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We Have Buggies
coming in almost every day the
latest shipment being a cal* of
Come in and let us show them.
They are 1914 Models.
We have a nice line of Pony
J. S. FOWLER
TAKE "A CHAHE" at Three-Fifty
We have wilh us I THU CIIAN'CE"
FIVE NEW -SHAPES, NINETEEN FIFTEEN FALL BLOCK SOFT
/HATS. THERE'S ?3.So WORTH OF QUALITY IN THESE
?PATS. YOU'LL ADMIT IT YOURSELF WHEN YOU SEE 'EM.
AND, TOO, THE NAME IN THE BAND READS:
??- ' John B. 'Stetson.
: A CONTRAST BAND IS JUST ONE OF THE FEATURES. THE
PRICE, AS ABOVE, THREE FIFTY.
Order one by P. Post. Bo suro to Btatc size and color. We prepay charges]
And remember lt will be a
'. John B. Stetson.
T. L. Cely Company
A beautiful lot on the corner of N. McDuffie
and Greenville Street that we are offering
Now is your chance to buy a lot close in at
a very small cost.
We also have a nicebusiness lot on N.
Main Street that we will sell cheap.
J. FURMAN EVANS CO.
Evans Building :: Anderson. S G.
Choosing the Pattern
The selection of a pattern is very important in buying
You want an individual pattern that you will not tire
S , of-one that can be matched at a later date as you add to
it piece by piece. You'll find many choice patterns lo select
frcm at this store-eitlier in Sterling Silver or high grade
l-pfe?byt?r?i?n CoUege of South Carolina
' ???b s. - ; Clinton, S. C. .
To>' what college shall wo send our son ? Consider some of tho ad van
'. tsge* ef the. Piesbyterlan College of South Carolina. It is well located.
'? It la growing rapidly. Tlif r .rtprnent ls excellent. The faculty is strong,
v Tho regular coPcg? course*, and degrees sro given. < It has a new gym na- ;
? \ slum and physical director. . The religious and moral atmosphere lathe ,
'. ; eat that can bo had. Its graduates are >
making good. Tho expensen aro moderato. _^lflB9B95E?ifi?fe^
' DAVISON MCDOWELL DOUGLAS, D. P., Pm. ij^gj^^^^q
Where Rival Fleets Have Gathered and England's New
Dreadnoughts Versus Those of the Triple Alliance.
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,/_?LjJ^?[ ifjftr?^ l<?aliS^?yi^ PRE-DR^D NOUGHT
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COMPARISON OP 1913-14 BATTLESHIPS OF GREAT BRITAIN WITH THOSE OF TRIPLE ALU ANC ?
A Gorman squadron cruising off Langeland, In tho Great Belt of Denmark. Is stopping all vossels to iavcstlgnto
their nationality and tho destination of.their entres, and German torpedo boats are In the Kat^aL British
warships also bave been sighted in Danish water,. A big Russian squadron was seen off the island of Bornholm
SJ til? Brlt?? ieCt^ ?y H** r "ke, a super-Dreadnought of 25.000 tons dls^acement ShV car
rles ten 13%-lnch guns, twelve 0-Inch guns and otLers of smaller caliber. ?T> " ' :
^/Lanninq Gain Str&nqth S??T?? S?>^ff%?^f|ST^
*J %J a mill town In Greenville' bounty, u>
' heard: "I have gora great many
-' promised to vote tor Mr. .Manning :in
AU Sections of the Stale Coming to Realization of the Fact That ,this Bection- 1 am certainly not leav
-ww???? ?w www^^wc ? *"?* ***** lng any stones unturned for Mr. Man-.
Sumter Man is t':c Most Widely Popular and Strongest of the nm?- 1 haye.a lot of * . . men to vote
I for Mr. Manning.. One - of our 'work
Candidates for Governor. ers waa a * * . supporter." .(
A travelling man writes:!."I have
? been working tho, Piedmont section
for about three weeks, and, from ob
(Polltlcal dvertiacment) _ ? ?" : \ '?? ??rvntIon, believe you are, growing
"-r . - i \ ? .. . . stronger every day; a great many
Sumter Item. comes these optimistic messages, "I men I have talked to are * . * mon but
The people . ' 3umtor generally ?fro bolJ?,vf h? ia ?r?wiug In this .eeMtyv are going to-support you., believing
greatly gratlf I at the ovldencos of a"d,,JlL8 ^rongcet opponent ls losing, you aro the strongest anti-man in.the
growing strewth in Hon. Richard li \ ,ind Manning and . * . are: way race." Another traveling man writes;
Manning's < - idtdacy for goveruor. ?"oad around here. I feel sure that "i havo been ovor nearly every county
This ls cvl>- iced in many ways; by you ?ro 8?lnlng S/ound !n our, coun" in tho State in the past 30 days^-you
tho many i .cant communications to l/> ,} 8cel good 1n your bohalf ,to- aro growing in-favor."
