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Want Advert? Twenty-five words or less, One Tli fitz Times $1.00. All advertisement over twenty-five word. Ratea on 1,000 words to I tlon. No advertisement taken for less t It your name appears in the taint your want ad to 821 and a bill willi prompt payment. FOR SALE FOR SALE-?New Ivers ami Pond plano, for $300-cost $42500. Ap ply to P- W. Major, treasurer Ham mond School- Anderson, R- I. 10-U-lmop FOB SALE-About GOO bushels of Vancroft oats at 75 coots, and bluest raw wheat at $1-25 per bush el. C. L. Dunn, Anderson, R. R. 3. FOB SALE--We have a small tre^t of land formerly part of tho Quince Hamond place, which can be bought cheap If you act quick. Frank & De Camps Realty Company. 0-30-tf FOB SALE-Four Ford Automobiles. One 1914 model touring car, $450.00, one 1912 model touring esr $850.00. one 1911 model touring car, S125.00; ons 1911 model T., $170.00. Write or see 8. M. McAdams, Iva, S. C. FOB SALE-Sweet peas. Burbanks and Burpee's superb Spencer collec tions in packages. We also carry bulk slock of prizo Spencer mixture and flue nnae? at moderate prices. Furman Smith, Seedman. FOB SALE-200 to 300 gallons moles ses for stock feeding at twelve cents per gallon. W. A. Power. FOB SALE-2.'. stands of bees at $1.60 per stand. M. C. Smith, Route 2, Pendleton, 8. C. (two miles north east of Dan ver.) LOST L08T-At W. M. Riley's store on W. Market street, small white, bigie hound with black ears. Reward for lr.formatlo'1 leading to h? recovery. Phone Riley's Store. ? WAISTS " WAMEB-Cnrrier noy. Apply at The Intelligencer office- 10-8-tf WANTED-The public to Snow that ws have Just received a largo ship ment of box files, and caa supply year wasts Sa this line. Anderson intelligencer. Job Department tf WANTED- Toa to know that we do alga class cleaning and pressing. L-*d?e? work especially. Agents Ben Tonde Company, the South's largest dyers and ??7 cleaners. Columbia Tailoring Co. WANTED-Information as to the whereabouts ot J. M. Williams, for merly rived In Anderson, but who west to Charlotte. N. C., about 10 years ego He enlisted and fought in Spanish-Amer!can war, and has sot' bS5? heard from since his re turn. Information leading tc fi?wi os his wnereabouta or ot his death, if dead, will be gratefully received by his wife, Mrs. J. M. Williams, ounty Home, Anderson, R 3. WANTED-Clean Cotton Rags. Ander son Intelligencer, Job Department WANTED-r-A country school, either as principal or assistant. I hold a cer tificate from Anderson County, and can come at once. Address S. O. Merritt, Anderson, General Delivery. IT SEEMS TO BE-A special provi sion that fruit Ia the most desired and adapted food for wann weather, and you'll find it here-California frluts, oranges, grapes, plums, pears and northern apples-all fresh. Also Sickle pears, and plenty of bananas, J. K. Manos. Deity ia Caring for Poor ByjBs is Expensive Economy Tba now time-the timo when ros first realise that your vislou ts be coming faulty ts tbs time ycu should cotas to us for sight aid DONT DECEIVE 1WUU1.F by Imagining that your eyes will gu bettor wt.Hout gins ?os-U wont. RIGHT ?LASSES will help ncture- will reline tho ..nain, tb> Kurs, tto'.m? and water lav. IHjs are here to give you the bt-t service ha glasses st prices yon will be glad to nay Wa are not strangers tn this city, wo cava been aero FIFTBBN MONTHS and ta Uus> fifteen months we have fitted over BUSVKN HUNDRED peo ple wbcj ?are oar friend*, BKCABBB THEY AH* SATISFIED with our glass**. GIVES US A TRY. Yon will never regret it Vk! Star-Fit Optical Co,, Dr. I. M- Iaraelson, Manager No. 110 So. Mala Street Andemos, hi C- * GROUND FLOOR %^oiumns sing Rates me 25 cents, Three Times 50 cents, i words prorata for each additional >e ue:ed in a month made on appli - han 25 cents, caah tn cdvance. ihone