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- CHESHIRE'S STABLES JULIAN E. CUNKSCALES ATI ORV EY AT LAW. taus SegeUaied es Beal Isa le. Oflee: Wstsss^Vaadlve* Buildisg. OASE? A FANT. AJ?CSITSCTS. Aaderson. 8. C. fipA'? OSes Building. Basest Fleer. PK.ea? 269. fATBl A BALDWIN ABCBIT1CT8 * Bieoklsy Bil*. Asderson, S. C. . * - Bit?*** National Baak Bldg. ? , Haleigh, N. C. -West Point Oysters Fresh Every Day .? jitv * ' W. A. POWERS Market. Phone ... 132 .BB1BS TAKBN HOW FOB TBE . '- FOLLOWING* Bj'tiaaa? day old chicks. BaB Plymouth Rook-Prize winning ?tack to Augusta, Atlanta, etc. tswn Indian Runner Pucka (winner? at Bellos ana other fair*?) Pakts Dock?-From prize winners. Bronze Turkeys-Pare or also crossed jvllA Virginia wild turkeys. A>tu( Cou?ure;? usproned so can car ty all chicks giren them. Wff) gladly answer ell lnqulreya. D. C* HOLLAND, Aviaries. -.8. C. ASTIGMATISM: Will cause headaches, ?asses properly fitted is the onl) Vgwcuy. Let riic iii iliciii for YOU.3 P ?icy M for less boney and g-uar astee satisfaction. DR. L M. ISRA?LSON Tte Leading Optician OireT Evana* Pharmacy No. 3 The Biggest Family ? IB 1*U Town Is the 1 ;:'FBB^JO?-n?defB of ?^^^^^^ I IMPORTANT 5 N?TIGES ::> .T&e Bena tUrsa t* rent. Sae Eugine 'AB?ersea at Baak Office over Wal *sre .tor?. 1-20-tf ^S?BB1B-??, S farmer of Ivs. S. C. .Uttfe ts aaayley ytaw hand? at roas ?Baal? salary. S. B TOCJKRlt. Iva. tl. C. 'U^^d ^r^n ljh0F. I >ter^':W^''^v li ?. ; ya*?B?rwe?t??s ?lean toVfflstf?Wgb i ttt$?r - ps4lroaal^BA*0LBC. ,!B*!!svcs Hotel Building. M8-S,f??o. --?->?: /.-'i4r,s' '^?ti^'u Fe? ??S&itf Dsllw? and the beat ? ;j*B?t?^^ Ora t?Ysi BW?** Bauasge.-L F. HOFF '??H* MARKF?T. Phcae your order. \WWl ilM^*>**t; ?li Main st. ? >jaaa?S^^'1 -I'', _"v .'- _- 'i~ *** acre rsm. in 11-2 miles Lump Wa. Os-, County seat. Will trade for . $2,t*#.ae stock tn Anderson Bank lag A Trust Cb, or CMtiaens Nation at Baak. Werta" iaveetigatlng. ?' p. O. Box No. ?7, T?watllte, S. C. W D. WW STBlf f?0--nMale shepherd .. aboht faur months old. Re atar* fi? igfaVMaalew leaamt to re ?Bjm* awr?w. w. Smoak, jftt B? Orr Pretrt. 1-22 ?. "^aoli of leys Bi' Pe^ateBei residefcee tm Ore?nville 8L, pleas? rotura to B. W. Trtb iMfeL. ?s* re?oive reward. lliLillHif11 Q Call on Your Friends an How Easy It Ii Many a Race Has Been Not Get a S3CS >.Sii)iu? ?ppC?i ui? ?O i n? Ail' derson Haily intelligencer Including January twenty-fourth, nineteen four teen, will bc good for twenty-live Tote?, the coupons after tba! dale will be good for twenty Totes. All coupons good for twenty-five votes will be void after January twenty fourth. Il? BUTS that you get all of ;txur coupons to the c-ontntst ofUce be fore that date. ' No person will be permitted to buy S F? O Chicago, Jan. 22-The decisivo bat tle of the' baseball War of 1914 may be fought in a Federal court. This was i ntl muted by persons close to tho nroniotcj-A of the Federal League who served notice that they would fight any* attempt of clubs in organized ball to sign their players. The legality of the reserve clause In the contracts of national ant. American leagues will be the point over which ths battle will rags, but when or where the contest will start was ?ot made public. After deliver ing a challenge to organized ball, de claring the Federal League would "protect"'.Its players and their con tracts, Pr?sident Gilmore of the new organisation? today disappeared. The announcement of the signing of killlfer and Brennan of the Phil adelphia National? wah made soon arter Ginuuiv hali wm ni ed the Quaker City club that the Federals would fight If Killlfer and Brennan were signed, that it looked to the Gilmore cohorts like the formal picking np of the gauntlet. Clneinnatfy . Jae. 22-Chairman August Herrmann, of the National Paseball commission, commenting on the telegram sent by President Gil more, of 'us Federal League, to Presi dent Baker of the Phlladlphia Nati