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$ioo,ooo.oo to loan on imf.
posit in one of the Banks i
Company. We have been in
years. Interest 7 per cent.
INvalry Between Various Agri
cultural Clubs Exceedingly
Keen and Interest Is
Augusta, Ga.-The agricultural dis?
play at the Georgia-Carolina Fair,
which will be held in Augusta, No
vember 6 to ll, will be the biggest fea
ture at the fair to the majority of
attendants. The competition in this
department will be strong. The vari
ous elub and individual exhibits' will
oren surpass those at the fall fair
.'lera last year. The agricultural dis
play at the fair this year will be in
all larger than last year and in every
respect it ls expected to be finer. The
live stock exhibits will be unusually
good, and it ls already known that
several fine animals-above the ordi
nary-will be on exhibit There ara
always a very large number of en
tries in this line and especially good
.how is expected this fall.
The superintendent of the agricultu
ral exhibits at the coming fair. Mr. J.
M. Westbrook of Beech Island, ls re*
ceiving Inquiries nearly every day in
regard to entries and rules governing
the department of agriculture at the
fair. His assistant, Dr W. E. Meal
ing of North Augusta, is also answer
ing .questions about the agricultural
exhibits at the fair this year. Doctor
Mealing is a student o? agriculture,
The Cattle Show at the Georj
is ready to Inform any one about mat
ters regarding tho exhibits in his de
There will be a large number pf
Blub exhibits at the fair among which
ire the Meriwether, Schultz' Hill,
Clark's Hill, Beech Island and the
Richmond County Agricultural Soci
ety. The club exhibits are the most
Interesting part of this line of the
(air. The Richmond County Agricul
tural Society's exhibit will be a new
one. It did not compete for the
prizes at the fall fair last year, but
rt will be "right there" thia year. An
other fine exhibit this year will be
that of the Georgia and Florida rail
way, showing the products of the
"wi re gr ass country." Their exhibit at
the last fair was splendid and was
complimented on all sides. Some of
the finest products raised In this Bee
tle n are grown along the Une of the
Georgia and Florida railway.
The individual agricultural exhibits
st the coming fair will be even better
Chan those o? last year. There will be
many and the -competition among
them is going to be keen. By now
those who Intend to, make exhibits
In the coming lair realize that they
have got to put out a display a great
deal better than they had at the fair
the year before in order to successful
ly compete with the other exhibitors.
Every exhibitor, no doubt realizes
this, and the consequence is that each
year these exhibits are much im
It will be of interest to agricultural
exhibitors that a scale of points as
to merit will bo used in Judging the
agricultural exhibit this year. Gov
ernment Institutions are not allowed
to compete for premiums. Another
Important rule is that no article can
compete for two premiums. The fol
lowing is a list of premiums to be
given this year in the agricultural
L For the best, largest and
?ino st artistically display
ed agricultural exhibit by
any club in Georgia or
by members of said clubs.$275.00
t. Next best as above. 250.00
8. Third beBt as.above. 225.00
Consolation prize, $200. For the
elub not receiving first Becond or the
|>remlum First Second
No. Premium Premium
4. For beet collect
ive. Individual ag
' rlcultural display
grown by the ex
hibitor as above.$100.00 $50.00
5. For the best and
heaviest 100 ears
of corn . 4.00 2.00
8. For the best and
heaviest 2 bushels ~i\
jroved farms. Money on de
n Augusta. !N*o. delay. No
. this business exclusively i7
Term of loan five years.
K & SON Augusta, Ga.
Of rust proof oats 4.00
T. For the best and
heaviest 2 bushels
of wheat. 4.00
8. For the best and
heaviest 2 bushels .
of rye . 4.00
9. For tho best and
heaviest 2 bushels
of barley. 4.00
10. For the best 2
bushels of field
peas . 4.00
tl. For the best dis
play of field peas
for stock, collec
tion not less than
10 varieties, with
bushel of each. 15.00
12 Best 2 bushels
of sweet potatoes 2.00
13. Best collection of
not less than five
varieties, 1 bushel
each . 10.00
14 For the best 2
bushels of Irish
grown . 4.00
18. For the best 2
bushels of ruta
baga turnips .... 4.00
16. For the best 2
bushels ot Eng
lish peas . 4.00
17. For the best bale
Of short staple
cotton, 500 lbs... 15.00
18. For the best bale
ot long staple
pounds . 15.00
19. For the best d's?
play of Georgia or
and variety and
i m \m m
J \ "?? ' fi w] .
fia-Carolina Fair to Surr??
quality, in bales
ot not less than
75 pounds each..
20. For the best dis?
play of peavine
hay, not less than
five bales of 75
pounds each .
21. For the best dis
play of bacon,
less than 100
22. For the best dis
play of pumpkins,
not less than 10
28. For the best gal
lon of cane syrup,
exhibited in glass
24. For the best 1
dozen stalks of su
gar cane ........
