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Gleamings From The September "Com?an"
T~4^~?2:'12'L "KT . r? .1 Best Porch or Window Vine.L. E. Carethers
interesting News 1 terns From the Best Home.._.......,,B. C. cngg
Official Monthly Paper Of the First Prize....L. H. Thomas
Anderson Y. M. c. A., Fr^d SSS*.. "?? :.v::::::::::::::.v.v;:;fv/;:;;i:'j^StS^
M. Burnett* Editor. GLUCK WIRELESS. pital and unexpected to return
t--- . home at an early <*r> te.
? ? - ' ' c ?- ' 9'-;"* ' ^ne people of the village and The new Library which was
? especially the children are look- formally opened Wednesday
ing forward to Monday, Septem- night, August 19, is the most
ber 14, when the Gluck Mill popular place in the village with
school will begin. Miss Floride the young folks at this time.
Harris will be the principal this One of the social affairs of the
^^y&\r and will have charge of the month was the wedding of Miss
higher grades, while. Miss Grace Nannie Pearson and Mr. Will
Owen will assist Miss Harris and Roberson. Miss Pearson is one of
have charge of the intermediate the most popular young ladies of
grades. Every boy and girl in the I the village, while Mr. Roberson
vill?ge that can should be ready is the efficient cloth-room over
to go the first day- ' seer at Toxaway. Their friends
Blake Morgan, of Greenville, and THE COMIAN extend to
is visiting his sister, Mrs. Kay, pn them very best wishes
Vandiver street. Luke Moore is wearing a broad
Misses Kessie Young and Dessie smile now all on account of ? fine
McGill, two of the village's pdp- "boy" at his house
ular young ladies, are Just back Everybody enjoyed the pictures
from a visit, to relatives and shown by Mr. Minis at the hall
friends in Hendersonville. last Saturday night and hope it
Little Gladys Johnson is spend- won't be long before wc will have
ing the week with her grandfather more.
at Honea Path. Mr. Luther Peace was at his
Miss Lee Cooper, on Hill street, regular post last Sunday evening.
f? has tjeen on the sick list for some Mr. J. H. Willingham is very ill
I On August 19th, the attractive Library and Community House time. !; ' at this writng.
'.'shown in the. above cut was formally dedicated and opened to the Mrs. Macy Wood Brown is irn* Mr, Tucker and family are run
public at Riverside-Toxaway. A ii:ge crowd assembled to witness proving from a short illness. ; ning the boarding house at Tox
the exercises and an attractive program was rendered. This advance A fine baby boy, Mr. and Mrs. away formerly occupied by Mr.
move on the part of the Rivcrside-Toxaw?y management is merely H. C. Hancock, on Wellington Ford. .
another indication of thc willingness of the aggressive manufacturers street. ? Mr. Wood, from Greenville,
of Anderson to offer to their ambitious operatives the best possible The Baptist people of the vii- fined Mr. GrahanVs pulpit 'here
advantages. - THE COMIAN congratulates you, Mr. Gossett! 'age have preaching at the hall Sunday and sp?nt the day with
_ on Saturday night now instead of Mr. Joe Whitten.
RIVERSIDE-TOXAWAY PRIZES. Su"idaJ ?n* f,mllu "". "?c Mrs* Hughes of Riverside,
_ .. J- M- Davis a?)d family are vis- spent Sunday with Mrs. Vail, at
/ We are glad to announce in this issue of THE COMIAN the prize ,n Abbev,1Ie count* 111,5 Orrville.
winners in the batter flower vards and premises contest conducted by M' c c ~ ^"p x" -, Mrs. Pearson and family, Will
Mr. Gossett this year, in the Riverside-Toxaway villages. Mr. Gos- , Mr' S> b* .Perguson, the new Roberson and wife, - Mrs. Cleve
sett's offer was very liberal, although the weather waf very unfavor- b??,wia^ 6gS Iand and\ Mrs John Mahoney
/able during the spring andmany were at a great disadvantage to-try ?nG^*?tT ^^LwSSS^ SP^? S"Vday w,t?l (^ PearSon
1 to have flower yards and gardens. There were several families n gLSS^S^feS anlfamilv*
the village that carried water during the dry weather and watered BSjS&Sn*'T?^ T , ?tne"of the? mostKinteresting
their flower yards and even the vegetable gardens, thus showing-the h Vh^%,fr? Sfll has been run- b.aSeba11 ^V1? ? ???Seas??
interest in good homes and premises. The prize winners of the two ninIbeh9 8S?fi5^5iSi-SS gk orte pulled off at the park two
villages-are found below: ^ .-. / . - mng-oft full time this summer ana Saturdays ago between Riverside
. . - River.?* Village-Flower Garons. 2 ^Sfems to be baPPY and Toxaway jind Bregon,,The score
* First Prize ~ ' - Moft!o noocl-" ProsPerous- , x 'was 1 and i up to the tenth in
second fe !: '-:mm ' %mm: * * . *Ma-w rffi?? , A very unusual occurrence took ning, .when our tcafti'made a run
ThiTprize ".L; ^Church place at ?luct-last Saturday and and,wQflSe game: .Clean ball was
fourth S 'M ' * v . . . .V^pTe Sunday when six young people of played all through t?game.
