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By Stock, Shelor Hughs & Sholor.
THE NR?HT TllE^AV
WALHALLA, SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDI?]>AY
: THOU CANST NOT THEN BF FALSE TO ANY MAS.
Now Series No. 717-Volunte LXXIL-No. 13.
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LUTHERAN WOMEN MET HERE
Last Week in Session US Missionary
Union of H. C. Synod.
Nearly ono hundred delegates to
tho Missionary Convention, composed
of tho women in the South Carolina
Lutheran Synod gathored in old S*.
John's Lutheran church In Walhalla
last week for a session running over
a period of throe days. Mrs. M. O. J.
Krops, of Columbia, is president of
tho the missionary soeiotles of tho
Lutheron church in this State, and
she presided over tho meetings. Sho.
is an aggressive worker, and this lino
of church work has dcvolopod tn ac
tivity in tho past few years.
??. Since the merging of the Luther
ans, North and South', tho women's
work has also token a broader scope.
Formerly they wore Interested only
in mission work in Japan, hut now
they have part in ibo work in India,
Africa, Danish Wost Indies, China,
South America and in the rehabilita
tion of Christianity in tho war-torn
lands of Europe.
They are also supporting the homo
mission work. This past year those
women In South Carolina have taken
it upon themselves to do their part,
in. Christian work at Hock Hill
among thc students at Winthrop Col
Tho First President of Society.
At one of the carly sessions of tho
convention somo one Of tho delegates
recalled tho fact that the Hrst presi
dent of the Woman's Missionary So
ciety of tho Lutheran church iu this
State is now living In Walhalla, lt
was recalled that '?7 years ago Mrs.
Stock occupied tho oltlco of president
and that this was tho hnglnnlng of
missionary activity by tho Lutheran
women. Mrs. Stock is tho widow of
Dr. J. Steele, a Lutheran minister.
Sho is an invalid from a fall she had
several years ago, but still takes an
activo Interest in her church. All of
her children aro now living In Wal
halla to-day, they being Mrs. L. A.
Frohst, Mrs. H. T. Jaynes, Miss Kate
Steck, Mrs. Ella H. Rogers and J. A.
Tho convention, loaming those
facts, decided to do her ?in honor.
They unanimously voled hor a lifo
member, which moans a paid-up
membership for life. Then a coninilt
too was appointed to visit hor and
present her with a badge of niombor
ship and a handsomo bouquet of
Mrs. J. L. Wyse, who was tho first
secretary of that first missionary so
ciety, waa ofto of tho mombers of tho
commlttcn to visit Mrs. Stock, who
Is SO years of ago and lives with her
daughter, Miss Ka to ,whb gave up
her chosen work of teaching and is
giving her services to tho caro of her
Dr. M. O. J. Krops, of Columbia,
and Rev. II. J. Rlnok, president of
tho South Carolina Synod, woro In
attendance on tho convontion.
All reports coiqing in to tho con
vontion proved that this is a banner
yoar. Somo Christians aro really
giving to tho work Of tho - church
rather than "taking a collection.
They aro beginning to bolioyo that
tho day may somo Hmo como to tho
Christian church whon mon And wo
mon will mako it a part of the busi
yiioss of lifo to give in dollars and not
in pennies to Hie greatest business
enterprise in tho world
Tho add ross at 8 o'clock Wodnos
day night was delivered by Dr, A. J.
Howers, pastor of tho Luthoran
church nt Croon wood. Roth Dr. and
Mrs. DoWers attended tho convon
tion. Thoy hovo a daughter, Miss
Mary Lou Howers, who has hoon for
some yonrs a missionary in Japan.
Dr. Bowors made an oxcollont ad
Mrs. M. O. J. Krops, of Columbia,
oponed tho convontion Tuesday night
and mudo a vory forceful address,
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reviewing tho work of the Lutheran
women In tho United States, which
began a little more than a generation
ago, and showed how this beginning
had widened in inlluencc and useful
ness, and how the spirit of mission
ary activity had gone on increasing.