tho difiore-papers of the State, and aay,","K""" ," ," '?? <???Zi ".. The following letter Crom ?harles
by tho atl <:ks being made on him at N?w#ber^ ,B lQ ***** ,to?. tQU was from a. gentleman who is not
tho campaign meetings by both the px tracts from a coupleof ?"?rs. a politician but just a good solid,
Blease and the anti-Blease candi- Congratulate you your bright every day citizen who had written
dates. Tor a weak candidate Is pev?r Prospecta and commend the, ata?a on Mr> Manning, asking his stand on
attacked by his competitors. Another ^X}c auef'ons you aro generally as. oerUm que8tlons. This letter ls : In
aurc indication of his strength ls tho Tmlo1?* Urin? .stand, now. Mr. reply to Mr> Manning's letter to him.
many lettie being received at Mr. Manning will poll the largest vote ot .., am y<)ry mqcb.-rstificd st your
Manning's omeo e^ry,day from all ?'lhe "V""T!;*8.? ?sasidWat*?, ano frank re,ply to ituestlons asked.. Aa a
different parts ot W State, telling "my hea?. ^ffifiu^?S ' JS? "suR. yon may expect my aupport In,
hun of his strong stand in tho writ- ?le,a8<Lan"d aTSSSSLT," coming campaign. I hav? ahpwn
ers commynlty. An Item reporter . FX?m . P^he!^L S ?fl?v mr letter to sixteen others and
WUB given the opportunity of .looking wo.f .1 wj8 l. V* ??M ??i J?? thirteen have pledged their support
over a batch of mall and made a few support, and ^t^M^mmm to you. Two of the others having pre
oxcerpts from lettors *I0imt onJ5 Per. ?onL perhaps, mprc. vloaBly piedged themselves to other
"Prom Charleston P Manning ?SM An* atnotncr 'rom ^porchester; I candidates. Tao other said he was not
riorTor wr cs- Manning sup- ^ to rep t tor ,tbls section that reaa> t0. pledge hlm8elf but woll?d
f.?? ? . . ... -*K you 1,0,1 ? ?oou jote." - glve ^reful consideration. One
Mr. Manning la gaining strength A Chester man wrote: "You ..are ?f th? thlrteon gentlemen pledging
dally. I am doing all I can for him." gaining ground , every day in my himself to vote ror von tells ma this
Another from Charleston: "We aro county. A lot of? ?. r men hav? X?Xn thatsl? othSr v?terf?lvlna
much encouraged here over tho Man- changed recently 'and - ?W ' UlklhR Jn^ffi^nWMo^
nlng outlook." Prom Charleston g% Manning. I believe.you .will head^the ^S^iolSS that they^ou?d shp
"I am glad to say that things for Mr. ttefcet tor governor lp'^y ?o?rfty." ^\lTo c^U?k lX^P
Manning are looking pretty good down Prom an Orangeburg town Is written, 1 ort you
here." And still yet from Charleston "You are gaining votes oVefy day ?tfd -_ . .. .- ;- ;
comes this: "Prom all. indications the prospects ar*, yon will tfiot only. Oaanlsg of Bbeneser Cemetery,
you are going to fare well he*e Au- carry thia box but Barnwell, Bamberg All persona Interested in Ebeneser
gust 25. * . . told me that you would and Hampton coontie*." ? 1 . cemetery are asked to help, in clear
lead in Charleston." The party named liD jn the corner ot fl?TStote. from lng lt on Friday, the 14th.
there is.a most astute politician and PlcKcn8 county i8 .written i ,**?. am --r-rr
Js on tho other side In Charleston RUre Mr Manning is growing" stronger Ewes? Sunday'Behool.
