 
160 
151 
152 
153 
154 
155 
156 
157 
158 
159 
160 
161 
162 
163 
164 
165 
166 
167 
168 
169 
170 
171 
172 
173 
174 
175 
176 
177 
178 
179 
180 
181 
182 
183 
184 



John W. Rader 

John P. Jones 

Caughey A. Beard 

James T. Guy 

Barron W. Lee 

James L. Mullens 

Keener W. Cox 

James R. Brown 

Hale S. Hamilton 

George C. Rector* 

George W. Simpsonf 

Thomas Priddy 

Edward E. Wiley 

Walter Hodge 

N. Rhea Cartright 

Samuel P. Douglas* 

John M. Crowet 

Samuel V. Morell 

Thomas S. Hamilton 

James F. Barnett 

John M. Moser 

John W. Helvey 

J. Rutledge King 

Wiley M. Ellis 

Horace B. Wilson 

David T. Miles 

Lyle M. Neel 

Richard C. Camper 

Elbert H. Cole 

William S. Lyons 

William M. Patty 

James H. Wagner 

Lewis W. Pierce 

Thomas J. Houts 

Andrew M. Quails 

David F. Wyrick 

Lorenzo D. Yost 

James C. Logan 

Leonard J. Williams 

Walter S. Hendricks 

Charles R. Melton 

George S. Wagner 

Sterling A. Neblett 

Carroll H. Varner* 

Sanders S. Boyer (c) . . . . 

William B. Belchee 

Joseph B. Ely 

James M. Walker 

Jerome V. Hall 

Hugh B. Brown 

George S. Wood 

John N. Smith 

Charles W. Dean 

Charles G. Hounshell 

Pharaoh L. Cobb 

James H. Summitt 



1899 
1899 
1900 
1900 
1900 
1900 
1901 
1901 
1901 
1903 
1903 
1903 
1903 
1903 
1903 



'05 



1904 
1904 
]904 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 



'09 



1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 
1907 



185 

186 

187 

188 

189 

190 

191 

192 

193 

194 

195 

196 

19 

198 

199 

200 

201 

202 

203 

204 

205 

206 

207 

208 

209 

210 

211 

212 

213 

214 

215 

216 

217 

218 

219 

220 

221 

222 

223 

224 

2251 

226 

227 

228 

229 

230 

231 

232 

233 

234 

235 

236 

237 

238 

2391 

( 
I 



Zech. D. Holbrook* 

Kemper G. Munsey 

Robert B. Piatt, Jr 

Battle McLester 

William R. Carbaugh 

John W. Stewart 

Rufus M. Standifert 

N. M. Watson 

Newton F. Walker (c) 

James A. Ellison* 

Isaac T. Cameron* 

Arthur D. Thomt 

James A. L. Perkinsf 

John S. Henley 

Samuel A. McCanless 

Arthur B. Moore 

Charles A. Pangle 

Sanders S. Kreger 

George L. Lambert 

John A. Morrow* 

Charles C. Cecil* 

Francis M. Buhrman* 

Charles C. Weaver* 

William N. Wagner* 

William H. Briggs 

George T. Jordan 

Harry S. Hutsell 

William C. Thompson 

Silas A. McGhee (d) 

John L. Scott (b) 

Frank M. Reynolds 

Charles N. Kennedy 

James H. ITmberger 

William H. Walker 

Bruce N. Waterhotise 

Jesse F. Benton 

Harry E. Bradshaw 

William T. Evans 

Marvin G. Maiden 

William D. Dew 

Barney Thompson* 

T. R. Wolfe* 

Will L. Patton (e) 

Washington D. Farmer (b) 

Frank R. Snavely (e) 

Samuel D. Lambert 

Samuel L. Browning 

William E. Browning 

Chapman K. Wingo 

Charles R. Jones 

Ernest M. Rite hey 

French Wampler 

James L. James* 

Charles T. Gray (e) 

George R. Stuartf 



1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 



1889 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 
1909 



1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 



1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1911 



1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 



* Transfer. 
t Readmitted. 

(b) From M. E. Church. 

