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RIBON INNRS P
Scretary C. A. 'ower has anniiotttnned
thle prenlmim and prize winlners inl
the annual counity fair held Tuesday,
the 20th. The tines of the ribbon
winners In the woien's depmrtment
lIave not yet been turned over to the
secretary. so he Is unable to include
these In this annttouiceient.
in, giving this list to tihe public, Mr.
Power stated that Ite wished to c.xpress
on behalf of himself and the other
fair oflicers telir appreciation of the
very elicient antd loyal ser'vice renc
der-ed by the department11 superiinltend
('nts anil otoherts in prepacinigl for Ith'
fair and assistit oni tlh grottnds.
Inl the conffusion wh~ch followedl the
co(llapse of tIl' gracid-st:and, mant',y i Vn
tries were ccver' recorld'd with the
vecretary and this reason a tcii
bor of rir-st plamc" wininl'lrs w\1r,1 11in-ve
lo4'ctd byc th scrt' ary.s
Th rI ' w v ' 4VCera;l qn I ri s at tih.
fair dcs1rvin oII s1w'c'ial I nt iont
which have no~t beenl hereot'ore noted' .
On1t, of ti.4 was i t' th exc'licit display
of swin by .\l M . Histings it) St'wart,
of t'linton!. .\not her w\a ;tIho gardert
sdy .1 .\t s. W. I I, y r'd. AitothIr
(ha ,s th di splay of w gons inado 'y
WA'. I 8railk its' Scts. h th'-'
vas tlt' li plimpki showed by Mir.
W. P. Snow, the toaloes . grown by
Mrs. Gty Sitith, and the large watter
melon by .\Ir. Brooks Itishop. The Clin
1oct Ice lac-tory had a novel exhibit of
fruit and flowers encait'd in bloc1s of'
The juldge's in tho 't ta na lidI n1eat
weight this year 4- . t':- grooimin. t
tle stowk and ' o.. c'ndition o^ tl'
hi:ariness ii v'hlicleA. O0 It a ii :a. t r
of drive; a were kept *1 i ml being- pr:izc.
Winne(rst by 1aving shAbby harnes
One noteworthy feature of the day
was the fact that not a single arrest
was made it tle city, (ither oc the
grounds 'or onl the sticets. 'le coun
ty fair enjoys a rare reputatIon in Ilthis
respect, only one arrest having been
snade on tite grotinids since the fli'st
year it was started 1atd this arrest was
made as a result of an alterction be
tweeln two little negro boys.
The premium and prize winniter's as
alnOuntced by Mr. Power are as fol
PIREMIUMS AND PRIZES.
FiELD cROP DEiPvltTENT.
Samples of Field Crops.
It. H. Blakeley, A. IHomuer Mloore,
I Best peck with 12 ears whIte Dent
1 sack Royster guano. $1.50, Owing
lue. J. 11. Wolff; Red, IJ. P. (;ray
2 Best pcek with 12 rat's yellow I)ei
I sack I 4oyster guano, $2.50, Owling
Blu, H la Owngs lvd, ltal p]
3 Best. ple'k pIolific cornt wit It
stalks of same.
I sa'ck ltoyster giano, $2.50, Owing:
[tllu%. J. if. Wharton, .11r.; Red,.al
tel' l',. Caldwell.
4 Best Ick(]( witl 12 ears pop-corn.
I sick Rovster guano, $2.50, OwIng
Bleti. 14". NI. llaieley; Red, .I. G
6 Best peck of peas.
I sack Planters fertilizer, $2.50, W
lute. W. H. iHaletinie; Ried. WV. D)
9 Best 1)eck of peanuts,
1 Can .Jackson Square coffee, $1.00
Owings & Owings.
Blue, Dewey Godfrey; Red, ..
10 Best pec0k of clay cowpeas.
Blue, Tr. IH. Childress.
12 Best pec0k of whlpporwlll cowpeaa
1 sack Planters fertilizer, $2.50, WV
Blue, GI. II. Holt ; Red, . W. flecks,
13 Best heck unknown cowpeas.
Blue, Jl. F. Danvis; lRed, F. .\I. hlake
14 Best peck of (nable cowpeas.
.1 sack Planters fertIlIzer, $2.50, W.
