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VOLUME XXXIII. LAURENS9 SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, NOV. 7t 1917.NUBR1
iff[AURD 1f FAIR
Pickles and Preserves in
'IMe, Couaty Fair, 'HeMAT rIday,Whe
Not, Altracting afs 3tudh Intpres- and
ias -Mari~y Exhibits, mr, Large-ly At
tnded and Mumy .01-ditabtle Ex.
NIbis Yvere Shippyn1.
The cnniial (mlity .inir, held Fri
41.y of 11.t vecN wa.s 1.gely :ttenid
Car fd ke' (ditabli ,xhluth'; 0we show eini
In, vario-s delm". II tnts. Onl :wconutl
ow ti. 111, ~i ~ t 1 i s, t;u l i.
laz'a sh' ~ Oi ie elve)(01it a ret ion
:cd.iniv eisem itai of Ohe fair, it did
lk ( conte kill to pr, vlls -fimilar eVntsII
if. muost 1eplinm jiwt, ilrodgh th wo
11sol's .1t-( fivsi c1 o depaIrtm entsha prob
atly l a argie: anu d J ,ore c lmpre
u isive 1;) Ilk tho:-a o:r e t m the(
)n neh int of .'het! m e o
iit:s l pc'.il ing o 'n1 tic railroad lot.,
w-tioe it was trt deoidk% I to hia1 v t:he
hia.ter lia exh1) LII hi. i s deeld ed at
th. last m-n. itentf., A ave ihese exhlibits
inl : fiarlingloon's neoadrao adjacen t I-0.
tIIt 011ld : fa '0Ironyls. '"The grIVAud(S
hielt were., -inl an .1'imii ,,-onditlonl and
lh Ohw I:, ) bitsi - this ma been ex
tens. ive ere.ything would ha'v been
COr/~ pined 'i ma5ke & :-tw~ tIablsow
ig. eaitrely any horsIi. mni or
COWS W01re showi. however, so the
Jindt nig of *. i inils i se detm. l.
lieris look b't ita fe,% ltet' Ilomlerjits.
The swiie %V-parIteiit, ItL.o on these
,grounds. wasi a more am'litlous affir.
'Tho xhiblt.%a n thin uilelna iment wero
madt. up pri. Ipally !firom - ;lie pens toi
11. A tewar .1J. '). t"If tbe. Ison, J. ..
um land 'Robert. Jlmvis. (,ius Wo..
ford, i pig chr inm'te':.-at o had is
prize vinning Ierksbir i, t:his db,
play. ':'omli Owsigs, nor of 31ayor Oiu -
ings, Id- a . pe ot: -"Pili' in thi,
deparvtvent i-lu: , but, bra ibiroselif, dik,
not sta - on th. ground.a i)1r._ enoug)
to give a :inch iv ormalla as to thir
pedigime or r-ai.N g. The! pir.: depart-)
ment, nie..o prtA bly noc. as ;tirgo in
former ye, trs, wn- tiide nicietpy by the
quality if Ihe showing. Prol. Itolse,
of Clei n Collte?, Juidged Iine ex
hibits onl thlie fair -,.rounud Plrojer anid
gave genmeal satihteiclton. 1s -willing
ness to paha1't olit. le gool Itti.k bad
points in !;e Mto(ck was appre-mied.
Mlessrs If. ".. Stewa.rt1, .1. M1. Bttlorel,
.Jack If. .lad.s and 'f. 0. Sumtrei ren
dered valimiI assiroi nce in thir de
The foeld -,:op depa *ment, pretd
(d Omer by htose two old field-crop
pers, A. 'I. Mirnoad:J. 11. Power
"held cxhibits fnom about. sixty liffos
ent persons anxit was a fairly ropro
-sentative displiy. Judging from II*
wide variety of fuod produts shown l
this dlartiment, 4he call of the gvm
-ernent for mown. ifoodl esope did not
fall on (deaf cars thiin year.
The P11 psitry *(ha~rtmnett. where
superinitendents V. At. Whi~e and W.
