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ISOTICK OF ELECTION.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Anderson.
Notice 1B hereby given that the
Cunerul Election for United States
Senator and Representatives In Con
gresa will be held at the voting pre
cincts fixed by law in the County of
Anderson on Tuesday. November 3,
1014. s&M day being Tuesday follow
ing the fi'Bt Monday, aa proscribed
by the StAte Constitution.
The q-ialilcatlona for suffrage aro
Residence in State for two years,
in the county one year, in the poll
ing precinct in which the elector of
fers to vote, four months, and tho
payment six months before any elec
tion of any poll tax then due and
payable: Provided, That minister a
in charge of an organised church and
teachers of public schools shall bo
in tit lcd to vote'after six months resi
dence in the State, otherwise quall
i legist ration-Payment of all taxes,
including poll tax, assessed and col
lectable during the previous year.
Tho production of a certificate or tho
receipt of the officer authorized to
collect such taxes shall be conclusive
proof of thc payment thereof.
lie fore the hour fixed for opening
thc polls Managers and Clerke must
tako and subscribo to .tho Constitu
tional oath. Tho Chairman of the
Hoard of Managers can administer
thc oath to tho other M?nagera and
to tho Clerk; a Notary Public must
administer the oath to Chairman.
Tho Managcra elect their Chairman
% Polls et each voting place must bo
opened a? 7 o'clock a. m., and closed
at 4 o'clock p. m., except In the city
of Charleston, where they shall bo
opened at 7 a. m: and closed at 6 p. ta.
The Managers have the power to
fill a vr.v-ancy; and lt none bf tho
Managers attend, the citizens can ap
point, from among, the Qualified vot
era, the Managers, who after being
sworn, can conduct the election.
At tho close of the election, tho
Managers and Clerk must proceed to
open tho ballot boxes and count tho
ballots therein, and continue without
adjournment until the same la com
pleted, and make a statement of tho
result for each office, and sign thu
name. Within three days thereafter,
the Chairman of the Board, or some
one designated by the Board, must
deliver to the Commissioners ot
Election the poll Hat, the boxee con
taining tho ballots and written state
ment of the result of tho election :
Anderson Court House-Andrey.'
Todd. William McClelland, Pave Dren
Anderson Cotton Mill- H. H. Broad
well, lt. D. Suttela, Prank White.
Belton-John Harria, Presa Shirley,
Andy Williams. .
Belton Mills-Charlie Cromer, A.
P. Warnock, Kerk i?arby.
Bethany- J. N. Eva it, C J. ?fwr
ton, N. S. Reeves.
Brogon Mills -Prank Helium, Beaty
Gosaett, Charley White.
CraytonvlUe- D. C. Blackwell, T.
C. Ban is tor, J. O. E. Ashley.
Cedar Grove-Thomas Gregory, L.
B. Johnson, T. B. Cox.
Cedar Wreath-C. C. Foster, W. 8.
Mauldln. J. N. Long.
Centerville-Alvin Eakew, L. E.
Abercrombie, L. A. Glenn,
Concrete-Newton Oats, Frank El
rod. John Belton O'Neal.
Campbell's Store- W. 0. Kay, T. J.
Griffin, W. L. Anderson.
Five 'Forks-^ Will Dalrymple, Tom
Elliot, , P. L. Slater.
IT?ai Ivuck-? C?aii?e ?rouks, T??U E."
rod, P. T. Haynie.
Gi u uk Milla-J. E. TliOl?p???, Cl m.
Johnson, J.' P. Peace.
Grove School House-William; Per
rin. Crayton Watt. Sebastian Cllnk
Holland's Store- J. A. Winter. L. A.
Todd, J. A. Jones.
Honea Path- D. S. Branyon, Allen
Williams, John H. Cox.
Hopewell Springs- T. L. Webb
John H.'Kay, Tom M. Vandlver.
lia- Sam McAdams, a E Levcr
cfte, A: Al McCullough.
Long Branch- N. E. Cromer, W. K.
Maddox. I. T. Holland.
Martin's Store.- E. W. Ashley. Jr..
James Murdock, W. T. Ashley.
Milford- W. P. Bell, John Latham.
J. Ht, Stein.
Mottetsville- W. L. Barnes, P. CL
Brown, J. 'BUL Craft
Mount Tabor -Harrison Moore, Pink
Williams, j: W. Palmer.
Neal's Creek Church- Rev. J. T.
Manar; 'Walter Burris, Jim Erskine.
