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TO ORLA1IOMA CITY N 191'.
Southern Baptists Decide on Next
Meeting Place-Con-vention to
Open Second Sunday in May.
Jacksonville. F:a., May 19.-The
election of Oklahoma City as the next
meeting place. the reelection of of
f1cers of the Woman's Missionary Un
ion, a meeting of the Southern Bap
tsit Educational association, and the
mass meeting of the combined Bap
tists in the city, were features of the
fifty-sixth annual meeting of the
Southern Baptist convention today.
Judge George Hillyer, of Georgia,
offered a resolution to amend the
constitution in the regulation of cer
tain boards in the afternoon session
of the Baptist convention and after
discussion was laid on the table. The
committee on denominational press
made its report on church publica
tions and advanced recommendations
for increasing circulation. The re
port was discussed by Mr. B. H. Gray
-anm, of Atlanta, and Dr. Z. T. Cody,
of Greenville, S. C.
To Raise a 3illion.
The report of the committee on ap
portionment, presented by W. A. Dav
is. of Alabama, to the mass meeting
.at night, Tecommended that a million
dollars be raised during the coming
year for missions .nd was adopted.
Of this sum, $400,000 will be used for
home missions and the remainder for
foreign missions, and a debt of $89,
Following an impassioned speech by
Dr. J. L. Gross, of Texas, $70,000 of
the $89,000 debt was raised on the
floor of the convention in gifts rang
ing from $5,000, from a Texas church,
to $5, pledged by a cripple, who ob
stinately insisteC in giving the money
despite protests. It was a wonderful
mass meeting, and will long be re
membered by churchmen.
"Next to Largest Ever Held.
Jacksonville, May u.--With the ex
ception of the Baltimore convention,
the present session of the Southern
Baptist convention is the largest 'ever
held, the former city having less than
a hundred delegates more than Jack
sonville. It is. also admitted that the
present convention is one or tnle most
important of the last fifty-six.
An action of uinsual importance
was made known this afternoon, when
President Dargan appointed a comn
mnittee to confer with the Northern
Baptists, in establishing. better rela
tions between the two churches. The
committee is as follows: Joshua Lev
ering, Maryland; E. Y. Mullins, Ken
tucky; Lansing Burrows, Georgia;
Carter Helm Jones, Oklahoma; Geo.
B. Taylor and W. H. Smith, Virginia.
The committee appointed to confer
with the World's Baptist Alliance to
secure the co-operation of different
Baptist mission bodies for a combin
ed effort in converLigg the world, was
appointed as follows: E. Y. Mullins
and J. N. Prestridge, Kentucky; F. C.
McConnoll, Texas; G. W. McDaniel,
Virginia, and C. W. Daniel, Georgia.
The committee to confer with other
denominations to see if some agree
ment could not be reached on doc
trinal differences was as follows: E.
C. Dargan Georgia; Joshua Levering,
Maryland; Geo. W. Truett, Kansas;
John R. Gampey, Kentucky; I. P.
Gr'eene, Missouri; E. E. Folk, Teun
essee, and C. E. Burts, South Caro
The report of the committee on de
nominational education was read by
E. E. Folk, of Tennessee.
G. F. C. President Speaks.
Dr. D. M. Ramsey, of Greenville Fe
male college, Greenville, S. C., and R.
T. Vann, of Meredith college, North
Carolina, addressed the convention on
'CAPT. SNTTH MADE PRESIDENiT.
Chosen by Cotton Manufacturers' ,As.
Richmond, May 19.-The American
Cotton Manufacturers' association
ended its convention here today, af
ter electing Ellison A. Smyth, of
Greenville, S. C., president, and W. A.
Erwin, of Durham. N. C., vice presi
dent. reelectiong C. B. Bryant, ol
Charlotte, N. C., secretary and treas
urer, adopting a series of resolutions
and hearing read a number of techni
DIES AT BOTTOM OF WELL.
William Reable Succumbs in Efiori
to Rescue Fritz Muller.
Walhalla, S. C., May 20.-News
reached Walhalla this afternoon, fromt
the home of William Reahle, that a
fatal accident had happened by which
one life was lost and another is de
spaired of. Mr. Reahile was having
his well cleaned, he working along
with several neighbors in conducting
the work. A neighbor's son, Frit2
Muller, about 20 years of age, was th'
first to go down into the well and
shm-tv after he had been sent dowi
m gac :n - m;nai for a hurry pull
to the surfae.. The men at the top
began pulling him up in a bucket.
when their burden suddenly became
light and the bucket was hauled up
empty. With undaunted courage, Wil
liam Reahle, a man of about 60 years
of age. made ready for a descent into;
the well to rescue the younger man.
