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coming in almost every day the latest shipment being a car o? -COLUMBUS Come in and let us show then-. They aro 1914 Models. We have a nice line of Pony baggies. ' J. S. FOWLER KUI_.._mUi n <. -! We Have A beautiful lot on the corner of N. McDurhe and Greenville Street that we are offering very cheap. Now is your chance to buy a lot close in at a very small cos-t. We also have a nice business lot on N. Main Street that we willsell cheap. J. FURMAN EVANS CO. Evans Building :: Anderson S C. JJ Glenn Springs Hotel GLENN SPRINGS, S. C. We heg to offer to our friends and patrnnH of (?Jenn Springs ull I fe comforts, courtesy and otto nt lon (hut yours of prac! leal eat pt. teure has taught UN. Absolu tely not liing will he left undone. V . tc nmko you feel that the mern orien that you carry sway of a . ' Rummer spout nt Glenn Springs will ulvrnys lire In your mem ory aa a green spot. ; Our automobile I'UHRcngcr Bus with Pneumatic Tires meets the i ? trains at S pur tu n burg nnd the ride will only take you thirty min utes to the hotel for one dolla r for each passenger. Our auto mobile baggage truck will give you quick service for fifty cents i t P?r trunk. I ;.j First Floor rates are $17.50, [ single or double. Second F I o OT Rooms are $17.50, and $15.00 per week, also single rooms at the same rate, J. Geo. Verhaupr, Mgr. Stulb & Verhauer, Propos. GENESTA HOTEL, Augusta, Ga, H : We Sell -In the End the Cheapest Shade Yon Can Buy : They are'mad? of closely woven cloth without that 'Tilling", .pf chalk and clay which, in the ordinary shade, soon cracks and falls oui in unsighlly "pin holes." Sun won't iii fade il nor* water spot it. It.is supple-not stiff, yet al ? ways h?ng? straight and smooth. I * Made also iri Brenlin Duplea-light on one side and dark ?&k on the other. . \.' \\k A HIGH CLASS SHADE THAT YOU WANT TO SEE ll Tony m Son M ANDERSON.SOUTH CAROLINA M - . . _^_^__ H SPARTANBURG WON A DOUBLE HEADER GUTHRIE PITCHING AGAIN AIDS SPARTANS TO WIN I A PITCHER S DUEL Second Game Was Practically Confined to Opposing Twirl ers-Honors Even (Special to Th? Intelligencer.) Spurtunburg, S. C., Aug. ll. Guthries pitching again enabled the locals to defeat Greenville In two gullies today by tho s oro* of '! to 0 and 2 to 1. Spurtunburg bit Smith hard in the first game, while Green ville never had a smell of oven tiilra base. The second game was a duel be tween Jamison und Guthrie with thc honors abut oven. In the fourth i'opo lined out to center for three bases and scored in roberts hit in tho lust bf the seventh with two our. Coblo was passed and Lockerbie blt a tor liiic grounder which almost knocked shorb stop Itoborts down und then proceeded to go under the fence in left for a homo run, also scoring two und winning tho game. Score first game: Spurtunburg .. ..nm tun x-2 s :'. Greenville .. .. ooo ooo 0-0 3 2 Halterios-Guthrie and Lockerbie; Smith and McDonald. Second game Spartanburg .. . .ooo neo 2-2 r. 2 Greenville .. .. ODO KIO 0-^1 I 0 Halterios-Guthrie nd Lockerbie; Jamison and McDoii VIRGINIA LEAGUE At Portsmouth 2; Richmond G First hame. At Portsmouth 2; Richmond fi Second game. At Newport-News 10; Pa'.oreburg U. Players Engage In Fisticuff. Now York, Aug. H.