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V')LUM XXXV. LAURENS, SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1919.'1 NUMBER 14
-Canvassers Have Made Few t
CHAIRMAN TODD I
('amtpaigI for Laui rens Countyi's A
iortimient. of the Memorial Fund
for World War lend Lags In the
(Coun at itid Renewed Effort Is Ex
pteted. To Italse $7,000.
At a meeting of a few pcolle called
togo'liete Iridiay night by Chairman
Todd, in charge of he campaign to
raiso I uirelS collty's )0 apportionment
of I. \l morlal F1undl, plans were
gOn' over aitn for riisiig the coil
ty's part of tle apportionment. Chair
man Todd, in an inlfo rmalI talk In the
meen.- id that he was greatly dis
a.t ci over thme it oeesI helng
.&c:n in * the campaign and hoped
that the committees in the City of
Laul?, .ad in other sections of the
vousy onlid take a more serIous
view of the campaign aid pIt tih
calmlpaigni actross. Only a few school
districts in tlie county have made any
effort at all to raise the fund and a
comparat ively small p roportion of the
$7,000 has been raised. At this meet
in : those present plledged .\lr. Todd
their sipport anti united upon a plan
to raise Laurens city's atpporitlonment
The ladles of ithe city, under the dI
rect ion of Mrs. W1. D. Ferguson, have
made a partial canvas of the city and
raised a part of the fund which they
expect to raise.
The I Central Committee having
charge of the drive for Laurens
school district, is composed of the
A. C. Todd, chairman; 'M. Lj. Smith,
Albert Dial, C. M. Babb, T. L. Mon
roe. J. K. Poole, D. C. Jones, Alison
Lee, W. S. Power, H1. E. Vincent, R. E.
Hughes, I. I. Nickels, R. A. Babh, E.
P. Minter, J. D. Watts, E. H-. Wilkes,
II. S. Blackwell, S. C. Reid, L. G. Balle,
W. G. Lancaster, ',. 'E. Burns, Wim.
Solomon, J. W. Todd, Jt., John F. Bolt,
M. 1. .loore, T. C. Switzer, R. F.
Jones, JI. C. Chandler, 1. L. Clardy, C.
The following teams were selected
to make the canvass:
1. R. Nickels, S. I. Sexton, J. ).
Wats. Albert Dial, J. C. Chandler.
Wm. Solomon, T. C. Switzer, E .'I).
E- sterby, C.M. M.t'bb. I). C. Jones.
.Ri. Hishop, It. L. Clardy, 1.1. P).
Vl:ater. If. 1i. Vincent.
*1%. G. L: incist , 1r . A. Hab, Alison
Lee E. It. WXilkes.
I.\ayor C. NI. labb, has been appoint
ed caiptain of teatms. The canvassers
arec to meet Monday nigit at s o'clock
In the Chamber of Commerce Rooms.
'Mrs. W. ). Ferguson. chairman of
thie Ladies ?otmmtittee, has handed int
the following ecash sitbsc ript ions:
Mrs. II. S. iBlackwll .. .......$1.00
Mrs. ILucy N. l1oyd1.. ...........2.111
Mrs. W. II. Martin .. ... .. .. 1.00
NMis. S. P'. Kendrick .. .......1.00
Mrs. \lhmert Dtal..........5.00
Mrus. M . L. Copel and ...... ...5.00
Mrs. Iliza \V. Hall ..-. .. ..5.00
Miss lietty Watts ...... .....1.00
Mrs. C. W. Taylor .... ........25
Mrs. .1. 1). (hildruess .. ........25
Mrs. W. V. Irawkins .. .........50
Mr s. Fl em Ing Sm ith ...... ...
Miss Fannie Boul ware.......... 1.0
Mirs. 'T. C. Fiwizer .. .......1.0'l
Mrs. .1. F. 111(1ks................1.11
Mis. Edi. Ilicks ...... .......1.01
Mrus. Geo. lHale.-.-.. ........
