Newspaper Page Text
Economizes Butter, Floury
Eggs; makes the food more
appetizing and wholesome
The only Baking Powder made
from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar
I LAURENS COUNTY FAIR PREMIUM LIST
RULES AM) REGULATIONS.
Section 1. The exhibition will bo
open to the public on Thursday, Oc
tober 19, for one day only. The gates
will be opened at 9 o'clock, and will
be closed at 5 P. M.
Sec. 2. Premium lists, entry blanks
and all information will be cheer
fully furnished upon application to
the Secretary at Laurens, S. C.
Sec. 3. Visitors will find on the
grounds everything necessary for
their comfort and convenience. Res
taurants and lunch stands will supply
meals and refreshments at all hours
during the day.
Sec. 4. No admission fee will be
charged to enter fair grounds.
Sec. 5. Designation of olllcers. The
President will wear a red rosette. The
'Vice Presidents members of the Ex
ecutive Commltteo will wear blue
rosettes. The Treasurer will wear a
yellow rosette. The General. Super
intentent will wear a red and blue
rosette. Each suh-odicial will be
designated by his badge.
Sec. G. It is desired that all entries
be made on or before Wednesday, Oc
tober 18. Send entries to "Secretary
L&urens County Fair, Laurens, S. C."
Sec. 7. Entries should be made on
the regular blanks provided for that
purpose, which will be furnished by
the Secretary upon application.
Sec. 8. The exhibition of articles
not enumerated in the regular sched
ule of premiums is invited and they
will bo assigned to the proper depart
'incuts and displayed to visitors.
Sec. 9. Exhibitors of live stock
must report to the Superintendents
in the morning at 9 o'clock for Infor
mation. Stock must be in the show
ring promptly after being called. Any
exhibitor failing to comply with this
rule will bo debarred.
Section 1. Expert judges will be
employed In the Horse, Cattle, Sheep,
Swine and Poultry Departments.
Sec. 2. Judges will apply to the
'Superintendent of the department for
information concerning the articles on
which they are going to pass, and for
all needful conveniences for making
Sec. 3. No appeals are provided for.
Judges will, therefore, see the neces
sity for making their awards, In the
first Instance, with the greatest pos
sible care and Justice.
Sec. 4. Reports of awards must be
signed by each judge in his own hand
writing and handed (o the Secretary.
Reports must be made promptly .to en
able tho Secretary to enter same on
his books in time to render a state
Sec. 5. Tn cas.e a superintendent of
a department is an exhibitor in that
department the judge or judges shall
be appointed by the standing commit
tee on Organization and Work.
Sec. 6. Awards will he designated
by the tying of ribbons as follows:
First premium, a blue ribbon; sec
ond premium, a red ribbon; third pre
mium, a white ribbon.
Duties of Superintendents.
The General, Superlntendtnt (as aid
of the President) will have control of
the grounds and may remove all per
sons violating any of the regulations
of the Fair, or disturbing its good
order ami decorum. Ho shall have
power to order and onforco any change
in any department, and to order a
change of arrangement of exhibits In
While every precaution will bo tak
en for tho safe-keeping of alt arti
cles by an efficient corps of police
and watenmen, the society will in no
case be responsible for any loss or
darnngo that may occur. '
Every anln-al coming on the
grounds does so at owner's risk, and
the owners are charged with the care
of all animals while on the grounds,
and must not permit any to run loose.
"Each animal must bo reasonably tract
table or It will not be permitted to stay
on the grounds. All horses, colts and
cattle must be thoroughly halter
broke, that they ir.&7 be safely man
aged at all times.
FIELD CROP DEPARTMENT.
A. Homer Moore, B. B. Blakely,
Samples of Field Crops. '
Ribbons will be awarded for Uie lat,
'2nd and 3rd best exhibit In each class.
1 BerF\9*! bushel with 12 ears white
rti .?t corn.
2 Best half bushel with 12 ears yel
low dent 'Corn.
J3 Best naif bushol prolific corn with]
I 6 stalks of ranie.
4 Best half bushel With 12 ears pop
5 Best display of varieties of corn,
half bushel each.
6 Best peck of wheat.
7 Best peck of barley.
8 Best peck of rye.
9 Best peck of peanuts.
10 Best peck of clay cowpeas.
11 Be3t peck of iron cowpeas.
12 Beet peck of whipporwlll cowpeas.
13 Best neck unknown cowpeas.
14 Best peck of table cowpeas.
15 Best peck any variety sweet po
16 Best of peck Irish potatoes.
17 Best peck of rutabaga turnips.
18 Best peck of rough leaf turnips.
19 Best peck of beets.
20 Best peck of artichokes.
21 Best peck of chufas.
22 Best peck of soya beans.
23 Best peck of onions.
24 Best bale cowpea hay, not less
than 75 lbs.
