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(1) Miss Clifford Iroua Barratt,
Winster, educational work. Kaifeng, I
China; (4) Millard Thoron Rankin, Vi
educational work, Temuco, Chile.
From the larger proceodB of the
Baptist 75 Million Campaign the For
eign Mission Board of the Southern
BaptlBt Convention has been enabled
to send out more than 160 new mis
sionaries since that movement was
launched, lt ls announced, and of that
numbor sixty young men and women,
representing fourtoon Btatos, have Just
sailed for China, .Tawan, Africa, Brazil,
Argentina end Chile. In addition to
these, Dr. and Mrs. Evorett OUI of
Kansas City will sall September 14 to
become representativos of the Board
in Europe, while Dr. and Mrs. W. A.
Hamlott of Austin, Texas, have Just
called for Jerusalem, where they will
maintain headquarters in acting OB the
Near East representatives of the
The new missionaries to China and
Japan sailed from Seattle, Saturday,
August 27, on the Hawkeye State of
the Admiral Line, while those for Bra
sil, Argentina, Chile and Africa sallad
from New York on the Aoolue August
?lt. Thoy will be engaged chiefly in
evangelistic, educational, medical and
agricultural work and will be sta
tioned at various points In these fields.
While a largo numbor of new workers
have boen sent out by the Board since
tho beginning of tho Campaign, at
least 100 other capablo young men and
women could bo employed to advant
age if they were available, Secretary
If. F\ Love advises.
Mission Monoy Gets Results.
Of tho more than $25,000,000 that
hoB been collected In cash on tho 75
Million Campaign to date, about $5,
000,000 has gone to foreign missions.
Thia has made it possible not only to
Strengthen tho old work on all fields
pu-? mi??e I-irire number of new
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.I- HONOR ROLLS. .J.
.i* .!* *I* .!* *i* *I* .!* *I* *$* ?I? -I- *\* *l*
Oconoe Creek School.
Tho following pupils have main
tained an average of over ninety:
First Grade- Frank Carpenter,
Woodrow Wilson, Clydo Johnson,
.lames Owens, Katie Bell Orr, El
nora Rogers, Annie Nichols.
Second Grade-Inez Wilson, Viola
Wald, Paul Rogers.
Alma Alexander, Teacher.
Fourth Grade-Joyce Hughes, Res
sio Owens, Ala Wald, Gladys Taylor.
Fifth Grado-Pearl Carpenter,
Ada Heaton, Evaline Hall, Carl Tay
lor. Lillie Hall. Teacher.
Sixth Grade-Ed. Bell, Nannie Orr,
Blanch Hughes, Bruce Murphree,
Seventh Grade-Lent Hall, Clif
ton Addis, Rossie Morgun, Eunice
Johnson, Eva Addis, Ernest Murph
ree, Yadie Sherman, George Taylor,
Annie Rogers, Richard Owens, Wll
Eighth Grade - Rufus Murphree,
liona Hall, Annie Addis.
Ninth (irado- -Robert Bell.
Annie E. Cason, Principal.
Bounty Land School.
Following is the honor roll of the
Bounty Land school:
First Grade-Lucy Beth McDon
ald, Dolly Rochester, Wallace San
ders, Paulino Williams.
Second Grade -Christopher Roch
ester, Ralph Rochester, Louie Camp
Third Grade -Ester Moore, Grace
Yottngblood, Carl Smith.
Fourth Grade- -Delia Stone, Wil
lie Williams, Carrie Cater.
Fifth Grade-Albert. Smith.
Sixth Grade--Mary Stone, Julia
Perfect Attendance-Florino San
ders, Delia Stone, Mary Stone, Mae
Owens, Foster Owens, J. B. Sandor';.
IIMMIMMIIIIKII ,,, M iiiMlimil-l Im >n.,:mi
Broozewood, evangelistic work, Pochow,
Shina; (3) Miss Hannah Jane Plowdon,
illiston, evangelistic work, Canton, Chin
' missionaries, but to do much other
j work, lnchuliug building or making
substantial additions to 15 boys'
schools, 17 girls' schools, 37 mission
' residences, five hospitals and dlspen
: earles, four light and power plants for
mission compouuds, 26 church build
ings, four colleges, seven theological
i nominarlos. In addition, assistance has
! been given seven church building loan
' associations, six new stations have
been opened and equipped, land has
! been bought for the enlargement of
' several mission compounds, a homo for
orphans in Italy has been established,
and a block of ground has been pur
chased in the heart of Rome for head
quarters for the work in Italy, a theo
logical seminary, publishing house,
I church and mission residence being
' provided on this property.
