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At Spurtanburgl Anderson 4, lut
At Spartanburg 2 Anderson 0, 2nd
At Gaffney 7 Greenville 4.
WATSON AND SJMNEY WERE
IN SPLENDID FORM AT
But When Bull's "Bully Boys'
Find Him On Home Grounds
WH1 Be "Bad for Guthrie"
Spif'tunburg, July M;--Spartan
burg and Anderson played two fast*]
games this afternoon,' Anderson win
ning the first by .thc Bcorc of 4 to 1
and Spartanburg the second by a 2 to
0 score. Tlie two .contesta, wcro among
tile fastest games pulled off on the
locul grounds this season, as the
lidding wan clean and a very small
number of hits wer "! made by, either
team. Wa'tpon tiutpitched Fanella in
thc first affair, not only m the number
of hits allowed, -but also in thc fact
that he did not allow thom to be
hunched an Pnnolla did in the sixth.'
Tho second game was a pitchers bat
tle between Summey and Guthrie,
with thc odds in favor of the latter.
Guthrie won his seventh straight vier
tory when he chalked ,up thc gamo to
day. He has allowed but 22 hits' al
together in Hie seven games. Watson
lifted a high one for a homer in the
Drat gam.>. Dean won the second
game for (the Tip Tops In thc sixth
with a double to left center, scoring
Thc box. score-first game:
, . AB R H PO A E
Robinson, rf.. .'. .. 4 0 0 0 0 0
Graydon, If.3 1 0 0 0 0
Childers, 2b.P. 1 1 4 2 0
Bull, lb.. .. 3 0 0 10 0 0
Ripley. 3b..3 0 1 1 1 0
Vaughan, c.3 0 1 4 2 0
lloyce, cf.. ..... ..3 0 0 0 0 0
Dullard, ss.. .-. .. 3 0 0 2 3 2
Watson, p.. ...... .3 ..1 1 .0.20
28 4 5 21 ?0 21
. ?. AB R H PO A E
Pov/dcn, Jfv. 3 0 0 2 0 0
McArthuri. tb.. .... 3 0 0 8 0 0
Coblo, rf.. - ..311300
Lockerbie, 3b.. .... 3 0 0 2 1 0
Hodghi, 2b. 3 0 6 0 0 1
Camp, ss.. 2 0 0 5 1 0
Martin, cf ...... 2 0 2 0 0 0
Parndia, p..1 ? 0 0 0 0
22 1 3 21 2 1
Score by 'innings-' .
Spartanburg .. ..000 100 0-1 3 lj
Anderson* ... .. 1.001 003 0-4 5
v Andersen. .
* AB R H PO A .El
Robinson, rf 3 0 0 0 0
Graydon, rt. .. /A i; 3 D 0 -0 0_
Childara, "2b..'. 3 0 O*'-* '6
Pull, lb.. .-.-.2 0 1 '9 O'
. Ripley, 3b .3 0 l l 0
. Vaughan, c.. ..30131
Boyce, cf...3 ,0.0 0 ,0 ?L|J
Ballard, ss... .. ..2 0 0 1 3
Summcy;;D... .. 2 0 0 0 1
24 0 2 18 ll
AB R H PO A E
Bowden. If 3 0 0 1 0 0]
McArthur, lb.. :... 3 01 8 0
Coble, rf i. .. '31000
Hodgln, 2b.'.2 1 13 3
Dean..c.. .. ... .. 3~y 1 7 1 .
Lookerbie, Sb. f 0 4 1 0
Martin, cf.. .... 1/0 0 0 0
. Camp, sai.. .. ..2 0.0 .0 4
GntWftc.p.V V. .'. 2 O j) 0 1
.score hy .innings-^, H
Sparmtfmir* - ..000 O02x-2 3
Carp entier Receives^' Ovation
At Undon^Ui^n (fii Ar
. '' % rival There |
(By Associated Press.)
London,- July, 14-Georges Car
pcntler, t^e\*>renjBb%..5h8JBipl0B, who
wljr meet Gunboat. Smith; the Ameri
can heavyweight, in a 20 round fight
fight at Olympia Thursday, caine to,
London today. He. was given a dem
onstration that for sise and enthusi
asm' would not have been accorded a
popular foreign monarch. '
Traffic' in the Btraud' wai ? com
pletely hlockcd, Horses - were Mutti
immersed aftd pprsplrtpg French' ad
mirers dragged their hero's carriage
to a -hb'tW. followed* by -an Immense
: crpwd that cheered most ot the'way.