Blue, J. 'T. lalkely; lRed, A. II,
15 Best peck any variety sweet po
1 sack Royster' gtuano, $2.50, Owings
Blue, Jolhn W. 'Turnet'; lRed, A. I.
16 Best Peck of IrIsh potattoes.
1 sack Planter's fer'tilizer, $2.50, W.
Blue, T. R., Blakeley; Red, W. L.
17 Best peck of tur'nips.
I sack guano, $2.50, through Owlng*
Blue, C. D). Rlobertsont; Red, J. Rap
19 Best peck of beets.
1 can WhIte House coffee, $1.00,
Blue, E. C. 'Simpson; Red, Albert
23 Best onIons.
1 sack Royster guano, $2.50, Owlngs
Blue. W. D. Byrd.
31 Best collectIon of different kinds
I sack Planters fertIlizer, $2.50, W.
1 sack meal. $i.20, Laurens 011 Mill.
'luo .J. D. W. Watts.
32 tflest 12 stalks of sorghum.
1 sack Royste~r guano, $2.50, Ow
ings & Boho.
lue Ji. D). W. Watts.
32% Best display of Laurens county
1 No. 71 Chattanooga turn plow,
$5.50, Brooks Hardware Co.
Blue, A. Homer Moore.
33 Two largest pumpkIns.
1 can Jackson Square coffee, $1.00,
Owlngs & Owings.
Blue, Jf. T. P'eden ; Ried, W. F. S'now.
35 Two largest cushtaw.
Blue, JT. I. Wells; Red, W. Fi. Snow.
37 Best bale long staple cotton.
Blue. H.I C. Culbertson.
1 li COUMY FIR |
:S Best stalk upland cotton.
Blue, T Mae ROI)1r.
:39 Iest dis)lay of leaf tobacco.
lue, T. it. Blakeley.
,10 Best display of vegetables.
1 lamp. $2.50, Leverett Furniture Co.
Blue. Mrs. W. D. Byrd.
.11 Best peck short staple cotton seed.
Blue. .1. F. Gray; Red, J. L. Dickert.
42 Best peck long staple cotton seed.
Blue, If. C. Culbertson.
43 Best display of farm produce from
ay one farm.
I pair Crossett Shoes, $6.00, by
Watts Mill store and 1 year sub
scription to Southern Cultivator
111111, W. 1). Byrd.
I 'a Pea Is.
liu .T. 11. Birown; :Red, W. 11. Hal1
13) Toia toes.
I 1. ti .\l Mrs. (;uy Smlith.
I lo. I Irooki S I ihop: IZed. .r. J. S.
I iied .\plel s.
11.ilue. .\rW. . Ioperlil.
G:: l.e lo.
llUe, lir. I1. Niial.
H:o lst enbbmag.,
1,11. W. MH. Williamus.
;IhI Coll lction of brools.
H.lue,. . (nW d. W. Mrr.
"i .lom-made disk plow.
11,111. W. .\. P'earee.
j:L Home-made wag~ons.
lblue, W. 1. 0ralett's Sons.
BlueSES, MUAtLES ANeD ASSES.
WV. Rt. McCuen. J. G. Brown,
45 Best standard bred stallion.
Blue, 1). A. Glenn; Red, Ed. W. Mar
47 Best standard bred horse colt.
1 bridle, $1.50, J. A. Franks.
Blute, J. If. Atchison; Red, .1. T-.
I8 Best standard bred mare colt.
I leather halter, $1.50, J. A. Franks.
Blue. 1). A. Martin; Red, F. S. Stod
50 Best heavy draft mare.
Blue, 11. .1. Franks; Ied, M. A. Can
non; White, L. L. Ligon.
51 Best heavy draft horse colt.
I halter, $1.50, Brooks Hardware Co.
Blue, F. S. Stoddard.
53 Best light draft stallion.
Blue. 1). A. Glenn; Ied, .1. M. Coie
Extra-W. P. Childress & Son's display
of Yellman and get.
