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Progressive Bankers Invite Your
The Cit?asem? ? Nat?oB^ Barn k J
has made a remarkable increase in its business dur
ing the past year.
There is a reason for this, try us with a por
tion of your business now-later you will give us all.
...We Pay Interest on Savings...
J. II. Anderson, Pres? 3, ?. Shnmete, Casu.
The Fmrner^ sumdl Meirdh&iiufts Bsunik
The Faunnnieirs Losum smd Traait Goo
Whose combined raseuarces are a little the rise of One
Million Dollars are taking on more new accounts ev
ery day than ever before. .*. .% ,*. .*. .%,
?THE^E MUST BE A REASON
SIII?J] deposits and c?nn.di!. loans are sjebidally desired
and are especially appreciated and receive especial
attention. Interest paid on deposits.
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The Fapmeps Bank tW,
Iva, Now Ready fop
The Farmers Bank of Iva is now ready
to receive deposits and transact a general bank
Taxes will be collected for Corner and
Hall and Savannah Townships, and remitted
io C?ui?iy Treasurer free O? charge. The
new bank building wijl be erected on the
Wharton lot at the corner of Broad and East
i'iOi?t Sii?SvS, a?i? VVOirw Qu. S?iilC W??i ?C&III l??
the near future. The stock of this bank has
K^~.? ~i_A i-1.. :-A.t~~ ?~^--- -1
uCvii piawtu laignv wini inc i ai mci a muuiiu
Iva, and every reasonable favor and accom
modation will be shown its customers.
3.. T. ?&AULDIR, Pres.
Capital Stock $25,000. W. R. MUIX1N?X, Cashier.
The- one woy to keep Ute sun of prosperity always shining on you la
to always have MONEY IN OUR BANK.
Too yiaiy ma*? the mi?*nv.? r< .aving fdr a while and then invest
ing .in ronlo deal and L022NO ail they have. They then also make a
mistake by PIMN'O UP money in the bank and constantly . makins bis
flake OUB. bank ?1,171 bank. We paj-1 per cent, interest Qwterlr.
PEOPLES IJ?N", - - -An?krton,S.C.
The Anderson Intelligencer
$1.50 THE YEAR
THE HI VEf
THE UNITED STATES GOVE UN ME?
THING NEW UNDEB THE
OE THE ELI
About two years ago Congressman
Aiken sent the editor rf The Intelli
gencer a men? of a State dinner in
Washington in which it was stated
that among other edibles, eiitrccn
and indigestibles was A new wish
"DaBbeens, raised in South Caro
lina." Inquiry lt the headquarters of
the department, .o? agriculture at
Washington elicited the information
tbat the dasheen is a tuber, a won
derful thing. It hails from the Phll
Ipine Islands and its broad elephan
tine leaf is said to be a delicious sub
stitute for our native American sal
ads, such an turnips, mustards, etc.
The department at Washington
thought it had discovered something
new. The dasheen was hailed as one
of the cpming instruments to cut
The United States government ls
always trying to find something new
in the way ot an edible to reduce
the cost of living. Sut old man Sol
omon said there ie nothing new un
der the sun. Luther Burbank has
pjpogated a spineless cactus, and
bas developed grapes as large as
pears and all sorts of things, but
there may have been a proptotype
away back yonder somewhere. And
the latest thing is turkey dressed
?'-?th dasheens a la "pommuni and
Hnn-n (?in COZt Cf high ?; '.'? -~, Vc~
it could be used as a substitute for
potatoes, Irish, yams or other varie
ties. The dasheen, tt was declared,
was susceptible of many transforma
ENFORCEMENT OF LIQUOR LAWS
(Continued From Page One.)
law, and if the supreme court bad sus
tained me in my contention that I had
tbs right to appoint them. AB it was,
I have been helpless, to a large ex
tent. I conld send no men into the
counties for the purpose ot enforcing
those lawB. All that I conld do was to
send h detective and get such Informa
tion as I could, and report that infor
mation to the sheirff of the county,
and that sheriff ooUd either take that
information and use it In the lnforce
mnnt nf tho law nr he? cnn Ul itroorcTit.
Magistrates and their constables,
whose duty it also was to enforce the
law, could positively disregard me, aa
I have shown, because if I ahoultt sus
pend one the'Senate would set aside ?
the suspension and put him back inj
.".SCS. and ehe Supreme C???I . said 11,
could not remove him, -nor coula I ap
point whom I wanted magistrate-my
friend, who wbnkl help me enforce the
law-but I must appoint my enemy.
