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Leave today for New York to buy
a new and Up-to-date E a
Stock of Goods 1e
To put in his New Store in a
the Simmons Building t"
The new store will be thrown or
open to the public September 1st v
and his efficient force will be de
lighted to extend welcome to all
of their old friends and new ones
Sales Prices on Simmer
Goods Contin~ie Until
the Stock is lYo ved
MEMBERS OF THE DAVIS REALTY CO. ,
J. B. Ashmore, Sec. G. Allen Banks, Treas. A. J. Davis, Pres.
Located at Located at Located at
McComick, S. C. Greenwood, S. C. Laurens S. C.
Realty for Sale 2
No. No. Acres Price Distanle' Town
1 135 $1200) 10 miles G;raycourt
2 ''-47 2500 5 " Graycourt
3 'j.90 20 per 7 "Waterloo gt
4 S 9 1850 1 " Barkadale w
5 52 1500 1 " Blarksdale
6 54 750 12 " Laurens
7 26 525 1 " arksdale it
9 5 100 "Barkdsale 15
10 411 180)0 9 "4 3.aurnss
11 10 50010 1 "Laurens e
12 41 35110 1 "' Laurens P(
13 7t8 40 per 7 " Laurens r*e
14 203 20 per 12 " Laurens
15 6'( 2500 3 " G;ray Court d
16 37 315001 4 "Laurens
17 240 15 per 2 " Barkadale w
18 158 20 per 5 "Laurens ~
19 87 6500) 3-41 " Gray Court n
20 35 204.0 1-41 " Gray Court w
21 92 30 per 4 miles Laurens Mr
Laurens City Property
No. Lot HuildingNaeoaio
101 56x65 9 rooma By aoie tet $30
102 380x121 6 rooms l~~c~n Cetu tet 20
103 50c30 7 rooms Topo ;ro tet 10
104 12 acres D.Crsohr*esy20
105 1-4 acre Slia Jro 0
106 61x340 Mri hsntsre 0
107 150x150atu .Hre sre 0
108 68x 338 7 rooms MatnCentsret 20
109 140x300 Mri ac vne ~ 10
110 1 acreMatnFalyAeua
111 1 acre 8 rooms FodSlia tet10 ~
L arn S. HaprCtee.0
Entrpis an eatig yRom2 Pho 12
tuite a number from here attended
old soldiers reunion at Langston
trch on Saturday and spent the at
noon in singing which was much
oyed by all.
he shiging convention of Laurens
inty will meet with the Lucas Ave.,
ptist church on the first Saturday
I Sunday in September. The public
cordially Invited to attend and es
;ially all who are interested in
ging are requested to be present.
churches are urged to send dele
rs. L. B. Ivy was called to Enoree
Friday to attend the funeral of her
other, Mr. Oscar Prior, who died af
a short illness of fever.
,Ve are very glad to report that the
le child who is said to have had in
Ltile paralysis is now gradually im
Mliss Ethel Farrow, who has been
iting her parents in Fountain Inn,
urned home recently.
bir. R. H. Donaldson, of this place,
I daughter, Mrs. R. E. Thompson,
Iaurens, left on last Wednesday
a i)lpasure trip to Washington.
irs. R. O. Morrow left Saturday to
it her parents in Georgia.
ir. D. C. Jones, who has been in
eenville since last November, has
ently accepted a Position here as
signer and has moved back to this
ce. We are very glad indeed to
leome Mr. and Mrs. Jones in our
Mliss Jessie Mae and Master Clyde
lightly, of Greenville, have been
iting friends at this place.
laster Rufus and little Miss Burn
Sanders, of Ware Shoals, visited
atives at this place liyt week.
irs. Mary Bolt spent Thursday with
s. It. H. Donaldson.
sirs. J. W. Hlellans and children, of
urens dill, spent Saturday night
:1 Sunday with Mrs. R. H. Donaldson.
birs. .J. W. Heaton has returned
me after spending a few weeks with
atives in Greenwood.
dir. J, Lee langston has just return
rrom Knoxville, Tenn., where he
nt to imrehase fall goods for the
ttils Mill store. Mr. Langston also
ited his son, b. V. Langston, at
\1". \ie Frieuy and Miss Stella
I'I visited at Clinton Saturday.
