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NEOIRAO COUNTY FAIR
I1101) LAST WEEH
Fine ('olection of Exhibits Were Put
onl Displty ut Mtdden Last. Week.
The colored people of Laurenm
coinly held (leir annual failr at Mad
den Station lat Friday and Saturday.
The fair Was pronounlced by all of
t ho:a' presen t. as one of the ltost S1ie
ces hilI ever. held In this Counuty or ill
.1n1y other cotinty. A great crowd was
prn.ilt to view the iexhibits and to en
:oy the day. the speaking and tie
T114, unlorchants1 of thel cottnlly were
v'.y liv'eral ill olferiig prizes for the
jAi and the ollicers I the assocition
1;0k. fll.s mans of Ilianking them ail
fo' 'heir kind assishance inl making
the fair IhII ea, sc-s that it was..
The folloving is a list of the on
tr:es, the prowe.itllsi5 and by who giveni,
and also a Iki of IIe winners:
1l'st corn- -1 rug by It. W. Willis.
Won by .1. C. Car-Iflto.
Ile.st fan ey work -- I sweater by
Sw ij.or Co. Won by Ilessie Pitts.
1 ies t pa iI chickens -Ildies $2.00
)mt, Iel iron lIacket. Won b1y George
Iest piek wheat --21 lbs Ilour, by
I In ter Co. Won by C. C. Pitts.
liest dozen vars white eorn--25 lbs.
of 1,111r. by I iunter Co. Won by Thomas
114st hog - I lb. coffee by Fowler &
Owens. Won by Tad Pitts.
l-'iicy work --2r, lbs. flour, by Fow
eor & Owens. Won by Plear'lelna S-haw.
lie.<t crochei disp~lay- a' Ilbs coffee by
.1. .\. Phil1pol. Won by Maggie Plitts;.
I piec'e of sowing- -Ladies $2.2.
sheby Ilyinen l,ure-y. Won by
.\miandah Pit ts.
Ibs swetpolato -1 'Iallon syrup11.
3 Owine & Owinigs. Won by 1'. Mil
1 trinip iJS I tbs. tail, by Owintgs
& Owlilnd. WolI by C. C. Pitts.
ill Im I'rl inhress, ---I bridle, by
. \\n(.\. Frby Wnh Wash Vance:.
-t saille orse Il'- I brid 1by' .bylhn
.\. 1,* .anka. \V")n by lasis llum ert.
1:0t hiog -$:3.00 hal by Minter(.
Wn b' 1y Todd A. Pitts.
Ih'est 11111lerry orn-1-l pa irl shoes by
l:n is Ilopor C1., $2.50. Win by .1. N.
i lhr soil. Won by Dorla IDavnllport.
)Iewt stallion -r is. elover seed.
\W b11 . Jake IByrd. .
I'h'st 1acer in hanlss -1 11. coffee,
)y .1. T. 11imher't. \Von hy Laznies
Ist cotton xihit --2 hushels cot
tonl seed, by Mr. Wofford. Won by
.h hn File.
Ih'st bird dog -Pair cuff buttons, by
WV. S;olomon. Won by Auigustus Finley.
I lest display fancy work-$1.00
wvorth1 coffeo. by .1. P. Tolbert. Won by
Wiclh foh, by Flenting IBros. WOt
by .,am11es (amilbrell.
Pa Ir gloves, It llayes 5 and 10c
st1. Won by Chesteelield lowler.
1'es apill- S. I"'. Parkst prize. Won
by Florence Mill"..
('offee by 1I. Woody. Won~l 113 Anie
Iest cannled frnits--llmbiella by (G.
Wt. Wlim.Wnb ineDvn
lItest eiow and~ ('alf--Saek guanmo b~y
\lr'. Ang. Iluiftf. Wonlt 1by II. linley.
I lest d isplay farmi producnts -50c in
cash, Mloseley & hloland. Woin by3 P.
lbest select ion of jellies --Pr1emnIum
by .\li'. II. Tlerry'3. Won1 11y Maggie Pilt ts.
