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Mill League Games ? ? ? STANDING OE TUB CLUBS. ? ? ? ? + ? S'ESTKiiDAY'S RESULTS. ? ? ? Southern Won. Lost. New Orleans. 59 44 Birmingham. 67 43 Memphis. 66 45 Nashville. 63 60 Atlanta. 4? WI Mobile. 48 62 Chattanooga. 42 69 Little Hock. 38 Ul American. Won. Boston. 68 Chicago. 6* Detroit. 67 Washington. 47 New York. 44 Philadelphia. 82 ?t Louis. 38 Cleveland. 36 Lost. AW 35 36 46 17 61 r.r? 57 P. C. 57:5 67<? 551 515 49.". 41)1) 416 381 P. C. 637 6-4 or; 5 IO 484 :M4 401? 387 America ii League. Al New York 2; Chicago 1. AI Philadelphia 1 ; Cleveland 0. Al Washington 3; St. Louis 5. At Huston 4; Detroit 1. National League. At Chicago 7; New York rt. At Chicago -'; New York 9. Ai Pittsburgh 5; Brooklyn o. At Pittsburgh 6; Hrouklyn 4. At St. Louis 2; Philadelphia 1. At SI. Louis 0; Philadelphia 8. A4 l iucinnutl 5: Heston 3. HatloaaL Won. Lost. P. C Philadelphia. 51 39 507 Brooklyn '. 49 43 633 Pittsburgh. 47 45 611 Boston. 47' 46 605 Chicago. 46 45 BOU New York. 43 45 48!) St. Louis ....... ?6 60 474 Cincinnati ... r. .. 62 422 FaieraJ. Won. Lost F. C Chicago. 55 40 Kansas City. 64 40 Pittsburgh. 51 41 Newark. CO 44 Brooklyn. 44 64 Buffalo. 43 56 Bsltimore. 34 60 St. Louis. 60 44 579 674 561 532 449 434 302 632 Federal League. Ai St. Louis 1 : Iluffnlo 0. At St. Louis o; ?inHalo 1. At chirac,o 7; Newark 6. At Chicago 2; Newark 3. At Kansas City 2; Baltimore 1. At Kansas,City 2; Baltimore 1. At Pittsburgh 4; Brooklyn 2. Southern League. At Chattanooga 2; Birmingham 4. At Chattan unga 0; Birmingham 6. At Little hock 2; Atlanta 8. At Nash ville 4; New Orleans 5. At Memphis 3; Mobile 2. Ten In ning?. ^.^^. EQUINOX WIN'S CLOSE GAVE. Fremont, G.-While Lester Pawsey was automobiling Sunday, a bug flow into hts esr. The services ot two phlalcians and the aid of chloroform were necessary to remove the bug. Went for 12 Innings-Score Was ff to &. The Equinox Mill baseball team de feated the Gluck Mill team yesterday fat< moon lu a game played at the I iruna Vista park by tho score of G to 6. The contest waa very close going for 12 innings. The batteries were: Equinox, Gas saway and English; Gluck, Edwards and McDonald. "-'4 E??ie Collins Drinks |2 -considere it thc premier, all-'round wholesome ^fe* f?> thirst-quencher for athletes. Thia cornea -well ^? TOM fr001 one ?* "whom Comiskey so id, ofter paying - S50.000 for him-*'I secured him for the "White H tlffl Sox fans because I believe he will prove that he == ^?T^TT?? is the greatest exponent of quick M^Ugjf?g??g? thinking and the brainiest player in 5= I wf?? the game." 5j ? Wf?s/f? . # Demand tho genuine and W&fa^^^jBf ovoid diaappuintmcnt ^^^B^y THE COCA-COLA CO. X^ I 91 ty// ATLANTA. GA. CIDER MILLS and PRESSES We have the kinds that will make GOOD CIDER with the least work and worry GET ONE NOW Sullivan Hardware Company Makes Fastest Mile Ever Run. Norman M. Tuber in Ardon Norman S. Tabor, the fastest mile runner athelities bave ever seen, is the new sensation ot the sporting world, ilo beat nil records, amateur ?and professional, at the Harvard Sta I dlum the other day when he made a mlle In 4 minutes 12 3-5 seconds. The professional record had been held by A study of Taber's Fajf&aVI W. C. Or argo, rwho made ftti| tinta, in 4 minutes 12 3-4 seconds, iq finsft land twenty-nine years ago.. >u4 amateur .Tucura waa ....nie ~j - - Paul Jones, tho great Cornell racer, on thc Harvard Stadium track in 1913. He got over tho distance in 4 minutes 14 2-8 seconds. The 1915 Type, Ideal American Girl. In tho opinion of Count Z. P. Niko las!, the Greek pointer who was ons of the jury of distinguished artists who selected Electro, Goddess of Prosperity, Miss Florence Cassasa, the winner of the nation-wide beauty competition, la the Ideal type of tho American girl or today. Miss Cassasa is Junoesque In stature and potr-osscs those delightful proportions that art ists seldon- rind. Mis Casern Ra's classic features will be reproduced more'than one hundred million times during the national irado but ming campaign which cul minates in Electrical Prosperity Week. Nowomber 29 lo December 4, 1915, and which will be celebrated in every city and town In tho country. The movement was set la motion by the j electrical interests Which are SM hers of tho Society tor Electrical I Development These concerns navel Investments of more thon 83,000,000, 000 and aim to make prosperity hs! G.IB age of electricity a real and abld- j lng blousing to the nation. Major And Minor Leagues -J LEADING MAJOR LEAGUE BATTERS - Cobb Ha? Highest Average, Dau be rt Leads Nationals and Magee Tops Federal. Chicago, July 31.