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I RIBBON WINNERS IN THE COUNTY EAIR \
Below will be found the list of rib
bon winners in the County Fair.
Those who are marked "1" received
the blue ribbon and those who are
marked "2" received the red ribbon.
In some classes there vere no en
tries, although there were few classes
of this kind, and lor some classes no
provision had been made and these
are classed, as '?Special." It is hop id
that there are no mistakes in the
awards. Sec. C. a. Power gave a
great deal of his time to the compila
tion of the. records, but on account of
the hurry" at the fair and because of
the uncertainty of arrangements he
fore it came off, possibly some slight
errors might be found. The Adver
tiser vouches for the fact that every
thing was done to keep the entries
straight and where a mistake is made
it is more because of improper en
try by the owners than because of any
carelessness of the Secretary. If there
are any who are not given proper
credit in tills list, duo notice should
be sent to this odlce or to .Mr. Power
before next Tuesday and if a request
is made the correction will be made
in these columns.
FIELD CROP DEPARTMENT.
A. Homer Moore, B. B. Blakely,
Samples of Field Crops,
1 Best half bushel with 12 ears'whito
1, W. C. Bolt; 2, C. B. Roper; 3. J. T.
2 Best half bushel with 12 ears yel
low dent corn.
1, C. B. Roper; 2, W. C. Bolt; 3, T.
3 Best oalf bushel prolific, corn with
6 stalks of rame.
1, W. W. Adair; 2, W. F. Shockley;
3, L. A. Armstrong.
1, W. F. Shockley.
6 Best peck of wheat.
1, D. M. Williams; 2, Entry No. 101;
3, E. T. Shell.
7 Best peck of barley.
T. M. Shaw.
9 BeBt peck of peanuts.
1, W. R. Chancy; 2, A. Homer Moore.
11 Best peck of iron cowpeas.
1, L. A. Armstrong.
12 Baut peck of whlpporwtll cowpeas.
I, L. A. Armstrong; 2, G. W. Prof
13 Best neck unknown cowpeas.
1, L. A. Armstrong.
14 Best peck of table cowpeas.
1, L*. A. Armstrong; 2, W. G. Jones;
3, A. Homer Moore.
15 Best peck any variety sweet po
I, L. W. Martin; 2. J. F.-Gray; E. T.
17 Best peck of rutabaga turnips.
1, H. L. Chaney.
18 Best peck of rough leaf turnips
C. D. Robertson.
19 Best peck of beets.
W. F. Snow.
21 Best peck of chufas.
A. Homer Moore.
23 Best peek of onions.
A. Homer Moore.
24 Best bale cowpea hay, not less
than 75 lbs.
1, T. B. Brown; 2, A. Homer Moore.
32 Best 12 stalks of sorghum.
1, T. B. Brown; 2, O. I>. Hunter: 3,
Entry No. 397.
".:'. Host 12 stalk; sugar cane.
l,W. v. Baldwin,
i Two largest pumpkins.
I. T. B. Brown; 2, W. F. Snow. 3.
W. W. Adair.
38 Best halo long staple cotton.
Capt. J. a. Smythe.
li-st f. slalUs upland cotton.
I. (!. M. Davis; 2, R. 15. Bell; ::. L. a.
42 Best display of leaf tobacco.
I. s. I). Mahaffey.
44 Best display of short staple cot
I, C. B. Roper.
47 Best display of farm produce from
any one farm.
I, T. M. Shaw: 2, H. J. Martin; 3,
1). M. Williams.
Department of Mcchanis, Manufac
tures, Agricultural Implements,
Vehicles, Commercial Pro
47 Exhibits in this department will
be given space in buildings or on the
grounds and shown to the best advan
tage. No chargo will ho made.
a Maohnnios; Fred E. Medlock.
h Vehicles etc.; .1. A. Franks.
HORSES, MULES AND ASSES.
W. U. Mason, J. Warren Bolt.
48 Best standard bred stallion.
I, John M. Wood: 2. R. B. Childress.
49 Best Standard in od mare.
I, Barksdale and Motes; 2, John M.
50 Best standard bred horse colt.
I. R. P. Adair; 2. W. J. & a. D.
? 1 liest standard bred maro colt.