10 CENT "CASCARETS"
BEST LAXATIVE FOR
LIVER AND BOWELS
Don't sta1y conlstlIpated, headachy, bill
No1 (1dd(1 how hadl y'our liver,' stoilnachi
or' howets; how1 much yi'ti)our he uad achles,
ar ifromil a cold(, ('onsti1pat ion. 1ind1iges
tion. hiilisess; and1( sldggisht hiowes
you1 aliways' get relief, With iitasearits,
I )on 't let y'our stouiach, Itli' and
carlets toni1ghtI. put tn end t~o the
hia dac'he, bilIoune dliaz/iness, ner V
Dl rness, sick, sonur, l~Issy 5 tomallch,ha
('Oht. offens~ ie b'eathI and all othet
dIis ti rs; cleans 10your i'nside or'gans
oft all the bIle, gases and constlpated
matt-i' whicth 1 ii'poduncing the misery.
A 10-cent box meanlis health, happi
ness anzd a cleai' hiad foi' mnonths. All
dru'lggtsts 5el1 Oascar'ets. D~on't forget
thle c hildrient-theira little insIdes need(
a gentle cleansing too.
Only a woman~f Cani understand the
par'aly'zng effect of disor0;dera in the
femalIe organism: -the misery of i I
anti Its depressing influiene On the
mInd. Many women wilt formerl)
suffer'ed from thioso disordei's OWe
thiril pr esenlt. hielthi to 1)11. i M MON'S
powerfu i(tl resitoirativo In Iluence oil the
femalec generative system, bu ids up aiI
hItronlg bodly, r'etorDes heal 1hy3 regular- i
Ity and1 t promotesi~ c'4(heel'filness5 an il!a
car i'ro'y coml 1x5ion. Picle $1.001
per~I h3a!t'e. Sold biy all dirugg ists.
tring~ evei'y Fot in the Faily13 here
for' ll IShoes('. You (n'Hit doi bet ter
CI.Ailfl' & uVn I4emO
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Quarterly meetig of the first divi
siot of W. M. tr. will convene with
iiIhlIani1d Ilome Baptist C'iurcli Nov,
2) and 21, 1915.
10: 10- -Devot ional by Mrs. Z. It. Trayn
W\i'oie---Mr's, tloss Power.
spon1e'- -K\1ts. Aniie Stevels.
11:15. -Soriptture, Mlalachi ol-10. Alis,
l Car i. Owens.
ieport of the tate W. M. 1. Conven
lionl. Mr.--. Toy Drummon1101d.
1---Devotional. Mrs. L. 1). H (and.
I: 1-) Mrs. '. '. Watson to talk on
it bji't of own selecLion.
2--importance of attendinlI thoe <thar
terly Ieetings. Mis. Liaura Cooper
and Mlrs. IKra Rlodgers.
The relationship of W. M. S. to the
Church. Mrs. WV. N. Aatstin.
10-- Sunday school.
10:30-Devotional, R1ev. .1. A. lriock.
10:-0-l--xercises by Young Pe2ople.
I1: 15-Address by Mr. T. 0. laawton.
Miss Rebecca Baggott,
Mrs. W. V. Yeargin, President.
* IIono-lfo 1 -' for 1 ('ray-('ourt-Oiings. *
Pi rst U rade: Matde Arnst rong,
Alaska Cummings, Eloise Hiint, Fran
ces \Wells, Vlu-,enia WVillis.
Tlird Gr'ade: .\lart'ga ret ltogers, S'ara
Lolt Teipletol. 'I'Teagie 1 ll1 amins.
loIi tth Grade: leatrtice Ilellamias.
Fifth (Urade: lelen Vanlce, l-ilizabeitl
Sixith Grade: Alice Owiings. lary
(Gray. MarI'y Pdell.
Sivuh Grade: lobert Lee G ray.
iawritce x'urry, l'idon Owilgs. M\az
Miv 1). Curry.
lighth (;tade: .eter Owings.
lenth GIi(lrade: Sara IAu 1b01M.
('OIA) 10 NOT LEA V E WI I.LI,1,.