Miss Sadhie Sullivan ... .......1.01
Mrs. J1. II. Still Ivan ... ........1 1.0(
Mrs. Ii. H. H umbert. .. .. .. ..1 .0'
Mr.s. Miattie Owings.........(
Mr. and MIrs. R. V. lab.. .. ...7.01
Mast or Thos. iBabb... .. .. .. . .
Miss (;retta IL. 1Iopk ins has sent ii
$5.00 contib ut ed by thle puiipils of th
Roel: Itridge school.
.Metettng of Litren ('ommtamtlery.
A regular businetss meetinug of Lau
ren Commiandery will lbe held of
Monday -nIght, October 27th, a
7:3:0 o'clock. A largec attenidance I
11(x Supper at Lebanont ('hirehi.
The ladies of the Womatn's 'Missioi
ary Society of Lebanan church i
give a box party anid oyster sup1per
the church Saturday evenIng, Oct. 2
beginning at 6 o'clock.. Thle publ1)
.i0. cordlIally .lnvlted to attend.
RUFUS T. DUNLAP
Onte of the Best Known Citizens lled
Suddenly at Hlomiie Tlitursdaiy Evena
Rufuts 'T. Di1nlap, one of the city's
best knoiiwn and highly regarded citi
zels, passed away slddelily at his
hiom4e onl Ootih larper street 'Thtirs
day evening about eight o'clock. The
news of his death was not generally
known until 'Thursday morning and
was heard with (eel) regret through
out the c1ty. Mlr. Dunlap had belien in
his acelstomed hecalth up uniitil a few
lioltis of his death, wh'ben he began to
suffer from his heart and the end
.iMr. Dunlap was lifly-two years of
age, and was born near Mount
ville, this conity, being the only son
of the late Dr. Dick ituilap and his
widow, .\rs. Sarah Ditllap, who sir
vives lingiand has been ma1king her
hoie with her son for many years. In
early life lie inarried Aliss Ann ie itud
gens, daugh liter of \lr. and Mrs. .anes
Illidgenis, who with eleven children
urlvive him1. I'ntil about tIwelve years
go It lived at the old lioiie place
nar .\lountville, where he had large
farming iltlersts, and tlieni miioved to
Lauiris to give his (hildreni better edu
ca tional advantages. Since that. time
le has beeii closely identitled witi tile
city and has take'n a deep interest in
its affairs. lie served in the capacity
of Alderman for one term. lie was
also a director in tle Palhnetllo and
Laurens National banks, wab as president
of Laurens No. 1 Farmer's Land Bank,
besides being connecled with other en
terprises. He was a coiisistent mem
her of the First, Presbyterian church
of this city and a deacon of that church
when he died. Ile was also a member
of Laurens Lodge No. 260, A. F. AT. In
all of his associations, both in public
and private life, lie was considered a
man of the highest integrity and hon
esty, being at the same time one who
nade friends 1)y his openness and sin
cerity of manner.
rThe funeral services were beld at
~ the First Presbyterian church Satur
t day morning at 10 o'clock and inter
ment took place in the cemetery here,
t tile servicets being Conducted by hlis
pastor, Rev. C. T. Squires. A largc
concourse of pecol)c from the city alnl
county followed the remains to Ahl
grave and tile floral ti'ibutes wer(
many and beautiful. Tile active Pal
bearers were .Messrs. (eo. W. Shell
~ B. L. Clardy, John iDavis and Jack 11
r t)avis, of Clihtoil, l'-ugene I idgens, W
- P. liudgels, it. .1. Itangstoll, and W
e Carl Wliarton. of Waterloo. 'rile hn
orary pall harr*is were lit( oficers 0
e First I'resbyterian iichih and Ill
following: Messrs. Ralpi ''erry. D
11. 1). ,ahaftey, .ohin A. Frianks, .l oIn
N. Wright, W. N1. I rhy, .\. F. .atii
C. .\. Power and .J. I-'. Pat ters.
Of the Children surviving Mr. D n
I-ap. tIie oldest, ltichard, is a travellint
salesimaii; \iss Alargaret, the oldes
daughler. is stenuogl'aPlier Ill the ol
ti('e of thle countiy highway en gin ee
and14 Iwo of thle sonls, Jiamies andi Th'orr
r-well, are ('l'emson stuidenti s.
