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title: 'The Laurens advertiser. (Laurens, S.C.) 1885-1973, September 25, 1912, PART 2, PAGES 9 TO 12, Image 9',
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COUNTY FAIR PREMIUM LIST
MADE PUBLIC BY THE SECRETARY
Handsome List of Prizes Has Been Secured to be Giv
en as Premiums and These Will be Published as
Soon as They are Classified. The Fair Will be
Held Friday, October 18th.
Sec. C. A. Power has completed the
premium list for tho county fair,
which is to be held here Friday, Oc
tober 18th. Tho merchants of the
city and others have contributed a
number of handsome prizes to be
awarded in the different classes and
these will be published at a later date,
just as soon as they can be classified,
possibly next week. The merchants
have been very liberal in their sup
port this year and judging from the
attractive prizes which they have of
fered, a large number oi entries will
be made to compete for them. The
rules and regulations which were
formulated last year will be continued
FIELD CROP DEPARTMENT.
A. Homer Moore, I!. B. Blakely.
Samples of Field Crops.
1 Best half bushel with 12 ears white
2 Best half bushel witli 12 ears yel
low Dent corn.
3 Best half bushel prolific corn with
6 stalks of same.
4 Best half bushel with 12 ears pop
5 Best display of varieties of corn,
half bushel each.
t> Best peck of wheat.
7 liest peck of barley.
8 Best peck of rye.
!t Best peck of peanuts.
10 Best pock of clay cowpeas.
11 Most pock of Iron cowpeas.
12 Most pock of whipporwill cowpeas.
13 Most peck unknown cowpeas.
11 Most pock of table cowpeas.
ir> Boat peck any variety sweet po
16 Most peck of Irish potatoes.
17 Most peck of rutabaga turnips.
18 Best peck of rough leaf turnips.
Id Most peck of beets.
20 Most peck of artichokes.
21 Best peck of chufas.
22 Best peck of soya beans.
23 Host peck of onions.
24 Best bale cowpea hay, not less
than 75 lbs.
25 Best bale alfalfa hay, not less
than 75 lbs.
26 Best bale clover hay, not less than
27 Best bale native grass hay, not
less than 75 lbs.
28 Best bale Bermuda grass hay, not
less than 75 lbs.
29 Best bale German millet, not less
than 75 lbs.
30 Most hale sorghum, not less than
::i liest collection of different kinds
32 Best 12 stalks of sorghum.
33 Best 12 stalks of sugar cane.
34 Two largest pumpkins.
35 Two largest winter squashes.
36 Two largest oushaw.
37 Best bale short staple cotton.
38 Best bale long staple cotton.
39 Most stalks upland cotton.
40 Best 10 lbs. tobacco.
?11 Best display of leaf tobaooa.
42 Most display of vegetahlos.
13 Best display of short staple cot
44 Best display of long staple cot
46 Best display of farm produce from
any one farm.
Department of Mechanics, Manufac
tures, Agricultural Implements,
Vehicles, Commercial Pro
ducts and Ante,
46 Exhibits in this department Will
be given space in buildings or on the
grounds and shown to the hest advan
tage. No charge will be made.
HORSES, MULES AND ASSES.
R. McCuen, J. Warren Bolt,
47 Best standard bred stallion.
48 Best standard bred mare.
49 Best standard bred horBe colt.
50 Best standard bred mare colt.
51 Best heavy draft stallion.
C2 Best heavy draft mare.
53 Best heavy draft horse colt.
54 Best heavy draft mare colt.
65 Best saddle stallion.
56 Best light draft stallion.
57 Best light draft mare and colt.
65 per cent and 35 per cent
DS liest light draft horse or mare
colt under 1 year old.
59 Best light draft horse colt over
1 year old.
CO Best light draft mare colt over
1 year old.
61 liest pair mules, Laurens County
Ol' Best pair match mules, halter led
63 Best single mule, halter led.
64 liest mule colt. 2 years old. halter
65 Best mule colt. 1 year old. halter
t'?i! Best mule colt under 1 year old,
<>7 Best mare and mule colt under
1 year old, 65 per cent and 35
per cent respectively.