Ilheraulise a cobi is sltubborln is no
reason why you sh"Aould he. I Istead
of "wearing" it oult, get sure relief
b taking I Dr. King's New Discovery.
D1 anger'ous brolchial and lung aIl
Ments oft11 follow a cold which has
been neglected at the beginning. As
Yom body faithfully battles those cold
germs. no betIter aid can be giv en than
Ito use of this remtedy. Its merit has
heen tested by old and young. 0et a
bottle tb'day. MO;' and $1.04).
We offer extra values inl Hed Spriig:
11e su'e to see them.
S. M. & E. II. Wilkes & Co.
There's tot a Shoe in our Storo
that, needs anly apology.
CLAlY & WIILSON.
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IComi, Nov. 8.--W'e are havitng flnt
weather tnow, atnd ev'eryb)ody Is bitsy
gathierinig Cr'ops atnd sowving grain.
Outr schtool otetned Novetmber 1st
with an enrollmwent of tmore than forty
tuills1. R1ev. J1. 0. Mart in is niow prin11
011)al and Miss Winona C'haney, assist
The Oakville school and also thu
Center Point schools opened on No
vemiber 1st with Misses Pinson and
F'rankie (Culbertson at Oakville, atd
Miss Bliackman, at Center Point. We
wish all of tihe schools a sucecessful
Some of outr young p)eople attende(
tile oyster sutpiper at Oakville and re
ilort a nice titme.
Mr'. L. C. Culh ert son Ihadi thie mIs
aotunetl( to get one1 of his fingers badly
ltortn up in thle gill otne day last week,
It is dolin g all right no0w and ii
friends hope1 Ito will soon1 he at hh
Mir. Wal.ter' Moore and wife sptent
Sund iay withI Mr. and Mr1Nhis. Carl Piroli tt
Mr. andt~ Mirs. TI. .1. Cooper vilsited
tile latte'. sister at Ware Shoals Siun
Mrs. Mattie Butts andi hildretn
spent tile week-enid wvith her 11p'arents5,
Mr'. and( Mr's. 11. C. Cutlhbertson.
MIrs. Jane (Culhtertsotn and dautghiter,
Mr's. Illami il antd Mr's. Iou Clibert
sotn were visitors at the hlome of Miss
10dnar Cooper Srunday.
Mi's. Blanche Culber itsonl and1 ci ..
dr'en spent one day last week with M's.
Misses Wintuona and Nt hel MeDanliel
andi brother,' Mr'. IElbi't visited Mr'.
Iand~ ' Mrs.I Prof1I tt Sund(ay.
Mt's. Dri. Cooper' and -nIece, Miss
B lackm an, were callers itn our comi
mi' y. atrd af'tlernoon.Mrs. J1. M.
4Moore wer'e itn Lau rens Saturday1.1'
Miss Phonie s at imler, Miss Pearl
('utheton andt Mrl ~s. ('arl 'i ulieritson
Sptil Sundtiay aftern'ioon with M\iss
itLurence' (Calhrtson anld Miss ('haney.
ldge and( faily ini the P'oplair Spr'ir2x
I Woman's Shoes at
Obe sure a Woman can buy a
most any Shoe Store---but its not
I pair of Shoes for Two Fifty'at
so easy to buy the good sort of
o Shoes we sell at Two Fifty at other
o We believe our $2.50 Women's
Shoes are fully as good as many
o Stores sell for $3.00 or $3.50.
I Gun Metal Calf, Patent Colt,
Kid or Vici leathers, button or
lace, high or low heels. Splen
did Shoemaking in correct styles.
Remember that we're Experts at fitt
*ing, and we take as much pains to fit the
foot correctly with these moderate priced
Shoes as we do with the higher priced sort.
I 7 i?a
1 4' Clardy &
REDST D SHIR
The greatest thing
/ in modem feeding?
is MSOLAS4SS It cota LIM FROt
/down the feed bill and builds Up the stock. -I
HORSE AND MULE MOLASSESFEED
It's something the I-orses and mules like-gives them an
-appetite-starts the saliva running and aids digestion.