Old Friendship School House-* W.
Frauk Towns', Alonzo Gaines', J. T.
Orr Mill- J. H. Hancock, Wltl A.
Todd, W. F. Picken*
P?tzer- John Bray, Jim' Martin, W.
Pelter No. 4.- W. M. Caldwell,
Claude Callaham, J. T. Simmons.
Pendletoa-f Edward Tresco?, Sam
Whitten, Brown Wilson.
^Piedm->nt Mills-|Ru?os F
3ter%*?wjS- A. Picken?, John
Elrod. Lee tffrod.
Sandy Springs- D. A. Taylor.
Sharpe Hobaon, Marshall Bl
Smith's MIR -D. 8.
R. Palmer,' BRI Dobbins.
Slabtown- Keith Algood, Zern Bry
son. G. L. Gillespie
Starr- A. & Bowie, Eugene Mc
Q*e. W. R. ChomVlee. (
Taree and Twenty-- W. O. Pepper,
Jjwthes Carpenter, Harrison A. Fea
Tony Creek- Gordon Acker, Charlie
Cheshire, BUI Acker.
Towovtl?e-. R H. McClala, Rafea
?arte. M. v. 8ulttvatt, ??M
Toxaway Mills -John AVmM* ??*
Ray. Oscar Robertair"
Tugaloo Academy?-, A. C." Cromer,
R-JL Brad barr jr. rx R Milford.
Whitefield Church- L E. Knight.
T-.W- King, Thea. B. Ka*
?_ ^luuiMrton- John C. Manning, af.
_ wlliiamatoa Mills- Ralph Consett.
Will Campbell. V. I. Mahaffey.
White. PlaW--*. a LolRs. W. J.
Johnson. J. F. McAHster.
Willirord's Store -J. Y. Busby, John
Wright, D. F. Busby.
The managers at each precinct
named above are requested to dele
gate one of their number to secure
the boxes and blanks for the election.
On and after October 30th, 1914, at
Anderson court hovse the boxes and
bianka will be delivered by W. Q. Wil
liams, court house Janitor.
Victor B. Cheahire,
W. H. Canfield,
Commissioners of Federal Election
for Anderson County, 8. C.
October 12, 1814.
By virtue of the authority vested
in us by the last will of Mrs. Julia P.
Clement, deceased, we, the duly quali
fied executors of aaid decedent, will
sell at public outcry to the highest
bidder on November 2nd, 1914, sales
day, during the usual hours of ea'?*,
in front of Court House at Anderson,
1. All that certain lot of land In
Wllliamston Township, County of An
derson, S. C., containing one-half of an
acre, more or less, and known aa Lot
No. 48 of the Plnckney subdivision, aa
surveyed by W. F. Lee, aurveyor, on
Nov. 5, 1912. This lot wac deeded to
Mrs. Julia P. Clement by A. G. Plnck
ney January 22, 1913.
2. Ten shares of Calhoun Mills
stock, preferred, par value $100 each.
3. All that certain lot of land situ-,
ate in the Town of Wllliamston, An-]
deraon County, S. C., containing one
and three-fourths acres, more or less,
and lying on the East side of the right
of way of the G. S. & A. R. R., and hav
ing such courses and distances as are
set forth in the deed from Julia P.
Clement to Albert and Sarah Miller of
record in the Clerk of Court's office for
Anderson County In Book OOOO, page
736. Thia lot ia sold subject to the
life est?tes ot Albert and Sarah Mil
R. B. Goodgion
W. H. Clinkscales,
Delinquent Read Tax Notice.
All diulenquent road tax collectors
are provided with an official receipt
book With numbes, and stub numbes
attached. ' Pay no money to collector?,
unless yon get th0 official receipt as
above provided or. .
J. MACK KINO,
tf County Supervisor.
BELTON GREATEST IE VE NT IS
NOW ONLY HISTORY
(Continued ? from page six.)
year old.-1st, D. M. Mayfield;
2nd, M. A. McGee, 3rd, J. N.
Best mare colt under three
years old.-W. B. Major; 2nd, J.
H. Cox; 3rd, J. W. Ashley.
. Best, mare colt, under, one year
old.-1st, J. N. Cothran; 2nd, F.
M. Fant; 3rd; G. W. Gaines. ?
Best coach bred colt, under one
year old, box of Franklin cigars,
by Horton's Pharmacy.