(1j Ueet Iinir of Amieicatn Id'Liont.
mi -\ min ijg of Tholis. D). La ke, .1
PostI of the Amier'~ia Legion, liu
re been anniioun lced for lFrid ay v en In
14 at 7 :"A (i'('clc in the ('ihmber'
'1 C oninierec rfoms In thbe L aurtens NL
k tional Bank for the 'purtpose (if con
in plieting a piermanient orgaitin 1
In the elect ion 01' delegates to te SI a
('oniv('ioni in Columblla, which tale
ofAll whlit(e men( whlo were'4 ini t' il
ta'Inry, nav'al or marine corpsi ser'vil
(ly wllht' ser'ving at homiie or' ablroa
i.e eliIgible1 to imeb'shi IP antd ha
r' bieen ur igentl y r'(qulest ed to1 Litteni
Th''ie Legion at the p'iiresenlt time
th w iaginlg an n etiv'e eampa~Ligni for the4 d
st po)rtaionI of iHolshievikI a gitaLtor (i'
no of governmen 11011t and( ailso bingi ng for
to hiar t'(n 'onigriess to mnake ir''
ion for men whlo '.ve beecn disa li
wh'ilet in the serivlce.
n i dI ---- ---------- --
1m1Will oie to (Grteen wootd.
mtI G. Ri. IIaliim, oine of Ithe miost. s1
'r- ecssftul fai'meris of L aurenfls toiuni
Fi- has purcha'l~isod a very v'alubinlie farim
Ie Gr'eeniwood county nleart the ('ity wbi
ont hie ex per't to( move to give his (11
ay'- ( deni the rnedctitonal adv'antages
an fordedi there.
ic-' iteeting of Wednuesdaiy ('tnh.
Ilt The Wedneisdauy elubl will meet W
the Mt's. John Iliceks thts aft ernooni al
.111S. J. T. A. JALLE W.
lent of Estimuabile Lad4y of County
Mrs. Olive Wharton llallew, wife of
Ir. .1. T. A. Ballew, (lied early Tues
lay mornIng at the family home in
he Lisbon section of the county, af
er an Illness of several weeks' dura
ion. The funeral exercises were hteld
'esterday afternoon at 5 o'clock at
le First Baptist chu11rcht of L4at1rens
mld interment was inl the Laureis
emetery. The exercises at the church
vere conducted by the pastor, the llRev.
. II. Templemat, assisted by the Rev.
1. R. Williamts and the Rev. C. 1. Ver
nilli oll. The ben edictlion was pro
lounced at the graveside by the iRev.
\. 10. Iloller. The funeral was at
ended by a large concourse of friends
ind relatives, and the floral tributes
0ollprised a larne and beauiitifill of
Alrs. IBallew was a meiber of one
if the leading families it Lau rens
ounlty and she was widely and liopu
larly kInown for her many graces and
recomplishillleits, She W.as a faith
fill mlleber of the ti st chlrelh, and
itntil failing health prevented, she was
ac tive itn the' (l ichr organ izalions.
flesides a large coninect fon, the d
reased is siu rvived by her hisban~ud,
threc sisters, Mirs. T. .9. Langston,
Mrs. Ella Itudgens and Mrs. F. 'M. *itl
ler, and by two brothers, Col. .1. It.