-Hoger Bresna han, catcher, and Henry Zimmerman, third baseman of the Chicago .Na tionals, engaged in a fist fight on the diamond during today's game with Brooklyn. Umpire Euson terminated the encounter by ordering both men from thc field. A wild throw by Zimmerman, v.'iiich resulted in two Brooklyn run ners scoring In the fourth inning at a Hmo when Chicago was leading, 2 to 0. angered Bresnahan, who directed these Zimmerman tonk offense. Tho some remarks to Zimmerman. 1 fight followed. NATIONAL At New York 2; St. Louis 3-Call ed nt end of f>th, wot grounds. At Philadelphia 5; Pittsburgh 4. At Brooklyn 3; Chlcogo 2. At Boston 0; Clnclnnattl 0-13 In nings, culled darkness. Heavy Hitting Won Philadelphia, August ll-Philadel phia won today's -game from Pitts burgh 5 to 4, by hard hitting In the eighth the homo team drove O'Toole off the rubber by making four sin gles before a man was put out. Ro berts was benched by Umpire John son. Score Pittsburgh _ 103 000 000-4;10: 0 Philadelphia .. 002 999 03x-5:12: I O'Toole, Conzelman and Gibson! Alexander and KUllfer l'lii} ed in thc Rain Brooklyn', Aug ll-Brooklyn won from Chicago In t' - rain today. 3 to 2. Thc winning run came In tho 6th inning on OTViara's scratch hit. Dau bcrt'8 sacrifice hit' and errors by Der rick and Saler. Pierce was aent to tbe club house for talking from tho bench and H re shu 'ian and Zimmer man for engaglr-: In a fight Chicago . r ) 000 000-2; R: S Brooklyn . 030 210 OOx-3; 8; 1 Humphries, V :ghan and Bresna han, Archer; Rugan and Miller ...... Thurn! torm Interforre.l Now York '?.g. ll.-St. Loula de feated New " >rk today 3 to 2 in a ; gamo which waa broken up by a .Thundorator-as St. Louts went to thc bat In tho sixth Inning. A single by Millor ''..-ove In the visitor's win ning run in tho third inning. Score St. Louie . 012 00-3; 6; 2 Now York ........ . Oil 00-2; 4j 2 Doak, Grincr and Snyder;. Mathew ' son and Meyers. Thirteen Inning Tie. Boston, Aug. ll.-Boston and Cln clnnattl played thirteen Innings to a scoreless tie today. Amos had the better of a pitching duel with Tyler. Superb support saved the game for i' tho latter. Score Huston .... 000 OOO 000 000-0; 5;T Clnclnnattl . 000 000 000 000-0;10:'p Tylor and Gowdy; Ames and Ciarko. Wood flestcrod. Woodwork which bas grown dull With time and the accumulation of dust may be restored by first cleaning > thoroughly with kerosene. on ' a flan nel cloth, says the Washington Her ald. ' It should then be polished with a mixturo of two parts of turpentine to one of linseed oil Aprly fois wit* a sort cloth and rub with flannel un til every trace of tho liquid seem* to haye disappeared Repeated applied tiona and continued rubbing u-ilr--git? a rich gloss to wood trim or mahog any furniture. STANDING OF THE CLUBS North Carolina Lcugue. Won LoBt Pct. Durham . 56 36 609 Charlotte . <riG ?8 696 Winston . 51 40 GOO Raleigh . 41 53 554 Asheville . ?8 M 404 Greensboro . ?HI r>5 39G; South Atlantic League. Won Lost Pct. Albany.-'9 16 644 Charleston . 27 17 614 Columbus . 25 19 56S Augusta. 23 22 511 Savannah. 21 22 488 Columbia. 