Enlarge Europ?en Field.
As a result of the Campaign, South
ern Baptists have been enabled to
greatly enlarge their work In Europe.
Thoy have carried on mission work In
Italy since 1870, but now they have
opened up new work In Jugo-Slavl?,
Hungary and Roumanla, and have mode
a beginning, through the distribution
of Hibles, in the Ukraine and Southern
; Russia and Siberia. To act as the
i European representatives of the Hoard
j in this enlarged program, Dr. and Mrs.
Everett Olli of Kansas City were re
cently named. They will probably
I mako their headquarters In Switzer
Tho first work Southern Haptlsts
have ever done looking to the evangel
ization of Mohammedan lands has Just
been undertaken In Palestine and
Syria, and Dr. and Mrs. W. A. Hamlett
of Austin, Texas, have gone to .V?rn
snlem. whore thr
Mat. Shoals Graded School. 1
Following is the honor roll of tho I
Plat Shoals Graded School for the
month ending Friday, Sept. 9th:
First OrndO-Gladys Tow 95, Eu- 1
nice Tow 95, Ellen Whitehead 94,
Irene Bell 90, Janie Moss 92.
Advanced First-Dee Berry 92, ,1. ?
B. Cowan 90, Jesse 'N'chols 90, Ollie I
Nichols 9 2, Selina Nichols 93.
Second (irado-George Cowan 90,
James Bell 90. Eva Manning, ]
Third Grade-Ernest Bell 90, J. ]
B. Rodgers 98, Lola Whitehead 9tl,
Hertha Brewer 9 0.
Fourth Grade-Irene Crow 91,
Fred Brewer 92, Lockesley Crow 9 2,
Rufus Head 93, Harold Hancock 92,
Allie Moss 90. Myra Lee,
Fifth tirade-Gladys Haecock 94,
.lohn Cowan 90.
Sixth (irado - Alma Sloan 93,
Clarence Crow 93, Claude Brewer 95.
Seventh Grade-Lloyd Bell 00,
Leora Head 94. Ora Arve,
Earle's (jrovo Graded School.
Following is the honor roll of the
Earle's Grove Graded School for tho
month ending Sept. 9th:
First Grade-Lela Grant 9S, Mil
dred Grant 9f>, Catherine Smith 95,
Homer Grant 90, Ruby Black *io,
Rm mn Richardson 9 0.
Eula Tood, Teacher.
Advanced First - Ruby Lee 9 8,
David Lee 97, Minnie Ellon McCrary
97 .Annie Ruth Carroll O'S.
Second (Hade-John Lee 98. Da
vid Lee 97, (Hyde Shirley 97, Eunice
Graham 97, Bertha Ables 97.
Sue Ellen Cox, Teacher.
Third Grade -- Aden llonea 98,
Margie Whitworth 96, D. C. Clark
96, Albert McCalster 96, Floyd Leo
93, Bertie Mae Tucker 93, Jasper
Richardson 9 3.
, Fourth Grado-Hiawatha Swift
93. Allino Whitmire, Teacher.
Fifth Grade - Harrison Loo 91,
milHHIMIIW ...M HIHMUttlUHIimmHIHimillHIHltnill MMIB
china; (2) Mis;; Grace Strlbling, West?
Klngstree, evangoliBtlc work, Sooehow,
ta; (5) MIHO Cornelia Brewer, Sumter,
(ho work of the native evangel
ists lt ls planned to establish a
church, theological seminary and col
lege, hospital and orphanago at Jeru
salem os Boon as prncticnblo and thus
seek to reach other points In Bales
tine and Syria from this couler.
Minister to 000,000,000 People.
With the enlarged foreign mission
program of Southern Baptist? that de
nomination ls now operating in 18
countries on evory aide of the globe,
and has In its employ practically 500
foreign miHsionorles and twice that
number of native workers trained In
the mission schools. Through Ita
present missionary operations the
Board le seeking to minister to 475,
000,000 yellow people, 4,000,000 brown
people, 300,000,000 black people and
225,000,000 white peoplo, making a
total of 900,000,000 people, or moro
than half the population of the globo.
Numbered among UH workers already
on the field arc 21 foreign physicians
and 8 foreign mission nurses who last
year gave 104,070 treatments. There
are now 611 mission churches on the
foreign fields and of this number 184
are self-supporting. The average con
tributions of these mission churched
last year to denominational causes was
$5 per member, the Christians on the
foreign fields responding more liber
ally as a result of the 75 Million Cam
Tho new missionaries sailing at this
timo were contributed by the following
states: Alabama two, Arkansas ono.