C?rpenti?r was conceited to show
himself on th?' hai?ony- bf the ?hotel,
wherc^ho received another vppUer?U?!
reception; ' 'W?ie? aced later .Oarp?ri
" tier eaid: ? - - ", ,' .'?
believe- th?t- tti>?ll h? a hard
.'; vfiitht?; 'r?^havd been; warned
boat'Seth's' terrible punch, t
can tak? punishment :?'jsnii
do- ?H f knew how to win.??
. iV Jo expected twenty thousand per
sona-''?UT-, witness the fight, Extra
. *. HER?
vagant prices oro being offered for
Smtb looks to be in perfect condi
tion. P .:>
At New York-Chicago rain.
At Phlladelphh?/St. Louis, rain.
At -Dosten 2; Cleveland 1.
At' Washington 0; Detroit 2.
* PresIdent Saw dame, <,
Washington, July 14.-Dubuc hud
the better of Ayers today and Detroit
won 2 to 1. Cobb was beck In the
J inc -up todav. but did not get a hit
President Willson wltb his daughter,
>rx3. McAdo?, saw the game, lt was
his first appearance this season at the
ball park. Ayers was taken out in thc
elghlh-" to allow Schaefer to bat1 for
?on-oit .OOO OOO 1)M-G 8
AVashlngton .. ..OOO OOO OOO-0 8 4
Dubuc and Stanage; Ayers, Shaw
and Williams.'. : .. /. .. ..
Shore Delivered thc (Hoods.
Boston, July Xi.-Boston defeated
Cleveland 2 to 1 today. Shore, a
pitcher qbtatned from thc Baltimore
internationals, holding thc visitors to
Cleveland'.. .. . .000 001 OOO-1 2 2]
Boston.000 llO.OOx-2 8 1
Steen and.O'Neill; Shore and Cady.
At Plttsburg-Brooklyn, rain.
At Cincinnati 3; Philadelphia 5 (1st |
At Cincinnati 5; Philadelphia 2 (2nd |
At Chicago 8;. New York 12.
At St. Louis 3; Boston 2.
Mathewson Was Hit Hard.
Chicago, July 14.-iNew York re
gained the ground lost yesterday by
defeating Chicago today 12 to 8. The
margin between the leaders is now
four and one half games. Mathewson
played the role ot rescuer, but was
found for nine hits.
New York ..301 105 Oil-12 13
Chicago . ; . .101 301 030-8 " 12 3 j
Demafee, Mathewson and McLean;'
. Cheney, Lavender and Bresnahan, |
Hargrave. L f -' '.
Split a Double.
Cincinnati. Jnly 14.-Philadelphia
and Cincinnati divided a double
header here today, the visitors taking
the-, first game 5 to 3, and the locals
tho second 5 to 2.
PmS?Sphia '.. .001 100 020-^5 ? <
Cincinnati ,,v .... 000* Oil, 001-8 ? 9 .1
Alexander and KUlIfer; Tingling,
Schneider and Erwin, Gonzalos.
Philadelphia . oio ooo 010-2 5
dacinoatL;,,:,.,. .030 j30O,,pOx^#lO? U
Tuneup, Baumgartner and Burns;
BeptQh, and Erwin.
' Two Sacker Won danie.
St. Louts," july lV.-^Riggert'B two
base drive in th? ninth Inning count
ing C. Mille*- and Huggins, enabled
St. Louis t win from Boston today
3 to 2. .
Boston.. .. ? .000 110 ' ?0&-2 13
St. Louis.000 100 002-3 8 ll
Tyler and Whaling; Perdue andi
. At Kansas City 7; Indianapolis 2.
At Baltimore Sr sBtnTalo f%i (1st
gather;.' .-. . . '"fir, - J.
At Baltimore 7; Buffalo 2M2nd?ame
^-called Tth' lnnnlc to -catch train).r>
At BrooklynrPKtahurg, rain. . "./
, At rQhlcsgh nVsi^ouls 0, .
! Chicngo, July 14.-Chicago hatters
today enjoyed a field .day beating St..