I. w. J. & a. i), Barksdale; 2, John
53 Best heavy draft mare.
1, M. A. Cannon; 2, John Henderson.
53 Best heavy draft mare colt.
1, Entry No. 52; 2, J. H. Roper.
. Light Draft.
56 Best light draft stallion.
1. R. B. Childless: L'. Q. 1.. Copeland.
57 Best light draft mare and colt,
63 per cent and ;!5 per cent
1. E. P. Milam; 2. .1. A. Wood.
58 Best light draft horso or marc
col: under I year old.
1, W. W. Blakeley; 2. M. A. Cannon.
59 Best light draft horse colt over
one year old.
1, U. I'. Adair; 2, E. P. Milam.
60 Best light draft mare colt over:
one vear old.
I. J. A. Wofford; 2. J. A. Wofford.
60V6 Besl mare and colt over 1 year
1, W. J. & A. D. Barksdale; 2, R. c.
61 Best pair mules, Laurons County
I, S. D. Martin: 2, W. H. Barksdale.
62 Best paw- match mules, halter led
I, S. D. Martin; 2, L. W. Martin.
62'2 Best double team in harness.
1, J. D. Childless: 2, Downs Gleun.
G.T Best, single mule, halter led.
1. 1.. W. Martin: 2. Ernest Hipp.
64 Best mule colt, 2 years old, halter
1, D. A. Glenn; 2. J. C. Cheek.
05 Best mule colt, 1 year old, halter
1, H. S. Wallace; 2. J. Q. Brown.
06 Best mule col: under 1 year old.
I, S. G. Power; 2. Entry No. 588.
67 Best mare and mule colt under
1 year old, 65 per cent and 35
per cent respectively.
1, John M. Wood; 2, J. D. Childless.
68 Best jack.
1, E. W. Martin; 2, Dorroh & Harris.
71 Best jack, and get.
1, Dorroh & Harris; 2, W. D. By id
72 Display of W. D. Byrd and Son's
jack and gee.
1, J. D. Childress; 2, J. S. Machen;
3, Ersklne Blakeley.
**3 Display of E. W. Martin's stallion
1, W. W. Blakeley; 2, M. A. Cannon;
3, E. R. Power.
76 Best shelton pony, ridden by boy
1, William Knight; 2, Henry Bennett
77 Best Shetland pony, driven In har
1, J. B. Lollis; 2. P. N. Hunter.
78 Best horsemanship by lady.
1. Mrs. John Illcks; 2, Miss Minnlo
79 Best horsemanship by gentleman.
1. W. T. Robertson; 2, Joel Smith.
80 Best horsemanship by gentleman
1, Mrs. John Hicks; 2, Miss Minnie
83 Best saddle mare or horse.
1, James Davenport; 2, Joel A. Smith
84 Best pair mare, driven in harness.
1, T. T. Hill; 2. B. E. Martin.
sr.'- Lady and gentleman driving.
1, Miss Lucy Peden and W. R. Mc
80 Best pair, one of each sex, driven
1, Hudgens & Hill.
87 Best mare driven in harness.
1, R. L. Wolff; 2. B. E. Martin.
SS Pest gelding driven in harness.
1. W. G. Hollingsworth; 2. W. T.
M. P. McCuen, W. Henry Wharton,
90 Best hull. years old and over.
1. John D. Mills.
91 Pest bull, 2 to 3 years old.
I, John 1). W. Watts.
D3 Best bull calf, under 1 year old
and over 2 months.
I. John I). W. Watts.
91 Best COW, years old ami over.
1. John 1). W. Watts.
95 Ben heifer, 2 to :'. yeftrs old.
I. John 1). W. Watts.
96 Best heifer. 1 to 1 years old.
I. John 1). W. Watts.
97 Best heifer calf, under 1 year old
and ever 2 months.
1. John I). W. Watts.
98 Best display Ayrshires.
1. John I). W. Watts.
99 Best bull, 3 years old and over.
I. A. I). L. Barksdale; 2, R. C. Wal
100 Best bull, 2 to 3 years old.
1, R. C. Wallace.
101 Best bull, 1 to 2 years old.
1, Entry No. 596; 2, Entry No. 189.
103 Best ccw, 3 years old and over.
i, Euiry No. 595; 2, Entry No. 107.
