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You can help us in the CHRISTMAS rush bv sending in your order at ONCE. We have everything you cm wish for in Fancy Groceries. Fresh Meats, Fish, Oysters, Dressed Turkeys and Chickens. Fruits, Nuts, Candies Cakes, eic. By sending in your order now you are assured of Petting prompt :.nd correct service. W. A. POWER SAM HARPER, Mgr. Phone H 2. 212 S. Main. v rr ?.il. I "HI. "MIRRORLITE" The GREATEST light for dressing or shaving on the market at any price. SPECIAL Price for Christmas ONLY $2.50 Suitable for Man or Lady ;. ? . . V ' Southern Public Utilities Co. ' iL NECESSITY CLEAR Bight is necessary to holli your . health and success. "DIM vision can generally he reliev ed hy correctly focused and fitted glasses. DON'T be blind to your own inter est. Exercise sound wisdom and in- ! t eilige nee by having JJS examine your eyes. It- will be a thorough, .pain staking, expert examination that will put you on the right track of sight. YOU can count OB US for truthful information and right glasses. Prices 12.00 to $9.00. We duplicate' broken glasses by mall-send them to us. : THE SHUR-F1T OPTICAL CO. DR.I. M. ISRAEISOJT, Optometrist. 810 S. Malu St. Anderson, S. C. GROl'N'D FLOOR? Three Doors Below Kress1 Tea Cent Stare. "?IZ" FOR SOHL THO FEET Good-bye sore feet, burning feet, swol len feet, sweaty feet, smelling feet, tired feet. Good-bye corni, callouses, bunions and ra w spots. No moro Bboe tight - ness, no more limp ing with pain or drawing up your face in agony. "T1Z" is magical, acta, right off. "TIZ" draws out all thc poisonous exudations Which puff up the feet. Use "TIZ" and for get your foot m ??erv. Ah! how comfortable yonr feet feel. Get a 2ft cent box of "TIZ" now at any ^druggist or department store. IJon't. ?uffer. Hov? good feet, glad feet, feet that never swell, never hurt, never get tired. ? year's foot comfort guaranteed or money refunded. SKI Lower Prices on Ford ?ars^ Buyers to Share in Profits Effective August 1st, 1914 to August 1st, 1915 and guaranteed against any reductions during that time. Ali cars fully equipped f. o. b. De troit Runabout. .... $440 Touring Car. 490Town Car. 690 AU retail buyers of new Ford cars from August 1st, 1914 to August 1st, 1915 will share in the profits of the company to the extent of $40 to $60 per car, on each car they buy, PROVID ED; we sell and deliver 300,000 new Ford cars during that period; ' . .. (Ask for Parltculara.) . - -? TODD AUTO SHOP m .a, > ? ? a I j,! J.J, 4,1,1 ja.. Jt, J|,4AAAil|J|AA t *l ii Personal TTTT f 1~ TI I I IT 1 ? I 1 ? - O. P. Worner of Pendleton was among the visit?n* in the city yes terday. J. H. Opt of Wiliiamston was in the city yesterday on business. John Welborn of the county was in the city yesterday for a short while. C. T. Harris of Pendleton was among thc visitors in the city yester day. S. M. McAdams has gone to Colum bia on a business trip. Mrs. Thomas Kinsler of Pendleton was among thc shoppers in the city yesterday. Mrs. W. O. Kinsler was among the shoppers spending yesterday in thc city. E. C. Merritt of Townvillfl was In ) the city yesterday for a short while. W. C. Dunlap of Monea Path spent some time in the city yesterday/ P. L. Lindsey of Helton was among those rpending yesterday in the city. EMI McAllister cf Pelzer was in the city yesterday for a short while. E. L. Holies of Lowndesviilc was in the city yesterday on business. John McGrath of McCormick was among the visitors In thc city yester day. Mrs. Clyde Horton of Abbeville hns returned home after a visit herc. 8. J. Miller of Asheville was nmong those spending yesterday in the city. H. T. Ulackwell of Due West was In the city yesterday tor a short while. J. H. Stone of Pendleton was among the visitors In tho city yesterday. H. A. Brenzeale of Pendleton was in the city yesterday for a abort while. Clint Webb of Pendleton spent yes terday in the city. J. T. Madden of Atlanta was in the city yesterday on business. H. S- DuBenberry -of Due West was in the city yesterday for a short time. I Hood Oeer of Belton was among thc visitors in the city yesterday. Tom LideU of Lowndesviilc spent yesterday In the city. Miss Alice Humphreys of Due West was shopping in the city yesterday. R. W. Brandt of Mt. Carmel was among the business visitors In the city yesterday. R. F. Haddon of Wllianiston was among those in the city yesterday. T. C. Cromer of Abbeville was I among tbe business visitors in the | city yesterday. J. X. Poole of the county was in tho j city yesterday for a short while. M. Wohlmut h. district manager "of the I 17. S. Woollen mills, was in thc city | yestorday. Miss Gertrude Douthit of Sandy Springs was shopping in the city yes- ! terday. Joe Douthit 'of Sandy Springs was j among those visiting In the city y3S terday. ' Joe Ligon of Iva was in the city] yesterday for a short while. W. T, A Sherard of Iva was in tho ! city yesterday for a short while. W. B. King of tho county was in the city yesterday for a short while. .