M?h pS^r ' ' ?1 WZ* ; * * ' '?M?$ ^'AAnr ?voS??' ?5^^"^^ Tarn?I~m J.C5S The addition of l?verai '. new
WM pi'L * ' * * '* '4 * ' ' .'J4*A* ?,e?a,nder tha* twenty-four hours, which houses,tn 'the Riverside village
?-1 ? Pr"c .......A- C A11,son alone goes to show that Gluck is adds &c?toihe lb'o?'-of ?the vii
~. . D . the place to ?ve. i15r? - --,- . .- ?. .
.....:.L. W. ChufLh; MT. Albert McGill and Miss " SMrs.i?ct?t?, ?n ?lfchell street,
Third Pri e.Annie Peace, Ophelia Baine zte one of^the new enj d a vislt-to relatives and
?^L PZ^' ' ' ' ' " * * ' - " *-* ' *Mel,Se ?$ly couples and after a short visit to fnenfelnvtiniori last week.
"S?fuP?>. .** ***.....Mrs. Pike Hartwell, Ga., are^at home to Luthers Church visited his
fifth Prize................Lonnie Franklin their friends on Vandiver street. br0Lt^n ^o%aYffing li?
' Lr, j Special?. - Mr. Robert Adams and Miss shut d6^... f t -Jf ^6
Best Front Yard. . J.Mattie Beasley Katie Morrison were happily m?r- w are*elad to report that Mrs.
Best BackYard....L. E. Smith ried last Sunday and live-on Hill ^^^gmj-S^^l^
Pest Condition Shade Trees.A. W* Beasley street. fast frontier receS ?Sf
'Best Condition Fruit Trees. .V. :. .Mrs. Pike Mr. Allen Bples and Miss Eliza !%O^vi^?r??Ptf? vi?
Best Home.... .., ..... . ........L. W. Church Young were married last Sunday , ? 4Dufd remember, that
Toxaway Village-Flower Gardens. and afterward left on a honey- SCHOOL B?G1NS MONDAY,
First Prize.. ..Mrs. Acker moon trip to Mr. Boles' relatives CEPTEMBER 14
Second Prize.......'. .. .j. L. Head in Georgia. The friends of the J . ? ? ^- ..
Third Prize.... -.-J. H. Davis above couples and THE COMIAN ADVANTAGE OF EDUCATION
. Fourth Prize.A. H. King extend to them all the good The -chance of a properly ?du
Fifth Prize............?. A. Hutchison wishes possible. cated man' in holding a position as
Fifth Prize-;. ,.>........ .E. J. Campbell Now that Mr. Ligon has had aea?hst an uneducated one is as
Best Kept Premise*. the front streets of the village 25Q to lt acCording to Mr- Harris,
First Prize, ,\.-:.Mrs. Pearson cleaned up and put in, dandy good united States*commissioner, of ed
Second Prize.g-??-?. .\ ........... J. H. Davis shape, with just a little work on uca*:on.
Third -Prize........?............... i_..J. E. Moulder the part of those in,the village, .?. -, .
Fourth Prize..'.........'.........J. H. Atewlne tho.Gluck village can be made ORRVILLE NEWS. .
iFifth Priz?..........._........._...._J, B, Estes one of the prettiest millloWns in -rr^- .
^ Specials. ? ' the South. Trash of all kind and School days are here and all
- Best Front Yard.,. ....._,. .Mrs. Acker old tiri cans (tin caris br'eed mds- the children are glad. .
Best Back Yard..,,._..,_E. A. Hutchison quitoes every day) are hauled off Mrs. -C.. T. Cooper is visiting
..BeaAC6Mi?h^haif? Trees ;. i ; .v. ^ v. i.. ; ,E/C; Franklin promptly when put on the back her sister, Mrs. Mattie Evans,-m .