Georgia five, Kentucky six, Louisiana
two, Mississippi four, Missouri four,
North Carolina three, South Carolina
five, Tennessee five, Texas fifteen,
Virginia RrX. Iowa ene and Pnnnsyl
A/hit Simons 91, Willet Richardson
Sixth Grade-Lucile Campbell 91.
Seventh Grade-Pinkie Lee 90,
Sornlee Ables 90.
Mary Douglas, Teacher.
EClghth Grade-Ernest Richardson
14, Ramon Clark 94, Forrest Smith
LS, Janie Simmons 91.
. Ninth Grade-None.
Tenth Grade-Theo Stevenson 9:5,
Lillian Rice 92, Bala Ables 92, Flora
?allaham 91, Thelma Graham 91,
Xeiffer Whitfield 91, Ruby Whitfield
il, Clark Ables 90.
Milton Nicholson, Principal.
Lift Off with Fingers
Doesn't hurt a bit! Drop a lillie
'Froozone" on an aching corn, in
itantly that corn stops hurting, then
thortly you lift lt right off with
Your druggist sells a tiny bottlo of
'Froezone" for a few couts, sufficient
o remove every bard corn, soft corn
>r corp bot ween tho toes, and tho
atlluses, without soroness or irrita
The Mexican government bas open
ul a permanent agricultural exhibit
n the United States.
TEN ARE RIDLER IN EXPIATION.
Second Serious Fire at Atlantic Re
fining <"<>.'s Plant at Br?ese Point.
.Philadelphia, iPa., Sept. 14.-Ten
men were killed to-day and more
than a score injured, several of whom
ure expected to die, in the second
serious fire to visit tho big Point
Breeze plant of the Atlantic Refining
Company in a month. Three more
men are reported missing, and they
muy have been burned to death be
neath the flaming tanks of petro
The fire was precoded by a terri
lle explosion, which killed several of
the workmen Instantly and drenched
tho others with flaming oil. Only
prompt action by the company's or
ganized rescue squads prevented the
death list from mounting higher, so
The explosion occurred ia tho
north section of the yard, where sev
eral hundred mon are employed in
the manufacture of naphtha. Many
of theso work in underground tun
nels where tires that boll the cru .le
1 roduet Into naphtha are maintain
Some of the dead were trapped ia
those tunnels by rivers of liquid Hrc
let loose upon them by the blast.
lt Is feared thu) the three miss
lng mon were caught in those tun
nels, and no hope is expressed tor
thom if such be the case.
Physicians reported that several
of the Injured were probably fatally
burned. Close' to a score wore so
badly hurt that they had to remain
in tho hospital, while a few Others
were sent to their homes.
Officials of thc Atlantic Relining
Company were unable early to-night
to explain the explosion. Tho first
explosion was on Aug. 14, when live
mon wore killed and properly dam
aged to the extent of a million dol
or Three Generational
' (ave H nd o Child-Birth
r lasier By Using
V ' OM MOTHERHOOD ANDTHI BABY, mil
I . ATOR Co., DIPT. ? 0. ATLANTA, ?A.
I'! 'IT1NG DEPARTMENT
0 e Will Re Moved to An
I in Washington Oct. 1.
neut is made this morn
i .un Archer, superintend
< '.lue Ridge raliway, that
t td pertinent of this railroad
v... ..^ moved lo Anderson Oct. 1st,
1921, and that plans arc now being
made to prepare the offices they arel
to occupy. The bringing of the aud
iting department of this railroad to |
Anderson again moans a great deal
for tho people of Anderson and for
the patrons of the Blue Ridge rail
way in general, in the' matter of ex
pediting claims and adjustment of
thom. The removal will also moan
tho employment of some ten persons
in this department of thc railroad.
Tho auditing department of thal
Blue Ridge was formerly located in
Anderson, and the offices occupied
tho upstairs of the building now used
by tho Anderson Storage Battery Co.
and Stuart & Brown. These ?fricos I
were moved to Atlanta seven years
ago, and ibero they were consolidat
ed with other subsidiary lines of the
Southern Railway, and were handled
in connection with some seven or
eight other lines of about the sann
size as tho Blue Ridge.
In .March of this year, however,
the general office was moved from
Atlanta to Washington, and the next
change is ibo separation of the vari
ons lines and the removal of tho rec
ords of the railroad back to Ander
The past records of the railroad
are very voluminous and space is be
ing arranged now for their storage,
A great quantity of these records
Will bo brought to Anderson before
the first of next month, and the of
fices will be all ready for the force
to move In and take charge.
