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Cottrell Saddlery Company,
1328 Eait fraiiUm Strett,
''The Harness People"
To aar one at aft- trrtereeted in hern eg* tha eacfctMt eC th* Oottvell
Saddlery Companr cannot fall to plena* The large dlgplay of fine fcer
nam there shown te ssttrartlng universe* atbsntioo, end erowde ere to be
eeen at this booth at all times during: the dar*
That this company's goods are saiiafactoTy is beat evidenced
by tiie enoTfnuua'in crease of their sales.
It't mot lack of -competition, BUT?
Fairly Met Competition and
a, MEYER'S S?ST.
This exhibit is an attraction to all. It comprise* an extensive show?
ing of high-grade buggies, including the famous "Columbus" buggies. The
company is also exhibiting the Firestone-Columbus Automobil* which is
receiving much favorable comment.
This beautiful exhibit of roe** 1
etc.. le a so nice of ptaoaais to every at
fusion of exquisite ornamental plants
ng plant* ernamental shrub*
* te ?he tats Fair. This pro
saruhe mobs* a seoat charm
The Franklin Sugar exhibit le attracting widespread attention. The
verlou* stages In the manufacturing of sugar ere shown, frym the rew stete
to the finished prodrrt. Enormous quantities of samples have been given
away, and the demend is unabated. .
That the booth ef the Cheml Company offers many attatettve
to the motor enthusiast Is demonstrated by the vast crowd* that
this exhibit. Fnm the bits of conversation overheard la the
cannot fall to appreciate that dyed-ln-the-wool automobtllots predo
and the many time, money and labor-saving devices on display at thla 1
seem to possess an irresistible attraction to the onlooker* A most
estlng end comprehensive exhibit of Automobile Accessories la the
of opinion of ell visitors at this bo 7th.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HOlflTOB.
The work at the booth of the Christian Science Monitor Is
throptc enterprise, primarily Its purpose being to place bef>re Oe pi|
the daily newspaper, the Science Monitor, as the greatest exponent of
world of clean fournalism. It is not. however, either religious or
rlen in its character. Collier's Weekly, which is en acknowledged aut
lty on. questions of newspaper* places the Monitor in the from real
American Journalism. The booth at the State Fair provides s eertfor
rest room, to which all are welcome
THE OIW-GERA COMPACT. IMO,
Thla company hea Installed a soda fountain at their beets,
enormous demend for ? _<.
testifies ta the popularity of this new end delightful drink A ??
connection with this exhibit Is e polar beer'and a bleck beer wai
about the building, much to the amusement of the people
Rteherd G weakens A Ce> are the Rithms*
iMLsaw a ret.
ot tnfiiseting part ef this eihiait is the display of new taker
I "o- rort-meklag -H?tpp'r?~ electrica.] errlienree Their ekew
-tiral supplies H extenelv. especially that ef the ?Ever-reedy" ?
TEI.VKT trtC CR RAM.
The booths devoted to Velvet Kind fee Cross* are assiraktedty among
the busiest en the Pair Grwcnda. From morning te etsTbt tJsrT are sermeeded
with Impatient but good-natured crowds o.morlng te he ssrsei with
beiplnge of VeH et Kind Ice Cream. That one dteh tastes nke mere te evt
deet hp the feet that many return again and again, eatt] the hway reran
ef BMoRdsnts le a Is* sot sseieraslmid with order* ta "harry ap aad ate*
aa sseae mere of that smed Tel set BadV*
The exhibit of the w?1l-knowa seedsmen. T. W. Wood A Sea.
many vtelfees. Tbra exhibit wee awarded a anasi mi Sal by the
the State Fear Association Hea or* however, seeea ta casae set..,,
this ana. as their exhibits have already wem awards at the St Us eta,
aad Jesseetewa Expositions and State Pair at Raleigh, la competition,
the Mosten, seedsesen of the reentry. Their exhibit this year to
eine aad tssapi sassatt* embracing garden, farm. veeetsMe
eeeds ta eattauted prefeatea sad pssMif sappttss of every
The meet est R laaplns ta fair etstteta ta attested %r the aa
?i the he stk at a