- i. W. H. Glenn ot the Hunters' Springs section was1 lu the city yesterday. J. Belton Watson of tbe county was I in the city yesterday for a short while. Misses Effie and Florie Graham of Lander College are at homo for flip | Christmas holidays. One Million Dollar Worth of Tent* I TOLEDO, O., Dec. 21.-Contracts for ono million dollars worth of tents and poles were let to Toledo compan les anid signed here today by V. Vasse darkis, Greek consul general lo the United States, and a representative of the. Patnagoloupolous Company ot Athens, Greece, general contractors for the Balkan states. 'These supplies are not to he used for war," said Vas sa darkis. . "We sim- j ply are buying tn this country supplier that we would have difficulty in secur-j lag in Europe.'' . Gore, Ga,, P. A. Morgan had occas ion recently to use a liver medicine ind saya ot Foleys Catar tie Tablets: 'They thoroughly cleansed my, sys tem and I felt like a. new man-light ind free. They are the best medicine [ hara ever taken for conttltpation. Phey keep the stomach sw,?et, liver tctive. bowels regular." FoSfey Cathar^ lc Tablets are stimulating in action md neither gripe nor sicken. Thar ire-wholesome apd tnoroughly cleans ng. and keep Ute liver active. Stout >copIe like them. Domestic Trouble Cause Panola Mill in Green ternoon-Albert To Tells Horrible Story. (Greenwood Journal? Albon Tolbert, aged about 3!> year?, remited to be an industrious uud sober eltizen by all who have testified ns to ids habit" of life, choked to death and then broke the neck of his young wife. Lola. Hall Tolbert. Sunday af ternoon at their home in the Panola Mill village. This was the malu evidence as brought out ot the coroner's inquest, supported by a statement the wife slaye made to several witnesses a short time after her life had been strangled away. "Phone the undertaker and Sheriff McMillan, 1 have killed her." Tolbert told Mrs. M. D. Kllenbe-g and her wm Claude, wdio live in the same dwelling. Tho man had opened tho back door of Iiis room when he made this statement and showed tho wit nesses a long bloody knife !n bloody hands. lie Kure She Wa? Dead. Thc killing is supposed to have taken place about I o'clock tn thc afternoon, but no one saw the dead body *>f the woman for nearly an hour. Tolbert staling that he "want ed to be sure she was dead" beforv be told anybody. Mrs. BUcnberg heard screaming, and later a pitiful appeal from the slain wife, "Albert, please, please let me up. I am so weak," but the sobs soon were heard no more and Mrs. Ellenberg stated she did not, know that the crime had been committed until Tolbert told her so himself. Long Domestic Trouble. Long domestic trouble and a lack of faith in his wiro aro supposed to have been the cause of the crime. Tolbert told Mr. McQueen that he killed her becanse she bad been tell QUIT MEAT IF YOUR KIDNEYSJGT BADLY Tako Tablespoonful of Salts If Back Hurts or Rlndder Heiners. We are a nation Of meat eaters and our blood ts filled with uric acid, says a weil-known authority, who warns us to be constantly on guard against kidney trouble. The kidneys do their utmost to free the blood of this Irritating acid, but become weak from overwork; they get s'ti.,-gish; the eliminative tissues clog and thus the waste is retained in the blood to poison the entire system. When your kidneys ache and feel Uko lumpa of lead,' and you have sting ing poins in the back or the urine is cloudy, full of sediment, or tho blad der is irritable, obliging you to seek relief during the n'ght; (when you have severe headaches, nervous and dizzy spells, sleeplessness, acid stom ach or rheumatism in bad weather, get from your pharmacist about four ounces of Jud Salts; take a table spoonful In a glass of water lief->re breakfast each morning and In a rew days your kidneys will act fine. This famous salts is made from the acid vf grapes and lemon Juice combined with lithla, and has been used for gen erations to flush and stimulate clog ged kidneys, to neutralize the aclu4 lu urine so it is no longer a source of ir ritation, thus ending urinary and blad der disorders. Jad Salts is inexpensive and cai.no' injure;" makes a delightful elferves cent Uthia-water drink, and nobody can make a mistake by taking a iii tl > occasionally to keep the kidneys clean and activo sadv.) IIP ECZEMA AND STOPS ITCHING This old time skin healer is used just like any cold cream. Sulphur, says a renowned dermatol ogist, just common hold-sulphur made rrd? a thick cream will soothe and heal die ..kin when irritated and broken ont w\th t"oseran or any form o." ....I'.