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"You will never be a winner by luck. You have sim
ply got to build yourself up. Building takes time so don't
hurry too much."
THE BAN K3^ LAU RENS
LAURENS, S.C. ,
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
71 acres of land just, north of business centre of (Ml) of (.au
reus, viithin corporate limits, short distance from (!||) School prop
erl). One tenant house and stable. 25 acres in cultivation, bal
ance splendid original forest exceptional!) line laud susceptible
of development into residence lots. Price very reasonable. ('. 1).
Ilarksdale, as Pvccutor.
.'Ct acres of laud adjoining that described in above ad., bat nearer
to City School proper I) and business portion of (it).. Same char
acter of land l.~> acres in cultivation, most of balame line original
forest? (hie .'l-room tenant house, carriage house ami barn. Well
of Hue water. Tills is (lie lines) propcrtv in the CH) limits. Price
such as to make it, as well as the proper!) described in above ad.,
the best investment on the market.
Vlso resilience lot KM) feet front on Church street between I he
residence of V. ('. Ilcllams ami P.. lMnkclcv. This lot cannot be
duplicated auv where in town at the price.
People who wish bargains in real estate or to invest for profits
will do well to confer with lite promptly.
C. D. Barksdale
LAURENS, S. C.
Have your Clothes Cleaned and Pressed by
men who know how. Y/m'll find them here at
E. V. FERGUSON
Over ft) Terry's Store Laurens, South Carolina
PREMIUMS AND PRIZE LIST OF THE
LAURENS COUNTY FAIR, OCT. 17TH.
About Four Hundred Dollars in Prizes Have Been Of
fered for Entries of Every Kind. Rules and Regu
lations Given With Other (Needed Information.
After giving almost their entire
time to arranging the program and
premium list of the county fair. Messrs
llyrd, Watts ami Power yesterday were
aide to hand It over in a completed
Kttlto yesterday. The following are
the ofllcora, rules, cutties and prizes:
01 Kit Kits.
W. I). My id.
President Pro Tern,
II. K. AUton.
E. w. Martin W. C. Wthnrton,
K. (!. Harris. J. II. Miller.
w. it. Cheek, Goo. A. Copolnnd,
Eugene 10. Simpson, Jno. M. Copclund,
w. i). Glonn.
Sccretar) ami 'IVcasuror,
c. a. Power.
. General Superintendent,
.1. I). W. Watts.
Manager Corn Club,
G, I,. Pitts.
All of the above Officers constitute
the Executive 'Committee.
Section I. The exhibition will he
open to the public on Friday, October
IT, for one (lay only. The gates will
be opened at 9 o'clock, and will be
eios.ed at r? p. in,
Sec. 2. Premium lists, entry blanks
and all information will bo cheer
fully furnished upon application to
the Secretary at Laurens. S. C.
Sec. Visitors will And on the
grounds, everything nooessary for
their comfort and convenience. Res
taurants and lunch stands will supply
meals and refreshments at all hours
during the day.
Sec. I. No admission fee will be
charged to enter fair grounds.
See. .">. All ollleors w ill he designated
by appropriate badges.
Sec. 6. It is desired that all entries
be made on or before Thursday. Oc
tober it. Send entries to "Secretory
Laurens County Fair, I.aureus, S. C."
Sec. T. Entries should he made on
the regular blanks provided for that
purpose, which will be furnished by
the Secretary upon application.
Sec. s. The exhibition of articles
not enumerated in the regular sched
ule of premiums is invited and they
will be assigned to the proper depart
ments and displayed to visitors.
Sc?-. 0. Exhibitors of live stock
must report to the Superintendents
in the morning at ? o'clock for Infor
mation. Stock must he in the show
ring promptly after being called. Any
exhibitor failing to comply with this
rule will be debarred.
Section I. Expert judges will be
employed in the Horse, Cattle, Sheep,
Swine and Poultry Departments.
Sec. ?_*. Judges will apply to th i
Superintendent of the department for
Information concerning the articles on
which tiny are going to pass, and for
all needful conveniences for making
Sec. 3. No appeals are provded for.
.Indues will therefore see the neces
sity for making their awards, in the
first instance, with the greatest pos
sible care and justice.
Sec. i. Reports of awards must be
signed by each judge in bis own hand
writing'and handed to the Secretary.
Reports must he made promptly to en
able the Secretory to enter same on
his hooks in itm.i to re/n'.ct' a ^t. e
Sec. :>. in case a superintendent of
a department is an exhibitor in that
department the judge or judges Bhnll
ho appointed by the standing commit
tee on Organization and Worn.