Work at Rock Hill has been taken
over by this body, and tho Synod has
approved their purpose to do this
work ns their very own. They are
planning tho expenditure of $20,000
or $25,000 there in tho development
of the work so as to care for tho Lu
theran girls who may bo studonts ot
Winthrop Collego in tho yoars to
Mrs. Krops mentioned that this
convention, had given threo of tts
daughters to foreign ! service "arid
threo to deaconess work. Sho em
phasized tho importance of remind
ing the young men and women in the
hornes and church of the call of the
church to Christian service. Soino of
tho president's recommendations to
be acted on at this session were:
1. That they bo responsible for the
erection of a church and pastor's
house at Rock Hill.
2. That they make special gifts to
tho girls' school in Japan. (Tho lo
cation has been decided on and ibo
grounds paid for.
That tho church people enter a
sphere of larger giving and ask for
spocilled amounts to carry on tho
needed work in all departments so
as to extend the sphere of usefulness.
4. That inner mission work in all
Us phases be encouraged, and that
they seek to organize more perfectly
5. That thoy argo representation
at tho summer Rchool of ono woman
from each society.
A very Interesting feature of the
Tuesday evening session was tho "yet
together" meeting, when many old
acquaintances wore renewed and now
Thoso who wero hostesses of the
delogates planned several pleasure
trips for tho visitors, but tho presi
dent reminded tho delogates that tho
time was short rfnd that they wore
hero for sorious business.
On Wednesday night tho president,
Mrs. M.* O. J. Krops, was taken by
sudden surprise whon Rev. H. J.
Black, president of tho Synod, came
before tho convention and in a most
appropriate and pleasing spooch pre
sented her with a handsome gold
watch. Ho staled that tills was a
token of tho esteem and love in
which she was held by her co-work
ers in their'efforts for the ^church,
and in recognition of her valuable
and untiring sorvico of twenty con
secutivo years as an officer In the
Woman's Missionary Convention.
This ls the longos? servico ns an ofll
eer any ono has bad slnco Ino work
began ovor thirty-seven yoars ago.
Whllo takon by surprise yet so '
richly endowod, she ls always ready
in mind and heart for all occasions,
and af rs. Kreps made a very touch
ing responso, stating that whllo she
appreciated tho token of lovo and
confidence bestowod upon her, that
sho needed no greater loward than
tho lovo she had in rendering that
sorvico to tho Master, and tho Joy
that carno as a reward of having
Tho devotional services Thursday
morning wore conducted by Miss A.
W. Finnstrom, of Columbia. She is
well known throughout tho Stnlo ns
tho devoted matron and workor in
tho Door of Dope Mission in Colum
bia. Her talk on tho Risen .Christ
and tho woman at tho sepulchre was
vory lmprossivo. She spoko of how
tho woman wont out Into tho world
nt tho command of tho Master with
tho Christ living in her hoart.
A largo congregation assembled on
Thursday night to hear addresses by
Rev. IT. J. Black and Sister Laura
r; il li la nd, a denconoss and returned
missionary from Liberia, Africa', She
gavo Homo vory interesting facts con
corning tho great continont of Africa,
iy for Cash.
FIFTEEN LIVES LOST IN FIRE
In Now York When Tenement Hums.
Victims Mostly Children.
New York, Oct .22.--Fifteen per
sons,' most of them children, lost
their UVOB onliy to-day in a dre, be
lieved by city officials to have been
the work of a pyromaniac. Tho Aro
swept with murderous suddenness
from collar to attic of a 'flve-siory
brick tenement nt Lexington avenue
and 110th street, in the thickly pop
ulated East Side. .
Tho blaze apparently started in a
baby carriage under tho stairs in'a
lower hall under almost identical
circumstances as thc recent incen
diary dre In an upper Weat Side
apartment' house, which rosultcd in
seven donths. So . quickly did the
dames spread through the building
that a huinbor of tho dead were
found in bed, burned or suffocated
without tho slightest opportunity to
Nathan Silver and four of his chil
dron were nurong, the victims. Mr.
and Mrs. Abraham Matilsky and Sid
ney and Catherine Sagarman, bro
ther and sister of Mrs. Matilsky, also
Several tenants! parched Q\\ upper
story windows, threatened to jump,
but were prevailed upon by firemen
to remain until ladders could bo
raised. Ono aged woman, Mrs. Mary
Inglass, disregarded ibo warning and
toa ped from tho fourth floor, receiv
ing injuries which caused her death
While tho firemen wore at work on
tho second and preparing to fight
their way to tho one above, the third
floor collapsed, but not before a
warning roar had sent tho firemen to
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Have You Planted Creen Feed for
Green feeds aro a very necessary
part of the hon's ration and should
bo supplied to her when confined to
small yards during tho winter^ after
tho frost has killed the vegetation.