Wharton and 'Mr. 31e Wharton. of
TRUCTK liiEllAR11 TilOU'Olit
IVY BLU'FF 111111)1111
1ridge Over leedy lIiver OlIves Way
Last Week. 1tepairs Completed Yes,
A large Greenwood truck bearing a
heavy load of soda water bottles
broke through the Ivy Bluff bridge 01
Reedy River between Laurens ain
Greenwood the latter part of las
week and remained helpless there fo
several days until the bridge could b
stfieitntly repaired to haul it out
On account of the difficulty experlenc
ed in makitng permanent repairs, th
bridge was closed to traffic until yes
terday afternooti when It is thout~h
that the Job was completed thougl
deflnite word had not been received a
the supervisor's office.
,Speaking of the bridges in the coun
ty, Supervisor Watts said that most c
the smaller bridges of the county an
the approaches to the larger ones wil
have to lie rebuilt or strengthened I
they are to bear the heavy traffie gr
Ing over them now and expected 1
go over them in the large trncks con
ing into use. The present. bridges, h
said, were built to carry Wagon tra
lie of a few years ago before lie bi
trueks came ito common ise anl
ivill not. sand the heavier loads no
roitg over them. As soon as iis lit
and cotity finances Justify it, he sai
ie will begin a systematic plan <
strentliening bridges wherever it
All1MI1HAL .Me(JOWAN HlERE.
.Mc(owanu Holnes, of the Air Me
IRear Admiral Samuuel .\e~owant ma
hiis iteph~lew, VapItaiti 'Mc( ows
Illmes, of ('oluimbia, arrived in I
I it y yesterday to visit relatives he
andi~ at Crtoss 111ll. Tihey got down i
('ross 11111 today and expect to reftu
this eveindi Iig. Caplt . I Toltmies is wa I
Iing otnc erthes as thle result of
aertol ane erashi wihich occi ured
Oklahoma several moth s ago wih
his pilot1 was killed and be hims
was se'riously' ~i wunded. The boiies
bothf legs were broken, his jwv in
Ifturedl andl othIer' liorttis of his he
painfitlly hutt. Capt. I lohines is
mueimbeerd by many or the young
mnt of thte coitittunity as a statr fo
ball 1)1ayer on the I'n Iversi ty of Soi
ia rolina tieamt and1( as onie of the b
atletes thte Iitiversity has everi
ouit. 'Thle admirai l, oif ('our se, nieeds
lintrodulctiont to his hiomie folks.
L Iyceumit leria)l N Ight.
"'Thle (oilleens" will be thle see'r
-attrtact in on the Laret'ns Iyee
1course and will give thte enterta inmt
at lie gr'adled schtool auititoritu I
s iday n ightt. "Thte ('ol lens'' is ef
poscd of a iluartette oif littract
yountg ladles and thte entertainmt
consists of rongsl, sketches atnd ph
-lets, all arranged so as to make
I attractive eveninig. The lyceumi er
Lt mittee, of wvhlch WV. Ri. McCuen is
, retary', wvould he gladl to furr
e tIicets :i( thtose dlesirinig thIem for
entien notns oenteirtInments.
FARMERS URGED TO
Iarm Demonstrator moore l'Awains
Advanimaes of Sweet Potato Ware
house In a.uri'i-ns.
In another pairt.o this Issue will ic
found an advertisellent of the I'aut- I
runs sweet potato warehouse. It is
urged that formeirs with in easy haul
ing ldistance of Taurens store swe(t I
potatoes in this varehouse, even I
where the11 potatoes are grown .for I
home use. As soon as possible the
prospeetive storage house patrons will I
he ad vised when to begin digging,
weat her Conditions permitting. In or- 1
der to itre sweet potatoes properly <
under heat. it will be lecessa'y to get
atlI the pot atoes into the warehouse
within a peiod of a few (lays.
The ideal way to handle sweet. to)
tat os for storago is in big boxes or
cirntes holdint about a bushel 'ach.