Far superior to an all grain feed. Give your horses and
mules a treat, and at the same time save money.
\ Our RED SHIRT (first grade) Horse and Mule Molasses Feed
S contains Corn, Oats, Ground Alfalfa, made appetizing with salt
/ and pure ce olasss and aalye 1/fa follows 7
PIEDMONT HORSE & MULB MOLASSES FEED Se,'"d Grde Pro"-iNa
12%/; Carbohydrates 55%.
SPERFECTION HORSE & MULE FEED (Dr,"ie',)*' Wemanfau als r y""*a mhnid (no'
Protin an2% Fruat 3%; Fibre 12%'; Carbohydra a 57%/4 This is composed of straight
iRED SHIRT D IRY FEED
keeFirt ae A balanced ration contali in Molasses.nr Catlae ver fondo th
rtanreduced cost of feeding. ontaias agr und Corn, C. P.Meal. Wha Midling,
SFibre 12%; Carbohydrates 60%'.
jPIEDMONT DAIRY FEED ~eeo:dCah " y en:S Protein 12%; Fat 2%%; Fibre
__RED SHIRT HOG FEED ,^,,bn'" io", jar3,'."est'veia". oun uorn'. c
We manufacture nlso RED SiIilRT S a h Feed and P.ED .ii1rT Baby Chick Feed.
N"SEVEN EGGS A WEEK"HEN MASI Compo*"d* of ron. Corn Goun fuid
Zi crotCottonseed Mleal. Cn as. ea, Mealnd liaeced Meal. Analysis:
pr sown oe vn toe bas i . Ve aur feed is made from Carolina
for Oats, Cern, w. %eat, Alfalfa hlay and a.ty olter kind of hray.
We also carry a ul sock of (.RAIN, HAY
Our fed as ahowi above are mi ed
greatest nourishmen at the lowest
cut your feed prillsdown, Write
lonI0y & Carter C0.//
CIIARLESTON, S. C.
B. R. TODD NOTICE OF LAND SALE.
By virtue of authority contained
Engineerlutg and Contracting the will of Mrs. Salilo M. Holloway1
Land Snrveys a Spetify will sell at Laurens Court ioun
auerete Work -Skilfn tb done or in SouthI Carolina, at public outcry
specte the highest bidder, on Monday, Decec
*rawings and estI a of all Kind , ber 6th, 1915, during legal hours f
pulie1 sales all that tract of la
Telephone\ o. 340 , siituate in he e lnty of Laurens,
sadState, tning 110 acres, meW
o~r less, boun b~y lands of Jlo
l)( YOU HAVE SOU'R STOMACH inlstie, It. S. Grimn, Tiouiware 110:
place andl I. F. Owens and of Jo
ti~ibC' ~Ytl sur te- fil Campbell. Trermns of sale,
sl~.mly iati nash, purchmaser to pay for' papersa
05) OC(~lu nl)i'itii~sj Tble M 1111J .11 N I TATLf CAM IillcL
dia tely a fteir su jpel Obtainable cv- A ~cno fMis a i
Arwsre Hollcutyr of. 15.Sli
Th Unio Ceta Lf I oPan
WaI CubrIn tal eedns
l'ritn o ece f h C ut
inte bvesatdcae IwllsIla
pulc ucr o'h iget idea
aur n , .H. . .,o S lsd yIn
Deeme nx, engalnayte0t
da*o th otuigth1ea
horsfr uc alste olo Ide
scrbe poprt, o It
Al toe etantrctpicsIn
County, o South Cairolina,decbdan
lat. Thto tratio andcntanin
228i 63-o0 aCera, part iof the, Wlinut
Place, dsrbda olw:Cmec
ing at arockgcnr3Xst o
W~a. H. Cul bertsoi andii Ien lAnsn
an 'rsuntn th ece outhe Curt.2
cins and crsated e, Publlc llgh
wayIi ur to oa t highest bder,
lanrtence Sou 1. 1-2C.o leta6 chIns
toecarc cne, in Mofad theft
(lay ofin temoh (rng he X lOgMal
hobrnh for tl sale's, pthecllywide
calls toe aetakin trac theencd
aeSoh landesitu8aed, tin and be- o
stump ine Waiter onsbran, and
Cohntye South Carolina W'escribed0 caind
ktoa sasafollos, toX wiMt:ec
81-2. Wes ctof lhand conaningm
22 XO3-10 thecier Sofuthe Wtt7