21 24 467 Jacksonville. IR :*'? 333 Macon.16 25 390 Southern League. Won Lost Pct. Birmingham.64 50 504 Mobile.. .: rr.\ .. ?2 49 m\ I New ricans <..-.... 01 . 48 559 Atlanta .. 1 ... ... .nf? Cl 519 Nashville. 56 53. I 514 Chattanooga. 57 56 504 Memphis .... ...... 48 - 6t [ 4441 Montgomery j., .. .. 42 61 408 | American League. Won LoRt Pct. Philadelphia ...... 67 34 663 Boston. 58 45 563 Washington .". 55 47 539 Detroit. 53 51 509 -Chicago. 53 53 500 St. Louis. 50 52 4SC New York. 46 58 442 I f('loveland.3!1 75 . 3051 National League. Won Lost Pct. New York. 57 39 593 St. Louis ........ 54 48 525? Boston .. .?.-.?. 51 46 526 Chicago.p 5 49 520 Philadelphia. '.:> 52 485 i Clncinnattl. 47 55 461 I Brooklyn. 44 52 458 Pitl-iburgh. 43 55 438 Federal League. Won I.ost Pet. Chicago. 58 44 567 Baltimore. 55 44 556 Brooklyn. 60 43 538 Indianapolis. 53 47 530 Buffalo. 50 54 481 Kansas City .. .. ..41 62 458 St Louis .. .... ..?1 57 436 Pittsburgh .. .'. . 12 r.i 429 ....999..8.. AMERICAN At Chicago 2; Cleveland 0-First game At Chicago 2; Cleveland 0-Second game. ,, No others scheduled. '.}?.'. Both on Same Score' ' j ' Chicago, Aug. ll.-Chicago .shut out Cleveland today by the sp.mo score 2 to 0. in cent game of a double head, er. Both contests were pit? hing duels. Weaver's triple followed by a fielder*! choice, gave'the locals the first game, while .Collin's home run in the opening inning of the 2nd game was enough to . win. Jackson made a great run after Fournier's long fly, caught lt and retired the side with the bases filled in the first game. Scores First Game Cleveland . 000 000 000-Ot (t; 4 Chicago . 000 010 lOx-2: 7; 2 Mitchell Collemore and O'Neal; Wolfgang and Mayer. ! Second Game Cleveland . OOO 000 OOO-0; 3; 2 Morton Cou mho and Egan Chicago . 100 010 00x-2: 2: 0 Morton. Coumbe and Egan; Cicotto and Schalk. 1 International League At Baltimore 0:, Toronto:5. At Providence. 9; Montreal 3. At Newark-Buffalo, rain. At Jersey City-RocheBter, rain. SOUTHERN" LEAGUE At New Orleans-Mobile, rain. j At Nashville 2; Chattanooga 4. I At Memphis 7; Atlanta 9. (First 1 game.) At Nashville 7; Chattanooga 4 Second Game. At Memphis 0; Atlanta 0-Second Game-7 Innings. At Montgomery T; Birmingham 2 15 innings. North Carolina League! At August 0; Charleston 3. At C?lumbuv 8; Savannah 0. At Albany 2; Columbus 1. At Macon 2 ; Jacksonville L NORTH CAROLINA > At Greensboro 2; Raleigh L At Durham 5-3: Asheville 4-1. At Charlotte 9; WJneton.Salem 0. ; First game. Charlotte 4; Wlnat?n-Salem 7. 8ec i'ond game MAY NOT RACE. flajlew of WSBS^M&tM [ Rares May Be Postponed Until 1915* (By Associated. Press) New York. Aug. IL-The flew York Yacht Club dues not. consider, it proper for the races for the Amer ica's cup to be held this October io -view of the European war situation. JO; A. Cormack.-secretary of the club, today ca hi ed H, L. Garrett, of tho Ivoyal Ulster Yacht Club^ the^ follow "Wo "regret th?t lnvview of *rft,Yb. conditions due to tha war we do not think lt proper fb nice in ?ctoWl We are willing to postpone the*s?ri?s1 un til 1915. Wb request . came rbply SB soon ns possible," ? WATSON PITCHED GAFFNEY TO A VICTORY SCORE WAS 4 TO O McAllister Pitched Good Ball But Anderson Got Total of Only One Hit Special to Th" Intelligencer. Gaffney. August ll.