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DEATI'I OF T. E. HARRIS.
One of Waterloo's Oldest and Best Cit
izens Died Suddenly Last Vednes
Waterloo, Oct. 11.-The little town
of Waterloo was shocked oil last Wed
3esday morning, October 6th, when it
was announced that Thomas Etugene
Barris had passed away (uring the
night. lie retired the previous night
in his usual healith and good spirits,
and in the morning it was discovered
that his spirit had flown, leaving his
lifeless body in order on his bed.
In the death of Mr. llarris Waterloo
has lost one of its oldest and best citi
zens. Born, reared and educated here,
he early entered the arci of1 business,
engaging in the mercantile business,
and later in farning, proving a suc
cess in each. For a ninher of yeari's
he was our1. ellicient postinaster.
Mr. I Iariris was kinid and consider
ate in his bearings toward his neigh
bors and friends, and conseqiuently
Stood high in their estiination. lie
cn ite ,0111 a large, respectable and in
buential famuily, being the cidest. Sonl
of the late .ioin 11. larris, and Mrs.
Alary PIinson iarris of this couty.
Air. Hiarris had only one brother
the 1iate Dr. W. It. Hiarris, and th ree
sisters, .\ rs. W. 11. Witartonl, iirs. losi
Elliot. and Mirs. .1ohn1 E. iienderson, all
of whoin preceded hin1 in death. Alr.
Ilarris was t wiee iarried, first to Aliss
Mary Fuller, who, alfter a itninher of
years decease(d, leaving no children.
Ills secon1d inarriage was wih l Miss
Mlary lleains. of waurens, who suir
vives hi .
Aftir appropriate services ill tile
Baptist chur1ch ol Waterloo, of which
lie was a beloved inernber and faitifti
deacon, we interred his reinains in
the lpubic celitery to await. the res
u3 trrcet ioil.
The following' relatives, constituttci
the active pall learers: .ohn 11.
Wharton, .tr., Joe P. Wharton, llerird
Ilenderson, lenjanin W. I li ills,
Ala(rk \\. liellains and H)l. Wilson
The honorary 11al hearti ters were (,ol.
J, If. Wharton, 1H. C. Fuller, W. If.
Wharton, Y. C. Ilellais, Ii. S. Wallace
and Willis Yea rgin. The large and
,beautiful floral offerings covering his
grave attest the love and esteem in
which lie was held by his friends and
Mr. Harris had no afilliation with
any secret order save with the Wood
men of the World. lie is the last of
the family name at Waterloo. lie has
two incles, .\Ii. W. P. larris of Gray
Couirt, and .\i .M ames T. Ilia rris of
Spa rtanburtg, and one nephew, the
lion. Wilson iIarris of Clinton.
After eibalming the body it was
placedl in a metalie cask(et, and thenI
Into in airtiglit, waterproof case, and
careftily and tnderly laid to rest Ihi
the family plot. We loved him; we
miss himt; we pray (;od's blessings up
on the grif-stricken wife, and other
".i. TI. M."
Whenever You Need a General Toith
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
Ah1l Tonic is equally valuable s a
General Tonic because it containo the
well known tonic properties of QUIITND
and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drivej
at Malaria, E~nriehos the Blood ad
Suilds up the Whole System. 50 oonta.
Closing out sale of plants. Large1
lot of table ferns. Sale begins at 9
o'clock Satupday and lasts all (lay.
L~auriens Floral Complanly.
IT is SER10O'S.
Somle Laur'ens Peopie llh to lCeaiize
the Seilousniess of a Ialtiark.
The constant achinig of a hadl back,
The weariness, te tireid feelinug,
Tlhte inlis and nehcs of kidntey ills
May result seriously. i ni 'ele.
St., itLurens, says: "My PaI waI*' in
badl sitti and~ iuii i it. :naua.y
cuil hard :ly ar d.\..-i I tni i wa
advisedit i tul' i t .: i
(Stai mitt mat ac 0
said: "Mly uaih ni I n
Ila just asi [etron ,
Viutusly' riean id ii
hot ieed ii
since. rn a n
D~oanu's Kidne beIa'.
Mrj ely had. U F jat rM l.an C .
Props., ihnffalto. N. Y.
To Drive Out Malaria
And Build Up The System
Take the Old Standard GRovig'S
TASTELESS chili TONIC. You kntow
what you are takiing, as the formula is
printed on every label, showing it is
Quinine and Iron in a tasteless form.
The Quinine drives out malaria, the
Iron builds up the system. 50 ceea
D)r. T. L. Tlmmerman
People's Bank Building
Laureuu. S. C.
Beauty of tho Dove.