Freo rango ox..largp .yAr4t??J^*ta'
grass, alfalfa or clover Will" furnish
ideal green food. Where smallor
yards aro us?d,^ they should be di
vided, if possible, into two parts and
used alternately, planting tho vacant
yard sevoral times with a quick
growing green 'crop, sut?h as rape,
oats, wheat, rye or barley. In this
way groen food is supplied, and lt
helps to koop tho ground cloan and
sweet. Other green feeds that can
bc fed, especially in winter, are Hie
sprouted oats, alfalfa moni, chopped
alfalfa, clover , hay, cabbage, and
mangel beets. Cabbages can bo fed
by suspending them by*moans of a
cord hung up in tho poultry house,
and the birds receivo some oxerciso
while eating lt. Tho beets are usu
ally split and stuck on a nail on the
side wall of tho poultry house. When
oats aro used for sprouting, thoy
should bo of a good grado. Soak
them over night in warm water and
spread out one-half to ono inch thick
on trays having perforated bottoms.
Water tho oats thoroughly each day
and turn the trays around so as to
bring each sido noar tho light in or
der Lo oncourago an even growth.
Koop tho trays in a temperately
heated place and stir tho oats each
day until tho sprouts begin to form.
Sprouted oats aro fed when tho
sprouts aro from two lo four inches
high. Tho sod is romoved, broken
Into chunks and fed in troughs or on
clean litter. From ono to two square
Inches for each hen should bo fed nt
Why Oreen and Succulent Feeds
1. Fowls need succulence to keop
thom in condition and lo keep tho
digestive tract in working ordor.
2. lt acts as a tonic and stimulates
3. lt furnishes a large amount of
water, and thus adds bulk to tho ra
4. lt is undoubtedly ono of tho
factors causing Increased ogg pro
\ 5. lt\ improves tito fertility and
hatching quality of the egg and the
vitality of tho chick.
Ethol L. Counts,
Co.-Homo Demonstration Agent.
its immonso size and resources. She
spoke of tho Ropublic of Liberia,
staling that tho president had sur
rounded himself with a cotorio of his
own adherents and that ho rnn tho
affairs very much as ho pleased. Sho
took notlco of tho fact that ho was
somewhat modern In that he rode tn
a car made in America.
On Friday aftornoon tho dolegates
all propared for their departure and
it seemed to bo unanimous opinion
of hostesses and delegate's that tho
mooting had been Olio of groat bene
fit in many ways. Tho Walhalla Lu
therans, and those of other denomi
nations who asked for an opportu
nity to entortnin dologatcs, woro de
lighted with their guests. It has boon
a long Hmo since wo havo seen so
many roal womon in a body. They
soomod to bo pf the true Christian
typo, not ashamed to bb soon in their
truo colorB, dovoid of all sham and
and con?oit-true womon who aro
satlsfiod willi tho fncos and forms
which God gavo thom.
NEWS-toXKS I K< ?M CCXMK' ?ss.
Small Child Loses Lifo by Burning.
< Ojwpr Conxmunity Items.
Conorflp, Oct. 23.-Speclal: Our
'! L. H; Raines, has ac
call of Conero8s church
for theljBUuing year at tho regular
date, th$f jtourth Sunday, at li n m.,
and we-jWlsh to announce tho hour
for the^rSgular conference and tim
proachlnjaservices has bcon changed
to ll ojS#ck a. m.
sh Vaughn and Mrs. Rob
d brother, St. Mark Sew
Vonia, Ga., wore guests of
J. B. V^Ughn and family, of this sbc
tion, Saturday and Sunday. . Mrs.
Shaffer.j^ft remaining with her grand
father ftp* ? month's visit.
Tho .alexander rolatlves "of this
community and friends arq looking
for wardoo ? the Alexander reunion,
which W?11 bo held Friday, Oct. 27.
at tho regular place of mooting hore.