101 Best heifer. 2 to 3 years old.
I, Entry No. 108: 2, Entry N<>. 594.
100 Best heifer cnif. under 1 year
and over 2 months.
1, Entry No. 597. \
107 Best display of Jerseys.
1, John M. Wood: 2, W. 1). Byrd.
108 Best grade cow any age.
1. W. P. Cunningham: 2, A. I). Ii.
I0n Best grade Helfer 2 to 3 years old.
1. A. I). L. Barksdale.
110 Best (.'l ade ht'ifer 1 to '.' yenrs old.
I. Tom Bedford: 2, David Childress,
112 Best pure bred cattle any other
1, Entry No. 201; 2. W. M. nnd O. L.
SHEEP AM) GOATS.
J. D. Mills, \Y. P. Brown,
113 Bost pen mutton slieep.
I, J. I). Mills: l\ W. D. Byrd. 1
111 Host pen wool sheep.
1. .lohn 1). W. Watts.
116 Host pen angora goats.
i, lt. B. Bell; 2, .lohn I). W. Watts.
110 Host pen milk goats.
117 Best pen native goats.
(). B. Pitts. I). E. Todd.
I 25 Post aged boar,
I, a. C. Phillips.
ilm', Pos young Imar.
I, J..D. W. Watts: 2, (1. A. Fuller.
12S Post nged sow.
l. .1. I). W. Wattf : 2, (). L. 1 lunter.
129 Post young sow.
I, J. 1). W. Watts: 2, Q. W. Prollitt.
Pit) Post BOW pig. f
I, G, A. Fuller; 2, O. h Hunter.
131 Post display of not its* than live.
I, J. 1). W. Watts. 2. A. C. Phillips.
1'12 Post aged hoar.
I, P. P. Bailey; 2. ?!. T. Peden.
134 Pest hoar pig.
P. P. Bailey.
13.r> P.ost agod sow.
i, P. P. Bailey; 2. .1. T. Peden.
136 Post, young sow.
P. P. Bailey.
P17 Pest sow pig.
P. P. Bailey.
138 Post, display of not less than five.
P. P. Bailey.
139 Best aged hoar, any other breed.
A. ('. Phillips.
142 Pos. aged sow, any other breed.
146 Pest grade sow.
John I). W. Watts.
148 Pest littet pigs.
150 Pest display of any other breed.
P. P. Bailey.
a Pest Tamworth Sow; John D. W.
b Pest Grade Sow and Pigs; J. T.
e Best pair Durock Pigs; J. T. Peden.
d Best Durock Sow and Boar; J. T.
e Best Tamworth Boar; P. B. Bailey,
f Best Jersey Sow; P. B. Bailey,
g Best Sow and Pigs (Uuineal: W.
D. Byrd & Son.
h Sow and Pigs; J. E. McClintock.
1 Best Display Hogs; 1, John D. W.
Watts; 2, P. B. Bailey.
M. W. Gray. Geo. M. Davis.
Terms: Pen?To consist of one male
(either cock or cockerel) and four
females (either hens or pullets). Cock
?A male bird over 1 year old. Cock
erel?A male bird under 1 year old.
Hen?female bird over 1 year old. Pul
let?A female bird under 1 year old.
151 Plymouth Hock, Barred, pen.
1, Mrs. J. S. Bennett; 2, R. 10. Tay
152 Plymouth Rock, White, pen.
W. A. Franks.
154 Wyandotte, Silver, Pen.
1, G. M. Davis: 2. Thos. B. Brown.
155 Wyandotte, Golden, pen.
John Q. Brown.
150 Wyandotte, White, pen.
R. V. Thompson.
157 Rhode Island Rod.;, pen.
1, Mrs. F A. Sullivan; 2, Entry No.
ir.71' Rhode Island Hods It. ('.
J. T. Peden.
Class 3 ?Medlierancnn.
100 Leghorn. White, pen.
Mrs. J. S. Bennett.
icon, Brown Leghorns, S. c.
1. ('.. F. Dorroh; 2. Mrs. F. A. Sul
Class 1 -English,
103 Orpington, pen.
a, Buff Oplngtons; W P. Snow.
b, White Oplngtons; Entry No. 518.