directory yon can telephone ie malled after Its Insertion for A li KAL KARMAIN-At tho Eagte Barber Shop, all during th? month ot October, Tor tush only-a bair cut and a postage stamp for a cent and a quarter. Satisfaction guaranteed. SK ft W. A. Todd, tho Monument Man, for anything in the Monumental Une. Tombstones of all kinds. W. A. Todd, 1502 South Maiu street, Andercon, S. C. HAIR DUI-:NS!NM-Switches made from your own combings. Kamo can bo found at 105 E. Church street up stairs. Mrs. Leona Arnold. WHATS tho use of buying new shoes? Why not let mo repair those old ones? Big saving in money to you. Satisfaction guaranteed. M. E. Mc Kee, 128 East Whltner MY WIFE-Pearl Scott- has left me without any cause, and I forbid anybody to hire or harbor her. P. C. Scott, H. F. ?. 2. Iva, S. C. PLEASE RETURN-The party who borrowed volume 7, Stoddard'n Lec tures, will p'ease return to my residence at once Willtem Banks, ('burch street_ NOTICE We are doing superior work nt our ginnery. Swap meat and hulls for seed. Also have five hundrod bushels of Bancroft Prolific Oats (graded seed) for sslo or exchange for cotton teed. Piico $1.25 per bushel or one pound oats for four and one-half pounds cotton seed. 8-26-lmc. CLUCK MILLS. PROFESSIONAL CARDS oooooooooooo ol. . o DR. ROSS o o Oftleet New Watson-Yandi vcr Bldg, o a o ? Hoars 19*1) 34? p. as. o o Telephone 458 or 522. o a o oooooooooooo . DR. FOREST D. SUMGS * Dentist * . Omet? 413-41., Bleckley Bldg. * * %ti*aciated With . ?ir. W. W. Chisels * Phos? S3S-J Andersen, S. C. CASSY A FANT . ARCHITECTS * Anderson. 8. C. . Brawn Office Building . Second Floor. Phone act . T. Frank Watkins Samt L. Prince * WATKINS A PRINCE * * Attorneys and CounaeUo>stLnw * * lit Floor Bleekley Bldg, * Anderson, 8. C. * . ' ? % 4 * DR. L. H. SNIDER ? * VETERINARY SURGEON * Fretweli Ce. Stable * . Phone M. Anderson, 8. C * a m a DR. LILLIAN L. CARTER ? a . ? o DR. SARA A. MOORE, ? Osteopathie Physician* t . tit BleeUoy Bldg. ? . o aesna.aoosoo? --? oeooooeoooeooeoooo THE STUDIO GRAND o PHOTOGRAPHY o IN ALL ITS BRANCHES ? OVER KEKSE JEWELRY .STORE a d v ;v ? The Fourth Game of the J By a Score NEW WORLD'S SERIE. HA: THE FIRST TIME IN THE HIS WHEN THE WINNIN< STRA?GH' Boston, Oct. 13.-The Boston National League club today com pl?t?e! tilo most sensational rec ord in modern baseball history by deeafting the Philadelphia Ameri cans in the fourth and final game of thc world's series at Fenway Park. 3 to 1. Beginning with their rush from last place in the senior league in thc middle of July, the Braves have broken traditions and rec ords with speed and abandon. They emerged late today cham pions of the world lea vin? a trail of startling surprises and upsets in their wake. Last and far from thc least of their accomplishments was the overthrow in four consecutive games cf the world-famous base ball machine of Connie Mack, with its hundred thousand dollar infield, home run heroes and corps of skilfully blended veteran and youthful pitching stars. Tonight the new champions, gathered un der thc management of George Stallings, are celebrating their as cent to the championship while the wreck of the Athletics base ball juggernaut is bound for home, stunned and stupified. fJnexpectcd as was the defeat, the Mackmen took it in sports manlike spirit, praising the win ners and offering no excuses. In fact, none is available, for the Bostonians outplayed their more experienced opponents in even game and department of p'o>y. The best that could be said of the Athletics liy their warmest ad mirers was that the team, neith er collectively nor as individuals, appeared to play in the manner shown in previous world's series. New World's Series Record. To crush completaely and de cisively the .great combination which has represented Philadel phia in the American League in recent years is honor enough for any rival baseball club, but the Braves, in their youthful ardor I and speed, did even better for they established a new world's scries record by winning in suc cession the four games necessary to clinch the title. >. 