\lr. and Mrs. Jim Gaymon, of Clin
i. were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
E. Ilurns on Saturday and Sun
Ir. and Mrs. Matthew Templeton,
Creeiville, are now visiting rela
Miss Octavia McGown, of Clinton,
turned home on Tuesday, after
ending a few days with her parents
R1ev. .1. A. Brock returned home on
turday after holding a meeting at
Mliss Tessle Kelly, who has been on
e sick list, is much better at this
('Old POINT NEWYS,
* * * * * * * a e 5* 5 5
(Crops are needing rain.
Plllinig fodder is the order of the
Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Duncan, of Imu..
ns, spent the week with Mr. and
s. 0. C. Duncan and family.
Miss Theo Nelson and friends,
.sses Sue and Fay Williams, of
Lkville, were the spend-the-day
ests of Mrs. B. M. Cunningham this
Mrp. J. D. Ilunter, of Barksdale, v'is
d relatives here several days.
A musical entertainment at the
mec of .1. 1). Nelson was very much
joyed by quite a number of young
ople Tuesday night. Music being
ndered by Mr. Will Mendy and
tighter, Miss Grace Mondy.
Mr. and Mrs. McKinney, of Laurens,
th their two cl~ildren and their
ice, Miss Eva McFerrin, of Green
od, were the Sunday afternoon
ests of Mr. 0. 0. Duncan,
Mr. and Mrs. McNinch, with Miss
la Mae Moore, visited relatives in
inton t wo days this week.
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Offers extremely low round trip fares
Washington, D. C.
Atlantic City, N. J.
Wrightsville Beach, N. C.
id other points,.-Tickets on sale
Tednesday, August 23rd, 1916, only,
miited to September 8th.
For specific fare, Pullman or Steam
-reservation, ete,, c'all on nearest
icket Agent Or write
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it dPeo 'f Other tate
Editor Laurens Advertiser,
Laurens, South Caroli
Please publish following
Herald, relative to myself. It
the people outside of my own St
gressman from the 4th District
(From the Birmingham Alabama Age
Sam Nicholls is Youu
Destined to Mi
South Carolinian is Youngest Member o1
rience-Has Many Relatives in A
reer of Interest
By Hugh NN
Washington, 1). C , August 12.-(Speci
House of Representatives. One is Champ C
Another is "Uncle" Joe Cannon, of vinegar a
which his face is constantly adorned, picturesc
is Jim Mann, the republican leader, who has tl
on one accasion, and descend lower on the ne:
It is not true, however, that the names w
belong to the most interesting men, or to the
country. Leadership in Congress, it is painfu
The man with the biggest brain may serve sev
man possessed of traits which impel others to
to fully exercise these traits.
So if one would write of interesting menl
own industry and ingenuity in finding his mat
perhaps the individual regarding whom the no
long and made millions, or some other specin
which go to make a man; and in the manner
with whom one is fond of being.
One of these interesting members who ha
ership is Sam Nicholls, o South Carolina. Hi
oils, but the fellows call h'nm Sam. This is h
that he will be in Congres for many years; i
historic predilection in recognizing and rewar,
of the opinion of others, i doing that whic
the Speaker to swear in youn Nicholls every
AL BAMA'S CI
There is a reason why an Alabama newsp
should print a little story about Sam Nicholls.
ber of Congress. In the second place, he is p<
ber of Congress. And he has fsiends and rela
to the Crook family of Anniston, he is part Al
Nicholls, of Tuscaloosa, he has claim in the
are and have been students of the University.
who do not recall the fact that the old Doctor
tions, provided they would swallow in his pre
From the standpoint of years, young 1
mitted to the bar in 1906. A year later he wi
the same year, he was elected a member of thi
the bench of the Supreme Court of South Car
and no other member is so young.