Sec*, i'.. Awards will be 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 Gonoral Superintendent (as aid
of (ho President) will hove control ot
the grounds and may remove all per
sons violating any of the regulations
of the Fair, or disturbing its good
order and decorum. lie shall have
pow er to order and enforce any change
in any deportment, and to order a
change oi* arrangement of exhibits in
While every precaution will be tak
en for the safe-keeping of all arti
cles by an ellieient corps of police
ami watchmen, the society will in no
case he responsible for any loss or
damage that may occur.
Every animal coming on the
grounds doos so at owner's risk, and
the owners are ( barged with the care
of all animals while on the grounds
and must not permit any to run loose.
Each animal must be reasonably tract
able or it will not hi1 permitted to stay
on the grounds. All horses, colts and
cattle must he thoroughly halter
broke, that they may he safely man
aged at all times.
PRI.MIDIS NM? PRI/ls.
FIELD ( hop DF.PAltTMENT.
Samples of Field Crops.
B. 13, niakoley, A. Homer Moore.
1 liest peck with i2 ears white Dent
1 picture, fl.OU. by R. W. Willis.
2 Rest peck with 12 ears yellow Dent
I picture. $1 no. },v S. M. & E. H.
M'ilkes & Co.
3 Rest peek prolific corn with 6
stalks of same.
1 sack V. C. Chem. Co. guano, |2.50,
through A. Huff.
I Rest peck with 12 ears pop-corn.
1 sack Royster gltono, $2.60, through
Owings, & Roito.
I Ret display of varieties of corn,
20 lbs. Snowdrift Lard, $2.50, by.
i)ixi<> Flour and Grain Co. and 1
year subscription to Southern
liest peck ol' peas.
I sack Planter's grain grower, imp.,
$2..".<), through W. ('. Wharton.
'liest peek of barley,
i year subscription to Progressive
Boat peek of rye. i
1 year subscription to Southern
liest peek of peanuts.
I sack Ktiwan guano, $2.">?>, through
Owings & OwlngB.
in liest peek of clay cow pea 53
11 liest peck of iron cowpeas.
I Back guano. $2.:>t>.
12 liest peck of whipporwill eowpeas.
1 sack guano, $2.50.
13 liest peek unknown eowpeas.
I sack guano. $2.50.
1 I Host peek of table eowpeas.
1 sack Coo, Mortimer Co. guano.
$2.50, Dr. W. C. irbjt.
15 liest peek any variety sweet po
2 sacks Roystor guano, $.">.<)(),
through Owings & Hobo.
10 liest peck of Irish potatoes.
1 sack V. C. ('Item. Co.. $2.50, A. Huff.
17 liest peck of rutabaga turnips.
1 sack Planters grain grower guano.
$2.50, through \V. C. Wharton.
IS liest peek of rough leaf turnips.
1 sack Ktiwan guano, $2..r>0, through
Owings & Owings.
in liest peck of beets,
i sack 'Coe, Mortimer Co. guano,
$2.50; Dr. W. C. Irhy.
20 liest peck of artichokes.
21i Best peck of ehufa8.
12 liest peck of soya beans.
2'.', liest peck of onions.
I sack V. C. Client. Co. guano, $2.."in,
24 fliest bale cowpoa hay, not less
than 7."> lbs.
I dozen Hay Ventilators, $:'..oo.
Brooks Hardware Co.
2."? liest bale alfalfa hay, not less than
1 sack Planters grain grower guano.
$2.50, W. C. Wharton.
26 Best bale clover hay, not less than
1 Back Ktiwan guano. $2..">(), Owings
27 Best bale native grass hay, not
less than 7."i lbs.
25 Best bale Bermuda grass'hay. not
less than 7."> IDs.
29 liest bale Gorman millet, not less
than 7."> lbs.
30 Hest bale sorghum, not less than
:'. 1 Bost collection of different kinds
1 sack Coo, Mortimer Co. guano.
$2.50, through Dr. W. C. Irhy.
32 Best 12 stalks of SOI'ghUin.
1 sack Roystor Guano, $2.50, Ow
ings & Bobo.
32Best display for Kaurons county
I 5-tootll cultivator. $5.00, Kaurens
Hardware Co. /
33 Two largest pumpkins,
l sack v. c. Chem. Cor guano, $2.50,
:'. l Two largest winter squashes.
35 Two targets cusliaw.
30 Best hale short staple COttOU.
$2.50 cash, by R. O. Franks.
2.7 liest bale long staple Cotton.
2.S Best stalk upland cotton.