Pcein desbdasfllac ows: conern
inng Li rck crne 3pointeron a
thencl branh onle foherns of
cree genCuerlsyon a Noten ndroe
tn runnin thne Soth cre at the2
crhaf th creekn anhe Public 1b
liway an Iasterly) onrectbrnnco,
crand thence rth 5 East can
to4aroc chanewth line ofote lands o
ofn grAntorrthnrdy ndeqSrutdher1eneto
acrinthe branch5 - est po.ter
ia lin tof alads ofnD baCh Smitheande
Sthnce Wst.0 hemanins of a. theo
to ai cone inther oni branch, andi
nthence South 78 1-2 IWast 9 .50 chains
to a rockscorner on 0 thene ~othe
3ebrnc, adthence Soth 7 West 22.7
totorockingX N 5111,1 ith begonin cornr
tee andk bounee new Notiby oted
witrtelandeins of W.I.aihdton1 e h
creek gecnraly ibel oternbed;ec
In t Ia cone n Ander(lee ad the
crelandg forby btow eekred; he thue
hn Houth by eadin om L.Aderso on
nEoe andsthLne ick creik andli
bn hiay in an Ea.stleryo itiordto ae
21.8 decainsd.t alin of th wlandsr
ofuy gantor thrdy defscribe heretof
onalie oy land .o. PDC, Svthr Ndv
in. thnce SoTh88. rast 9.lan chnainsing
-4 33 37.-1k coner onr the sde of the
as part of the Wilcutt Place, aiid de
scribed'as follows: Commencing at a
corner in the branch on line of lands
of ). C. Smith and the tract above do
scribed, and running thence North 26
Idast 1.25 chains to a.chorry 3 X N M,
and thence with 1). C. Smith's line
North 20 10ast 15.70 chains to stake
3 X 0 -M and thence South 80 East
5.89 chains to a stake, and thence
South 75 t-2 East 7.50 chains to a
stake, and thence South 67 East 6.60
chains to a.black gum, corner :3 X 0 M,
tho last three lines being with Ben
Aldersol's land, and thence South 5
lEast I I chains to a corner 3 X N M
(fhis being the beginning corner in the
deseri lion of the above mentioned
tract), and thence South 87 West 4.97
chains to a corner,, and thence South
88 1-2 West 9.85 to a corner on branch,
and thence with the meanderings of
tle said branch to a corner in the said
branch, the beginning corner, and be
ing bounded on file North by lands of
lien Anderson, on the East by en
Anderson, on tle South by other lands
of W. ii. Culbertson, the tract above
described, and oi the West by
lands of ). C. Smith and third below
described tract, all of which will more
fully appear by plat of survey thereof
made by 0. 13. Pitts, surveyor, Nov.
3rd. That tract of land containing
29 1-4 acres, more or less, described
as follows: Commencing at a corner
in the road to Waterloo and running
thence North 17 East 13.82 with line
of D. C. Smith to a pine stump. and
thence North 46 1-2 East 16.42 chains
with line of ). C. Sm1ith to a pine tree,
thence North 77 East 6.88 chains to
a wild cherry 3 X N M, and thence
with the line of first tract South 24 1-2
West 25.83 chains to a corner in the
road, new, and thence with the said
road to Waterloo, the beginning corn
er, and bounded by lands of D. C.
Smith on the West and North and
lands of W. IT. Culbertson, first do
scribed on the South, and being part
of the Wilcutt Place, as appears from
a copy of a plat made by 0. 11. Pitts
on the 28t11 of Nov., 1911 as by ref
erence thereunto being had will more
fully . hpear.