-Daubort, nf Brooklyn leads tho Nat ional League baters, who have played half their sames up to last Wednesday, accordi lng to ligures published here today. His average is .327. Merklo of New York has .32.'i, and Doyle of New York .323. Snyder of St. Louis has .323 and ?roh of Cinc innati .315 and Ludcrus ur Philadelphia .311. follow. Cravat li, Pliiledelphia, who scorcJ *.."? runs, leads. Cobb with .405, leads the American league. Then comes E. Collins of Chicago .342; Jackson of Cleveland, .:!22; Veach or Detroit. .320; Speaker nf I teston and Crawford of Detroit Ita? .323. Cobb, with 95 runs and 02 stolen bases, leads. Magee of Brooklyn witli .353 leadr. the Federal. Then comes Easterly or aKnsaa City. .333; Kauff, Brooklyn, .352, and Campbell, Newark, .331. LEGAL NOTICES STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA. COUNTY OF ANDERSON. Court of Common Pleas. Mrs. Lizzie Burton, as administra trix, of the estate of Miss Jane Lev crett, deceased, Plaintiff, against Mrs. Nannie Powell, Defendant. To the defendant above named: You ore hereby summoned and re quired to answer tho complaint in this action, of which a copy is here with served upon you, and to serve a copy of your answer to the said com plaint on the subscriber at their of fices in the Bleckley Building at An derson, South Carolina, within twen ty days after the service hereof, ex clusive of thc day of such service; and if you fail to answer thc com plaint within the time aforesaid, the plaintiff in tills action will apply to the court for the relief demanded in thc complaint. Bonham, Watkins & Allen, Plaintiff*; Attorneys. July 23, 1915. , To Mrs. Nannie Powell absent de fendant: You aro hereby notified that the summons and complaint in this action were this day flied in the office of the ju diu? of probate court for An derson County, South Carolina. Bonham, Watkins & All GU, Plaintiffs Attorney, Dated July 23, A. D., 19\5. 7-24-3w-ltaw NOTICE. The Board of Registration of Ander son County will meet the follow.115 appointments to register, renew or transfer certificates: Anderson, Monday, August 2nd. Williamston, Tuesday, August 3rd. Pelter, Wednesday, August 4th. Piedmont, Thursday, August 6th. Pendleton, Friday, August 6th. Townvllle, Saturday, August 7th. Starr, Monday. August 9th. Iva, Tuesday, August 10th. Anderson Court House, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, 11th, 12th, and 13th. W. L. Anderson, W. C. BurrlBS, E. T. Tollison, Board of Registration of Anderson County. NOTICE OE ELECTION. Thore will be an election at Moun tain Creek School House Jn Mountain Creek School District No. 70 on Tues day, August 10, 1915 on thc question of levying an additional special tax or two (2) mills on all of tho property or said district to be used for general school purposes, making a total spe cial levy of four (4) mills on said district. .AU votera must exhibit a registra tion certificate and tax receipt. Polls will open at 8 a. m. and close at 4 p. m. By order of the County Board of Education for Anderson County. J. H. Felton. County Superintendent ot Education. Charleston & Western Carolina Railway To and From the NORTH, SOUTH, EAST, WEST Leaves: No. 22 . . ., , 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. E. WILLIAMS, a P. A., Augusta, Ga. CLASSIFIED COLUMN WAST ADVERTISING BATED Twenty-five words or less, One Time 25 cents, Three Times 50 cents, Six Times $1.00. All advertisement