(c) From Cumberland Presbytarian Cfauroh. 

(d) From United Brethren. 
<e) From Baptist Church. 



124 



THB HOLSrON ANNUAL 
CONFERENCE DIRECTORY, 1912-1913. 



Name 


Post Office 


Appointment 


1 Addington, E. L.* 


Rural Retreat, Va 




2 Alexander, F.* 


Indian Springs, Tenn 




3 Atkins, K. C* 




4 Bailey, W. E.* 


Tate Spring, Tenn 


Tate Spring 


5 Barnett, J F * 


Etowah, Tenn 




6 Barnett, W. R.* 






7 Baylor, J. A.*. . . 


Bristol, Tenn 


State Street 


8 Bays, J. C * 






9 Beard, C. A 






10 Belchee, W. B 






11 Belt, J. W 






12 Benton, J. F.* 


South Pittsburg, Tenn 


South Pittsburg 


13 Bilderback, J A.*.. . . 




14 Blake, Eugene* 

15 Bogle, E. H.* 


Sweetwater, Tenn., R. 1 . . . . 


Pres. Hiwassee College 


16 Bourne, S W * . . . 


Gary W. Va 


Gary 


17 Boyer S S * 




Ridgedale 
New Hope 


18 Bradshaw, H. E.* 

19 Briggs, W. H.* 

20 Brown C R * 


Sweetwater, Tenn., R. F. D.. 
Clinton Tenn 


Tazewell, Va 


Supernumerary 


21 Brown H B * 




22 Brown, J. R.* 

23 Browning, J. W.* 

24 Browning, S. L 

26 Browning, W. E 


Sweetwater, Tenn 


Sweetwater 

Maryville 

Madisonville 

Parrottsville 

Superannuate 


Madisonville, Tenn 

Parrottsville, Tenn 

Bland, Va 


27 Brunner, J. H 


Sweetwater, Tenn., R. 1 . . . . 






29 Burrow J A * 


Chattanooga Tenn 




30 Byrd, S. K.* 


Mechanicsburg, Va 

Welch W Va 




31 Cameron I T * 


Missionary to Italians 
Jacksboro 


32 Camper, R. C* 

33 Carbaugh, W. R.* 

34 Carden, W. C* 

35 Carico, M. P 

36 Carlock L L H * 


LaFollette, Tenn 


Alton Park, Tenn 

Wytheville Va 


Superannuate 

Wytheville 

Vice-Pres. Sullins Col. 

Superannuate 

Superannuate 

Superannuate 

Superannuate 


Bristol Va 






38 Games, J. W.* 

39 Carr D H ♦ 


Fountain City, Tenn., R. 4. 
Bluefield W. Va 


40 Carroll C T * .... 




41 Carter J M * 


Bluefield W. Va 


42 Cartright, L. M.* 

43 Cartright, N. R 

44 Cash, J. I.* 

45 Cassidy, E. H.* 

46 Catron, S. S.* 

47 Cecil C. C* 






Dublin, Va 


Dublin 

Supernumerary 
Radford District 
St. Elmo 
Supernumerary 
Pageton 


RnHfnrd Va 




Ridgedale, Tenn 

Pageton, W. Va 


48 Christian, J. W 


49 Clemens H C 




50 Clendenen, M. L 

51 Cobb, P. L.* 


Bristol, Tenn 

Chattanooga, Tenn 

Pennington Gap, Va 


Superannuate 
Highland Park 


52 Cole, E. H.* 


Pennington Gap 


53 Cox K W.* 




54 Crockett, W. C* 

55 Crowe, J. M.* 


Spring Valley, Va 

Pulaski, Va 

Bluff City, Tenn 


Sprinp: Valley 
Pulaski 




Bluff City 


57 Darr J A.* 




Superannuate 
Welch 


58 Dean C W * 


Welch W Va 


59 Delashmit L C 




Superannuate 


60 Dew W D* 




61 Douglas, S. P 

62 Duvall J A • 






Bristol Tenn 




63 Early J A.* 






64 Ellis W M* 


Cumberland Gap, Tenn... . 

