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The season opens with sun
shine and some splendid styles.
Fresh and jaunty-full of
fashion, high crown, narrow
Fine and supremely elegant;
rolled' edge brim, high crown,
with sunken tip or double tele
scoped with black bands.
AU New York styles ?nd fav
orite? shown at Ccly's.
$1.50 to $4.00
$2.50 td $6.00
T. I. foly Co.
Under Hotel Chic?la.
Reduced Fire Hazard
SDe Indiana State Fire Marshal de
es that every city and town
should conduct "Clean Up and Paint
up1' campaigns, to reduce fire haz
el aa. if for no other purpose. And
he declares that the application of
paint to wooden . buildings ls quite
ai important a fire preventative as is
the removal of rubbish from garrets
and areawaya. He ls therefore st?ong
ly urging 'Clean Up and Paiut Up"
week's tor every city tn 'ao State.
"Inspections tn the .^rger cities."
says the Indiana Fire Marshal, "show
that about 10 per cent ot all buildings
and premises within business dis
tricts are being endangered by rub
bish. Though the residence districts
have not.been inspected, the propor
tion, no doubt, ls Just as large. One
of the most effective fire prevents? ?
tires-ls clean and tidy premises, both
in business houses and in dwellings."
The Fire Marshal is advising every
where the painting of the shingle
wt. "Paint not only makes shingles
Ure durable," says the Fire Mar
. 1*1, "but lt acts aa a fire prevents
ive as well. By covering and protect
ing the fussy splinters that form ou
the. outer su rf nee of shingles, the
?-fttsBt greatly reduces the likelihood
of .fir? from falling sparks."
Scoves'of Indiana cities followed
tho Fire Marshal's advice last year
and hundreds will do it this year,
everywhere the aChool children take
a prominent part in this work. Tho
"Ciena Up4and Paint Up" campaign
giro thmuf r.thidr first lesson lu fire
Mffff|v' t -:-:-'
[fottm+Afl 90 COMMBTATION
All parsons liable to road tax tor
ft Are hereby notified that the time
for payment to tb* county 4.r:-;;r.jrcr of
?aid ?axe* will expire on the 1st day
ot ?tty. 1915. After that dat? * penal
ty will he attached.
J. MACK KINO.
"Liars!" Cries Billy Sun day to Newspapers.
* arr* ' .
mero was Just on?; word in the
English. language to ^vpress Hilly
Sunday's opinion of newspapers
which printed stories about lils t'i-'st
few meetings in Paterson, .V J., that
he had been received coldly.
"Liars!" he cried.
Then during his explanation he
spoke of the twenty old men who
wrote the stories for New York and
New Jersey newspapers as "stinking
little reporters.Ma Sunday thought
sc, too. This photograph gives some
Idea of the way Hilly looked when he
Hilly wav on the Inst lap Of lunch
eon when Ma Sunday invited .the
uewspuper men to enter the dilling
room und receive an authoritative
.statement to controvert thc "lying''
stories which the newspapers, par-j
tlculurly those in New York, havo
The evangelist unit the task of dis
posing of. a dish of mewed peaches
and smote'the table ?? mighty wallop
that made, iii? crockery rattle.
"Any man that writes such stun*
is a liar." ha exclaimed, as 'if posited
his ? hair lawk from tho table. The
diamond stickpin which fastened his
silk drowsing guwn at tho neck
gleamed in an agitated fashion, as
both Billy and Ma expressed them
selves in unmistakable terms ?moa 'he
character of the "miserable, Blinking
reporters," who wrote such trash.
"I neve.- saw a meeting ?tart off
with such a fine spirit," declared Sun
day. "If they (meaning the reportera
win? said (here was a lack of ontiiubi
asm) don't want to support the move
ment let them koop away. I never
asked a newspaper to support, mo in
my lifo. They can write anything
they like and you won't hear a peep
from me. Anyone who want3 *o run
down these meelina ls a calamity
howler. I'm sick pt these stinking lit
tle reporters who write such stuff and
fry to frame up things. Why do they
lie about the community and misrep
"See." Interrupted Ma, "thal*.-; tutu
What l told you he'd say. We're de
lighted at the reception we've re
ceived . "
Ex-Governor Shallenberger Coming Chautauqua
HON. A. C. SHALLENBERGER NOW CONGRESSMAN FROM NE
HON. ASHTON C. SHALLENBERGER, ex governor of Nebraska and
newly elected congressman, whose campaign waa In many ways very
remarkable, ts to lecture here on the third day of the Redpath Ohac
t\uqua this season. Aside from his prominence in state and national
affairs, he Is a fluent sod. entertaining speaker, and his appearance on the pro
gram ls an event well worth while.
In the 485 congressional elections in 1014 only four Deraoct vis won In dis
tricts that Were already represented by Republicans. Mr. Shailenberger waa
one ot tli<)..four.a After continued solicitation by tbs Democratic leaders of.
tbe*?tato ho consented to run for congress with the understanding that he
would: not. make any political campaign for the nomination. He had. already
signed a contract.with; the Redpath Bureau to fill a season of 10X4 Chantan*
qua dates, and the four was near af hand.
