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VOLUME XXXI. LAURENS, SOUTH CAROLINA. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1915. NUMBER 16
Over Three Hundred Delega
Were Present for the
Which Was Held in th,
Here. Meeting was Fee
Addresses and Enthusiai
Who Attended. Meet it
Alter tw. (lays of enthusiastic work,
the delegates to the Second Annual
Convention of the South Carolina
Christian E ndeavor 'Society left for
their homes over the state early Mon
day morning. To be convinced of the
wonderful success of this great gath
ering, one needed only to attend a few
of the sessions and hear the vigorols
addresses, witness the enthusiasm for
the work at hand that was displayed
each nioment of the meeting and note
lie careful attention paid to every
speaker by the (IIree 111111dred and forty
six members of the society who were
To the Lattrens people, the meetinlg
was a iost ciijoyable affair. The short
stay of tihe visithg young people was
a perilod of delight to all of Lalurcns
and siie t 1her 10parture the people
have missed their pleasant. spirit of
Christian feilowship. Their cheerful
and enti husiastic manner spread over
the entire town, and the two days of
their stay were days of inspiration and
(0111umbial W11n1 (Cup1.
The trophy cup offered by the Lau
rens Society for the church sending
the largest number of delegates was
presented to the First Presbyterian
Clirch of Columbia. This church was
represented by twenty-two delegates.
ElectlOin of Officers.
On Saturday the oilleers for the com
Ing year were elected. The following
were elected: President. Wyatt A. Tay
lor of Columbia, viee-President E,. It.
Wilkes of Laurens and Secretary, A. T.
Cor2oran of Charleston. Following tle
election of otlicers, the Union voted
oil the place of meetling for next year
and Sumter was selected.
The features of tile ieetlings were
tlho addresses by Karl Lehmann,
Southern Secretary of the society and
one whose force and power in the
Christian Endeavor world has given
him a national reputation. The pres
ident of the organization, Mr. Wyatt
Tavlor of Columbia, piresided at all
of the meetings and tile enthusiasm
that he displayed, together with his
64 Ilent exedutive ability had much
td A with thn immense success of the
meetings. . -
Friday Evenhig MiOD.
Most of the delegatos hIt'ryed in Lau
rena on the "G. li 9lcial" from Co
ltabla and Weite taken at once to the
chilrch \vhre after a delightful lunch
1OPebired by the local committee, they
began at once the business of the meet
Ing. The following program was car
ried out Friday evening:
Devotional, ledl by tihe Rev. Chas.
F. Rankin, pastor of the Laurens Pres
byterian church. "We are glad you
came", A. C. Tiodd, Laurens. "So are
we," A. TI. Coi'coran, Charclston. "The
campaign for millions andl oilher caml
paigns," W. Anderson Cla rkson, C~o
lumbia. "ThPie Camp~aign for Mlillions'"
Al iss Agnies Ilavenel, Spartanburg.
"WVe Can If We Will, We Must if We
Can," W'yattI A. Tiaylor, Columbia. '"The
Hiistory and( Principles of (Chr1istin
h'ndeavor,'' Karl Lehmnann, Southern I
TO OPEN F"ORDl 0.IRA 1E.
Mr. N. A. Crailg of Greenwoodi Accepts
Agency and will -Open Gnrage at an
Mr. Niles A. Craig of Greenwood has
necopted the agency for Ford Cars in
tis territory and some1 time this
month will open a garage in the buildl
ing formerly' occupied by Mcelurin
and Teaguie located near the uni m ~ sia-.
tion. The garage andl tihe sales agency
here will he in charge of Mr. W~il-im
C. Waldrep andl their territory will
consist of Laurenls, WVaterlioo andl Scnf
fletown townshlips. The business here
' will be known as thle Craig Auto Co.
Mr. Craig will also open a garage in
Cross Hill1 to be known as 'the Crossi
1i1 Motor Car Company. Tits comn
pany Will also handle For.1s and, will
have as their territory Crosa ,1Hill
township in this county and Moon
township in Newhnery county.
ION C[QSD SUMDAY
tes from Over South Carolina
Second Annual Convention
e First Presbyterian Church
tured by Many Illuminating
itic Work on the Part of All
a Sumter Next.
The Sessions Saturday.
Three sessions of the Union were
ield on Saturday, morning, afternoon
and evening. The morning session
was presided over by Mr. 1. H. Wilkes
tid was devoted mainly to three-min
ute talks on (he 'Millions" movement.