4th. -That. tract conthining 27 3J4
acres, commencing at a corner oi line
of ]l i of Jonah Fooche not far from
a bri ich, marked by old pointers, and
belh te extrem'e Soutliern point, and
I'll g thence with IEast line of first
tract North 5 West, 22.25 chains to a
corner on the Public Iighway leading
to Waterloo. thence North 72 East
11.10 chains with said road, same be
lig file line by Simyr'na (hurch to a
Ioinit in t lie said road, an( thence with
line of 11. A. Ande'rson's land South
9 1-i Mast. 17 chains to a white oak 3
X, and thence South 18 West 1.35
chains to a corner, points at mouth
of drain on branch, and thence with
the old run of the branch to an elm,
and thence 541 1-4 West 12.20 chains
to the beginning corner. and bounded
on the North by the road to Waterloo,
and on the East by lands of 13. A. An
derson, on the Futh by the aforesaid
branch and lands of Jonali Fooche,
and1 on the West by first tract, and
More fully represented by a plat of
survey made by Tlomas C. Anderson,
:mirveyor, Nov. 6th, 1907.
Containing in the aggregate 319
acres, lore or less.
Terms of Sale: One-half cash, bal
ance to be paid twelve months from
date of sale; the credit portion to be
secured by bond and mortgage of the
purchaser over tile said premises,
bearing interest from date at s per
cent, with leave to purchaser to pay
his entire b(d in cash, and 10 per cent
attorney fees in case of suit or collec
tion by ain attorney. Purchaser to
pay for papers and stamps. If the
terms of sale are not complied with,
the land to be re-sold oil same or some
subsequent Salenday on samei terms at
risk of former purchaser.
C. A. POWER,
C. C. C. P. andl O. S., Lauirens, S. C.
Dated, thIs November 8, 1915.
In the District Court of the United
For the Western District of South
In the matter of
T[he Monroe Baniking and Mercantile
Pur'suiant to an order of sale signed
b~y Judige JOSeph T. Johnson of the
Westerin District of South Carolina on
the 15th (lay of October: 1915, I wIll
sell at pub lie outcry, on Monday, the
6th day of Decemiber, 1915, at 12
O'clock meridian, before tihe Court
h ouse (10cr at Laurenls, S. C., to the
highest resp~onsible bidder, the follow
hng descr'ibedI Iract of land, beloniging
to the estate of me above nlamed~ bank
"All thlat e 'tain tract 0or hare of
land situate a the State and County
aforesaIdl, C the Wecst side of Reedy
Rtiver', abc it two miles below Tumb
ling Shoals, huaviing the followving
mietes and~ bounl ., wvit: Beginning
at an iron pin on liulet.road, N. M.,
corneir tiract No. 3; thence with said
road N. 49 degrees 30o minutes 16. 2
chaIns to a bend in road; thence wIth
said road 40 degreces 45 minultes 16
8.12 chains to aln iiron lpin in road, N.
M., corner tract No. 1; theinco wIth
said tract 5 64 degr'ees 55 iinutes 16
40.031 chains to a stone 0. N., corner
of J. h. Sullivan's land; thence with
Bullivan's line 5 7 degirees 15 minutes
1E 22.91 chains to a stake N. M., corn
er tract No. 3; theiice with said tract
N. 55 WV. 56.11 c'hslns to the beginning
cor'ner, containing sixty-six acres, more
or less, as shown Oil a plat of the
lanlds of Mrs. F. A. Sullivani madIe by
William L. Mitchell, surveyor, on Sep..
tember 18, 1912, and being tract No.
2 as dlescr'ibedl on said plat." Th'lis is
the same tract of land that was con
veyedl to The Monroe hlaniking and
Mercantile C'omp~any by .1. F. Tlolbert,
lms trustee, by dieedl dated Novemlber
25, 1912. and rccordled in the office
oif the Cleik of Court for Laurens
County, S. C., In heed hook 35, at
TIerms of sale: ('ash. P'urchiasour to
inay extra for' stainps1 and liaperi'
Ander'son, S. C- Tru stee.
Novemhbe 1, 1915. ..,..