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WINNERS AT THE COUNTY FAIR.
List of Those Who Took Premiunia
at Westminster Exhibition.
Following is a list of those whose
exhibits were awarded places in the
Oconoo County Fair! at Westminster
on.Nov. 1st and 2d:
Ear Contest-IP? aliflc Corn-J. P.
Stribling 1st, J. D. Wakeflel'd 2d, j;
M. Davis 3d.
Hickory Cano Com -S. B. King
1st, Clarence Spencer 2d.
Whito Corn-W. H. Lee 1st. Wal
ker Wilson 2d, J. L. Stowart Sd.
Yellow ,Corn-W. T. Tannery 1st,
Irvin Spencer 2d, Samuel Smith 3d.
Singlo Ear Yellow-.Corn-J.O. Mul
key 1st. (Only one exhibit, given red
Best Milling Corn-W. M. Busha
1st, C. F. Hunnicutt 2d.
Popcorn-W. <Leon Jones 1st, Wil
liam Smith 2d, B. D. Dixon 3d.
Wheat -J. C. Carroll 1st, Way
mon Boggs 2d.
Fulghum Oats - Waymon Boggs
Appier Onto-Samuel Smith 1st,
P. T. Marett 2d, J. C. Carroll 3d.
Hay-W. F. Casey 1st.
Field Peas-J. C. Carroll lst.Way
mon Boggs 2d and 3d.
Tablo Peas-E. P. Callaham 1st,
W. T. Norris 2d, A. J. Dyar 3d.
Velvet Beans-'Ervin Spencer 1st.
Best dozen Turnips - A. J. Dyar
1st, Clem Moore 2d, Lester Tannery
I lu bb a m Clover Seed-E. P. Cal
Japan Millet-E. P. Callaham 1st.
Gourds-J. P. Carroll 1st and 2d,
W. M. Lemmons 3d.
Handle Gourds-Mrs. N. T. Whit
aker 1st, W. M. Lemmons 2d. Oscar
Open Cotton Bolls-C. J. Mulkey
1st, J. H. Brown 2d.
Twisted Tobacco-W. R. Jones 1st.
Tobacco in Hand-A. J. Dyar 1st,
M. S. Marcenglll 2d, W. T. Norris 3d.
Cottob Seed-J. C. Carroll 1st.
Half dozon Stalks Corn and Velvet |
Heans-W. Loon Jones 1st, Ervla
Spencer 2d, W. F. Casey 3d.
Syrup Cane-Adgor Bowen 1st, J.
E. Barrett 2d.
Bunch Com in Shuck-J. M. Dun
can 1st, J. C. Carroll 2d, J. H. Wells
Hooch Soy Beans-J. E. Barrett
1st, Anderw Hamey 2d, J. H. Wells
Broom Corn-Oscar Land 1st.
Hunch Velvet Benns-J. H. Wells
Running Velvet Berths-A. F. Mar
Pumpkins-Mrs. W. E. Cheswell
1st, G. C. James 2d, S .N. Hughs 3d.
Celery-Mrs. H. M. Colo 1st.
Lettuce-W. F, Orenshaw 1st.
?cots-W. R. JonoB 1st.
Irish Cobbler Potatoes - M. ?
Stribling 1st, W. N. Bruce 2d.
Lookout Mountain Potatoes-Jos
eph T. Grobusky 1st, A. J. Dyar 2d,
W. H. Lee 3d.
Sweet Potatoes - Porto Rico-D.
N. McGuire 1st, M. S. Stribling 2d,
J. C. Carroll 3d.
Nancy Hall-A. J. Dyar 1st, W. H.
Spanish Potatoes-W. Leon Jones]
Triumph Potatoes-J. A. Knox 1st,
W. E. Cochran 2d.
Cabbage-Andrew Ramey 1st, 2d
and 3d. ? /
Watermelons-Clem Moore 1st, 2d
Tomatoes-J. A. Martin 1st, Catii-1
orino Marett 2d, P. A. Martin^d.
Green Beans-W. D. Martin 1st.
Okra-P. A. Martin 1st.
Cucumbers-IP. A. Mai tin 1st, 2d
and 3d. /
Stalk 'Peppora - Mrs. J. H. Allen
1st, S. P. Jenkins 2d, Mrs. B. V. Mar
Haddlsh-Dr. T G. Hall 1st.
