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VOLUME XXXVI.LAURENS, SOUTHNICAROLINA WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1920.
---a ----- NUMBER 1
Army of Wrangel Reported
Shoiet. Forces V o Forward inl Misa
Formallition, Sueedlimet Hae e.'
plac'n: ['alten 'olumlns, Sebnasto.
pu1i Reported ais ('aptu red Mat u rdiy
C(oi aintinciie, Nov. 1 I.- The a.Imy
of (1'e'ral W irangel, the anti-iloishe
yik eminmander in south RItussia, has
been w'ied out ald a number of his
'generals hal's committed suileide.
A m0ob in Seisitopol has pillaged the
Aaericana itcd Cross stocks.
The Americani toli(ledo boat destroy
er: at Sebastoi ol are evacuating olli
(el's and th ir families. 'The Ameri
'ani dest roye r umph reys has gone to
.\lalta to tak.e off the Iced Cross supl
I.ndon, 'Nov. IS.-Rieuter's Paris
(cor respondent says it is reported that
the Ilolhvik i capttred Sebastopol
Selbastopol a(Ivices of St aday Ina ke
no l lut ion of the captulre of the city
by the JIolshevik i.
'ari , Nov. 1.1 (11y the Associated
're:+s ).-- General Wrangel's army
thoroughly Ieaten, is con tinuing to re
treat southward, according to informa
tion reCeived by the Fr''iench foreign
oilice today, itirsued by a well c'om)
manded I3olsheviki army of 27 divi
sioll$. General Wrangel has suffered
great losses and many of his ollicers
have been killed.
eoeral Wrangel has gone aboard
one o; the French warship:, in Se
.hastopol. hut the vessel still is re
m ailning in r.'ort, say the advices.
The evacuation is continuing, but there
is inadequate shipping for the nunber
of prr-:ov. s( e!ing to fle.
Constantinople, No". I:,.--P'remicr
i'K ivochitn of General Wrangel's gov
(rnmlent arrived here today to arrange
for the transporting, of. women, chil
([en ar'd -wounded froi'tlie Cylinea.
if . ;:id the possibility of a general
cvacuatic! of the Crimea could not
he ex .lua ded and that eevryt hing was
bn done to save tihe remuants of
c, ra Wrangel's army.
cUtItioln will be extremely dif
1ust, 'remile K rivochin declired,
"'it w. have opened pourpaelrs ,to
U.1 i.6 condition:; rgardiig, evacua
I eituationa is ext renely grave.
Al. Ira 1vochin said General V' rangel's
1 ler ;,.: are inferior to tle lsohlievilI
and hi! lo ses have be(en elot'mous.
m ia:. Krivochin, statd that eneral
'Aina ii s i OOps arie ex haulsted hav
in l1i, 1'ed0( 22 attacks ~in lie past fou r
Thi' I'ashieviki artillery hai~s beenI
tO':W 1 dest ructivte, he addied.
TI olshevl kI, according Co P're
ine K rivochiin take no0 heed of losses,
three or four coluns attacekiung eun
miasse often. 'being anniii ated, but
irosh trIoops constantly ar~e briought.
tip. Nearly atll General Wrangel's di
visional or reglnlental conmmandeors
have been killed or wounded, te pre
Sebastopol, Nov. 1 4.-Muties in
General Wrangei's a'rmy brought
about hiso sutdden defeat, it 'Was learned
here today. The F1rench warshp Wal
(leck RlOusseau, ia in por't readiy to
('mbark General Wrangel who is here.
A t Long Biranch School
A box supper and T'hanksgiving ex
cieise will be hieldl at Long Branch
School house Weodnesday night, Nov.
24. The exercises wvill begin at 7:30.
The public is invItaed. The proceedsB
are for the benefit of the school.
* JIOX Mupper at Mt. Pieasantf.
The public Is cordially invltedi to at
tend- a box stupper at Mt. Pleasant
Scehool building Fr'iday night, Noveim
her 19th. Come and brIng; it you
Mrs. 'Laurens Barksdale had as her
guest last wrekpedMIss Nell Payne,
ME'E'ING HELD MfONIAY,
FOlt COTTON COll'OltATION
Juon. Alan .Johnston, of Newberry,
Pointed Out the Need of Sup ort inr
the Cotton Corporation.