The office hore Will be under Ibo
supervision of J. M. Forney, general
auditor of subsidiary lines of the
Southern' railway, whose headquar
ters are at Danville, Va. The local
oifice will bo in charge of 0. H. Pat
rick, chief clerk. A force of from
six to eight assistants, stenograph ?rs
and clerks will como to A udor so.i
foe Quinine That Doss Not Affect the Head
Because of its tonic and laxative efiect, I.AXA
TIVK BROMO QUININK is better than ordinary
(blinnie and does not cause nervousness nor
rinifintf i" head. Remember the full name and
look for the signsture of v., W. GKOVB. 30c.
MOTHER WITH CHILD PLEADS
With Governor to Savo I At it of HUH?
band-Declines to Interfere.
Columbia, Sept. 16.-Mrs. S. J.
Kirby's oral plea for executive clem
ency for her husband, made to Gov
ernor Cooper Wednesday afternoon,
will not have official considera lion
from the Governor, lt was stated at
tho Governor's office Thursday night
that, unless a petition was flied with
the executive, no consid?rai ion could
bo given to the plea for clemency.
Mrs. Kirby and her ll-year-old
daughter called on the Govornor to
day and asked that ho chango the
sentence fi ont death to life Impris
onment. Mrs. Kirby gave as her rea
son thai her husband had often been
subject to temporary periods of in
lt is also stated thal relatives of
Gappins viii make a similar plea to
the Governor. C. O. Fox ts resigned
to his falo. His aged father, who is
here, states that his only concern is
Ibo eternal welfare of his son's soul.
Ile has advised the boy to try to get
right, with (?od.
Fox. Kirby and Gappins aro under
death sentence for ibo murder ?il
William C. Brnzoll, Columbia taxi
Colds Causo drip and Influenza
LAXATIVE PROMO QUININE Tablets remove tho
cause. There ls only one "Promo Quinine," E. W.
GROVE'S signature on thc box. 30c.
SOO GALLONS IOU PERSONAL CSE
Permit lo .Make Wino or Fruit ri nice
Must lie Obtained.
Hartford, Corni,, Sept. 15.-Among
more than live thousand letters ic
coived recently Seeking information
as t.) permits for the making of home
made wines or non-intoxicating fruit
juices were those of at least a dosen
clergymen, tho revenue bureau an
nounced to-day. ll wtts also an
nounced that heads of families could
manufacture two hundred gallons of
wine per year, provided a permit is
Must File Notification.
Washington, Sept. 15. - Internal
revenuo bureau officials frankly ac
knowledged to-day that heads of
families may. upon filing of notifica
tion with local revenuo collectors,
manufacture two hundred gallons of
wine yearly for homo use.
Treasury regulations making ef
fective such a provision of the law
were issued by internal Revenue
Commissioner Roper with the ap
proval of Secretary McAdoo in Oc
tober, 1918, and becauso of the gen
eral lack of public knowledge re
specting (he provision Congress has
never enacted legislation nullifying
it, officials said.
The law applies specifically to ex
emption from payment of tax, offi
cials pointed out, but Its application
makes the manufacture of wine at
home possible, provided tho manu
facture ir by tho head of a family
and the wine produced be not sold
cr otherwtso removed from the. place
Time I? the test of truth. And
Doan's Kidney Pills have stood the
test In Wa-lhalla. No Walhalla res!
dent who suffers backache, or annoy
ing urinary ills can romain uncon
vinced by this twice-told testimony.
W. 3. Grab!, blacksmith, Spring st.
Walhalla, says: "I hurt my baok
many years ago and since thon 1
havo been troubled 'Rh kidney com
plaint. Whoa I have one of thea?
attacks, severo pains shoot through
my kidneys and these organs do not
act as thoy should. I havo dizzy
spells and severe pains In the back
of my hoad. I have used Donn's Kid
ney I"Mis whenover an attack cornel
on and they have never failed tr.
outekly relieve ni". I think I>oan'i
aro a wonderful medicino." (State
mont given Doc 17. I'd4.)
On April 9. 191X. Mr. Orahl said:
"1 am glad of another opportunity tc
say a good word for Deanes Kidney.
Pills and believe Doan's have affected
a cure. I advise anyone suffering
from kidney complaint to give thit
remedy a trial"
60e at all dealers. Foster-Milbitm
Co.. Mfrs., Buffalo. N. Y.
Julius Caesar delivered tho fune
ral oration for his aunt.
Soven hundred miles of railway
track are to be lorn up in Russia
lo repair more Important lines.
For Best Results
Sold by DruggUta and Dealer?
PARALYTIC KILLED BY FAMILY.