P. AforrIs' lieldl swa'y., hadl a wide va
riety of ch'ckerns and other atlomestic
- fowls. 10xhibits were .;iot iacking in
--inmber nor qiualify. 'ht. ia true' that a
.much larger exhibit (ear1d have~ boen
,gotten togethe4r, b~ut the 'tuality .of the
individaJ exhibits showed that a great
deal of interest is taken in -hotter
poultry in the county. Judging in 'this
dep~artmienit was by that epert ptul
-tryupan, W. 'P. Stewart, of *Simpson
yilk. Mr. Stewart praised the displ1~y
very -highly. The displays of the Pine
Blufr 'Poultry Farm andi J. ir. ,PoiWe
'were part icularfy notowvorthy. The
colleetion 'of 0'h)ossum is, rabbits,
hounds -and bird dogs was rather re
stricted in number and comnparisons
were out of order on account of lack
of competition. One collie dlog,. one
setter, one -hound and two puppies con
stituted the bench show. All of them
got blue rillbons.
The ladies' department was the out
standing feature of the fair. The
county-wide interest in the conserva
,tion of Lood resources was manisfested
"'to a large degree in this department.
'The~ long tables and shelves in the
court room were burdened with piok
ies and preserves, fruita, vegetables
and edibles of every descri-ption, can
nod and iUncanned. Community oez
hibits let this department attracted
'Wu~dp attedtion. Notable amiong those
TIoORiT IN SESSION.
Juiro-s 'diled for Two Weeks and 0-.St
son TaLely to be a Ljong One.
Ttre ourt of common pleas 'vln
!,eled "\oIlfnday morning with .ltidg T.
auldin on the 'bench and tie uth-.
Y f)ilirr Iof the court In the-r' ac
ust(Imediplaces. WIth the exception
of several orders and settlements
vifhoilc trial, three cases have'been
ealled so far. 1,ast night the 'euurt
adjourned while the (21se of, John
ay inlngham vs the Soveleigl
CaItm'WT. 0..W., was fin (o-Tse of trial.
This ':.1 1aS Ocs 111111oI a litracter,
the [itlititiff asking damages inl the
sim ou $2,900 for l ibel ns a reiIt of
Mhe tt'cndant.'s refusal of his a pplien
ition ' 111 'mmbership inl the ortel. The
elhtie tor libel 'S based oil cJ:iieiieuts
('olnTaillie( Inl a letter from oflloei5; of
the order( Io file plaintiff givmng r:ai
fon1 for left sing arlplentjon for a I
mis-iot1. 11hv yhtinliT lrgn that1
thro staonints wer. of a1 illa-1lus
0 of the pilp linltion wa te rc
olf :n!al il l eni ity. ti 1- plaIn
nog- voifiiused with an oher -
!nii. lhe hfendants have asix 11i 4 the
1' t) 0ier ahc non- it 2tfl this was.
O h t ri f21ss 1 t d w re a( , follo)ws:
It. I. Tn' eib.1 v-, .1. A.\. oli e .t s
b4111n1 aI 41ase !1rowing1, outf of a set -
111 11ii!n !ieni. Tle .ir1y mwardvieit a Ver
dr' for the plaillti i.i 1,'h1 full aniiouit
aske'., viz.. $1,101.
If end erson vs WY. P. Illroulightome, In
volving it settlenm:Tt of a1 sale (if fer
I i I izer. A versliet, wa- , entlered for
1li1 1tailtiiff inl 11--- filli amolnt asked,
fi, ~ I S. 404.
E EVI'lil OF V. A. BAB.it.
C. 'A. Babhh, a welt known ail h igh
'ty estec.ied citlzetl of the llahun com
-irity~; died at his 'home Saturday af
trnoo11011n following anl illness Of Sev
ural imo-riths duration. Deafli was (it
to at 1.art affection. The fiunerI ser
Vices werie held Sumlray afternoon aM
tle Itain.n Cre -k Thaptist. 011hirchi, of
wVhIO(h he(! was a lifelong memliber -ud I
activ( woi ker. 'The services were con- 2
(uteil b- Iev. 11'ald-n'rn and Rev. flo0p
kilns. T! funeral wis iargeiy attem4
(i by rel"1uuie s and f'f inds, attw'sling
to tip "h10l (stcem inl which ho was I
'Mr. 112thb was in lh. '1i1i T ar f I
'rYis IV-Y alid had 1 11lve l the Itaihin
Comimllilyit :l of hIs lile. -1ie Was a%
detaco'n in he chirh and h119igh'iy re
garded by all who knew hunm. Inl earl'
lile lie mrar4t. .\liss DoriL'oods. Who.
withi file chidiein, sirvive him. a fol
lows: i:rskinti T. ltahh, TaUrens; 'Iev.