Ikon. Alan Johnston, w of Ne x berry,
addressed a gathering of farmers and
businCss mnu in the court house .\Ion
(lay morning in the interest of the
Amlerican Products 1xport and imp1)ort
Corporation. Mr. Johnston said that
spinners of Central Europe were anx
ious to buy cotton from Ain ', but
were unable to pay for it in cash and
credit Was not available to them for
its purchase on time. The object of
the corporation, he s(aid, was to over
come this obtascle by selling cotton to
them on long time paymienits and thus
relieve the congestion in this country.
lie urged upon those present Ithe ne
cessity of subscribing to the con;ora
tion stock as the best available tlteans,
of strengthening the cotton market.
Ile was heard with a great deal of in
terest by his audience.
About $.10,000 in money, 1iberty
Bonds and cotton has been subscribed
to tile Corporation stock in this county
and the camiipaign Is still being pushed.
Mi's. C. A. Power is chairman of the
stock committee In this counlty and
would he glad to receive further sub
1lLI:ASED, FLORENCE' IOTAllANS
Frank McC'ravy ApiIars in New Hole
in F lorence and (aptivates ills Au
The following reference to Frank
McCravy, the evangelistic singer from
this c'ity, taken from the editorial col
uni of The Floreiece Daily Times,
will be read with intcrg.t by his
"Not In a long time eas Florence
Rotary Club enjoyed Itself as much as
It d1d yesterd-ay afternoon at the re:;u
lar TIhuirsday luncheon when Frank
AleCravey entertained its lembership
In song and story. Mr. McCravy has
every right to be it headliner in lead
ing chatauqua work, but he was
elected to answer a higher call, and Is
doing a wonderful work as a song
evangelist and personal worker in his
Master's vineyard. In Florence assist
ng Dr. 1" If. Martin in the conduct of
a series of ri'lval meetings at the
First baptist Church it was Rotary's
good fortune to have Mr. McCravy as
Its guest yesterday afternoon. lie Is
an impersonator of rare ability and not
only this, tells his vast funds of gen
uinely humorous stories with a skill
that delights and celirms. For near
ly an hour he kept hiIs audience shak
lng with laughter and then as a cli
max took the twenty.-one business
men through a stunt that fairly took
their breath away. Mr. MclCravy is
not a itotarian himself as Ills work
takes himt from place to place, but he
breathes itA spirit and if he ever stops
long enough in any town or city
where Hotary'1 exist; o.. p1 (I for its
activities Is fonund, I io lmaonalI1l0
tary will gaIn a ich adIltion a ItI
sin eely ' hou etd tha1t iFrank MicCr'avy
will ('0m1e' tils 'ayi 'ften anid stopl
loug. I-lo' i:. gootd for the indI andi
for1 thlit heat an id fori the sol.
00913 1h0Alt A ND
T IA ' " 4 'lA 31lll ( ONSOLlI' l
''Tw'o Ji(odie.s to Act as Onie Umlier' Lend.
er'sihp of A. V. Snell. Ofices inl
ColumbIa, S. C., Nov. 1 5.--Consollda
tlon Of thle South Car'olina state chaim
ber of commerce 'wIth the sonth Caro
lina Developmiient Board will become
effectIve withlin a veiry shoirt time.
The new name of the or'ganlzatlon wvill
be the South CarolIna Development
Board and Chiamber' of Commerce.
IlDeterminatin to meirge the organI
zatIons followved upon01 a feelin~g that
more can be thus accomplIshed than
b)y peritting the bodIes to oper'ate
soparately, The/ development board
has been particularly sucecessful in Its
appeal to the farmers' to unite while
thle state chamber was r'epresentative
of the business Intej'ests In the larger
The neOw association, with the re-.
moval of all fear' of duplication~ and
overlapiIng in activities, will be
stronifer thain the two acting siepar'ate
ly could hope to be. Ieadquarter's
'will remain in Columbia and the man
agement of the board will be In the
hands of Arthur V.' Snell, until now ex
ecutive of the Charleston Chamber of
VERtDICT FOR PLAINTIFF
IN AIAMS4VIliES S I l
Nearly Three Dnys Consulued In
Iletnring of Suit Over Fire Loss.
Nearly three (lays Vere .cont5tltuek
last. 11week inl cu11ommonpleas cotri. iR
the case of J. .1. Adams vs. :. .1. &
11. 'Wilkes &. Company in which the
lilainliff asiekCe damages in the sum of
$7,500 for the loss of his hottse and
contentts by fire alleged to have been
atsed by the negligent installation of
a fttmiace by the( defendant company.