Best coach bred colt from one
to two years old, 4-lmpefial
shirts, by Cobb and Parker.-. j
Best standard bred colt under
two years old*-ist." J. H. Cox;
2nd, D. A. .Owen.
Best light draft colt under one
year, 1-10 pound bucket of Snow
Drift Lard, bv Cobb & Parkfer.
ist, F. M. Fant; 2ud, G. -V\f.
Gaines; 3rd, C B. Hawkins. .,
Best light draft colt from one
to two years old, . ene rocking
chair, by F. M. Cox & Co.-isl,
B. T. Fish; 2nd, D. A..Owen?. ,
Best stallion from two io thiree
years old, pr. Bostonian shoes,
by Kay-Malh'son and Co!-1st. J
C. Rush; 2nd, C. C. Johnson;
3rd, ?. E. Gruber. .
Best light draft mare, 2 sacks
Olympia flour, C C. Wilson.-r
?St, B. F. McMurtry; 2nd, J. M.
Smith; 3rd, A. B, Picken* )
Best light dragt, gelding fforti
two or three yeaY; old, lop
pounds "Miss Dixie" self-raising
flour, by Gambrell Sc Kay.-1st
R. V. Chandler.
Best coach bred colt from two
to three years old.-1st, J. G
Af! poay horses and mares be
tween 13 and 14 hands high.
1st, J. W. Bannister; 2nd, H. W.l
Best jack, with or without
colt.-ist, J. C. Pinson. . , "
Best single harness Shetland
pony, MO pound fcuclcet lard, by
F. M. Cox a Co.-1st, Joe King;
2nd, H. L. Hembree; 3rdr$?|S
Best display heavy draft mares
or gelding-1st, L. * A. Martin-,
2nd, C A. Kay.
Best brood mare and colt un
der one year oW.-ist, J. C.
Best brood mare with colt,
st^rtidardbred. pr. men's shoes by
J. W. Cox.-1st. J. *N. Cothran.
. Best mule, halter lead (open
to all,)-1st, T. F. Martin; 2nd.
T. F, Martin; 3rd, F. L. Bannis
Best pair mules, halter lead
(open to a?.), l "pr, men's shoes,
riven by R. J. fi. shoe a*
Kay-Martlsen and Co., ageirts>
2nd, D, V. Chapman.
Best mare or gelding from
three to four years old, halter
lead, t oo-pound Capitela flour by
Gambrell & Kay.-1st, R. V.
Chandler; 2nd, M. A. McGee,
3rd, Miss Carrie Fret well.
Best gelding (open to all) hal-j
ter lead.-1st, F. J. McClove;
2nd, M. B. Dunley; 3rd, J. A.
Best standard bred mare and
colt, any age.-No entries.
Best display of stallions in
ring.-1st, J. A. Cobb; 2nd, J. D.
Best combination mare or geld
ing.-1st, W. A. Hopkins; 2nd,
H. L. Cox; 3rd, L. L. Martin.
Best single harness horse, any|
age.-1st, A. B. Piickens; 2nd.
R. F. McMurtry; 3rd, Y. B. Kelley.
Best double team mules, one]
pair tailor-made pants, (given by
Acrr.ri Tailoring Co.) Cobb &'
Parker, agents.-1st, T. F. Mar
tin: 2nd, J. A. Brock; 3rd, J. M.
Best stallion in harness, stan
dard.-1st, J. A. Cobb; 2nd, J.
Best double harness horses or
mares, S. C. raised.-1st, Smith
Best single buggy horse or|
mare, S. G. raised.-1st, A. B.
Pickens; 2nd. B. F. McMurtry;!
3rd. Y. B. Kelley.
Best single harness stallion I
(non-standard), Pr. Blue Ridge]
overalls, by'W. S. Shirley and j
Best single harness team driv
en by lady.-1st, A. B. Pickens;
2nd, W. A. Watson, 3rd, Mrs.
VvBest single harness .mare or|
gelding (open to all,) one lap
robe, by D. A. Geer.-1st, A. B.
Pickens); 2nd. J. F. McMurtry;
3rd.Y. B. Kelley.
Best single harness mule vopen|
ot all)-1st, J- A. Brock; 2nd.
Luther Kay; 3rd, P. C Parker.
Best saddle mare or gelding.-|
1st, R. A- Brazeale; 2nd, W. A.
Hopkins; 3rd, Sloan Burton.