The mourning dove receIved its
given namie f[om a the mournful sound
of Its call notes. Its sad-voiced coo,
coo, coo, suggests moaning and, next
to the awful, storm-beaten wall of the
screech owl, it Is, under certain condi
tions, the most doleful sound uttered
by an American bird. I knew one sen
sitive woman who was so affected by
the daily mourning of a neighboring
(love that she begged a sportsman to
frighten it away. Another peculiar
fact about thil bird is the stranage mu
sical note that is sounded by the vibra
tion of Its wings. As the bird springs
from the giound in flight. or wings Its
way overhcad the pulsations of its
wings give forth 0. ringing, metallic
sound. like the twanging of a tight
wire. This dove l'ves country roads,
more than ally other bird. and to those
who love b:autiful things, iis exquis
itely m1iolded form and imminaculato
plmage is a lways a pleasing to1Ilchi of
nature. One might as well try to de
scribe iln words the colors in a liro
opal as those of this bird.
low Catarrh is ('ontracted.
'liohers are solletillies so thought.
less as to neglect the olds which their
chialdrenl contract. The inlatumati1.1 onl
of the ilucuis mellimbralle, at first acite,
becomes chronlic andl the child has
chron ic catarrh. a disease that Is sel
don eured and that may prove a life's
blurdlen. Malany persons who have this
loatlisome diseaise wIll remiiember hav
ing had freuiient colds at the Iime it
was contracted. A little forethiought,
a bottle of ('hambel h'rlain's Cough Rem
edy jildicioluy ised, and' all this trol
be I ight have beeln avoided. Obtain
Had Given It.
TIer-ol is a good story of a popular
EInglih a(ictor. le had gone to give
all eItelrtIinmenit at tile h1olse of a
nouvea i riche. 'I'lere was a dinner on.
Whviien he got there. to his anazeient,
he wasl shown into the(. srvants' hall
to wai4t. h'leir dinner was Just oil the
table, ro lie accepted the butler's iivi
tation andl(] sat. down to it with tieni.
After the ieal,ti at which ihe was par
ticularly bright, he went all through
Ills prograi for tIh beneliit of his hosts,
the servants. lie had hardly done
when lie was suninioned to the draw
ing room. to find the guests there sol
enilly aeated Ili rows, waiting for him
to comnmence. "'Commence,' he asked,
with the bland smfile for which lie is
noted. 'Commence what? My little
entertainment? Oil, I see. Very sorry,
but-it's over. I gave It, as I always
do, where I dined. Good night.'"
When Yon Take Cold.
With the average man a cold is a
seriouls inatter and should not be tri
tied With, as sollite of the most dalger
ons diseases start with a common cold.
Take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
and get rid of your cold ats quickly as
possible. lol are not experienliling
when yo1 use this reilledy, as it has
bwe'l ill u1se for llany years and has an
established rpltationi. It contains 110
op0ium1 or o0er' narcotic. Obtainable
tve ry w le re.
This Odor is Safety-First Device.
An ingenious arrangement to safe.
guard a person from drinking the con
tents c'0 tho wrong bottle has boon in
ve'nted. Tho arrangement is plaoed in
the neck of the bottle and connected
wuith the stopper, which oontaina a sub
stance thlat gives off a pungent odor
when the cork is removed. Not only
does It warn the person holdIng the
bottle but send. its pengent warning
all over the houe.. Shiould a chIld
tamnper with a podoon bottle, for in
stannoe, members of the family would
know It the instant the cork was re
mnoved and could rush to the child,
pr6ff6* to' t*o'vont sierious Illness or
,ll flyjirostrgling effect of constant
Bac'ka('be and. those dlepressing, bear
idi# dIowit'sidht pihins' from which wo
mnl suffer so mul~ch, i ar qilckly re
lili ed( wheni'i D). SlI.\lON'S SQUTAW
\j i \VI N IH is used4. Iit acets directly
(mI tlhei ('ause of tihe trleC restores
regua ari ty, aids1 digestion)1, bilds upi
1114 bod(y an albriings back tihe vigor'
and14 (ceerf'ulness 441 lieaithI. I'iee $1 .h10
Iaer htle.''ohI bty all di'uggists.
Protect the Birds.
Tih' idllfe of,01 the country is im1
l4ortantu to its wel'r'. it is well that
knowl\ed'Ige'0 of.ts fact1 is being seat
1' red bro,:ile~., aIs many1 a re unaIic
'!4:: u:4 b theI gr'eat work of1 044n
sera'n uh- thr birds pefo.rml' ill
h' 1o:, z:! 4(rdr in saving grit nat
inrtal malh.01, Ther binitorimate
(shis oan wof shem toddeep in
ahncstat", e of w orrniwast I whichh
ther r' n the presenlt i'euiade in
Ca'yusear of Strone ~ tiorribo."