E. V. Bnab. .N:wherry; '.WTs. Stewart -
Mahoii, 'Missesw' "stelle and (ene've 3
llab, all (f the' flahun ' community. TIe .
also '2I-aves his nti'idi moher-n-hew,
Mrs. Emily Weedos, and a iullerous
family 'onlection. C
P. M'. 1tivre 'Visits Dairlington.
Mr. 1. W. Moore, county farm t
'iemcnstrator, attenved the county P
fair in Darlint1on last week and madoe
several trips inl different sections of d~
the county.. M-r. Moorei states that as I
a1 result. ot the tobafcco andl long sta-- 'I
'ille-cotton grow-ing in that section, the I
1)e1p1)1 are prospering as they have i:
never dlone beforo. lie visitedi the
Cdflerni seed farm, 'wbre he got an idea Ib
of l'he 'wonderfuli work whhthi Mr. Cok- u
er' Is doing in send cultui'-i and soill
RIdge 2and Ilethiany schools, !ilrst andi
second in ners respectively, Wilekory
Tavern, Woodrow IWilson, Sandy ~
Spri'ngs itnd Younigs. Mrs. (hroer C1.
Roper and 'Milss Ora Powers hw.1( ini
dividual dIi~nlys of great merit.
In the Needle andi Fancy Work ed- I
patrtment the disp~lay of MIss MeCarter
of Fountain inn was probably the
mrost nlotoworthy thlough all the ex.
hllbits In tils department, though few A
In Inmber, were excellent. A credit
able display of canning and~ fancy 1
work wvas shown in the children's de
partment. The ladief,' and children's
departments were under the general
sulpervIsion of Miss Daisy -harrIs, as
sinted by a corps of chairmen.
The lIst of premium and ribbon win
ners wvill probably be0 printedi next
week after the secretary has hlad time
to go over ,the lit and straighten
them out. This will requIre several
days' wvork and wIll probably. 'be com
pleted by saturday.
Splendid order prevailed -throughout
the day, the policamen of the cIty giv
ing valuable asslitance in keebing the Ie
s~ltret fromr being cnetod. 4
UMERICANS IN Ci
[hree Americans are Ki
Twelve Taken F
With the Ameriin Army in France
Cov. 5.- -A smenil detachmentll clf
imricaln infaiitnrienti was alttked
n the front lint -rehiilis early SAt
tirday 'n)iling bY a mIucl sllpei lior
oreE of etm-. ua1 o shock troops. The
\lt ienna 's w oe (lu i ltrnt re li e f by
hec heavy barrurePt inl their rear. T I~
'atabt millailul untilil 414er\\'teinl((,
ohely by n* mev s
Tho ibigi heteen a
niil-t-h nd.Itwas; brief andj fw ree
i the n :tirej A a n ult 4 t heI
'necolinter. Ihl/. .\norilan, \\rr, kill
$35,000,00.0 Asked of This 1
'aipidgi Its bI Colnducted -Next 'Week.
PreildUary Meeting to be Held To.
morrow Night; When Addret% will
he Made lky Noted Minister friM
Caip 1a(iw1orth. Pu,1111e In.ited.
Next Sunday morning a nation -wide
-arnpaign is to1 be lainched to ra11i se a
und of .$:15,00i(*- for Y. .\M. C. A .Vork
Long tle Amorican soldiers and (le 1
oldiers of - t i ales. iie 4autaign 1I
.; to b(- .rese(d int this stale .ltJI this I
oiln11iy. It. 1uce Nickels hsL- bCei n
imetd as cliit nuti for iiaurens AMun
y and11 11 is vigorotisly laying plais to
:iwg clthee Imign to Ia suier-sil is
me ud. fro
A lrielirnrinlar meeting will le 'ld
n the First 'irmbyterian cburtib to
norrow (vefninglt ut 8 o'clock w\hci an1
ddre will ho ailde by. lit. liolger,
rmnetlCtt1ed wiht the Y. M. A'. A. t CalIp 1i
Yadswoth . I Drl . 3. olgeri is ra116 ed
Itht alig witjh Dr. livens who wits
etirld by a large ittaber of 1.actrtm< <
ec-ple at. fGreenwoc:1 Sunl1day. anid his .