??miC8' . -* every day." Prom Ivs, Tn thickly set- There will b? ? picnic, at High
An Aiken man writps-. VI h?ve, fo? tied Anderson tj??tnty, he has heard, Shoah) on .Wednesday. August 12th.
some time, been reading your, speeches "i am pleased to, be able to inform for the Sunday school ?f Eureka
and ? havo come toi tko, conclusion yo? that things htl*>rta';bfcf6 ?r? in-?church. ' There win be wagon? tu
you oro,tho man more wilted for tho deed favorable- t? your Interest.". Euroka church. All members ot .this
governor's ?halr; I promise to do my White from the'?Aty of Anderson- - islchurch and Sunday school ore aak?d
best for .you," And. from Fairfield wrut?p; "f nm*'^nfW?nl' t?hf '^?u 'hw.to porno, apd; bring P*?*eW'& * r
GAFFNEYITES PLAYED GOOD
BALL, BUTNOT QUITE
Allowed Only Four Hits-Child-]
ers Got Homer With Bases
Full in the Fourth Inning
ANDERSON WON GAME
Special to The Intelligencer.
Gaffney, August 10.-Anderson de
feated the Gaffuey Game Cocks this
afternoon by a score of 7 to 2. Oglcs
by for the local? knocked a home run
In the first half of the first inning
and Childers for the visitors duplicat
ed the order in the last half of tho
fourth with three men on bases.
Donaldson relieved Watson in the 3rd I
inning and pitched splendid ball but
wet grounds and wet balls interferred
with the game materially by causing |
wild throws on the part of the locals.
Score by innings:
Anderson .. .. 004 OOO 003-7 7 21
Gaffney.. .. ..200 000 000-2 4 2 j
Robinson and Well: Watson. Don
aldson and Caines. Umpire Robbins.
STANDING OF THE CLUBS
North Carolina League.
Won Lost Pct.
Durham ,. 54 30 600
Charlotte.55 37 598
Winston. 50 39 562
Raleigh. 41 52 441
Asheville. 38 54 413
Greensboro .... ... 35 .55 389
South Atlantic League.
Won Lost Pct.
Albany. 28 16 636
Charleston. 26 17 605
Columbus. 25 18 581
Augusta. 23 21 523
Savannah.21 21 500
Columbia. 20 24 388
Macon. 15 25 376
Jacksonville. 15 29 341
Won Lost Pct.
New Orleans. 61 48 559
Mobile. 62 49 558
Birmingham. 64 50 562
Nashville. 66 52 518
Atlanta .. .. .. .. ? 54 ' 51 . 514
Chattanooga ...... 56 55 605
Memphis-. 48 59 448
Montgomery. 42 60 412
Won Lost Pct.
Philadelphia..67 34 6G3
Boston. 58, 45 563
Washington. 65 47 539
Detroit.L 53 51 509
Chicago. 51 53 490
St. Louis. 50 52 490
New York. 46 68 442
Cleveland. 33 73 311
Won Lost Pct.
New YorL. 57 39 6931
St, Louis..54 48 529
Boston...61 48 526
Chicago...53 48 625
Philadelphia.. ....48 62 408
Cincinnati. 47 55 461
! Brooklyn. 43 52 453
fitts* :gh ...... 43 64 443
Federal Leagne. .'
Won List, Pct I
Chicago ........ 67 43 670
I (Baltimore.: 64 43 656
Brooklyn ........ 49 42 638
Indianapolis.i 52 46 - 530
Kansas City . 44 51 463
Buffalo.* 49 54 476
Pittsburgh .. .... 42 65* 433
Sfe Louis ......... 43 57 * 430
At Portsmouth-Richmond, rain.
At Roanoke 6; Norfolk 4. First |
At Roanoke 2; Norfolk 3. Second |
At Newport No wa 5; Petersburg 6.
10 Innings, darkness.
At Columbia 2; Savannah 3.
At Augusta 4; Charleston 7.
At Albany-Columbus, rain.
At Macon-Jacksonville, called end
North Carolina League |
At Greensboro 9; Raleigh 2. /
At Durham-Asheville, rhln..- '
At Charlotte-Winston, rain.' '"
Not Afraid of War.
Boston August' 10.-Tho British
line, with 90 passengers, arrived today
from Liverpool. When the steamer
wi? in mid-Atlanic the wireless gave
the news of the wpi-.between Germany
and England. Although Jt was re
sorted that Gorman warships were
off . the coast the Bohemian^ course
was not altered and'no unusual pre
cautions against capture, were taken.
.'? ; -,y.'.;, i, j .in, umY
?,.??Y.--. Ex-floveraor Dead. .
B. Smith; ^6, governor of New Hamp-l
shire th 1C93 and 1804, died at bis
At noHton 3; Cincinnati 1.
At Brooklyn 6; Chicago 0.
At Philadelphia 2; Pittsburgh 4.
At Now York 8; St Louis 2.
