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PIKENS COUNTY FAIR
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RULES and REULATIONS
PROGRAMNE.
Main Street will be closed at 9:80 o'clock and no one will be al
lowed thereon except policemen, those taking part in the show
and the committeemen in charge of the particular show or exhib
it until 4 o'clock each day.
Rades will commence in front of Mr. John Boggs' residence on
Main Street and end in front of the Court House.
Hogs will be shown at their pens on Mr. Legare3' Park. All
other stock will be shown on Main Street in front of Mr. Carey's
residence. As soon as stock has been exhibited and prizes award
ed they will be marched up Main Street toward the Court House
to be seen by all.
All parties having stock to exhibit please have' same on the side
street by Mr. John Boggs' residence promptly at the Hour at
which they are to be shown, or sooner, See programme for hour.
Thirty policemen will'be on hand to-keep the crowd behind the
ropes and prevent injury. These men are instructed to enforce
-the rules and visitors are requested to keep behind the ropes.
Any person found drunk or disorderly will be promptly arrested
and locked up until sober.
No one under the influence of whiskey will be allowed to take
part In the races or other contests.
No betting will be allowed.
All tournaments and like amusements will take place in front
of the Couit House.
Farm produce and chickens will be exhibited in the new Free
man building on Main Street.
The ladies exhibit will be at the Court House and all parties are
requested to yisit and inspect the same. -
Lunch and ther refreshments will be sold by the ladies at their
booths on the Court House square and visitors will be fed very
cheaply there.
If you have stock and farm produce to exhibit don't wait on
the committee to com to you, but hunt them up and show what
you have.
The musical concert will be given at the school house Tuesday
night at 8:30 o'clock sharp.
- IMPORTANT. All parties who are to take part in the races
iut be on hand on the strect adjoining Main Street at or near
the residence of Mr. John Boggs. They cannot coni inside the
wire on Main Street until the race in which they are to take part
is called, but they must be on hand with their animals so as to
respond promptly when their names are called at the hour named
or as soon thereafter as reached. See hour on programme.
FIRST DAY-RACING.
Pacing in harness................................10:00 a i
Pacing under saddle................;..-................10:15."
Trotting in single harness to buggy---...-...............10:30"
Gentlemen's driving race................................10:45"
Mule trotting racee...... .......------.................11:00"
Mule running race........................................11:15"
Saddle horse running race........-----.-................11:80Q
Dinner from 12 to 1 o'clock.
Mule in harness against bicycle-------,-....-........1:00p m
Horse against man------------------------.................1:15"
Foot race------------------------------------.-... ..........1:80 "
Lack race. l........-.-------.----...........................1:45"
Ox race ia harness------------..-...-......................2:00 "
Ox race under saddle................,...................2:15 "
Automobile race (multiple cylinder).....................2:30"
Automobile race (single cylinder)------.....-.............2:45 "
Automobile against bicycle----------------................:00o
Automobile against motor cycle-------....................8:15 "
Bicycle race---.---...---.--..----........................8:80"
Hound Dog race---- ....--------------..............;......8:45 "
SECOND DAY-STOCK AND FARM PRODUCE EXHIBIT.
Farm produce will be judged by the judges at such times dur
ing the day as will meet their judgment and convenience. Stock
will be shown at the following hours and must -be on hand on
time on the streets adjoining Mr. John Bogge' residence except
hogs and these will be shown in their pens on Mr. Legare's park.
hogs....i....,...........................,......-.......0:00r am
Best stallion---'------------------. -------.................10:15 "
Best family hopes..................--------........3.10:80 "
Saddle liorses:-------------------...--..-............10:45"
Drivin hore.... ............................. ....10
D raft orss~~..... --'---------------. .--.... ....... ..e.311~ :15 ",
S a ir le s . . . ., ,, -- - - - - - --- - - - --- --- - - -- - -- . . .1 :8
._4
L11 Ots under two yeais old0........ ...
its under one year .. ... .
colt.
er two years.......... ...... .......... ........
colt rone year........1:0
Yio of() ..---------...................... ..:00 "
........................................................................1:45 "
ears.. . -.... ...... .............. ...2:15 "
- - - t.---.... .................,........2:30 "
Rams, E "esd goats... 0 ............ ...........2:45"
In case stock is not reached exactly at the hours name
abgve hold e in readiness, because they will be reached ver
soon thereMterand must be on hanpd when called for.
THIRD DAY-AMUSEMIENTS.
Horse- tourna*ent--.. ---.. .............................. ............10:00 a n
Buggyturna.nent------...... ........... .................. ..10:0
Automobile tournament..................... ........100 0
Dinnei from 12 to 1 o'clock
atching of greasy pig..-... ................100 pn
Pug of war.-.-.--------...........-.........................1:80 "
Rammer throwing-....................... ...1:45 "
Peanut scramble................... ........2:00 "
Apple eating contest. ..................................2:15 "
B'lddling conteti ......... -....... ................ .....2:80 "
alog-dance &ritest-..... .....................8:00
AiGreasy pole in progress at all times during the day.