tdress WHIl douitLess attract a large I
riyv'd from 'ite (lty an(i alu er 1v the
ainuty. A s~peclal invitation is issued 11
i) ptople from ihe t reral communities
r) altend and hear this magnifieew
Aliniters are askrn to preach Sun
;ty Qu J~he work for s<ddiers in train- H
-g camps'~, trenches and prison camps2~.
'Ms will .ssist greatly .in .aeom pilish
ig thie task wvhich cani .tly he accomi
lished by their help.
Thei~ Armsy Y. M. C. A. a Itewognizietd
y the gQvtsfermet as the .agency for 1
romnofing -the wvork of thbe chunrch in -
te artny. .0 attempts t0 suppilly te
nylroiniment so neediful for the pre
nrvat ion of character. It. seeks to I
irt ify thet ~tAlher against t-he hour
1' tempitlatiotn -andt strenigthe~n the
iorale of the army by a1 constiit In-f
tuence which ind~udes the religious,
Ucial, eduti lonal andl pica~Ol aeC- I
Shall this work it~'ill bec-ause of a Il
tek of funds? The war work conte
il Is facing a Kreat crisis. Somev
1,ska (ant walt-not t(Ms one of serv
ig twenty-four mnillon men in in
mierican, .tuissian, F"rernch and Ital
mn armies between now aind spring, 1I
tc most eritical period of the wvar. (
IKach sectIon of tihe county is to be o
rorkcd thiorougthlty., *l'ho foMlw'ing g
iirmen have .beetn named for ,differ- v
it comln'ttunities: (
Clinton-Wyatt Neville. o
Cross 11 ill-il. A . Austin.'.
WVaterloo J. C. Smithi.
Ora---W. J. Fleinng, Sa
Iutnford-C. L. Waldrep.p
(Gray Court-Rl. 1,. Gray.
Owings-R. T. 'Wilson,.
Blarksdale, J. A. Toddl.n
Mr. and Mrd. J. C. Smith, of Water
O, W*O' shopping in the city yeter- ,it
[led, Five Wounded and
in the List.
'd an,111d fon vou nded. A sergeant and
'orporal and ten niil werie taken 1)1is
Two l'iil soldiers, w wll ere in
he trellehes, also were killed. :Te
'I'iny lost SOin llitien, but, the nii
wr) i; I likiowin, as. their deny i and
V0o1ntled u vro carriie.d off by% the r
Frini the' bein~i ng ii oli' th lid ( ..
.age int linlil the edil the Americans ;
ived it! 1%) all the traditions of w, hO
\mverican .1r,1ny. lite records sumw -
ho b IraverIy of, the delachlon nt .a110
)1, inldividuial nen es
RUSSIA N[[DS UIP
FROM THE ALLt[8
Premier Kerensky Makes
COUNTRY IS WORN
OUT BY THE WAR,
inys itusslialias Ileen Fighting Eigh.
teen 3iontlis Iomirer Than England
and lins Fought Her ilttbles Alone,
While Englaund and France Hrave
l'lorogradel, Nov. .--Russia is worn
mil by the strain or war and must
lav heli. Preiiler Kerensky today
ol)( Th A.ssociatid Press. ITe said
hat. Itussia clairns a her right that
hv otllr .lliiei now shoildei the buir
leit which she has borne.
itsia, lthe preniler declared, ha
leen lighting IN nionths" longerv than1
ndand and lRussia ha1,s foighl her
at' I, alitow aid is tiil ng alone.
'he' world ninst not lose faith in the
ssian revoluion. hecatise i' is an
'coloillic ole, hIlie preinlie r added,
las thi' rigiht. to I -vI disiln sioned
thou t it as it lakes years to develop
t stable govetilment.
