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No two dresses-No two
Coat Suits are alike.
All of the latest cuts and in
the newest, richest colors.
B. Graves Boyd
I ANNUAL I
I EXCURSION j
2? ---TO--" J
I Savannah, Ga. J
1 Jackson ville?, Fla. <.
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J Tampa, Fla. J
? -LAND OF FLOWERS" \
5 Tuesday, Sept. 22nd, 1914 |
< SOUTHERN RAILWAY sj
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C Greenville, Anderson, Abbeville, and all #
J intermediate points at the following <J
.5 VERY LOW RATES: 2
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5 . to to to
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W Anderson.4 00. 7 00.J 00
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^ Rona"???. ..S 80.?.8 75.8 80
.JF Shoals Jae .ion .'*7C.6 80.8 75
I? AbhevfUe . 8 80...0 85.8 80
5 Hodges . 8 60.6 40.8 ?0
' Greenwood. 3 60 .6 25. 8 60
5 A SPECIAL TRAIN will be operated Co
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^ t v. Columbia 12.30 p. wu Ar* Savannah 4.40 p. na. (o.t.)
# liv. Clarkville 2.30 p. m. Ar. Jacksonville 9.00 p. m.
? Eccundon Tickets will be good going On Special Train
K and all KECil EAR THA'HS, 5/JO a. m., September 22, to 1.00 a.
? r.:" September 2-lrd. ^ " ' , ?+" t'A')t *. ?
ja . original sturt lpg point on or" before midnight as follows t
<r Te rlnrnnnnh, ?ab sent 271b. 1014* to Jacksonville, Fla*
S*pt. r^lb, 1014; to Tampa, Fla* October 1st. 1014.
? . ffh cines day coaches and PnHman Sleeping ears without -
J A TRIP TO THE TROPICS
% Florida : ?The Land af Flowers'* Health ??d Pleasure.
<T Wonderful agricultural developments attracting people from
all oTer the world.
? iSnvnnntth, tis.: Wiih fis beautiful parks, magbifitvai *slp/
V ping dorks, Thnuderbolt and Tybee Island fanions for Sea Foods
W and Surf bathing.
^ Fer fall Information, Pnllman Reservations ate* apply to
\ . Ticket Agenta Southern Rail way, or
i TT. E. MefiEE, Wf B, ?T?BER, J. *B. AJTDEBSOW,
\ Asst. (Jen. Pas?. Agt. Tran Pase Aft, Sept BBitr
Jj " ColantMa, S Greenville, g,*C Aadtrtea, 8. C.
LEAD OVER GIANTS
Brooklyn's Loss and Philadelphia's
Victory Added Another Full
Game To Boston's Le aa
(By Associated Press.)
BoBton, Sept. 16.-By defeating
Brooklyn 7 to 5 while Philadelphia
was beating New ork today, the Bos
ton team increased its lead in pennnnt
race by a full game. The visitors
?ammered ames* delivery hard, get
ting hits to Boston's seven, but the
local twirler was strong in the
pinches. Brooklyn used thre pitchers
th0 best of whom was Aitchison. Ma
ran vii le's throw from deep short for
the third out in the eighth inning with
men on second and third bases was
The box score
BOSTON AB B H PO A F
Moran rf. 5 0 0 0 1 0
EverB 2b ... ?. 4 1 1 A 2 0
Cather If. 4 1 1 3 0 _o
Whltted ct. 3 1 1 0 0 0
Schmidt lt ...3 2 0 % 0 1
Smith 3b. 1 1 O l 3 0
Maranville ss .... 3 0 0 1 6 0
Oowdy c. 4 13 9 2 0
.'ames p. 4010 1 0
Totals . . 31 7 7 27 15 1
BROOKLYN OB B H PO A E
Dalton ct..1 112 0 0
Myer? cf. 3 0 0 2 0 0
Jau'jert lb. 4 2 3 10 1 0
3tergel rf.4 0 3 1 0 0
Wheat lt. 4 0 3 2 1 0
lutthaw 2b.5 0 0 1 4 1
Jetr 3b. 6 0/ 1 0 2 0
Sgau -.?.5 0 11 2 1
Miller c.4 2 S 4 0 -0
?tucker p.1 0 0 0 1 0
Reulbach p.JO 0 -0 0 0 0
Aitchison p..2 0 0 1 1 0
Hummel x. 10 0 0 0 0
x batted for Reulbach in fourth.