Miss Waua Abbott left last week
for SalojV, where she took up her
school WTk Monday.
Miss /SlJnnio Barker enicrtainpd
her Stu pay school class and tho
girls' au Ul i a ry at her home hero ror
cen Hy. j B
Biko 1 idge school will reopen next
Monday,] (pct. 30, and thc compulsory
attender i.elaw will take effect on tho
same dd S, Tho patrons should-make
an efforl ?to have overy pupil prosont
at the o Jening.
W. Mw-Nix, of Salom, was a? wel
come gigtat of his grand-daughter,
Mrs. T. ?fe, Byrd, of this section,, re
A pre tylyoung lady arrived in our
commun ly" last Wednesday. It was
tho daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Hesse, fffeile. Ne.ttlo Louise. . .
$ttie Kolley and brother,
,near Norris, were recent
the Misses Barker hero.
! accompanied by Mr. and
Mrs. Holier Boggs, of New Hope.
Miss ?Marion Richardson, of Sen
eca, spent tho week-end with her
uncle, sj M. Hunnlcutt.
Mr. aiidJ'Mrs. Josse King and W.O.
Alexand?jrtSnd daughter, Miss Codyo,
nttondedv&ttio funeral services and
burial of] he daughter of Mrs. Hank,
which place in Anderson yester
day. V^alvoye sorry to learn of the
boridbt??un?ffluetei Jn/t which the. child
??te-itfi-T^**4'- -T* . ^
lng. until li o'clock Friday night,
when it pas?ed away. Tho deceased
was tho two-year-old daughter pf
Mrs. Hank, who lives with her bro
ther, L. D. King, and mother, near
j this community, and a sister of .Josse
I King of this community. Wc extend
?our sympathy to'tho bereaved ones.
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Cochran and
daughters, Misses Louise and ICvalyn,
?and son. Wash., of Greenville, were
recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Has
kell Graham, of Coneross. They wore
accompanied by their mother, Mrs.
J. P. Shaw, sister of Mrs. tiraba rn,
Mrs. Ollie' Duncan, of Walhalla,
spent a few days of last week with
Misses Ruby Perry and Christine
Jone?, of Salom, who are attending
the Walhalla High School, spent Sat
urday and Sunday with their friend,
Miss .lessio Barker, of this placo.
Tho Coneross Missionary Society
carried out tho Stato mission pro
ragm at tho church Sunday night.
Mrs. S. M. Hunsingor, Miss Peari
Vaughn and Miss Gracie Abbott, of
Long Creek, accompanied Rev. Mr.
Raines on his appointment, hero Sat
urday. Miss Vaughn spent Saturday
and Sunday willi her uncle, Oes
Vaughn, noar here. Miss Abbot* was
with homofolks hore,.and Mrs. Hun
singer did not return to Long Crook,
but is going to spend a few weeks
with her daughters hero ard at Wal
halla, Bounty Land and near Rich
land. Sho is also contemplating a
visit to Miss Pearle Hunsinger at
Six-Mile Academy, Pickens counly,
before returning to Long Creek.
W. M. Duncan, of Walhalla, and
T. W. Byrd, of Coneross, spent a few
days recently with A. W. Xix, of
Madison. While there they report a
pleasan' huntlpg trip.
Miss Lucy Patterson,wdio has been
with her sister, Mrs. Gumbrell, of
West i nion, arrived hero yesterday
to be with her sister, Mrs. T. L. Alex
Mrs. L. .A. Cleland, of noar West
minster, is spending a few weeks
with her daughter, Mrs. Henry
Hosse. Mr. Cleland and childron al
so spent the week-end here.
Misses Nina, Thurene and Thodo
Abbott spoilt ono day last week with
their sister, Mrs. Ollio Smith, of West
Associational B. Y. 1MI. Convention.
Tho Baptist Young Peoplo's Union
of Beaverdam Association will hold
their annual convention at Wost Un
ion Baptist church on Saturday. Nov.
lHh, ?it 10.30 a. m. An interesting
program has boon arranged, and the
occasion will*bo ono of Importance
and groat inspiration to' young peo
ple Kvery B. Y. P. U. organization
and overy church In Beavordam As
sociation, whether lt.has a local B,Y.
