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OUNTY FAIR PitEr4&UM LIST.
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143 Best ageq boar.
1 sack 16 per cent acid, Planters
Fort. Co.. W. C. Wharton, Agt.
144 Best young boar.
1 Back 16 jer cent acid, Planters
Fert. Co., W. C. Wharton, Agt.
Blue, J. 11. Atchisonl.
145 Best aged sow.
1 sack 16 per cent acid, Planters
Fort. Co., W. C. Wharton, Agt.
146 Best young sow.
1 sack 16 er cent acid, Planters
Fort. Co., W. C. Wharton, Agt.
13lue, J. H1. Atchinson.
147 ]lost display of not less than five.
I sack Imperial flour, $1.65, A. L.
Mlahaffey and,'25 lbs sugar, $15,
J. A. Franks:
147 I-2a Dest aged boar.
147 1-2 h -Dlst young boar.
147 1-2 c ]ost boar p1g.
147 1-2 ( Best aged sow.
117 1-2 elest young sow.
147 1-2 f Best Sow 1g.
:147 1-2 g Best dI;play of not less than
I sack i 16 pcr (cnt acId, Plante-s'
Fort. Co.. W. C. Wharton, Agt.
u. I. (.
148 Best aged boar:
149 Best young boar.
150 Best boar p1g.
15 Best aged sow.
152 Best young sow.
153 Best sow pig.
154 [Best display of not less than three
I pair work shoes, $3.25, Hyman
Blue, T. G. Hughes.
155 Best aged boar.
Blue, W. Y. Baldwin.
156 Best young boar.
Blue, J. H. Atchinson.
157 Best boar pig.
158 Best aged sow.
159 Bost young sow.
160 Best sow p1g.
ilue, J. l1. Atchinson.
161 Best display of not less than three
1 pair Knox shoes, $3.50, Switzer
Blue, W. x Baldwin.
Extra--Pair Duroc .Jersey, - flonths
Blue, W. 11. lalentine.
Extra--Display Duroc .Jer.53.
ilue, T. a. 1lughes.
162 Best grade sow.
I bushel home-ground emal, INich
Blue, 1M. R. Blakely.
163 ost grade gilt.
10 pounds clover seed, Kennedy
Blue, H. M. Owings.
164 Best liter pigs.
1 saIck I(,e meal, $1.75, Kennedy
Blue, 11. 1). Stewart.
16,1 1-2 Best grade p1g, 1 to 2 years.
$2.;50, .L H1. Miller.
165 Ileaviest hog.
3 Ibs Chase & Sanborn Coffee, $1.15
Fowler & Owens.
BIgee, .1. 11. Power.
I66 Pest hog.
Teague hiuid smoke, $1.00, Lau
res ilardiware Co.
11ce, .1. 11. Power.
166 1-2 hest sow and liter of pigs, any
Sbusheol meal, $1.10, lrailett &
sons. and $1.00 in inerchanebidise
by Peoples D)ru1g Store.
Blue, I. D. Stewart.
V.IA. White and \V. P. Morris
Sn uerint entis.
Terms: Pen-To consi1st. of one male
(either coek or coekerel) and two
females (either hens or pullets). Cock
-A fal blird over I year ol(. Cock
erel-A miale btird(I udr 1 year 01(1.
1Hen-eumale hird over 1 year old1. ful
let--a female bird-t undler 1 year old
167 Plymouth Rock, Barred, pen.
Mdse. $2.00. Ii. Te'rr-y, and 10 lb.
biucket. Snowdrift, Dixie Flour
& (-ain Co.
:Blue .\rs. T. M. Shuaw; r-cd, J1. L.
Power; white, A. H1. Mloore.
168 Plymouth Rock, WVhite, p~en.
Mdse. $2.00, H. Tcrr-y.
169 Plymouth Rock, Buff, pair.
Center table, $1.50, Rt. W. Willis.
170 Wyandotte, Silver 1)n,).
$2.00 in mterchandise, H1. Terry,
andl 10 1lbs. Snlowdlrift, . Dixie
loru & Grain Co.
Blue. J. Fr-ank Mar-tin; red, WV. T.
S-enn ; white B. M. Owings.