Best Condition Fruit Trees-.w?...-... .... .Mrs. Junkins alleys. Let's improve the looks of Clinton, this week. >
Best Home.........._..................Mrs. Pearson our premises. Little Charlie Hart who was
: . ' - : - ? ? - -.i -ir-u--- kicked by a horse the first of Au
BROGON WINNERS. HIKE TO HIGH SHOALS. , gust, has about recovered.^ .
- Sunday afternoon, August 16, Mt. Bob Trayrtem, a brother of
In thc carly spring, Mr. C W. Causey, Supt. of the Brogon Mill, a jolly crowd of 30 Sunday school Mrs. Corra Whitten, paid Orr
olTered different prizes, amounting to ^So.oo, for flower gardens, hoys enjoyea a mice to High ville a short visit last
premises, vegetable" gardens, etc., etc ; The prizes have been Shoal!^TJ,CJ.br^ tYf '?Yi 'M^?^in^?lwM??
?warded but owing t?^the fact thatith?re were so many who.took a ville Methodist churc^at^ 3:15 ^MMMlf}^r?h iS away
greatIntcrestin the improvement of their gardens, yards and;prem- and returned about. # :00 o clo?k. c^ndUctin| a meeting.
was a hard task to really tell who did deserve the few prizes Every boy tmff^^^? '?^?&M&M? I S!
ab?ve the others. The Brogon'people are to be congratulate for walker and, wMeihMWtew ???M^J^I^P and P -r
the real interest Shown in the'hqmes and premises ol? thVvillage, ahd ?ral ^ ^/ Sv^S dUMrg?nr? ^
,wV;??e thereare quite a numl/ci oTsplendid homes and premise! in the ^h 0^LT^-rJlTA^ J?J^ i"citor2^ T ^H fo relatifs
captured the^ pnzes .^S?^har^ V ton Cooper and 'John Henry Be- kfa?^Harris
fc?,?f Pr?^ flower uardens. ^ . vilUThese two are much sm?ller str?et, is< quite-ill at this writing,
&nn^ PHV;' ' ' . ' - -*p' .?-fi?gf than the 'others and are only -.bout Mr. R.^W. Hetribree, director
.gUf . . V ?m? * . - ' *-. . -E;nh ? 6 years old, b?t kept up Ah the of the Second Regiment band,
K rt?h^P^e " * ' " *. . ' *4 * ' ' ? crowd and knjoved^the Vip going spenf.the ^week of August in
cfrVwo PV ' ': ..*'*' ./ . . ;. MliS^^? and toming, which is not less the country, directing the. Jolly
Sliter! '. . . . . . . rv- . vv.Magge:^ambriU 4han a ten-mile hiV.?, ?bowed that band,, after which Mr.? andi Mrs,
Fifth Prize.. ,.. .S. J^ E/ Dixon they were game little fellows, and Hemb?ee sjient seV?ral days with
^:... . ? ~. :'- , Special?; .. ' -n 'r>' 'r> '^3p?niimeii of the,true .blue.-kind. fri?nds:m;i?^?nt.''.;; ' ' '
Best Arranged .uaraen..* .......... <???. .B. C. Gngg -v - ? .- ^-_ -Mr.TW. uC.'- Jaynes and wife
Best Jndividual Plaht...:..-.J. E, Floyd RIVERSIDE-TOXAWAY. spehtia few days in Georgia dur
V Largest Display...E. C. White -, L mg the-month ami rep?rt a very
Qest Kept Premises. -j; vAlmost^
First Prize...............B. C Grieg village ?reV taking advantage of )Atf$:'-yfi Rabb reports a very
; Second-Prize,. ,E.*C. White the splendid crop of peaches arid pleasant j vacation of two week?
.'.Third Prize,............ i \. L. E. Carethers other fruit this year ahd are put- spent In 4he "mountains of North
Fourth Prize-.-.-?S.E. Hart ting up lots of fruit for winter Carolina.-'"
Fifth Prize..V.. .J. D. Boy kin use, Which is a very good thing tb ':. Miss-'?Fi?Tehce \ Hudgens will
?Y?:. -v ; Speclals4 ?: do. ^^;lj?aye:]to: take, charge of her,
Best Front Yard.". . . . ..... i.... H.. . . - ? ? . .E. G. White The many friends of Mrs. Jane schoolwork in the country, where!
Bf^.t Back Yard................. ........ ...B. G. Grigg j Moulder will be glad to know she, Stieis tb i?ach' thf s year. . I
r;..--.^stTrqiirt| Porch, ?V t'?V*..'?ft;.?,,, 0i ? iV.v> i. tM, .B. Hall, is Improving very fast at the ; |i$fdf ?'.x;.-iWtr-/ J)3i?f ir^ _ Ed w$t ritsf of-?lber-.
ton, Ga., ts visiting Mr. P. M.
