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FILE THE COMPLAINT
IN THE TILLMAN CASE
MRS. LUCY DUGAS TILLMAN ASES
JUDGMENT OF $18,07.08.
Against Her Husband-Proceedings,
to be Instituted in Edgefield
Columbia State, 3d.
Papers to ije filed today in Edgefield
county by attorneys for Mrs. Lucy
Dugas Tillman will ask for a judg
ment in the sum of $13,073.08 against
her husband, B. R. Tillman, Jr. The
case will be called to trial at the
March term of the court of common
leas for Edgefield county. This case
lows the habeas corpus proceed
gs of last spring when Mrs. Tillman
ecured her two little girls from B.
#. Tillman, the father of her hus
The action is brought to recover
moneys alleged to have been collected
by B. R. Tillman, Jr., as rents on a
tract of land owned by Mrs. Tillman
near the town of Edgefielld. The at
torneys for Mrs. Tillman are DePass
& DePass of this city, and S. McG.
Simpkins, of Edgefield. The attorneys
for B. R. Tillman, Jr., are Grier &
Park, of Greenwood. The complaint
has been served on B. R. Tillman,
Jr., and his attorneys have made an
swer, in which a number of allega
tions are denied and also in which
Xe makes a number of claims as to
what amounts he has expended.
Following are the complaint and
To the Defendant Above Named:
You are hereby summoned and re
ruired to answer the complaint in th,
action, a copy of which is herewit
.srved upon you, and serve a copy of
your answer on the subscribers at
"Neir office, 1215 Washington street,
Columbia, S. C., within 20 days after
the service hereof, exclusive of the
day of such service; and if you fail to
answer the complaint within the time
aforesaid, the plaintiff in this action
will apply to the court for the relief
demanded in the complaint.
DePass & DePass,
- . ttoreysfor Plaintiff.
November 5, 1910.
The plaintiff, complaining of the de
1. That the plaintiff and defendant
are both residents of the county of
Edgefld and State of South Caro
2. That at divers times prior to the
dates hereinafter mentioned, plaintiff
authorized defendant, as her agent, to
eollect and receive plaintiff's portion
of the proceeds from the estate of
blaintiff's father, Geo. C. Dugas, which
was -paid in checks to the order of
plaintiff and indorsed by plaintiff and
turned over to defendant, as her
agent, to collect same; and as such
agent plaintiff authorized defendant
to make sales of certain tracts of land
belonging to plaintiff and to collect
the purchase price thereof, and also
to collect plaintiff's rents from her
tenants on her plantation in Edgefield
county, and to collect other moneys
for her, for the purpose of remitting
and paying over to her the same when
3. That the said defendant, as such
agent, at or about the dates mentioned
in schedule hereto attached, marked
Erhibit "A," received, collected, or
was otherwise possessed of the s'ever
al sums of money respectively set op
posite said dates in said schedule
hereto annexed, marked Exhibit "A,"
and made a part of this complaint,
which sums amounting in the aggre
gate, on the 31st day of May, 1910, to
the sum of $15,905.08.
4. That after deducting all credits
due the defendant, there still remains
due and owing to this iplaintiff, from
said defendant, the sum of $13,073.08.
That the palintiff did, on the 31st
day of May, 1910, same being then
long past due and payable, demand
payment thereof from defendant, but
defendant refused and still refuses to
pay over same.
Wherefore plaintiff demands .iudg
ment against defendant for the sum
of $13,073.08, with interest thereon
from the 31st day of May, 1910, the
date when same was demanded, and
costs of this action.
DePass & DePass,
S. McG. Simpkins,
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
November 5, 1910.
State of South Carolina, County of
Edgefiled, Edgefield, S. C., May 31,
B. R. Tillman, Jr., in account with
Lucy D. Ti'liman.
February 1. '1904, to cash
by check February 1. 1904,
from etsate of Geo. C. Du
gas.. .. .... ..........$ 803.3(
May 5, 1905, to cash by check
May 9, 1905, estate Geo. C.
Dugas.. ......... ......207.24
September 4, 1905, to cash by
check September 4, 1905,
from estate Geo. C. Dugas 250.0(
Mrch 13 1908, to cah by
Pawn Broker's Goods!
Consisting of Sewing Machines, Organs, Clocks,
Watches, Guns, Lamps, Rings, Clothing,
Overcoats, Musical Instruments.
Every Article Reduced in Price
Sewing Machines from $5 and up.
Solid Gold Watches, Jewel, $25.
aces, Elgin Movement,
Gentlemen's Solid Gold Watches $17.50.
18 Size Elgin Watches $4.98 Jach.
Gold Filled Elgin Watches $7.98 each.
Gold Filled Watches, ic"a for $5.
Eight Day Alarm Clocks $2.49 each.
$12.50 Eight Day Clocks $6.98 each.
Guitars, the good kind, $1.98 each.
Eye Glasses and Spectades 25c. up.
We have one Upright Organ, itn or, $18.98
Overcoats, Coats, Pants and all Clothing
at your own price.
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We Loan Money On Anyting.
Loan & Exchange Office
1100 Main St. .Newberry, S. C.
check March 13, 1908, from la agod oehrwt h ih
estate of Geo. C. Dugas .. 847.44gie th NwbryK tin Mlln
December 14, 1907, to cashthdedt itbA.GJonoead
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to Joseph Ouzts.. .. ......4,387.50 SlsJhsoe eesd ae c
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acres of land sold to Joseph10pae17to79thtitosyth
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information and belief. 1,250.00 uo h poiebn.o ct'
October 30, 1907, to cash pay-cre atnypithron pose
ment on land October 30, ayo h adhrb ovyd hc
1907, sold Maria and Marybodrupnaicek,vihtef
Moody Anderson.. .... .... 250.00,terih tobldaymsny r
November 5, 1907,~to proceeds ohrsrcueuo h adopst
sale of land to Andrew 'akta a encsayi h
Perry, Jr., November 5, eeto fsi a,tedmntt
1907.. .. .. ........--.. 329.60be hg r tan he aks o
November 9, 1907, to proceeds si re, as l ahn
sale of land to Limus Per-er,bidnsadohrpprtad
ry, November 5, 1907.. .. 320.00frnhs oAhly Mnfatrg
About 1909, to proceeds from - opn,tera saehrb ot
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