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What "the ?
.tt?-W- * .*-.*.' P (jip
Interesting Newt Item? auld Edi
Y. M. C. /
USE YOUR GARDEN SPOT.
h'ach and every famity will be
provided with plenty of ground
for a- garden spot this summer.1
Your superintendent and the out
side overseer wi?! see to it that
you are supplied with a good gar
den spot. To encpurage every
body,- and in order to make it
easy for, each family to- use their
garden spot, the Companies trill
give the ground one? . good: deep
plowing. There ought not to be
a family in our entire group of
mills without a first class garden
There1 is no telling just how much
a good vegetable garden will save
VINES ON EVERY PORCH.
lt so-happens sometimes that
the front yard is so smalt or for
some other unavoidable reason it
is impassible to do very vmucffj
with a> Variety of Hav ers. Wheth
er much is done with, flowers or
hot. UV...? possible to nave pretty
?reen vi?eS" on. every *OTch-^te>tn
ront ?artd back. Nothing will
make y our, home look, more pleas
ant or home like. Vines are easy
to gea**; The ground should be
spaded? up at least twelve inches
deep, 'and well rotted manure
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uaiciMitjr ? WUIP.CU - III. ??.ICU
when the ground gets warm, sow
morning: glories, climbing nastur
tiums or any other good climbing
seeds; ; Sprinkle well with waiter
late every day, preferably after
the sum goes down, and, when the
vines come up, run some strings
frnm (tia ornnnJ *~- rf
~*-' * V. %W|> Xii til?.
porch. If you-will then give the
vines the proper care, the vines
themselves will do the rest. Why
not try them this year? Remem
ber that the slogan for the*Ander
son mi|l villages is: "Vines pn Ev
J ? VIVII.
A WA5H??GTON DISPATCH.
Wff! wrote to Congressman
Aiken and Senator E. D. Smith!
and asked them . tc use their in
Suence- in getting us some g?od
flower and vegetable s?eds for the
families in our mrtt#iljttges. We
arc glad to give-thevg^Ktt<w?,
contained it? 1tte>fo*krw1tTg lette*}
from Senator Smith;
United States Senate,
, Committee orr Immigration.
23rd March, 1914.
Mr. P. M. Burnett, General Sec
rctary Y. M. C. A.
Andmon, S. C.
my. uear Sir :
Respur.d'ug to your favor >f re
cent date asking, that I send yvii
an assortment of flower and veg
etable seed for the use in six cot-.i
ten r?a!s in . your sectibn, pcri&t
me. to say. that I am today making
arrangeflients to have fifteen hun
dred fatkages bf vegetable Sitd
forwarded you; They wHI? be
under my blank frank ?andv of.
.Course can be addressed by you to
go through the mail without post
age. The seed.should reach youl
In the. course ?f a week br ten
Mh: reference to the flower
seed, I am informed that my
quota: has been exhausted, how
ever, 1 shall make an effort to I
procurevan addttior.al quota and,!
If successful, witsend ybti . a- nice |
assortment of these. i
I ~t~X 1 - t..._IL.-1
and it is a pleasure io. serve you]
at all times.
As .soon as/^hese ^dr artWe,]
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mr. mims ww . uenver- ww ? %y<i
each home in'all the mill vi"
You m\\ note- tfaai Senator
is making an effort to secure* fto\
YOUR NEXT DOOR NEIGH
Of course it is discouraging, af
ter- ji>u; have done vyotir. test* toi
make your own home and imme
diate stwroundjrigs attractive, to
look across the litreet or to glance
xv the home next door, and see
that your neighbors show their
placedlo remain an eye-sore. Do
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i M . i irvnj I'ivnun. y wt IICIJIIL'VI J
refiiseifo do their patt. We have
nottcd&tiiai, it a majority: of fam
ilies ort any street make up thtfr
mlnds-fo have beautiful sunoattd
Ings, their unprogressive neigh
bors wW either clean up or clear
iii, KA \Y?tt-lf^
mefimes helpful to such a
libo* T?e-fjct is, .thlijWca
t fir?- . -i,?: rfc*! twMtijC 3|J
to nab form the Magaaine PuMUhe
\. for the Special Ben eftt of the M il
your spirit and will strive to have'
beautiful surirou'ndingS also.