W her''' !'otatoes are intended for hom)e'
use anVOl0 (all easily make tlse
boxes out of ser'ap lumb1lller ahout t he
farmll. The boxs should bo about
12x12x 's in hi's liside mieasul'en tll,
to hol ,I bushel, alld the sides an
lollil should bw slatted to iure
propl' ventil ation. The boxes al
(asily bo miaok'd for ideliificatn in
the warhouse. For I1hose who desire
to handle polatloes in blk a imbiller
of hills have been conlstrutl inl the
w a rehouse. llowever, wherv potatoes
..re so handled the wanoi )o\''s In
which thoy aleC 11a1uled should 11 padd
(" with strl 1nd every pr(ecatllioll
should be taken ti) plreveit bruising
the potatoes ill handling.
The stockholders Ill this potato as
sociation have built this storage ware
house at the solicitation of the ex
tension service of Clemson College,
in order to demonstrate, that sweet
potatoes call be successfully kept over
wintelr, and to establish another sure
money crop to supplement cotton.
rhis is highly desirable under boll
weevil conditions that are rapid'y ap
A number of farmers have asked If
tile warehouse management proposes
to Insure vw eet potatoes against loss
by rotting in storage. No sich in
surance will he made. Nine cases out
of . tell where rots octr iln storage
they ar'e due either to eareless hand
ling in digging and hauling or to dis
easted potatoes. Tn this connection it
should ble stated that in the sweet.
potato regIons of Georgia an(d Ala
hania, Where strict precautions are
taken in growing disease-free pota
toes and ill hand lIng, banks loan
money on swcet potatoes Ill storage as
r'eadily 'Is they do on1 cotton.
1. I). 1OOI0.
County F"atri Demonstrator.
('0UlCT ('ONVINEN NOV. 31M0.
'ourt oil ('ofumioni Plells to Conene on)
First .lontdy ii November. Tiwto
- The fall term of Ilth Colrt of Com
', ton P'lea4, or' civil court, will convene
- ini thle oui: i 1use5 Novi iebe :1rd.
ably' last for two weeks.
., ollowing ale the jurors drawn fml
Stile first week:
g 41 ba'tens TownIshlip --W. I". l ed lock
~ Youn1g. Allen (*. ltramulett.
Yhouns A .W.)1( I'dsW '.la
'lbton, .l. Itopr . t S.lll Ioo. I
Snifl t ow. -Vt. I ),rri. W. it. OI ino
If.tl'-Wison, .l T.'t .rok. (. .\i'r
rooks,\i, l . T I). la , 'r . H a
W'atllo'a - II. .\). Dwlin , GXV. I
-lbrtsona'l' J.'. 'l'llllin. I':. -\ear
I S(iuff~ liow -. . Ilyad, l. . lian
.T Ilunter-Lc'l. I '.eed . 1.Dv
- E. J.Adair, . I. Leae .R Nbr
C. I.Slih. Siu~Atldi
i i tts1, .arley C . Tumbline i wan (I
J.it. aWnesn b.n W. R e says.
'u ohn 'lf . a aim 00 toined. 'l
nlair. agohile il' la~ weitSw tid
Lbe ntle of thwor hose.ion, Sill
i"- to t ha ty yc Irdas an had hara
aSmitht teo ma evn'ho hleays ai
Inall .Afair Discovered III Iioiiise fII
l ess Yountm Wednsday NWisht. As
Soaintt Also A rrested.I
Fes Youiig and Cooksey Green, both
olored, tle formner of this city and
he latter of S paranh1urg, were arrest.