Bays the supreme court, by and wiiii
the advice and consent of the Senate,
which enemy would not help me en
force the law, hujt would allow lt tc
go unenforced In order to try to injure
ms and my administration'. In other
words, many of those whose duty it
was to do So, Instead of helping me en
force the law when I was doing what
I could to give them a clean adminis
tration, have encouraged violations of
the law and helped those who did vio
late it, in order that they might say
to say, that the blind tigers were freely
just what they .are cow endeavoring
run throughout tho State under
Then, whoa you come to the towns
and cities, tho mayor of the city and
the council, with their police force and
their plain-clothes, mon. are responsi
ble for the enforcement of the law in
these towns.-and cities. ' But my op
ponents have attempted to charge up
to mo that there ls more whiskey sold
in the towna and qltiea lu blind tigers
than has been .'sold heretofore. I do
not know that ft ls true. I do not be-.
Heve H. I bollevo that a clear Investi
gation will show that there ls l?sa
whiskey being sold >ln Columbia than
has' ever been sold in lt. because I
have a atroja constabulary force in
this city, ann they havo watched lt
closely, as thc Increase ki the profits
of tho dispensary will show.
But If the blind tigers are overrun
ning the towns 'and cities, should it
be charged up to the governor, or
should lt be charged up to the mayors
and councilmen and police of the
towns and cities? If the mayor and
councilmen of any etty wui admit to
me that -they are helpless and can not
enforce the law, I will take charge ot
the city and guarantee that lt ls fully
enforced.. They are tnere on the
ground, living right in the city, and
should know conditions better than I.
And ft the law in their city is not en
forced, the people should- elect a
mayor and council Who will enforce it,
and Gie mayor and council should!
elect a police Koree who will see that j
It la enforced, . j
All that I ask Is for a fair and honest]
judgment to be passed in those mat-}
tere, and I am willing to take what
ever blame should be placed upon my j
shouidara; but I do not propose fori
thc people to be misled Into thinking]
*??-* *~y ed*Hr*??*fy**<>*H* ?nranl
than others, for it hes not been, and
tt would have been more free from the \
cale of whiskey if lt had not beau for }
my constables when I sent them into
tho couuttcj. and if it had not been
for the Senate's actions towards tte in
tho magistrates' malters, and if it had}
not been for tba ?up?orue?oourt'o BUS-I
! mining these people io their conten
tions. And. then, last, but by no mesn-j
least, many or tee senators abd repre
sentatives who were bitterly opposed
to me. in order to keep me from ap
poSntlnr constables tb their counties,
adopted the rural police system tor
their ceaniies and in their bilk* would
BUS THE POTATO
?T THINKS IT UAH FOUND SOME
SUN - ST E P- ll KO TH fc R
? PH A NTS EAR.
tions under the culinary skill of any
chef who knows the possibilities of
.the Iriuh potato, an- yet on the othor
hand lt could be prepared for the
table in thc same way that the sweet
pototo may be served. Great.
But the dasheen Is nothing new.
?t <s just the familiar old "tanyah"
of the coast counties of South Caro
lina. The name tanyah suggests
that this article of diet may have
been brought over from Africa on
slave ? bearing ships, but pt any ' rafe
the tanyah for at least a hundred
years had been a form of subsistence
greatly enjoyed In Beaufort and oth
er coast countries.
And then there arc botanists who
tell us that what ,we see on the pub
lic square of Anderson in the Bum
mer time and icall in our colloquial
ism tiie "elephant's ear."- Who over
thought of the great,, pulpy, succu
lent leaves of the "elephant's ear"
being suitable for the table? And in
its uncultlvatcl state it may not be,
in fact we have beard that it is rank
poison. And there are those who
speak of the well known- plant more
deferentially as the Catadium. . We
would not advise anyone to usc the
roots of the elephant's ea/ in place
of sweet potatoes, for tho crops of
table 'possums has not yet consumed
all of the natural yams, bul we-would
suggest to Home of our fancy garden
ers to wrRe to tho department at
Washington to Bend. some dasheen
tubers for planting. .This plant is
hardy during tho summer months
and does not require .much attention
and is not attacked by the Irishi pota
to ?i?g. rt ?iv-Vir? ? r-_-kiii--uu!MmiV lu,
swampy places and some of our
swamps that are going to waste
might be used for the purpose of
provide that no dispensary constables
should be appointed in their counties,
and even then, when they would have
the rural police system, they went
further and would put the appoint
ment of these rural police in the
bands of the sheriff, who waa inde
pendent of me. They deprived me of
the right Ho appoint the rural police
men and thus make them hold com
missions under me, thereby giving me
the power to' remove these' irural po
licemen if. they did hot enforce the
laws-they ' deliberately' took' away
from me thc po wey to appoint them,
and thus the power tb 'remove them?