I bushel Spring drove improved cot
ton seed, $1.50, S. A. Brown.
Best 10 lbs. tobacco.
10 Best display of loaf t()hacco.
1 sack Ktiwan guano. $2.50, through
Owings & Owings.
u Best display of vegetables (raw
and canned i.
1 lamp, $2.50, Leverette Furniture
12 Best peck short staple cotton seed.
I bushel Spring Grove Improved cot
ton seed. $1.50, S. A. Brown.
13 Best peck long staple cotton seed,
i sack Coe, Mortimer Co. guano,
$2.50, through Dr. W. C. lrby.
Extra?6 stalks of best cotton pro
duced by S. D, Martin guano in
1st. 7 sacks S-:',-:; guano: 2nd, 3
sacks 8-3-3 guano.
I I Best display of farm produce from
any one farm.
1 pair Crossett Shoes, $0.00. by
Watts Mill store and 1 year sub
scription to Southern Cultivator.
Department of Mechanics, Manufac
tures, Agricultural Implements!
Vehicles, Commercial Pro?
duds und Auto?
15 Exhibits In this department will
be given space in buildings or on the
grounds and shown to the besf advan
tage. No charge will be made.
Extra-?Best equipped and best handled
automobile. 40 per cent and 60
per cent respectively.
1 pair auto gloves. $3.00, Davis. Rop
HOKSF.S. MULES AM) ANSI S.
W. R. McCuen, R. B. Childress. ,
16 Best standard bred stallion.
17 Best standard bred mare.
IS Best standard bred horse colt.
1 riding bridle. $1.50, ,T. A. Franks.
49 Best standard bred mare colt.
1 leather halter. $1.60, J, A. Franks.
60 Best heavy draft stallion.
:>1 Best heavy draft mare.
.",2 Best heavy draft horse colt.
1 halter. $1.60, Brooks Hardware Co.
53 Best heavy draft marc colt.
1 bridle. $1.60, R. C. Cray & Co.
54 Be.t light draft stallion.
Extra?W, P. Children & Son's display
of Yoliman and get.
1st. $5.00; 2nd. $3.00,
(.Continued on Page Three.)
ANNIVERSARY AND HOLIDAY
The "Little Jewelry Store" where the crowd goes, where
you get a hundred cents value for a dollar. The place
where your patronage for a ten cent repair job is appre
ciated as much as if you purchased hundreds of dollars
worth of goods. My expenses are small and Y< >l' reap
the benefit in the value of the goods purchased.
Reliable Jeweler Graduate Optition
If You Eat You Need Digestit
The New Relief for Indigestion
It has been stated that more than
eighty million people in the United
States are victims of some form of
indigestion. The American peoplo do
not tako time enough to eat. Theyfe
sult 1b stomach distress, gas, be Icking,
indigestion and dyspepsia.
Digestit is the new relief?it has
been found a certain, quick and per
manent remedy. Thousands of people
have found relief from Its use. Their
own statements on filo in our office
are proof. You can try it for yourself
without any risk?if it falls to give
you ubsoluto satisfaction your money
will bo returned. Brown's Digestit Is a
little tablet easy to swallow and abso
lutely harmless. It relieves Indigestion
almost Instantly, stops, food fermenta
tion, prevents distress after eating and
cures dyspepsia. You need it even
though you are not sick?It aids diges
tion and gives you all the nourishment.
Laurens Drug Ce.. Laurens, 8. C.
Don't Pay More
than necessary for a Delivery Wagon.
Special introductory price to one
tirm in each town
Write quick for Price List A with
large cuts. Secure this bargain.
Tell us what you want. We can make n
waKon suitable for your business and ?ave
you $20 or more.
Cheap timber, cheap, labor, low
freisthts enables u? to -.'asily do this.
JUiK factory, beat facilities. Act quick
or you may be too late.
The Rock Hill Buggy Co.,
KOCK HILL. S. C.
b7 Peaslee-Gaulbert Co..n
The Sanitary, Durable,
Flat Oil Finish
This modern wall finish
is rapidly suporcodiinr wall
paper, ltalsomino and load*
an (I-oil paints. Recom
mended by loading: archi
tects all ovor America; for
private houses and public
buildiiiKS. The plain di
rections on oach can make
.t easy to apply with por
"Modern Method ol
our handsomo book, ffivee
color schemoB and practi
cal suf?KOStions. FREE on
request. Ask our doaler
in your town for it.
For fale By
BROOKS IIA RIMY A It I-:
Fall and Winter
W. G. Wilson & Company are
opening full lines of Goods adopt
ed for the coming season embrac
ing some special values in the very