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Jones, Oct. 14 RotJ. B. Conmelly, of
Princeton filled- '1i$.appontment last
night and gave us a:most excellent
sermon. He will beibore again on the
2nd Sunday night in 'November and
-we cordially.,invite Overyone'to come
apd hear this consaorated and talented
Mrs. Earle M. Calne, Miss Belle
Jones an4. Mrs. Jerry C. Martin were
In Greenwood Monday of last week.
Our :school. will open on Monday,
the 26thnst and we cordially invite
all of our friends to have their chil
dren ready to enter. Asthas been our
custom there- will be, appropriate op
ening exercises andt we trust the par
ents -will be present,
We ektend, toMr. W. C. Jones- and
Miss Lula Cochran, who were married
on the 6th inst., our warmest congrat
Mrs. E. E. Martin and little Frank,
of Strother, are on a visit to her par
ents, Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Jones.
Our good friend and neighbor,. Mr.
E. W. Thompson, is now organist of
our Sunday School. He Is a splendid
singer and we appreciate his kindness
In filling the position.
We are very grateful to all our
friends for recent kind favors.
Those wishing to purchase or rent
should come soon.
Though somewhat late, we wish to
4tdd our tribute of respect to the muem
ory of Mr. Marion Sharp (more famil
larly known as Petty), who recently
passed away at Donalds. He spent
the most of his long, useful and honor
able life in this section and was held
in the highest esteem .by all of our
It was our good fortune to attend
the association at Mt. Gallagher. Mod
erator Bobo and Clerk, Prof. W. P.
Culbertson dispatched business rapid
ly. Col. J. H. Wharton was a delegate
and as is his invariable custom did
all in his power to make visitors en
joy the occasion.
The addresses, reports of commit
tees. and discussions were eloquent
and instructive. Mt. Gallagher dis
pensed a royal hospitality and the Im
mense crowd thoroughly enjoyed the
SHOT TO DEATH
Dr. Lawrence Orr MeCalla, of Ander
on, Slain by Another Prominent
Man of Same County. Motive Un
Anderson, Sept. 11.-Dr. Lawrence
Orr McCalla, one of the most promi
nent citizens in this section of the
State, was shot and killed at 8:30
o'clock Saturday morning by his
nephew by marriage, Mr. Feaster I.
Jones, another prominent man of An
derson county. The shooting occur
red in Dr. McCalla's private garage
at his home at Starr, 10 miles below
Immediately after the shooting, Mr.
Jones went over to his home, which
is about 200 yards distant, and tele
p'honed Sheriff Asheley's olfice of
*what he had done.
*From the facts brought out at the
inquest, and from individuals ques
tioned privately, it appears that the
shooting occurred after a few min
utes conversation between Dr. Mc
Calla and Mr. Jones.
Dr. McCalla had just returned from
the station at Starr and it is said that
he was prep~aring to come to Ander
son. He had one of his neogroes to
drive him from the depot, and upon
reaching home went into the auto
TAKE "CASCARETS" IF
Best for liver and bowels, bad breath,
bad colds, sour stomach.
Get a 10-cent box.
Sick headache, -biliousness, coated
toflgue, head and nose clogged up with
a cold-always trace this to torpid
liver; delayed, fermenting food in the
bowels or sour, gassy stomach.
Poisonous matter clogged in the in
testines, instead of being cast out of
the system is re-absorbed i nto/ the
blood. .When this poison reach a thi
delicate brain tissue it causes 'onges
tion and that dull, throbbing/sicken
lng headache. I
Cascarets immediately 4anse the
stomach, remove the sour,V iidigested
-food( and foul gases, take the excess
bile from the liver and carry out all
the constijlated waste matter and pois
ons in the bowels.
A Cascaret tonight will surely
straighten you out by morning. They
work while you sleep-a 10 cent box
from your druggist means your head
clear, stomach sweet and your liver
and howels regular for months.
A CLOGOED SYSTEM
NEEDS A 'IENTION
Are you bilious, dizzy apud listlessi
Dr., King's New Life Pills taken at
once seizes upon constitation and
s tarts the bowels movi ,gnaturally
and easily. Moreover if acts without
*griping. . Neglect of a oegged system
often leads to most s ous comnplica
tions. . Poisonous matters and a body
poot'y functioning need immediate at.
4egtipn, If. you .wish to wake up to~
morrow morning happy in mind and
-'entirely satisfied, shirt your treatment
tonight. 26 a. hattie.
mobile garage to speak to Red Jones,
who was in there preparing to take the
car out. About this time Mr. Jones
came up and went into the shed. The
negro ran the car outside and in a
very shot time heard Dr. McCalla
calling him. He wont back into the
garage and just about the time that he
reached Dr. MdCalla's side the first
shot was fired, which took effect in
the right side of the doctor's chest,
and would have been sufficient to
cause death. The wounded man
stepped back about two steps then
fell backwards, his head falling just
outside the door of the house. Mr.