(I Wdniesday iight anl haled btA-fore
layor Ba laI ursday morning after
he liscovery of a small still in the
ioui.-;i of Pess Young in t(e westerCln
1,r1t of the city. .l:a(h of the pair was
iveni a selitenece of $100 or thirty days
or I ranslporting whiskey and a Iii
entenee for stori n.g it, Cooksey (Green'I
iaving anlotlher $100 added to his list.
f selitn'les for vagraney. Itoth I ne
rioes Look .the days an11d WeI'e 11urn1ed
>ve to the countiy at hori ies for ser
'ce upoll he" gang. Warrallts will be
worl ol it by the euntauy au1t1 horit iest I
or. distillinm , Said Sheriff iteidl yl ter -
lay. and thr'ir cases w'.-ill bo carried
o the higherol court's for fitr-ther att(en
Tile disci.vovry of' the sill lo wed
He l tiv! i I~ of '''es Vo iig at a lon'c
ni i, coloru d .il tasoii hall \\'(lilt
ray Iigit. thief of Poli'' I1t1kIly,
who was keepinug a wtchll0 in I i1 vi
tillity, observed Yoliig going bacik and
forthl between the dancie hall :1ndt ,1
rh eshop) onW ,ra l w i chI i 1w .-4 1
to thw chielt to be of a ratl'' su.i
'lou.-;, chan ci--r. TaIk in a look on
ilg 'olm of tIw visits, (hief liiiaely ls
tified at tilt trial, he s w ls Ymin.
poui11ng ou it a ligttid 1luid which he
took to be whiskey ilito smaller ho:
ties for (list rih )ition to his custom1er.
Not taking thlie risk of Iosing his lirey,
the chief arrested him there anld Con
firmed his suspicions by ! inding a
frulit jar of white coin whisk iy in
Young's iossession. Then adding lu
ral Policeman Owens and Pol icema1
Heams to his entourage, the chief then
made a visit to Fess Young's house
where they found the small still im
provised from valious kinds of call,,
and heated by an oil stove. This was
dismantled and brought, to tle police
station and further evidence sought at
to confederates in its operation. Cook
sey Gieen, who was "pawing the iv
ory" at tle dance, was soon imPliIented
and with infirmation secured by Po
liceman Sullivan lie was loeated il
another section of the city where I1
had gone soon after the arrest of Fes:
Young was known. Greeln was though
to be the "Director of Operations" o
tle still, having been a more experi
enced hand at the game and the tilto
of Fess Young.
Hesides tle still, the offeers folin
in Yolng's hiouse a luantity of Ias
Iinde from vorn meal ad Ilmolasses
several iempty mlolassos cans. an otlie
riari- ef wlisk('y and a distilict odo
of .whiskey 1d mash permlieating th
oise. Al oil stove, a kerosine enn ii
which thoe mash "was healtld, a lari'
hikelot to hold tl water for (oolill
purposes. a brass coil appartleitly tal
en from an aitomobile and a sma
lolasses an solderil into a we'ion c
lie' triil asl a cotdne co~'mleted Si
Thusdy ioring V ith wast the cnI
ffi t i hies aml ge t. ie
th Ki (r . ti . I e': l
- t. 'irs. S ia.iller lie mi~ el.wa a1
.-. e li n 1(1 it lb-ri v io of tl h i
hitC1 ti' r. dilId I oinah Itles o l
Veema lin.' . .~lel T. il5.l)r,'fl~ Ir
mar ia ge, a 'Itlss Ml 'tierson, a mei
lien of ai wiell known tfamlily' oft
(counlt. I-h' is 81urvivedl bly tW wo ani
Wtirs.t .li-es .l i o it a in lini e lill
W ill at.'!i lgaer.l~i,, rt i
- tes Te .C nemlatin wa l aletls
l lev. alS.i andTemlean a retrnd
wherie Ihe hinttor ofen the neni n
is heis ambe of t hlee'sto- bo'arud aftr
*'l soml~iary' severat.l ye~arls before
Vwa lIet wC:, thll See'tions.
TRAUGII MITH GOOD
All Interests Represented
DR. H. K. AIKEN
Dr. A Ilkenl I 'turn1el from1 Worldl Cot
ton ConIIf erence Ilast Week IV.ery
.luclh Pleased with the Results of
ilhe .levtinti. lihr Price for Cot
tol Indicated. .
Dr. -11. K. Ailen, who went as a del
eaefrom ims mounty to thle W orld'si
c(tiioin coifereniee in New Orleans, ri
1rl SatuIrd:Iy aflter haviig a v\rv
la an trip.