WIUIUHI to tte* Rid of Him-Whole
Family Given Ufo Imprisonment.
Columbia, Sept. 15.-Mother and
daughter, son and two malo f rion da
of tho family wore sentenced to lifo
imprisonment ir. the State peniten
tiary by Judgo Sease In tho Lexing
ton courl Thursday for the killing
several week? ago of Marcellous
Cook, aged farmer of ibo Stondtnan
Hatesburg suction of Lexington coun
ty, and tho live wore brought to tho
State basilio Thursday afternoon.
Tho vordlct was by consent of attor
neys on both sides.
Tho prisoners aro Mrs. Julia Cook,
wife of the dead man, who was
charged with having Instigated tho
(.rime; Ira Cook, her son, who cut
his father's throat from oar to ear;
Minnie Cook, daughter of the slain
man, who hold bis feet while tho
crime was committed; Henry' Whee
ler, a young friend of tho family,
who was said to have been engaged
lo Minnie Cook; and Janies Barfield.
Sr.. also a friend of the family, who
was accused of having plotted tho
undoing of tho senior Cooli.
Only a few witnesses were sworn
at the trial Thursday morning. (J,
Crofl Williams, secretary of tho Slate
Hoard of Public Welfare, and Misa
Louise llisltop, psychiatrist for tho
board, I est Hied that the defendants
were all persons of n low degree of
intelligence. Tiley had boen Indicted
for murder, hut attorneys for tho
del ouse and tho solicitor agreed to
a verdict of gullly with recommen
dation lo mercy, and Judge Soaso
instructed thc jury to bring Ibis ver
dict. The sentence was then im
posed-life ia tho penitentiary.
Marcellous Cook was killed on
Aug. 5. He was an old man, tl para
lytic, lt was stated thal tho motive
for his undoing was simply to get
rid of him.
COLUMBIA MAX SLAIN BY POSSE.
A Hegel to Have Attempted to Hun
Blockade with Whiskey Auto.
Waynesboro, Qa., Sept. 14.-A. P.
Peake, an alleged liquor runner of
Columbia, S. C., was instantly killed
near hero to-night In an oxebango
of shots with a sheriff's posse when
Peake and bis companion, L. C. Mil
ler, of Lexington, s. C., attempted to
evado a blockade se', by olllcors on
the Dixie highway from Savannah.
The automobile escaped, but offi
cers pursuing locato 1 lt two miles
from the blockade, Miller surrender
ing and tolling tho officers of Poake's
death. Peake was found in tho car,
shot through tho head.
Officers alego that several cases of
liquor were found in thc car, and
Miller is being held in the Burke
county jail on charges of violating
the ' Feder;.1 prohibition laws.
A coroner's inquest was hold over
Peak e's body and a verdict found that,
thc dead man came to his dea I li
"while resisting arrest for the ille
gal transportation of liquor."
Alex. Peake was a son of Mr. and
Mrs. J. M. Peake, living at M25 Tay
lor street. Mr. Peake was informed
of his son's death last night ?ind tho
body will be brought 'to Columbia
for internient. Alex. Penko was
about 20 years of age and was well
known. He is survived by bis widow,
father, mother and several brothers
and sisters.--Columbia State.
REV. MR. FRAZER HAS RESIGNED
As Rector of Grace Church Pastor
ate, Anderson, and Other Churches
(Anderson Mall, Sept. 15.)
Rev. City Frazer bas tendered his
resignation of -Hie draco Episcopal
Church pastorate, and the vestry held
a meeting and accepted tho resigna
tion. In the note, of acceptanco was
expressed regret (hat Mr. Frazer had
decided to leave this pastorate, and
it. was stated that Ills resignation
was received with reluctance.
Mr. Frazer came hero in Decem
ber, li* li?, and will leave about tho
first of November, going to Palatka,
Fla., where he will he rector of St.
Mark's church. Mr. Frazer bas lived
In 'Florida before, and his parents
live In Jacksonville. 1 I i may bavo
been ono of the inducements which
made him give up his pastorate In
this city. Ile will have the best wishes
not only of Hie congregation of Grace
church, hut of many otbor friends
that he and his wifo have niado since
coming here, in their new homo.
The above will ho road with re
grot by many in Walhalla and Son
oca missions, where Mr. Frazer baa
berni engaged in pastoral work In
connection with tho Anderson pas
torate. Ills resignation at Anderson
will leave Walhalla and Seneca with
out a minister until such Hmo ns
now arrangements can bo made.
Rev. Mr. Frazor will carry with
him tho best wishes of tho peoplo
of Walhalla, who v. Ill sincerely regret,
his romoval from this section.