The damages asked for by the plain
tiff replresent(d the ai;)liraised value of
the building and content:;. After hear
ing the case from \Wednc-day after
noon until Saturday afternoon and re
taening in the jury loom'' about four
botrs, the .Jry retu'ned a verdict for
the defeldants. Notice of appeal was
givcn by attorneys for he plaintiff.
The principal allegations of tho
plaintift' were that li installing the
furinace the defendants allowed pieces
of timber to remain in the chimney
through wic :h the flue was built, this
titubm er igniting and being transmitted
to the frame-work of the buildin
above, and also in placing. the flue
pile so close -to sills underneath the
house that the heat it gave off set the
:Ills on time. A mass of testimiioy by
witnesses of the fire and by experts
was introduced by both sides, the case
being one of the hair tst fought in the
local civil colnrt in years.
In the case of iomer Siitlmerel vs.
W. C. Waldrop, in which the .plabitiff
asked damages to the a mennt of
$5,000 for falsi- arrest and i;:ult, thle
plaintiff wa. a' arded a Verdc t of
$281.25. The plaintiff allege( that the
dIefendantt assaulted lim following a
dispute they had on tile sti ei'ts of
LVat rns several mtltiths ago over a!
Ieged reckless driving of the plaintiff
and that the defendant iillcgally ar
red hii -by force to the city plte
station and turned him over to oflicers;
there. 'Tlte defense of '.\
-was that the plaintiff pasnds.(]" h soy
eral tines in his automobile at a reck
less speed, throwing- (uast in his face
and otherwise acting in a very aggra
Mir. J. W. 11111, of Cross Hill, was
awarded a verdict of $111.12 aganst the
Southern IXpress Company for .' (log
lost in transit while in care of the de
On aecount of inteo rtuptiolis of the
regular( days of court by elections and
holidays, a special tern of tire court
will be held for one week in ?lhecemn.
('JAIl IltiBEltY IN
'esl' o1nt(y inl Probe "IBuilding 'T'rtust'
Alleges Paynit "Strike Ins urantce."
l''llos TI'umultolis Session 111 Ii
I N wylano.
Xew York, Nov. 1 2.--After- another
tutuItoils 4sssin with .\ayor I ylan
thte joint legislative committee i nvesti
gating theo "bmiiding truist'' today heatrd
testimony allegling the paymet of $32,
000) by a biti lding contractor to ltobo-t-t
P. lHrindell1, lpresidet of th 1le 'ouilinzg
trades8 connlell, for- "strike Iisuriance."
'IOTttoniy- by Hilgh 3. IRobertson, of'
Tlodd, Irions anid Robert son, that he had
paid this amiiounlt as part Payment on
an agr-enment to pay the labor01 leader
$30,000 for- protectioni againtst strikes,
cameo as a startling elitmax to the after
noon, session of .the committee, whieh
slpett thle greater part of the dlay prob..
lng Into the city's school lmestonie
iDcspite protest by Samuel (Jnter..
mnyer, the comiittee's couinsel, that
Mayor' Hlyan was ttrying to turn the
htear-ing into a "Circuts" and "this or
def.ly investigation into a gener-al beer
garden" the mayor. persiated through.
out the sessioni to get a l'etter before
-the commlitete exoner-ating him of any
r~efonibiliity In having thme schiool
httilding contr'acts changedi from terra
cotta to linmestone. Falling In this,
thle mayor- gave the letters to n1ewspa
pers l'tr iputblcatiou.
The mtayotr was flnally exeused as a
witness uantil next WVednesdlay wvhen
the conmmittee resuties its hearing.
Boex Supper at Central.
The Central Sehool girls a111d teach
elrs, will enteftain Friday night, 19t~h
int. with a box supper. The 1ladies1
'will sell sandwiches. The Public is
cordially invited. A good time and
pretty girls galore, Come.
Slutitlianeous E iangeIlstIc Camtpaigni
in all th1e Bapitist Churches it Lour- I
ens Association, No. 2ntod to ev,
fian:; have beens perfected by whi i
a liiost the entire evangelistic force of
I be lone -\ission Board of the South
cr'n Illaptist Convention located at At
antta, and the evangelistic force of the
laptist, State Board of alission of Co
l umbia together with a Unlbr of pas
to: evangelists have been secured to
condu(ct sintltaneous evangelistic
mLeetini's in Laurens Association, Nov.