Mosheim, Tenn 

Athens, Tenn 


Cumberland Gap 


65 Ellison, J. A.* 

66 Ely .IB* 


Mosheim 
Athens 


67 Eskridge, T. J.* 

68 Evans W T ♦ 


St Elmo Tenn 


Knoxville District 




Sequatchie 


69 Faris, W. C* 


Chattanooga, Tenn 


Superannuate 







Member of Brotherhood. 



THE HOLSTON ANNUAL 125 

CONFERENCE DIRECTORY, 1912-1913.— Continued. 



Name 


Post Office 


Appointment 


70 Farmer W. D.* 






71 Fogleman, W. I.* 

72 Frazier, J. B.* 


Johnson City, Tenn 

Cavete, Philippine Islands . . . 


Johnson City Circuit 
Chaplain in U. S. Navy 
Missionary Evangelist 
Abingdon District 


73 Frazier, J. T 


74 French, G. D.* 




75 Gray, C. T.* 




76 Guy, J. T.* 






77 Hall, J. v.* 




Elk Creek 


78 Hall, S. H.* 






79 Hamilton, H. S 






80 Hamilton, T. S.* 

81 Handy, T. R.* 


Chattanooga, Tenn 


Trinity 
Supernumerary 


82 Haynes, L. K 




83 Hearon, D. S.* 


Gate City, Va 


Gate City 


84 Helvey, J. W.* 




85 Hendricks. W. S.* 






86 Henley J. S.* 


Kingsport, Tenn 

Morristown, Tenn 

Burke's Garden, Va 

Morristown, Tenn 

Bland Va 


Kingsport 


87 Hicks, W. C 


Supernumerary 


88 Hicks, W. W.* 


89 Hobbs, J. N 


Superannuate 


90 Hodge, Walter* 


Bland 


91 Holbrook, Z. D 


Eckman, W. Va 


Eckman and Keystone 


92 Hoss, E. E.* 




93 Hounshell, C. G 




Missionary to Korea 


94 Houts, T. J.* 


Blountville, Tenn 


Blountville 


95 Hunter, A. B.* 






96 Hunter, J. R.* 




Prof, in E. & H. College 
Saltville 


97 Hurley, D. P.* 


Saltville Va 


98 Hutsell, H. S.* 






99 Hutsell, R. A.* 


Straw Plains, Tenn 

Bluefield, W. Va 


Superannuate 


100 Jackson, Frank* 


Bland Street 


101 Jackson G. W 






102 James, C. M 


Mt. Vernon, Tenn 




103 James, J. L 


Prof, in E. & H. College 
Cedar Bluff 


104 Johnston. H S.* 


Cedar Bluff. Va 


105 Jones, C. R 


Whitwell, Tenn 


Whitwell 


106 Jones, J. F.* 

107 Jordan, G- T.* 


Cedar Springs. Va 

Ceres Va 


Cedar Springs 


108 Kahle E F * .... 




Sec. Children's H. Soc. 


109 Kelley C W * . . . . 


W^heville Va 


110 Kelly, R. A.* 


St Elmo, Tenn 


Supernumerary 


111 Kennedy. C. JI.* 

112 Kincaid A * 


Pineville W Va 






113 King, J. R.* 






114 Kreger, S. S.* 

115 Lambert, G L.* 


E. Chattanooga, Tenn 


King Memorial 


116 Lambert S D * 


Fries Va 




117 Lee B. W 




East Park 


118 Logan, J. C.* 

119 Long, S. D.* 


Bull's Gap Tenn 


Bull's Gap 

Pres. M. W. College 


Abingdon, Va 


120 Lowry J. E.* 






121 Lyons, J. A.* 

122 Lyons, W. S.* 


Glade Spring, Va., R. F. D.. 