Best single harness mare j
(open to all.)-1st, B. F. McMur
try; 2nd, S. M. Sn.ith; 3rd, SIo?n|
Best single harness gelding]
(open to all.)-1st, J. B. ?Aartin;|
2nd. W. A- Watson; 3rd, J. F.
Best lady rider, pr. Queen
Ouality shoes, by Belton Mer,
Co*-1st, Miss Carrid Fretweil:
2nd, Miss Allie Todd; 3rd, Jno.
Best farm horse. So Sc cigars,]
by D. L. Donald Drug Store.
Isjj S. O. Martin; 2nd, S. O.
Martin; 3rd. J. T. Shirley.
M.Best mare colt under one year}
old.-ist. J. N. Cothran.
Best single bu??y horse or
mare (open to all), S ba?s of
R-3-3 High Grade Fertilizer, by
Union Guano Co., Winston
Salem, N.' C., Belton Mercantile
Co.. agents.1st, A. B. Pickens:
2nd; J. B. Martin; 3rd, J. A.
Mrs. A. B. Pickens, best dou
ble team mare or horses driven
by ladv, prue $2.
J. W. Wharton, extra prize $2.
J?.M. Cox, Jr., Superintendent.
Best bull over two years old, I
two sacks of meal by Broadway
Cotton Oil Co.-1st, W. A.]
Best billi under two years old,
one sack of meal, by'Broadway
Cotton Oil Co.-1st, W. L.
Chapman; 2nd, D. S. Strickland.
Best cow, i-4 ton cotton seed
hulls, by Broadway Cotton Oil
Co.-1st, Carroll Brown; 2nd,
Best heif?i -uider two years old,
one sack of meal, by Broadway I
Oil Co.-1st, A. V, Woodson;|
2nd, John Campbell.
Best bull under two years old
one; sack of meal, by Broadway
Cotton OH Co.-1st, C. C, Mine
Best cow.-1st, J. L. Boyce.
Best bull over two years old,
one ?ack of meal, by Broadway
Cintton Oil Co.-1st, J. Mack
Best bull under tw years old.
-1st. J. Mack King.
Best cow.-ist,* J. L. Hol
Best bull under two years old. I
-1st, C. M. Campbell.
.J. Mack Kin". Superintendent.;
Best boar.--1st Jno. Erskine.
Best sow.-J. R. Elein; 2nd,|
^ff?gisr? 3rd. J. A. Elgin.
Best boar -1st, R. E; Camp- !
bell; 2nd, N. B. Dunlap.
Best sow.-*- 1st, R. E. Camp
bell; 2nd, J. A. Elgin; 3rd, S. T.
Best Barr.-1st, M. B. Dunlap.
Best boRT^-rlSt, J. M.?Pruitt.
Best sow.-J. W. Cox, Jr.
Best boar.~*-J. M. Cox, Jr.
Best sow.-E. E. Cromer.
Best barr.-J. M. Cox, Jr.
Best boar, two sacks of meal,
by Broadway Cotton Oil Co.
R. E. Campbell.
Best sow and pigs.- 1st, J. M.
Cox, Jr.; 2nd, T. J. Cox.
Best barr.-M. B. Dunlap;
2nd, \V. A. ?unter.
Sheep and Coats.
.J. Mack King, Superintendent..
Best buck.-Olin Sluvend.
Best ewe.-1st J. Harris. -
J. A. Singleton, Superintendent.
Best pen Barred Plymouth
Rocks.- 1st, Dr. J. M. Holcombe.
Best pen Buff Plymouth Rocks.
-1st, W. H., Milford.
Best pen any variety, Plymouth
Rocks, 1 shirt, by W. J. Moore
head.-1st, Jas. A. West.
Best pen any variety, Wyan
dottes.-1st, G. R. Phillips.
Best pen any variety Rhode Is
land Reds. 48 pounds Copyright
flour, by Belton Mercantile Co.
1st, A. N, Campbell; 2nd, R. M.
Best pen Brown Leghorns.
1st. Julius Blake.
Best pen White Leghorns.
W. C. Brown.
Best pen any variety, Leg
horns.-1st, E. V. Campbell.
Best pen any variety, Minor
cas.-1st, E. V. Campbell.
Best pen Black Orpington. 1
gal. Sole-Proof Mahogany floor
finish, by Pittsburg Plate Glass
Co.. H. F. Hanks, agent.-1st,
J. C. Wilson.
Best pen all other varieties Or
pingtons.-1st, C. H. Strickland.
Best pen any variety games.