All stores close from 10 a. m. until 4 p. m. each day.
Don't forget the auction. It will take place from time to tim
luring the fair on the Court House square and if you are on the
ookout for it you will be sure to buy something cheap. Every
;hing offered for sale will be sold if it only brings a penny.
CAUTION
Once more let us warn you to keep behind the ropes. We wan
0o run this fair so that no ope will be injured, and you mus
herefore stand behind the ropes unless you have stock to shov
)r are to take part in the races or other aniusements, and in tha
avent you must enter at the right place and at the right time.
The Pickens County Fair, as The ladies of Pickens count
per the above program, threw manifested considerable interes
open its do'ors- of welcome on 'in this fair, and they are ent
Tuesday morning, and forrty- tied to much praise for the suc
five hundred to 5,000 people em- cessful results. The ladies ex
braced the opportunity. Such hibits were neatly arranged ii
an assemblage has never been the Court House, and man'
witnessed before in this county. handsome and beautiful article:
The fair has exceeded the pro- were on exhibition, and wer
diction of some of the oldest in- visited by hundreds of people
habitants in this community, who continually praise them fo:
3nd they are loud in their praise their energy and skill. This de
aver its success. Hundreds of partient is in charge of Mis4
people who were never seen in Essic Earle and Mrs. K. L. Cure
Pickens before, paroled the ton, and a better selection coulh
public thoroughfares until late not have been made, for thc3
in the evenings4and continually took considerable pleasure in ex
uttered words of praise and con- plaining the details that sur
.yratulations upon this grand rounded some of the articles o
vent. exhibition.
Many persons who have not Five very pretty booths wen
seen one another for years, met erected on the Court Hous
upon the fair ground with a square under the managemen
pleasant smile and a hearty of the ladies, andfrom whici
bandshake, and people from w sold cn a ot lunch
other sections of the State wereesThcadbotcnit(
also present and uttered. kindofacmiteffvevr
expressions in behalf of same. pesn n ogna on
The people of this county ldes hrfr o a
have every reason to feel ' eprouduinssw
over the success of this event, eietygo.Mse ul
for it is a brand new thing inFogrEmlBihtE.c
tihis community, and upon itsDailnd Moew' I
Fitoutovtrnso he pextyibot. swr
ndnthcoreoafeyearsc onth Of ourseHous<
twl xela tes sless unde themagmen teb
Chairan A.M. Morisof nesthat ais, done ato thiot
sed ha heis rod o t e re ntso evntyadho.uc
es.r o ikescuny o The other booth wereiste
heexhbit sen tohimwer cag cofmiseea betfulv ver
pleeon xpcainadcang yn ong ldesnda youn
weegealanjydbytecio theshrer of raisa
readily, asehigtyhcomlimsn-npatonage
FolgePolryehii i r Emil HynBie, fE.aMc
Dhreo .H rag e1a --cMorbe, wnere h
nordsofcomedtionk opr cihisg ofar this exhibited
isparactinfoea and earsn, vrihy beuti Mahrgek of h
C heitrean shown thriofnthtws do-naAnrbrOne andhi Vi(t
tharmntb poce CmIntstee, for inTalkoinonmofhte witer
whn itrve this lieo1 ratfing, tohisr Huseaa very ourtfa
btaed hame rodo heforl en tertaivedn hot.h
vistr, an hglycopimn- parnae
SAd. TePutyehbti r .R ane fE e
ao
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pand
next.
wil not. i
handling Oy
this thne Bk
'hands dJAthefrir
the Piclesh i
screamin.g butes.
it Is sonietlgngwe
the worldgoes i,
To know you are iai
love me still; Ito
To feel when the A
left the skies 77
The love-light
dear eyes!
Beautiful eyes
Than the tenderest
could bet
It is something, ea
you near
When life, with Its
seems hard to boa
To f when I falter,
divine
Of your tender and.?",
hand In-mine...
(Beautiful handt d
Than the beautiful 'z
t
earth could bet)
Sometimes, dearest, the
goes wrong,
1 For God gives grief
r gift of song,
3 And poverty, too!- nt
love is more
To me than riches and';-I.!
store.
Beautiful love!-until d
shall part
It is mine, as you are, 14Y
sweetheartl
-Frank L. Stanton in Atl
Constitution.
True Happines,
If I can live
To make some pale face brigti i
and to give
A second luster to some m
dimmed eye;
Or e'en imnpartj
IA strong hand .to the fallen, ot
defend
The right against a i
vious strain,.
My life, though baie
L Perhaps, of much that ekI.
- dear and fair -
To us of earth, will not
been in vain.
The purestdjoy,
Most near to heaven, far fro
earth's alloy.g,
Is bidding cloud give way to sta
and shine:'
And 'twill be well,
If on that day of days the angl
tell
Ofme: She did her best fgr *#
fof Thine.
-Helen HuntJ
Any way the old world
SYou arein it; .*
t If you want to-wear theb.;.L
a, You must win It.
-Travelers on the rocky ~
Meet the winter as the '
e In the surnshine hare
v-~ery minute,
t [rn

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