Class "> Games,
101 Game, Blk. Breasted Red, pen.
A. I). L. Barksdale.
105 Game, Hod Pylc, pen.
A. I). L. Barksdale
Indian Games; J. F. Mills.
Puff Cochem Bantams; J. Brown.
White Cochem Bantams; I, Ambrose
Easterby; 2, G. F. Dor roll.
Black Bantams; W. F. Snow.
Game Bantams, Blaen Breasted Redl :
A. 1). L. Barksdale.
1 cock; R. G. Franks.
2 cocks; lohn Abrains.
2 hens and I pullet; A. J) L. Parks
1 pen. J. D. Mills.
2 pens: J. I). Mills.
1 hen; J. 1). Mills.
1 cockerel and 2 pullet?; John I?
2 cockerels; J. 1). Mills.
Indian Runner Ducks; Mrs. F. A. Sul
Pekln Ducks; M. P. Parks
Turkeys; John Q. Pi own, blue; J. M.
Wood, blue; and W. P. Brown, rod
ribbons for different size COOpa*.
Fan Tail Pigeons; Barlo Langston.
Homer Pigeons; Earle Langston.
Carmanex Pigeons: J. L. Drown.
Angora Rabbits; Karle Langston.
Spotted Hare: Karle Langston.
White Habbits; I. Earle Langston; 2.
While Hats; W. F. Snow.
Guinea Pigs; W. F. Snow.
One plug of PENN'S CAMPION and
SQUARE DEAL bought from Todd A
Simpson win convince you that they
are the host 10 cent plugs on earth.
AFTER MANY YEARS
Gaffiiey Count) Chair Sinker Clinrked
with (lie Murder of a Man Thirty
Spartanburg, Oct. 20. ?Richard
Ahernathy, a chair manufacturer,
was arrested today at Iiis homo, near
Blacksburg,, and later lodged in the
Spartanburg county jail, charged with
having murdered William A. Abbott,
a printer, on a Sunday nigh I in Sep
tember, !n7;?. In Abernathy's arrest
George A. Abbott, a painter of No.
I?:: Wofford street, this city, bolkves
that his 32 years' quest for the Slayer
of his brother is ended.
The warrant, which was sworn out
before Magistrate Robert J. Gantt.
charges that Richard Alternat h\ 'did
kill and murder W. A. Abbot I by
shooting the said W. A. Abbott with j
a gun and by putting his body upon
tlrn track of the Atlanta & Charlotte
Air Bine railway; that the same be
came mangled, bruised and torn, so
as to conceal the wounds."
George Abbot! said that the coro
ner's jury found thai his brothers
death was a case of murder. The
body was picked up within a minute
aftur ?the train passed over it, aud
was cold and stark, showing that he
had been dead before the train came.
On the other hand, siowover, Magis
trate I/, l*. Ligon of CJicrokee county
is authority for (lie statement that
Abbott's family sued the railway
Company lor killing him aud obtained
damages. Magistrate Llgon indorsed
the warrant lor Abernathy's arrest.
As against this again is (he state
ment made by George Abbott that the
year following his brother's death a
man named Sherhert was accused of
the crime. The case was no! prossod
on account of lack of evidence.
Ahernathy left this section after Ab
bott's death. He is said to have
turned up in Cherokee county re
cently, and has made a living by
making and selling wicker chairs.
Says .Han Gives Himself Away.
George Abbott was reluctant to
talk about the case and refused to
tell what evidence he had against
Ahernathy other than that the evi
dence, was the words of Abernath>'s
own mouth. It is reported that in
an unguarded moment Ahernathy ad
mitted having killed William Abbott.
One story is that he was showing a
pistol to some boys and asking them
what they thought of it, that Hie con
versation turned to shooting and kill
ing and that Abemathy said he had
killed a man at Spartanburg years
ago. Someone it is said, wrote
George Abbott :i letter telling him of
Abernathy's alleged admission. George
Abbott then employed Coke Duncan,,
formerly chief of police at Gaffnoy,
to do the necessary detective work.
: What. Duncan learned has not been as
certained, but it was doemed BUfJlclenl
to swear out a warrant. Duncan him
self arrested Ahernathy.
The prisoner is 60 years old. Ho
was dazed and would not talk about
the case when arrested.
Woman in the Case.'