In less than a year's service, he has attra<
he was made a member of the military commi
tee was confronted by the big problem of prep
the eloquence and logic of the southerner of
child labor bill-in a new manner and in a n
members that the youngest member was mnak
become as popular as any other man with the
knows as well as an old member just the deg1
low after he has won the friendship of all his
But that which fint won the admi ration
apparent fact that Nicholls is a southerner,
has the bearing and manner, the political con:
ers. In the old days, he would have dance
next, drawn the sabre in a patriotic cause. 'I
too few of them.
One afternoon two members of Congress
ton cafe. T1he one was a New Jersey repu
other was a South Carolina democrat, whose
have thought that the friendship of these two
But the abolitionist, like the melancholy Jacq
"This negro who waits upon us,'" he beg
The southerner straightened up like a ra
"Now, as a matter of fact," continued
should not treat him as an equal."
"And as a matter of fact," returned yoi
"there is no reason why I should longer sit ii
The abolitionist angrily got to his feet, b
of the South Carolinian swung from right to
chin. The republican measured his length o
And thmen the observer would have wond
It is futile and fatal to indulge in predici
Sam Nichols will ultimately become a leader
as able, conservative, faithful and courageous
of his South Carolina visitors said recently,
physically. And Alabama which has a clainm
a ThikoWSam Ioil
on, D. C., Aug. 16, 1916
clipping from Birmingham Age-' -
is gratifying to know how
ate realize that the Con
is properly representing his
SAM Y. NICHOLLS
:-Herald, Sunday, August 13, 1916)
kea +Namue in World
Congress, but is Already Rich in Expe.
labama, Which Makes His Ca
to this State.
tl)-There are many interesting men in the
lark, glum and gruff, sombre and taciturn.
spect, but with the cocky, little cheroot with
iue to a remarkable degree. Another, still,
te distinction of being able to ascend higher
:t, than any other meshber who sits beneath
ith which the newspapers each day are filled
men better equipped for the service of their
I to admit, is dependent on length of service. t
eral terms and never attract attention; or the
follow him, may never have an opportunity
hers of Congress, he must depend upon his
erial. He can't follow the newspapers. For
,wspapers talk is a beef packet who has served
n of humanity entirely lacking in the graces
mtd mind, hand and heart of the real fellow
s not yet served long enough to attain lead
s parents christened himt Samuel Jones Nich
is first term. The indications are, however,
for South Carolina, if it remains true to its
iing merit-in standing by right, irrespective
h will redound to its own credit, will require
second year, henceforth.
.AIM ON HIM.
aper-or the newspaper of any other State
In the first place, he is the youngest mem
rhaps the most distinctively southern mem
tives throughout Dixie. In his relationship
labamian. In the fact that his uncle is Dr.
iffection of the majority of Alabamians who
For there are fewv young men ini Alabama
would willingly excuse the boys from recita
sence his favorite prescription of castor oil.
licholls is quite a phenomenon. Hie was ad
as elected city aittorney of Spartanburg. Iin
e legislature, and at the age of 87, served on
ohin-u. At 31, lie is a mnember of Congress
~ted attention. As a recognition of his worth
ttee in the v'ery moment wvhen that commit
aring the nation for defense. And then with
the old school, he presented the House the
w light. And1( then it began to dawn on old
ing friends-that, as a matter of fact, he has
other members of thme House. And no one
-ee of power possessed by a likable young fel
of TIhe Age.-H erald's corre'sp~ondent wa~s the
niot only geographically, but inherently. H-e
servatisin, the impulsive chivalry of the fath
d in one hour, the stately minuet, and in the
'here are many such' southerners left---anid yet
were sitting facing each other in a Washing
blican whose father was an abolitionist. The
Father was a secessionist. Al'-observer would
wa proot that the "old wounds"' were healed.
nies in the Fomest of Arden, was fond of phil
aim, "is inherently, at least, as good as we are."
the abolitionist," there is no0 reasoni why we
ing Nicholls-.-for the southerner was he
I company with a man who entertains such
>ut not sooner than Nicholls. The long arm
left, driving the closed fist against the other's
ii thme floor.
ered about the condition of the "old wounds"
tionis. Buit there is every reason to believe that
of the House. Right now lie is recognized
.' His constituency is behind him---for as one
lie is willin~g to defend his people mentally or
on him, will zealously follow his career.