Sage-Mrs. Oscar ?Land 1st.
Onions-Cathorino Marett 1st.
Dried Rutter Heans-Mrs. Laurens]
Sheldon ls!, Mrs. W. R. Jones 2d.
Rough Rice-C. J. Mu ikey 1st.
Senna Leaves-Mrs". Oscar Land
Dried Pumpkin - Mrs. Norton
Salsify-M. S. Stribling 1st.
BREAK A COLD
IN FEW HOURS
"Pape's Cold Compound"
Acts Quick, Costs Little,
Every druggist boro guaran?es
each package of "Papo's ('old Co
pound" to break up any cold and end
grlppo misory in a fow hours or
m?ney returned. Stuffiness, pain,
headache, foverishnoss, inflamed or]
congostod HOBO and bond roliovod
wi til first doso. Thoso safo, pleasant
tablots cost only a fow couts and mil
lions now lake them insioad of slcU
Crimson Clover Seed-Mrs. ErvIn
Spencer 1st. v_.>
Burr Clover-Samuel Smith 1st.
. Carnets-M. S. Strlbling 1st.
Pnrsloy-M. S. Strlbling 1st.
Apples Commercial Display -
Samuel J. Isbell 1st.
Plato of Apples-Sam J. Isbell 1st,
J. N. Watkins 2d, J. C. Carroll 3d.
Best Collection of Fruit - J. N.
Watkins 1st, A. P. Martin 2d.
Pecans-Dr. J. H. Stonecypber 1st,
A. M .Alexander 2d.
Black Walnuts-'Jessie Land lat,
William and Albert Spencer 2d.
Hickory Nuts-Mrs. Lucy Lindsey
1st, P. A. Martin 2d, H. M. Colo 3d>
Peanuts-W. Loon Jones J st, Wil
liam Smith 2d, Mrs. Oscar Land 3d.
Pears-J. E. Edwards 1st, R. L.
Boggs 2d, A. L. Gossetl 3d.
Dried Peaches-Mrs Maude Clove
Dried Apples-Mrs. Maude Clove
land 1st, Mrs. C. P. Whitaker 2d.
Japanese Persimmons-John Gray
Stalk of Cotton-J. W. Lumpkin
:st, B. J. McCarley 2d.
Wool Cotton-J. D. Oliver 1st.
Farm Float-S .L. Brown 1st.
(Special attention is called to this
float. It was in itself a fair, and went
to show that the tarms of Oconeo
county can be made self-sustaining
if our farmers would only raise plen
ty of what Mr. Brown had on his
Pair Draft Horses, in Harness
G. T. Hadwkins lat, A. W .Alexan
Singlo Draft Hornes-A. R. Marett
Singlo Harness Horse-Mrs. Geo.
Meares 1st, J. P. Thrasher 2d.
Singlo Harness Maro--R. L. Pat
Snddlo Horso - Mrs. Goo Mearos
1st, I. W. Moser 2d, J. C. Marett 3d.
Saddle Mare-J. S. Abbott 1st, W.
H. Cobb 2d.
Singlo Harness Mnro-W. A. Gray
1st, lt. L. Lawless 2d.
Homo Raised Colt-R. A. Gibson
Hal tor-Led Maro - Wilton Cobb
1st, R. L. Lawless 2d. W. A. Gray 3d.
Pair Mules, in Harness-Sam L.
Brown 1st, Will Cobb 2d.
Homo liaised Mules-W. F. Casoy
1st, J. A. Bond 2d.
Singlo Home Raised Mule-A. P.
Singlo Harness Mule-W. A. Gray
Malo ColtV-E. E. Vprner 1st.
Mule Colt and Dam-E .E. Vernor
Jersey Bull--F. T. Petty 1st.
Milk Cow-Mrs. T. N. Carter 1st.
Heifer, Ono Year Old-J. P. Strlb
ling 1st, J. R. Dixon 2d, Ray Burdett
Heifer, Under One Year Old-J. P.
Holstein Bull-Wi H. Armstrong
Holstein Cow-J. R. Dixon 1st, W
H. Anaslrong 2d, G. Q. f .njpson 3d
Poland 'China-Junior Boar-J. A
McPhnil 1st, Pitts Bros 2d.
