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Some of These Hfcr?ships^
The following cases were Just a few of those found la the City nf
Newark by Mutual Benefit Home o?lc- employees who served as .In
vestigators for the Home Office Kris Kringle Work in December,
i m*: ? '
Eldest 16. Father loft enough to bury him, that ls all. Family
supported by mothar taking in washing.
Father Fireman, mother dead. Tessie said: "Santa Claus
never eames to our house." We saw that he did last year. S
5 CHILDREN- ,
Father dead, eldest boy tl, working and earning four dollars
per week. (Normally the lad ought to be in school.)
Father died ot T. B. Mother supports family by washing.
Father dead. Mother supports family.
. 4 CHILDREN
Father in Hospital is w?>ka from in jory. One child died dur
ing his conunement. 14 year old daughter earning Ul.fcb a week by
home work. >.
Depend on ncghbors for food, father presumably dead.
1 CHI LD
Mother works in laundry, father In homo'for Indigent.
.Father died last Jane, mother now seeking wont to support,
Mother works Id Clark Thread Company to help support home,
Father died 10 months ago, mother 111, 17 year old daughter
pupporUhg family. . .
76 years of age living almost entirely oh charity.
. Mother dying conditions extremely poor.
3 CHILDREN- \ |~ "^^'^?Bl
Husband* died two months ago. Family In absolute want.
wtoorw. OUT OF WORK.
WIDOW- '.. .1 ?ll
Washing tor family support 1
Husband "never sick." Brought home desd a month ago.
Enough insurance for b?riai purposes. Family how in dire want.
The Kris Kringle Committees were ? able to furnish gifts for about
93-families; and- 370 children. Besides, money in the sum of $2.00
each was given to 3? families for Christmas dinners. As stated by
Pr?sident Frellbghuyseu In hts address to the staff on December
ittH'/ihe ?fis Kringle movement exempllfced the naine abd ide?is ot
the Company, and waa of .mutual, benefit to every nae. The Kris
Kringle worttfte?i?lf: ?J??M- butt him, much abre would even a very
'little Mdtual Benefit insurance hav?f helped, for many of the families
, were evidently people, who had liv?d lb comfortable circumstances
- -atHone thus, before the. ibsa ot the bread winner.
M. ?. MAISON, General ?st.
C. W. WBBB, Dish-let Ageat 7. J? TEO vT?BIDOE, Speele Agent
Bleekley Bldg., Aa?ersos, 8. C.
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-pii^r'iv iiii.rMii i r ?-r r, nu HT inn m w.in - i i un -into i|ini
fcrnaa ?I bUnfl sai rietet
WirawM aa w S
27 Faringes O?
VA Ufe*- ?Ma
Twenty-seven packages containing]
more than cae gallon at whiskey hare f
been rfifirnft? to thc ?Ii 1 pye ra by I
Manager H. B. Johnson ot the local]
Office ot the Southern Express Office.
Sonde twenty-uve of these packages
were la the office when the State's !
paw "gallon a month" law weat into
effect and two were received at the
office later, having been in transit at
the time th? law became effective.!
Manager John sc has refused to de
liver any pack .e containing morel
iban One gallon of whiskey since the
new law went Into effect, and Will
observe the provisions of the statute j
on thia point to the letter.. A number j
of packages of whiskey have been
received since th? new law went into
effect, but they Were of regulation
Anderson People Are
interested in Thi?.
There ls conslderabl? local interest
iii the appointment, ot Mr. Harry A*
Dargan of Greenville for clerk of
court of that county and the subse
quent action of Governor Manning |
yesterday In holding up the appoint
ment pending the appearance or cer
tain parties who wiso to lay before
the. governor protests* steinst the
taking of thia step. Mr. Dargan boa
numerous friends in Anderson. Hts
mother ls a resident of this city, as
ls bis brother, C. C. Dargan, ana his
Bi Bier, Mrs. w. F. Cog.
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Cr.iUng Off Officee
le Chamber al Commerce.
Carpenters began yesterday morn
; lng building partitions in the south
east .corner of the chamber of com
- merce quarters for the, purpose di
. cutting off offices for Miss Janie C.1
! Carlington and W. D. Garrisor, to
! moto and canning club and farm dem
' onstration agents, resp?btlvely, for
Anderaoh County.? Secretary Whaley
of the chamber of commerce is to
have Quarters toward the front of the
j By Ibo Russians.