Louis ll tb 0. . ,"
; 'Score- ...'
gt. Xfliuls.. '..' . .OOO 000 000^0 7 '3:
hiCRgo..r .,. 000 *4SfO* 051-11 13 1;
! Keupper? jforbort and Chapman;:
Lapge and ^on^JBjoCkf ^ f? ^ v ,
The lucky Thl?L
(kansas City; Jury 14.^K?ne?s City's
ono big ?nhlng^-th? third-today net
ted five runs, enough to win from In
dianapolis. ;, K#t .
Indianapolis.-; v.l10*000*000^2 fy&?
Kansas <3tty.'. . vooo 020 oox-7 ft i
McConnaughey, -Billiard and WsW
ren; Harris ?uia.*?*ter4<r, ? i
_? . - ?<... :>;.f 1
. SaliWre -Won 0onMe ?tai r1
Baltiniorei dnly^aj?^8?l?hnoiro too* \
two games from Buffalo 3 to 1 and
thlrS^Y V9^tii%f>ly' f"*^1 *nt0;
B?lMhf?re?^'^^ ^toOx^Bo 7 :'2,
?^^ftfev??^ <W0 001-1'? 3 ll
jfegj^end: Jacklitsoh ; Krapp.Wood-?
|a^^^ ?_, , |
Qohia and ja<?kilteeh; Moran ' and
Lavlnge.- , ,
' >.?*$S?'&:' ?:r::\-"r-r.:-.f'r v '-. '
rp] I -!> 3- Xs " 8 *. S "v J!
J'S WHERE WE
lista Park at
W L. Pct
Spartanburg .. .. ... ..io 8 .55?
Anderson. 8 7 .633
Greenville.8 ?.' .471
Gaffney. 7 9 .438
W. L. Pct.
Charlotte .43 27 .614
Durham .41 28 .594
Wlustoto.37 30 .552
raleigh. 33 37 .471
Greensboro.27 41 .397
Asheville . . . . . . .. . .25 43 .3681
W L Pct I
c H?Tafton. . .n 7 .er.o
Albany.14 9 .609]
Col uni bu R.13 9 .591
Augusta.. .13 9 .591
Columbia. ..ll 12 .4781
Savannah. I. ..10 13 .435
Macon.. '. 8 12 .400 I
Jacksonville..',, .v .. ..6 17 .2611
< W L Pct I
Mob Ho... -49. .40 .551
Atlanta.46 3S .548
Birmingham.46 40 .535
r?bdtf??oogn.47 41 .534
New Orleans.47 40 .541
Nashville.45 33 .511
Memphis.?.. .. ..37 49 .430
Montgomery..'-., .1 ..42 57 .424
W L Pct I
Philadelphia .45 31 .592]
Washington .43 3C .544
Detroit.. ...45 37 .538
Chicago.42 36 .538
St. Louft.42 38 .525
Boston . ...42 38 .525
New York.. :.30. 45 .400
Cleveland .. .: Wf ?.- ..26 51 .338
Na t Ional.
W li Pct
New York .. .. .. ..44 30 .595
Chicago*. .. .42 37 .532
St Louis.41 39 .513
Philadelphia.. .. .. _36 26 .500
Cincinnati. 38 40 .487
Pittsburg..'..34 37 .479
Brooklyn.'..33 37 .471
Boston.. .. .V.Vi. .? ? ..33 42 .440
.. ? . Federal.
;~r- ? '? ; w l? Pct
Chicago .. .. .. -.46 '80 .605
Indianapolis...41 33 .554
Brooklyn .... .38 33 .535
Buffalo .. ...36 35 .507
Baltimore.-....4.0 35 '.533
Kansas City.. .. .. . .86 34 .514
Pittsburg.- ..' .30 41 .423
St. LoulB. . M?.. '.45, ..423
At Providence 6; Baltimore 7.
At .Rochester 6; Toronto 5.
. At Buffalo-Montreal, rain.
At jet^y City-Nevvarki :raln. :
' American Association
At . Columbus-Minneapolis, both]
games postponed," rain. ?
At Cleveland 5.; Kansas City 8.
At -Indianapolis,.?: Mlnpoapqlis 9.
g-1at5?ui0vlfte'6: st Paul 5>r / :
sotnrnwT LEAGUE I
At MemphlB 1; Mobile 10. :?>
At Birmingham t ; Atlanta 5.
At Chattanooga 5; New Orleans 7.