Tp1ow1 manyli makes a yu inhad
peoe 'asayi "Iualynno "omethitgIg
tltnging to happen"eybelt oe-a
tithati ha acuant reapsoned Now,
is happening, in the patient's own sys
tem. It may be a badly working lIver,
ora wyeak heart, or any of the organs,
or, perhaps, some difficulty in the In
testinal tract. The disorder may not
?~hve direct evidence of its exIstence,
buit still be responsible for this ap
Darently causeless worry,
CASH | CASH,
We Have the Goods You Want
In Style' In Quality In Price
Beautiful, stylish and serviceable fabrics for making dresses,
suits, skirts and waists; destinctive tailored suits; Dresses, Waists
and Skirts; splendid underwear for men and women and children
and winter goods for the entire household. Only goods -of the
finest character are offered, at prices that are within reach of all.
Visitors to the County Fair are especi
ally invited to visit our store Fair -Day.
Ladies and Misses Department. Men and Boys Department.
Outini g, in all colors, regula r 10e m unbiher, ou. price.. no thue has Davis Roper Co.0n8 been letter prepared
1N y Is. ext r " value Sea iland, ou r price .... .... .. $1.00 w e xl ovk4 of fall elotiling for men Who want, to look
1 -ds. extra value ( in h 1a Ils, our price .... .... .. $1.00 hei bew t..
Crepe de Cihie in all colors, value $1.25, our price .. $1.00
Ixt ra value Waists, worth $1.25 and $1.50, our prive $1.00
New Shirts, all pries, extra values, ... .... $3.00 up to $9.75
oig lot Serge D resses, reguila i $6.00 value .... .... $5.00
Heuuitifil Silk 'oplin Dresses, value $7.50, for $6.00 There are here iany styles for young fellows at $10.00 to
iarty Dresses and Evening Dresses, extra val uue $10.00
to.... .... .... .... .... ........ ........ $15.00tte i suits at
Wool Sweaters, all colors. good vallues, $1.75, $2.25 and $2.50 $50 $2. to $25.00. And t 1ere th swry proviio
Silk Sweaters, only few left,, value $6.50 for ...... .. .. $4.95 fo t 11itiei wo ini e handl e r ly p u at
Silk l'et tieoats, eautiiful line, valiies .... .... $1.00 to $4.95 flot lie t l 15vi 0 Ao e hav ' h led o r yea c e at
get the best value thiat money (call lbuy when -buying here.
Our ciash saving price on Ladies Hats is gaining favor. The
ladies iire del ighted over their savings and are coming here M Hats.
for their millinery. See our valIne Iats $3.00, to $5.00, $6.00,
$7.00 and .... .... .... ... .... .... .... .... .... ..$8.00 Variety is the spie in our line of AMen's IM& A score of
new styles ill st iff and sioft, hats to pick fromi at. $2.00 to $3.50
$10.00 to $30.00.
Ex1 ra Special .... .... $16.75, $18.75, $19.75 and $24.75
Positively tlie last word of antinnn suit fashions. Newest Cool weat'huer has arived to tay and now is the time to buy
fabrievs, latest mlodels, fevatuingll high-low colhlrs and furl trim.l W
fahi ix a x iidl ,fati ~iu t g-owcllaisa iliii P i- yotir winter underwear. W've got .just thle thing every main
mt ings, also tailored anuid semii-tail ored ef'eets. A wide range wat who desires to keep warni and onifortable dung the
of all the populi artl styles and t'he best values to be had any- (old winter 1its.
whereill___________County.___ nion Suits.... ................$1.00, $1.50 and $2.00
I o(y 's Union Su'iits .... .... .... ......... ..... 50 and .75
Dresses. Men's Shirts and lrawcrn, per garment .50
Serge Dresses .... .... .... .... .... .... $5.00 to $13.50
Party Dresses.... ....................$10.00 to $1'. 5.00
Other Wearable Dresses ................$6.00 to $12.50
Beautiful frocks developed in the new silks and serges and
silk combinations. Your early autumn wants for street or We also have an unusually attractive line of ties, shirt,
general wear can be thoroughly satisfied from our varied e- eollars, gloves, socks, pajamas, bath robes that are Brst in
loction. Exti-iie anid conservative Htyles to pleawe all tastes. qaTrity and lowest in tpriee that you can find anywhere.
By selling forYo lsei
cash we save DAVIS-ROPER Y
you from 10 to you don't buy
25 per cent. on COMPANY here for Cash.