68 Best jack.
69 Best jennett.
70 Best jennett and colt, 65 per cent
and 35 per cent respectively.
71 Best jack, and get.
72 Display of W. D. Byrd and Son s
jack and get.
73 Display stallion and get.
7"i Best Shetland pony, ridden by boy
76 Best Shetland pony, driven In har
77 Best riding by lady.
75 Best riding by gentleman.
7!? Best driving by lady.
80 Best saddle mare.
81 Best saddle horse.
82 Best saddle mare or horse.
83 Best pair mares, driven In harness
84 Best pall' geldings driven in har
85 Best pair, one of each sex. driven
86 Best mare driven in harness.
88 Best gelding driven In harness.
89 Best single harness mule.
90 Best pair mules, driven in har
(!A TTLK I) E P A RTM E N T.
Jno. M. Wood. W. Henry Wharton,
91 Best bull. 2 years old and over.
92 Best bull, under 2 years old.
93 Best cow, 2 years old and over.
94 Best cow, under 2 years old.
95 Best display of Ayrshlres.
96 Best bull, 2 years old and over.
!?7 Best bull, under 2 years old.
98 Best cow, 2 years old and over.
!?'.? Best cow, under 2 years old.
100 Best, display of Jerseys.
I ill Best grade cow any age.
102 I est grade heifer 2 to 3 years old.
103 Best grade heifer 1 to 2 years old.
104 Best grade heifer calf under 1
105 Best pure bred cattle any other
SHEEP am) GOATS.
Olln S. Hill, W. P. Brown.
106 Best pen mutton sheep.
107 Best pen wool sheep.
108 Best pen angora goats.
109 Best pen milk goats.
110 Bfst pen native goats.
George Wolff, Draton Todd,
111 Best aged boar.
112 Best young boar.
113 Best boar pig.
114 Best aged sow.
115 Best young sow.
116 Best sow pig.
117 Best display of not less than five.
118 Best aged boar.
119 Best young boar.
120 Best boar pig.
121 Best aged sow.
122 Best young sow.
123 Best sow pig.
124 Best display of not less than five.
125 Best aged boar.
126 Best young boar.
127 Best boar pig.
128 Best aged sow.
129 Best young sow.
130 Best sow pig.
131 Best display of not less than five.
132 Best aged boar, any other breed.
133 Best young boar, any other breed.
134 Best boar pig, any other breed.
135 Best aged sow, any other breed.
136 Best young sow. any other breed.
137 Best sow pig, any other breed.
138 Best grade sow.
189 Best grade gilt.
140 Best grade sow pig.
Ill Best litter pigs.
142 Heaviest hog.
\ 143 Best display of any other breed.
POULTRY DEP A HTM E NT.
M. W. Gray, J ,D. Mills,
Terms: Pen?To consist of one male
(cither cock or cockerel) and four
females (either hens or pullets), Cock
?A male bird over 1 year old. Cock
erel?A male bird under I yenr old.
Hen?female bird over 1 year old. Pul
let?A female bird under I year old.
Class 1 American.
IM Plymouth Kock. Haired, pen.
1 Ifi Plymouth Rock, White. p< a.
I 16 Plymouth Hock, Buff. pair.
147 Wyondotte, Silver, pen.
148 Wyandotte, Golden, pen.
149 Wyandotte. White, pen.
150 Rhode Island Reds, pen.
151 Brahma, Light, pen.
152 Cochin, Buff, pair.
153 Leghorn, White, pen.
154 Minorca, Black, pen.
155 Minorca. White, pen.
Class 4 ?English.
156 Orpington, pen.
l.">7 (lame, Black, Breasted Red, pen.
158 Came, Red Pyle, pen.
Class 6?-Pit Games.
159 Game, Pit, Reds, pen.
160 Came, Pit, Whites, pen.
Irtl Game, Pit. Blacks, pen.
162 (lame, Pit. drays, pen.
163 Game, Pits, Blues, pen.
164 Game, Pit. Dominiques, pen.
Class 7 Oriental Games.
