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Nearly Two Score Sjain in Circih.
Facts are Admitted. Authoritles
Say They Deplore Outrage and
Those GdualIty lnre Heen P usled.
Tokyo, \lay 1.- Thirty-five Koreans
were shot or killed with swords or
bayonets by Japanese soldiers iI a
Christian chuh-eli building at Cleam-i,
40 miles firom Seoul in eonlicect ion with
the Korean independence movement.
This has b)eil conflimied by an in
vestigation by BIritish an( American
conisiular agetits iil by missionary
leaders in Korea. T. facts are ad
mitted by flit Japanese authorities at
Seoil, icldin the (Govelrnor General
I au;egawa. The authorities say that
they deplor" the outrage, that tihose
guilty of it have beten puislied and
that orders have been given to pre
vent a recu'rence.
Investigatous also havo found that
Soochung, another village near Cheam
ni, was burned by the Japanese and
that several KoreanM there Were
wounded in in attach ' by Japanese
soldiers who shot then or used their
swords and bayonets on them as they
fled from their burning hones after
the troops had set fire to the build
Iteports iue been received of the
birning of Christian cliirehes in t hr'ee
other villages and Koreans told The
Associated Press colrespiondent at
Seoul that they could show him nine
vilages whichli had been burned by
)t-ails of the inassacre at Cheamli-ni
,were obtainedI by The Associated1 Press
coirrespondent who visited that Place
in ocinpany with ItayInond S. Curtice,
lie Americar vice-conisul at Seoul and
Mr. Underwood, an American mis
sionary. Subsequently the corres)ond
ent again visited the place with Mr.
Royds. the Pritish consul an(d several
missionaries including the Rev. H1er
ron Smith, who is in charge of the
'Methodist Church in Ko-ea. lvscrib
ing his visit to Cheiam-ni the Seoul
correspondent writes that when they
asked residents of neariy villag's why
that hiamitilet 1-id been buirned they werie
tod that it was heeause there was a
Christian cilureh and many native
Christians in the villae'.
"'When we got to ilie place which
had been a s'llage of abouitt -11 houses
we fou nd only four or 1'ive standing,
all the rest were simoking ruins," he
continuid. "\\We foundl a 1body friiglit
fully hurned alld t witel lying in a
COnii 4und a111d anolltier, either of a
young man or woman just outside the
('lhurlch comlounld. Se'veral groiups of'
people were Illidddlel uledel' lilt l straw
shelters on it. hi llsi(d with a few of
their ialifull bel .I 'iings abouit t nI-1.
They wvre n.aos1ly womeni, solme ol.
otlre VS youn'i moitlers with habics bit
all s1ink in thie dull apathy of aj'ct
niiseryV andl~ despair. \Mr. l'mdlrwood,
anlt American miissionlat.' i who tatlked to
them in their own lanituage, riouigil
ite story of "'lat had happened.
"The day I fore we l-rrived solietrs
eatlteIo the village and ordeired all
the nmale ('hrist ians to ga'hler at t he
('c1'huch Wii n about :NI wer ini the
churchel andi tinhishedh themi off with
sworduis anid bay3onets. Aftr tiIhis thu-y
sit fire' to the churiichl andu to hiouses
wi'hih oftherwsi would not havi' been
Onlteii~'~ K ra toldi the enorresptondienti
hei was aliv'e be('ause lie was not) a
('hr ist ian an'l was not in thie c'hurt('h.
I anter' whe thu(e ('orre'isloinden t madnie a
second trip to 'hieam'-ni with Mr.
Royt3ds, thle Brit ish consul and a pa rty'
of seven inc ildig several m iissioni
ar'i(s, he sa id, ''we iphotographeid fire'
13y 'i wioiiu t n'rfer'enice btut wihen .we
starteid to talk to the natives a police
man woulId satintIer lip and thle Korean
wvouild 'fre'ez, tilt' Trhev were in fear
Peels Of f Corns
'T'he (Great. Cofrni Luosenjer Eof thle A re.
N ever Fails. Ptaiinless.
A ('itrn mxashed, st ieezied and i cruish
i'd, all dlay long, ini betwveej t wo toes'
You ('an 11ry thei despera't '1, "tr ieat 'emu
fail. Or, you1 can I ryjhi senisibtle,
peaceful, tainicns, easy way anid use1
"(Gets-lt". It's ittsy f' 'GTh's-ll'' In
reiiov e ('o ris in o rd-fI$ get-at ptlae-s.
It's a litniiid---a ltoin i'ful painless
formula --If has tie .f eeni successful
lv iitaii'd. It sett11 on thle corn, ail
dri's ltiedhiatiely. ntadii of' diggiuig
(tit lth' coin. you ptet' it our painlessly.
Th'e'rie's tit sticky itlaster' that doeiisn't
stay ''put'", no salve fliat irrniftes or
rubs ouff. Youi reach(' th lii ron easily
iwifth the' liftl Icalass rodl in thie (ork
otf every3 "'(bts-li'' btottle. If does not
huiirt thle tri'ie flesh. Try'3 it,* t rot ail
smiliii'! It's a bleussing; ne ver fauiis
''Ghts-it"' thle guatraniteed', motiney..
back eorn-rl'oover', thle oly 3sulre way',
costs btut a trifle at any (rug stole.