25 Best bale alfalfa hay. not less than
26 Best hah- clover hay, not less than
27 Best bale native grass hay, not
less than 75 lbs.
128 Best bale Bermuda grass hay, not
less than 75 ibs.
29 Best bale German millet, not less
than 75 lbs.
30 Best bale sorghum, not less than
31 Best collection of different kinds
32 Best 12 stalks of sorghum.
33 Best 12 stalks sugar cane.
34 Two largest pumpkins.
35 Two largest winter s<piasl*es.
36 Two largest cushaw.
37 Best bale short staple cotton.
38 Best bale long staple cotton..
39 Best 5 stalks upland cotton.
40 Best 5 stalks sea island cotton.
41 Best iO lbs. tobacco.
42 Best display of leaf tobacco.
43 Best display of vegetables.
44 Best display of short staple cot
45 Best display of long staple cot
47 Best display of farm produce from
any one farm.
Department of Mochnnls, Manufac
tures, Agricultural Implements,
Vehicles, Commercial Pro
?17 Exhibits in this department win
he given space In buildings or on the
grounds and shown to the best advan
tage. Uo charge will be made.
HOUSES, MULES AM) ASSES.
W. D. Mason, J. Warren Bolt,
18 Best standard bred stallion.
49 Best standard bred mare.
50 Besl standard bred horse colt.
51 Best standard bred mare colt.
52 Best heavy draft stallion.
53 Best heavy draft mare.
54 Best heavy draft horse COlt.
56 Best heavy draft mare colt.
56 Best light draft stallion.
57 Best light draft mare and colt,
65 per cent and 35 per cent
58 Best light draft horso or maro
colt ender 1 year old.
59 Best light draft horso colt over
one year old.
60 Best light draft maro colt over
one year old.
61 Best pair mules, Laurens County
62 Best pa?r match mules, halter led
63 Best single mule, halter led
64 Best mule colt, 2 years old, halter
65 Best mule colt, 1 year old, halter
66 Best mule col*, under 1 year old,
67 Best mare and mule colt under
1 year old, 65 per cent and 35
per cent respectively.
68 Best jack.
69 Best Jor.nett.
70 Beat Jennelt and colt. 66 per oent
and 35 por cent respectively.
71 Best jack, and get.
72 Display of W. D. Byrd and Son's
jack and get.
78 Display of K. W. Martin's ?talllon
74 Display of It J. Adalr's atalllon
76 Best shelton pony, ridden by boy
77 Best Shetland pony, driven In har
78 Best horsemanship by lady.
79 Best horsemanship by gentleman.
80 Best horsemanship by gentleman
81 Best saddle mare.
,82 Best saddle horse.
83 Best saddle mare or horse.
84 Best pair mare, driven in harness.
85 Best pair geldings driven In har
86 Best pair, one of each sex, driven
87 Best mare driven in harness.
88 Best gelding driven In harness.
89 Best tanden driven in harness.
M. B. McCuen, W. Henry Wharton,
90 Best bull, 3 years old and over.
91 Best bull, 2 to 3 years old.
92 Best bull, 1 to 2 years old.
93 Best bull calf, under 1 year old
and over 2 months.
94 Best cow, J years old and over.
95 Best boiler, 2 to 3 years old.
96 Best heifer, 1 to 2 years old.
97 Best heifer calf, under 1 year old
and over 2 mouths.
98 Best display Ayrshires.
99 Best bull, 3 years old and over.
100 Best bull, 2 to J years old.
101 Best bull, 1 to 2 yeats old.
102 Best bull calf, under 1 year old
and over 2 months.
103 Best COW, 3 years old and over.
104 Best heifer, 2 to 3 years old.
105 Best heifer, 1 to 2 years old.
106 Best heifer calf, under 1 year
and over 2 mouths.
107 Best display of Jerseys.
108 Best grade cow any age.
109 Best grade heifer 2 to :i years old.
110 Best grade heifer 1 to 1! years old.
111 Best grade heifer calf under i
112 Best pure bred cattle any other
SHEEP AM) GOATS.
J. D. Mills, W. P. Brown,
113 Best pen mutton sheep.
I 1 I Host pen wool sheep,
ll'i l?est pen angora goats.