Allerica'si tu1ost u'ser'ilI way of help
tig IRuissia is in sending boots, leath I
'r, Iron and roney. Premier Kereiskv
;"lid it would be im ii sible for the
'ilt ed Slates to snd troops brf.Ceilin
lie difliculties f traIns port would be
ItIussia is not Out of the war, re
iier Kerinskty.% said in rely to reirts
o the conttrv.
"Rusosia has fought consistently
into the beginmninig. S~he sa~vedt Fran-ce
nd( 1Knglaip from1 isater~i early ini
lie war1. Shie is nlow 'worn 0)ut b~y the
OtrainI and)4 (laimfs as5 her rIght that tho
rfi is 1now shoulIder' the buird-en."
'iiis Premier Kerensky explained
5r5st's posItion to the (Orrespondlent.
Phie iremnier was sealed In the l ibrar*y
if 'rhe frormer prlva~t ollice of the em
emr01 in the Winter Palace. Thle cor
esiomitent ('alled attentIon to wIdely
ontr~dlatory r'eports on 'Russlan coni
lition. ;uind asked the premier for' a
rantk .sttement or the facts.
"It. has been saId by travelers re
itrn ing friom 10ngland and elsewhere
n Amerkeiu that oplinlon among the
Cole, not filheial ly, bunt generally, is1
bat Russia is virtually out of the
ari."' It was expdlained.
"Is RussIa outt or the war?" Pre'-I
-tler K~erensky laughed.
'"That," lhe antswe'red, "Is a ridieu
)1l ,litest Ion. Russia, Is takIng an
nrou~ls 11art in 11he wart. One has
nly to r''eember history. Russia he
an thle war for the allies. WVhlle she
ras already fightIng, 10ngland was
nily prepaintg and1( AmerIen was onily
biserv In g.
"Rulssla at thle begInning bor'e thle
Ihole brunt or t he fightIng, therebyr
lt~i'Geat IliItain and France. P'eo.
Ie who say she Is out of tihe war' have
tort 'nemorlIes0. We have foughtI
inee the begInning and the mia a
ow take the heaviest part of the bnr'
en on their shoulders.
"At present Russian puhblic opinIon
greatly agitared by tho question: s
Vhelp Is the groat British fleet now
LEGAL SALES MONDAY.
A Number of .Nles Made by County
Officers. Lands Bring Fair Price.
A fair crowd attended the legal land1
saies Monday morning and bidding on
he various tracts of land offered for
sale 'was at times lively. The follow
ng sales were made:
Clerk of Court.
InI the case of 141mma firyson eA al
vs taura Sipearman eti al, 41 1-2 acres
[o T. \V. loyd for $1,420.
InI tile Case of T. M. and .1. 11. Pin
ion et al vs Vilni 1,. Leak of al, lot,
No. I to H. .\l. Wolff for $21.01); lot
No. 2 containing .1l acres and lot No.
'containing 71 1-2 acres to Nlabeth
onAtty., for "'911: loA No. -1 voil-I
lainin 20 acres to \'in iv Ix11k for -
11n Own ca.-e ()I Ohw %o l: 1.onl &
I~4hange llank vs .\Ils. i-'. A. Su4ll
van, 19, 1-2 a e;; h) .1. 1:. mi .I. P
Kili ilTo $7,:fr .
Ill l : i of the- -otheidi-d ' .
Insur11anve 0). vW.. \. .\. !')Yd l :-..
' 1-2 :'res to .\. 11. \\' ls. .\ty..
The .1. T. T0ald 00 wa- -5hl a
olw:one. lot, in Clinton to) .1.C
Coats l'or $2011: oull a l nanim.
lun 4;es to . \\. (u n s,~ o
$ 1,1 1i : .dixt y nere m( I: --a 'C > I fo'.
S15 I. s1: forty-tie acre- t11 T. 11 lm.
I n'ele tfor $1 11. ''lS' 115 w
Two( lots- andl one huiling inl Hwn
0'..r0%, section of this (.ify it) C'. If.
Ickett for $Ml0. Th w" osWere,
5(Ohl 111111 r un: ' xecutioills V I
that the. Gcrnian (l el is lIlt in the
"It isia"', the Iremiier riepealted, "is
W01rn1 out. She has beei lighting one
and a h1 yearIs longer than lngland"
"'ould an Ameriian ml be of use
if sent to Mti5Ma?"