onals, salon wei. [a "My. ?amore, the'Federal League and the general baseball commission can rest assured that organ iced base ball aa well as the Federal League will protect Hi contract lo and oui of tba civil courts. "Whenever the Federal League ai established a legal right to any ball players, there will bo no Interference on the part of thoa? connected with organized baseball. The game h opea Wall.0 * Ia Ike Cearte. ' Chicago, Jan. 22-Tbs Federal Lea gue today notified organized eeaebaii that the signing of players already utder contract with the Fed?rala would besought in thejfigurta. This ultimatum'was in the fw bf a tele gram wfhfcb; President Ownorc, of thc Feder^LcSsruo. Bent io President Baker;?t'th? Philadelphia Nationals, declaring he'would 'protect-' the contracts signed hy Ad Brennan and Kiinier.'^ 9?s The telegram read: "We''^weby officially notify you that AdJgrannan and William Killlfer have signed' contracta with Chicago FederelaOreud have received advance our playera and theil be "protected.'' ?re* Fraternity will aol limj?ihi-r*mii rel!? any a contract according tc Otto Kuab?v manager of tho Baltimore X?adrais?j|ho arrived Here todey.^ 1^ Fair Waralee New Yfcrk, Jan. 22-President Ed ward Barrow, of the International Letguc. said today that the few play ers of th er league who save jmnnec' to the Federal leagno -will have un til ?lie opening of tho Mt&a consider . their action. . Alu. date they twill be eliminated as rai ss the latwraationa! League la COB cerned. Ho said. ."The fnteraatlonal League will no make any attempt at retaliation et Ilea? I'IIta>nmon la feta botra and' an tte merits." Beate Brea* ftaV linorvlllo, Tenn., Jan. 21-Koaje lUPONS VOID ll d You will Soon Learn > To Get Votes Lost Because One Did Good Start j/?.r?m ?u buik ior ut? purpose of flipping th? coupon?, but tber? ara no restrictions a? to th? ?ou rc ea from which you may gather th? coupons. I nt? r ?et all af your friends, relatives, neighbors, ?tc., in aarlsg tb? coupons for you, and send them to the contest department |D your nnme. iCut cou pom out neatly. Do not t*ar out Pin or ti? thean together securely. When so arraigned it lo necessary to write your nani? ou tb? flret coupon U?., liss bee? dropped and Pineville. Ky., sdded to the Appalachian base hall league circuit, at Uie annual meeting her* tonight. The change lu circuit was mad? at the requ st of til? Rom? club which desired to en ter tb? Georgia-Alabama league. The franchisa of ts? Rom? team and and nine nf th? Rom? players were transferred to Pin?riUe. President F. B. Fisher, of th? league, wa? reelect ed. A schedule committee was ap peiated. Th? LajeJs Beelslea. Philadelphia. Jan. 22-IVilliam Killifer the catcher who was r?pJort ed to har? signed with the Federal League, has signed a three year con tract with the Philadelphia National League club, according to tb? follow THE LE STE a PIANO I responds to the lightest touch o2 th? Angers, lae mechanical parts an 1 absolutely perfect They perfora [ their part of the work under all cir cuznstances. and fn all climates 1 Change of temperature and othei weather conditions have no effect ot the 'striata. Nothing can spoil th? rich, mallow toss. It is a plans sad? to last, etc. WILLIS & SPEARMAN -Music House Bleckley Bldg. Anderson? S. G depend upon ! ? ? advertising tc attract your patronage We rely upon th? i quality of the coal tc I hold it. SLOAN only. Vote all of your coupons at' once. Send them In by mail If you haven't time to bring die ni to the con-, tent office dall on your friends and you will coon learn how easy it ls to get Totes. ' Uet one or two or even half a dozen of your friends to help you. They .will gladly do it and you will be sur prised bow rapidy the votes will come pouring in. T'ie ladies who work the. lutrdeet are bound to ?io in this con teat. Lt ls not too late to start now. The prizes can not be bought. The ! Anderson Dally