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d' best cotton.
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use Kainit lib
on Cutton Ci
amount of Pot
GERMAN KALI WI
Chicago, McCormick Block
sn Now Orlean
San Francisco, 25 Caritorn
Office in The Bank
We are fully e9uippe
in material equipment to
We would be glad to co
the sub-division of lands
poses. Letters and telep
faster he ]
them up v
Better Come an
MinlNmm IUm hhililfnfhUll ill lIfligUllll lilllll lii
trol- Double Control of F2
Step-Starter Starts Me
the Saddle and Both ',
T HE 1914 Harley-Davidson
it presents. Innovations, 1
feature haB stood the test of
road service. The Step-Starte
nishes the only practical nmeti
If the rider accidentally otalla the rnot
up traflic on a crowded street, find
the mnud, and set the machine on tl
puesh on either pedal and the motor
Selecivo Type of Two-Speed
oThe 1-arley-Davidmon seletivetyp
eeetionally reliable, extremely
on usd isiothe reart hb th~ saed.
are selective end the rider can shift
chine is standing still or in motion.
Double Brakce Control
nrake may beoperated >y a'rfooteen
Double Control of Free Wheel
hFree Wheel Cntro iopraed b
control of''he 19 .'Hrley-Davisn.
Call, p hone or write for advanc<
detail the many new features
T. S.CHIIPLEY, (
Much Weed" -
Ilany a Cotton Crop
fertilizer I The idea
>lton doesn't need much
a past age. Few soils have
iable Potash to produce the
fertilizer with 5 to 8% Potash and
rally in side-dressings. Add to an
izer an equal amount of Kait
sys. Write to us r book
alture and for pric on any
ash from a zoo-lb. bag up.
DRKS, Inc. 42 Broadway, New York
Savannab, Bank A Trust Bldg.
Whitney Central Bank Bldg.
la St. Atlanta, Empire Bldg.
k to Land Surveys
OS. & CHEVES
of Laurens Building
d, both by experience and
meet every requirement.
ifer with anyone desiring
or surveys for any pur
hone calls will be promptly
os. & Chdes
ris, S. C. -
his Watches go
as set the prices
I that will wind
d Get One.
Laurens, S. C.
IUlHfilHU~ll lll0 hi f l1illulc ll011ui11011uo I51n8il 11
speed-Double Brake Con.
ee Wheel.--Folding Foot
and Other Improvement.
Lchine With Rider in
iheels on the Ground
is miarked for the innovations
ut not experiments, for every
months and months of hard
r--an exclusive feature-fur- -
iod of Btarting a motorcycle.
or It i hio longer necessary to hold
s level placo In the road, get off in
10 Stand to start it. A downward
again begins to throb.
Folding Foot Board.
'rit'e "Hai"leao ''*t oards
ariety of ositona ace ding to th
heito' of tde., a ove*|o|n.
the grt aj n tq the tdi a
Ful-Ploteing Boat is standard.eartl
patentd device foats the weightedf
arina duesim>atingr dlljars and vfb.
Are notIceabl n tho now nlr
> announcement describing in
sf the 1014 H-arley-Davidsn
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J. WRIGHT NASH, OF
End Comes After Operation for Ap.
pendlcltis. Former Member of House
Spartangurg, Jan. 28.-J Wright
Nash, one of the most prominent citi
zens of Spartanburg, in fact, of the
upper portion of the State, former
member of the House of Representa
tives from this county, and law part
ner of 'Congressman Joseph T. John
son, died here about 11:30 o'clock to
night, in the Spartanburg Hospital,
where he was operated upon three or
four days ago for appendicitis.
Air. Nash for many years was active
ly identifieg with business and public
affairs of this section, and was known
throughout the State through his work
in the Legislature, where he served
'Ie was born In the northern part of
Laurens County, August 13. 1870. Af
ter completing the course at Clinton
Academy, Clinton, he entered Wofford
college, from which he was graduated
with the degree of LI. A. in 1890, re
ceiving the degree of M. A. from the
same institution in 1898. lie later took
the law course at the iniversity of
South Carolina and was given the de
gree of LL. 1).