Supernumerary 
Mabeury and Coaldale 


123 Maiden, G. A.* 






124 Maiden, M. G.* 

125 Maiden, J. M.* 


Andersonville. Tenn 

Glenford, Va 


Andersonville 


126 Maness, J. C 






127 Martin, L P.* 


Big Stone Gap. Va 


Big Stone Gap District 


128 McAlister, J. D 

129 McGhee, S. A.* 

130 McCanless, S. A 


Richmond. Va.. Box 289 

Church Hill. Tenn 

Grant, Va 


Sec. Anti-Saloon Leagrue 

Hawkins 

Grant 


131 McCracken, D.* 

132 McDowell, R. T 


Surgoinsville. Tenn 


Supernumerary 
Bristol Circuit 


133 McLester. Battle 

134 McPherson, S. T. M.*... 

135 Melton, C. R 


Chattanooga, Tenn 

Straw Plains, Tenn 

Galax Va 


Supernumerary 
Straw Plains 


136 Miller, C. K 


Rural Retreat, Va 




137 Miles, D. T.* 




Staffordsville 


138 Mitchell. W. D.* 


Radford, Va 


Superannuate 









* Member of Brotherhood. 



126 THE HOLSTON ANNUAL 

CONFERENCE DIRECTORY, 1912-1913.— Continued. 



Name 


Post Office 


Appointment 


] 39 Moore, A. B 






1 40 Moreland, G. M.* 


Big Stone Gap, Va 


Big Stone Gap 
Radford 


141 Morell, S. V.* 


Radford, Va 


142 Morrell, W. M.* 


Johnson City, Tenn 


Munsey Memorial 

Newport 

Rich Valley 


144 Mort E W* 


Saltville, Va., R. 1 


145 Moser, J. M 




146 Mullens J. L.* 


St. Paul, Va 




147 Munsey I. N.* 


Floyd, Va 


Floyd 

Eggleston 

Field Agt. M. W. College 

Superannu."\te 

Missionary to Cuba 

Galax 


148 Munsey, K. G.* 




149 Naff, J. E.* 




150 Neal H. C 




151 Neblett S. A.* 




152 Neel J S W.* 


Galax Va 


153 Neel L. M.* 


Bloomingdale, Tenn 

Bristol, Va 


Superannuate 

Pres. Sullins College 

Superannuate 


154 Neighbors, W. S.* 

155 Nuckolls B F 


Galax Va 


156 Orr J C * 






Morristown, Tenn 

Athens, W. Va 




158 Painter, C. E.* 




Spring City, Tenn 

Morristown, Tenn 

Jefferson City, Tenn 


Spring City 

Superannuate 

Jefferson City 

Abingdon Circuit 

Independence 

Dickensonville 

Centenary 




161 Patton. W. L.* 

1 R9 Pattv W M * 






164 Perkins, J. A. L.* 

1 AK Ppn-v J W * 


Castlewood, Va., R. 4 

Chattanooga, Tenn 

Williamson. W. Va 




167 Piatt, R. B., Jr.* 


Epworth 

Mary Street 

Holston Historiaa 

Supernumerary 

Centenary 

Nifkelsvillp 


Bristol Va 










171 Priddy, Thomas* 










East Radford 

Cleveland 

Virginia Avenue 

Stony Point & Grassy C. 


174 Rector, G. C* 

17K PonnRR J W* ....'.... 




Bristol Tenn 


176 Reynolds, F. M.* 


Andersonville, Tenn 

Sweetwater, Tenn., R. F. D.. 




Superannuate 

Marion 

Jones ville 

Harriman District 

Princeton 

Bramwell 

Supernumerary 

Davy and Twin Branch 

Superannuate 

Surgoinsville 

Supernumerary 


179 Schuler. T, C* 






181 Shugart, E. A.* 

182 Shuler, J. A. H.* 

183 Shuler, J. W. W.* 






Bramwell "W Va 




186 Simpson, J. B.* 


Davy W Va 


Wytheville Va 




Rogersville, Tenn., R. 2 

Chattanooga, Tenn 




189 Snavely, F. R.* 

1Qft S!ni<1p-r W R* 






1Q1 «?orTpll W L * .... 