Mr. 8ballcnbergct was not in bis district a day during his campaign nor
was any work done for him hy any one ebie. Some others made a complete
canvass of the district with *pecchtnak1njr, poster? hnd literature.
When the election was held Mr. 8ballonb?rger was at Farmington, Mo.
While- lhere lt#9 received a telegram that he bad won the nomination sad that
be had received more votes than- all the other candidates against him twice
over. He bad defeated bl* .leading competitor hy about three to one.
Mr. SaflUenberger finish *<1 his Chautauqua tour lo ^Missouri about Sept. 1.
Returning borne, he Ju rope :l nt once into a whirlwind campaign. He reached
every town In hts district by automobile and spoke about 150'times In four
1 weeks. Sometimes he ?poke four times tn -one day. He won out In a strong
Republican district over o man who bad never lost a political battle before.
Ho stilt has thc distinction or being thc utily Democrat that ha* been.able te
carry thu? district for congress since he represented it before. .
Mr.? Hhaiieniicrgof na* served in congress from bis district before and tn
1008 was elected, governor Of Nebraska, rccutviag a majority ucarty double that
of bis fellow cutten. William. Jennings Bryan. Re is the only Democrat ever
elected from his district to congress ?and the second Democratic govern? of
I Personal j
P. M. Hurghardt Ol War?; Shoals
was among the visitors in Un* city
W. li. McCaw of Columbia, repre
senting the Hook Hill Uuggy com
pany, is a visitor in the city. He waa
at one time engaged in the newspa
per business in Columbia.
L. S. and Mrs. ciinksculos of Starr
were among the visitors In the city
William and tyra. Wharton of Starr
were in the city yo.-terday.
I>. T. Boleman of TownviHe wat?
among the visitors In th eelty yester
B. M. Ivey. of Atlanta: James A.'
Stall, of Meriden; and Charles Kohn.
ot New York, Jewelry drummers, were
in the city yesterday calling on local
AT THE ANDERSON
Very Creditably Performance Las*
Night hy Fountain Stock Co.
"Hearts of the Blue Ridge" was the
title of a very creditable performance
presented hy The Fountain Stock Co..
at the Anderson Tieatro last night.
Mr. "Bet" Schafer, as Wltakes Wat
son, and Miss Edith Kurtz, aa Aunt
Mandy Watson, did remarkably well in
there imitations ot the "Ol-time
There will be a special matinee IIIIH
afternoon, at 2:45 sharp. Th?* same
companv will present "The Sweetest
nm in nixie."
They will present ?. play Tonight
that should prove \*>ry interesting, the
title being "The Wolf."
DEATH OF LAU
Walter Brace Hied Thursday Night
at Orr Milla.
Walter, the 14 years old son of Mr.
and Mrs. Perry Hruce, died Thursday
night at 10 o'clock nt the home. No.
2 Lyon street. Orr Mill village. The
funefal services were held yesterday
afternoon at 2 o'eloc, ofter Wfhlch in
terment was in Orr Mill cemetery.
"You know, dear, Cholly says if
women get the ballot it will only in
crease the ignorant vote."
"Don't let him mislead you, dear.
You won't have to vote unless yon
vant to."-Buffalo Express.
Those Living In Glass Houses
Should Not Throw Stones
And there are others who do not throw rocks, but
who suffer from the breaking of glass. To the .
latter class this message is directed.
' We make a specialty of
repairing wind-shields. We
carry in stock a special glass
-just for this purpose if; in
terested stop by and let us
fix your wind shield for you.
We have the exclusive
agency for the celebrated
Pittsburg Plate Glass Com
pany's plate glass. .There's
nothing bettci ai plate glass;
this is standard the world
over. Let us have your or
The stock of window glass
we carry would do credit to
a town twice the size of An?
dersbn; and it's the kind that
you can see through, and yet
it's not easily broken either.
Single and Double strength
glass any size.
You Will Find Our Prices Right On All Glass I
??lill ???.?? I III ???? ? ?.I.I.??. UBI .????? ?-????I.?lill.I
Townsend Lumoer Company.
Splendid for lUicuniattsni.
"I think Chamberlain's Liniment is
just ??plendid for rheumatism," writes
Mrs. Dunburgh. Eldridge. N. Y. "it
has~ been used by myself and other
members of my family time and time
again during the post six vcars and
has always given tho best satisfac
tion." Thc quick relief from pain
which Chamberlain's Liniment af
fords ls alone worth roany times the
coBt. Obtainable everywhere.
?Spend your money at home. Buy South Car
olina custom h rind made harness, bridles, ete.,.at i'
factory pricer. A trjal order will prove our as- \
scrtlon. We buy hides and tallow at highest
prlces. Write us your wants and offerings.
WILSE W. MARTIN
Columbia. S. C.
SCENES IN ANDERSON NEXT WEEK
Find Yourself In the Picture. >
"CLEAN-UP AND ir^A?NT-UP" WEEK APRIL 19-24.