Mr. Nash taught several years, one
year in I ebron Academy, Marlboro
county, and for two terms lie was
principal of the graded school at Bates
On October 41, 1899, Mr. Nash was
married to Miss Fannie. Boyd, who
survives him. le was vice president
of the Bank of Spartanburg, President
of the local Y. M. C. A. and an officer
of Central Methodist church, The law
partnership with Congressman John
son was formed several years ago, ir.
Johnson arrived in Spartanburg to
day, from Washington, to be near his
partner, whose condition was declared
,. Wright Nash.
When death clai..ns such men as ..
Wright Nash in the midst, of their
comi)muiiit.ies and while their relations
to Wifk and children and home are
dearest, and( most relied upon, it is
beyond humint1 conception to under
stand the -purposes of an all-wise
When such men are taken their
commiunities are the poorer in men,
lut it often happens that they are rich
er in an appreciation of those things
that go to make such men's lives the
heritage of their people. 'T'hrough the
(lentil of J. Wright Nash we have lift
ed up before the people of this city,
and this state, his character; and
from the study of his uprightness, his
integrity, his loyalty to duties, both
great and small, that came to his hand
to do, there is a lesson to be drawn
which, if carried in the lives of the
people and the spirit of the com
nmunity, will be a blessing to its all.
Let Spartanburg today think upon
these things and understand what. it
proflts a man to live as lie did, faith
ful in every relation of life, and doing
his part with a cour tage and with a
faith that recognized no 'compromise
whieire the right was involved. By
slicer force of character and native
abil11ity lie maide his place in Spartan
buirg one that will not be filled easily,
though to it it niight be the worthy
ambhition of those whio would render
seirvice in 'their time by following the
example of his life and, without wa
v'ering meet the duties and1( respionsi
bilities incident to this existence wvithi
the same calzii and clear' conceldioni
of t'ight andi wrong that chiai'acterized
Mir. Nash as we, his friends, knew him,
The man is gone, but the things he
stood for stand out moire impr'essively.
In his profession, as a lawyer, he
wa~s r'espc'ted for his integrity and
his abiliity-h is opin ion w~as valuned
and sought after; iti his churtch lie
was put to the ft'ont, and with simple)1
Chr tist ian humblene~ttss d i his d uty;
as the president of the Young Men's
C'hiiistitan Associton, without dlispilay
Ihe wvorked for the success of all its
undi~ertatkinigs; as one of the trustees of
the Teox tile Inadustriial institute, a wvor
thy itnstituition v'ery dleair to his heart,
hie qiutetly ur'ged its cause oni to sue
cess; while as a citizen he shirked no0
responasibility oi' failed to make knowti
his willingness to do his part.
Politically lie was rejected in Spar
tanbuirg county, buiit thus nevetr seetmedl
itn the least to have embittered him,
It did not lessen his keena interest in
the affairs of the county or' state. Hie
was in politics iioi'e because his
friends, who recognized his fine abil
ity, uirged1 him to do so, realizing his
value in the halls of legislation. The
year's lie serveedl proved his friends to
hlut his Political career was only a
very small part of the 'actIvities that
made for huim a plaee in this city's
life. in short, Mr. Nash was a man,
lie had served faithfully In every re
lation to his commnuntity and hils
friends and the people of' Spa rtatnbu rg
generalIly had come to re'garid himi as
a tower of sItrengthI to be reliled itpotn
in atny cause of progress. It is not
sitrprti sing therefore, thIiat his deat h
is the ciy's soi'row and that ini all
walks of life there are those who feel
a keen personal loss.-Spartanburg
REV. WILLIAM T. KRUSE.
Just Finished 'Pwenty-Fourth Year of
his 1'astorate it. Elwyn, Pa.