1st, S. V. Shan; 2nd,.J. L. Sulli
Best pen any variety of ban
tams.-1st. Edwin Blake; 2nd,
Best pen any variety; of ducks.
-1st, Dr. H. H. Harrty 2nd, G.
* Best pen any variety cf geese.
-1st Lewis Mahaffey; 2nd,
Mrs. W. L. Sutherland.
Best pen any variety of tur
keys.-1st, Mrs. G. W. Fant.
Second best pen any variety of
turkeys.-1st, C. L. Cobb.
Best pen any variety of pig
Best pen of capons.-1st, A.
Best pen, any class.-1st. Dr.
J. M. Holcombe.
Best single bird of any class.
1st, R. E. Campbell.
Peta, Prbje of $1.
I Best possum, Silas Brooks, of
Rabbits, N. E. Watkins, of Bel
Squirrels, Wyatt Pruitt, of
Dogs, J. E. Derrick.
Prize of $1 for Best Novelty.
J. D. Armstrong, of Belton.
The following well known ladies
were the committee in charge:
Mrs. G. S. Cuthbert. Mrs. W.
C. Bowen, Mrs. R. A. Lewis, Mrs.
F. M. Cox, Mrs. W. J. Moorhead,
secretary of committee.
Best fruit cake, 1 round trip
R. R. ticket to State fair.-1st,
Mrs. F. M. Cox; 2nd, Mrs. A. Mc
Gee; 3rd,. Mrs. J. H. Holcombe.
Be^ wrf.te cake, 48 pounds
White Satin flour, F. M. Cox &
Co.-ist, Mrs. J. M. Cox.
, .Best pound cake, 48 pounds
Cream Loaf flour. H. Fr Hanks.
-Mrs. Guy Morris.
Best layer cake, 1 dozen Tur
kish bath" towels, Blairs Mills.
1st, Mrs. ri M. Cox; 2hd, Mrs.
M, A. M GeefV3rd, Mr. . P. G.
Best 'decorated cake. 1 dozen
Turkish bath towels Blair MUK
ISL M?.R M,.Cox: 2nd, Mrs. R.
A. Lwls; *rd, Mrs. R. G.
Best angel cake. 20 pounds
stifrar. Hand & Willingham.
1st. M nt* Alice Ttohinson ; 2nd.
Mrs. Sr**rt,L*t; 3rd, Mrs. J; F.
Best devil ca?ce.-1st. Mrs/
Leta Cnbh;<gHH|' Mrs. T. C.
Powe ?: 3/d, Mrs. 13r. Parker. ;
Best dozen tea 1?akes.-r-lst.
Mrs. R. A. Lewis; 2nd, Mrs. Pearl
Lee; 3rd, Mrs. Jane Oft.
Best dozen plain biscuits.
Eugene Parker; 3rd,
1st, Mrs. Leta Cobb; 2nd. Mrs. F.
M. Cox; 3rd, Mrs. H. F. Norris.
Best dozen beaten biscuit*
1st, Mrs. M. A. McGee; 2nd.
Mrs. Eugene Parker; 3rd, Mrs. H.
Best loaf bread, milk yeast.
. 2nd, Mrs. W.
K. Stringer; 3rd, Mrs. 1. Thomp
Best loaf bread, yeast, cake.
ist. Mrs. R. A. Lewis.
Be:>t dozen rolls, yeast cake.
1st, Mr. R. A. Lewis.
Rest potato chips.-1st, Mrs.
Willard Horton; 2nd, Mrs. Jno.
A. Horton; 3rd, Mrs. Leta Cobb.
Best cheese straws.-Mrs. Leta
Best rosettes.-Miss Margaret
Mrs. D. A. Geer, Superintendent.
Best collection jellies, 1 dozer
ice tea tumblers, Hodges 5, tc
and 25c Store.-1st, Mrs. WU
Cobb; 2nd, Mrs. F. Sutherland
3rd, Mrs. A. C. Latimer.
Best single glas jelly (apple)
-1st, Mrs. W. J. Moorhead; 2nd
Mrs. W. C. Brown; 3rd, Mrs. W
M.. A., McGee.
Best single glass jelly (quince]
-1st, Mrs. F. Lutherland; 2nd
Mrs. W. C. Brown; 3rd, Mrs. M
Best single glass jelly (musca
dine.)-1st, Mrs. J. A. Singletori
2nd, Mrs. J. A. Robinson; 3rd
Mrs. W. D. Cox.