95. For the best 8
pounds ot sugar .
26. For the best, larg
est and most at
of home-raised sy
rup in gallon Jars
27. For best display
quality and varie
ty considered ...
lfl.GD , MB
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Many Horses That Performed at
Augusta Last Season Now in
Grand Circuit-Fine Pros
pects for Racing This
Augusta, Ga.-The racing feature at
the Georgia-Carolina Fair every year
is one of the greatest of all the at
tractions. Those who have an idea
that Augusta's fair doesn't have choice
talent each fall should take a look at
the summaries of the races in the
grand circuit, where a number of
horses who performed on the local
track are making great records.
Within the fair grounds inclosure
each winter a great number of horses
are wintered and trained and becom
ing used to racing on the track and
because of having great numbers cf
practice heats the horses get into the
very best of condition for making fast
At the approaching fair, which
opens on November 6, and continues
throughout the week, there wlU be
both harness and running races
Piece bagging, New Ties
Scale beams, Steelyards.
Jones & Son.
LAST A LIFETIME
They never "need repabVnever need any attention in fact except an j
occaaiunal coat of paint. I They're Fireproof-Stormproof and suitable
formai] kinda Jo f,bu?din^\ For. further Retailed information apply to j
Stewart & Kernaghan
Edgefield, S. C.
Leggets premier cheese
Premier asparagus points
Marroaibo coffee, green
Golden Rio coffee, green
20c the pound
25c the jar
20c the pound
25c the pound
W. E. Lynch md Co.
Round Trip Excursion Fares Via
Southern Railway from
Edgefield, S. C
Augusta, Ga. and return Account
Georgia-Carolina Fair Nov. 6-11,
Tickets on sale Nov. 5 to 10 in
elusive with final limit returning
Nov. 12, 1911, $1.20.
Augusta, Ga. and return, Ac
count negro Fair Association, Nov.
14-17, 1911. Tickets sold Nov. 13
to 16 and for trains scheduled to
arrive Augusta before noon Nov.
17 with final limit returning to
reach starting point not later than
midnight Nov. 20, 1911. $2.25.
Atlantio City, N. J. and Return
$24.30. Account American Elec
tric Railway Association October 9
13, 1911. Tickets on sale October
4, 5, 6 and 7, 1911, with final limit
returning October 18, 1911.
Knoxville, Tenn, and Return
$10.50. Account Appalachian Ex
position, September ll-October 1,
1911. Tickets sold September 9 to
October 1, inclusive, good return
ing not later than midnight of the
tenth day, but not including, from
date of sale, except that no ticket
will be limited to reach starting
point later than October 7, 1911.
Memphis, Tenn, and return $18.
85. Account Reunion Blue and
Grav, September 28-28, 1911. Tick
ets sold September 23 and 24, 1911,
good returning October 4, 1911.
Kansas City, Mo. and return,
$44.35. Account Third National
Conservation Congress, Sept. 25-27,
1911. Tickets sold Sept. 23, 23
and 24, 1911, with final limit re
turning Oct. 2, 1911.
Richmond, Va. and return, $17.
15. Account National Convention,
United Daughters of the Confedera
cy, Nov. 6-11, 1911. Tickets sold
Nov. 4, 5 and 6, 1911 with final
limit returning Nov. 20, 1911.
New Orleans, La. and return,
$20.35. Account American Bank
ers' Association, Nov. 20-25, 1911.
Tickets sold Nov. 17 to 20, 1911,
inclusive good returning Nov. 30,
Savannah, Ga. and return, $4.90.
Account Grand Prize Automobile
Races, Nov. 27-30, 1911. Tickets
sold Nov. 26 to 29, 1911, inclusive
with final limit returning Dec. 4,
Nashville, Tenn, and return,
$19.99. Account Pentecostal charch
of the Nazarene and the Pentecostal
Mission, Oct. 5-17, 1911. Tickets
sold Oct. 3 and 4, 1911, with final
limit returning Oot. 20, 1911.
The Southern Railway offers con
venient schedules, superb service
and Pullman sleeping car and
Southern Railway dining car ser
vice on all through trains. For de
tailed information, call on nearest
Southern Railway ticket agent, or
John L. Meek, AGPA.,
Frank L. Jenkins, TPA.,
GUNS & PISTOLS
most every kind if they
are the good kind
J.P. Sauer & Sons
Repairers of all kinds of guns,
V. A. Hemstreet & Bro.
Near Ga. R. R. Bank. 655 Broad
Suffragettes Raise-What Dc
Ten women, smartly dressed, were
making one minute speeches on wo
man and the ballot to a correspond
ing number of victims yesterday af
ternoon at the yellow trimmed booth
of the Woman Suffrage Party at
the Pure Food Show in Madison
Square Garden. Yellow sashes across
their bosoms shrieked for"Votes for
A portly dame, her arras full of
samples and three trailing children
behind her, paused to cry out to a
friend in scornful accents:
"These are the women that raise
h- instead of babies."