^n. Tac moment it IA applied all* itching mun and aiicr two or three applica tions the Eczema disappears, leaving the akin clear , and ?mooth. . He tolls Eczema sufferers to get 'from an; good pharmacy mn ounce of bold sulphur - and apply it to tba irritated parts the-same an you would any cold Bream. For many years common hold-sulphur bas occupied a secure position in tho practice of dermatology and cutaneous Affections by reason of its parasite-de stroying property. It> ia not only para siticida!, but also antipruritic, anti septic aad remarkably healing in ?ll Irritable and inflammatory conditions of th? akin. While not always effecting a permanent ?ire it ri?ver fails to in stanUy subdue the angry itching aad Irritation and heal th? Eczema Tight np and lt is offen years later before any eruption again ni pears en the akin. of Terrible Tragedy at wood County Sunday Ai lbert, Confessed Slayer, , mr. lies nn him. thut she was un faithful, though be did not mention any details, and that she had made lifo h-I tor him. ile d.clured that bc had determined to kill her a hun dred times, but hud desisted thinking that she would ?lo better. Hut Sun day morning Tolbert's rage seems to have ovorpome him and he carried out his plans of long standing. He at first decided to commit the deed willi au ordinary carpenter's ham mer, which was In evidence, at an carly hour but Mrs. Tolbert left the room and went to the Ellenberg side of the house. Later she came back und be tried to cut her throut, makiug only n slight gash on her face, when she took thc knife away ? from him. Ile then clutched her by tho throat, and regardless of her cries for mercy, choked her to death and then broke brr neck. IMrs. Kllenberg. Mrs EUenberg heurd screaming in th?' Tolbert?' room and thought Mrs! Tolhert had fainted. The witness wont to the door, peeped In and saw Tolhert cutting at his wife's throat. Mrs. Ellenberg returned to her own room and in about LO minnies Tolbert called Claude. Uefore Mrs. Ellenberg aud her son answered tin- witness heard the alain woman begging, "Al bert please, please let me alone" and then Tolbert waa heard to say: "You will never draw any inore of my pay." The Kl len bergs met Tolbert at a rear door, be showed them the i bloody knlfc.acknowledgcd that be ! had killed her and told the Ellenberg hoy to 'phono for th?* undertaker and BherifT. I When Mr. McMillan and Dr. John 'Lyon arrived. Tolbert had told his j story' to Mr. McQueen, andi waa soon ? in the hands of the sheriff and be ' bind tho bars. Before leaving, after [Dr. Lyon stated that death seemed to . have been caused by strangulation, . Tolbert Bald, with little or no feel ling: "Yes, it wan. I choked her to \death." Tolbert has been an cmployo of I the local mills for the past two or ?three years. It is understood that he was reared near McCormick and has always borne a good reputation for industry and sobriety. Ile married a woman whom ho confessed to have ! billed, several ?v..i.-. ago, und ac cording to reports had lived unhap pily with her. having benn separated I from her several times. He moved >to the Panola Mill about six months 'ago from thc Grendel Mill and had j worked regular every week. Those i who are supposed to have known 1""" i intimately state that he always ? attended to his' business and never at any time showed a disposition to drink to excess. His close friends , knew that he and his wife had do I mostic trouble, but none of them hat' ever suspected that lt had reach so I serious a stage as to cause Tolbert to j commit thc heinous crime of ? which be is charged. Had Been III. Mrs. Tolbert, fiefore her marriage was a Miss Hall, of Abbeville county.. An insurance policy in a local com pany, shows that she was 22 years old last June. She was Married to tba man charged with murdering her soon after this policy was taken out. She leaves no children. Mr. and Mrs. Ellenberg, who live in adjoining rooms declare that she had always conducted herself in a becoming manner in her home. The record? at, the mill Hhowed ?hat she had worked.' as did her husband, regular ly until about a week ago when she was unable to work on account of ill ness. The fact of Mra. Tolbert's illness furnishes an Interesting sidelight on Sunday's tragedy. A representative of a local burial aid society stated that on Saturday, December 12lb. ho went to the home of Me.'