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Begin to plan your exhibits.for the big
gest and best fair ever held in the county.
It will last for three days, Nov. 5, 6, 7.
The grounds will be enlarged to make
room for the largest carnival that has
ever been brought to Edgefield. A strong
aggregation of good, clean shows.
TALK UP THE FAIR-IT IS YOUR'FAIR
IF YOU LIVE IN EDGEFIELD COUNTY.
It is the purpose of
the managers to make ?
every department bet
ter than the fairs that
have been neld. The
farmers will give
more hearty support
than heretofore and
the agricultural ex
hibits will be more
varied and of even
higher class than in
Let every section
take an interest and
be well represented in
The parades this
year will surpass even
all former years. The
ladies who are plan
ning this the most at
tractive feature of
the fair will leave
nothing undone to
A big brass band of expert performers will
give free concerts throughout each day. Pre
pare your exhibits and urge your neighbors
to do likewise.
November 5, 6, 7.
SAID IN EARNEST.
Honest poultry dealers make
money by f?ir means and fowl.
When the socie'..v ball season
ends that of the moth ball begins.
The man who is anxious to buy
usually gets the worst of the bar
A girl can make a man think
she doesn't know anything, errone
But when a man'B face is brok
en lt never by any chance breaks
The world owes ns all a living
and some go as far as the peniten
tiary to collect it. _s
After a man has landed a poli
tical job he begins to kick be
cause the salary isn't larger.
The young man who professes a
willingness tedie for a girl be
fore marriage may live to wish
that he had.
Your friend will think it is a
shame If you make a lot of money
by following the advice he gave
you, but which he was afraid to
PHILOSOPHY OF THE TATLER
Lots of people act as chief witness
at their own prosecution.
When two fascinating people meet
they usually hate each other.
I Life consists of learning, knowing,
teaching, and then forgetting.
By all means tell people what you
think of them if you don't care what
they think of you.
If women only knew it, sympathy
and cushions nearly always make a
Actors are not the only public char
acters who "make up" when they have
to face the limelight
Think what an amusing time some
people would have if they could see
themselves as others see them.
A man with lots of money to leave
and impecunious heirs need never
feel that no one cares whether he
lives cr dies.
Life is like a moving staircase-one
must always be going forward. It is
a pity, it would be so nice if one
could go back sometimes and pick up
some of the things one dropped be
fore one realized their vaiue.
In "Veiled Mysteries of Egypt," S.
H. Leeder points to the remarkable
faculty of the Egyptians for enriching
their conversation with- proverbs.
Here are some from a long list of ex
amples he gives:
"Man is often an enemy to things of
which he is ill-informed."
"Don't ask any man about his origin;
you can read it in his face."
"If you censure your friend for every
fault he commits there will come a
time when you will have no friend to
Don't strain at a gnat and swallow
a camel. A processional sword swal
lower died the other day from get
ting a fish bone in his throat
"Knowledge without practice is like
a bow without a string."-Veiled Mys
teries of Egypt, by S. H. Leeder.
A stingy heart never swells with
A good experience ?B not a tether to
tie to, but a pointer to progress.
He who borrows trouble is in dan
ger o? borrowing again, and forming
The lure of the heights is sometimes
the strongest when they are seen in
Man ir the very image of his Father
until he toes into sin so far as to
spoil the likeness. ? "~"
You do not have to be an expert
mathematician to add faith, multiply
joy and divide grief.
If we had no trials, we could not
prove ourselves, and therefore we
could not stand for anything.
All sorts of funny claims are made
under the Workmen's Compensation
Act, and after making inquiries of sev
eral of the leading companies who in
sure under the act, the following are
some of the droll claims, viz.:
A clergyman bitten by a dog while
? cock brer'dug coal, a piece wer.'
down her throat.
A manservant stnins his leg
through stamping cn a cat
Round Trip Excursion Fares
From Edgefield, S. C., Via
- Southern Railway.
(Premier Carrier of the South.)
S22.75 Philadelphia, and return ac
count emancipation proclamation
(colored) Sept. (1-30,1913. Tick
eta sold August 30th arid Sept.
final limit ten days after date of
*10.5u Knoxville, Tenn, and re
turn, good in coacher only.
*7.20 Knoxville. Tenn, and return
good iu coaches, p irlor or sleev
ing cars, pullman charges addi
tional. Account national conser
vation exposition, Sept 1-Nov 1,
1913. tickets sold daily Aug. 30
to Nov. 1st good 10 dates from
$6.45 Savannah, Ga. and return, ac
count meeting Mystic Shrine,
Alee Temple, tickets sold Sept.
ll-12th. good until Sept. 15th.
?7.05 Chattanooga, Tenn, and re
turn, account annual encampment
grand army republic, Sept. 15
20th, 1913. Tickets sold from
Sept. 1 Sd 9th, final limit Sept.
27th, but upon - deposit of 50c
and ticket same may be extended
until Oct. 17tb, 1913.
*15.00 Nashville, Tenn, and re
turn, account national Baptist
convention, colored, tickets sold
Sept. 14, 15, 10, 17th with final
limit returning Sept. 26th, 1913.
$45.05 St. Paul or Minneappolis,
?20.35 New Orleans. La. and re
turn account national association
grain dealers, tickets sold Oct.
ll, 12 and 13th, 1913, final limit
. returning Oct. 18th, 1913.
141.95 Tulsa, Oklahoma and return,
account international farm <fc soil
products exposition, tickets sold
Oct. 18-21st, 1913 final limit re
turning Nov. 6, 1913.
Pullman sleeping and dining car
service on through train?, good con
venient through and local schedules
for detailed information, etc., call
upon nearest ticket agent, or write
S. H. Hardwick, PT M ; H. F. Cary,
GI-\A., Washington, D. C.; W. E.
McGee, AG PA, Columbia, S. C.
Magruder Dent, DPA, Augusta,
DIPPY DOPE CASTLE
Notice of Final Discharge.
I To All Whom These Presents May
Whereas, A. D. Timmerman has
made application unto this Court
for Final Discharge as Guardian in
re the Estate of Alma Thniuermait
and Alta Timmerman deceased, on
this the 15th day of August 1913.
The*e Are Therefore, to cite auy
and all kindred, creditors, or parties
interested, to show cause before me
at my office at Edgetield Court
House, South Carolina, on the 22nd
I day of September, 1913 at ll o'clock
a. m., why said order of Discharge
should not be granted.
W. T. Kinaird,
J. P. C., E. C., S. C.
August 15, 1913.
V. A. Hemstreet
Ga. R. R. Bank
655 Broad St.,
Tho trustees of every school dis
trict in Edgefield county are re
quested to meet me in the Edgefield
High School auditorium at eleven
o'clock, Saturday, Sept. 20. We
wish an informal discussion of the
school affairs <>f our County, and
hone that a great deal jnay be ac
complished. State Supt. Swearin
iren wi'] be with us, and it will be a
fine opportunity to bring un any
question. Pshall have other expe
rienced educators who will come to
talk with us and answer questions.
The public is invited to join us, but
I trusta large number of trustees
W. W. Fuller.
Store Your Cotton.
I will store and insure your cot
ton. 1 to IO bale lots 30 cents, 10
orfmore bales 25 cents per bale per
M. A. Taylor,
Adams Warehouse Co.
DIPPY DOPE CASTLE