Land For Sale: A tract of 100
acres known as the Arthur place, a
part of the B. F. Mays 'estate, with
in one and a half miles of the cor
porate limits of town of Edgefield.
Price $1,250. Apply to Calhoun A.
Mays, or to S. il. Mays, Edgefield,
8. C, ' "
EDGEFIELD PRESSING CLUB.
I wish to inform the public that
I am better equipped than ever to
do pressing and- cleaning of all
kinds. Let me make your old suit
look brand new. We take especial
pains inpressing ladies skirts. Send
us your garments. Satisfaction
We make a specialty of cleaning
and re-blocking hats, both felt and
Panama hats. Ring Phone No. 35
and I will send for the clothes.
Wallace Harris, Prop.
J AS. ?\ BYRD.
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
Office over Po3t-Offlce,
James A. Dobey,
Johnston, S. C.
Office over Farmers Bank Building
Improved Standard Machines.
Come in and let us demonstrate
to you the merits of the Standard
jentral needle sewing machine. Af
Ler a lady sees and appreciates the
idvantage of this machine she will
ise no other. We are in a position
;o save you money on a sewing ma
;hine. Edgefield Mercantile Co.
: New Photograph j
I Calery |
5 I am now prepared to take phc- E
E tcgraphs of all kinds, ard respect- =
i fully solicit the patronage of the E
|| people. Special attention given to *
j! groups and outdoor work My \
h prices are very reasonable. *
\ Gallery open Tuesday, Wednes- =
= day, Thursday and Saturday from =
E ll till 5 o'clock. E
j D. O'HARA,
I NORRIS BUILDING =
II ! i i m u 11 m 11 ? n i! i ii i m n 11111 ii i ? i ; m J i ? i ii ^
If you are looking for values at a
nodest price you will find our line
?f boy's snits at ?1.75 to ?8.50 a
egular gold mine. Ail wool fabrics
veli tailored, double-breasted coats
nade roomy and stylish and full cut
n grays and browns in seryiceable
hades. Sizes from V to 17 years,
fouth's and men's suits, fancies
nd plain. Prices from ?5 to $25.
Our new stock of fall and winter
uits is growing bigge* and haud
omer every day. Blue, grays and
?rown in the lead. See our line
lefore buying elsewhere.
C. II. Schneider,
Next door to Edgefield Mer. Co.
Made A New Man OffMm.
"I was suffering from pain in my
stomach, head and back," writes H,
T. Alston, Raleigh, N. C., "and my
liver and kidneys did not work right,
but four bottles of Electric Hitters f
made me feel like a new man."
PRICE SO CTS. AT ALL DRUG STORES.
We have never been equip
ped better than we are now
to serve the people. Our large
fall stodk of clothing, Shoes,
Hats, Underwear and Fur
nishings were carefully bought
from the leading manufactur
ers. When you buy a suit
from us you know it is right
in style, quality and price.
We sell the celebrated
Crossett and Selz-Scwab shoes.
Wear a pair and you will
wear no others.
Full line of nobby fall hats
in Stetson and other depend
able brands. Let us supply
you with underwear for Fall
Beautiful line of neckwear.
Buggies and Wagon!
"Come to see us when in Augusta. We buy th(
leading brands of buggies, surries, and Farm wagon*
in car shipments and can make you a close price, W(
call especial attention to the Moyer buggies. There
is nothing better on the market. Try one of them
ween your old buggy needs repairing with a new one.
We also carry a full assortment of buggy and w^go?i
harness, single and double, light and heavy.
Our Edgefield friends are invited to call and see us.i
We shall be pleased to show them through our large
W. R. Munday & Co
723 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
We are distributors for the highest grade feeds on
on the market.
JJflTSUCRENE-both dairy and hoi se
Tennessee horse and mule feed which is ground|
corn oats and alfalfa. Dried beet pulp-5 per cent,
to your dairy feed daily will increase milk suppl]
ERRINGTON BROS. & CO,
P. S. Mr. M. Gary Satcher is with as and will be glad to see his friends
'I am better supplied than ever before
to suit you in wagons, buggies and car
riages. We sell the celebrated Studekak
er wagons and carry a full line of sizes.
We have a large assortment of buggies in
Brookway, Summers, Columbus and oth
ers. Come in and see what we have. Our
harness department is well stocked with sin
gle and double wagon and buggy harness.
Can suit any purse.. Full stock of Furni
ture. We buy in large quantities direct
from manufacturers and can make close
prices. Full assortment of house furnish
ings of all kinds. We carry a full line of
stoves. Buy your wife a new stove and
make her happy. It will surprise you how
cheap we can sell you a good stove.
In this as in all other departments we can supply any rea
sonable demand. We cany a fall line of sixes both is cheap
coffins and higher priced casos. Our hearse respond? to all
calls, either day or night
G. P. COBB,
Johnston, S. C.