Mr. O. G?isberg? of'thia city ls lu
i recelpt of a letter from his sister in
Wien, Austria, in which it is stated
that Mr. GelBberg'B nephew. Tsadore
Gelsberg', bad been taken prisoner by
the RusBianB abd la now serving a
prison sentence in Siberia. Mr. Gets
berg waa captured While lighting io
the army of Austria.
C. Lee & CQy wiro bare been
conducting a grocery business it the
corner ot. Bast Whitner and South
McDuff.5 streets, bave ?Usoived Und
Ute business hereafter will be con
ducted by Mr. Lee. The retiring part
ner is R. A. McConnell. Messrs Le
and McConnell bought out Mr. E. H
B?8ehtine last November.
ni ttiirtlnln ?jfcgfct Ow* ?to *
VTIBS a Medal.
Anderson people will ba pleased to
learn that an Anderson Hoy. W. Frank
cox, jr., eon of Judge and Mrs. W. F.
Cox, of this city, has be eh awarded, a
medal as the best debater tn a contest
which took place at Furman Univer
sity Monday night. The occaafo? was
the annual contest in debate between
the Philosophen and the Adelphlan
Literary Societies of that Institution.
There were two sets of Judges, one
est deciding as to the winners of the
controversy and the other set choos
ing the best of the four debators par
ticipating lu the disputation. Mr. Cox's
side lost the debate, bot he .won the
meTM as the best debater of the four
participating in the controversy.
io Address BflST*
Class at Vareases,
It ia announced that the P.*v. W.
If. Frazer, paster ot the First Pres
byterian church, will address the
men's Bible class of Vurennes church
next . Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock.
The public generally ls cordially In
vited to attend the service.
Kew Cafe Comes.
The furniture for the new caf?
whleh Gus An tor akas is to open oft
North Main street arrived yesterday
and is now being placed in the ele
gant new quartern. Mr. Antonakas
announced yesterday that the new
place wtil be known as "The Acme"
and will be ready for builness Satur
day. He proposes to make the open
ing of the new cate a gala affair. A
musical program will bc rendered and
souvenirs, consisting of flowers, will
ka given to visitors. The furniture
for tba hew cate ts very attractive,
being of mahogany finish. Large mir
rors are used Iq profusion In the wall
decorations. The cafe will be one of
the most attractive in a/.icarence in
the upper part of the State. As for
tko cuisine, it will be ot the best, for
this is the only kind Mr.. Antonakas
believes in having.
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Announcement lb ffiiuc that the
Southern Ballway company, feeling,
tho necessity for forther retrench
ment, baa decided to abojlsh rte of
fice ot travelling freight agent at An
derson, effective April 1. This posi
tion ls now filled by Mr. L. B. Harris.
It ls understood that MY. Beril/ will
be transferred to Charlotte, where he
will continue in the service of the
A telegram received yesterday from
the bedsiae or Clerk Ot Court Jamen
ti. Pearmau. who recently underwent
an operation for appendicitis in a
hospital at Rochester, Minn., stated
that the patient is resting well and Is
in excellent condition. Sheriff Joe
md Wonderfully Fine
? Francis Vesey, Lecture Manager.
Wm- Sterin^ fcbftl?, ?n "fifa Sykes .anti David Copperfield Char
acterizations." Magnificent Costumes.: W?rth n.oo anywhere.
Francis Vesey, Lecture, ' Sgns of the Time." Jacksonville Me
tropolis says: "Best ?ttt?ie ever detWeV?ifai Jackson ville."
Francis Vesey, Chautauqu??s!.
?Wm. Staling Battis, Dickens
uhig Nicholas Nickfeby, Mta
.li known characters.
other Seatttn^ Dkk
c; Ghit?ren, 10c.
Astley, who aobomtjatued Mr. Pear
man to Rochester, lett there last night
lYas 8 ?-4 to S 14
Cotton was Quoted yesterday on th?
local cuarket at 8 Vi to 81-2 cents.
Very little ot the. staple was. offered
for sale oe tho streets, this probably
heine due to the uncomfortable con
ditions of the weather.
Pat ia Orders ?
Par nag* New.