.%aigof tih' meetving ye~sterday,
Ir. Aikn :-id that Ito lihe ltoIt 1: at
ilao Confecre~lu \ will be( proluinctive of
i nell ad :s it was tlie first Mlime t hat
rwer.i mauf au rels, shippers anil
fit :,I ~ v ol- togeth-Iler to dW -
"u:u' cention fliu.stionl from all it.;
h i -a l iiat Ie did not, think
1;a- the (onlfiernce will have any of
l't- in Iearinlg down the price of cot
i ut will cauilse a bille feelinZ to
i t betweeni cotton gro-wers and
i ' outil17ali fatitnre of the
)w"ii g froni Ile (otl on growe rs
:iandpoint, said Dr. .\iken, was the
acknowlidgeieit on the part of
E1roean spinners of the shoriage of
cotton. Professor Tod, an1 English
cotton slatistician, told the Confer
(neo that the spinners of the world
le(ded all the cottonl that the South
could grow, as the prospects of cotton
I production in other sections of the
world were not bright. iHe urged the
more careful handling of cotton oii
lie farm and said that there was more
waste from careless haudling than the
Finglish had been able to grow in In
dia since they started twenlty-flve
The price of cotton was a frequent
ly discussed subject in the Confer
encev, said Dr. Aiken, and spinners
agreed that tie cottoln farmer should
be paid a remunerative price. Opin
ions differed, as to what a profitalo
price was and much discussion rang
r ed around this. Gov. Cooper's discus
. sion of the suliject, he said, appeared
rto him to have been the most seisible
one inl the meeting. Gov. Cooper had
soecured figures from Clemson college
on tile cost of growing cotton and
Iting a thi rd of a bale per acres as
r 1 lhe 'average Produ1tiioln, h1e showed
r ti at at :, cents per pound the farmer
w 10ly breakin; even an11d at :1
I. n wa.; makiig a sillipollp .
Sa in lt Coinfervence urged a
more0, SCientific imethod of fariing so
that [the profil per acre mlight. he (
Sir ii tri-r Dixon. all l'higlish spill
I-r w < lcI-tII t 1h I ll'A-fir d t 0f
I i pSi to 11(1 holie mleelings alte'rnately
r in thi iountrl y aind Englanld thou1gh
lu~shibly th pi llanhs mayii bei ('lhnged-ts
a tiat siolt lw'' meetng nmty he held in
otheri i iont ries.
t r:i .iieo N ext Sundlay .
\ n i: ,i''en t hast btleet nmade that.
I. Ni l 'rospecit andi (lhestnut
s ill bie held at New
hiay bginniing at the 1us
or*, li hurIchl~l ser'vices. A\ll
nher.I of these elhurehes are urged
t-atendi thi cmet ing andi carry dn
a ' a 2lhrnoon services will lie held.
I.tU..i.i Will iamis will preach at thle
he noriniiil service andl severall add1resses
iir will heC made(1 In the aflternoonl. Fouir
1- mliite spleakers alsr will take part
hie ii th mi' lorninlg services. Tho plicl
nil Gru'ading~ .thuletlhe Field.
t" thle labor whlichl thle county
o.' os to thle city unde11r the .joint ar*
rangiement bietween the IA'no for theO
a workinog of c'ity' conviets, Suplervi:5Ol
V., '.\'aitts. withI ihe c e n~~lt oif the city
- a :thor'ities, hatis a force of hiands in
lehI :h' rcari of t he graded school buildi11n g
ichi '-rading off lihe athlettic field which was
is- l' hogun seveira1 year's a go hot. wh'li
by wasitever' ctoml eted. When the job
ca- i. finishied, it is thought that the boys
ry. tolI girlis of the school will have am -
the ale facilities for all of their games and1(
I i -i teal all)let ic fi eld nr)ovidled for' the