The supposed motive for the crime
1 with Which Ahernathy is Chargod were
attentions which William Abbo t i
said to have paid to Mrs. Ahernathy,
who was separated from her bus
band. She is said to be still living.
George Abbott suspected any of a
dozen men of being implicated in Iiis
brothers murder or of knowing
something about it. Then- were two
who were said to 1)0 in love with Mrs.
Ahernathy and jealous of William
Abbott because of the lallCl'S alleged
friendliness with the woman. Wil
liam Abbott was not f|Ult0 20 years
old at the time of his death. George
Abbott is a year older than William.
William Abbott's body was found
one Sunday night on the Southern
railroad track at a point opposite,
where Beaumont mills now stand.
Several people were killed on the
railroad there within a short time.
There are many people hero who re
member William Abbott's death.
Sought In Avenge Brother.
To avenge the alleged murder of
his* brother became a consuming pas
sion witli QcorgO Abbott. He has
kept under surveillance all these
years those whom he suspected <>t
knowing something about the crime
even when they have gone to remote
parts of the country.
Magistrate dann probably will hold
a preliminary Investigation of the
charges against Abernathy. In the
meantime George ,Abbott and Duncan
will try to strongthgn their case.
, I&OTLLIN GSTON II
j (fe isrJfP ^^J??I#
Buy A Home With Rent Money!
The average tenter pays for his place every eight years
but the laud lord still owns it. Why Pay Rent?
YOU PAY AS RKNT
At $120.00 per year in 10 years.
At. $120.00 per year in 25 years.
At $240.00 per year in 10 years.
At $240.00 per year in 25 years.
We will cut any of the following into such size tracts
as yon desire. We buy at wholesale and retail land out
to suit the small buyer :
About liKl Acres near Watts Mill, known as the Padgett Land.
Acres located near Reedy River Power Company, on Reedy
River, and known as the Dor roll Place. Price, $12.50 to $20.00 per
acre, depending on number of acres and locution.
2!1."> Acres adjoining lands of Hethlohom Church, in Waterloo Town
ship, between Saluda und Reedy Rivers and known as tho <<raves place.
Price $15.n() per acre.
274 Acres near Mt. Olivo Church, in Waterloo Township, Known
as the Sibloy place. Price $15.00 to $1H.00 per acre, depending on num
ber of acres and location.
300 Acres four and one-half milos south of Laurens Court House
known as the Henry Pluce. Price reasonable. This is one of the most
desirable farms in Laurens County.
Dr. J. T. Pool's house and lot on South Harper St. Term reasonable
100 acres within one milo of Harris' Springs.
C4 acres, ono mile south of Waterloo.
Several houses and lots near Watts Mill.
93 acreB near Ora, level and good improved land, $50 per acre.
400 acres near Stomp Springs, $11.50 per acre.
Wo also buvo for sale about Twenty-two Acres of land within the
corporute limits of tho Oily of Laurens, known as Grays Hill, which
wo will sell in small building lots, at reasonable prices. A good many
of lluso lots have cottages on them.
Remember that we cut off any number of acres de
sired by purchaser and Rive any reasonable time in which
to pay. We want to make it possible for every white
farmer in Laurens County to own his home.
Laurens Trust Company
R. A. cooprr, President. C. W. Tunr,Scc. & Treas.
Anderson & Rlakclc)', Managers Rial Estate Sales.
sr wanted-* rider agent
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NAILS, Tack*, or Olan* will not |pt (ha air out. . 1
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a hiM'olnl (juallty of ndii.er, u hieii never be
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wo have hundreds of letters from satisfied <? .
st at bur t ha t thel r t ires h a vo only luv- u pinnucd i;i* onco
ortwieo in a whole season. They wcltdi no moro than
on ordinary tire, the iiiuiciiireresibtliii; fiiuilltie I.. . <
?iven by 80VCral layers <-f thin, Blfelallv pn pared
fobrle on tho tread Tho regular prlCO Of tie
ii $10.(0 per pair, bat for Advel i Islnjf i liroOsi s \ ? ore
making a special factory prleo to the rider of i .! i "i
day letter Is received. Wo ship < o ,'i on ni")i ? I
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and "D" also rim atrip "H"
to ["event rim cutting. Thiai
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