116 Host pen milk goats.
117 Best pen native goats.
O. B. Pitts, D. K. Todd.
11S Best aged boar.
119 Best young boar.
120 Best hoar pig.
121 Best aged sow
122 Best young sow.
123 Best sow pig.
124 Best display of not less than live
12."> Best aged boar.
126 Bes: young boar.
127 Best boar pig.
125 Best aged sow.
129 Best young sow.
130 Best sow pig.
131 liest displa* of not less than five.
132 Best aged boar.
133 Best young boar.
134 Best boar pig.
135 Best aged sow.
136 Best young sow.
137 Best sow pig.
138 Best display of not less than five.
139 Best aged boar, any other breed.
140 Best young boar, any other breed
141 Best boar pig, any other breed.
142 Best aged sow, any other breed.
143 Best young sow, any other breed.
144 Best sow pig, any other breed.
145 Best grade sow.
146 Best grade gilt.
147 Best grade sow pig.
148 Best Utter pigs. ? ?
149 Heaviest Hog.
ICO Best display of any other breed.
M. W. Gray. Geo. M. Davis.
Terms: Pen?To consist of one male
(either cpck or cockerel) and four
females (either hens or pullets). Cock
?A male bird over 1 year old. Cock
erel?A male bird under 1 year old.
Hen?female bird over 1 year old. Pul?
let?A female bird under 1 year old.
151 Plymouth Hock, Barred, pen.
152 Plymouth Kock, While, pen.
153 Plymouth, Bock, Buff, pair.
151 Wyandotte, Silver, Pen.
155 Wyandotte, Golden, pen.
156 Wyandotte, White, pen.
157 Rhode Island Reds. pen.
158 Brahma, Light, pen.
159 Cochin, Buff. pair.
160 Leghorn, White, pen.
161 Minorca, Black, pen.
162 Minorca, White, pen.
163 Orpington, pen.
164 Game, Blk. Breasted Bed, pen.
165 Game. Red Pyle, pen.
Class 6?Pit (.allies.
166 Game, I'it, Reds, pen.
167 Game, Pit. Whites, pen.
168 Game, Pit, Blacks, pen.
169 Game,- Pit, Grays pen.
170 Qamo, Pit, Blues, pen.
171 Qame, Pit, Dominiques, pen.
Class 7?Oriental Games.
172 Indian Game, Cornish, pen.
17:. Indian Game, White, pen.
174 Bantams, Game, pen.
175 Bantams, pair.
i7i'> Turkeys, Bronze, pair.
177 Turkeys, White, pair.
178 Best pair.
179 Dost pair.
Class 11?Ornamental Fowls.
180 Best pair Pea Fowls.
Class 12?Belgian Hares.
1SI Best pair.
182 Best pair.
New line Swinging Damps justar
S. M. & B. 11. Wilkes & Co.
You are Invited
To come to the Laurens County
Fair which will be held
here next week,
And while you are here we
extend you an invitation to make
our store your headquarters.
Drugs, Tobacco, Drinks and Candy
DIAL BLOCK LAURENS, S. C.
DR. CLIFTON JONES
Offlee in Simmons Building
Phone: Office No. 86; Residence 219.
WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS
Have you overworked your norvous nya
'tcm and emmod trouble with your kld
nrys ami bladder? liavo you pains la
tolas, sldo, back anil blnddorT Have you
a flabby appparnni'o of tliu face, und un
der tho oyes? A frequent di>slro to pass
urlno? If so. Williams' Kidney Pills Will
euro you?Druggist, l'rleo 6<k\
WILLIAMS MI C. CO.. Prop*.. Cleveland. Oho
LAURENS DKUG CO.
I_..annum, S. ('.
A Frank Statement to the
People of Laurens
IWANT to get the trade of all the best people in Laurens by
proving that il will pay them to give me their business.
Don't mistake my meaning when 1 say the "host" people.
I have in mind the business, not the social, value of the man
or woman when 1 say _
best;" and while the
rich and well-to-do
are of course included
in my meaning of
"best." the word ex
presses much more
The "best " class
of trade is that larg
est number of i he peo
ple of Laurens who are thrifty; who look ahead; \vh
to get the best value for the price they pay. They are s
A DIFFERENCE IN DIAMONDS
I sell only white Diamonds.
Stones ordered for customers, any
size wanted at lowest market
?'. Solomon. The Reliable Jeweler.