WE ARE PLEASED.
To say that we are pleased by
the hearty response and splendid
co-operation of practically every
family living, in every single vil
lage in and around Anderson is
indeed putting it very mildly,
when it comes .to cleaning up our
mill villagey Not only did prac
tically every family observe
"Cleaning Up Weeky' but the
way in which the Companies got
the trash hauled off was great.
We want to thank every single
person who helped out on this im
portant work; lt seems ? that
"everybody worked" ar.d fattier
too, and that is why th?& begin
ning of our work together was so?
successful. We-ar?:-just as sorry
a? can be that each and every boy
?and girl* who worked so hard did
not get a prize; all of them de
served/one, however?^;feel that
winning, a prize was-not the aim;
the good people in the nilli vil
lages around Anderson entered
imo fills cleaning up matter sim
ply . because they are progressive
and- take great -Dritte- irr: their
homes and surroundings. Look
un-the list of Drize winners in this
Issue of the COMIAN. We ex
Rect to have their pictures in the
lay issue.?- v ^:.
WHAT THEY THINK OF US.
"THE COMIAN appeared to
day. The paper is well gotten
tip, carrie? a. lot of Association
news and many' forceful, editor
"THE COMIAN is full of Bur
nett,-, and superlatives predomin
~Tm >>_.'A %/ kA ?-> A e-i_
div. -.-i-? 4 . CT*. /-?. 1 vim j .
"Thtf C3DM1AN ls alright, 1
congratulate you upori Volume l, j
N6; t> and Shalt look forward}
with eager interest to the-various
numbers. It is like you to do big
things?V--Atiother Y. M. G. A.
"I am very much interested in
The.C^^^AW*-.-l^note with spe
^rollmeiit Oor enrollmeht^s
now between*75 and 400."-?X
L Probert, Gc?. Sec. Y. M. C.:A.,
Charlotte, N. G. . -? (You have us
beat to. a frazzle; we hereby take
it all back-The Editor.)
We are' already convinced that
co-operation ii- td bethe big word
Ith this important work which TWIT
COMIAN is published ..^*D??t^
.- Co-operation is one.of ihz bj?
words of this generati?nr Never
before has so much emphasis been
piaced upon thia important word,
salter: atti lt is the spirit be
ihmd anything that makes it go,
and we ?feel especially that such
spirit ^ prevalent among our mill
villages m Anderson. To obtain
the largest possible results it is
Kfc-?c<g>U fay aooru AR? in Inn Ht a
hand.'We have noticed th? very
heartiest spirit of co-operation on
The part of ftven the smallest chil
dren in ihe schools, as well as
that oMhe teachers> the fathers
and mothers, itt><? brothers
and sisters, the overseers, superin
tendents, and the inill pr?sidents.
B^?t^iigiiiteWlili,<rbers have en
tered into the" plans as outlined ?n
mr?nr *m&i&' the COM?AN
^y?ap*pt of hearty-co-opera-'
tton^?^wre^ij .Le?s_vgo tb
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int MinLovmt. vni?
1 ht case thereshe^aot?i'how
ftving iii thc Andttsor^mill villar
es who do not expect to try to
beautify their homes this season,
we venture-the assertion that they
wtll ccrfitnly^bc mighty lonesome.
AH of the ambitious and progres
sive people ^?RE, ia this -section
*re anxteui' for the 4?AU towns
jhere to gain the reputation of be
ing among the best kept in the
state, we ar? making several
suggestions in this issue of the
COM?AN telling when and how to
plant flowers and vegetaf les and
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roi i/i v??nt.i iwu auLtMiiuui
I The ?Im. in attithe villages this
jear ts to have EVERY HOUSE
on EVERY STREET looking prW
ty. Don't fail to try to.get. your.
caking your own vUf?gi&'&of?
fe?cl*ye A? possible. If ^j?ourj
~>^Tr m?i ?IIJT ymm^?T* Witt
detract ff om tba? looks ot--ytot*
own. Do your test' < to mar*
your home surroundings pretty
and attractive, otherwise you will
\ mir-hty bad and lonesome this
i This Week
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J by Secretary F. M. Burnett of the
J Workers .