Durne Jersey-Sottior Boar-W
S. Boarder 1st.
Junior Boar-S. H. Orr 1st.
ive been fortunate in
mi nu m Ware at a fract
mem?rate our 9th A
offer this) Choice Sei?
ich includes covered ]
era in s*ets of three.)
Leles cannot be dtiplic
r. <2T Remember the li
ay Morning, N
From 9 A. M
Walhalla, S. C.
Sow, Oto ia Months Old-S. H.
Orr 1st, J. S. Price 2d and 3d.
Litter of Pigs-J. S. Price l^t, S.
H. Orr 2d.
Hampshire Hoar-E. C. Maett 1st.
O. I. C. Sow-J. R. Orr 1st, 2d.
O. I .O. Roar-E. E. Verner 1st, J.
C. Childrens, (colored), 2d.
Fattening Hog-J. S. Price 1st.
Barred Rocks-'Pen, Cockerel and
iPullets-Mrs. B. V. Martin 1st, Mrs.
J. W. Allen 2d, Mrs. A. J. Williams
Singlo Cockerel-Mrs. B. V. Mar
tin 1st, Mrs. H. M. Cole 2d, Mrs. E.
B. Keese 3d.
.Pullet-Mrs. B. V. Martin 1st, Mrs
H. M. Colo 2d, Mrs. E. C/ Sanders 3d
Pen, 1 Cock and 4 Hens-Mrs. E.
B. Keeso 1st.
T. Marett 2d, C. E. Simpson 3d.
Silver Laced Wyniulottcs-Mrs. J.
A. Bond 1st..
Black Lonshnngs, Pen-J. F. Free
liest Cock-J. F. Freeman 1st.
Best Hon-J. F. Freeman 1st, 2d.
.1,. w ' \-:-"
< Your taste <
The sales pi
LIOOETT Se MYER? TOBACCO CO.
p\ircliasRog a shipmer
ion pf its real value, a
ecti?n of Standard /
Eloasters, Boilers, etc.?
lated for less than d<
ovemfoer 17, ll
[. to IO A. M.
DS FOR LESS.??
For tlie People,
By the People,
With the People.
I Huck Minorca. Cock -- Geo. Love
White Orpington - H. M. Stanc??
Pullet-S. B. King lit.
Cockerel-ip. C. Barnett 1st.
Rhodo Island Red, Pen-Mrs. J. S.
.Frice 1st, L. L. Carroll 2d, G. N. Car
Cock-Herbert Dixon 1st.
Hon-G. A. Elrod 1st. '
- Indian Gamo Cock-G.A.Elrod 1st i
White Holland-Mrs. J. L. Shel
Bourbon Red-Mrs. L. B. Marett
Mammoth Bronze-E. E. Vernor
Homo Mndo Furniture.
Library Table-M. S. Carroll 1st.
Baby Chair-Gus Swofford. 1st.
Bath Stool-Gus Swofford 1st.
Local Made' Standard Mattress
Charles F. Parker 1st.
Crib Mattress-Charles F. Parker
Boys' Corn Club.
e suggests it.
n sold yearly
?t of Gen- li
nd to fur? jij
?, we are ?gt
Aluminum . j||
(all large ||
)uble our H
Neal Sunders 1st, J. B. Massey 2d,
Raymond Williams 3d. Guy King 4tli
Frank Cobb 1st, Clarence Petty
2d, Greer Prichard 3d, Russell Gib
Feeding-Prances Cobb 1st,, Lou
iso Prichard 2d.
Breeding Class-Lige Marett 1st
Billie Keese 2d.
Sow, Litter Clnss-Felton McGuire
Best Record Book-Louise Prick
Sowing-Bag-Mattie Aljon 1st
Elisabeth Allen 2d.
Apron-Mattie Cobb 1st, Louise
Teddies-Mattie Cobb 1st, Marga
ret Davis 2d.
Sill)-Margaret Davis 1st, Marj
Darning-Margaret Davis 1st, Ma
ry Foster 2d.
Gown-Rubyo Kelly 1st'.
(Continued on Seventh Page.)