P.U. or not, is urged to sond a strong
delegation to this meotiifg. Follow
ing ls tho
10.30-Song servico, lod; by Mc
10.10-Devotional. Robt. Uamby.
10.50 - Welcomo addross by a
member of West Union church.
10.55 - Response. Robert, Dil
1 Will Sell
MY HOUSE, AND LOT WHERE I N
HALLA. THIS PROPERTY WILL
FIRST OF NOVEMBER, AS IT IS A
PROPERTY. IE INTERESTED IT
TO (J ET IT.
I HAVE THREE GOOD ER ES ll
I WILL ll A YE PIETY OR SIXTY
AND DUROC PIGS HEADY FOR I)
FEW WEEKS. ' I AM GOING TO S
CHEAP PRICE IN ORDER TO EN
YOU WANT SOME VERY FINE P
DETTER ENGAGE THEM NOW.
JURORS FOR NOVEMBER TERM. 1
Court of General Session? will Con- i
veno Monday, November Otb.
Following are tho names of the
Jurors drawn for the November term (
of Court-(General Sessions)-for t
Oconeo, which will convene at Wal- (
halla on Monday, Nov. 6th: i
To Servo Week of Nov. 0-11. t
1. Abbot, L. D.', Seneca.
2. Biter, P. T., Walhalla.
> 4H5?^?%?^~ ll
6. Burris, Ottio, Westminster. 1
6. Chandler, D. O., Senoca, R.F.D. 1
7. Cobb, S. C., Madison. *
8. Cowan, W. S., Walhalla Rt. 2. I
9. Cross, P. M., Westminster.
10. Dillard, Ernest, donison Cillego. 1
lt. Duncan, M. A., Salom. f
12. Garrison, I. L. Walhalla Rt. 2. '
13. Gamhrcll, R. O., Westminster. '
14. Gaillard, J. L.. Newry. / ?
15. Grant, L. W., Salem.
16. Hare, H. A., Madison. f
17. Hale, W. W.. Walhalla Rt. 3. 1
18. Hubbard. R. C.. Seneca, R.P.D. >
19. .Tonos. W. L., Westminster RFD, "?
20. Jones, T. IL, "Seneca.
21. Kelloy, John M., Walhalla. I
22. King, W. E., Seneca R.F.D. ?
23. Lay, Jcsso, Ta'massec. "
24. Marett, L. B. Fair Play. X
25. Marlin, John, Westminster RFD. ?
26. Meares, Terry, rionecn R.F.D. >
21. Moore. E. W.. Mt. Rest R.P.D. 1
2S. Patterson, Jack, Jocassce. >
29. Reynolds, J. W.. Madison. ?
.10. Smith, T. H., Salem. 1
31. Taylor, L. A., Walhalla Rt. 3.
32. Whitmire, C. C.. Westminster. >
33. Whitworth, C. IL, Seneca R.F.D. j
34. Wood, H. A., Walhalla Rt. 3. t
36. Yarborough, T. T" Westminster i
36. Zimmerman, C. L., Westminster.
Flat Shoals School to Open.
Plat Shoals school will open Nov.
6(h instead of Oct. 30. Paronts will
please take notico of dato and start
all children of school ago promptly.
Tho compulsory attendanco law will
bo enforced from tho beginning of
school. J. L. Ci ow, for Trustees.
Services Double Springs 5th Sunday.
On tho fifth Saturday and Sunday
in October thero will be religious ser
vices at Double Springs church, near
.Mountain Rest. Robert Uamby will
deliver tho "Word." Thero will also
be somo one present to conduct tho
worth, Seneca B.Y.P.U.
11.00-Enrollment of dologntcs;
appointment of .committees.
. 11.15-Address-"Training for
Service." Dr. Ira E. D. Androws, of
11.45-Address: "Reaching tho
Goal." Rev. J. L. Dnggott, Supt. of
B.Y.P.U. and Student Activities, Co
12.15-Election of offlcors for the
Afternoon Hes: Jon.
1.30-Song service. McD. Brewer.
1.4 0-^-Devotionnl. Hov. L.M.Lyda.
2.0 0-Two-minuto spooches by IL
of Monov." Supt. J. P. Coats, Seneca.