Called 7tb, darkness. . .
At Nashville-Montgomery, ..rain.
At -A?b?sta'4; Jacksonville's Ul
innings, 1st game). - ' ? J
At.-Augusta 1; Jacksonville ? (2ndi)
game; 7 innings "by Agreement).
At Columbus y ; Savannah 0.
AtVAlbahy 5; Columbia 3.
At Macon 1; Charleston L. .(ia. in-:|
ningi, ^jWM&^fe,^ .?i ' tT "
c.rSv . ;.- . ;r m,?*K :
A^ j&rtsnio^th 3 ; Richmond ti.
At RVanoke 3; NorfolK 1.
Atj-pet?febufr18; j NoW)j?rt Newav 4
:.' B*?? Petersburg .1; Nowport NOWBIJ
At Winston-Sal em 7; Raleigh 0.
At purhan^-t^arloltp rain.,
No othei ? jfeportedl.- . f:
PJ??g ^mTBATEO ./
And Wife Was" Arrested for Assisting
I g ?*n Husband to. Kscape. . ..
Akanta; 'JtiiV? ?''ii.i&to'' .parrylW
UNrt*td th?rrS?ftopcounty Jail tflth1
which . her husband 'partially sawed
feSs way ^rr?mntf'Mrs.W.rT>ean
8f i**'?arnett drr*&t<&being held at
im pollco'station. Dean was recently
sontenced tb a year in th?' gang for'
passing ? forged check', ile oe c u pi ed
a OMI WHhMj; C.- Stmmo??i; anoth e r? ul J
leged. forger, and bis. wife has hoon1
calling rvguj ar ly with clean laundry
ijffifcv. 7 * , ,< i^i *&hi*-rW
r>. wt?? Bchcdulod to l?ate the
io chain gang ho had no ?time;
V they cm dd nut cover-tho
he ?aw Wrs. -Dean had bop >
the .laundry. ;, A "turnkey
found feevoral hors sawn nearly
through t\nd fruited tho plot.
4:30 This Af
GAFFNEY WON AGAIN
WALLOPED POPE'S OUTFIT I
BY SCORE OF 7 TO 4
MCCOLL WAS STAR
Conceded By the Gaffney Fans |
To Be the Best First Sacker
Gaffney; July 14.-In u fast and ex
citing game the Gaffney Gamecocks
defeated Greenville by a score of '
to 4. Ingle, on the mound for the lo
calB, outpitched Griffin, for the visit
ors. at all stages of the game.
Greenville made two runB in the
first when Jeffries got on first on an
error and was followed by Poteat
with a home run. The visitors made
two more acores in the fourth by
Pope's single being followed by
three-bagger from Jackson's bat and
another error on the part of the lo
Two runB were made by the locals
in the fourth when McColl made first
safely on an error and was followed
by Hoard's home -rim. Another was
added In the. sixth and tn tho seventh
the entire Greenville team weakened
allowing the locals to edd three more
to their total.
OafTney secured the last run In the
Mccoll, tb? local first sacker, did
some of the best base Tunning ever
seen on tho local diamond- besides cov
ering his position without an error.
He got safely ou first three times and
made two runs although he secured
only one hit. Local Tans considor Mc
coll the tost first -baseman in the
league which ls a Reserved reputation.
The entire Gaffney-team-played well;
Hoard on short made .several sensa
tional plays/ Oglcsr-y secured four
hits out ot five Mines Up and DeShlelds
played his usual 'steady game. The
box score: v
. Name ABRHOAE
Roberts, ss ...,400141
Jeffrids'/e."."'. V .... ' o ' 0 o i
Poteat, rf.. 4 1 V 0 0 0
?ope, lb.. 1 ".. ..4 T 2 14 0 2
Cheek. If. ..4 ? 0 i b 0
Jackson* cf.. .. 4 1 2 0 0 1
Stweart, 2b.3 0 '0 0 4 1
roberts, S, 3b.. ..3 0 0: 2 1 0
Griffin, p.:.? 0 0 0 3.0
33 4 Tr 24 12 6
Oglesby, 3b. 5 1 4 0 0 2
DeShiclds, If. 5 0 0 3 1.0
Moore, B., cf.4 0 l l 0 1
Moore, Jj, 2b.. ' ..401220
McColl, lb.. ..- 4 2 1 12 0 0
Hoard, :ss ........ 4 1 21 fi 1
Jenkins, rf.. ... ..4 0 1 1 0 0
GaineB, c...4 2 1 7 0 0
Ingle, p.. .. ..41-0010
38 7 ll 27 10 4 j
Score by innings:
Greenville.2Cff 200 000-4, 5 Oj
Gaffney.;. ? .OOO 201 3lx-7 ll 4r
Two base hits-Jenkins. - /
Three base hit?-Oglesby,. Jackson.