end consequently deprived me of har
ing suporters ito th?s?' offices and put
tneso omeea in toe'hands ot my politi
cal enemies throughout * the State, as
the records will show, thu* doing all
they could to block?-my'acnitafetratioA;
in the enforeement orthe iawund -do
ing all they could to ptit itf orate those;
^'hc would hot ?u??rcw ii; in omer mat
lng the'Tafw. Anu then ' when T vetoer?
these bills, and in njy vetoes pointed
out to the senators abd representatives
hlu jyllo tli.t I1,A?:.?.I. ? -i
by giving this appointing power u> oth
Bra than the governor, they overrode
my/vetoes, and the result ia today that
there .are rural policemen hil over
this State who are not doing one thing
bo enforce the law, and I have reporta
in my office showing that some.bf them
are a menace nlatead of a protection to
thb communities iu which they are
supposed to be working.
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..".;'?".. ! ?3KT^H?vPP*SPBPPI
THB SULTANA GOWN. '
SEED CORN AND COTtOX SEED
%: ? .? :..,.. .'... i . - ' ;
If we should not have what yon
require mako known your wants
perhaps we can get it for you at a
l'armas Smith- The Seedsman.
VOL. 1. NO. 1.
Weekljr, K?t?WUhe4 1860;Doily, Jan. 18, 1914.
ANDERSON, S. C. TUESDAY MORNING, JAN. 13, 1914.
PRICE FIVE CENTS. $5.00 PEF ANNUM.
lg i? in Iii in. ? a? s? a ? s si s-. sn ?
Hs TOWNYILLK >EWS.. ?fi
? ?fi S ?fi S Si ?fi S * ? ? ? SI ?
Jan. 8.-We aro very glad io report
that Roy and Albert Hawk inn. who
have been on a\r\? Hat for soveirsl
weeks aro much bettor to, the delight
of their many friands.
Reese Fant ana (amity have declined
the idea of moving to Athens, Ga.; and
have'moved Into town. We gladly
welcome them here.
lite following students have return
ed to their respective colleges: Misses
Kathleen Hawkins, Winthrop College.
Rock Hill; Mars Smith and Alice
Pr.'co, Lander College, Limestone, Ad
dle May. N. C. I., Asheville: draco
Compton, Susie Fant and Kathleen
Johnson,-,,IL-G.* I.; Mesera. George
Smith, C. A. C. ; Frank Hawkins, Mac
on, Qa. ,
p. H. Burnett, ol Anderson, ia in
Mis?es Mamie and Sula Gant, of At
lanta, Vero tho ' attractive sweats Of
Mr. and Mira. J. N. Boleman lasi. ?*eeU.
Mr. aod, Mrs. W. T. Hunt . enter
tained a number of frlendai and rela
tives at a turkey dlnubr N?w Year's
Joe Hellei and family, of Sandy
Springs, 'recently vlaited Dr.' and Mm:
S: li. Heller.
Rev. John Harria delivered a moot
interesting sermon at the Baptist
church last Sunday eves agi Rev. Hsr
?i b a young mlnlr .. jUst entering
?Mr. and Mrs. Pleas Kahaffey enter
tained the deacon's masting at their
magnificent home lart Tuesday. Thc
next meeting will be with Mr. and Mrs.
W. C. King.
Misses amma and Annie Barton
were shopping in Anderson yesterday.
Lois Hunt spent last Thursday night
with Willie Boleman.
We aro very sorry Indeed to hoar ,pf
th? recent Illness of Mrs. Elisabeth
Lodbctter and hope she will soon be
restored to her usual good hearth.
Eu C. Asbill, our.attentive cashier of
the Bank of TownvtllQ, and Miss Lil
lian Peterson, of Laurens, S. C., were
married Deo. ROth, 1?1S, at Laurens, S.
C Miss Petpr- ? having taught two
.ful tern tho graded
fiCuool. slit; . bas a host' of ir lends
hare who will gladly welcome her to
matte thin her futurs ho?nc.
Mr, AHb?? l*T". been c~"?c"c?4 Ut thc
Bank of Town ville as cashier ?or about
six years and baa made many friends
while here. Mr. and Mrs. Ashil! will
be at home at Townvllle, S. C., after
Jan. 15th. We glad'y we' .orne this
happy young couple here.
Silai Alteo Smith has rein rn ed to
school nc*r 3SS?C-?* 3. C.
The Missen Barton rnfi tatned the
Priscilla Club last Thursday afternoon.
The nex* meeking will be with Mrs.