Wise, Va 


Wise 


192 Standifer, R. M.* 






Wytheville, Va 


Wytheville Circuit 
Superannuate 
Rocky Gap 






195 Stewart, J. W.* 






197 Straley, J. 0.* 










1QQ ^siillinq D • 


Knoxville Tenn 


Ass'te Pres. Centenary C. 
Prof, in Sullins College 




Bristol Va 


201 Summitt, J. H.* 

202 Swaim M P 








203 Spring, J. E 






204 Sutherland, R. K.* 


Bristol, Tenn 


Agt. E. & H. College 


205 Thompson, Barney 

206 Thompson, W. C 

''07 ThTn A S 


Cleveland, Tenn 




Tom's Creek, Va 




Athens, W. Va 











* Member of Brotherhood. 



THB HOLSTON ANNUAL 12T 

CONFERENCE DIRECTORY, 1912-1913.— Continued. 



Name 


Post Office 


Appointment 


208 Towe, A. H 






209 Troy, W. H.* 






210 Umberger, J. H.* 






211 Umberger, R. S.* 


Athens W. Va 




212 Varner, C. H.* 


LaFollette, Tenn 


LaFollette 


213 Vaught. S. B.* 

214 Wagner, G. S.* 

215 Wagner, J. H.* 

216 Wagner, W. N.* 

217 Walker. J. M.* 

218 Walker J R.* 




Abingdon 

Superannuate 

A.ppalachia 








Mountain City, Tenn 

Foster Falls, Va 


Mountain City 


219 Walker N F* 


Fall Branch, Tenn 


Fall Branch 


220 Walker, R. M.* 

221 Walker, W. H.* 

222 Wampler, French* 

223 Ward, J. B.* 


Elizabethton, Tenn 

Knoxville, Tenn., R. 6 

Fountain City, Tenn 

Bluefield, W. Va 


Elizabethton 
Macedonia 
Fountain City 
Bluefield District 


224 Waterhouse, R. G.* 






225 Waterhouse, B. N.* 






226 Watson, N. M.* 




Broad Street 


227 Weaver, C. C* 




Pres. E. & H. C€«eee 


228 Wiley, E. E.» 

229 Williams, L. J.* 

230 Wilson H B * 


Tazewell, Va 


Rossville, Ga., R. 1 


Superannuate 
Dunlap 


231 Wingo, C. K 




232 Wolfe J. E.* 


Chattanooga, Tenn 

Dryden, Va 


Whiteside Street 


233 Wolfe J M.* 




234 Wolfe' T R. 


Bristol, Tenn 




235 Wood G. S.* 






236 Woodward, E. N.» 

237 Wyrick, D. F.* 


N. Chattanooga, Tenn 

Louisville, Tenn 


N. ChattanootrS' 


238 Wysor, M. J.» 






239 Yost, L. D.* 













Member of Brotherhood. 



PREACHERS ON TRIAL. 



Name 


Post Office 


Appointment 


1 Beard, S. C* 




Rogers ville 
Chattaroy 
Coal Creek 


2 Brooks, T. E.* 


Chattaroy W. Va 


3 Burris, L. M.* 


Coal Creek, Tenn 


4 Dykes, W. L 






5 Fiaher, E. W.* 


Mora. W. Va 




6 Ganoway, G. 0.» 

7 Havens, R. N 


Stickleyville, Va 


Stickleyville 

leager and Glen Alum- 


leager W. Va 


8 Hawk Carlock* 






Chattanooga, Tenn 

Robertsville, Tenn ^. 




10 Hightower, W. E 

11 Kelso, H. E.* 


Robertsville 


12 McConnell, E. L 






13 Patty, G. K.* 








Hillsville, Va 


Hillsville 


15 Reynolds, L. S.* 






16 Reynolds, R. G.* 






17 Thomas, A. J.* 


E. Chattanooga. Tenn 

Philidelphia. Tenn 

Rock, W. Va 




18 Waters, Bascom 

19 Watkins, J. H 


Philadelphia 
Rock 


20 Wilhelm, H. V 






21 Wright, C. H 




Sugar Grove 


22 Wright, O. C 


Trenton, Ga 


Trenton 









* Mem.ber of Brotherhood. 



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THE HOLSrON ANNUAL 

SUPPLIES. 