Home Tun?-Heard, . Poteat. i
Base on balls-Off Griffin!.
Left on bascs-T-Gaffney.^7; Green
Struck out-By fnglo 6; by Griffin 4.
Sacrifice hits-DeShlelds, 2.
Stolen bases-Oglesby, Moore, J.,|
DeShlelds, McColl, Moore, B., Pope.
Hit by pitched ball-Ingle.
Double plays-Retorts, Xi., to Pope]
to Roberts, S. '
Time ol game 1:45. ; Umpires Tat
tersall and Byora. Attendance 2S0.
O O O O O o o o o o o o o o]
6 STATE NEWS o
OOO o o o o o o o O o o o,j
' Vita. Medora Duncan, widow of the
late Bishop Vi. W. Duncan, died In j
Spart?nbiirg Monday night.
idu?'? a bill "calling for an appropria
tion of $60,000 tor the. farmers who
were lured b)f the,' recent hail storm.
It Is hollQve^ 'th?t'the labor trouble
at Monaghan mills will be settled dur
ing tlie present week.
Two hundred . rat traps will .bel
p?acetf tn: warehouses-and other places
in the city of Charleston as a pr oca u- ]
Mon against *he .bubonic? plague.
' In ?i Vrflfte? opini?n. Attorney Gen
oral Thoma? H. Peoples stated that
tho board of regents Mas without au
thority to grant the uso ol a purl ot
til 2 hew .asylum land as a site for a
tuberculosis camp, which ii?-lo b"
erected and maintained hyvtbo' ?tafe
leard ot health. . The last/^oaslon >f
the legislature .mude an aurpoprJail jn
o?tt&W)d for the cartip. The,attorney
'general construes tlife act authorizing
Stho /'State park purchase*, to mean
that |t1*B?>??d ls to be used solely for
tho uso of buildings for the ' cars of
-the Insane and relieve tho congested
condition now at tho ?tate hospital
for the insane
The Testimonay of T. D. Jones
Was Bone of Contention for
(By Associated Press.)
Washington. July 14.-The Sonate
in executive session today fought for
live hours over the issue of making
public toFtiiuony of Thomas D. Jones,
of Chicago, nominee for member of
the Federal reservo board, before the
banking and currency committee,
which last week voted to recommend
Nothing was accomplished in the
long debate, at times heated, and
further consideration was deferred
until majority and minority reports of
the banking committee arc submitted,
Opponents of Mr. JoncB' con
firmation who base their opposition
on the fact that he is a director of
the International Harvester Company
under Indictment of tho government,
carly in the day sought to have the
record of the committee hearing In
the case made the mattoe- of .public
record. Senator Stone immediately
insisted on an executive session and
the doors weve cloned.
Thon Senator Hitchcock, acting
chairman of the banking and cur
led cy, committee, made tho sugges
tion in the form of a motion, urging
uecessijty for publicity in view of thc
controversy that has arisen with sev
eral .' Democratic senators openly
fighting President Wilson's candidate
for the post.
When Senator Hitchcock concluded
he was vigorously attacked by Sena
tor Dlair Leo, of Maryland, a' Demo
cratic member of the banking com
mittee, for making public some of' the
verbatim testimony In the JoneB' bear
ing several days ago. This evtdenco
was printed in several newspapers
and the Maryland Senator charged
Senator Hitchcock with responsibili
ty for making public testimony helf
ar. executive without tho consent of
other members of the committee o>
the Senate. Senator Lee was mildly
supported by Senators Hollis and
Shafrotb, also majority members of
Senator Reed, of Missouri, the other
Democratic member of the com
mittee who opposes Mr. Jones* con
firmation, de rend ed ' Senator Hitch
cock an,d pleaded for publication of
the entire record. Other Democrats
ur?ed that the occasion did not call
foV shatering the rules of thc Senate
^oncoming executive nominations.