Hutto and J. T. Mahoney.
Among those who attended the
annual picnic at Carswell Insti
tute were Messrs. B. C. Young
Amos Craft, Charlie Ellison, Ed
Conwell, W. M. Scott, J. H. Han
cock'and R. W. Hembree.
EQUINOX NEWS ITEMS.
f Mr. Hunter is the new superin
tendent at Equinox and comes
from Lowell, Mass. Mr. Hunter is
highly recommended as a mill
man and is winning a host of
Mr. A. E. Mull is the new man
ager of the store at Equinox and
is putting in his stock of goods as
rapidly as possible
Mr. Will Blakely has moved to
tlie village and lives on Church
Mrs. Guy Beard, of Gluck,
spent Sunday with her mother,
Mrs. Hall, on Church street.
After grading and hauling dirl
several weeks Highland avenue,
the new street in the pillage, has
been turned into one of the pret
tiest streets in the whole village.
The ground is very level on the
front and the back and by the
grading that was done gives ev
erybody a chance to have a good
Omar Dickason and family are
also among the newcomers.
Mr. S. T. Massey, who has
been instating, moving and over
hauling r/achinery in the mill,
states tha' he has finished his
work- and that it will only be a
short while until all the machinery
will be runnine.
Everybody is busy at Equinox,
some are moving tn and getting
ready to go to work as the work
starts up, others are cleaning up
and beautifying their premises and
planting fall vegetables.
Watch the people make a new
place out of Equinox 1
There has been no permanen'
schedule arranged yet about the
free moving pictures that are be
ing shown in the different villages,
and the onlv way to knowLwher
pictures \ will be shown is to watch
the bulletin boards for no.tices.
ANDERSON MILL NEWS.
Mr. L O. Gosnell and family
visited relatives in Spartanburg
and Greenville counties during
the time the mill was shut down'.
Mrs. .Annie Smith visited friends
in Pickens county a few weeks
ago. Mrs. Smith is an old resident
of the village and it is interesting
to know that she has lived in the.
same house iri the village fifteen
C. T. LaFoy, of the office, took
advantage of the special trip to
Washington and other points of
interest during the month, and
says he took in about all he could
s|and at one time.
J. R. Richardson and -family
are Spending a few days in Geor
gia at this writing.
Mrs. M; A; White has returned
home after a visit to her daughter,
Mrs. J. W. Abbott, in Walhalla.
Miss Abbie Wester is visiting in
Westminster at this writing.
Miss Levan, of Pell City, Ala.,
is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Mor
gan, on West End avenue.
Mr. R. E. Smith is now outside
overseer at the Anderson Mills, jj
Mr. M. P- Owen, from Pelzer,
is the new second hand in No. 1
. SCHOOL BEGINS IN OUR
NEW BUILDING MONDAY,
SEPTEMBER 14, and every boy
and girl should be ready to go the
very first day and attend regu
Mr. Frank White had a new
coat of paint put on his house
while the mill was stopped.
SIGN YOUR NAME.
"You just sign it for me, I'm
powerful nervous" or "I doh'I
write much" are expressions that
are frequently heard around a
mill when a man is asked to sign
his name.' it's a pitiable sight to
see a man grown who can't even
sign his name and would not
know it if he were to see it in
This man, however, will not
see this article, but we are wrlti
ingall, for those who will see.il!
You may have an opportunity t?
help in.some way by a word of en
couragement some/hoy or girl to
get the rudiments of an education
that'Will be of inestimable value
to them in after life.
There is positively no excuse
for any person at any of bur mills
not being able to read and write.
If the opportunity is lacking, we
will see to it ?hat the opportunity
is supplied-if you can't read and
write, don't be too bashful to let
some uno help you.
The above article "Sign Your
Name" was written by L. P. Hol
lis, who is editojr of the Pacomico,
the paper published for the oper
atives of the Parker Cotton Mills'
Company. Mr. Hollis had in mind
.he people who worked in those
articular mills when he pointed
.ut the advantages offered to. the
people to obtain an education.
Wight here in Anderson, at Gluck,
itt Crr, at Brogon, at Equinox, at
l iveiside-Toxaway, and at the
Anderson Cotton Mills the people
w'll have as good opportunity this
coming fall and winter to obtam
cxp< ri . instruction as can be ha.'
under similar conditions any
where. We were proud of our
Night School last year and expect
h make it bigger and better than
ever this time. .
The people of Brogon Village
have been for the last two weeks
enjoying the annual vacation
which the company gives in order
that everybody may have a time
for rest and recreation. Several
families are spending their vaca
tion in the country, while others
are in the mountains and other
places of interest.