A few days ?ago the Editor in
troduced a young man to one ofL
the leading business'men* of* An-P
demon. This young fellow was
looking for a job. He was will-;
ing to work, he wanted" to< work.
lt happened f that this particular,
business mad had two' positions:
open. For one of- these places!
he would pay $5.oo per week ; the [
other -w?-ai t5.et*-per week job.
The business man said something I
like this to thc young applicant
for Work* Wes, 1 can use you, but,
can pay you only 35.00 per week.;
ham needing someone tremer?
douslyihjM:nbw,4n another cap-'
city. ' If you Wer prepared fo.
rnis berter position, L would be,
very-glad indeed to give you a j
t i!We>are indebted to Mr? Leon L. H
Rica for the splendid. article on ?I
"Does. it P,ay to ?ave?". Be sure I
to'f?ad it carefully. i ?,. I
v DOES JT PAY TO SAVE? I
Suppose you make twelve ?dot-.I
lay? a. week and save one-fourth I
of it j-place this three dollars each I
week Ima savings ban?k?^bow--iong
do you suppose-It.wouUMake for
vour savings to accumulate so,
that tbe.int*rest alone would.con-]
tinue the payments? The an-,
swer: is.seventeen anoV one-half,
years, and at'that time you would
have *3,644.8o in -the- bank ed,
thr int?teet-alone would amount
to iiirte HMUTthr^e^ltaw?? week.
Af Ihlc-?n?^r-afn?k.ro'jId- "*2V
ing and the-interestwould keep]
up the. payments- j.^a^you <taadt
done, im the days when you were;
most able. Old age has ho fer-1
COB?kfor the man w?tQ S?Vf?. ?5 it
not strange that we gc ahead with'
youth and health ?ml strength,!
Unmindful of tomorrow? lt is
your duty to save;? and from trftY
day-henceforth save something I
each week, and. tomorrow wiS.I
t?&y&?vf itserfy y--y : i- J
WORT? TO HMS.!
The following account of we J
splendid results from his garden
was given to the Editors -r? Tiffi 1
COMIAN by Mr. Geo. W. HaJ&i
wBd lives on. Hammett strcetTin j
the Orr village. We are migtfty
glad to have such splendid reports
and take pleasure in printing such
matter: Mr. Hale talks of Ins]
garden as follows; j
"In the spring J plow or snatfeJ
myv???tden "all 'over as much as?
t^*ttfier broadcasting Pl^
parden fctf*rv t?me^r?fMa^s^bo^
Zs mmm will do to work ; no
matter flo* offfch that is\ 1 TEfct
YOU' WE HAVE PLENTY ?P
FINE VEGETABLES AT 08R
HOUSE, THE NICE FftESH
ONES, AND WE DONT FOOL
WITH CANNED GOODS.
Now *.v last year we sold,
as?:- neariy . as- h can estl
rfMi**-: t? ; reAhKaira . a%no .:'.:berang
tiiOO; Irish pTtatois -?2.'$0;
ions- at.00; strn /berries :*&00;
turnips ^3.00; peppers *t.5o;
tomat?es $2 So ; collards- ?4.50;;
now* I kttow-.rf we bought what,
vegetables rte fit':-? would cost
U* teu^h?ngT?iVl thisV Cabbage
it3.0?: ' coila-: ; Ww'x^&m
?7.00;?. irish r taioes $4.MJ; on
: ' awberTies ?S.QO?
#Wt^<nor? lianS, O? worth bf
Kt^etawes r ieiisiwr; so:yrjrxsee,
?countirjg x .at I u^vipyself, and
what IseTr, my gar?e? 4* ^V?h ?o
rn^tafeol'' Ca*hv<^?.ur><eaCh, vear.