Mist KasgJe M. Garlington, county
supervisor of rural schools, stated
yesterday that ahe desires all teach
ers who have not done so to put la
their orders Immediately for flags, to
be used In Field and Fair Day exer
cises, which win be beld here Fri
day, April 9.
No Session of
There waa no session yesterday ot
the recorder's court. No arrests hav
ing been made in tbe previous 84
hours, there waa nothing for the court
to do. *
Hasband Iii ?
M's. George Butler, mother, of Mrs.
Theo Font end Mrs. Wilkie, of this
city, who was on a visit here, waa
called to Charleston yesterday on ac
count of the Illness ot her husband.
Te Meet Here Next.
Mayor J. H. Godfrey yesterday sent
e telegram to Charleston Inviting the
head camp Woodmen ot the World,
now In biennial session in the City
by the See. to hold their 191? meeting
in Anderson. The invitation waa ex
tended on behalf of city council.
Ladies Given Carnations
For the rest of the week every lady
visitor to Carriagton's Ice Cream
Parlor in the Anderson Theatre will
be presented with a beautiful carna
tion. Tbe surroundings and service
in mis handsome store are especial
ly attractive to ladles and many ot
them ere giving it their patronage.
Pure Ice cream is made dally and the
fountain drinks are unequalled tn
?Dr. Junte? Headache Powders
give instant relief-Cost
dh*e a tkatkage.
Nerve-racking, splitting or dun,
throbbing headaches yield in just a
few moments to Dr. James' Headache
Powders which coat only 10 cents a
package at any drug store. It's tko
Quickest, surest headache relief lc tba
whole world. Don't suffer! Relieve
tko agony and distress now! You can.
Millions of man and womer, have
found that headache or neuralgia
misery ls needless. Get wast yon
CeadJtJess in Mexico City Said
To Be Deplorable and Gastly
(CONTINUED FROM rAGE ONE.)
?saje conduct for the widow and ber
Rear Admiral Caperton reported to
tho navy department toddy that both
Morida and Progreso were quiet. The
Mexican gunboat Zaragosa baa gone
tn Progreso again, but Admiral Cap
erton said be had been Informed that
Carrante bad pronged Consul Sill
man that no further effort would be
made to blockade Progreso. V
Enrique C. Ll?rente, representative
here ot the Villa-Zapata government,
gave out a dispatch from Chihuahua
saying that General Mateo Almonxa
and his entire staff had been convict
ed by courtmartlal of treason and had
been executed at Torreon. Almanza
left Mexico City with General Out
fferres, but he sla said tater to have
PUT SULPHUR ON
AN ITCHING SKIN
AW) E? ECZEMA
Says tais old-timo Ecfema rem
edy ft applied Jika
M lay irritation or breaking oat se am
dry oad feverish, ?ad be r?&?frjR*Z
mmk^?fftriag e r*4v ktrfd-euipher,
asy* a neted dsrtt*tetJ>giri.
H* safes that beS&aslpk?r instantly
s?ays tao ^ry^tebLs^^ae^^tsitoe
sjp - leav lng the t ki a Sisar ead snoots,
?sid Sulphur has occupied a seuir* peti
tion for many yest? in tko bOatasent
of enmasaos disorders besanas of its
ip wsftttaff tbs irriUbte sad tstoat
watory skia &??etioa*. While soft Al
way* establishing a peraNUHss eora It
berSr felfa t^^^^Wt^ ,rri
ftras? ?tote jae^oeaee^
tko ajMse JnfMtar aa an .09 di nary cold
HOPEWELL NEW.? o
Quite a number of Hopewell people
attended. tbe debate at Lebanon Fri
day night The subject was, "Is
South Carolina Ready for Compulsory
Education?" The debaters all did
One, but we betley elf men don't
want women to take the front In pub
lic speaking, they ought not to teach
girls to speak In publie by putting
them on public debates.
Mr. Thomas King, who was paralys
ed soma years ago, was out auto rid
ing yesterday afternoon. We are glad
to know U\at he is able to be out for
lt does a "shut in" so much good to
get out or some one to come to see
them. I H's all try to remember them
when we haye a apare moment to
call to see them and gire them new
things to think about
Dr. Wade Thompson visited home
I folks Sunday for the first time late?
?ly. He has had an attack ot grippe.
Mr. ?fohn Fowler and wife of Six
(and Twenty visited his father's fami
Mrs. ohn Thompson spent Satur
day and Sunfisy In Anderson with her
father and brother's families sick
Mr. Wade Sanders* little son has
I been seriously ill but ls bettor.