Best single glass jelly (black
berry.)-Mrs. C. H. Gassaway
2nd, Mrs. W. C. Brown; 3rd, Mr?
M. A. McGee.
. .Beat collection preserves, alon
mum roaring pan, W. J. Mool
head.-I-t, Mrs. H.. M. Geei
. .Beat, single, jar. preserve
(peach).T-tst, Mrs. F. Suthe
land; Mrs. Iva Brown; 3rd, Mi;
Best single jar preservi
-1st, Mrs. J. O. King.
Best single jar preserves (fig
- 1st, Mrs. H. H. Watkins; 2n
M?. F. Sutherland; 3rd, Mrs. (
Best single jar preserves (wa
termelon.)-1st, Mrs. F. Luthe
land; 2nd, Mrs, W. C. Bowe
3rd, Mrs. Roscoe Simpson.
Best single jar preserv
(quince.)-1st, Mrs. F. M. Co
2nd, Mrs. W. C. Brown; 3rd, Mi
Sanco and CaUop.
Best collection sauce and c;
sup, 1 pr. shoes, Cobb fit Parki
--Mrs. F. Sutherland; 2nd, M
C. H. Gassaway.
. - Canned Goods.
Best collection canned goo
(one jar of each kind) 1 pr. she
Kay-Mattison & Co.-1st, M
M. A. McGee; 2nd, Mrs. C.
Gassaway; 3rd, Mrs. W. J. Est
Best collection canned vege
bles, (one iar of each kind).
pr. ladies' shoes, M. T. McCu
-Mrs. M. A. McGee.
Best collection pickles, 1 ru
W. S. Shirley fit Co.-1st, N
J. Al Robinson; 2nd, Mrs. C.
Gassaway; 3rd, Mrs. M. A. I
Best'collection pickles, i
1 bfoom, W. S. Shirley & Co
1st, Mrs. J. O. Kay; Mrs. M.
Best single jar pickles (pea<
-1st, Mrs. Emma Kay ?2nd. h
Roscoe Simpson; 3rd, Mrs. W
Best single jar pickles (wa
melon).-Mrs. F. Sutherland
Best colton quilt msde In Isl!
1014-1st, Miss Eunice Youns;:
owd. Mrs. Mamie Taylor; third.
Basan Borrie. .
Best knitted or crocheted roun
pane- 1st. Mrs. II. M. Geer; 2nd. 1
Lena C. Gambreii; 3rd. Mrs. W.
Best knitted or crocheted sha'
lat, Mrs. J. B. Bonner; 2nd. Mrs. j
KTnllinax; ?rd. Mrs. J. 8. Mullina:
Best kaltted or crocheted Afghi
Int. Mrs. W. L. Gason.
Beat knitted or crocheted allppe
Best crocheted mata-1st, Mr?. J
Beat, crocheted baby BOX-1st.
H. M. Geer; 2nd, Mrs. A. A. Rr Isl
Best crocheted collar-1st. Mn
H. Watkln?. 2nd. Mrs. G. W. Gamb
trd, Mra. J. J. Glenn.
B?K eroe?i?Wt*" table mnner
Frs. Ri W, f?\e\6n 2nd. Mrs. w
Pendy; 3rd. Mrs. J. J. Glenn.
Best knitted or crocheted baby
-1st, Mrs. R. C Burris?: 2nd.
T. P.-Poore; ard. Mis. L. 'H. WU?
Best specimen crocheted bice,
less than 1 yard-Mat, Mra. ?ra
Best braided center piece-1st,
J. J. Glenn.
Bead bellectloa crocheted arde
1st, Mrs. W. C. Williams; tad.
Matt Jenkins; 3rd. Mrs. M. L. Latl
liest specimen tatting-1st, Miss
Webb; 2nd Mrs. H. N. llurriHs; 3rd.
Best specimen tatting medallions
1st. MISB Elizabeth Harris; Miss Lucia
Carlisle; 3rd. Mr?. H. N. Hurrlss.
Dest collar made of tatting-1st.
Mrs. J. H. Harri?; 3rd. Mrs. J. H.
Wakefield; 3rd. Mrs. O. W. Garubrcll.
Best specimen of embroidery, box
candy. Krlerson's Pharmacy-1st, An
nie May Murdock; 2ml, Marion Hul
yer; 3rd, Mildred Kunt.
Best fancy bag-1st, Junie Mayola;
2nd. Helen Gassowuy; 3rd, Elizabeth
Best collection fancy articles-lst.