Name 


Post Office 


Appointmeat 


1 Bailey, P. E 






2 Baker, W. N 




Clinchport 


3 Ballard, Robert 




4 Blankenship W. J 


Glen Alum, W. Va 




5 Boyd, H. M 




Big Sandy 


6 Boyd, W. A 








Dayton 






9 Cline C. R 






10 Emmett G. C 


Fountain City, Tenn 

Mullins W Va 


Washington Pike 


11 Fitch B W 








13 Gaines, L R 


Del Rio Tenn 




14 Gose W A 


Belfast Va 


Belfast 


15 Hillman. H. K 








Abingdon, Va., R. 4 


Junior Supply 


17 Ledford J. F 


18 Maberry, L. D 




Blue Ridge 


19 McConnell, S. W 




20 Miller W R 






21 Morris, J. W 




Junior Supply 


22 Pendleton, F. L 


Tazewell, Tenn 


23 Randall, Z. B 










Hubbard Springs 


25 Shelley, G. M 






26 Shuler, W. M 






27 Smith, D. L 


Hilton, Va 


Hilton 


28 Smith E. G 




Coahvood and Premier 


29 Spitzer J D 


North Fork W. Va 


North Fork & Crozier 














32 Tomlinson, A. M 




Carlock Circuit 


33 Warner, W. A 


Oakvale, W. Va 




34 Williams C H 


McDowell, W. Va 


McDowell 


35 Wise, B. C 


Matoka, W. Va 




36 Yost W. W. 


Kimball, W. Va 


Kimball 









THB HOLSTON ANNUAL 129 

BOARDS AND COMMITTEES. 



Admission — ^D. P. Hurley, J. I. Cash, S. W. Bourne. 

Trial Examination — G. C. Rector, J. W. Browning, J. B. Ely. 

Class of the First Year— J. T. Guy, G. W. Summers, R. A. Owen. 

Class of the Second Year — J. E. Lowry, J. R, Walker, H. B. Brown. 

Class of the Third Year— E. N. Woodward, W. L. Sorrell, R. A. 
Hutsell. 

Class of the Fourth Year— D. S. Hearon, W. M. Morrell, M. P. 
Carico. 

Conference Relations — Cartright, Rev. L. M.; Christian, Rev. J. 
W.; Crockett, Rev. W. C; Crowe, Rev. J. M.; Barnett, Rev. J. F.; 
Ellison, Rev. J. A.; Fogleman, Rev. W. I.; Houts, Rev. T. J.; Morrell, 
Rev. W. M.; Paxton, Rev. J. M. 

Bible Board — Cartright, Rev. N. R., Secretary; Cole, Rev. E. H.; 
Dean, Rev. C. W.; Hall, Rev. S. H.; Hutsell, Rev. H. S.; Logan, Rev. 
J. C; Lyons, Rev. W. S., President; Morell, Rev. S. V., Treasurer; Mc- 
Canless, Rev. S. A.; Neel, Rev. J. S. W. 

Sunday School Board — Barnett, Mr. J. H.; Boyer, Rev. S. S., Treas- 
urer and Superintendent of Supplies; Carter, Mr. F. A.; Counts, Mr. 
C. Q.; Dew, Rev. W. D.; Durham, Mr. R. L.; Ford, Mr. T. P.; Guy, 
Rev. J. T.; Holbrook, Rev. Z. D.; Kreger, Rev. S. S.; Laird, Mr. J. R.; 
Lyons, Rev. J. A., President; Morrow, Rev. J. A.; Pangle, Rev. C. A.; 
Pierce, Rev. L. W.; Pless, Mr. D. A.; Reynolds, Mr. J. H.; Staley, Mr. 
H. B.; Thomas, Rev. L. M., Secretary; Wagner, Rev. W. N. 

