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LOCAL
MILL
GAMES
TY COBB HOLDS ,
LEAD AT BAT
Chicago, July 3.-Juke Daubert of
Brooklyn, has regained th? butting
leadership of the National league, ac
cording to averages published here
today. Ty Cobb continues louder in
the American and Mcf?ec, Brooklyn,
beads the Federals. The icadors in
each league, including last Wednes
day's games and averages follow:
National-Daubert .336; J. Smith
Boston, and Markie. New York, .323
each; Luderus, Philadelphia .'321,
. Alar lean-Cobb .379; Fournler. Chi
cago .343; Jackson, Cleveland? .330.
Federal--Mctlec, .:ir.2; Campbell,
Newark. .343; Deal, St. Ixwts. .337.
FOLEY KIDNEY f?XS
loi BACKACHE mn?rvc -LAHosa
Charleston & Western!
Carolina Railway
To and From the
NORTH, , SOUTH,
EAST, WEST
Leaves:
No. 22 . .MH..6.08 A. M.
No. 6 . . . ,3:37 P.M.
Arrives :
No. 21 . . .11:15 A.M.
No. 5 .... 3:07 P. M.
Information, Schedules,
rates, etc., promptly
given.
?. WILLIAMS, G. P. A.,
Augusta. Ga.
Condensed Passenger Schedule.
PIEDMONT St NORTHERN
RAILWAY COMPANY
Effective June G, 1916.
ANDERSON:
Arrivals
No. 81.7:36 A. M.
No. 83.&:35 A. M.
No. 85.11:40 A. M.
No. rt.1:10 P. M.
No. 8?.3:40 P. M.
No. 41. 8:00 P. M.
No. 43... 0:60 P. M. I
No. 45.'.. ..10:20 P. M.
Departures
Ho. 30.. ... 6:25 A. M.
IVO. 82.8:25 A. M.
NO. 84.10:80 A. M.
No. 38. . ..12:10 P. M.
No. 88.:. 2:80 P. M.
We; 40..4:60 P. M.
Ne. a?..*.5:40 P. M.
No. 44.B:15 P. M.
C. ?. ALLEN,
Traffic Manager.
Half the joy of motorin
pleasure, comes from de{
economy, and explains
today drive Ford cars
cents a mile for runnN;;
Barring the unforeseen, c
Ford car, between ?ugus
will receive from *4t> t
Ford ??otor Company's ]
Touring ..Car $490; Runab
I Oonpelot $760; Sedan 8071
feouipniot. On display and
TODD At
**?+++++**?*???**<*??*?
? ?
? STANDING OF TBE CLUBS. *
? *
South Atlantic.
Won. Lout. P.C.
('olninhUH . 14 6 700
AuKUxtu . 14 7 667
<'<>i o II ?Lia . 10 9 526
Charleston . 10 10 GOO
Havannah . 10 li 476
Albany . 9 ll 450
Macon . 9 12 4t9
Jacksonville . 5 14 203
Southern
Won. Lost. P. C.
Memphis . 43
New Orleans.43
Birmingham. 40
Nashvlllo .42
Chattanooga. 34
Atlanta. SS
Mobile . 32
Little F.ock .27
29
31
32
34
40
40
42
45
597
581
55G
553
459
452
432
375
?menean.
Won. Lost P. C
Chicago . 46 23 ?67
Boston_ . 37 24 607
Detroit. 41 27 C03
New York. 35 32 523
Washington . 32 30 616
Cleveland . 24 40 375
Bt. Lolus . 23 42 354
Philadelphia . 23 43 348
NatlonaL
Won.
Chicago . 37
Philadelphia . 34
[flt; Louis.33
Pittsburg . 33
Brooklyn . 30
Boston. 30
New York. 27
Cincinnati . 26
Feder?
Won.
St. Louis . 39
Kansas City .41
Chicago. 39
Pittsburg .37
Newark . 35
Brooklyn . 80
Buffalo .27
Baltimore. 25
Lost P. G
27 578
28
30
30
35
35
33
33
54S
534
624
462
462
460
441
Lost P.C.
26 -
28
30
29
84 j
40
44
42
600
694
566
661
607
429
380
373
ANDERSON SECOND WON
Deviated: Bregon Team Yesterday.
Seor? 7 tu g.
The second nines bf the Anderson
and Bregon mills played ball yester
day afternoon which resulted In a
I victory for the former, the score be
ing,? to 3. The feature of the game
was-a home run by Chas teen of tho
Anderson team.
RUB
Bregon.. .. ..3 7 4
Anderson...7 0 5
Batteries: Anderson, Chasteen. Bil
liard and Gunter and Stanley; Brogon,
E. Dullard and. Stanley. .
I RIVERSIDE DEFEATED ANDERSON
Score Was t te 1-Was Played at,
Beuna Vista Park.