The afternoon session was devoted to
meetings of the juniors, in which
plans for fuliture work were mapliped
out. Saturday evening's session, with
W. Kirk Allen of G reeiville presiding,
Was featired by the illustrated address
of Karl Lehmann on "Circuninavigat
lug the Christian EIndeavor Globe".
Snday a Busy Day.
The last day of the annual conveni
lion of the South Carol ina Christian
EIndeavor1 union began early in the
Imorniing with a sunrise prayer meet
lng at 6::0 o'clock which was led by
the 1ev. .1. 0. Reavis, ). D., professor
of pastoral theology, homiletics and
Endj.lish Bible, Columbia Theological
semii'ary. More than 100 delegates at
tended this part of the day's )roglramti.
At 11 o'clock in the First Presby
terian church the convention sermon
was preached by the Rev. T. W. Sloan,
1). D., of Greenville.
'in the afternoon Karl Lehmann
spoke on "The 1'filciency Canmipaign,"
which was followed by minute reports
fromn the societies represented on
"The hest. Thing My Society l1 as
Done This Year." A conference was
after'(wards held on "Tried and Proved
1,Te evening meeting ended with an
aIddress, ".\Mobilize, Vitalize, Pvangel
ize," by Dr. Iteavis.
A model weekly prayer imeeting for
the societies was held at 6' 30 o'clock
in the afternoon.
Word was received fromn Allan
Nicholson of Union, expressing alippre
clation of greetings sent him by the
State union. Mr. Nicholson also said
that lie would endeavor to organize
ten societies in Union county by next
The oeficers for the ensuing year
were installed, a glowing tribute be
ing paid to the efficiency and zeal of I
Wyatt Taylor, president, and B1urtI
Corcoran, secretary. Mr. Lelimann
said that he had been in practically
all the 2States but had never seen more
enthusiastic consecrated and untiring
workers titan these two young State
oflicers. He said that every person
who had h'ad anything to do with the
meeting this year and the expansion
of the union had labored with silen
Resolutions, presented by .1. 0. Din
kins, Mi1ss Ada L,. Saunders, Hi. WV.
flarre and Miss Iliarr'iott Plowden,
were adopted, thankIng the people of
14aur'ens, the pastor and1( ofllcers of tihe
Presbyterian church for the enter
taiuimenit of the conv~ent ion, the oil(el5
of the association andl M\r. Lehmann.
'The commuit tee on resolutions indo1rsedl
thle hioldintg of another conv~ention in
lie Call of 1916 andl the all-Southern
movement, whose object is to unify
the Chtristian it ndleavor' work.
Newv Series ii. & L. Assoelation.
The lifthI series of the H omte lhuild
ing and1( Loan Association stock has
beeni op~ened Cot' sutbscription and the
series wvill cotmmenece on the first of
hDecemnber. Thei lBuildling and Loan
plan of saving and~ inivesting money is
becomitig more popular' over' the count
try each year' and the ollicera~ of this
association anticip~ate an eairly purit
chase of the capital stock. Mi'. TC. P.
iiter' is prtesidlent and Mir. C. HI.
Itoper secretatry and tr'easureri of the
hlome hB. & L. Assoeiation.
Long Jiranach SchI(o.
Thtore will be a social gathering at
the Long Brtanch school Friday night,
November 12th, to which the public
Box Suppier at Mt. Pleasant.
A box and oyster supperO will be giv
en at Mt. Pleasant school house next
Friday night, November 12. The pub
lie is cordially invited to attend. The
proceeds will be used for the benefit
of the seoon.
couiR OF COMMON PLEAS.
List of Cases Tried Last Week and
Those That lave Been Finished
The Court of Common Pleas with
Judge W. W. Lewis presiding, is now
on its second week of sessions. A
large number of cases have been tried
and disposed of so far and it is ex
pected that by the end of this week,
the docket will be a much lighter one.
The following cases have been tried
and disposed of since last Wednelsday:
Bank of Gray Court vs .)no. 11. Cook
as Executor of estate of Abraham
Cook. Verdict for defendant.
C. C.' e1'arce vs James L. Milam,
verdict for Plaintiff In sum of $3i.99.
.1. N. ILeak vs M. 11. Dlurdine, verdict
for Plaintiff In sum of $218.62.
Ml. S. 1alley & Son as administia
tors of estate of George F. Young, Nvs
Mrs. Salli 1). Young, verdict for
Plaintiff in sum of $1267.72.
Mount aini City I roni Works vs M. S.