Board of Church Extension — Akers, Mr. B. W.; Brown, Rev. J. R.; 
Cantrell, Mr. J. M.; Cecil, Mr. A. G.; East, Mr. J. H.; Hodge, Rev. 
Walter, Secretary; Huntsman, Mr. J. N.; Kahle, Rev. E. F., Treasurer; 
Kelly, Mr. J. L.; McLester, Rev. Battle; Shuff, Mr. W. H.; Slemp, Hon, 
C. B.; Stafford, Mr. J. R.; Standifer, Rev. R. M.; Stewart, Rev. J. W.; 
Stinson, Mr. Jno. H.; Vaught, Rev. S. B., President; Whitehead, Mr. 
Harry; Wysor, Rev. M. J., Vice President; Yost, Rev. L. D. 

Board of Missions — Allen, Mr. W. B.; Belchee, Rev. W. B.; Browne, 
Mr. J. Milton, Treasurer; Burns, Judge W. E.; Carter, Rev. J. M., 
President; Cobb, Rev. P. L., Conference Missionary Secretary; Hunter, 
Rev. A. B.; Hughes, W. W., Esq.; Jackson, Judge M. H.; Lotspeich, Mr. 
Edgar; Maiden, Rev. G. A.; McCanless, M. C, Esq.; Pennington, R. L. 
Esq.; Reynolds, Mr. A. D.; Schuler, Rev. T. C; Vaughan, Rev. T. C; 
Wolfe, Rev. J. E. 

Joint Board of Finance — Bates, Creed, F., President; Bernard, Mr. 
S. M.; Bilderback, Rev. J. A.; Blanchard, Mr. S. C; Cash, Rev. J. I., 
Secretary; Copenhaver, Mr. E. M.; Glendye, Mr. C. D.; Hicks, Rev. 



130 THB HOLSTON ANNUAL 

W. W.; Hillman, Mr. T. B.; Honaker, M. H., Esq.; Kelly, Rev. R. A.; 
Reeves, Col. E. C; Simpson, Rev. J. B.; Smith, Rev. J. W., Treasurer; 
St. Clair, Mr. A.; Steele, Rev. C. E., Assistant Secretary; Thorn, Rev. 
A. S.; Ward, Rev. J. B.; Wilson, Rev. H. B.; Woodward, Rev. E. N. 

Board of Education — Blake, Rev. Eugene; Hamilton, Rev. T. S.; 
Hunter, Rev. J. R.; Lambert, Rev. G. A.; Lee, Rev. B. W.; Long, Rev. 
S. D.; Longley, Judge Selden; Martin, Rev. I. P., President; Mellen, 
Mr. G. F.; Mullens, Rev. J. L., Treasurer; Neighbors, Rev. W. S.; 
Shugart, Rev. E. A.; Shuler, Rev. J. A. H.; Stuart, Mr. H. C; Suther- 
land, Rev. R. K.; Umberger, Rev. J. H.; Watson, Rev. N. M.; Weaver, 
Rev. C. C; Wiley, Rev. E. E.; Winslow, Mr. H. M. 

Epworth League Board — Brown, Rev. C. R.; Camper, Rev. R. C; 
Cox, Rev. K. W.; Ely, Rev. J. B.; Frazier, Mr. W. H.; Green, Mr. Clyde; 
Guy, Rev. J. T.; Hamilton, Mr. E, C; Hargraves, Mr. Boyd; Jackson, 
Rev. Frank; Kelso, Rev. H. E., Secretary; Moser, Rev. J. M.; Munsey, 
Rev. K. G.; Paxton, Rev. J. M.; Priddy, Rev. Thomas; Quessenberry, 
Rev. M.; Quillian, Mr. C. E.; Sharp, Mr. R. S.; Shuler, Rev. J. A. H.; 
Towe, Rev. A. H.; Wampler, Rev. French. 

Committee on Conference Evangelism — Baylor, Rev. J. A.; Carter, 
Rev. J. M.; Cobb, Rev. P. L.; Hurt, Mr. W. W.; Maiden, Rev. G. A. 

Trustees of Conference Funds — Carlock, Rev. L. L. H.; Maiden, 
Rev. G. A.; Reeves, Col. E. C. 

Midland Methodist Commission — Carico, Rev. M. P.; Bates, Creed 
F., Esq.; Burrow, Rev. J. A. 

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