1MH M M CL" IIIC il.Uluil.u LAlUMilS* (sion assumed charge of these annual inter-league contests in 1905 has this feat been accomplished until to day. Several clubs have won four out of five games, however, and in the early days of the Tem ple Cup and National League ver sus American Association straight victories were chronicled. Athletics Made Brave Fight. The Athletics fought doggedly until the end, and even late in the game of today their adher ' ents, who had made them two to ! one favorites in the wagering be i fore the opening contest, confi ' dently believed they would start I a batting rally that would bring about at least a momentary check i in the Braves' headlong nm. The ? Mackmen's famous punch, how * ever, appeared to bc gone. The ? new champions were first to score > and, except for half an inning ? when the score was tied, held the 1 lead until the end. J Captain Johnny Evers scored , the initial run. He opened the ? fourth session by working Shaw key for a pass; advanced to sec ' ond on Connolly's infield but, \ moved to third on Whitted's sin: Sie, and scored on Schmidt's in eld out. Score Tied in the Fifth. , The Athletics tied the score in ? the fifth inning when Barry sin gled, took second on Schang's out, and scored on Shawkey's double. Nothing daunted, the Braves came right back in their half of the same inning and won the game with two additional runs, both made after two Were out. Rudolph singled to cenb r, took tb/ird on Moran's doubl* to left and both came home when Evers singled, over second. The URE NOW ID'S CHAMPIONS Series Goes to the Braves of 3 to 1. 5 RECORD 5 BEEN ESTABLISHED ?TORY OF THE FINAL GAME TEAM WON FOUR r GAMES Athletics appeared to lose heart and never seriously threatened in iiie remaining sessions at lt.it. The Winning Clubs. The world's serios of 1914 was thc tenth between the pennant winners of thc two major leagues | since the National Commission, the highest court of baseball, took charge of the annual autumn championship battle in 19o5. To day's victory of the Braves brings about a tie for inler-league hon ors, since American League and National League clubs have atvon live championship pennants. The American League victories and the clubs that won them follow: 1906 Chicago, toto Philadelphia. 1911 Philadelphia. 1912 Boston. 1913 Philadelphia. The National League triumphs were won: 1905 New York. 1907 Chicago. 1908 Chicago. 1909 Pittsburg. ?914 Boston. Connie Mack, the Athletics' leader, is the only manager who has won three world's champion ships and he -appears to k have stumbled over the mystic fourth just as Managers McGraw, Jen nings and Chance have failed to win four league pennants in v row. Final Game Not Exciting. The final game was the least exciting of the series. There, were few brilliant features that are noi seen in games during the league season. Maranville made a great stop and throw on a hard hit ball by Collins, and Mann brought cheers on a line running catch in the outfield. The batting also was of the> ordinary kind. Whitted got two" singles. Moran . rgade a double and Evers, Schmidt and Rudolph each got a base hit. Seven of the. ten men in the game for the for mer world's champions made a hit. Those failing to connect were Murphy, Schang and Pen nock. The latter was at bat on ly once. The hits made by Walsh and Shawkey were two base two base drives. Rudolph Strikes Out Seven. Rudolph struck out ?even men, his victims being Oldring, Collins. Walsh, Barry, Shawkey and Schang, thc latter twice. There were but three strike out against ' Boston-Evers Schmidt and Gowdy falling vic tims to Pennockfs fast curves. Shawkey gave two bases on balls in the five innings he pitched and pennock also gave two. Rudolph ?gave one base on balls and made one wild pitch. Sonne Comparisons. The new champions excelled the Athletics in hitting, but not in fielding. Boston made a total of 16 runs in the fovi james, 33 hits for a total of 36 bases, and four errors. The athletics gathered only six runs, made 22 Jilts for a total of 31 bases and ?three Jr rovs. Boston played one error less game and the Athletics two. Today's contest was the first in the last four world's series in which both teams played without error. Evers made seven singles in the series. Gowdy had six hits for a total of 14 bases. - Schmidt made five hits. Bater made four hits In the four games, Murphy three, Collins three; Schang two, Mcln his two and Strunk two. Congratulate the Braves. Despite the rather mediocre play of the final game, the en thusiasm of the thousands of spectators furnished a thrilling climax when the last Athletic was put out and championship honors i were assured for the Brav?s. Cheering throngs piled but of the stands and bleachers and rushed across the field to the Boston I bench, but the mackmen were lie dugout and were shak ing hands and dongraiulating their late opponents before the first of thc faur, reached the scene. Once thc crowd gathered force, thc police had difficulty in holding it in check. Gowdy, Maranvillc, livers and other heroes of the series were lifted on thc fans' shoulders while a roar of applause went up that could be heard on Boston Commons. Thc royal rooters brigade form ed and with the band and its In dian-clad loaders at the head, marched around the field cheering] the empty benches where but rt [ few minutes ago the Mackmen had conferred on the last bit of baseball strategy, and then joined the thousands paying homage to the Braves. Mayor Curley, Pres-) ident Gaffney and Manager Stal lings all made short speeches in response to the ch?ers. Weather conditions were not as good as on preceding days. The temperature had taken a sharp drop overnight and players and fans awoke to find the tang of autumn in the air and conditions more suitable for football than baseball. Division of the Spoils. Because of the shortness of thc series, the club owners and Na tional Commission divide a sitial-J 1er sum than in any world's series | since 1910. The attendance at today's game was 34,-363 and the receipts ?62,254.3. Of this sum the players received ?33,832.62; the club owners $22,555.08 and the National Commission ?6,263.-1 30. Total attendance for the series | was lil.ooo, receipts ?225,739; players' share $121,900.94; each club's share ?40,632.58 and the National Commission's propor tion S22.567. As winners the Boston players receive sixty per cent of $121,900.94. or $/3, 140.56, while the Athletics, as losers, get ?48,760.38. Of the Boston club twenty-six players are eligible to share in the prize money ( giving each man ?2,813.10 should the money be devided equally. Of the Athle tics, twenty-four players arc en titled to divide the losers' end, which would give each Mackman $2,031.68 on a share and share alike basis. The players of neith er club have, as yet, notified thc National Commission .lust how the money will be divided. The players receive less money than has fallen to their lot since liv.' series of 1910. Each of the four umpires receives ?1,000, the) money coming from the National Commission's percentage of the ^ofits, f^lHBPIStat^'f : ' The Box Score. Philadelphia AB g H PO A E -Murphy, rf .4 0 0 O 0 Murphy, rf. .. 4 CM 0 0 o o Oldring, If. . . .4 0 1 3 O O Collins, 2b. -.4 0 1 1 4 o Baker, 3b.. ..4 O 1 1.4 0 Mclnnis, lb. ..4 0 115 1 0 Walsh, cf. .. .201,1 o 0 Barry, ss.3 1 1 05 0 Ochang, c. ... 