Halley and Sons, verdict for Plaintiff
!in sum of $110.02.
W. F. Compton Xvs Southern Ix press;
('ompany, verdict for Plaintiff in suill
A. A. Chemical Company vs N. 1).
arrett, vi'diet, for Phaintliff in sum
A. A. Chemical Co. vs ''. W. Canady,
verdilet for Plaintiff in sim of $112.99.
ID. A. Sullivan vs T,((odd" & Co., ver'dict
for. Plaintiff in sumi11 of $16.li3.
lefore t1h adjoillIlment Saturday
the couit, with .u(ge Levis and Asso
iate .lustice Watts on the bench. held
memorial exercises iI honor of the
late Col. .John W. Ferguson.
DEATi OF ,'OEPIl A. PINSON.
'ormer Laurens Citizen Dies In (reen.
Tille and14 llur1led at Prosperity 1111p
Gireenville, S. C., Noveiber .-Mr.
los. A. Pilnson, a citizen of tills
ity, died at his home oil DeCamp St.,
or1ler' of Marshal avenue, yosleriday
morlIling after anl in11ess exteliding
)vei several week. age 70 years.
Mi'. Plinson was forlelrly a citizen
1)f liurens, havinlg ben horn and
ireared in that county, but removing
with his family to this cily several
Vear's ago ndil since removing here 11e
has not been aelively engaged In ally
Ibsiness puirsiits, on accouint of falil
Mi. Pinson had been married twice,
Is first wife preceding him1 to tile
;rave some seven years ago. Several
ears ago he married Mrs. Lettie Pol
lard who with the following childr-en
nirvive, Mrs. J. 0. Jones, Mrs. R. G.
Coleman, and Messrs Clarence and
flucus P~ison all of this city,
The remains were taken to Laurens
)n an early train this morning at
leven o'clock, at Prosperity Baptist
,hurch of which he was a devoted
member. The services will be con
lucted by the Rev. J. A. Martin, pas
or of the church. Interment will
rollow Immediately after the services.
Movin lg to New Quarters.
Thue nlew stor'e room remodeled for
W. Solomon, tile jeweler, 11as been
30ml1Pleted and4 is stock of jewelry is
now beoing moved into the neCw (luarI
ter's whichi are located neOxt door1 tol his
ald standi. Tile remodeled roomIl has
been comlplet ely changed and now~ has
the appe aance of a most up1-t o-diate
stor Ier'oom. Inl add(1ithIn14 o the gre(at
IillprIov'emen11t In the oldi front, th1e InI
51ide has been comni olely overhla uledi,
new coil ing pllaced and( a beauIItiul
Sled floor laid.
1)euih of4i Mr's. . inna Tlraynham~ i.
Grecenville, S. C., Nov. 5.---Mris. An
nla Tr'3iaynha, wife of' .1. Lewis Trayn
ham iedbi at. 1101 homei oil AugustIa
Rload Stodnay miorniing ait tve 'lock
ifter' a long illne~ss. She Is surv'~ived
b~y fouri Soils, ('hirence, Riaymlond TIr
win and Uluns, also one daui~ghter',
Miss Magg'i'mTaynhlam. I er fiends
irre gievedl to learn oft her' deathi, as
she0 was loved by all wh'lo knew her1.
11er i'eamlns were carried to Pri'nceton
whereo she was a devoted mlC~embe of
theo churiich. TheIl fam13'ly as the sym i
plathly of their1 many3 friends.
A featur'e of the recenlt Christian
E'ndeavor' Convention was tile 1un
asually flne mulisic r'ender'ed through
r. it thle meetinlg bly tihe local choirs
an~d two or three visitor's. Tile cho011
conslisd of about for'ty voices aind
included singers fr'om each1 of the
churches here. The local singers
were most ably assisted bly MIss 11111
of Greenvilol and Mr. flogers of Spar
AI'O FiRE TUi'CK AlRiVES.
'Magniicent New Fire Fighting Ma
chine Delivered to the City.
Tite new auto fire truck arrived yes
terday and entertained a large audi
ence in front of the city hall during'
the whole of the afternoon. It is cer
tainly a formidable-looking fire-ight
Ing machine, one which is seldom seen
in a city of this size. It is the pro
duct of the American La France Auto
Company and is styled in their cata
logiue as "Type No. 1), Triple Combi
nation Pumper, Chemical Engine and
lose Motor Car." It has a 7.1-horse
power engine and is capable of run
ning as high as fifty miles per hou r.
