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MANNIG. S c..OCT. 1;. 1900.
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Washingzton 'se t nice of ou:r Special corres
pondent. E. t.Sar. sre .X.
WCashin~toa. D. C.
WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN,
ADLAI E. STEVENSON,
Governor McSweeney is re
quiring weekly reports to 1e
made to him of the seizures by
constables and if the report as
published in last Monday's News
and Courier is a fair sample, the
constables are pulling the blind
tigers right and left, and it ought
to put a quietus on those who
are charging the governor with
winking at the non-enforcement
of the dispensary law.
The reports as summarized are:
Division of Chief State Constable J.
F. Bateman, eight men. The seizures
for the week ending October 6 are: G.
W. Belk, Heath Springs, 3 gallons liq
uor: various tigers, Columbia, 2 gal
lons liquor: J. R. Crocker, Columbia,
18 bottles beer: P. P. Hays, Columbia,
62 bottles of beer; W. H. Sellers, Co
lumbia, 48 bottles of beer: J. L. Shull.
Columbia. 18 bottles of beer; J. C. Poat,
Columbia, 14 bottles beer; Jim Hill,
Columbia, 30 bottles beer: Henry Mc
Pherson, Columbia, 40 bottles beer; va
rious tigers, Columbia, 75 bottles beer:
Jack Gadsden, Orangeburg, one still
Chief Bateman reports the following
places raided during the past week: C.
J. Poat. seven times; Royal Cafe, eight
times: J. C. H. Troeger, seven times;
J. H. Mancke, six times: W. C. Dun
low, four times: P. P. Hays, eight
times: Bob Dixson, four times: J. M.
Moore. six times: Jim Miller. four
times: Jim Hill, four times: W. H. Sel
lers, five times: Hill House. five times;
W. E. Bond, seven times, Hunt Broth
ers, eight times: Wassen Little, four
times: J. R. Crack. one time: F. R.
Gibson, one time: M. S. Scott, three
times: H. Simpson, three times.
THE BLIND TIGERS OF BEAUFORT.
Chief State Constable W. H. Sellers
reports that the four constables under
him have been in Beaufort for the
week past and made the seizures below
mentioned jointly-besides meeting all
boats coming from Savannah and Char
leston to Beaufort. The following were
the seizures: William O'Riley, 13 bot
tles beer; Ben Deveau. 5 bottles beer:
David Shine, (Land's End.) 164 bottles
beer: Ike Katsif, one-half pint rye
whiskey, one-half pint corn whis
key, one side board. 18 whiskey
glasses, 20 beer glasses, 15 ornamental
glasses. Ike Katsif 's tiger was being
runm in the Sea Island Hotel, at Beau
SEVERAL SMALL HAt-LS.
Chief Constable John (G. Watson,
with six men. reports the following
seizures: J. D. Alsbrook, from Arthur
Cameron, Lake City, 4 gallons of corn
whiskey: W. B. Rowell, from Henry
Stuart, 1 gallon juice. Florence. Total
seizures, etc., for week. 5 gallons of
whiskey and one conviction.
C. L.' Cureton, chief constable, with
four men, captured two and one-half
gallons of corn whiskey from Mel Lan
castan, at Easley.
Chief Constable S. G. LaFar reports
6 gallons of liquor seized.
SENT THEM TO COURT.
Sent Lewis and Marion Simons up to
court in three cases: convicted Furman
Bradley, thirty days or $100: seized one
fortv-gallon copper still, and arrested
Bill David and put him in jail for sell
Chief Constable J. R. Fant and seven
men under him seized during the week
THIRTY-ONE GALLONS AND TEN CON
0. E. Prince, Spartanburg, 21 gal
lons corn liquor: Hagood Morgan,
Blair's, 2 gallons liquor: W. F. Aiken,
Blair's, 3 gallons liquor; Amidon Sims,
Blair's, 2 gallons whiskey: E. L. Laney,
Rock Hill, 1 gallon whiskey: Robert
Gill, Rock Hill, 1 gallon whiskey: Re
becca Wooten, Spartanburg, 3 pints
whiskey: Henry Lester. Spartanburg,
li gallons whiskey. Total, 31j gallons
of whiskey. There were also ten con
victions obtained, with fines amounting
RUM RAIDS IN CHARLESTON.
T. T. Howie. who is chief of the
Charleston division, reports the follow
ing seizures: Sottile Brothers, Char
leston, 3 gallons rye; Sol Blank, Char
leston, 45 gallons rye. (5 cases and 3
kegs;) J. F. Bosche. Charleston, 3 gal
lons rye; various tigers. 12 gallons rye:
various tigers, 477 bottles beer and 90
gallons in kegs, 147 glasses were also
seized. Totali seizures 63 gallons whis
key; beer in bottles, 39 3-4 dozen: beer
in kegs, 90 gallons: 147 whiskey glasses.