Now: I di \H *f??I ftghf>?r?rnW do
?lrtM.*wf?* work arcrbrt? the ptace 5
livcv?v=n if H'doey belong - - to
? sdw?t>o*^eise^ 1
? b?^etrjrfjf wotkm* in our garden
land we are expgrjtjttg to have a
I good one tbis*se*?6?*r , .
Fronds of Mr. C E. Graves
will be inieresied in the annonnce
mem tba? he has been ?roatdted]
to second hand in Weave Room j
Ntw i. lt is or;lnt,e^;?^^ff^
in this conneciion, ?h
G^a^s^^ of i
?I' ttl i lifffl <M>^ipaMwlaitwirf ?ef . *wo;
rw^?aVS?PV^' ^ruci?. ~*?? W?-r??-"
partent to have the jground *=weUv
ioiifr?ty ^tanlta^' I? done;
h#vo pfafy*i?*ffj4M tri ?uY nfito
gardens, and there ls no reason
why every mill family should not
have a first class garden. lt isl
mighty important-to have a weil l
planned rotation of vegetables. I I
rotate my beans, radishes, lettuce, ll
etc., and just as soon as one crop I
is off I plant another one. Last ?
year I didn't uar any commercial I
fertilizer at all, I used stable man- I
ure freely; and'after every rain I I
was careful tor-afc ihe soil weH. I
When fall began lo ionic on, I I
followed ?iy beans, lettuce; etc., I
with collards,** lat? cabbage,, tur? ?
nips and fall onions. INSTE Ai) I
GE BUY*HG VEGETABLES, WE I
SELL rmm mM> THE YEAR I
ROUND, AND W-WEN -YOU fl
GET VEGETABD?S OUT OF I
YOUR OWN GARDEN; YOU I
KNOW ; THEY'- ASE FRESH, I
My garden spot:is*be1dW thc aver*- I
age on'the Brogon hill, because I
the sim does ?of jirf it fair. As I
soon as grass or Weeds appear; I I
kill them1 right ofcr-; l do ?ot alt&w I
anything to grow in my garden I
except what I plant. Rotation H
of crops a?ju keeping the garden I
clean are mfghty important;'' I
AN APPEAL TO BOYS.
(By a Cigarette.)
Boys, follow me! j I
-Wt?at'Hvil? -l-^Tdr voir If you I
will let me lead you? i will take I
every noble purpose''olft 'rjf your fl
lite.' I will?created you a desire I
for the- low*r-^h1t**^of-,lif?i 1 I
wilt make you so* dtill and stupid I
tli.1t you1 will bc called a block,- I
head. I will prevent you.frqoufl
holding any position of trust and tfl
horror. . .'I
-."f^'m if?trod?c?^ou to the peo- I
plc whoiaterwiltf?fHh* jato and I
perHtent?arl??4ot?>v^f^ 1andv-i> l l
Will ojperr'iof you the doow-of : I
the saloon andvgarn'iinghorjiearB
and-l will leave yo?> m s?merp?hf* I
it?ntiary or insane ^sylum, a< de* I
spised pauper and a physic*T
You need not't?ke mv word for fl
this; M?r?y a drunkard witt" tell I
you thai l gave him the^desire !
for strong drirtfcr :?-Askth* k?mp- fl
er of air insant^^iir'wIi'yH^ fl
many men are'f^^?ingmiserablfe I
lives tnere? and-rre-wiii rc?i you. I
that many ot** ^ Art. thew fl
cause "weakened their min?, fl
Ask thc men behind thet difTercnt
prison ha^a^^y;ot'tJhe*M^ fl
felt- you' thaMhey wouldjnow be
respected ?Mg jp^^Jthey had fl
never joined -mv rank*/-;. Bow fl
this is my creed. .'^Will you W
low- me ? I wiri do. exactly as I
hav? t^misedfrrW*^ \
f*??*;?- ." "y4^r--r ,T*
(Melvin C, Smith .h) Tlie Boy
FREE MOVING PiCTUHES.
w We are glad to announce that
JUA. hiv*.:?#??ir?i fo^f
show free in. ali -MiMkmA?
which Mn Mlms is workings The*?