Mrs. Hall and daughters, Eu
genia and Clarice, and Mrs. Harry
Cathey, spent several days last
week visiting in Georgia.
Belton Hall is away on a hike
at this writing.
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce visited rel
atives and friends at Inman last
Mrs. Charles White and chil
dren are back from a visit to
friends in the country.
Miss Emma White has returned
from a short stay in the country
with her grandfather, Capt. Bus
Robert Junkins spent a few
days in Walhalla last week.
(Some attraction up that way for
i Miss Alma Farmer and Mr. Will
Philips w?re happily married Sun-,
?lay, August 16, and, after a very
Sumptuous dinner, the bride and
groom left immediately on a short
honeymoon. Their friends of
ft* village and THE COMIAN ex
tend to them very best wishes.
: Th? friends ot Mr. and Mrs/
Rush sympathize with them be
cause of the death of their baby a
few weeks ago
T. E. White and sons a?d Mr.
and Mrs. Magnus Metts, Miss
Sarah Bowie and John Bowie, J
spent a week of their vacation at
Hattin's'Ford on a camping trip.
They report plenty of fish and a
The moving pictures which are
being shown on the lawn at the
library about once every -two
weeks by Mr. Mims, are always
well attended and enjoyed by all,
and especially by the women and
children. We wish to thank who
ever is responsible for the free
One of the most enjoyable
outings of the season was the
"Social Hike" taken by thc mem
bers of the Girls' Club of the
Libxary two weeks ago. After
broTfing meats arM toasting marsh
mallows over the camp fires and
telling ghost stories, the girls re
turned to the Library a tircd? but
Mrs. George Reynolds and
Mrs. Spearman on H street are
quite ill at this writing.
Mr. C. W. Causey and family
spent several days at Isle of Palms
during vacation time- i
SCHOOL DAYS BEGIN MON-]
DAY, SEPTEMBER 14. LET'S?
GET THE CHILDREN READY
TO GO ALL THE TERM.
" Watch Brogon's 1 lowen
yards!" - :
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
All person holding claims against
tho estate of Peter O. Acker, deceased,
are hereby notified to present them
at ctiCBf duly . attested, and also 1 all
person Indebted to said estate will
also piase settle same Immediately
with the undersigned.
Notion ls also given, that wo will on
October lat, 1914 at ll o'clock a. m..
apply to the probate judge of An
derson county for a ??naLaettlemcnt of
said estate and a discharge, from our
office as executors.
Edna Jane Acker,
W. B. Acker, and
Haly Could" Decide Struggle
Rome, Sept. 12.-French advances
have jOat been uiado by both Germany
and Austria with tho object of induc
ing Italy to abandon her neutrality,
it being urged that ItulyV uctioti
might be decisivo for either aide.
- Austrian naval experts'point oui
that the allies, from a naval stand-1
point, baye achieved nothing against I
Austria and argue 'that It hardly was I
possible that ' they would doro to at-i
tack the combined naval forcea of
Austria and, Italy, j
You will be doing yourself
a good turn by installing a
GAS RANGE. We sell
them under the strongest
Easy terms-$2 down and
$2 per month.
Anderson Gas Co.
Change In Location
I am now localed over W:
A. Power's grocery store at
212 1-2 S. 'Main Street. I
thank my friends for their
past patronage and ask con
tinuance of same. - .
I make plates at $6.50
i make gold crowns at$LOO
Silver fillings, 50c and up.
Gold fillings $1.00 ami up
Patnless Extracting 4C>\
1 make a specialty of
treating Pyorrhea, Alveo
laris of the gums and all
crown and bridge work and
regulating mal rormed teeth.
All work guaranteed
class. _jVjtjieitj ?i--. *
S. G. B R U C E
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When You Buy r
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YOU VU Y THE ?K8Tf:, '
We arc sole agents; for
in Anderson. . .? ^ '
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Pant's Bo?lt St?re.
from HEAVY STORM
Po you know that TOO can get
from us a TORNADO POLICY,
which will protect jon from the
troubles that TOO* Holgate rs
. are new suffering. It coBts very
; little in pre? lom hut PAYS
LARUE u? results. COME to our
ofllce and let UH tell j ou about IL
$15 PER WEEK
or women to introduc tia UK8TBVER POLISH
MOP. Year's contract, weeklj pay. BtMrtotwi
vniKCOtsarr. .Rofcrene? raqatrwt. tlESTBVKK
SI KU. CO., Dept. JU. Ka?t St. UuLs, Illinois.
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