Jones then walked toward the door,
firing another shot into the wounded
man's head as he passed. This bul
let entered Dr. McCalla's forehead just
above the right eyebrow, passed
through his head and came out on
the other side. That the shot was
fired at close range was evidenced by
the powder marks on the dead man's
face. The pistol used was a .45 cali
bre Colts automatic. Mr. Jones then
walked on out and met Mrs. McCalla,
telling her what he had done.
25 CENTS DESTROYS
YOUR DANDRUFF AND
STOPS FALLING HAIR,
Save your hair! Make it thick, Wavy
and beautiful-try thist
Thin, brittle, colorless and scraggy
hair is mute evidence of a neglected
scalp; of dandruff-that awful scurf.
There is nothing so destructive to
the hair as dandruff. It robs the hair
of its lustre, its strength and its very
life; eventually producing a feverish
ness. and itching of the scalp, which
If not remedied causes the hair roots
to shrink, loosen and die-then the
hair falls out fat.J -iftle Danderine
tonight-now- 1ny e-will surely
save your hair
Get a 25-cen tile of Knowlton's
Danderine from any drug store or
toilet counter, and after the first ap
plication your hair will take on that
life, lustre and luxuriance which is so
beautiful. It will become wavy and
fluffy and have the appearance of
abundance. an incomparable gloss and
softness; but what will please you
most will be after just a few weeks'
use, when you will actually see. a lot
of fine, downy hair-new hour-grow
ing all over the scalp.
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* ROSS HIt, NEWS. *
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Cross 11111, Oct. 11.-Misses Lillie
Culbertson and Mary Martin and
Messrs Gray Culbertson and Ed Adams
attended the marriage of Mliss liugenia
Culbertson of Troy, to Rev. Hillhouse
of Abbeville, which was solemnized in
the A. R. P. church at Troy last Tues
day afternoon. Miss Eugenia has a
number of relatives in this and other
counties and a host of friends who of
for warm congratulations. She is a
daughter of the late Dr H.. L,. Culbert
son of Amity, Ga., while the groom is
a young Presbyterian divine whose
work is near Abbeville.
It is to be regretted that Mr. Arthur
Leaman's condition required his re
turning to the hospital for further
treatment. IHe was carried to Chester
ten days ago and is said to be doing
Miss Irene McDaniel, one of the
teachers in Cross 11111 school, has been
right sick for three weeks. She is at
her home at Due W~est until she is
well enough to resume hier work. Mrs.
Mlaude Noffz is filling her place in her'
'rho railroad authorities have re
paired the cotton lplatform here with
a new cover and have installed a cot
ton weigher's omele room which adds
much to the convenience and comfort
of this officer.
A committee of railroad men visited
this and other places along the line
last week, with a view of finding a
more suitable place for locating their
shops which are now at Abbeville. It
is said they wvishi to place them some
where in Laurens of Greenwood count
The farmers of this section are
planting a great deal of crimson clev
er and other winter .cover crops for
the benefit of their land. One farmer.
Mr. Arthur Workman, .tela me he is
sowing twenty--five acres to crimson
clover. As, fast as the cotton is gath
eredl he follows with a cultivator
pilowing in the seed. He inoculates
the land the cost of which is about 40c
Already we are hearing good re
ports from our college boys. Mr.
George P. Martin of South Carolina
college wijI represent th'at Institution
this week in the State Y. M. C. A.
which meets at Greenville. This is
quite a compliment to a young fresh
man. From others conmes the Informa
tion that they are pleased with their
work and are doing well.
Manse Golden, colored, was shot and
killed .Sunday night while on his way
from church a few miles below here.
Two other negroes were in a fight
when Manse undertook to settle the
dimfeulty. He was either accidentally
or otherwise shot, The other two
men were promptly arrested and hodg
e1 in Jai.
r-.. nimmllammo a
a Prices Have Advar
Remain the Sam
All Heavy Groceries have advanced in pric<
ours at the old price for the balance of this
Here are a few of our Specials:
10 lb. Bucket Snowdrift Lard - $1.00
25 lbs. Sugar - - - $1 6
0 ~10 lbs. Pure Leaf Lard - - .25
Fat Bacon, per pound 9 1-2c
Loose Compound Lard, per pound 9 1-2c
10 lbs. Green Coffee - - $1.00
6 lbs. best parched Coffee - - $1.00
a CASH GRO(
IWe inviteoft eY
- of the Y
you to make
Day. Comedidly pr<
and have a 1
good time. fil y our
Our stocks are in excellent coi
largest fall business of many ye
department is showing the newest
moderately, within reach of every
Ladies and Misses Skirts
ve are now showinig aI olplete linie of
ill the new iodel ill ladies and iisses
stylihh skirts. They ranltge ill pri cC from1
$2.50 to $8.50
Ladies Wool Sweaters
All wool sw eater s, hieavy weav e, shai~wl/
lbuttons to) match ;i color, red, blu tini( gray.