B?cturcs were producedby the Rd
;on*?- Company fdr tile National
A?^Ution -of Msrs?fsetters, "Mid
w$**ew^te?h*-~ *mt?at?:- -them
March 30th, the pictures w?rbe
shown as?follows: MorVdav nitfh?
?rr^Mill; Tuesday ^1p? Gl?ck;
Wednesday, we leaver bi?rrk* wt
account of prayer
nWaT Brog<ml FrSnty night; ^
d?rswrMIllr Saturday nijjhV-VIY>
<*dB free- to everybody in* the
?ftlt> vH1*ge? and we * especially] I
wt* wi?o^tjni?p^ I
Mttf ttfc :tW?^en^^^ii^l I
. .-'-guiare dkn?^HHB9
alni thtVsubjectt ofHi
ThdVOIrnV ?f?C*^e%s*?** . 1
TheAmerican irl t?te-Making.
~ mu xwppwetg. 1
illy ?lo -K-i
1 ware suewssfc
'? These >rt
j livered at the var?o
picture shows whit
March 30th-? rttMrtf," " as an
nouuced in /ns issue cf . THE
COM?AN. Gditiptetit?on^ w?s
clo- in thl- contest.- Wo thank
everybort who helped to make it
a success. The winners aro, as
Anderson Mllh-'-Pearsort Simp"
son and isabel Johnson.
. rJroi:<}!t?TT*Wililam Clayton and
Equinox-?Grady Foster? ?nd
Rtvereid?*T??xaway -** Henry
Sisk ar.d'EstelSe Hutchison.
Orr-Tillman >Ropen and Part;
nio Sue "Karris.
Glu6k?-\V?nam ' ' Bf?ke - - -aird
Myrtle Jy?iiW? ?hi M .
As ?ttrl?ttnced tn the first ?SS???
?f^E^aeilUAN? the tey. winner j
in each village gets a Spalding!
glove aiid^ig^-W?ttutiful ?t??W
T. H. HARMON.
When asked to give a few
otes on hov? ??c a?way?:niske5 a
good? ga rden, <said>. Use i a right
smarfof? stable manure" broadcast? |
ed-over th? grn??nck and then
plowed undarxgood and ?djtep,- 1:
always'tlx my .ground good before
I plant for I believe tmraisirfg veg?
etab??s in the ground; and not in
the moon or- other . places on*, the
grouiidt 't Now when vi go to lay
off the rows'hi'-my-garden l!use-a
tine and then 1 get the rows??rr
|the same.distance'apart? and the
garden, too ks. - better - when %? - the
?rows are all straight and nice.
I Tve; titos* living at $*i?teB?ar
Ky; five y^^and1 ??^^ys fcftv***
Ifcoodvgardenv Last year A kttoy/
i'ysol<& cabbage ' iMoiOOv' beans
|??IO?OO> . Irish potatoes i ?4.00';
onions S3.0O; turnips $+.75; to
matee*:**;**;***?: *i.50; and
l& khawa.giye away $2.oo: worth
andi usure ray garden waa worth
?to me for ray own use: cannage
$ 3.00 ; beartSvHS.oe> IHsh po**
?toes $5/00; onions St.oo; twitps
ls3.00} -tomatoes S2?0f>; okra
|SiAt tho very lowest figures
|nffi^Wf?r~r w*#wt>rtrr^5?;g5 to
l?:-t**rv Pani Fowle*?who*ha?"been
the Textile School io
rtartbtirg, is visiting hts mothV
J?? Rev? S. W: Danndf and^ wife
fc?r??be?n called to Union on ac
-t of t^he. s<^oiisitht^-<)f^j*r^
r. di T^Thrrfi, who has been
|rtj^?^s?flhr veryv fine exercise
iiqng'with' valuable work-in his
rg?ffen, says that the man who
beats him along the vegetable
lino this summer wilt bc going
some. Go to it, Mr. Thrift, a
guol? vegeiab?c gar?en yk'yt>.