.Daisy Holcombe; 2nd, Margaret Clink
Best center piece, 1 soda ticket,
Krlerson's pharmacy- 1st, Huth Par
ker; 2nd, Elizabeth Woihcrn.
Best embroidered towuls-1st, Daisy
Best plain dress-lut, Gladys War
nook; 2nd, Anna Dean West; 3rd, Lil
Best specimen sewing hy hand-1st,
Best specfmen crocliot-ist, Helen
Gassoway; 2nd, Margaret Cllnkscales;
3rd, Anna Dean Wost.
Best specimen tatting- 1st, Alice
Harris; 2nd, Helen Gassaway; 3rd.
Best specimen hemstitching-1st,
Huth Geer; 2nd Helen GusBuway; 3rd,
Best layer caUo-1st, Lucille Greco;
2nd, Florida Grubei.
Best plain cake-1st, Janie Haynle;
Best dozen plain biscuits-1st, Ed
ith Kelly; 2nd, Lucille' Green; 3rd,
Best tea cakes-1st, Janie Haynte;
2nd, Ruth Cox ; 3rd, Annie May Thom
Best collection preserves, 1 kodak,
Frierson's Pharmacy-1st, Jan1" Hay
nte; 2nd. Martha Cox; 3rd, Annie
Best Jar preserves (any kind)-lat,
JolBey Holcombe; 2nd, Marie Kay; 3rd,
Best jar pickles (any -kind) -lat,
Lillian Beak; 2nd, Helen Gaasaway;
3rd. Marcus Willingham.
Best specimen of candy (any kind)
-lat. Edith Kelley; 2nd, Kancy Blake,
3rd, Cowan Robinson.
Best colectlon of pot plants, 1 rug,
F. M. Cox & Co.-lat, Mrs. W. D. Cox;
2nd, Mrs. Effie Willingham; 3rd, Mrs.
Best collection cut flowers, 1 hom
City Market-1st, Mrs. W. M. McGee;
2nd, Mrs. JesBle Lewin.
Bost single plant, any variety, 1 Jar
diniere, Hanks Bros.-lat, Mrs. W. C.
Brown; 2nd Mrs. J. A. Horton.
Best vase chrysanthemums-1st
Mrs. Zuella Wright; 2nd Mra. W. A
Kay; 3rd, Mrs. J. P. Dugan.
Best vase dahlias, several varieties
-i iii, Mrs. 3. A. Robinson; 2nd, Mrs
M. F. Kelly.
Bost vase dahlias, one varie'.y-1st
Mrs. J. A. Robinson ; 2nd, Mrs. F. Bur
Best vase nasturtiums-lat, Mrs. W
Best collection ro?ea, i assortmon
flower bulbs, Frierson's Pharmacy
lat, Mrs. H. J. Gambrell; 2nd,. Mrs
W. K. Stringer; 3rd, Mrs. J. D. Rosa
Best single rose-1st, Mrs. W. K
Art Be purl ment.
Best oil painting-lat, Mra. J. D
Hast; 2nd, Mrs. H. J. Gambrel.; 3rd
Mra. J. D. Rast.
Best water color-1st. Miss Fanni
Harper; 2nd, Mrs. Jennie Emerson.
Best specimen stenciling-1st, Mri
J. D. Rast. \
Best specimen hand painted chini
-lat, Mrs. J. D. Rast; 2nd, Mrs. Ab
hie Stokes; 3rd, Miss Miriam Lee.
Best 1-2 eros, place cards- 1st, Mri
J. D. Bast.
Cheese Drops-1st, Edith Kelly.
Fancy Work-lat, Essie Hembree.
Drawing-1st-Floride Smith; 2nt
Bergin Smith; 3rd, Charlie Smith.
Sofa pillow-lat, Annie Bristow
2nd. Elisabeth Wclborn; 3rd, lae
Dried trait-1st, Sadie Bell Wilson.
Butter-lat, I nea Campbell.
Collection of pickles-1st, Anni
Canned fruit-lat, Lucile Green.
Collection of jelly-1st Annie Ma
Collection Canned fruit-lat, Marth
Artificial flowers-lat, Mrs. G. C. Di
via; 2nd, Mra. M. L. McCullough.
Palm-1st, Mrs. A. C. Latlmer; 3D
Mr. L. A. Welts.
Lemon-1st, Mr. A. Werta.
Princess Feather-1st, Miss Theira
Burgess i 2nd, Miss Jane Opt.