$2.50 to $10.00
50-inch fie Iperia Serges at onily $1.00 ;:!
25 pieces fine Oak Serges,.. .5..75, $1.00
All shrPtunk an td p onigedl or vcat suiit ata o
40(i1hswie special.at.... .....$1.00
54 inces at only. .. . ... ..$1.00 and~ $1.50
A T 25c YARDCo
We offer 75 p)ieces of: fine IDriess Goods1 is there ainyth
in a b)ig assort mcint of styles ; plaids,1 plin, in . JuneC-We thI
stripes and( corded, also shiepherd chee'ks. Iantszt nioat
i6 meches wide, only .... .... .......25 ne. too mpss
CII[Vy'OT tiat wi1 look h
50 pieces C hi ot f or wor1k shiruts, only . 10 Ia onetl OutVl ta
50 pices Su itin g for d resses, 15e va~lue, am1 It de iale, r
only .. . . . . . . . . . . . 10 $ 00
Ladies Shoe Department.
Our I stock antize 111.Tare8 I~ com leti ll th ln' iew styles and(
T1hie 110most )111P i popular nmrs, all blackt bt or la ce, w ith
black c ravaiicttIe topping, Ask to se these numbers
at . . .. . . . .. . . . .. . . . .. .$3.00 to $4.00
Alil styles and1( Icat hers, butLi to an 1a(e, cetp ori plinl toes,
lowv or high 'he~els, v(elvet oir eravanttec tops, spieial $2.50
Lowv or htigh heels, v'iei kids, (1ul1 and1( patent, butionu or
lace, spueial .... .... ........ ........ .......$2.00
haid anid laiej, best schtool shoes for bo I ys anid girls, paiItett
gunt meitatl and( tans,5 buittton -or lace, br'oad Seoteh bt ot
tomts, good vanies...... .... ....$1.75, $2.00 aind $2.25
F~or' thle little girls, whiit e, tani, red, gray, ini all ('oos tojps,
.Patenlt, pla11in totes, ,iist whti youi want f'or thle little
dress8 shoes .. ...... ....... .... ....$1.25 andtt $1.50
llest line of' Wonton 'e heavy everIyht'da ( hos, box calxIf
and saltines, ptlaini or captj toes . .... ..$1.50, $2.50
is a Pleasure i Switz
iced 'ut Ours Witl
e for This Week
during the past few days but we will sell
week. Buy from us and save this money.
Fresh Norfolk Oysters
Best Norfolk Oysters received fresh every
Thursday. Phone your orders early to be sure
you get them.
Special Notice: Watch our announcement
next week about the free Aluminum ware that we
are going to give away free.
WERY STORE o
ar, in scome to
o SeFriday for
the Fair and
toPd make this
fall eedS that day.
idition and we look forwafd to the
ars. Throughout our store, every
and the best and'everything is priced
New Fall Coats
Visi I our cont section and see the many
wonderfl valutes there, the many and beau
tiiul stylish models for ladies, misses and
~~4Most Stylish Millinery
Do ni ot forget thait we are millinery
l(eaders'. In this department of our store
\\~ \ i-N~llAMR ANDCUIAMIRAYS
100~l piieces new fall styles, elegant, only .10
7)1 pieces plin .Lineni anmd Chambrway,
:L2-ine. only .... ...............10
I ND)IWElARI OTIJNQ.
t Suits a i(11)',uc asw tepiklh.
ing so rare ais a day i~ ic i 111 (( nype~y 1
uit. spiecials is tan ex- :2- thAjIol( nhiol....0
fre yout willI, it is just WWbSa sad.........
tier and111 wea Colonger 8;iah '. go lacig.....0
I(i 1 lec hee. .\on ast - aeill k Mes inw r i.~1.
season's mtost styl ishi (i ~.............8
atging in jirice frotu IWii ~l t('F iinl n 2
a ic ~s 50 pn ie ceslieht coors, stpeshc n
Al te ie~ tu 11( h.ipl ai n or c k $4.00, inlih
l~lek i'', 11 biluei , e am aitnid ledaotyher d ..el 1
a i ~tIt s . il 05- ic ,ih a n y toping , onl y ..5
a itili i',5e inch I..a... sland... ............ .. .505
'Pan aual tiiiiitltn ot relgdieahi n g t e. onl . . . $.3.00
lii ielie. As t o o h ie lanne.2.0, only.... an . $.50
Greaitles GenMe's Shoes.
All thei~ ii snw to s. l and leathers, tan or black, . .40
wiiitih i lc.0 only .... .... .........$1.$7 .... .$2.0
l I ish lat : hor bwrk, sihos oney toppn prety
nit n or lc, spl va... ... . .. ... $200 ....$3.50