The Riverside first nine defeated
the first nine of the Anderson mill
yesterday afternoon tn a game of base
ball played at Beuna Vista park, the
score being 3 to 1.
R H B
Riverside.3 4 2
Anderson.1 7 4
(Batteries: Riverside. Tinsley and
Craft; Anderson, Kelly and Hammond.
g, either for business or
>endable service and Fi ?<i
u/hy half the car owners
An average cost of two
and maintenance. <
:ach retail buyer of a new
t 1914 and August 1915,
o $60 as a share of thc
profits.
Out f440; Town Car $890;
tl f. e. b, Detroit with all
ITO SHOP
Tke Tiger Manager a
Ty Cobb.
This picture shows two typical pho
tographs of two vtery great baseball
players-Ty Cobb, in the act of bunt
ing, and his manager, Hugh Jennings,
wearing his fine broad grin after bis
great outfielder has succeeded in the
bunt . Cobb has a peculiar" way ot
*+?+*?+****++*+#??* 4> + * I
? YESTERDAY'S BE SUITS? ?
*?***?*+?*+++?+**** * 4>
Southern League.
At Chattanooga 3; Nashville: 9.
At Atlanta. 2; Now Orleans 4.
At Utile Rock 2; Memphis 6.
At Birmingham 4; Mobile 0.
Soath Atlantic League.
At Augusta 2; Jacksonville 1.
At Savannah 8; Macon.
At Charleston 3; Columbus 2.
At Columbia 4; Albany ll
' Federal League.
At Chicago 3; Pittsburgh G.
At .St. Louis 8; Kansas City 7.
At Newark 8; Brooklyn 2.
At Baltimore 6; Buffalo 9.
National League.
At Brooklyn 2; New York 1.
At Brooklyn 3; New York 4.
At Philadelphia 4; Boston 1.
At Philadelphia 3; Boston G.
. At Chicago 6; Pittsburgh S.
At Chicago 2; Pittsburgh ?.
At Cincinnati-Si. Louis, rain.
American League.
At New York li Washington 84
eleven Innings.
j At New York 4; Washington I.
w At St. Louis 3: Cleveland 1.
At St. Louis li Cleveland 5.
At Boston 3; Philadelphia 7.
At Bostoii ll: Philadelphia 0.
At Detroit ?, Chicago 4.
BELTOK WON BOTH (JAMES
Derated ?luck at Belton Yesterday
During Celebration.
Th? ?hick mill baseball team was
deefated at both ot the games at Bel
ton on Saturday when Independence
Day was celebrated there. .
The Drat game waa played at 9:30
n. m., and the acoro waa 5 and 8
In favor ot Belton. The other one
waa played ot 4 o'clock p. m. and
resulted in score of 8 and 0 in favor of
Belton.
This now makea Gtick and Belton
teams tied for first place in the mill
league.
Mr. Penrifey Goes Kurth.
Soliciter John II. Peurifoy leaven
this afternoon for Ll nomi s. X. Y., to
spond the hak^nce of the summer.. Mr.
Peurifoy went there for treatment last
year and although he feels that he bas
been cured, he wUhcs to make assur
ance doubly sure by returning tor ad
ditional treatment. He will be away
;for two mouths.-Wal terboro Press
and Standard.
Farmers In Ten States Bay 284) Ante,
mobiles a Bay,
In the cnnen? issue of Farm, and
Fireside, the naUonal farm paper pub
lished at Springfield, Ohio, a contri
butor 'writes an interesting article
showing how motor cars affect .*arm
life. In tbe following extract taken
from O10 article appesr some re
markable facia about the uno of. au?
Iddte
;jown an the grain I
Io*-e, Minnesota, Nabraska, Wiscon
sin, Missouri, Kansas. Sooth Dakota,
North Dnkoia and Oklahoma. Four
MAJOR
And MINOR
LEAGUES
nd ? -.is Great Player.
IHaga Jennings,
drawing up his lips at tho noraent ho
huntf?, but not HO the pla ter or' the
Holders of tho opposing
? action In tim? to offset hil
? There is little doubt
? the greatest..of baseball ?J ayers. He
? may ?fejr Bff?Uie greatesf player the
J, game has khown. g
Iten. The nmBber of mb o:
i....<':.?. ?,-n :.! ties has qtjt ?rtw
thc Jasl tW?i?years, and fiore than
uoubled In tho, Inst two yejrs. so that
on January t, i:nr>, by ?figure* fur
t ?shod by tho Various nair*tarie
etate, the number of ca)? was 559,
7?t. Of thls.tmmense tot* fully ohe
l.alf belong to farmers. The t?u?.
in the ten states ls Increasing at
rate of 13.000 mac hines slraont!:
a day. The nwrn?e vt?se. of" these
machbaes^vaa^
I Fir sti
a^^asaasssssM III.lill f ? Kaw ,uijaausjHW i um
I - aavavM. vsstaiaaa?WBiasJHaaaHW?assdMW^^
I Secojid ;
Pf?! . 1
1 h ira
The College is v
?sectarian in teachin,
A standard cour
An exceptional!