A recent issue of The Presbyterian,
a religious publication issued from
Philadelphia, has some very pretty
things to say of Rev. William T.
Kruse, who is well known here where
he lived for iany years. Rev. Kruse
has just finished the twenty-fourth
year of his pastorate at 1llwyn, Pa.
The following was taken from The
"Rev. William T. Kruse has entered
on his twenty-fiflih year of service as
pastor with the Middletown church, of
Elwyn. i-IIs has been a happy. helpful
progressive pastorate, which has been
abso!utely loyal to lte evangelical
faith, and its frulits have been tiani
fest in the hearts and lives of old and
young. The congregation has recent
itstalled a compiI ele muodern system of
hot-water heat in tle parsonage.
wihict is now in siccessful operation,
adding greatly to the comfort of the
manse. Its, cost was considerably ov
er $100 and was fully paid for on its
completion. The congregation also, at
this Christmastide, presented to their
pastor and -his devoted wife a substan
tial purse of multiples of $25.00, an
the expression of their love and loyal
ty, and their appreciation of hils devo
tion and faithfulness and that of his
goo(d wife. who has been the partner
with him in all the effective labors of
the years. Both pastor and wife are
popul-ar with old and young, are the
friends of all, loving and loved, and
in all his ministry the pastor has been
especially devoteed to the children of
his congregation, knowing them each
by name, loving them and teaching
them, in the conviction that the dear
lord Christ asks those who love Iliim
most to have most care and love for
the young. Save a child, and you
save a youth: save a youth, and you
save a tianhd0(1; save a mtanithItood, and
you save a life; save a life, aiid you
save an eternity; and even the over
flow of this life becomes like that of
a fountain of blessing, much of which
Is exemUplifled In this long and loyal
and happy pastorate that still abides
In useful and effective ministry."
Always Feel Fine.
The best. remedy for liver, stomach
or howel troubles and especially con
stipation is the famous llOT SiitlNGS
('ut out. Calonel and slam bang piur
gatives. Try ilO' SPlIINUS LI VERl
ItT 'TTONS Just once and you'll have
no use foir any other fver remedy.
l"ine for sick head it , sallow skin,
dull eyes aind blots'e s. Druggists ev
erywhere for 25e.
Ilot Springs Liver htttons, I lot
Springs itheumatism Rlehedy and Ilot
:prings Ilood Itemedy are sold In
I.aurens by laurens )riug '('o.
lied Tuesday .lan. 20 at hIs home here.
lHe htad beent ill with jauntdice several
(lays, le leaves a wIfe and four
daughters to mtouirtn, besides several
brothters anid a sister. Mr. Wells was
about 57 years 01(1. lIe was a good
citizen atnd a memaber of thte Ilaptist
The body was laidI to rest it the
Presbyterian cemetery. The service
was contductedl by R1ev. J. A. Martin,
assistedl by Rev. WV. H. Rlatchford. A
large cotncourse of relatives and
frietnds attendedl the futnetal. The
floral offerings by the WV. 0. W. order,
of whticht hte was at member and1( by3
friendls wer'e beautiftul.
Mr. Wells lived here all his lIfe, and
w s htotnest and1( utpright in lt hiis dleal -
I ngs w Ith hIs fel low~ mn. !ils dleath
is a distinct loss to our' town anid corn
WAN OLt I ND)I(ENTI'ON
Each "Pitple's Dliipepisn" dIgests 3000lt
grinis food, eundinig aill stomacih is
ery int fiie miintes('.
Tinme it! Paple's i a pelslin will di-~
gest anythinutg you eal andtu oveircoime a
souir, gassy or ont.-of-order stomtach
sutrely w Iithin five intutes.