Dr. J. C. Sanders' little daughter is
very Ul with pneumona. Her mother
has, grippe, her father seriously ill
with an attack of heart trouble,'
Mr. Claude McDaniel who has
been away from home for * the last
three yeera ls at home this year. Tbs
"old farm" is bard to beat
Mr. Zeph Mosley has 'the 'finest
! country raised colt we have sean; He
waa driving it Sunday. It is a beauty.
It would pay to raise such colts rn
Hopeweil and White fl led played
ball Friday. . Hopewell won. We like
to' see our boys win in everything
they undertake, if it is only baseball.
The farmers of this section are
planting large patches of Irish pota*
CMS, but if all sections do the same
there will ba no market, for them;
unless we get a market opened up
In some way. I think some one ought
to turn their attention to marketing
tbs farm produce, instead of all tell
ing us what o raise. I won't do us
any good if we get no market for it
People are crying out "Money tn
poultry.'' Yes, there ls a little In it
when wa can get 25 cents tor eggs,
tr? cents for broilers. 60 cents for
hens, 'jut lass than that they wont
pay expenses, not counting the trou-.
He, and the fellow that has never
tried lt better try it before he talla
how mach mopey there ls la it
We could have gotten, a little out ot
eggs lit tben? hard times if we could
have bad a merket hut just as We had
some to sell the price fell ta 16 cents
which ls lower than eggs have been
In years.* ,
If tb? State would get np some
thing for farm produce similar to the
creamery lt would be a great help.
Have watfons to go certain rentes,
certain days, bring it all In, ship that
night while fresh, there would be
thousand* of dollars worth of vege
tables sold this year, where there
won't be one dollar's worth.
Of COUT? we would have to be ed
ucated Ifi ieJIbtlhg the right kind of
seed and packing, wheh would have
to be carofal. attractive had bottant I lt
think wa could learn, though. If
there ls mopey in anything people'"
wilt try hardsr to do aa directed.
There is a fine continued piece In the
Southern Cultivator, ou farmers mar
bling crops. I Wish everyone who
takes it would read it add wish the
county papers would publish it It
says they ara tot particular enough
th grading and mektng everything
first class that they sold for first
class goods. That is whare we make
s great mistake. We ought to make
lt first class, demand first class pricer
accept no other, thea Wa wouldn't
fctfW M cent* eggs aa we do now.
' Wc wow>d be glad it wa* : one
would sum* dp some pl*" *o consume
the. next Keifer pear ero. If .some
me had opsned up some i . / to "
Med them hutt rear th? ce
Mould have been better off up
he thousands. We know
small farriers that couid have run
uah faaitUtw rsTreTjfllifttaithi off
tear crop if they could have a
$2.00 and $150
For $2.00 and $2.50 ira can
show you a long rango ot Btylen,
In Pumpa abd OxtoYd?, tfrat will
make you wonder why we nell
these good Shoes at
$2.00 aird $2.50
Special Reading Me.
Strange and mysterious la the
veloua gift of this wonderful va
whose power to describe eran
your life is almost beyond bali*
Bankers, lawyers, doctors-la,
people in all professors and
walka of life are dally
advice and testing the we
er of thia marvelous mind *,
Put a thought on your a?Bd,'.
speak a word and that t??^H_
stantty impressed on the mind of
wonderful person, who will
lately explain your thong
the answer to your que*
Zorada Ismar reads
future as easily, aa 5
present, not by 1
and card ?? "
principles of .
work, but the
travels, divorces \ _
suits, business transl,
deads, mortgages, lost or
arty, bidden treasures, lost
friondB interest you, tf y<
know what you should do
cessful and whom to avoid,
buy and when to sell etoek,
you desire to have' your <
troubles removed, your lost
Btored, your bitterest eneml
verted to staunch friends, itt
whatever may be your tren"
piclons or desires, call oa
clairovyant, who will send
nappier, wiBer and bolder
108 N. McDuffle St. oat
postof?ce, near the
Hours: 9:30 a. m.
Art .Stojfi I
1.00 per ft&fei
onsume at h-..
."?:?'"'. Industry X-<.: ?.; ~ .a?,;; ^ '?K-.\^'P''
now whet kins