Intelligencer has; ' planned to avoid this. There ls abso-| I lately no charge to enter tbs contest.; Call at The Anderson Dally Intelli gencers' office and talk lt over with ' th* contest manager and name one j of your stoters or friend* aa a can-' didate. Many a rac* has been lost because one did not get a good start, i DO NOT LET THIS BB TRUE IN YOIT' CASK. I ins statement elven out this after noon by President Baker of the locsl organization. "Kllufer signed his contrae* tor i three years with the Philadelphia! . Nationals yesterday, having consnltedi his lawyer and also his father, who i is a probate judge in Michigan." said j Baker. "He was advised that the ! Lajoie d?cision covered his case e\-? actly, and that the Philadelphia Nati onals had prior claim to his servicer and wbea this was-pointed out tot ham without any further considera tion; be signed his contract and re turned to the Fed?rala the advance money." "My opinion is that if all thc nati onal daagna players ??uO cunitunpiate signing with the Federal League, or have already signed-wyi examine the exact meaning of their contracte, tbs little old joker will be fonnd nestling away there." President Baker said the Lajolc de cision waa the strongest argument the National League had regarding contracts. --5 * ,CIC CSS<v "cir. uovmvu lu lue Pennsylvania supreme court in 1901. Lajoie. a member of the Philadelphia Nationals; had signed to play with tho Phiiadelnjhla ?> Americans and the Nationale ' took th* case into the eornrty war*-. ?SriBi tor an injunction ?ostraining Lajoie from plavins with tba 'Acontaos. The court refused lriju?i<t'.bn and the taue was cat j ried! to- th* ??np.Vme COT.. The II JW b jea! i? ??t?rsing the lower con t \ Iv.o; ?.> .justicis cotonrrniK . .at thc'rt e?rw clause w- * ldud.115 on th* pinier? and tl?et the fact that the employing elah, reserved the right to dlamie*: a playee on ten day's no , tic?, did not destroy the mutuality ot t,he agreement. ? While the Pennsylvania supreme i coutrt^ cnh'elB- Uta) reserve clause and the provision in baseball contracts re> lsA1hg;?te>?*t?a*-?*enl days notice ot rc > lease,! the ?Federal court haa taken an : opposite view on the release notice clause. SOUTHERN RAILWAY. Premier Carrier *f the Seath. IN CONNECTION WITH BLUE RID OF . RAILWAY. Scandal Effect!ive Jan. IS? 1914 8. H. Hardwick. P. T. M., Wash ington. D. C. 20 Greenville and Belton.. 8?30 a. m. 22 Greenville and Belton. .H;60 a. m. 15 Charleston* Oolumala en* ' ' felton, thi?ag?a$pep*ru> ' elton ....11:50a, m. tianta, Walhalla 'and .S?neca ... ... ... .....8:61 a, a> SBiGreenvllla.anft. Belton .. 1:26 p. tn 10,Atlanta, Walhalla, and Seneca ......4:52 a. nv Arriva! and departure of trains from Anderson, BVC SM. B, the fellowing schedule flgsre^ are published ouly AS Information ami are not guaranteed.' No. Arriving From Tim* ^ Seneca....6:63 p. m. 1? Charleston. Columbia and . Belton. Through coach from Colombia to Wal halls ....6:03 p. m I Leavre*- Far ?0 Belton, Greenville .. ..7:40 a. nv 22 Belton and Greenville. .9:20 s. ra 24 Belton and Greenville . .2:26 p. tn. - 10 Belton Charleston. Greenville and Columbia 4:62 p.m. 12 Belton, Colombia, Char? leston and Oreen ville . .8:61 a, ge, ! 9 Seneca, Walhalla and At lanta.11:10 a, m. ll Seneca, Walhalls through coach from Columbia. .6:08 p. na. No baggage, will be handled an motor cara No* 20r 24? 21, 86. St. 88. Connection la made at Belton Sor Southern train* and at San*?? Sor trains to Atlanta and, twon^fjar agents or w. m. Taber. 5?. * T. A? Graoaria?, 8. 8. <ii-WW W. a McGee, A. SuX. A., Colombia. S. 0. fi ; _ alja? '(**-.. ?in tm?m* '?MUImn?'**?ti mn ? ?~ I Want An AUTOMOBILE But Cannot wwAflford To Buy Oneva** 1ST O M IN AX IO M COU F? ON To enter the contest fill out this coupon and send to the Anderaoa Dally Intelligencer Contest Department. Each contestant la entitled to one Nomination, good for DA The Anderson Dally Intelligencer Popularity Coat est I hereby nominate lars, or! Miss. Street No.'