171 Wyandlotti, Golden, l)en..
$1.00 in mer-chandise, Powe 'Drug
Blue. Varle Iliakely.
172 Wyandotte. White. 1)0n.
$2.00 in merchnmndise, 1H. Terr-y,
andl 1 can JTackson coffee, $1.00,
Owings & Owings.
Blue, .\trs. Rt. C. Wallace; red, T. A.
Senn; white. D). A. Glean.
1721-2 \Vyndotte Partdridge.
Premium $1.00 Merchandise'by
Peoples Drug Store.
Blue, 11. Y. Simpson.
173 Rhode Island Reds, pen.
$2.00 in merchandhse, H1. Terry,
'andl I can .Jackson coffee, $1.00,
Owings & Owings.
Blue, B. Y. Culbertson; red,. Waldo
Martin; white, J1. F. Montgomery.
174 Brahma, 'ight, pair.
Blue, Mrs. T. M. Shaw.
176 Cochin, Buff, Pair,
176 Leghorn, White, pen.
Rocker, $3.00, S. M. & E. H Wilkes
Blue, 0. C. Roper; red, G. L. Wat
son; white, J. Frank Martin.
177 Leghorn, Brown, pen.
Center table, $2.00, 8. M4. & ID. H.
Wilkes & Co., and 48 lbs Po
tersons Best Flour, $1.65, Todd,
Blue, Dr. 0. F. Kiugh; red, 0. C,
178 Silver Campino, pen.
Imdies' hat, $2.00. J. C. Burns &
Co., -and 1 can White House cof
fee, 'Todd, Simpson Co.
Blue, 0. A. Spinks; red, WV. Hi. Bag
179 Minorca, p~air.
$1.00 in merchandise, Powe Drug
Blue, Rl. 14. Thompson. .
180 Anconas, pen.
$1.00 in merchandise, J1. C. Shell &
18f Andalusians, pen.
$1.60 in merchandise, Machen Gro
182 Orpinton, Pair.
Bowl and Piltchqr, $1.00, . M. &
E. 11. Wilkes & Co.
Blue, Mrs. T.Mi. Shaw.
183 Gaine, Black, Breasted Red, Pair.
1 Roster, $1.00, S. M. & E. H.
Wilkes & Co.
B1lu1e, T. F. Moore; red, R. G. Franks;
181 Game, Red Pyle, Pair.
Dr. I-less poultry powder, J. A.
Class 6-Pit Gimes,
185 Game, lit, Ieds, pair.
Mdse. $2.00, Ehureki Drug Co.
Blue, C. B. Motte.
186 (iaie, Pit, Whiites. paIr.
1 11) cake, $1.25, Laurens Bakery.
187 Gafe. P'it, Blacks, pair.
AMdse. $2.00, .J. V. Siell & Co.
Ifluie, .1. 1). CihIberIson.
ISS Game, 'it. Grays. pair.
I year stbscriptionl to Southern
189 Gamne, Pit. Blue . pair.
I year- subscription to Southern
190 Game, Pit, DominIquies, Pair.
1 lb dake, $1.25, Laurens Bakery.
I1xtra-llest display of Gaies, Pit.
Blue John ). W. Watts.
Pen-Blue, Carroll Wallace.
Pair--Blue, -larold Wallace.
Class 7-Oriental Games.
191 Indian Game, Cornish, pair.
$1.00 in merchandise, J. C. Shell &
192 Indian Game, White, pair.
$1.00 in merchandise, Eureka Drug
193 Bantams, Game, pen.
Boy's tie, 50c, Minter Co.
194 Bantams, pair.
1 lb cake, $1.25, Laurens Bakery.
,Blue, Jock Miller; red, Blank 75;
white, blank 194.
195 Best display of games.
48 lbs Sunbeam flour, $1.75, and
25 lbs sugar, Cash Grocery Co.
Blue .J. Frank Martin.
196 Turkeys, Bronce, pair.
Counterpaine, $2.50, Davis-Roper
Blue, Earle Blakely; red, Mrs. T. M.
Shaw; white, Mrs. A. E. Cleveland.
197 Turkeys, White, Pair.
Center table, $2.0, S. M. & E. H-.
Wilkes & Co.
Extra--Bourbon Red Turkcey.
Blue11, J. H1. Power.