-Special-By fast and snappy playing the Gaffney Gamecocks defeated Anderson this afternoon 4 to 0. "Chic" Watson, for merly of the Anderson club, twirled for the locals and allowed only one hit thin being when Love knocked a grounder too hot for S??m to handle. Watson Recured a pretty single in the tnlrd starling the scoring by the lo vais. In tho field he playpd a beau tiful game muklng OU.? put-out and five assists as well as striking out ton of the visiting batsmen. Curry played star ball, at first for the locals, making one double play unassisted and figuring in another. McAllister twirling for the visitors, allowed only six hits but these cou pled with errorB were good for four runs. The entire visiting team put up a good fight but Watson had their number and they could not pusa a single man across the plate. . Following 1B the box score: ' .Anderson AB R H PO A E Major. If._3. 0 .0. 3* 0 0. Mccoll, lb.. ........ 4 0 0 8 0, 0 Childers, 2b .."..4 0 0 2 3 0 Love, BB .... f. ?fc.'*3K 0 tl 2 0.2 Martin, rf .. ..u^i ^3 0 4 0 0 0 Wrenn. 3b ., 3. Q ,? 0 ll 0| Louison. cf .... ..3 0 0 0 0 0 Wcllls. c. 3 0 0 8 0 1 McAllister. 3 ?.??--1-1 0| Totals .. .. .. 29 9 1 24 5 3 G iffney Deschleldf, If.... 2 1 1 I 0 0| Prim, 2b ...3 0 0 1 2 Oglesby.3 2 0 0 2 01 Mord, rf.4 0 1 1 0 o| SlmB, BB .4 0 1 2 1 1 Curry, lb .. .... 4 0 110 0 0 Moore cf.3 0 1 1 0 0 Vas8y, c.3 0 0 10 0 0 Watson, p .-. 2 1 1 1 C 0 Totals.28 4 6 27 10 3 Score by Innings: Gaffney . 003 010 OOx-4; 6; 3 Anderson . ... POO OOO 000-0;; 1; 3 Summary Two base hits. Moore; three baan hits. Hord; struck out by Watson 10; by McAllister 6; Base on bails oft Wat3on 1; Off McAllister 2; Sacri fice hits: Martin, Prim. DeshieldB; Double plays. Watson to Cn,-ry and Curry unassisted. Left on ^ases An derson 2, Gaffney 4. Stolen bases: Major, Oglesby. Time 1 hour and IB minutes. Umpire Tattersall , and Campbell. IRSI FEDERAL At Chicago 0; Brooklyn 2-First game At Indianapolis 7; Baltimore 3 First game. At Kansas City 2; Buffalo 2. At Chicago 5; Brooklyn 3-Second game. At St. Louis 3; Pittsburgh 2. At Indiananolls 4; Baltimore G Split a Rouble Chicago, Aug. ll.-The Brooklyn and Chicago FedeVal Laegue clubs di vided a double header today. In the first Rame Seaton held Chicago down to 2 hits and won 2 to 0. In the sec ond game Chicago drovo the Blue, jacket from the slab and won 5 to 3 Score Brooklyn ...... 000 000 011-2; 8- 8 Chicago . 000 000 000-4); 2; 2 Seaton and Land; Hendrix' and Block. Second Game Brooklyn . ooo 020 010-3? 9- ff Chicago . 001 103 00x-5; 15* 2 Bluejacket. Houck. Chapelle and Land; Jobnuon and Block. Sch ni ta Played the Game Kansas City. Mo.. Aug. ll.-Today Schult- was the master of the sHu tlon at the critical period' and Buffa lo defeated Kansas City 6 to 2 Score- . '.. Buffalo 000 201 020-6 : 8-'2 Kansas City .. ot \\OOO 000-^2: fl'.'"a ' ; ri- t'y' . .' . Split n ?onble liA^&ffi^ ".-Indiana^:, header today, the homo team winning ??? 2 wm? ?tos ?ntl fto Walters .the second 5. to 4. Kajiirrf fielding featured the rame and timely Phitttil waa roaponslble^or both tho Tlctor Score- t,;"-' 'T;; j? * * Baltimore :... ?6? 