over twenty five words prorata for each ad ditional word. Hates on 1.000 words to be used in a mouth made on application. No advertisement taken for less than 25 cents, cash in ad vance. If your namo appears in the telephone directoiy you can tele phone your wunt ad to .121 and a bill will he mailed after its in sertion for prompt payment. WANTS WANTED-Mules six to ten years of age. Must be Bound and straight. Dring them in and get the cash. The Fretwell Co. 7-18-tL WANTED-You to know that I am still on the Job with the best wood and coal on the market, If you don't believe lt try me. W. O. Clmer, Phone 649. Successor to Piedmont Coal and Wood Co. 4-15-tt ' I"; .1L? WANTED-You to look at pago No. 2 of your telephone directory and j get busy. Do not count the cover as pago No. 1. WANTED-Experienced trimmer to (take charge of millinery depart ment for fall season. Fine proposi tion for right party. Address Trim mer, care The Intelligencer. 8-1-lt. WANTED-Two Intelligent ladles to write subscriptions for NaXonal Farm paper $1.00 per day and ex penses to begin. Rapid promotion. Call Monday 7:30 to 9 a. m., 614 S. Main St. Ask for Mr. Prince. lt FOR SALE FOR SALE-500 bushels choice seed Rye. Address, ?. W. Clayton Brc vard, N. C. 7-31-3jtp. FOR SALE-200 acres located on fine roads 2 miles from Verdery, 4 room house, new barn, 2 tenant houses, 100 acres in cultivation, sandy land with clay sub soil, living stream, fine bottom land, price 112.50 per acre. J. f. Ashmore, McCormick, <S. C. I FOR SALE-Limited amount pure Fulghum (May) oats, 75 cents bush el, f. o. b. here for prompt r-hip meniL Clean, prolific, heavy. D. A. Hutto, Route No. 1 Donalds, S. C. 8-l-3t FOR SALE-Pure native grown Look out Mountain seed potatoes $2.00 per bushel. Plant ns soon au it j rains. Furman Smith, Seedsmnn, Phone 464. MISCELLANEOUS SUBSCRIPTIONS TO DAILY INTEL LIGENCER AT REDUCED PRICE During the Daily Intelligencer con test which closed March. 1914, in or der to secure votes to win the cap ital prize. I purchased a number of subscriptions to the . Dally Intelll- | gencer at the rate of $5.00 a year. In order to get some of the money back which I put into the contest, I will sell a limited number of sub scriptions to the Daily Intelligencer at the rate of $3.00 a yoar to anyone wishing to subscribe or renew their subscription to this paper, or at a rate of $1.25 a year to the Semi weekly Intelligencer. If interested, address P. O. Box'347, Anderson, S. C. 6-17tf WHEN YOU can not see right step in our Optical Department and get Just tho Glasses you need. . Complete grinding plant Byes scientifically tested. Dr. M. It Campbell, louisa S. Hilgcnbookor, assistant, Iiis W. | Wbitner St., Ground Floor. 100 OE TUE BEST farm in Western Carolina; For aale, rent or will trade for city or country property. Write mo your real estate wants. G. A. Banks, Troy, S. C. | 7-26-1 taw-5w. FOR RENT-Two nice store rooms at war time price. Also two 5 room cottages. 'Call at'my office,. 208 tSouth McDufllo St; \>t .J. J. 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Whitner St RUFUS FANT, Jr. ATTORNEY AT LAW Cox-Tovtiiscnd Bldg. Anderson, :-: South Carolina Wear Fro Lix Say &rottf Jgced Consefa Fitted perfectly by our coreetlere $3.50 to $12.60 Mrs. B. Graves Boyd The compounding of a prescrip tion we regard as a matter of most serious importance. We use nothing but the 1 \;,hest ?Quality of Drugs which hav an swered certain standard tes As in drugs^-everything else in the way of medicines-proprie tary remedies and toilet necessities are of the same high standard of Quality. Highest Qaulity-Lowest Price -together v,ith prompt, efficient, polite service is our notto. Get the habit of coming to the ?Quality Drug Store for your every 1 need. W. E. ATKINSON Proprietor H. H. Rosenberg TAILOR FOR MEN 134 North Main EXPERT KODAK FINISHING Developing ami printing dom by artists. Mott I beautiful work guaranteed at all timm 8atUf.vtion Or No Charg*. Dcvrloping, I On Per Film. 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