J. N. Boleman.
Mrs. Lather McCarley und two lit
tel sons. Ray and Willie, spevt last
Wednesday with Mr. ?.J Mr? v/, E.
WILL ?AKA?E N???it?jLK.
Back Presley Signs Up With .Pre?- ]
Ideat MeCmy- <
Roanoke, Va.,-William L. (Buck)
Presley considered to bo the premier j
first baseman In the Virginia teague
and last season's manager of thc
Roanoke club met Dr.' J.- F? McCray,
president of the Norfolk dub here
today and agreed td manage the Nor
folk'club next season. .
Under the agreement thc Roanoke
club will get Pitchers. Campbell and
five ot the Norfolk club and Norfolk
waives its first claim to firs^ baseman
Graham ot the Morristown, Tenn.,
club of tho Appalachian.,league.
i?rft^iAtj? v?i!? -some .ilis Rcariokc
clubf by purchase.
?o?TJiEi??t BiiiMf*AT. ?
SrueUule Effective May lit*, 1911.
IX CONNECTION WITH BLEE RIDGE
Premier t arrier of the Sooth.
Arrival and departure of'trains from
Anderson. S. C. .
ff. li. the following schedule figures
are published only as information and
aro not guaranteed.
No.- Arriving* From Time
SO Greenville and Belton ..7:35 a. aa.
22 Greenville and Relton..11:50 a. m.
IC Charleston, Columbia abd -
Belton, through steeper tqK '
Belton. M : 50 a. m.
12 Atlanta,: Walhalla and
Seneca ... ,.. ..;'.t:3i a.'m
25 Greenville and Belton.. 1:1*0 p. m.
10 Atlanta. Walhalla, and
Seneca. .. ?-.5:52 p. m.
17 Charleston. Colombia and
Belton. Through coach '
from Columbia to Wal- 1
halla.s:03 p. m.
Legt lng Per
20 Belton, Greenville .. . .7:<0 a. m.
22 Belton and Greenville. .8:20 a. m
25 Belton and Green^ile ...2:*i?. to. nv
lo Belton. Charleston.
Greonvjllc and Columbia 5:f>2 p. m.
1J Belton, Columbia, Char
en and Oroenvlllo ..R:S1 a. m.
9 Seneca, Walhalla and At
.'-'isnia . ... ... . . ..11:50 a. m.
11 ntnieca. w'aiiiaiia ihro-ngh
eos ch from Columbi'.*J6:0il p. ta
No baggage win be handler! on
motor cars Nos, 20, 24. SI. 2*. 22, 23.
Connection ls made st" Belton for
Southern trains and a', 8r>rtee* for
trains to Atlanta and bsyottd. For
further information, apply to?ticket
. agenta or
W. R. Taber, P. & T. A., Greenville.
8. C. *
W. B. McGee, A. G. P. ?,, Columbi*.
H. P. Cary, O. P. A., Washington,
DC. . . . y '
S. H. Hardwick, P. T. M., Wash
? Ington, D. C.
When in need of a
FINE TAILOR-MADE SUtT
cut, trimmed and shaped to
your figure, call on SALLA.
TAILORING CO., 126 Wi
Benson St., where your
credit is good. Largest as
sortment Woolens in the
City to select from and low
...CASH or CREDIT...
Under Maple Hall
126 Wi Benson St.
You will be doing yourself
& good turn by installing a
fl A C t> A VT yt rx *JJ ?- ;
them under the str?mtest
Easy terms-$2 ?a???M
$2 per month.
Anderson Gas Co,
CASEY A FAST.
Anderson. 8. O.
? Brown Office Building. *
Sooobd Floor. Phono 269. .
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SA?BE ft BALDWIN
Blecsie* OJdg. Anderson. 3, C. .
Citizens Nation*! Denk Bldg.
?isUelgh, il. C.
lill if y r ?? lytfCpfif rc
ATTORNEY AT 1,41??
Losa? Negotiated on Kemi getaie,
Office: W?teoo-VafcdAve* BuB<?* &
ANDwfeaok. a.' <t
My Business is Grow
HA?i - -?r"';*f
I waa compelled to add one more
room to my office, it is now bigger end
better than before.
BECAUSE-T?.<j people bars begun
to learn that they cati get their eyes
examined better. That they can get
their glasses fitted .better. That they
can get more service, a straight,
square, honest dea* erery time when
they come to my office .
DO NOT keep complaining with that
headache ail the time. Do not neg
lect your eyes too long when you have
to strain them whon reading or
sewing. Clet glasses fitted at once,
snd get Ahem Crom ms if you want
td be satisfied.
Office ever Evas?? Fha macy Xe* S.
ANDERSON* 8. C