198 Best pair Indian Runfiers.
Set cups and saucers, 60c, Hayes
5 and 1Oc store.
199 Pekin, best pair.
Set plates, 60c, Hayes 5 and 10c
Blue, J. II. Power.
200 Chinese, best pair.
3 lbs Chase and Sanborn coffec, A.
Blue, J. H. Power.
201 Common geese, best pair.
3 lbs White House coffee, Cash
(lass 12-Belgian Hares.
202 Belgian Ilares, best pair.
Boy's call, 25c, Ilayes 5 and 10c
Blue, Blank 201.
203 White rabbil, pair.
Boy's gloves, 25e, Hayes 5 and 10c
)ilue, .1. N. Kennedy.
201 Dest pair Carneax's.
Mlue, WV. P. .Jacobs, J.11
205 Ilest pair Wh'ite Aomlonies.
lilue, W. P. .lacobs, .ir.
20f; Best pair White AMaltees.
Blue, W P. . Jacobs, .11%
207 lest pair White King.
208 Best pair Fani Tails.
20!) Best display.
Watch, $3.75, J1. C. Bafrns & Co.
Blue, Carolina Pigeon Plant ; red,
Will iami Anderson.
210 Best Guinea display.
Picture, $1.50, Laurens Drug Co.
211 Best individual poultry display
of Laurens County.
1 goldl br'och, $5.00, Fleming Bros.
1 case washing p)owder, $5i.00,
_Swygert, Nichols & Co.
IExtra-Red Cuban Game.
Blue, W. C. Bolt.
Extra-Pair Leghorn Bantams.
Blun Reuben H utchinson.
Blue, J. D. Lewis.
Jim O'Shields, Guy L. Watson,
212 Best Setter' dog.
Combination knife and bottle 01)
ener, $1.00, Chero-Cola Bottling
Blue, W. 10. Wilson, red, H. ID. Hill1.
213 Best Setter bitch.,
Lar'ge umbrella, $1.50, Choe Cola
Blue, J. .\. O'Shields; red, 10. G. .Jes
214 Best Pointer dog.
Lar'ge umblrella, $1.50, Che Cola
Blue, Nathan Barksdale; red, E. R.
215 Best Pointer bitch.
1 hat, $1.00, Abe Diamond.
Blue, A. M. 11111; red, S. Boyd Sex
216 Best Hound dog.
1 suit underwear, $1.00, Abe
Illie, John Bolt, Jr.; red, E. D. Har
217 Best Hound bitch.
Pair Leghorns, -Jamnes OShields.
Blue, John Bolt, Jr.
218 Best pair Hound pups, one of
each sex, under 2 years old.
$2.50, by A, M. 11111.
Illue, IEugene and Willlam Power:
Red, A. M. 11111; white, Truman
219 Best Beagle dog.
Blue, Bee Parks; red, G. L. Watson.
220 Best Beagle bitcji.
Blue, Bee Parks.
221 Best Collie dog.
Blue, H. K. Aiken; red, J. M. Moore,
222 Best Collie bitch.
Blue, B. M. Owings; red, HI. K. Aiken.
223 Best pair O'possums.
1 can coffee,.3..'M. Philpot
___________ . -- ~ PUE LEVEN
We can save you The House that beats
money on that suit. them all for the price. Let us prove it.
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Fo Wis ShoPr
We have decided to make a close out price on all
Wool Dress Goods right in the heighth of the season.
Just when you need. them. We can't replace these
goods at the price we are closing them out at as all wool
goods are quoted at advanced price for next season, but
we need the cash. That's why the price.
Your choice of any piece of Wool Your choice of any piece of Wool
Dress Goi~ds that we sold for $1.50 yard Dress Goods that we sold for $1.00 yard
now $1.15 on sale till all closed out.
no w__$ 1 .15 _onsale _till _all _closedout. Y our choice of any piece f W ool
Your choice of any piece of Wool Dress Goods that. we sold for 75c now 55c
on sale'till all closed out.
Dress Goods that we sold for 85c and 90c
now 65c on sale till all clo. -ad out. 1 lot 50c and 75c Dress Goods odd
pieces, to close at 33c.