010 0Aft_?.I'im. li* Second Game- - Baltimore ..... 201 010 010-5r ?- 'S Indianapolis ... .200 OOO 020-af 8; 4 . Connelly, Suggs and Russell*! Bil liard, McConnaughey and Warren. Am?rican Association ! . !_j TfV' ! At Columbus - Louisville, wet grounds .. >?' -'. - x - v ' At Indianapolis 4; Cleveland 1. At ST. Pial tf-7? Karis?s City HO. At Minneapolis 0-0; Milwaukee 6-5. 35th ANNUAL Midsummer -TO Washington, D. C. Richmond a nd Norfolk, Va. And Principal Carolina, Virginia and Tennessee Resorts -VIA Southern Railway PREMIER CARRIER OF THE SOUTH Wednesday, Aug. 12, 1914 Richmond, Va. Norfolk, Va. $10.50 $10.50 10.50 10.50 -Travel through His Final limit of Tickets returning August 30, 1914 The following extremely low round-trip Fares will apply : From To Washington D. C. Abbeville .... $12.50 Anderson ..... '12.00 Visit the national capitol io-ic Virginia; See the famous Battlefields. Irv order to accommodate the people of Anderson territory Special Pullman Sleeper will be provid ed and operated from Anderson to Washington leaving Anderson at 2.25 p. m., and connecting at Greenville with first section No. 38. Proportionately low round trip rates to many other summer resorts. Tickets will be good on all regular trains both go ing and returning. For complete information, tickets, Pullman res vation, etc., call on ticket agents, or J. R. ANDERSON, Supt. W. R. TABER, T. P. A. Anderson, S. C, Greenville, S. C. w. E. MCGEE, A. GP. A Columbia, S. C. CONDENSED PASSENGER SCHEDULES. Piedmont and Northern Railway Company. (EFFECTIVE MAY 24th,1914, ANDERSON, S. C.) ARRIVALS. No. No. No. No. NQ. No. No. No. 31 33 35 37 39 43 41 45 No. 47 7:35 a. 9:35 a. 11:40 a. 1:20 p 3:25 p. 4:40 p 5:50 p 7:10 p. m. 10:50 p. m. m. m. ni. , m. m. , m. . ra. DEPARTURES. No. 30' 6:30 a. ni. No. 32 8:25 a. m No. 34 11:30 a. ra No. 36 12:20 No. 38 2:15 No. No. No. No. 40 42 44 45 3:35 4:60 G:50 9:45 m. m. nv. m. m. m. C. V. PALMER, General Passenger Agent. The first cost is the biggest cost of the Ford-and the smallest cost of any other. car because of the after-expense. The floret is the one car you can drive at less than "horse-and-buggy" rates. Thousands drive the Ford at less than two cents a mile. It's the "cost-to-keep" that counts. Ford ' runabouts; tho touring car is five fifty; tbs town car seven fifty-f. o. b. Detroit, completo with equipment, Get catalog and particulars from Aren? L. Todd, local dealer. Anderson, a C. Five hundred doll-irs 1B the prier, ot th? Limestone College for Women GAFFNEY SOUTH CAROLINA * . .High standard? large and able Faculty, excellent educational plant, beautiful location, honor system. Musical department one ot the best in thu South. The Winnie Davis School of History, a depart ment of the college, offers unusually fine facilities for tho study of history- Limestone is Southern to the core. Especially fine advan tages in Art, Expression, Domestic Science and Physical . Culture. The department of pedagogy affords a Splendid training for prospec tivo teachers. For ca'talosue.nddrocs the President r'; LEE DAVIS ?iOT)GE, *?fc"?jTFb.' D.'? GAFFNEY, S. C.