22ind to Dec. 5th. 1Nvery church in the
Latrirns Association together with the
! 1urricane church which Is in the
Ieetly River Association is entering
heartily into the canpaign. RIev. W.
W.' fanilton, D.)., of AtLahta, Ga.
wii have the general oversight of the
iltire campaign. lIe has been con
ducting simultaneous camlpaigns with
Iarked success for manty years and
we have no reason to believe that this
campaign will mean much to the re
litions and moral forces of Laurens
Ieiow is a lIst ,
evan', ii liits and !;in r.. .\lost of the
churche 1.1 wi ll ntinue (10 nills..
fron Nov. 221 '' : Iea'v-. .daai.,
Iev. L 1. O'l1rian; C'he:;tnultt Itidge,
llev \'. C. \le i'helso:, S. I. Spencer,
'-inter; N ew l'rospiect, IIev. \. J. Neill,
J. S. Ru ;hing; alt. l'Iea san., itev. W. .J.
\ay; olet;abara, to Ie it, I pp'.. l; Cro l
hMi, I De. C. A. Owen, A. . Miller;.
louniville, lev. It. \. Thiot, J. I).
I loffman. W\iaterloo, la- I: . 12. . W 'oi
W. J. Morris;; Bulah, E. '.. Jh. 1o. Me.
.\lanaway; Uurbin. llev. A\. 1". lieddoe,
W. J. Work; Iar.n , . W.
T'riplett; Cal vary;t-(;;no , ev 1.T.au el I. .Jo iiD ;inton, tev
W. W. i Iumilton, N., W. 1. Martin;
Vi' ndship, Nov. 29th, Dec. 5Rih, Rev.
P. A. Anthony, Gray ;ourt, Nov. 22-29
Pev. P.'A. .\nhtony; iaburn Creek,
LU - J. S. I.ill; dlenderson, Nov. 22-28,
i:ev. 1'A. \l. Ramsey; Langston, Nov. 29
'Dec. 5, Rtev. F'. M. Ramsey; Highland
IIonie, 11,'v. JNA. J. Isenhour, INA. A. Pat
tet~sonl; Lanford, Rev. if. C. D~ucholtz;
Warrior Creek, Rev. L,. T. Mays; Laur
Sens, It, 1tev. B. 1t. 'Bailey, J. W.
Jelks; LJens 2nd and Lucas Avenue
Rev. t'. S. Thomas, J. P. Carter; Gold.
ville, ilhey. Raleigh Right; Nov. 22-28,
W. C. Crinell; Lydlia-Clinton, Nov.
28-d)ec. 5, Itev. Raleigh Right, W. C.
Crlndcll; ;Poplar Springs, Rev. J. S.
fool, Jesse T.. Williams; Princeton,
Rev. J. J. Beach; Union, Rey. W. L.
Bead; Hurricane, Rev. Samuel Long,
Mr. Lynch; Mt. Olive, Nov. 22-28,
Rev. L. J.' Dristow; Bethany, Nov,
22-28, 'Rev. N. R. Stone; 'Mt. Gallagher,
Nov. 28-Dec. 5, R1ev. N. It. Stone;
Ilelview, Nov. 29-Dee. 5, Rev. G. C.
Smith; Ilolly Grove, Nov. 22-28, Rev.
G. C. Smith.
Only one service each day and that
at night at such hour as earh congre
gation may determine. There will be
a cent raIlimeetinig each dlay, morninug
at 10:30 at the First church in Laur
ens for all evangelists ivnd workcers,
Clinton, S. V., Nov. I ?, 1 920.
IIuge Figure. .Deifiet* is $ l,3;10,000).
French Lick, Ind., 'Nov. l I.-Th-''le
Rlepublican national camupaign cost
$3,'I3 1,000, according to figures given
ouit here. tonight b~y Fred -W. Uplhami,
treasturer. of the Ritbhlican national
committee, who 1s here for a brief recst.
Hel statedl that the deficIt amouintedl to
Treasurer Urphiam said that lie hiad
Jutst complhletedI his reor~tt and that
the deficit was atfer all hills had 'een
Mr. Upthami said ho would leave
here Sunday for New York, whetre lie
wvould submit his report 'n RlepuitI-.
ean finances to a meeting of the nta
tional comntlittee on Monday. After ap
liroval by Chalrmani Will 11. 1Hays ad
the commIttee the treasurerc saidlihe
would file the report In Washilngtoni.