Jcore by Innings
boston.026 OOO OOx-7
Brooklyn.. ^.211 000 010-5
Summarv-Two base hits, Daubert,
Miller, heat Qouwy.2, Stengel; hits
iff trucker 4 ia 2 tanings (noa? out in
hird); off Reaulbach 2 ic 1 inning;
.-iff Aitchison 1 in 5 Innings; sacrifice
lits. Stengel; sacrifice fly. Maran
Mlle; stolen bases, bitted; left on
bases, Boston 6, Brooklyn ll. base on
.alla oil Bucker 2; off Reulabch 1;
ff Aitchison 2; off James 3; - first
ase on errors, Boston 2; Brooklyn 1.
truck out by James 8; Aitchison 2.
Gassed ball, Oowdy'.'' Time 1:50. Um
dres Klein and Emslie.
At Newark 2 ; . Provtuem-? i.
At Toronto 2; Montreal 7.
At Buffalo 5; Rochester 4.
At Nashville/2; New Orleans 1.
At Chattanooga C; Montgomery 2.
At Memphis 0; Mobile 1.
At Atlanta 2; Birmingham 8. ll
At Louisville 7; Cleveland 4: -
At Columbus 4; Indianapolis 9.
At Minneapolis 4-8 ; Kansas City 3-7.
At Milwaukee 0-7; St Paul 7-2.
At New York 1; Philadelphia 3.
At Washington 1; Boston 2.
At Cleveland 1; Detroit 2.
At St. Loule-Chic?sro. wet grounds.
Error Ls st Oes**
Cleveland, Sept, 15.-Bassler's wild
row tn *h attempt to prevent Bush
- *ll-.1.1-a .i-. _i_m
. vim DicniiiiD vim ti, mc uui; cit vii vi?
^ game, allowed Detroit to defeat
.loveland 6 .to L
Cleveland .. .. 000 100 000-1 6 1
detroit..001 100 000-2 5 0
Tedrow. Carte and Bossier; Ca vet
tioston Takes usax one.
v Washington, Sept. 15.-Boston won
ts last game of tho season in Wash
ngtoa today 2 to 1. Shaw's wildness
ausfcd lils awn defeat. In the ninth
ming he passed Hoblltzel and then
brew Janvrln's bunt over second base
ioblitxel going to third and scoring
he winning run when MlhLn throwto
he Boston dugout.
Boston .. .. 000 100 001-2 5 1
yasblnsto.- .. ..000 001 000-1 4 3
wood and Thomas; Shaw and Aln
Athletics Win Another.
New York, Sepe IS.-Brassier stead
od with men oe bases and. assisted by
?st fielding, pitched Philadelphia to
:. victory over New'York today 3 to
. Brown waa wild and ?na nit free
y bat worked ont o? several tigLt
Buaticss and held the score down.
"hita?elphla .. 010 011 000-8 10
<*w York .. .. 000 000 001-1 6
Dressier and Lapp; Brown
i swe^ioy, Nunamnker.
Boston 7; Brooklyn r>.
.ladelphla 4; New York :!.
Ak .Mttsburgh 9; Cincinnati 0.
(ilant* Ll??? Auollier.
Philadelphia, Sept. I?.-Philadel
phia defeated New York today 4 to 3,
giving the home team the scries :i
games to 2. Aa Booton won. New York
lost a full game in the race tor thc
pennant. .The visitors made nine hits
and received five base on hulls, but
the home team twirler moally was ef
fective in the pinches.