Senator Bristow, Republican, cham
pioned the Hitchcock motion,, and
Senator Borah also spoke for ' pub
Finally, it was agreed to delay ac
tion on Senator Hitchcock's motion
pending submission of majority and
Toward the. close of the, debate
Senator Lewis, of Illinois, who ls
leading' the fight for Mr. Jones' con
ni mation, announced that he would
vote for thc fullest publicity.
Today's . debate indicated that the
fight against ' confirmation ot Mr.
Jones will bc tho bitterest that has
occurred over any nomination in the
Wilson administration, but adminis
tration leaders expressed confidence
tonight that they had the votes to as
sure thc confirmation.
No action was taken today concern
ing the nomination of Paul M. War
burg, of New York, who still refuses
to appear before the committee.
DRANK KEROSENE AM? DIED
Sade Fate of a Little One At
Belton, July 14.?-A 15 months old
child of C. P. Hand, living In the
mill village, while playing around1
thc room , got hold of some kerosene
that was In an old coffee pot, Mon
day afternoon''sind' drank a sufficient
quantity to cause death. A phys lean
was cal lcd-immediately -alter the dis
covery was made and "succeeded -In'
evacuating the child's stomach of the
oil -hut the-' poison j had- been ' absorbed
and death ensued in a - coupl? ' of
hours.. ' The burial win be Tuesday
afternoon at 2 o'clock--In the Belton'
".?Witntfc to -'Serve Hemehce. ;
Atlanta, Gu., July 14.-^-Jim Conley,'
accused and convicted as accessory
to Leo Frank in tho famous--Phagan
case, ls -growing tired of waiting in
jail while'his lawyer wastes time try
ing to appeal the case, lie sent word
to the judge today that he wanted to
get out en the1 chaingang and serve
his year's sentence. The judge prob
ably will aecommodato him. ,
Fork Noi 1 Club.
J. M. Uroyles, secretary Fork No.
l democratic club. .Will be at. Double
Springs school house nest- Saturday
afternoon, July .18, from 3 to: 6 o'clock
for the accommodation of persons
in that neighborhood who wont to get
their names on the .dab- .rolls. >
Benth of an Infant
il uss ell Stirling- -Frisbee,'-tho four
months old son of Mr. a. W. Ffrfetoee,
died at the home of his grandfather;
RV T. Barton, 1426 South ??oDafufl
street ; carly: Tuesday .morning.. Mr.
Frisbee, father pf the child, ls tn Ma
con, Ga. The funeral arrangements
have been deferred until he arrives
Where They Flay Today
Spartanburg at Anderson.
Greenville at Gaffney.
o TIMELY VERSE o
MY FHA Y Kit
(.Coraline Reynolds in LOB Angeles
Let rac bo truo enough to meet each
Yet if a friend whose Borrowed
heart has been undone
Asks me for comfort where in truth
there can be none. !
Then let me grasp his groping hand
-and kindly lie.
And if my neighbor docs those things
I think are ill.
Let me not judge! Who knows
what tangled taunting skein
Fate may 'have woven to have mesh
ed his heart In pain
Would I have smoothed the evil knot
with half his skll?
Since I must play the game of life,
this IB my prayer,
Though I may lose. Iel me preservo
a smiling face,
Let me scorn tho weak who faller
in the race;
Let mo be merciful-let me play fair.
IT COULDN'T BE ?ON II
Somebody-said lt couldn't b e done.
But hp with a chuckle replied:
That "maybe couldn't." but hu
would be'one v
Who wouldn't say till hd'd tried. '
So he buckled right in,* with" a trace
of a grin
On his face, ir he worried i*.s**???d
He started to sh:g P." he taqkled tho
That couldn't be done-nnd lie did.
Somebody scoffed: "-Oh, you'll never I
At least no one ever l-,a3 Cone it;";
But he took off bia coat au? ii J iJ?i.'
off his hat
And the first thing we knew he'd
With-a lift of his chin and a bit of
. a(grin, ...
Without any doubting or quUdlU~
He started to eiug as he tack;./, '.'.ie |
thing " 8 '.' *
That couldn't bo done-and *he dh*
.i - ft- t ; . . s\>>. . ur ?ij ? . '
There sro thousands who will tell you
1t--can't be done ,
There are thousands who prophesy
There are thousands to point' ont to
you, one by one,
The dangers that await to- assail,
But just buckle In with a blt of a
erin, , >- " ..