He managed to tie young Muller into,
the bucket. gave the signal for the
men above to pull him out and Mul
er -was brought out, nearer dead than
alive and it was then discovered that
he had been overcome by gas,that had
accumulated in the well.
Another descent ~ was made aS
quickly as possible, additional help
being necessary for the work at the
top, but it was found that Mr. Reahle
had succumbed to the deadly fumes at
the bottom of the well and his lifeless
body was brought to the surface. The
condition of young Muller is serious,
though some hope is entertained that
he may yet be saved from the effects
of inhaling the gases. The news of
the accident came as a great shock to
the citizens of Walhalla, where all the
parties are well and favorably known.
Mr. Reahle leaves a wife and several
ORANGEBURG PUBLIC PARK.
Play Ground for Children ProTided.
Opening Concert Last Night.
Orangeburg, May 20.-The large va
cant space' on the corner of Glover
and Elliott streets, extending back to
Orange court, has been leased by the
ladies of the Civic league for a city
park. and, with the help of the city,
it has been equipped with everything
necessary to make it an ideal place of
recreation for the grown people as
well as the children. A band stand
has been erected and a concert was
given there by the Orangeburg Mili
tary band last evening, when the park
was officially opened. A large crowd
was out to witness the opening of the
park and listen to the exquisite music
rendered by the band. Refreshments
were served by the Dixie club, the
proceeds to go to their library fund.
The park was very brilliantly lighted,
and nothing was neglected 'by the la
place. batf h
PLAN TO CONQUER SIN.
Baptists to Formulate Scheme of
There was a world-wide sweep to
a resolution introduced in the South
ern Baptist convention in Jackson
ville by F. M. McConnell, of Texas. It
provided for a committee of five nvem
bers to formulate a plan for uniting
all Baptist missionary societies in a
combined effort to bring the word to
the feet of Jesus Christ as speedily as
possible. This plan is to be presented'
to the World's Baptist Alliance that
is to meet in Philadelphia in June.
The idea is to get all Baptist mission
societies to cooperate in a great ad
vance movement against the strong
holds of sin.
Dr. J. M. Prestridge, of Kentucky,
in seconding the r olution, which
was adopted, said th were millions
today in Russia who were turning
away from the slavery of the state and
the priests and marching toward the
glorious freedom that pervaded the
ranks of the Baptist army.
WAR MINISTER DEAD.
Flying MWachine Dashes Into French.
Cabinet Party-Two Others Sus-I
Paris, May 21.-France paid a ter
rible toll today for her magnificent
endeavor to attain supremacy of the
air, when a monoplane, the driver
of which had lost control, plunged in
to a 'group of members of the cabin et,
who had gathered to witness the startI
of a race from Paris to Madrid, kill
ing the minister of war and injuring
the prime minister, his son and a~
well known sportsman.
The dead: Henri Maurice Bertaux,
minister of war. I
The injured: Antonine Emmanuel
Enest Monis, premier and minister of;
the interior; Antonine Monis, son of
the premier, and Henri Deutsch de la
Mourthe, the aged patron of aeronau
BARBECUE ON JULY 4.
There will be a barbecue given at
Pomaria on July 4, for the benefit of
the new church. Ice cream and oth-'
er refreshments will be served also.'
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cleansing away the impurities and
clearing up the complexion as noth- c
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tha.vin.g been brought to the at- Notice is here
'to of the Co>unty Board of Corn- dersigned, as e:
iloners that there are sections of Iwill and testam
ti ublic roads of the county where- deceased, will m
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r,requested that wherever such is Ifor Newbeirry co
iecse it l'e reported to either of the at 11 o'clock, ai
nsigned at once in order that an after apply for
reer may be appointed, executors.
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y given that the un-- T1-fE F,
ocutors of the last( ~ . .in
nt of T. V. Wicker,;
ake a final settlement
the Probate court NOTICE TO DRA
nty on June 9, 1911 --
d immediately there- Notice is hereby giva
a discharge as such undersigned. Jury Con
Newberry county, S. C
. H. Wicker, inst., at 9 o'clock a. m.,
. B. Wicker, the Clerk of Court, ope
Lst Will and Tes- ly draw the names of
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truthfully claim that every trade with us is
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d does to other stones-it is the king and
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W JURT. court of general sessions, wh;ich
convene at Newberry, S. C., June
n that we, the 1911.
missioners for Jno. L. Epps,
,will May 26, Eug. S. Werts,
in the office ofj Jno. C. Goggan
1ly and public- Jury Commissioners for N
thirty-six men County, S. C.
+t jnr&.B a thej Mayr 15. 1911.