3 o o 3 o o Shawkey, p . . .2 0 1 0 3 o Pennock, P . .31 1 7 24 18 O Totals.31110 3 0 Boston AB RH POA E Moran,- rf... 4 1 1 OOO Is lt your eye? or fiasses ht question! Alright then dont seek further, Jost see sse. I specialise on tl?se tron?les and can give yon that finish es work trat spells satisfaction. Trices ?AOO to 9540 up. Ba? pairs 10e aa. DR. M. R. CAMPBELL 112 W. Whitner St. v ronna iioor-!?!er?S2C COB aections, * FRESH OYSTERS * * * * served * J* . * * . in any style * * at thc * PIEDMONT CAFE * ? ? ? ? * * * * ? * * * ? * BOILERS, TANKS? STACKS? ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY AND SUPPLIES. REPAIRS PIPE, GALVANIZED ROOFING LOMBARD IRON WORKS Gav We Are Ready to SHOW YOU Yes, There's Sufficient Diff?rente In Styles for the New Season to Make a Visit to This Store Interesting. In this exhibition you will find a most satisfying range of choice, style and quality combined in a superb display, and a wonderful and surprising exhibition of' all ' that's best in clothes for the sea son. Here you can easily lind . The Very Suit You Want Prices: $10.00 to $25.00 We'll be glad to show you, ev en if you're not ready to buy*. Always Ready to Serve You The Lesser Company The Store for Style and Quality I Evers, 2b.3 1 1 3 6 0 Connolly, If.. 2 O 0 0 1 o Mann, If.2 o O 1 o O Whitted, cf . . 3 o 2 1 0 0 Schmidt, lb. . .4 o 1 12 o o Gowdy, c.... 2 o o 8 2 o Marranville, ss 3 o o l 3 o Deal,*3b... ..3 0 0 1 4 o Rudolph, p. . -.2 1 1 o o o Totals .... 28 306 27 16 o Innings: Philadelphia ..ooo O? o ooo-i Boston.OOO 120 OOx-3 Summary: Twp base hits. Walsh; Shawkey Moran. Hits off Shawkey 4 th 5 innings; off Pennoek 2 in 3 innings. Stolen bases Whitted. Double plays, Gowdy and Evers. Left on bases Philadelphia 4; Iiostotn 5. Base on balls off Shawkey 2; off Pen noek 2; off Rudolph 1. Struck out, by Pennoek 3 ; by Rudolph /. Passed balls Schang. Wild pitch Rudolph. Time 1:49. Um pires-Wate, Byron; bases, Hilde brand; left field; Kiem; right field Dineen, ooooooooooooooooo o Williamston. o ooooooooooooooooo Rev. Barr?as Resigns at Big Creek All members of the Big Creek Baptist church are requested to meet at the church the third Sun day afternoon, for the purpose of calling a new pastor. Toa can get the news while its new in The Morning Daily Intelligcmoor. If Your Business Ia Small Try a Little Ad. and Watch Tour it:: BUSINESS GROW. :::: Mr. M. F. Adams and daugh ters Miss Flora, spent a few days in Elberton, Ga., last week with relatives. Several attended the circus in Greenville and Anderson from here last week. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Castle, of Pasley, spent the week-end with relatives. Mr. E. B. Vaughn, of Pied mont, was in the city Saturday afternoon. Mr. Le? McClelan, of Belton, spent Sunday with his brother, Mr. B. H. McClelan. Card of Appreciation. * Burned with grief and looking to God alone for consolation, we express the gratitude of our hearts for words of comfort and the ni??y helping hands from friends and relatives in this our hour of great est affliction, the death of a be loved wife and mother. The sweet song service, the ministers thoughts, so tenderly expressed and the beautiful flowers, caused us to feel that the harmonies of heaven were being realized on earth. . ? ? L J. H. PRiCn AND FAMILY. Fresh Home Made Beaten Biscuits Wednesdays and Sunday* at only ten cents a dozen, at the Anderson Cash Grocery. BAGKAc.E Manera BlAhDki HP HE Ford Times is a magazine A devoted to the automobile public in general-and to Ford owners in particular. But some where between its covers will be found something of interest to everyone. !t published monthly by the Ford Motor Com pany, and-like the Ford car-has a world-wide dis? tribution. It will be mail-, ed free each month to any one, anywhere, upon re dest, TODD AUTO S3BOF.