Excellent courst
A material redu
enough to meets th
in the education of ;
OKR DEFEATED E<J?H?OX
Iwt Fast Game Yesterday Afteraeoa.
geore 4 lo S.
In one of the prettiest games of
baseball in the mill league this sea
son, played On the Orr mill ground,
Orr mill defeated Equinox by the
score of 4 .to 3, after the contest had
gone for 10 innings. The features of
the game was thc pitching of J. EM
BOO for Orr and tb* batting ot Doro
tor Equinox.. There was ? largo
crowd of fanB present and the Orr mill
club received a nice little sum of
money.
Orr.
AB If R E
Giliard.? 1 0 0
Epton..5 0 0 0
Kay.r, o i i
Webb. fi 2 1 0
Major...G 0 0 o
J. Ellison.. .. .. ...> 3 0 0
Buchanan.4 ' 1, 1 o
C. Ellison.1 lr 1 0
Mc A lest er.4 1 0 0
Total.. .... ..42 9 4 2
Equinox. '
AB R E
C. Miles.4 0 0 1
Watson.. ....... ..4 0 1 o
McEntlre.4 G 0 0
.. Biaylock.. .. .. ..4 10 1
|:ftr>^^T-.--Ti^?y-. tr-.,'. ?mu??
Dorn....i 3 2 . l
Kay. .Wt& H "* d^Hi^^^H.
Simpson. .4 o o o
English.. .. .. ..4 ?) ii o
iGasaaway, aub pitcher ..0 0 o
Total.:i? 4 3 3
Batteries: Orr, McAllister and Kay;
, Equinox, Walton, 'Ga ssa wai* and
| English.
Umpire, Ellison. Time, 1:55.
Game Monday Morning.
-ilie Equinox and CMuck ba . :
Iteat?s will play tomorrow worn1
[9:30 at Beuna Vista park? Adtr?s?l
ir. .and io cents.
?MMWMMMMMMM
Wt YOUS m m Will
lt you suffer from ecsernn. Itch,
pimples, ?tc, give.Eemerlne a trial. It
tlie Honing; allays the irritation
and soon your akin ?B restored to a
healthy condition. For ?ale by Evans'
Pharmacy, Anderson; Y/. W. Griiiln,
Po'ser; Horton's pharrhaey, Belton;
Donald Drug Store, Hone* Path; Bu
forl-Grifflb Co., Williamston.
m?w WHVJ(ny ii?rrT'*~:iiiaeV|i''[M1'
Small 'classes, with close p
Fourteen -teachers, with ac
students.
Special attention to the hes
Campus of 3% acres. Bas!
Cia! tr-? sui.:ub;?
Cooperative government, 1
aided and encouraged to g
the home life i&Jhe Colleg
mder the control of the Ba]
se of study leading to the dt
ly fine Department of Mus
zs in Domestic Science and I
ctiori has been made in the
e present economic demanc
your daughter.
for New
Nfljfis^Bw!)
Sweeping Compound
We have a Germ Killing, Sanitary Sweeping Compound
that can't be beat, which we are selling ai a Very Special
Price. This Sweeping Compound oils the Koor, enables
the sweeper to sweep all the dirt out with the least effort
possible. We got this lot at a price and we are going to
give our customers the benefit of our good purchase.
While it lasts, we will sell it as follows:
In 100 pounds cases.$2.25
In lots less than loo pounds at 3c per pound.
Guest Paint Co,
Many rfd? rn??, fu^caiW, if they nhould die tWa week
woTtSdaot lee ve ? cent for their iW32ee>
Do yo? ace the point?
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MUWAIU LIFE
M. M. MATT?SON, General Ageist j j
C. W, WEBB, District Aga***
J. J. TROWBRIDGE, Spsdbl Ageist
C, IL TR?Bf?LE, Sp^lrf A?*JJJI
tires.
Opposite fhs Palmetto
N.Malt>
Sf55559fi9?
ital attt
[he needs
and ph;
?y which students, under careful direction, are
pvern themselves in all matters pertaining ro
>tist denomination* but is absolutely non
?gree of A. w
r
Domestic Art.
W W'
cost of attendance. The prices are low
{$, and high enough to ensure care and safety

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