3.00-Addrosa-"What tho B.Y.P.
U. Can Do for tho Baptist Courlor."
Dr. Ti, T. Cody, Greenville.
3.30-Miscellaneous business; an
Tho exocullvo commlttco thinks lt
host to ask each delegation to bring
Its own lunch, and all will spread
dinner together In picnic stylo.
J. w. Willis and J. E. Willis,
OW LIVE IN MIDWAY, WAI*
HE SOIil) OR RENTED IVY THE
L VERY DESIRABLE I*I EOE OE
MILL TAKE QUICK ACTION
ch Cows. J
MILCH COWS WHICH I WILL f
REG ISTE H lil j ROI ,A ND-CHIN A
ELI VERY WITHIN THE NEXT
?ELL THESE RIGS AT A VERY
COURAGE IlOt? RAISING. IE
IGS CREAR TO RAISE FROM,
a, S. C.
ets the Pace."
rHE BRIDGE TO CONNECT TWO
Rates - Supervisor and Delegation
Mako Trip to Columbia.
The Columbia Stato of recent dato
contained tho following account of
ho appearance before the propor au
horilies In regard to tho bridge con
?oeting Oconec county with tho Goor
da sido of Tugaloo river j
"Senator W. P, Mason, of Oconetv,
Supervisor J. C. Shockley, J, JR
?Jtonocypher and M. S. Stribling, also
?f'thltf'T?brrn ty\*Tlt)p'6U?lMw*n^fof?r "th o ? .
?ommission in tho interest of a pro?
?osed now bridge over Tugaloo river
o connect Oconco county and Goor
da. Oconee lins provided $9,000 for
ho structure and wanted tho Stato
o allot an equal amount in Federal
tld, Sonator Mason said. Georgia
HIS assured ibo Oconco oilloials that
is $18,000 will bo roady whenever
tailed for, the delegation said. An
illotniont of Fedora! aid was mada
or this structure last year, but was
levor /taken up, and was Una My dl
'erted lo other work In the slate.
Tho commission, however, is said ti?
io very much Interested in tho
iridgo, especially as tho present
itructuro has boen declared unsafe,
md assured tho delegation that tho
19,00? aid asked for would bo given
is soon as funds woro available, lt
vas Indicated that tho money would
ic ready within a few weeks. Tho
.oad to the bridge has already been
econstructed throughout Us length,
t was announced."
Supervisor Shockley returned to
Walhalla very much encouraged, and
t is his,hope and boliof that within
die early part of next month (No
bomber) Oconco will bo in posltloa.
to start her part of the negotiations
[or this important piece of work.
Hoine-Comhig Day, Oakway School.
Thcro will bo a home-coining day
[it Oakway new school building Sat
urday, Oct. 28th. We are anxious to
have all pa irons and friends of ihc
school, along with thoso who have
resided, (fought or gone to school
lierc, to bo present. Wo will welcome
yon, ono and nil. Let us got together,
sing, play, talk old times and enjoy
\ good program.
Don't forget those old-time bas
kets well filled with good things to
y.it. Tho program for tho day fol
10.30 a. m.- Song. Prayer.
10.10 a. in.-Address of welcome.
Prof. J. E. Willis.
10.50 a. m.- Response hy Jas. M.
11.20 a. m.-Address. Prof. D. W.
Daniel, of Clemson College.
12 m. to 1 p. m.-Laying of corner
done and dedication of now building.
2.15 p. m.-Music.
2.20 p. nt.-Roll-call of touchers
duce 1815. Responso by short talks.
2.45 p. m.- History of Oakway.
?rs. C. C. Myers.
3 p. m.-Old songs and gaines to
io sung and played by tho oidor poo
Rr. Lyman Abbott Dead.
New York, Oct. 23.-Dr. Lyman
Vbbott, editor-in-chief of Tho Out*
ook, with which ho had boon asso
datod noarly forty years; clergyman,
awyor, author, and succossor to
leary Ward Boechor ns pastor of
Plymouth church, Brooklyn, died fo
lay. Ho would have boen 87 ye. TS
)f ago noxt Decombor. When tho end
.arno his four sons and two (laugh
ers woro at his bodside.
Subscribo for Tho Courier. Chest)