1st. $5.00; 2nd, $3.00.
Blue, It. It. Owings; led, M. A.
54 Best light draft mare.
Ihlue. A. L. .\artin: IRed, 1. 1. Ligon.
)55 Iest light draft. mare iand colt.
I pair geit's shoes, $3.00, J. C. Burns
1lue. I R. Owinlgs: Red, S. C. l'ow
0.r: While, 1L. W. .\artinl.
-6 Best. light dr1aft COt 'under' V year
Bilue, M. A. Cannon RIed. \lM. A. Canl
non : White, 1'. W. Martin.
.7 Best light draft colt over I yearl
10 Il. pall Watkins stock tonie, .1. E.
Blue. M. A. Cannon: lted, .1. 1,. An
derson: White, F. S. Stoddard.
1.9 Best c->unty raised stallion, 4 years
old and under.
Bilue. It. It. Owings; ied, .1. M. Cope
39 Best. pair mules, Laurens County
1 pair blind bridles, $5.00, Laurens
Blue, D). A. Glenn; lRed, J1. W. Peter
60 Best mule colt, 2 years old, halter
2 sacks Planters guano, $5.00, WV. C.
Blue, S. A. Briown.
61 Best mule colt. 1 year old, halter
1 sack Roysters guano, $2.50, Owings
Blue, S. A. Br'own; R led. E. S. Hud
62 flest mare and1( -mule colt under 1
year 01(d, 65 per cent and 35 per
I pair men's shoes, $3.50, Switzer
Biu', b,. W. Martin; lRed, W. Ri. An
derson0i1; Whtit e, A. E. (Clev~elaind.
63 Best jack.
Blue, I'. S. Bailey.
Extria-Best colt from W. D Byrd &
S'on's jack, under 1 year 01ld.
1st, $3.50; 2nd, $2.75.
BlIue. W. Ri. Andeison ; Red, A. E.
Extra-Girls hor'seback ridling, uinder
16 years of age.
1 signet ring, $2.50, W. Solomon.
Blume, Miss Fannie lludgens; Red,
Miss (lney' Bagwell; White,
Miss Mattle Copeland.
68 Boy riding, uinder 14 years old.
Boy's hat. MInter Co.
Blue, Master' E. W. Martin ; Red,
David Copeland; White Richard
69 Best Shetland pony, ridden by boy
5 lb. box candy, by Palanco of
Blue, Richard Counts.
70-Best iding by lady.
Ladies' bat, $4.00, Davis-Roper Co.
Biue, Miss Lucey Peden; Red, Miss
71 Best Shetland pony, driven In har-.
ness, 65 per cent and 35 per
1 sweater, Minter Co.
Blue, Master Dan Patton; Red(, Eu
72 Ben riding by gentleman.]
Umbrella, $2.00. W. 0. Wilson & Co.
Blue, P. C. Parkins; lRed, Walter
73 Best dIriving by lady.
1 pair ladies' kid gloves, $1.50,
Blue, Miss Lucy Peden; lRed, .MIss
Ruth) Workman; White, Mi's. L~.
'E. Yau bor'ough.
74 Bent 5adldle mare.
Rilnne Earl Tangntnn
5 Best saddle horse.
B~lue, P1. C. l'arkins; lied, Ml. W.
'6I Best saddle mare or horse.
Gentleman's hat, $3.00, D'is-Roper
Illue, P. C. l'arkins; lied, Ml. W.
hiellaws; White A. Mi. Itanage.
'7 Best single harness mule.
I razor, $2.50, Moseley & Roland.
Blue, Robert Ilurdette; Red P. W.
Roper: White, W. S. Chapman.
71/ [est single harness mule, Lau
rens County raised.
Blue, .John Ml. Copeland.
'S Best pair geldings driven in har
1 pair gloves. Minter Company.
Blue, J. M. Copeland.
'9 Best pair mules driven in har
Dixie Land coffee. $1.00, J. 11. SullI
Illue. II. ,. lllakeley: IRed, NI. W.
r y; W hite, .1. L'. Plis .
