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BUGGIES AND WAGONS
We take this means of saying to
our friends and public that we have
added a full line of high class ve
hicles and harness that we expect
to handle in connection with our
stock business. Will carry Brock
way, Colonial, Ratterman & Luth
and others. Also a full line of
Our motto: "Everything guar
anteed to be as represented*"
Wilson & Cantelou
If you would Raise Big Crops,
f?|Pfy[( If you would have fewer acres and
Larger Crops. If you would reduce your
cost of production, buy from the
COMB AHEE FERTILIZER CO., "
CHARLESTON, S. C.
We manufacture all grades of fertilizers and carry a large stock of the best quality offer,
tilizer material. If you want fertilizers for Cotton, Corn, Grain, Tobacco? Track,
buy only the best from a well known company such as the
COMBAHEE FERTILIZER CO., Charleston, S. C.
lom? off Good Fertilizers'
WRITE FOR PRICES.
S GREAT VOTING
TO A CLOSE
E. LYNCH & COMPANY
contest by giving a handsome chafing dish to the Contestant who secures
amber of subscriptions from March 22nd to April 1st. Double votes will
i all subscriptions brought in during this time.
Contest Closes Saturday, April
tree more weeks to work for the Prizes
yet the prize offered by W. E. Lynch & Company,
n town remember that he carries a beautiful line of
ANCY GROCERIES, STATIONERY, PAINTS, OILS, ETC.
tiber if you don't win this prize your subscriptions count double any way
mR Edgefield County
Encouraged by the suecess of last year's corn contest and in
order to give additional stimulus to the production of corn in
the county, The Advertiser will conduct another corn contest
T7JPCT DP 1717 . fifteen dollars in Gold Coin
filial rniZifi. wmbe given the Edgefield
county farmer who grows the greatest number of bushels on
of com on one acre of land during the year 1911.
C?PfllVTrt, D?T'?!?* Ten dollars in Gold Coin
OJL^UINJJ rmZilL. will be given the farmer
in Edgefield county who grows the second largest number of
bushels of corn on one acre during the vear 1911.
The foregoing prizes are offered unconditionally and without embarrassing
or complicated restrictions. The contestants can plant their corn when they
please,fertilize it as they please and cultivate by whatever system they please
Only one requirement is made: The acre must be in one continuous plot of
ground and not composed of two or more rich spots selected from different
parts of the farm. The area planted must NOT be less than one acre.
The rules for measurement of the land and corn next fall will be more rigid
than in the past contests, and will not only be printed on the judge's certifi
cates, but will be published in several issues of the paper, so that everybody
can read them and become familiar with them.
i Who'll win the Gold this Year
Prizes will be awarded at the County Fair.