The cost of the truck was $8,000.00.
III addition to the new machine the
City Counci l has itrehased abox. one
thousanid leet of extra hose, making a
total on hand of 2,500 feet. h'lie old
fire-fighti ng outfit will be kept on haiid
for the present until the auto becomes
at home. ''le single horse will be
kept permnently and also the two
IagonIs. T'he lalge wagoni will be
kept fillled with hiose roir umergi:ency
A repireseitative of 'i'lie .\dvertiser
was aklei oi the trial test. oi the hills
rollnild the city. With the alarm bell
ringingi: and tle siren lowing from
time to time, the machine created
<tit (e a little stir wherever she passed.
Going out West Main street, the speed
limit was exceeded in til Col. Dial's
house was approached when tihe soft
pedal was Jilt on, but In spite of this
slow-down a iice recolrd was made to
the old To((1 home wlien a tu'rn was
taken down Farley Aveniue. Fiom Par
ley Aventie the maclhie was driven
down South I larper to North I larper
,9n1d thence oi out to Watts Mills. Ite
turning to the ci1y, tlie machine nego
tiated the steel) lill coming up Nortli
Iiarper. street witi east. and retiiunied
to file public sqtuare to be gazd at
somei more. Il the meaitime, however,
\r. 1. V. Fergusol, who was also in
s5eting the machine, was tirown off
when tile quick ttirn 1 was made fr1oin
East Maini street into the .\iaddeii road
ill frolit of Mlr. Lake's residen. \lihen
last seen, he had gotten to his let a11d:
was brushiig the dust from his
clothes. It is tlo;lt that lie got back
to town safely.
A pumping test was held oil the
streets dulring tile afternoon, when all
the requirements as to volume and
pressure were met with, according to
a statement of the chief, The pumips
developed a capacity of 530 gallons
per minute at 134 pounds pressure,
throwing a stream of watet' to a dis
tance of nearly 300 feet.
The machine is a very pretty one
and puts Laurens ahead of many
towns of like size as to fire fighting
DE ATI OF MRtS. W. M. MYERS,
A Much llvloved Woman of the Coun.
ty Passed A way Last Tuesday.
M'urs. W. M. .31yer's, a w'eli-known andl
gr'eatly3 admlire'(d womian of the eastern'l
iar't of the county passed away at 1her
home11 last. Tuesday anad was horied0( at
lie Langston Chlurch ('eme(ter'y last
Wednesday moinllI:g. Tlhe se rvices
were conduclted by 1Rev. M'. L. Laiwsoni
oif tile fir st Ha lt ist (Church oi(f ,u
rons, assisted by R1ev. .1. 1F. .lacobis of
Clinitoll: A Iarige 'rlo wd galthe rod tfor
lie last sad it es and4 t ogethleri w lih
thle beautIi ful flo1ral offer'ings a lste
lie gre'at love and isteemi in whIi 'h
she wvas heldove iV' he county3.
. Mrs5. Myer's wats a diauighter of' ..
Wr'en Ander'son amid has mlade Lau1
01n5 Coilnliy heor 1home all lierI lifte. lie
Sides lher' husband anlil ninei (hildren'I
she leaves a numlber' of otherol rei'tives
anud lhunIdreds(l of friends to mourn1 h' r
dIeliartur ie. S~he was a b'ut forty yearIs
of aige and~ had been a sinei('c andi~ eni
orgetICic memiber of thle 1lngstonl
('1hurchi(1 du'inig most of lier life.
Agents for H~aynes ('airs.
Messra Tr. Gibbhon Tr'lay'lnam andl
"D~oc" Swvyger't were in Atlanta last
week andl~l while thei'e mlade arrlanigo
iienit#"t, repre'sent the Iliaynies eni' inl
thIs tori itory3. Th'ley have sold bill'
inig cars to Messrs Briooks Swygert,
E. J. Jessee and~ Ml's. WV. E. Lucas.
IniitatIins1'I Wihd raw'n.
On account of recent bereavement
in the family of Miss Kate Wriighit, the
wedding invitations to her marriage
to Mr. T. N. Holmes ai'e withdrawn.
They will be married very quietly at
the home of the bride's father with
onlW the immediate family prenent.