Ia the fifth Philadelphia
runs which decided the issue on
Bums' muff of Alexander's fly, a sin
gle by Lobert an out and Magee's
triple. Fletcher and Moulin were or
dered to the club house in the fourth
inning for disputing with Umpire Big
New York .. .. OOO 120 000-3 9 2
Philadelphia .. 200 020 OOx-4 8 1
Fromme, O'Too?e and Meyers; Alex
ander and illifer.
Adams Was in Fine oFrni.
Pittsburgh, Sept 15.-Pittsburgh
shut out Cincinnati today 9 to. 0.
Aadams alloweo only six hit i. Ben
ton was wild and was knocked out of
the box in the seventh Inning. Er.
rors also helped the Pirates.
Cincinnati .. . .000 000 000-0 6 4
Pittsburgh .. .. 004 001 40x-9 ll 0
Bonton, Lear and Gonzales; Adams
At Pittsburgh 0; Chicago 5.
At Buffalo 1; St. Louis 0.
At Brooklyn 2; Indianapolis 9.
At Baltimore ll; ansas City B.
Pittsburgh, Sept. 15.-Hendrix hell
Pittsburg!, to 4 Hits today and hCica-'
had no trouble in winning by a 6 to
Chicago. 102 000 003-6 1 0
Pittsburgh .. .. 000 000 000-0 4 1
Hendrix and Wilsln; Berger and
Baltimore. Sept.' 15.-Baltimore hit
Johnson and Henning freely and
won today's game from Kansas City
ll to 5. Although Bailey gave Ave
passes he struck Out ten men.
Score- jj .
Kansas City .. '000 200 300-5 7 0
Baltimore .. ./3?S 320 OOx-ll 15 2
ohnson, Henning -ml Enenroth;
Balley and Jncklitsch. Russell.
Two In Succession.
Brooklyn, Sept 15.-Brooklyn lost
the second straight game to Indian
apolis today 9 to 2 and as Bufflao
won, the local team ls only one full
game ahead of the second divisisioU.
indianapolis .. 300 3jl0 HO-9 ll 2
Brooklyn .. .. 010 001 000-2 10 3
Kniserltng and Rarlden; Flnnncrant
Marcon, Somers and OWcns.
? Twirlers' Battle.
Buffalo. Sept 15.-A pitchers' duel
between Davenport and Krapp ended
In a victory for Buffalo today 1 to 0.
V lusty walle.-) by Hal Chase ,a wild
throw to first by* ' Davenport and o
?.?lfico Dy scored the only tally of
Buffalo. 000 100 OOx-1 6 1
St Louts .'. .. . .000 000 000-0 C 1
Krapp and Blair; Davenport and
VIR?1INIA-NORTH CAROLINA P08?
At Winstim-Salem 1'; Norfolk 4.
Both Teams Even,
Winston Salem, Sept 15.-Norfolk,
Virginia league champions today de
feated ^Wlnston-Salem, North Caro
lina league champions in the second
game of the post season series. Win.
3ton-Salem took .tho opening game
Norfolk.4 7 5
Winston Salem ..1 s 2
Humphries and Stewart; Myers and
l DD SPORTS
v Chance Hps Quit Ossie.
New York, Sept. 15-Frank Chance
.ias resigned as manager of the New
York Americans. Ho announced Tate
?oday at the Polo grounds '-hat he waa
out of the game. He said he had re
cc .vc. ..... .u.i Va.j wp io tue o"*? wi
It is understood Jack Dunn of the!
Baltimore International league club,
will manage next season. In the
meanwhile Roger Pecktnpaugh bas
been placed In charge of the team.
A RWY rSCBEASFD
Gerrans Annex S*iAi-.temc.it?
Are Bendy fer Fray.
Ltr.?en. SeRt. 15.-A dtaratch to?