(11li1FER UP year and I have been seared!( on sey- bis stispendet's (lown. lie ruin haek ('rul iit AR STPI)
oral 00ceai0114, esilelal ly when~ I toward tlie switchi board an I wa:d epe e ta her
Thlat Thedi Grouchy Feeling Means at ePPSI ta hyi o
'rlat riril rouciy Felig MsuN %.oulld 1be here ait. night, by Inlysel f and af'raid lie had the jinmniles 011(1 was1 510l11)0. D)r. Kilag's New liseovery,
1,1. er.s wil(11'30i(ltan thde tiis~o1 Ill oe 1 0)1(1 going to ti'y ti110 twenty-three hundred is a remedy or tried mnerit. It has hid'
Il.V-r-Lax wIII clear y'on ouIt, and tl"d lr~ o~ i- ~ i iemre o 0 er.
a1111e you1 feel tine and dand y agaiin. It the light a lg wouid begin to shoot. volt treationt a1( 1 tried to C elt it 0 own o t e a et o it Sear.
is just as effective as4 alo iel, but has about On the w ires. The " I w u II get i '', bill he w as too fast for 1i), s0 lie 11o14 t ii healingold age tes to it oo ih
none of its well kno.vn' disagvrechbe in soe be lorner ao] it-3' to co ntent my- w viit to ile llhone ad ang 80i110 O1e01a1d i Iug t r e ii1-r often aabled ey
altei'-0floet x. c~i ae osnsellf by singing ''Jesw; LOVOT'* or MIY and1( I 1hea1d liii say (01110 1)- I1lliI. d I' il r (%Ilcjatilleit. Dri. King's Now
Lli--Ver-Lax elim nates Poisons, -nhcigctgi
leanses tile systemi, nd relieves non- ou-l" or soe other good old h'i, lie went bac otit at the (1or at tie l~seoverV4 tolls tio h
stipation' iIn a tholrol gh but pleasant expecting eVery mite for the next speed of Da, Patch, and left me to
manneVr. Ax l Itl thaarkwen regtgulaolrlaiy, wsabo.01( eiee I ~llletelliilx
mne.A l)il i ken regularly, shot to get. 1110. So last Monday ni1ght Solve thie mi1stery file best I Couldl, buit Money back if it fails. Hec andl $1.00
means consistent hea th and 110 doctorI was sitting herc trying to read s01110 I ss1w Dr. %Vo1kn1nT the next day and
Gmuarante E;very \) ottle hearing the
likeness of ' K. Grigsby, is guarall- whiere It said the French have madl~e Now, Mr1. 'dto,01 I ha1Ive been mlt- H ave you1 ever crone throtigli a tylli
tend to give . . isfaction orl your m noney
twesl tiw gains north or mosnIp, north of -led tell years and I an ye y sorry to Cal hIre forest inh-e50 you id i Col?
will h~o !'0turiodl. Voi' satle here In .60c MIa'vignios 11)d along thie road fromt say fithat I haven't ha0( any explerien~ce NV'ht a vi oi'ous ipill)15 It sent! How
and~ $1.00 size bottles at Laurens D~rug
an $.0 iz joteBatLurnsDij'Ville-Suir-Taurho to 'Cornay-en-Dor- In that line yet, but if it scar-e I1) Yo1 openedwdeyulngtoak
Co. ' le h~oIlwd O"ln, otk
31)01 s0 a. ma101 that never wenlt to tbat way I prefer to remain like &I'll) cUalities. Yes, Dr. B3ell's I'ine-'Iar
Pfes Cared In 6 to 14 Bega school ally more titan I (lid and stali Williams, Robert Boyd a1( Little Honey pcsesses those stimulating
OINTMENT fails to cure any case oftehitng,
Now ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ cogs ol a, we oura tiTe Inner lining of the throat
DMlnd,Bleedinwor Protrudinitlibal6tol4d ay, l1e (lid go, lius lot. got bi'1t11s 0 1N o p w y r t s strengthened In Its attack agaist
Tile fatst application gives 1(180 and Re9 5f in his; bean to digest suich (lurned If you get iad and want to fight, you Cold germs. Every famnily needs a bot
Thef fas appicato gHve Ias thnd tilt. 50c~ ut h n on o e es s . o n l c n t nl th n . 2 c
~ ~ C S 5 5 down and hollered flooralb for Wood- out several years ago that fighting ~ . 2 ~ i~n
Arow Wilson and quit. So about that was bad on the eyes and I will abso- For a Muddy omplexlot,
Imine run In at the lUtely refuse to ACCOMOlate YOU, 50 Take Chamberlain's Tablets and
* ** .* *. * * # front door and I could see that lie was there you are, adopt a dlot of vegetables a11( cereals.
Editor The Advertiser: scared muchly, so to speak. Ho was J. W. E 10 l
'have been working In the power bare headed, had on one shoe and was Ware Shoals, S. . copexa w h myt Oban
house here at wthis place about one holding he i at with botl hands, October, 3d, 1915. e greatly a
aotntnraTh wodh .r
Soul" orsome ablrekeverldhhymn