It wou4ld he impossible to send one,"
hli l renliks. " kIt is (iIIesioni of
transport. The difiiculties ar4e too,
"If .\mierie) can not. sen1 d I ro01S,
what would he the ilost lsefll way
for hier' I1) help Itussia " was ask ed.
'1 lave lier send hoots, leatller, iron,
a l ' premier add1d emphaiCal ly,
Prelider -i erlnsky drew aIttention to
Oh fat a1111t lOTssia h1as flywh her
hatll)es alone. I1lussia has fought
alone -k isiahg alre, IT" r eliv
id.'a " has had adeaerythi to
helie el . frml i m start m il ont
Arner114ie has., gone( inl."
The premi1rwas as-kedrgrdn
lthe moali of the lnushian hopesand
tw is Ieian o army. tlil answer ii-"m
i'ases-" r Ile a 01(worn (il eConIomically.
Te diorgalized 't atnd of life in Ten..
ral hIs had a psychological ff01 c on
I1IT people. The I liy doulbt th possibility
rf tle attainment of thlil hopes.'
"W1h.i11 is fih leven onthe odemo.
tIn bens i h is onli lrev
reui o n'c Iol ldla The 1Russian I evles
Ition sol"ee m nh l. N
houtk fiv.1 iae years Ftol de14
4) deve'lop fuiliy."
Asked v~bat lie eixpcted fr'omi thle
;onstil ITen.t assemIbly, Ithe plremier'
aid: ''Thie (onstituetC a ssembly lbe
1ins a new' cv(hapter1 ini thle hi itory~ ofI
he re(v11mtliIon. Its voiee cerltalin ly will
>e the most impoTaT factor iln lhe
u1tur'e of' Russia."
"Whlat futu.11re do you~I piture for
"'No one enan draw any rea11l i('tre
f the future,".' 1\er'ensky said(. ''Nat.
Irally a man who really loves ils
ouintriy will hope for all good things,
'Itt I lit is only his viewvpoint s, wIchel
ay or' may not1 be acctClted by other1s.
'Pr'emier' K~erensky, pale and earnest
ait at. the end14 of a ear'ved table and(
miphas'ized the po0iTs of his slate
ient s by tapping thle table withI hits
ngelrs. Ito wore a brown unecor
tedI .unifor'm buttoned (closely. lie apj
Oearedl 1 t e fatigued fr'om hIs ninny
rips to the front and hIs constant'
Itepeat Oytetr Supper.
The ladies of (Iray Court wvill again
BirVe 0y8ters Saturday, at $ho samo
tace as last Satayrday.
FOR THIS W[[K
Dr. Cromer to Speak Friday
SEN. LUKE LEA
An11u. nsatit.ute l to be 11041 Foridlay
atail Naturda-dit. Attractive ProgriI
\rrnnerl!d for, tInw TIViehers, Bloard
is tf be Hadlil ini Ide siIences if De.
s i r(l.
Th na 1..aurens Couniit y Tcech
i't ha.'. No\. !ith :; lnin o'clock. The
cw( ll'y ime:ini mI( ld , of 'li'catioi
),.I: ! 1:1Jd ;! h1oHid - it) all ],aurlenls
I r . 4 t h tr a I - I I r r I s
I t 1I 1. 4 411 1, 4 I h e1
l44t(I I tL 4 I 414I14 tlls ,v
I w I i k I\1 I a ((ow , i
v o vh - o -s. m ; is x
I' hI I's :1 l 7 1 o . i l I - l ble
V ~ ~ e I' I'o Iaud;iI Iiv I IIto r In
1a 1 1 - . . I I I 1,Ii. I ,-kin gtn w Ilcho n
h wrl l lo ai5(' si d I t gv!tISo( lo they
hit\ v (, llwr% Ii4 .
I-14. ':tIr 14 w hi I ro s to obJrl hl e 1(11
11 ui s t ) ah Th)I- iie t1..C 1 o br o
Nvwll il ry. od trom ia notes on
;bserv th 1ions. om t t eli
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