165 Indian Game. Cornish, pen.
166 Indian Game. White, pen.
167 Bantams, (lame, pen.
168 Bantams, pair.
169 Turkeys, Bronze, pair.
170 Turkeys, White, pair.
Class 9- Bucks.
171 Best pair.
Class 10- Geese.
172 Best pair.
Class 11 Ornamental Fowls.
17:t Best pair, Pea Fowls.
Class 12- -Belgian Hares.
174 Best pair.
17f> Best pair.
Jim Wade Hill, Guy L, Watson,
170 Best Setter dog.
177 Best Setter bitch.
178 Hest Pointer dog.
170 Best Politer bitch.
180 Best Hound dog.
1SI Best Hound bitch.
182 Best Beagle dog.
1S3 Best Beagle bitch.
184 Best Collie dog.
IS". Best Collie bitch.
186 Other pets, such as cats, squlr
reis. O'PosSUm, etc.
Pea Ridge, Sept. 23.?Mrs. Clifford
Wingo and Mrs. Landford, of Wood
ruff, visited the former's mother, Mrs.
Margaret Bell, last week.
Sen. O. P. Goodwin and wife spent
Saturday night and Sunday with Mr.
S. L. Cunningham and family near
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Taylor, of Lau
rens. and Mr. Talinage and Miss Mag
gie Belle Patterson, of Lanford Sta
tion were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Robt. Cunningham Sunday.
Misses Bessie and Venie Hlakely and
Cora Workman were the guests of
Misses Irene and Mabel Goodwin Mon
Mrs. Louisa Saxton and rMs Winn,
of Laurens, Mrs. Jim Copeland and
Mrs. B. B. Hill, visited Mrs. M. E.
What We Never Forget.
according to science, are the things
associated w'fh our early home life,
such as Bucklen's Arnica Salve, that
mother or grandmother used to cure
our burns', bolls, scalds, skin erup
tions, cuts, sprains or bruises. Forty
years of cures prove Its merit. Un
rivaled for piles, corns or cold-sores.
Only 2">ets. at The Laurens Drug Co.
and The Palmetto Drug Co.
Ask to see "Wilkes Special" Range,
it is the hingest value ever shown in
a high grade steel range.
S. M. & E. H. Wilkes & Co.
Superintendent of Orphan Homo ut
Greenville, who Escaped from Prison
After Being Arrested for Assault
I poii Inmates, Arrested in HaltI
morc Sundii) School.
Baltimore, Sept. 22.?T. I*. Vaughn,
ertwhlle superintendent of the South
C arolina 1. O. O. P. Orphanage at
Greenville! who sawed his way) to
liberty from the jail there on the night
of .June 26th, where he had been con
fined on charges of criminal miscon
duct toward inmates of the orphan
age, was arrested today in a Baltimore
Vaughn's arrest was brought about
by Mr. U. 10. Allen. Jr., young son of
Mr. 11. NV. Allen, of Greenville. Mr.
Allen, who came to Baltimore a few
days ago to accept a position in a
bank here, detected Vaughn as both
were on their way to Sunday school.
Following Vaughn until he entered
the church, Mr. Allen then turned
and called detectives.
Several minutes after the detectives
received the message, thy arrived on
the scene and walking up to Vaughn
Detective Armstrong said: "Hello
Vaughn, what are you doing in
A hunted look crept into tin' man's
eyes and he made a movement as if
to escape. The other detective grab
bed him by the arm and he was taken
to the headquarters olllee, where he
denied to the captain of detectives
that he was the man wanted in
Later when confronted with a pic
ture of himself, Vaughn broke down
and admitted that he was the man
He was searched and in a wallet in
his side pocket was found $444?. Sev
eral newspaper clippings, taken from
The Greenville News relating to his
escape from jail were also found.
Since his arrival in this city several
weeks ago. Vaughn lias been a stu
dent at the Baltimore medical col
lege where he was taking a course in
medicine. When interviewed to
night In the central police station
where he is being held, Vaughn re
fused to tell anything of his where
abouts since he left Greenville except
that he spent a week or two in Nor
folk. He appears to take his arrest
coolly and stated that he was com
ing back to Greenville in January
to fight the charges against, him.