UM Central Newa- soys:
1.S trustworthy Informant from
Brussels says tho German garrison
there has been Increased again and
sow numbers about t,OOO men. Ma
chine gun? again are tri position -'n
.he principal thoroughfares.
"Burgomaster Mex no longer is
able to communicate offlciallv the
new*of tho victories by the antes to
the inhabitants, the German authori
ties- having proTilbitwo the posting of
placards. The burgomaster, howev
er, h seseen te lt that the news was
circulated bv wont of mouth, and the
populace already knows of the Oer?
man retreat in. France. '
:OLE THREE-R OW GRAIN DRILLS pay for themselves "three
or four times over in ene crop."
Such is the testimony of one of Anderson County's successful
and reliable farm ?rs,-a farmer, who by proper exercise of his good
business judgment, succeeds. Read what he has io say:
Anderson, S. C., Sept. 1, 1914
Sullivan Hdw. Company,
Anderson, S. C.,
Your Three-Row No. 34 Cole* Grain Drill that I bought of you
last fall, paid for itself three or four times over inone crop. On twen
ty-five acres I had sixteen hundred and twenty-four bushels thresh
ed, besides feeding over one hundred bushels in sheaf, all sown in
cotton middles about October 20th, without any preparation what
I must say it is the most perfect drill, both guano, and grain,
that I have ever handled. J highly recommend it to my brother far
mers. Yours truly, (Signed) B. J. SMITH.
S ^iirvart Hardware
Anderson, S. C. -Belton, S. C. Greenvi
SCENE FROM "GRAND OPERA
USIO has charms, bat lt does not \
JfJL Always soothe, especially such
music as figures in "Grand Op
era In RufaerHle." The play tells the
story of the efforts ot a city musk-inn
to present "The Bohemian Girl" in a
?mali town with' local talent and tbe
'town belle. Ho might have succeeded
lt big record had not been looked up.
The reincarnation of two souls hi the
theme of "The Mystery of the Sleeping
Death," one of the two act dramas of
the Alice Joyce series.
While acting before thc camera In
.the breakers on the coast or southern
California 'at a point midway between
Ban Pedro and Redondo J. Warren
> Kerrigan was nt tacket by a man eat
ing ?bark and Buffered severe lacera
tiona on his left leg and fight shoulder.
Th6 accident took place during the
nimtng or the drama "There Is a Des
tiny," a romance of fisher folks.
In "The Vanishing Tribe" photo ploy
patrons will see an old Indian legend
that lias been told for centuries around
the cn m pl! res of Lbe red tneu.
Richard Travers was right lu his ele
ment when required to piny tennis lu
one of Oo?rga Ade's comedies called
"Tin! Fahle of the Adult Girl Who
Got Busy." Travers is on expert player
lind possesses numerous medals which
he- hus won in tournaments played In
all parts of the country.
; Director Thomas Snutschl ls putting
OM a vivid drama which involves a
ship afire at sea . Bossle Ey ton ts the
lead tn this thriller.
Preliminary arrangements are being
mude t ?r tbe production of "Tho Ne'er
Do Well." from the novel of Rex
Beach. The play calls for ships, a trip
to the ?'anama canal and an entire sea
son's work In that torrid zone.
Florence lawrence ls kuown to JOT?
ors of photo plays all over the coun
try. Her winsome face ls seen dally
on scores of screens.
"Satan's Rhapsody" the Union?
title of a new fl lr.. The tory fea
tures Lyda Bore ill, whose work. In
"The Naked truth" excited comment
The story of. "Satan's Rhapsody" cen
ters about a barter made with Satan
to restore youth and beauty to an out
"Chick" Evan*, western golf cham
pion and one of the best known play-' i
era 'u tbe world, has become a motion j
picture actor. He ts seen playing golf |
With Wallace Beery, the famous
NEW TYPE OF GERMAN AIRSHIP
> This ts a rm odin ed form of Zeppelin which has been extensively u*#dL