..District No . Postofftce .State. Signed.^L. Address. Profession.? Date . Only one nomination -will be credited to each contestant. Under no circum stances will the name of nominator be divulged. Fill out the above Coupon, mail it to The Intelligencer Office and find out how you ^an easily get an AUTOMOBILE FREE. GOOD FOIt TWENTY-FIVE VOTES IN THE'ANDERSON DAILY IN TELLIOENCBR POPI LARITY CONTE8T. Candidates Name. You may send in aa many of these free ballots as you can get, each one will count twenty-five votes. This free ballot must, reach the contest office not later than Jan. 24, 1914. ..... _VOIP AFTER JAKUABY, 84, 1914. Report of the Condition of CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK tt Anderson, 8. C. In Ute State of Sooth Carolina at the close ef bus iness, January 18, If 14. Resources ' Loans and Disccunts .... 269,124.2? Overdrafts secured and unsecured : ......... 1,943.61 U. 8. Bonds to secure .Circulation1-' ? 25,000.00 Premiums on TJ Blonds ....900.00 Bonds, Securities, etc. 17,700.00 Panklnk House, Furniture and Fixtures .-....... 4,254.69 Due from State and Private , Banks and Bankers, Trust Companies and Savings Banks . 35.70 Hue from approved Reserve Agents.6.949.83 Checks'and other raab Items '.......??... lf,7SiJl Exchanges tor Clearing JlOUDC. o,pi?.?? Xotea of other Nations! Banks ..........1,706.00 Fractional Paser Currency, Nickels and Cents. 266.93 ? Awful lloney Reserve in Bank, vis., Specie ._. 8,655.85 Legal'tender notes 1,000.00 9,66545 Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer (6 per cent of circulation.) . 1,250.00 /ToUl.. 1368,173.52 Liabilities Capital Stock Paid in-.... 100.000.00 Surplus fund , .. 26,000.00 Undivided Prints, less Expenses, and Taxes paid. 3,367.06 National Rank Notes out standing. 260,000.00 Due to other National Banks 10)68^69 Due to state ono Private "Banka .sud B?nkers ........3,600.00 Div?deos unpaid. ?0.00 1 [-.dividual deposita subject to check .I....... 194,912.16 Demand certificates of . deposit. 1.526.31 Total. .... 368,878.62 STATS OF SOUTH CAROLINA, County of Anderson, ss. I, J. F. Shumate, cashier cf thc above named bank, do solemnly swearthat the above statement 1B true tn the best of my knowledge sad belief. f ?. F? SHtJMATE,Cashter. Subscribed aad sitora to before me thia 20th day of Jsoutry 1914. *V COLLEN SULLIVAN. Notary Public | terr?es Attest* J? 9> Aneereoa W. W. Thoapfen, J. B McPaJL Directors. II Was supposed to trans mute the baser hetals in to gold. Today we call it efficiency. Efficiency is the result of knowing how, and of do ing the best you know how. We could do our work cheaper, but we won't. We would do our work better, but we can't. L. BRISSEY LUMBER OC ANDERSON, S. C. ! il 1 ?. You people that have had idle pianos in you bornes, think o f t h e possibilities that ? PLAYER PIANO opens to you. You can have th? su?sic ?hat you like, play ? when you want it, ?nd play it like you W?*ntit You can play anything from the simples popular air, to the most difficult passage fron Chopin, without knowing a "note of music. We'will take your old Piano in exchange 01 a PLAYER PIANO, and you can pay th< balance on easy termes. COME IN AND LET US DEMONSTRATE TOE FLATS! ? ' 1 ' 11 ? : PIANO TO YOU s " ..- 'V ? C. A. Reed Piano and Organ Compaq ?pi* - 1?6417 North Maia Str?f-t, Ati?eriois, S. C. Tb? ?trdw quietly enrr?red. .Indeed, ea* tot Might ihr a greyhound by ?tupirla? Mri. "Wall." ?ed? Jone?. 'Ve lovely ow to ?nom? asd took ot tv whole nba* < ?hrh that you dont have to dodge. . rm THE ANDERSON DAILY INTELLIGENCER ---- ? - ......i ? ? ?-*A.--.--.- _---TT^^^ -TTr^T^^*. M^..- .. _..-, ^ .. . ^_. ammmJmm^^m^mm^**w*jmmmmmm^m*^***^ \ VOL. 1 No. IO ^eeklr. Established 1SC?: Vally. Jan. 18. 1814. ANDERSON. S. C. FRIDAY MOR NI NP. JANUARY 2.1 10l A. PRirc FWP rF.MTS SK AA PPR ANNI DM