Asked who helped him to escape
from jail, Vaughn stated "Lots of
friends in Greenville," who would be
willing to spend a lot of money and
time to free him of the charges
against him. He asked to be placed
in a cell In the upper room of tho
station house but as the police are
taking no chances of his escaping he
was placed on the lower lloor.
R. B, Allen, when interviewed at
Central Y. M. C. A., of this city to
"I was walking on Kutaw street
with several friends when 1 noticed1
a man on the opposite side of the
street, who it seemed that I knew.
I walked over and was very much
surprised to see that the man was
Vaughn. I followed him and s'aw
him enter the church. [asked one
of my friends to telephone the po
lice and I entered the church and
watched him until the officers arriv
ed. He was placed under arrest and
as the police were leading him away,
the man turned to tue and stated that
he would get even."
Mr. Allen stated that he telegraph
ed to his father last night to claim
the reward which is offered, and to
night Mr. Allen received a telegram
from his father which stated that
Governor Blease had been toregrapi -
ed and the reward would be paid to
his son. Marshal of Police Farnan
also received a telegram from Sher
iff Poole who stated that he would
leave Greenville tonight for Bal
Vaughn is willing to return to
South Carolina without extradition j
Hyman Endel, president of Moun
tain Lodge No. lf> Independent Order
of Odd Fellows of Greenville, who Is
stopping in this city called at the
station house tonight to see Vaughn.
What the conversation was Bndel
refused to say.
I'nele Ezra Says.
"It don't take more'n a gill uv ef
fort to git folks Into a peck of trou
ble." and a little neglect of constipa
tion, biliousness, indigestion or other
liver derangements will do the same.
If falling, take Dr. King's New Life
Pills for quick results. Easy, safe,
sure, and only '.!"> cents at The Lauren 1
Drug Co. and The Palmetto Drug Co.
"On the Top Again"
Paying the Highest Market
With most convenient place to
weigh and unload. Your seed
unloaded off your wagon Free
Located between the Cotton
R. M. Eichelberger
Nice tract of 9 acres with a new 6-room cot
tage and barn at Cold Point known as the Dr.
Good Farm of 142 acres near Barksdale Sta
tion with dwelling, two tenant houses and out
buildings, known as James Todd Place. A bar
gain at $18.00 per acre.
Good G-room house and lot in city of Laurens
near square. House in good repair.' A bargain
30 acre, fine Farm, all in cultivation, one mile
of Princeton fronting Dr. Gilkerson's place, at
$40.00 per acre.
100 acres, fine farm, known as Polly Franks'
place, four miles above Laurens.
167 acres in Spartanburg county, near Mus
grove Mill. See us at once for prices.
113 acres of land known as Monroe land, join
ing lands of T. J. Mahon. See us for prices.
47 acres near Tumbling Shoals, and Prospect
church, known as Watkin's Place. See us at once.
Home Trust Company \
N. B. DIAL, C. H. ROPER,
President. See. & Truaa.
LAUIUONS, SOUTH CAROLINA
BRICK! BRICK! I
Just Received Two Car Loads
i Telephone 33 - - Laurens, S. C
DR. CLIFTON JONES
Offlc? In StmmoM BoJMtnrf
Phone: Offlc? No. 86; Residence 219.
Dr. T. L. Timmerman
People's Bank Bu.lding
Simpson, Cooper & Babb,
Attorneys at Law.
WH1 practice in all State Court?,
prompt attention (riven to all business.
WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS
Have you overworked your nfrvoue ?y?
tom and cau?ed trouble with your kid
ney* and bladder? lluvo you pains In
lolnn, dido. back and bladder? Huve you
a II.ihi.v appoarati'-^ of the face, and un
der the oyoa? A frequent di-slra to pans
urine? If n?, William*' Kidney rills will
fcMir?- you?Drusarlst, Price f>n<'
Williams mfg. CO., Prop... cwvoinnd.owa
i ...? r ru'RKNN DRUG CO.
Laurens, S. C. Laurens, s. C