A WIDB SPACE SEPERATES
the best and the other kind, in
Silver Plated Ware; and yet they
look alike. Time will shdIW the
difference In wear; but knowledge,
coining late, is expensive. You can
depend on the Silver Plate bought
\\. Solomon. The Uellnblc .Te-vcler.
expect to remain here; have an interesl in the general progress
of our town; and Imvc an eye to the future in behalf of their
children and their children's children,
The "best*' trade is not all rieh, or even well-to-do, now;
bul ii is fnrsighted;
has a good memory;
and in time will buy
more and more, and
batter and finer
11tings, of t he jeweler
from whom it now
J)uys the best it can
afford-?if the jeweler
deserves their con
tinuing good will.
This "best" trade stays with the jeweler who proves to his
customers thai it is best for thorn to stay with him.
My plan for getting this "best trade is to invariably sell
what is beat for my customer to buy. She docs not always
know what is best to buy ; I do. I propose to put, my knowl
edge entirely at her service, ignoring the temporary advan
tage to Die in selling
her what would (at
present) pay me. best
to sell her. I am not
looking for temporary
gains; I am building
for the future on the
I am after, and will
get, that confidence,
whatever it costs me in present profit on articles that it would
pay me, now, to sell but would not pay my customers to buy.
I top you frankly that I am no philanthropist; I am sim
ply looking out for my interest when I look ri?t for your in
WnEN IS "SOLID GOLD"
When It appears In Q. C, or Ii. W.
C's. make of Rings. "Solid Gold"
Rings are made in 14 K and 10 K
"Solid Cold" Is an clastic term, but
it means only one thing In Q. C. or
H. W. C.'s Rings, sold at
W. Solomon, The Reliable Jeweler.
tercsts; I want your trade twenty years from now as well as
today; So I've got to make it pay you to dciil will) me by
selling to you only such goods as will prove to you tin- ad
vantage in dealing with uu?the really worthy goods, and
none ol her. The 1' just
??WHAT'S IN A NAME?"
Everything, when It comes to
"Boss", "Crescent," "Crown" and
other reliable makes stand for the
absolutely best. And there's a long
step down to the "Just-08-good."
W. Solomon, The Ucliuhlc Jeweler.
as good "kind 1 which
are never just as
good) will have no
place in t its store.
TllC '' best '' class of
trade the rieh, and
I lie fairly comforta
ble, and the thrifty
poor will not .-.lay
Witll Hid jeWcld
sells disappointing goods; and I waul thai "best" trade
The .jewelry business is different from moxl others,
many other lines of trade |ho buyer can hank on her
judgment, more or less in buying clothing, gr.?'ies, house
furnishings, ami what not, liul she does mil luive -the can.
not have any valuable judgment as to the difference, say, in
I wo grades of dia
monds, or two makes
of watch cases, she
most ?.Co |,v )lt.,. I'iiiih
in the jeweler; jusl
as she milSI ;ro by her
faith in the duel or,
or the lawyer, or the
hanker. < !iwseipp'iil
in no other hue of
merchand ise is I hero
for selfishness, (hau
customer must rely
I I.IKE 10 SELL THESE CHAIN'S
for Conscience's sake. Hut my Men':;
Plated Vest Chains ut $5,00 are ex
actly reproducod In some worth
loss stuff which soils for .".<) cent-.'
You must depend upon your Jew
eler in buying Rolled Plate.
W. Solomon, The Itelinblc Jeweler,
greater opportunity for deception,
the jewelry business presents; for
on the jeweler to treat her squarely
?lust in proportion its the customer's ignorm. of values
is greater than when buying other merchandise, the jeweler's
responsibility is greater in selling. Therefore, if the jeweler
would build up an en
during business it
business that would
constantly w i d e n
through the favoring
word of pleased cus
tomers?he must sc.
eure that public con
fidence which is as
much a part of his
capital us it is of a
banker's capital. So I shall strive to deserve the confidence
of the people of Laurens by iuvaribly selling what is best for
the customer to buy; by stating rallies as they truly are, in
exacting knowledge of their worth ; and by an unvarying prac
tice of "tho square deal."
THE BEST WATCHES
Hamilton, Howard. Rookford, Elgin
and Walt ham head the list In watch
excellence. Their price Is Justl
led by their performance They will
give perfect satisfaction through
your life and your son's life. I pin
my faith to them In selling them as
you may in buying them.
W. Solo?o?, Tar Reliable Jeweler.
W. SOLOMON, Reliable Jeweler, Laurens, S. C.