.1.2 e~st pallr of, LauIrenls counlty'
1:100l, 1). A. Gelen.
0 lest mare driveni in harness.
lu .1.. It. Atchison;: lIed, .1. V.
Ashlorv; White, A. 1'. Martin.
1 l est Imlureis collilty ralsed
I;ie. ~W. W. Watkins; lied, HI. It.
I iest gelding drivenl in hariness.
lune. \\t ati lobertson; Ried. T. M.
Shaw; Whlite, 1'. G. Franlks.
2 Best horse or mare driven In lihar
I pair shoes, $1.00, Chardy & Wilson.
Blue. It. U. Franks: ed W. L. 1101
:11 Beett pair mares, driven in harness
I whip, $1.00, Jiio. A. Franks.
Milue. .1. T. 'edenl.
4 Best pair, one of each sex, driven
'Signet ring, $2.50, W. Solomon.
lue, .1. M. Copeland; lied, Work
man & Watkins; White, H1. I.
A. '. Cleveland. J. M. Sumerel,
5 Best bull, 2 years old and over.
Dnle, W. I). Byrd & Son.
6 Best bull, under 2 years old.
Blue, L. 12 Ligon.
s9 Best display of Ayrshlres.
3 sacks meal, Laurens Oil Mill.
Bilue, .1. 1). W. Watts.
10 Best bull, 2 years old and over.
Bllue, W. 1). Byrd & Ful.
)2 Best cow, 2 yecars old and over.
Blue, W. F. Compton; Red, .\. 11,
-M Best display of Jrseys.
:1 sacks cotton seed meal, $3.60. Lau
rens Oil Mill.
Blue. W. 1). ihyrd & FI.
C- Den-It display pure bred cattle, alny
2 sacks 'otton seed meal, Laureni
1ll1e. (. A. Fuller.
6 Best. grade (ow any age.
I sack eotton seed meal, $1.20, Lau.
relns Oil Mill.
1,lu . M . . Que it.
37 liest grade heifer, 2 to 3 years old
I sack colton seed meal, $1.20, lau.
runs Oil Mill.
111l1o, 1'. l.. 111urn1s.
)8 Best brade heIfer I to 2 years old
I sack cotton seed meal, $1.20, Lai
reis Oil 'Mill.
1lu1e, W. W. Grtlln.
,9 Best grade helfer calf under 1
1 sack cotton seed meal, $1.20, Lau
renst Oil Mill.
1luo, A. '. Cleveland.
Blue, Glenn A. Fuller.
John D. H-unter, 0. L. Hunter,
112 Best aged boar.
I sack cotton seed meal, $1.20, Lau.
rens Oil Mill.
Blue, Hi. D. Stewart; Red, J. 11
113 Best young boar.
I sack cotton seed meal, $1.20, Lau
rens 011 Mill.
Blue, Ii. D). Stewart.
114 . Best aged so w.
I sack Planters fertilIzer, W. C
Blue, 11. TD. Stewart.
115 Best young sow.
I sack cotton seed meal, $1.20, Lau
rens Oil MIlI.
lue, (1. A. Fuller; Redl, TI.M1. Shaw
116 Besti display oif not less than five
1 sack Milco hog feed' $1.50, Ken
Blue, HI. I). Stewart.
119 Best aged sow.
1 sack Planters fertilIzer, WV. C
Blue, (1. A. Fuller.
120 Best young sow.
1 sack Planters fertilizer, W. C
lue, 0. A. Fullor.
121 Best. display of sot less t'han five.
1 sack Ann Arbor Flour, $1.50, Hun.
Blue, G. A. Fuller.
123 flest younb boar, any other breed
$1.00 merchandise, Rays Pharmacy.
Blue, B. M. Owlngs.
V. A. White, W. P. Morris.
130 Plymouth Rock. Barred, pen.
Ladle's hand bag, $1.50, Laurens
Blue, D). M. Norwood; Red, A. UI.
'Moore; WhIte, C. M. Babb.