Then take off your coat and go to iL
Just start in to sing ns you tackle thc
That "cannot be done"-and you'll
GET YO?? BAGGAGE READY
Edward Smith be needs our votes, I'm
Jonnie at the front:
Witb hoys arrayed nnd votes in hand.
that go to Coley's flunk.
'Tis votes that count on 'lection day
and Edward will be beat;
And home he'll come to plow the mule,
while Coley takes his scat.
Its luck to Ed to bava this, chance, of
coming home- to tell
Just What he did in Washington when.
the price of cotton fell.
He patted John D. on tho hack and
saya - I'll ! make lt -swim :
.The axe you dropped in spader creek,
he handed back to him.
Now Coley-get your baggage packed.
and don't forget your grip:
That you now hold on the boys at:
home when you have made the
.. twp; -.? . ?i ....... ?
Tell Cousin Bennie howdle for me, oh
shako that faithful band
That laid ?the boys In '92 and left them
in-the sand. rt _
When -you've been there for twenty,
years and would like still tb
bold your seat.
Just think of those who's gone before'
that led us to defeat. >->
Now -if the price of cot toi: .falls or
should soar up high.
We'll thank our Lord for 1% and never
a3k yon why. -' ?<??'? ? i
Now, boy*, he -euro -and place your
name .upon the proper sheet, .
That it may shine on 'election day to'
save us from defeat. * .'
Belton,' 8.' G& July lo, 1914,
. Appolnbeents Cslled In,
Rev. J..T. Mann, who wa?- *o
preached next Sund-.- :.?'. *:.' ., ar
Broadmouth ehrrcii. i.v? <*t night at
Chlquola church, l?onea -Path, - has
called in these appointments for the
presest, > account of unforeseen con
ditions lo his work, which mukea it
his duty to.de;so, ,, ;J, TtWMANN. j
i ^Leisure/.' says Deacon Wv C. 4>almer,
"lo no time to loaf. It's a tims to dei
those things y?u'vo been wanting to
: ' ' ' i
* T. Frank Watkins San? i* K**3?C
* WATKINS ? FBJN?S J
* Attorneys and Coun????ft?-Ktt?W *
* 1st Floor Birchley Bldg.,
* Anderson, 8.C".~. ' J<
SAYRE ft BALDWIN
Blet-kl ey Bldg. Anderson, S. C .
Cltlsens National Bunk Bldg. *
Raliegh, N.C. .
km ; . . - \u
CASEY ft PANT ?
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Anderson, 0. C. ' - *
Brown Office Building *
Second Floor, rhone 268 ?
* Blt. L. II. SNIDER .
? V?TEBINAR? SURGEON *
. Fret well Co. Stnblo ' i .
- .* . ,? . . a, ,
* l'lionc ?I. Anderson, H. C. *
? pl atjS^^aa
J ^T^ytorT&i )4i , Jil
S ^^reat?t '. S
|] ? buir? ?ir,* "iut>ifl I
i Ai,/ i^feftjfr^ J
I Good Cream
i * j??^ M?5?T0f lt. 1
?eek rurilrer, fast sea?***?"'* 'i -
specialise on these troubler! and
can ghe you that * flhfWi ' Od
ttork Us?t., snells satisfaction.
Trices ?3.00 to *5.CO: UpV?. Hov
pairs 10c np.1 ' .
- ." - i - ....*?*> ?? nt ?irr? .
DUM. R. CAMPBELL
fi rou nd floor-telephone COB- '
-: .-?.efUoh??' . '? ". ' '-V ? r ...
V ..J. . . .? ,
Use a little extra rooney to |
good etfva&iage just o?w?
Haven't you someth&jtto*?ejtf
Do you own -something you ne?
longer use,.but wiiich if o0e?di|
at n bargain price ^Sf?v ap
peal at once to some ono wno
does need it? r"\ J
i t An INTELLIGENCER Wkaftf
Ad wil? turn the trick.. ? > , ?
I..-SHONE 321 - -
? f H K ?i K ffi Mi tfi ? ifi^ IS ?5
B. B. Bleekley , Ol
rkone 6?L. . JB?ojnn ?7.
AnsTfcrn all calls day or tr^gati &aefi* j
$ !* $ S S ? W??tfi