?nAMri?. Tolbert, to collect tl'., weekly install ment of the peile; In which Mrs. Tolbert was insured and that Tolbert paid bim five weeks in advance, while ho already had ono week of unpaid Insurance. The startling ?talement that Tolbert made to young Ellenborg to telephone the un dertaker as well as the sheriff would indicate that he had made all prep arations for tho murder. Another interesting feature of the horrible affair was given by Mr. M. D. Ellenberg who stated that Sunday morning Mr. and Mrs.' Tolbert took breakfast with him and Mrs. ElU-n berg about 9 o'clock. Mr. Ellenborg said that Mrs. Tolbert during the past week, although showing sign': ?of weakness on account of illness luui assisted his wife and that Sunday ?Morning Mrs. EUenberg went to the room ot their neighbors and Invited them to take the morning meat with them. He said that Mrs. Tolbert came In first and told bim to go in and wake up Mr. Tolbert. EUenberg went Into Tolbert's room and after some persuaalon Tolbert consented to Join lils wife in the EUenberg end ot the house. Mr. EUenberg stated that there were nd indications what ever of any Ul feeling between Toi? bert and his wife and that soon after the mest he went to bis own room and later 5 sit the bouse. Before Ve turning home after 1 o'clock, his son notified him that Tolbert had killed Mrs. Tolbert. Tolbert* has had little to say since being place In Jail, except '?nat he is sorry he wss provoked to commit the crime. CHRISTI CAI The freshet candy i New York since the n day last. As a gift will carry clearlv than flowers a versally understood ai Make your reservat Evans' P Three ? Six Suits Filed Against Six Fire Insurance Companies in Court Here. Counsel for Judge J. S. Fowler have lied six ?ult* In the court of common )leas against six Insurance companies I is thc result of the failure of Judge] '"owler and the companies and the1 allure of the arbitrators representing ho two sides to come to an agree nent as to tho loss sustained when he plaintiff's automobile garage on (Vest Market street was burned sev eral month:' ago. Cases were docketed against Tho Mobo and Rutgers Fire Insurance 3ompany. The Georgia Home Insur ance Company. Thc 1'hoenlx Insurance Tompauy of Hartford, Conn., The Xa tonal Fire Insurance Corannny nf dartford, Conn., Commercial Cniou Insurance Company, Ltd. nnd Phoenix Assurance t'omoauy. Ltd. The claims iggrcgute $22,000. f In this tire some is automobile*, a arge number of wagons, and a lurge luoutlty of bagging and ties were de ll roy ed. lt is sahl that Judge Fowler ralued the content? of thc building at Ortie like $33,000. As Mr. Fowler and he insurance companies were unable o reach au agreement as to the loss, ho matter was referred to a board nf irbltrators. Several meetings between he th reo nrbltrntors were held, but hey were unable to reach an agree 11. nt. Several days ago. when lt. was an nounced that tue arbitrators had been mable to reach an agreement, it was mown that the matter was going to be court1?, There will be a ( hrUtmus Tree at lammond School Tuesday evening at even o'clock. Everybody Invited, "live will be a present for every hild fn the district. .ADIES! SECRET JO DARKEN GRAY HAIR irlas; Bark Its Color and Lastre with Grandma's Sage Common garden aage brewed into heavy tea. with sulphur and alcohol dded win tura gray, streaked and id ed hair beautifully dark and ' lusu Innt; remove every blt of dandruff, top scalp itching and falling bair. Fixing the eage tea and sulphur re ipe at homer though, is troublesome, n easier way la to get the ready-to se tonic, costing about 50 cents a irgo bottle, at drug stores, known ? "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Com onnd," thus avoiding a lot of mur?. While wispy, gray faded hair ls not Inf ul. we all desire to retain our outhful appearance and attractive ess. ?V- darkening your hair with Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur, no one ut tea. because it does it eu natur lly, wo evenly. You Just dampen a ponge of soft bruah with it and draw Us through your , hair, taking one nail strand at a tune; by morning ll gray hairs have disappeared. Af ir another application or two, your ?ir become? beautifully dark, glosay, >f( and luxuriant and you appear sara younger. * s at our stores. From laking which was Fri your sentiments more JJ md its message is uni id appreciated. vj ions NOW. harmacy Stores. ?illlil?l??lllllllllUlillllll?i, it's Nunnai?ys "She-7 wants, and if you are wise that's what you'll send her. We have it fresh from Atlanta. The Owl Ding Co. "'illlllllilllllilllfillllllllllillli Kiss Your Coal Stove Goodbye! The gas stove has the coal stove beaten a mil lion w?.vs. No wood' to chop, no coal to car ry, no ashes to take up, carry out, and sift, leaving a trail of dirt and dust from the stove all the way out to the ash pit. No fire- to coax afid cod dle. No excess heat. No waste. Gas is a guarantee of the right kind of a fire instantly for any purpose whatever; and it's mor? economical, too. Anderson Gas Co.