If your tieal s don't fil coinfort ably,
o:- whatt yotu eat lies like a lumttp of
l'ad it your s totmtachI, or Iif y'ou havye
hteartburnt, that is a sign of Indiges
(let from youri idtarmiacist a fifty
cent ease of P'ape's Dliteltsin andu take
a dose just as soon as you can. There
will be ito sour rising, nto belching of
undigested food .mii t'd wIth aclid, no
stomach gas. or he' rthturtt, ftullness or
heavy feelin'y I; thte stomacht, nau
sea, debilita In headnehes, dizzIness
andtu beslies tr will be tto sour food
left over int te stomacht1 toisont
your breath witht tiaseous odo~rs.
Paple's D)iatpel)sin Is a cetlain ettre
for' out-of-order stomachs, because It
takes htold of youri food antd dligests it
just the satme as If your stotiach was
'Rtelief In five mitnutes front all slt
ach mtisery is waitintg for yout at anyt)
Th'lese latrge fifty-cent Cases contain
entoughi "PIaie's- Dialiehsin"' to keept
tihe (tilei failyI 3 free ftroii stomach
dlisor'er's and indl ii gestlitn fot' miany
innihts It beonnsa it 30nne hame.
Is caused by food which has fermer
sickness this impure matter should
DR. M. A. SI!
It Purifies the Stomo
It is a pure, wholesome medicine, made
best of nature's herbal remedies for correctii
and bowels. It is a fine cleansing medicin<
system of every particle of disease-breeding
indigestion and constipation. Biuy only the
Look for the picture of Dr. M. A. Simmmng o
Ask for the Tin Bo*.
C. P. SJMMONS MEDICINE CO., Pr
5 YOU WONT
IF YOUR MONEY
IS IN OUR
Burglars always SPOT
money is hidden. That's the
NESS. They know all the
book case, under the carpet, ir
i, hind pictures, or in the clock,
don't get it, FIRE may. It is
keep your MONEY SAFE.
Make OUR bank Y
We pay interest in Savii
N. B. DIAL, Pres.
The deman~id ini this departmitent
in special innbers but the stock
L~ad(ies' Unimion Suits together or se
LaiesiC' Union Suits, extra quality,
Ladies' all-wool white or scarlet, at
ChiIlren 's Union Suits, all sizes at
Infant's Wrappers at each .... ...
Men 's white ribbed heavy fleece sui1
Also in wool, scarlet or white, at t
Boy's extra heavy Union Suits at.
Liadies' wool Sweaters from .
Misses' Sweaters at.... .... ....
Children 's Sweaters at .... .....
L~adies' wool Aviation Caps at..
Children's knit wool .Jackets at ..
Togues .... .... .... ........ .
A complete line of Ladies' Searfs
Wool antd heavy fleeee cotton Hlosic
Wool GIloves--Wool Mittis--Everytl
dutrinig the winter months at
-J Have your Clothes Clei
men who know how. You'
OvE. V. FER
OvrI. Terry's Store L:
ted. To avoid a spell of
e driven out. You need
.h and Bowels
)nly of a choice selection of the
g disorders in the liver, stomach
that acts mildly, yet it rids the
impurity. It relieves biliousness,
genuine in a lithographed tin box.
a the front panel.
Prick 25 Cents.
oprietors, ST. LOUIS, MO.
00 W/7W TH
MONEY YOU t
the house where the
>et hiding places-the i
the sugar bowl, be
Besides if burglars
OUR BUSINESS to
>. H. ROPER, Gashier
ias exha ustedI manny sizes
is agai n r'ep)lenishe~d for
~arate pieces per suit 50c
it thef~ suit. .. .. . ..$1.00
a~ suit ...........$2.00
....... .... .... ....15c
as at..... .... ....$1.00
he suit..... .... ..$2.00
... ......$2.00 uplwalrd
...... .... .... ....$1.50
.......... .... ..50c
...... .... .... ....50c
...... ........ ..50c
....... .... .... ..25c
and Shawls in all colors
jing to makie comfortale
mned and Pressed by
Il find them here at
murenc South Carolina 9i