Boston. August 10.-Boston, tail
enders a month ago. moved into sec
ond place today in tho National lea
gue race by winning troip Cincinnati
while Chicago and St. Louis lost. Tho
score was 3 to 1. James held tho
visitors to 3ix lilts which were woll
scattered. Maranvlllo-* hitting was
the factor In Boston's run getting.
Boston.020 001 OOx-3 8 1
Cincinnati.100 nnf> 010-1 fi 1
James and Gowdy; Benton. Ylngllng
Allen Was Invincible.
Brooklyn. August 10 v-Brooklyn
beat Chicago today fi to 0. Allen
Ditched shot ont ball holding the visi
tors to four scattered hits and giving
only one pass. Brooklyn knocekd
Lavender out of tho box in tho third
inning, bunching bits with three Chi
Chicago .ooo ono ooo-o 4 3
Brooklyn.114 000 OOx-fi 7 1
Lavender, /.abel and Archer; Allen
A Good Mixture.
Philadelphia. August 10.-Pitts
burgh won today'3 game hero 4 to 2
bv mixing four hits with three errors
by Philadelphia in the sixth inning.
Pittsburgh .. ..100 003 000-4 10 1
Philadelphia 000 010 100-2 9 3
Now York, August 10.-New York
did not waste one of UB ten hits today
and defeated St Louis 8 to 2. Per
due was knocked out of the box In
the fourth, while Perritt wns pounded
in the eighth. Tesreau pitched effec
tive ball for thc champions.
St. Louis.. ... .,.Q0.O/(101 000-2 6 2
New York .. .. .000 30.0 14x-8 10 0
Perdue, Perritt and. .Snyder; Tes
reau and Meyers.
, - 'un ? . HIM fin;
No gamea scheduled.
At Louisville 3; Cleveland 4.,
At Columbus 3; Indianapolis !.
At Minneapolis 8; Milwaukee 1.
At St. Paul 6; Kansas City 1.
No games, rain.
y ? - ... . ' ?
At Chlcago.Washington, rain.
At Detroit-Boston rain.
At Cleveland 1; Philadelphia C.
At St. Loui3 4; New York 1.
Won Entire Series.
Cleveland, August 10.-Philadelphia
made a clean sweep of the series here
today winning 5 to 1. Gilly two lilts
were made off Steen in eight innings,
but an error and sleepy fielding* al
lowed the Athletics to score two of
Cleveland. .. ..000 000 010-1 G 3
Philadelphia .. 000 100 103-5 6 1
Steen, Blanding and O'Neill; Bush
and Seining. >j A ?'f;g!fgg
? Won.fo S?l?
St. Louis, August (,,lOr-rSt Louis
pounded Caldwell) hard in the fifth
inning today and. won from New York
4 to 1. . .... <(0","-,..,..
New York .. . .OOO 100 000-1 6 0
St? Louis .. ..000 040 OOx-4 10 '0
i Caldwell and Sweeney; Wellman
At St. Louis 7; Pittsburgh 6.
At Kansas City 3; Buffalo 7.
At Chicago-Brooklyn rain.
At .Indianapolis 1; Baltimore 1.
Called end fifth account rain.
Ended In a Tlc.
Indianapolis, August ia- Bal ti
mo re's run in the flirt ot the sixth
inning of today's game did not count
as a downpour of rain halted the con
test before tho Inning was finished.
The game ended in a 1 to 1 tie,
Baltimore. . .. .. ..-100. Oft-1'< 2. JL
Indianapolis..100 01-1 3. 1*
Balley and Jacklltach; Moseley and
Copped In Ulnth \
St'. Louis, August 10.-St. Louis-won
out in the ninth' Inning tod?y d?feat
Piltaburgh 7 td 6.
St. Louie' ....ZtiZ O01 001^-7 16 2
Pittsburgh . . .'" Ill 021 OOO-6 12 1
Davenport, Keupper and Sim?n:
.Walker and Berry.
Hammered Three Pitchers.
Kansas City, August io.-Three
pitchers were unable, to stop Buffalo's
hitting today and . Kansas City waa
Ibeaten 7 to. 3.,
Buffalo .. .. ,.001 033 000-7 IC 1
Kansas City ... 030 OOO 00-8 10 1
Moran and Allen ; Packard, Adams,
Harris and Enzenroth and Brown.
HAS PTOMAINE POISON
Manager Clarke of Pittsburgh T?atiW
.als Has done Home To Recover.
. (Dy Associated, Presa.) h'???'?
^Philadelphia,. August . 10.-Prod
^Clarke, manager of th. e Pittsburgh.'
Tiatlooals who waa taken llj hore with
home tn Pittsburgh; Wagner will pct
as manager of the team .fa CUirkVa