Beat collection of home made cand
-lat, Mrs. J. C. Garrett; 2nd, Mrs. 1
Best quart home made vinegar-1?
Mrs. A. C. Intimer; 2nd, Miss Carr
Best collection of wines. 1 catt Whi
Rose coffee Hand & Willingham-lt
Mrs. A. Q. Latlmer ; 2nd. Mrs. Weah
Wei born; 3rd, Mra Oscar Kay.
' Best quart grape Juice-?Ist. Mil
Mell Bean ; 2nd, Miae Carrie Pinaoi
3rd; Mrs. C. H. Ga ssc way.
Best 1-2 gallon dried apples-li
J. B. Watkins; 2nd. E. E. Grnber; 3r
Mrs. 8. J. Parnell.
Beat pound l utter-1st. W. Ande
sba; tea. R. W. Shirley; 3rd Mar
Ham ?*rd and Bacon.
Best homo cared ham. 48 poui
Cream Loaf- floor, H. F. Hanks-li
M. A. McGee: 2nd. Mrs. I. P. Clla
scales; 3rd, Mrs. R. A. Lewis.
Best home cured bacon. 1 umbri
la. W. J. Moo re h ead-1st, J. W. W
'.Ingnatn; 2nd. J. M. Mitchell. 3i
Mra. R. A Lewis.
Best Jar lard in glass, not less th;
five poonda. 1 can coffee. Belton M?
cant ile Co-1st, W. G. Fogg; 2nd, Mi
Wesley Wclborn; SrdVE. R. Pa/kef.
Best canned tpmato- 1st. Mra. '
Best brandied peaches-1st, Mi
Clyde Green. '
Best comb, hooey, quality and ma
nor of putting np to be considered
1st, Mrs. W.* E. Ellison ; 2nd, B.
Flae Baw lag.
flast piala shirt waist-lat, Mrs. '
J. Morehead; 2nd, Miss Fannlo Guy
ton; 3rd, Mra. .Taco Opt.
Best house dress-lat, Mra..,W. A.
nest kitchen apron,-Mfsjl K.
Poore; 2nd. Mrs. W.W^Buttonf'Sd,
Mrs. A. \V. Goggs. v
I ir wt nutt underwear-lat, Misa An
Best pair towels-1st Miss Guyton.
Heat centor piece-1st. Misa Claire
Kay; 2nd. Miss Lou Latimor; 3rd.
Miss Fannie Guyton.
I Jest handkerchief-lat, Mra. Jno.
Horton; 2nd, Miss Nannette Camp
bell; 3rd. Miss Maggie Smith. . '
liest laides* apron-lat, Mrs. Jno,
Horton; 2nd. Miss Nannette Campbell;
3rd. Mrs. W. C. Bull.
[test shirt waist (made), 1 pair gold
eu Vf links. Hanks Uro?.- 1st,Mina
Kathrine Stewart; 2nd, Mra. F. M.
Cox; 3rd, MI SB C. Mean.
Hest underskirt-1st, Mrs. Jno. Hor
ton ; 2nd. Mrs. Hay Whitlock; 3rd,
Mrs. L. M. Heard.
Hest baby skirt-1st". Mra. W. *B.
Lee; ;2nd. Mrs.Jn?. Horton; 3rd. Mrs.
Hest baby cap-1st. Mrs. Jno. Hor
ten; ?"d. Mrs. Jno. Horton; 3rd, Mra.
Host corset over-1st, Mrs. W. C.
Hlack; 2nd. Miss Jeanette Dalton; 3rd
Mrs. C. M. To)Huon.
Best scarf - 1st. Mrs. Austin Camp
bell; 2nd. Mrs. John Horton; 3rd, Mrs.
Best pair srlcts-1st. Misa Leda
Ponjre; 2nd. Miss Nanette Campbell.
Mest Infant's outfit, 1-2 donen cabin
et size photos, Taylor's Studio-1st,
Miss Kathleen Stewart; 2nd, Mrs. H.
Best suit underwear, 1 box candy.
Horton';? pharmacy-1st, Mra. Jno.
Horton; 2nd, M.-o. L. M. Heard.
Best and largest collection in this
department by one exhibitor, German
silver mesh bag. Hanks Broa.-lit.
Miss Fannie Harper; 2nd Mrs. W. C.
Best piece novelty embroidery-1st,
Mrs. Charley Brown; 2nd, Mrs. H. A.
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