Your choice of any price of Wool All 10c Outings o - 8c
Dress Goods that we sold for 50c yard Everett Chambrays 7c
now 40c on sale till all closed out. All cotton goods at old time prices.
The above goods are strictly high grade woolens, the Davis=Roper
Quality, and it will pay you to look them over.
A better Man's Suit for a little less
money. Come in and let us show you How about that Boy's Suit? Come
some eye-opening values, you'll think from on and bring the boy. We can please him
the price that we're holding a clearance adstsyyua oqaiyadpie
sale. adstsyyua Oqaiyadpie
The Shoe House of Laurens. More Good Shoes under one roof
than any store in the count-y and the price is moving them along.
Just a little DAVIS -ROPER There's a rea
more son why it pays
"*COMPANY to buy for
for your money
Always the Best for a Little Less. Cash.
Blue J. Rapley Owings.
224 Best collection O'possums.
Munch bannanas, Ilondros Bros.
Blue W. H. Henderson.
225 Best pair squirrels.
1 shirt, Hayes 5 anid 10c Store.
Blue, Henry Snow.
Blue, John Milam.
Blue, A. B. Jacks.
See our line of 1847 Rogers Silver,
full line of fancy odd pieces, and our
prices are lower.
a. M. & E. H. WILKES & CO.
Prescriptions in Engilsh.
"It a medicinal subttanco has any
effect except upon the imagination, it
will have that effect as much when
written in English as in perfect Lat.
in." says the New York Medical Jour.
vit. It says doctors ntill writo their
prescriptions i) Latin-and what Lat
in!-only because their ancestors did
ad, and perhaps because it impresses
the patient, but the names of the
drugs now used "look as formidable
in English as in Latin." Therefore it
urges physicians to write in English;
thus fewer' mistakes will be mado in
putting up inedicines.
MIss Cavell Met Fate Calmly, Declar.
Ing She Was Glad to Ie for Her
Country. No Fear of Death.
London, Oct. 22.-i--Miss Edith Cavell,
the directress of the Brussells nurs
os' school, who was exeCtued by shoot
ing at the order of the German author
ities for aiding in the escape of
French and British soldiers, went to
her death calmly, glad to die for her
country, according to Rev. 11. S. T.
Grahan, British chaplain in Brussells.
"I have no fear nor shrinking. I
have seen death so often that it is not
strange nor fearful to me. But stand
ing before God and eternity I realize
that patriotism is not enough. I have
no hatred nor bitterness towards any
one," she said.
The German mliltary chaplain who
was with her said she was brave to
the last. "She professed Christian
faith and said site was glad to (lie for
her country. She died like a heroine,"
F[[L BILIOS? CALOM[L SICK(NS
CL[AN LIV[R AND BOW[L8 MY WAY
Don't lose a day's work! If Constipated, Sluggish,
Headachy, take a spooiful of "Dodson's Liver Tone."
Listen to me! Take ) o m e sick- you right up and make you feel fine
Ciing, salivating calomel w n bilious and vigorous 1y morning I want you
or constipated. Don't a day's to go back to the stor eand get your
work! money. Dodson's iver Tone is de
Calomel is mercury or quicksilver stroying the sale of calomel because
which causes necrosis of the bo0110. It Is Ieal liver medleine; entirely hoe
Calomel, when It comes Into contact etable, therefore it cal not salivate
with sour bile crashes into it, breaking or make you sick.
it up. This is when you feel that awful I guarautee that one spoonful of
iaus.'a and cramping. If you are slug- Dodson' ' Liver Tone wIll put your
gish and "all knocked out," if your luggish liver to work and clean your
liver Is torpid and bowels constipated bowels of that soil)' bile and vol5tl
or you have headaehe, dizziness, coat- pated waste which is clogging your
ed tongue, if breath is bad or stomach systelin and makig you feel miserable.
sour just take a spoonful of nareius I guarantee that a bottle of Dodson's
Dodson's Liver Tone. Liver Tone will keep your .ut ire fai
Ilere's my guarantee-Go to any ily feeling fine for months. Give It
drug store and get a 50-cent bottle oi- to yorli fldren. It is harmless;
Dodson's Liver Tone. Take a spoonful doesn't gri and they like Its pleas
tonight and If it doesn't straighten raiit taste.