Th''le cot ton mairkc t has shtoun ti...u'
lter declintes duirgg the pasite,
though a' better tone lirevailedl .\ulo ncty
andl Tuesiday- 'Local buyer~s have bet n
haying nrotindl 18 Cents foir goodl cot
ton, bitt report little dlemand from
MAY INREASE STOCK
Reconnendit ions to That Ellet Mlade
NO Stockholders by IIireciors at
llee t;; Held hast Week.
it the annual meeting or directors
or the f'urels Cotton Mill, held in
he comia ny's oalices here last, week, a
tsoluen n-as adotpt teod recomm'ending
(he Stockholders that. the capital
Iock of, the mill be increased from
30:0I,000) to $1,250,000. h'l(e stoekhold
er:; have been called to lueet. onl De
(enibher I Ith whet the reeotunendation
of the directors will be .:'" d upon. It
is mit statedl how the stoci< is to he is
sued, whether as a stock dividend or
by sale of additional stock. as this will
he decidel uipon at tle stocloldet;'
The report of the mtttagttemnt of
the mill sltowel it to he in a prosper
ois condition. Mr. \I. L. Smith, assist
an t tea surer, was elected to the dir ctc
lorate to succeedj t he late S. I). tlrew
stor, of Now York, who died last win.
er. Itesolttiot; to the menorv of
Air. IhrewsNt'r were introdteed by Mr.
N. It. Dial and itpatssed by the directors.
'lh' old oillcers of the co'm mny
V .' re(-( lec4ted, as follows: N. It.
Dial. president: \\'. ."\1 on tgontmtery.
t:nager": and treguiare a d Al .
?ith, a istant treasun r.
U":'1SON 1A NI~l.;l D)gY .
IN SIIAW CASE
- I hessie ). Sha A warded .11ld.
la ilor il'. paid Atitmony antid F.
J (d:1,e Ernest Moore handed ldown
his dreision last wek in the case of
'. .. :Shaw vs. Mrs. Bessie D. Shaw
a n ich he awarded Airs. Shw the
sum of $1,S75 and interest on pay
ments Of back alimony, iaymtentt of
$125 per month as alimony in the fn
ture, besides conIirm ing the (eed to
certain lands whlch Mr. Shaw con
tended had been obtained from hit
through fraud.. The case was a suit
brought by Mr. Shaw to set aside this
deed. The order provides that should
Mr. Shaw, the plaintiff, fall to pay said
anot'iifs tlplat the defendant will be n
titled to oll the land for their pay
In his decision Judge Moore also
Ollhilated that a Declaration of Trust,
given by Mrs. Shaw to Mr. Shaw
should be properly recorded. This
Declaration of Trust was an agree
)ient by Mrs. Shanw to retut', the land
if Mr. Shaw would give a bond in the
Lutm of $10,000 for the proper perform!
anee of his agreement as to alimony.
The testimony before the referee, \ifr.
C. A. Power, showed that. Mr. Shaw
had returned this Deelartion of Trust
to Mrs Shaw, it being introduced as
Mrs. Shaw was directed to pay off
any encumbrance placed on the prop
erty sin ce the deed was executed.
AlaItthew .\lcatiel, the twlve
month (ls' oldi clild( of Al . ~ e l .
Al yra, who tle ont the (;tayV ('ort
t'oad. was fatally ijured las weeie.
backeed ani auhtOmoil Irver( its hid t
euomo g otut of thte gr'age at the ir homte,
The infant was J'laying on thte
groiuntd anld was I, t seen'f by its Ibroth1
or. VTe eid 1(1was trushted to t te
ital hete for' attentlint expoi Iiredi
v'ery sooni after teaching t Ierr. 'it
fitntertaI was held at IHighIand I tni
churt tcht Thur lsdayv, being at tended by a
hiarge numb er of friends~ wM It mi p
tzilewith tearns in their be.
Soldier. Bedy ('arried H[omte.
'The blody of Private Ilosco Williams,
whl~~i was found in a roomt ini thte
laturens hlotel last Monday morning
andh whicht -was held in the Kennedy
utndertakintg establIshment for several
dtays upon orders of arml~y olliel s
was remlovedJ Trhursay3 *morninlg and
sent to thte htome of relatives. 'lThe
boedy was accompanied by a sergeant
of ~l I lt nfantry, of which~ heo was
a mem isbet. No fu rthter 1 liht was
thrtown on the reasonts for thle silleide.