ANOTH[R PRIl[ P[RI
Special Prizes are Offered foi
tions. To Stimulate the
in Arrears the Contest M
for their Collection. An
Subscriptions; Whether tl
or Not, Will Count. New
Win. Hopkins Moorhead won the
special $25 prize offered by The Adver
tiser's Automobile contest manager for
the period ending last Saturday after
noon. The contest for tle special
prize was a close and exciting one and
the winner was not determined until
after a full canvas of the votes had
been imiade. The cont est ialinager se
e.itred tile servic ces of M r. II. .1. K ilnard,
of thie C. & W. C. otlices here, and Mr.
.1. M. Fewell, principal of the Watts
.lill school, to act as judges. Alter
thliey had revitewed the votes they di
riee.ted a le(ttr to each of tlie leading
candidates advising", them of the out
Colie of the special contest Ind also
statlig the amout placed to thir
credit. <tlring the voting period. A
no0 Coimp lilaits have been hear11d from1
any of the contestants as to the
amounts redited to Ihem, 1te assump
tion Is that all of teIIIm agree as to tlhe
corre0itess of the vot' credited to
them and so he Contest imia nager is
happy. Incideiitally, for tlie hnetit of
Advertiser subsc rIbers, it ought. to be
stated that each contestant holds a re
eeipt for all moneys turned in and
that. each one, therefore, knows exact
ly how many votes he or she has to
her credit. The full vote, for obvious
reasons, Is never published.
A nother lig Prize.
Ile contest in jiager aga in has an
attractive special prize offer. This
othier Is miaie to stimuulate collection
of accoutis already on the Siutbscril
tion hooks, so nie w su bscriit tIons will
not Count In this stievial conit est.
Il n ir, Ido not fail to take new sub
scr'.tions wihen the opporinnity offerit s
for they will cottnt in the big contest.
The lfirst lprize inl this speclial col
test will be $25 in ea h and the second
prize will he $15 In cash. The first
prize will be givoen to the person turin -
ing in the most cash onl old su bscrip
tlions and renewals in the period be.
tween the close of the special prize
contest last Saturday afternoon and
Saturday afternoon, Nov. 27th, at 5
o'clock. The second prize will be giv
en to the person turning in the next
highest amount in like subscriptions
during the same period.
All subscription blanks to count In
this special contest must bear a dating
between the dates above mentioned.
This, subscriptions collected before
last Saturday afternoon will not count.
The announcement of this special
offer is going to turn the whole couin
ty into a buzz of exciteIent. It ev
eryone who needs a neat little s11tmi of
money get to work. If there is no one
workIng in your terrItory, why not
grasp thle oplportuitnit y of col leetin g the
subscriplt ions right at your d'toor. (;et
in the gaiie.
Thliis is thle con test that Is going to
g.ivye some0 1 id inlon of how" the big
(cointest Is going to cnd. The puerson
Thloutgh Defeaited t li l.oenlII gh
niih Ii lonors.
Oun' of thle biest gamenos of foot ball
ever witnie-s(ed lby local fanis was thlit
game yeterda tiy a fte rnoon at (ClI inton1
bet weetn thle tlam ('ttopsed of Presby
terhain College scrubs and varsity sius
and1( th" I.:iniirenis itighi School teamli.
W hI i lie local likskii nners were de
feated by a score of telve to noth
inig, firomi all repttits coing in they
coveriedt themiiselv es wIthI football
glory. (oeh Jlohnson of the P. C.
teamii r'emarkedl after the game that
('onsiderinig Its weight the Laurens
eam was one lii of thle btest high school
elevenis that lit hiad ever seen. I low
e veir thIey d idn 't do all thle playing as
thle Clinton boys hiandled out a large
roll of up I-t o-thle-minute football them
selves, showing goodl clean sport of
the ('lass A variety. For P. C., 111ake
13y, right tackle andI Neville, right end,
were the piarticutlar stars and for
Laurens, the entire backfld consist
lng of Eugene P'owers, Langston, Arm
strong, Childress and Simmons played
thn starry gamn.
)D B[GAN SATURDAY
- Collection of Old Subscrip.
Collection of Subscriptions
anager Offers Special Prizes
y Money Collected on Old
ie Subscriber is in Arrears
I Subscriptions Will Not.
who is able to collo t back stblscrip
tions mu1list have the nerve and grit
and that Is what is going to count iII
the long run. Our advice is to take
1the s1bsc ription list which has bween
fiiunished ill the coltestalnts who havc:
asked for tha(nI and study it. a.s if it
weCre it mapl. Th'len strike om1 For that
territory that has thle lar'gest nainhet
of subscribers in areas. )o not. ask
for one dollar, hut two and thre--in
fact, i.sk fo alt tie ilidebtedliess and
,. Ipa1y1111t it advalce. Ive dollIr.S col
dnl this way coulits u1p mi.Iily
o%, all the (,ontetaits h;tve ''a
tives and clo.se triends. And .a: of
I( irelatives ant f riilds sh iould
Loip, n1ot only by pmying up1 thk mse4lves
hut, by acntaly soli(iling. (Eganiza
tion counts, so eacht coilstait ollght
to haxte an org.anizaltioll.