33 Wyandotte, Silver. pen.
$2.00 In merchandise, Rays Pharm
Blue, W. T. Rena; Red, W. J. Senn;
White, C. M. Isa.bb.
.34 Wyandotte, GTidedn, pen.
$1.00 in merchandise, Rays Pharm
Blue, D~r. II. B. Stewnart.
35 Wyandotte, White, pen.
1 pair ladhies' shoes, $3.50, Swltzer
Blue, Mrs. A. Ei. Cleveland; lRed,
Mrs. A. 1E. Cleveland; White,
Olive S. 11ill,
36 Rhode JIlandl Reds, pen).
(Continued on Pn'a Thee.)
Extra Heat, Just
XA,711H a Peifcction Sn
house you are saf
happen to your heating
Cold snaps have no terror for you
extra heat needed to make bedroom.
comfortable. Burns kerosene-casy t
Perfection Heaters are portable, heat <
At hardware, furniture dealers and ge
Washington, D. C. (N E W
Richmond, Va. BALT
Choice Real E
84 acres known as the Jones land 20 acres or lam
bounde( by lands of I,. Z. Wilson and limits Of cit O o
W. Z. IBall with 7-room cottage, good o li c ge 1or11.
tenaint house, good bails and out- TWO tore roolt
bu"I iligs. 'rice $.~,0.00 per acre, 1-4 roti .1)0 feet ;ij
cash, balance, 1, 2 and 3 y r. .
2 acres, more or less, inl town ofor Ia
1'. 11. Taylor t'arm. bounded by lands moc Street, in C
of Charlie Irb-y, Itush Powers, Russell six rooti dwelling
I'attisoni, with dwelling aInd ot- of $900.
buildings. Price $1,000. All cash. 3-4 acre more o
2 acres, ore or less, in town of 13 H111-114 home, in
i) ititied by Boyd'(
Siml psonville, GreenvIlle county, il fronting on N
known as J. 11. Goodwin's house and With seven rooi
lot and bounded by Dr. llowtrd and 11g and tine well
witfii, otagbaa. been recently
JF. A. 'odd. as be.utiful t tion and can be b
nicely located. Price $2500. All cash. td s,
10 acres of land near Owings. a part yas
of Mrs. HI. G. Willis' farnm, bounded
by J. M. Owings and land of Mrs. HI.
G1. Willis. $100 per acre.