M'f'd gy 'l'0. Laawrence &. 'Co., ('hiengo.
Sold( in laiinrens anid i'ecommndied
as thle woild's btest corlliiniemdy by
'ii ureka IDr-ug C'o., bainreiis Drug ('.,
Potwe' Drug ('o., Ptnam D o rug St ore.
Piles Cured in 6 to 14 Days
D~rusglsts refund money If PAZO OINTMENT falls
to cure Itching, lii nd, lee'dlin gor Protruding Pilea.
lnstanntl y refteves Itnchlig Piles, anti you enn get
restful -slen after the first nlledtion. Pric, lo
of VIat miht happen later if they
were seen taviking to us."
The party however, divided uip and
obtained many Interviews concerning
the story as the corr slpondent learned
it on his first visit. They were told
that two of !hose killed in or near tho
church wero women who went to that
building to learn what was happen
ilig to their husbands.
The party headed by the riritish
consul then 0isited Sooehun and found
the village had been bi rned. 'T'lie Ko
Ieans told the Visitors t hat they were
awakened in the uight by 1inding their
houses on fire. Wh n they rall out
they were struck with swords and bay
onects or shot. N*,p were killed bit
several were wouided. and we saw
one manl whose arm ha' heeni laid op
en with a sword. A churicli and 100
houses hIad been burned here but no
attempt had been made to clean up
the ot hers.
'hie Rev. Sta(y 1,. iRoberts, an A ror
lean 'resbyterian missionary st. ion
ed at Pyeng Yan, has issued a state
ment asserting that more than 100
Koreans were shot or beaten to death
ill Tyung-ju alnd a church there was
burned by Japanese.
In another village eight miles u-way
another Christian ehurch and an
nademy for boys we-e burned by
Japanese soldiers after the contents
su1h as blenlles, stoveq .1'id mats W( 'e
carried away and put to use in the
gtoveritnenit chool at Tyuing-ji.
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* CLiNTON N EWS. *
ClIinton, .June 10. --l iss EImmie
Robertson returned last Satua rday from
Now York after s1;"u'lng several
.\Mr. anid Mrs. .1. C. !Narper of Greenl
ville, spient thie week-end with Mrs.
Iisses Ethel Willis and Lee Aycock
are spending the week with Miss
Mr. George Mason is at home again,
having receive( Iiis discharge at Camp
Jackson last Friday.
.\Mr. and N'rs. itoLt. S. Owens, of
MetCormick, pent the week-end with
the formuier's parenls. .\Mr. aind lMrs. W.
\Ir. and Mir s. W. .\. 8cot t anl( datugh
lei, of flishonville, -lre the guests of
AIr. and .\lrs. XW. Ildlgaru, Owens.
.\rs. Joltih C. lien ry an1d daughter,
of (;reeiville, are the guests of her
arnlts. .\lr. and .\rts. It. It. Yountg.
Niss \lary Carrigi, (,f Society il.
is theo gust or Mljss Jessie Dillard.
rs. . '. lIays and .1. It' Yolug
leftla1;:. l'i l.y for .\ Iantiv City, to
at tend the A nerican ledical Associa
.Mrs. It. S. Owen i flhe guaesi of
NI rs. W. 11. ('vens, it., Ifor a few days.
.\iss Nellie Shilil y. of Spartan
h ris 11n1ng th wo-k with .\li.Ss
Iizzi Ituh i DIvid.son
.\t's. 1-hh Sione a'' t'hilbirein, of, (I
it'n, arie spending somet ti withI
\lts'. lay te iUniley.
E.AC'-4 A -R~ \NME t's Dug .-t
' H' StEAt-i" Su SR8n
SO LoN-A. A' 1uAJt
Citatiun for Letters oif ilininstratlion.
State of South Carolinta,
('ount y "f I ,auiroeh
I ly 0. G. 'Thom psor, Probiat Jyge
Wh lereas, l-. Ii. Soen miath ctui t to(
tration of the esta ti andi~ eets of WV.
andt cretditors of thle sid WX. II. Sloan
dece'(asedl, thIiat t hey lbe and appear* be
for' ine, in (he Courti of P'rob~ate, to lie
held at Iut enos ('our t house. L auaren s,
S. ('., oni the 23trd day of Ju11ne, 1 91 9
itext, atfter puhbcatill hereof, al 11
to'clock in the forientoont, to sho0w caiuse,
if any t hey havye, whIy lie sa Id adm in
istration should niot hie granted.
Given unider' my hand this !eth dlay
oif June, Anno D~omini 1919.
O . (1. T O.\I-PSON,
47-2t-A J. P'. L. C.
SAFE, GENTLE REMEDY
BRINGS SURE RELIEF
For 200 yers GOLD mEDAT, Jiarlnr sule are the renedy you need. Take
Oil 1" enabled .4ufferlng huimmaritv to thbree or four every day. The bealirig
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binolder a(nd stornach troubies arm all t"J. ki Cllivvs And driies out the poi!ono.
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organs atid to build up and restore to Wfhn your nortual vivor ha been re
heath p or r am weakened by diea-,' stored continuo treatment for a hIi
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tho blood; unliess thoy do their work li am't wait uta tl you are fincapable of
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ing, rheumatism. rciatiea and luumao 0( GI0 ' il)DAI. and accept no sub
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