W?notfi with interest that both
the BaDtist and-Methodist church
es of> the Anderson village are
?planning beautiful Easter services:
Both of these. sr.te^ri^Sg cotv
ions realize that people -will
church provided'the scr
ar? made interesting and at
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Wells areli
now keeping house and live on El
street No. 9i. if
Supi. Ctark is already planning
Kju.jlu.te a pretty mill yard this
^tttmAjL Ule ?v?mnU ic rvntthv
F^terTof our mills in Anderson ii
?oing to have the^wettiest an
iSgflSlf^^ summer ?
Is^te? ^rf* stated that; he moved
PEKUL^. in litifi?t ;?f?it njw* ^
:AffdeVs^ spient??dfy/ . .-$ti|
struck with the cfeanKftciss
Ar. Cox's place, and he is lay
ing %^?foT^ for a splendid
:hurch street ir the Equinox
PMRMPfair to e 'one of the
prettiest streets to be found
atot?ld Andensrnt; < flrafct?wUy
iGtfayd&QlterWQn Church stree't
has p?anned for pretty yards and
g??#g?toSv ? ?:.?. T*. -*n
o^ri^?*yfebf Hit houses
|the^SdMit^ now going on which
nrcessHstfes < the clottn# . dpwa* of
~ Wfif*ve??3 notiet?
m for some time.
dirHrtg hi? entire ill
ness-, the good^peop?evof Rivagade
WW been real nice to mrtv and
hat he has had Dtenty of com
^eeavitie -have moved ftt??fc^;
h^ftV; Mr.' Pord think? both He
1 i^C?^ i ila >I?V.-?^? ttfcj.- AM.
? ?I rv?-IT? ITITI T - mv JS",,rK iv msw nu
^l^etMiittitrWt fefbentg shoWlk
ftit* contest for good yards, pretty
jftfeuttAngfr and attractive vege
table ?Higas tn botit Riveras
KJR JL JL1T1JU
WITH ALL OP IT'S FLOWERS.
' . "I ' ' : I Wk ' $
Which means that you will need an extra, supply .
vVc'vi ? .-'i ?%crhr^ XtT' i
l^eceived a large shipment of
and cah 'Si^^';yottiwit?:^S^si?es- of pots-Also. .
l?tty sis? you may want in a goo4?Barthen Ware
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. J " ? I , ' . : - U>. .?}.'..
Make it a point to ^ top in and see us every
time you are down town.' We. are continually
getting in nice things you will like.
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E. WH1TNER ST,
ANDERSON, S. C. "
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We Are Gentle Operators
^itlfrrllfc . am* even< *ue ujost timid and nervous
- -. _"".. ".1...U ?I. o* ?rai-: r, ?r.
ifi4?r.;4^j^? 1 extremely careful with every detall of *
^Snajan^j?^L our aenU? wi<rk. w? have io?g aud
^^I^Rl^H^k practical experience, taking great.
T?A ?y-?. . pains to do Ih? ?nbst work so aa to
-j:&?*&?fl 2??r7^':' build up a'rep?iiatrui? that *ll? ??sv.
.v.J .?. A44^8t?$QW01UWWc?^e up io date
.?^^P|^^ ^^Mjk ,^^^^f mothods in the .'"poihV of economy,
JDBLv H. R. & COMFASir
_ BLEC?JUC BBHTAL PARtOBS
Orer farmers s merchants" oa?t ?* dr rao a, 5? v? - ^M?J?nenoanx
': II l< i..' ' ?.."''?ii uni, i i i. ? ri nfl .uri, ,B"i ic?-^'c-r^'m^. '
..?tx ' i'., i .. ' j 5 .
^dfl^^i ?C^?B??fck A W0BLD or TOO?BIiB
'.?a.?PfjlItfwK&SB^Bfc Wcuid b? avoidetf^of people hud t!i< ?r -
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