One acre of land and 8-room dIwell
ing in the growing town or Gray\
Court, bounded by lands of J. W. WVells
and J. 11. Owings, has fine~ barn, fine
well water and tank. in 300 yanias of
Gray Court-Owings Institute. Price +
500 acres on the road leading from ~~~
Gray Court to Lanford, will be sub
divided into 50-acre lots and sold on ,
easy terms. See mec early and secure
51 1-2 acres knowvn as the llalentine 1
land, bounded by the lands of porter
10lledge and1( others. Priice $30.00 pert
One acre of landl with 7-room cot
tage bounded by lands of G. Y. l11
lams and Mr's. J. Rt. Dorroh. Prie
40 acres of land. knownt as part of U-odaebk
the Martin Riddle estate, bou1-nded by m al fyuw
lands of 10. M. Riddle anid Mrs. Elmina 13-areofa
Owings. Price $40 per' acre. ~ atnhm
2 3-4 acres, kmnown as Duckett housebetiucoae
and lot, bounded by TI. D. Lake and Pie$,0.0
road leading to Madden station; 1-2 ceofan
mile of the city limits of .Iaurens.th Mr.An
218 acres, more- or less, known asdwligadot
0. 1L. Hunter home, bounded by War-tosooanch
rior creek, M. H. Hunter, W. J. Fdlem- ar
ing and others, wIth six room dwell
ing and four tenant houses, well im- 19aceko
proved. Price $9,000, tcBrn n
178 acres of land near Ora, bound- i iepeeo
ed by lands of fl'em Poole, Williamcteangodi
Bryson and others, with good im- a 4 e ce
provements, will be sold very, very 20acemr
low,.h a wnsp
Also three unimproved lots at the R heC 3
Watts Mill will be sold remarkably wligadoh
cheap. S'ee me for price. I h rpryo
1 3-4 acres, more or less, known assodahe tes
10. Rt. Biakeley home, bounded by Y. C.
Hellams, J. J. Dendy and fronting 4 cemr
Church street. F~ight room cottage .Poeshm,
and outbuilding, city water, with TyoI.L m
lighs, ine astre. ric $2,00. room cottage, for
The LndMnTWh Divies'o
When 'You Need It
m~keless Oil Heater in the
guarded when accidents
for the Perfection supplies just the
bathroom or sitting room warm and
o handle and inexpensive.
iuickly and are smokeless and odorless.
neral stores everywhere. Look fot the
E R SE Y) Charlotte, N. C.
[MORE Charl..t.., S. C.
state for Sale!
I inside incorporate 25 acres of land known as 13.
.aurins, with six Todd's home, bounded by lands of 9.
e rooi house and 11. Burton, I-. I. TraynlIam an Mr
,500. Rosa Lee Craddock. This Is a beauti
s, at Watts Niii fil home at Narnie stti on C. &
1 50 feet (leep. Price W. C. railroad, G miles from lAlurenB,
This homne N%,11 IlUlt 111(1 i!Ui)I'OVc(I I,,.
d. hounle(l by Jeff 1913. Price $2,750. Why not buy this
ley, iaid otherQs Oil today?
ty of I .urens; has 41 1-2 re, known as M. B. Btiri~'
fir the small sum hom1, bounded by A. 1. Burs, S. j.
1Burns1 anld Jin11 Nabore. Price $1,660.
rless, kii, vn as A. 15 acres, more or less, known as the
the city of Laurens, 11. L. McSwaia home place In Cross.
sexton, Geo. Garrett 11111, with a beautiful 8-1oom cottage.
orth Harper street, See me for prices.
dwelling, outbuild- 1 1-4 acres with six-room (lweling;,
)f water. This home two barnp, and other outbuildings ati
built in fine loca- the Watts Mill. Price $1,8(0.00.
ught for $3,200, one
.e in one and two aome, o n by S. A. Wiis
Teeare aafdeo easy.agaSee
, knownie knonsa thartrksof'
Cheek Geo ladSmithtiecoprelmiso
antthr. Heai fLues.Pie$50 e
1171-2achy bSndd bBurdsnfs,
hrFlmn.The ihsstteo utvti,.Pie
ari an Maothomseaeruse.n h
Tr.Jaeiwn s i n ftefnetlctosi
y esat eryand wil scobecoet huc n ls o
mtti rpry cemr r less, known as SW.T
dknwaste .Tmlo'plcbounded by Norh ia..
ttsn Millr, witly ersreWtsMlspory;fv
and stre-romroo acreslln storeoo as5 f.eR.
Thd' barnme, boned elyo ater. ofa.
be cuonte wit .Ternhamkan Mrs,
known asp rosa rie Ctsaradyok insld isc beau,
Cheek eo.Smit 63 aroad, 5morirlessro Larnw,
and othes. Has s the w ansordilands bmoroved byr
rch. ric $3 perdett1a. ohrsc$,70 Pric $60.0 per this
'ItM. 5 1-2 acres, known as th. Gi.l Bur.
dodbyBaIbrt Iidehom pae, bounded . yH Curn,il. J
proert, icey l-rns n JPmiNabor7.6Pricer$are 0
prvmn ha 01 acres, more or' less, known ash
I. D. Mcraydn home bounded by Cros.
or lss, nown~ohers, with taeandfu .-oomtt~dag.
outbildngs.Thi 64 acresofln with 6-room wel'in;
twoatndwllb d bansD andintherSoutbuiadings at'
at $,500cash tCoo Warts Ml. Price $,00.00e~ r.
88 acresmoerlss, known asSmt'.
les, non a W lohomnbpae, bounded by ButWlems
boudedby'F.B.Caheter.ed Mcoanie and. others,
$120 uli.Price $ 60 erar.
Theearset Suit aYfew r Puie rgs