Voto to 5 ('elock P. M. Tuesday,
h iovemitr 9.
Miss Lolise )ean, MouniihtVille ...000
Miss Ora Powers, la ulens . .. I1,000
.Mlr. Clyde Teagie, Mountiville ..,000
Mi*. .lstonl Medlock, Fountain inl 1,025
Mr. .tii Miller, Waterloo .. .. ..1,0001)
Mri. Fred Cul hert oin, Waterloo ..1,000
Mis sSa ral CooPer, Waterloo . .1,025
Miss Mamie Mi iller, Waterloo ..;,025
rs. Victor Weatliers, Laturens 11 ,275
Miss E'ula Smith, Lamurenls . . . . 1p111
M r. Wash Jones, Wac r Shoals . .00)
Mr. Geo. 4ndelrsonl, WVaterloo ..),il0
Mlr. W . I.11. llamiltonl, 'xu ns . ,01111
I conard Oings, Owing .. ...0:,0
Wadd 1Hill. Owings..........
Mliss Lilla Tem1pletonl, winlg, . 1000
Mirs. Ellen Sioddard, ()wings. .. )
Mts. J. A. \Woford, "Aunlit Ka111",
L.aiurens......... ...... .
AIs F.tta Illrownlee, GIray ''ourl 1,111m
Miss Ruthl Mart in, (ray Court. .].0011
Miss lBielah1 Curry, Gray Coill ' I
M iss Mae kope r, Uray Couirt . .1.25
Miss EIva Teague, Watts Mill ..1,o00
Miss Sallie Browiltee, Cray Court 1,01m
Miss 1imma Harris, GIray Court 1,0011
Mrs. F. W. Mahaffey, (ray Court, 1,000
Albert Dial, Cross Hill .. .. ...116,000
Miss Martha Wolff, (Gray Court. . 1,000
Miss Beth Mitchell, Mountville 1,001)
Miss Dot Fuller, Mountville .. ..1,000
Miss Marie Mahon, (ray Court 1,000
Miss Sarah Dunlap, Lurens ..10,575
Harley Waddell, Ora,.. ......1,000
Mrs. B. i. rodd, 14Lu rens . 129,000
Miss May Belle (larrett, 14lurens -1,850
R. Mace Langston, (ray Court ..7,050
Miss Flora .Bennett, lAturens . .1,000
William llopkins Mooehead,
Goldville ..I .. ..........19,050
Clarence Albright, 1xlirens . ..12,025
Mr. Jim Lewis, Laurens Mill .. ,00
Mr. .I. L. D~agnall, Istlurens Mill It,000
Miss MartIha Franks, Il11urens 1 29.t 75
La wrfece Pit ts, I xturrns .. ....1,025
.Iias. F. 11llarn y, I l turens .. .7,1100
Gary (lhlert son, WaItrlo . . ..1,100
iEdd t'~limore, Waterloo .......100
(~die ts W1'ilIl ive Anna il E-nieOri alin
mencit oin l~ldays thle TPwelft-hi.
Next ["riday, Nov. I 2 th, has beeni se
lee tedl by thew ladies for thle dayv onl
which will he held thleir annual ha
zaar1 1. As heretotfore t he entecr110aittn
will be hel d in the armo10ry of Tra yni
11n1m (Giartds. lIn addit (in to Ih d Iis
lay in the fancy wI rk dlell ilwnt,
there will he an utnltly 11 al~rnire
dlisplay of turkey ando thle mlanly whe
articles that usually3 a sr'i that: genu
I lenman in enttertakt~ing guest;. 'Tie
cents. Thte ba'zaar this year will last
only durlitg the (lay, there beilng nto
Sold Thlree' Studebakers,
Mr. D). C. MeLaurin local agen'it for
the Stutdebtaker ear , receivyed a ear
load of "Fouris'' last Friday and sohl
them the samte (day to thtree cit iz.ens ol'
Piedmont. They were all four--eylIn
der touring ears andl were sold to MrP
G. C. Intrriss, J1. E. Waketleid and M,