Ontue I rge Still
Iturat Pol icdeen Owvens andt loyd
madt~e a raidt in 'needy River' In 'Sullivan
t ishIip last Thltirst'day mornlling re
liirning to) thte city wilth the' lar'gest
still of thte season. The outf111 was
(eflnilvely constructed and had evI
deuntly beent in operation very recently.
No arrests woern mea
Resident Engineer Charges
FOR YARD SITES
1-ormler iesident. Engineer, in Testify
ing Before Walsh. tonmmittee,
(;imrg:es Tha Government. SBtiered
leavy Losses 'Through 3iismnnuge.
ument aid Neglect.
New York, Nov. 16---.laehinery and
s-hipuiildinge e(tuipient valuIe( at mil
Iions of dollars was le(t out in the
ope1n to deteriorate in value months
after plants were closed down with
th(; ending of the war, Paul I. Nlac
Neill, a former resident engineer of
the shipping board in the South At
lantie district to:stiflkd today before the
Walsh committee investigating ship
Ping board affairs,
AiicNeill said he was ;stationed at
.-avlnnar and had live yardsi under his
supervision, his immediate chief be
ing 1i. 11. Dillingham, at Jacksonville,
the dstrict plant engineer. Just what
his own authority was he d(id not know
he testilied, but he said he "assumed a
great deal in the endeavor to straingh
ten. out tangles."
lie said the yards 'were well or
gan ized. "better perhaps than were the
neergeney fleet forces for they gener
ally could get the better of the govern
ment. organization." lie brought into
his testimony the name of the Terry
Ship yard; and the National Ship
Building (c1tompany and a marine rail
ay orgalzationl over which he had
supervision. lie said that the Terry
(:;;e had a trust loan from the fleet
coporation to be2 used in silp con
stction and that over his protests
molley in this fund was used to filance
a :1u Isidia ry organization enlgaged in
dry dock work, when their contracts
Were only about one-third complete.
Through his efforts $116,000 of this
tund was held up, but he added that
he had ascertained that part of the
Money was again diverted.
Speaking of the National Ship
-uilding Company, the witness sale
that work there had shut down prep
viouls to his arrival on the scene.
,Left in Weather.
"I found nothing had been done t
-take care of the properties and va
iunble machinery was left uncover
to the weather," he said. On his ow
responsibility he took steps to sav
as much of it as was possible. He int
voiced the property. Illis guess as t0
its value was $1,500,000 and $2,000,
00. lie also asserted that in the
auditing of the affairs of the plant 101
nuinered vouchers (buld not be ac
counted for. I
Another spoint he miadle was that
CI)iipmen('t, ord1eredl previous .to the
olosing of the Plant was still coming
to the yarmd. lie tried to have it stop-.
peel anid suggested it was new and
coeh bdIe retutirn ed to thle vendors .by
I aym ent o f the freighlt only.
'-They told me to keep my hands off
and1 b-t h' machinlery (ome,'' Mac
Thew T< cry vard, he test IfIl. huad a
(endet ( cein ent~ an con (11tracts for
sever-'1 tankers an c11(01iompsite ships,
none of which wvas (comlplet ed. rI I val- "
hed thie (Iepi )ent of this yard at
abhoot $1.500,000 and added that whilo
t here was sufficient lumber at hand to
huild thods to) protect the exposed
muachinery, it wasu not (lone. The ma
rine railway, he testified, was built on
land owned bly a pirivate Ind(iVidual
who had an agreement for rental of
his property wilth no specified amount
named. The rail way was built nyith
emergency fleet funds amounting to
about $100.000 wilth an additIonal
$12,000 worth of filling sumpplies by the
governme'nt for another opuerationi.
This property he said, was in contro
versy, andl it was his opinion that un
der the laws of Georgia it was owned
bly the man who had tit~le to the land"
Gray 'ouirt-0wings Lyceum
The St. Claire Sisters wvill be0 thc*
next attraction on the Gtray Court-Ow
ings lyceum eourse. This attractlQ~
will appear at the school house Tueg.
day evening, Nov. 23. and Is said tob~
one of great merIt. The ipublic is