V^?? Convenient package
lfj/gX -glassine-wrapped* M
COTTON GINN?NGS IN EXCESS
Of Last Year by Million and a Half
Bains to First of November.
Washington, Nov. 8.-Cotton gin
ned prior, to Nov. 1 amounted to 8,
130,839 running halos, counting
143,086 rbunu. bales us half bales and
including 13,333 bales of American
Egyptian and 3,077 bales of sea Is
land, so tho census bureau has an
To Nov. 1 last yoar gin nings were
6,646,364 running bales, counting
110,981 round bales as half bales and
and includiri; 11,812 bales of
American Egyptian and 1,816 bales
of sea island. ' .
Ginnings by States to Nov. 1, 1922,
were as follows:
Alabama ,. 709,079*
Arianists .*. 820,081
Louisiana .-\^. 313,592
Missouri ...... . . s 90,270
North Carolina .. .. 677,003
?outh Carolina .. .. 413,481
Textile Men Walk Out.
Rocky Mount, N. C., Nov. 9.-Ap
proximately sixty employees of tho
Rocky Mount Cotton Mills quit work
to-day as a result of two workers be
ing discharged for their activities lu
tho organization hore last night of a
local branch of tho United Textile
Workersiof America, it was announc
ed by tho mill officials to-day.
TAKE AWFUL RISK.
Very Next Dose of Treacherous Drag
May Start Terrible Salivation.
The next dose of calomel you take
may salivate you. It may shook your
liver or start bone necrosis. Calomel
is dangerous. It is mercury^ quick
silver. It crashes into sour bile like
dynamite, cramping and sickening
you. Calomel attacks, the bones and
should never be put into your system.
If you feel bilious, headachy, con
stipated, and all knocked out, Just go
to your druggist and get a bottle of
Dodson's Liver Tone for a few cent?,
which is a harmless vegetable substi
tute for dangerous calomel. Tuke a
spoonful, anti if lt doesn't start your
liver and straighten you up better
and quicker than nasty calomel, and
without making you sick, you Jubt go
hack and get.your money.
Don't fake calomel! It cannot be
trusted any more than a leopard or
a wild-cat. Take Dodson's Liver Tope
which stn lghtens you right up and
makes you feel fine. -Io salts neces
sary. Give lt to *he children because
lt is perfectly harmless and cannot
Big Owls Hoot nt Greenwood.
A dispatch from Gerenwood says:
Five great owls, one measuring a
yard across Its "back, have been cap
tured in the tower of Main Street
Methodist church here, a block from
the heart of the business section of
the city. The owls had been hatched
and had grown to full owlhood above
the noise of trafile on one of the most
congested business streets.
Two boys climbed into the tower
of the church Sunday and found a
numli?r of dead rats and mice. Fur
ther investigation led them to the
owl nest, where the five full-grown
birds were found; Since their cap
ture the big 'blids have gone on a
hunger strike and have attacked
their captors with beaks and claws
every time opportunity has offered.
Iiocal naturalists assert that the owls
are tho well-known barn owls, and
that ono of their favorite breeding
places is in church steeples.
Cold? Cause Grip and Influenza
LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tablets remove th?
cause. There ls only one "Promo Quinine." E. W.
GROVE'S signature on the box. 30c
Celebrates Birthday In Dickens.
iPlckons, Nov. 7. - Mrs. Alonzo
(Foster, who lives in the northeastern
corner of this county, and who is
the mother of three living Confeder
ate veterans, was ninety-soven years
old on the 4th of this month. Her
nevon children, her groat crowd of
grand children and great-grand chll-,
don, a few friends and neighbors, as
sembled nt tho old homestead, each
carrying a heavily laden basket, on
this great day, ind each one enjoyed
hearing the old lady ask for "anothor
slice of ham."
Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic restores
Energy and Vitality by Purifying and
Enriching tho Blood. When you feel its
strengthening, invigorating effect, see how
it brings color to the cheeks and how
it improvos the appetite, you will then1
appreciate its truo tonic value.
Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic ls simply
Iron and Quinine suspended in syrup. So
pleasant even children like it Tho blood
needs QUININE to Purify it and IRON to
Enrich lt. Destroys Malarial germs arni
Grip germs by its Strengthening, Invlgot*
I atlng Effect 60c