In the coming general election
there will be two amendments
to the constitution to be voted
for, neither of which affect the
people in this county, and the
amendments are necessary to
permit progressive towns to in
crease their taxation for munici
pal improvements. Those de
siring to help the cities will vote
'Yes" and those who wish to
keep the cities from improving
will vote "No." As far as we
are concerned, if the people of a
city are willing to vote upon
themselves highe.r taxes for in
ternal improvments we are per
feetly willing that they should do
so. Columbia is anxious to get
improved water works, and she
needs them; the only way this
improvement can be obtained is
through an amendment to the
constitution. We notice some
kicking on the part of outsiders,
unbia is willing to pay the tax and
the people from all over the State
go there and are forced to drink
that miserable water. Let us all
vote "Yes" and when we go to
Columbia we can at least get
something fit to drink without
hunting up the "State" to point
out a blind tiger.
When cotton was selling at l01
cents we advised out readers to
sell if they were in debt. now
the bottoni seells to have drop
ped out of the price and there is
no telling what the consequences
will be. We said the cotton
market was controlled by specu
lators, and we have no reason to
change our opinion, and when
ever to staple is ready for mar
ket is the time to sell it. The
receipts at the ports continue
large, but we are convinced that
many of the receipts are on pa
per only, that they do not exist
in fact, and the large port re
ceipts is a part of the conspiracy
to keep the price from going up.
Raw material at the European
and Americans mills is short, the
crop is short, and there was no
surplus left over from last year,
notwithstanding this condition,
the price is getting lower and
lower, which is proof conclusive
that it is speculation, and not
supply and demand that makes
The exposition which is to be
held in Charleston next year
should commended itself to every
progressive man in the State,
and we sincerely hope that Clar
endon will go to work to have
such an exhibition of her re
sources as her industries, and the
products of her soil will warrant.
We know of no better mode of
placing before the public the
resources of a county than ex
hibiting them at an exposition
that has its gates thrown open to
the world. The Charleston
"expo" will come on the heels of
the Paris and Pan-American,
and that in itself, will be a guar
antee that nothing will be left
undone to make it a success.
The only thing which stands in the
way,and we hope that will be rem
edied, is the hotel accommoda
tion; unless Charleston wakes
up to this very important matter
we fear that her limited accom
modations will cause a limited
number of visitors. The visit of
the fire chiefs last week only
about 400 strong, was sufficient
ly alarming to cause the Char
leston hotel to warn the travel
ing men from going to the city
that week. We do not know the
manager of the Charleston hotel
but whoever he is, the exposi
tion committee should rock him
to sleep in Cooper river, for his
card of warning was calculated
to throw a wet blanket on Char
leston so far as being able to en
The work on the old St.
Charles has begun and when that
hostelry is finished, the diamond
studded ornament behind the
register at the Charleston, will
not be writing warnings to the
traveling men to keep away, but
his time will be taken up in writ
ting advertisements for boarders
at cut rate prices. The owners
of the St. Charles will give the
people a hotel not made up of
livery and form, but of com
fortable rooms and a first class
service. This hotel will help the
exposition and if a csori-ple more
like it should be built, there would
be no danger of a lack of hotel
STATE OF OHIO. CITY Or TOLEDO, I g
LUCAS CoUNTT. f'
FRANK J. CHEN~EY makes oath that he is the
senior partner of the firm of F. J. CHENEY &
Co.. doing business in the city of Toledo. county
and State aforesaid. and that said firm will pay
the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARs for
each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be
cured by the use of HAN CJAR CURE.
sworn to before me and subscribed in my pres
ence. this 6th day of December. A. D. 1886.
A. w. GLEASON.
- SEL '.Notary Public.
Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internrelly and
acts directly on the blood and mucous s.irfaces
of the system. Send for testimonials, free.
'F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. 0.
Sold by druggists. 75c.
Hairs'FPamily Pills are the best.
Sumter District Meeting.
Editor The Manning Times:
The annual meeting of the W. F. M.
Society of the Sumter District was held
in the Summerton M. E. church, Fri
day, Sept. 28, 1900 at 8:30 p. m.
The opening devotional services were
conducted by Rev. A. T. Dunlap, after
which the mieeting was turned over to
our district secretary, Mrs. E. F. Darby
The address of welcome was made by
Miss Lidie Tisdale. Her paper wa
well filled with warm-hearted outbursts
of cordial greeting and welcome in be
half of their entire community. Miss
Eva Curtis responded, expressing the
appreciation of the odicers and dele
gates to the hearty greeting extended
them by the Summerton people.
Wve were delighted to have with us.
Mrs. M. D. Wightman, president, and
Mrs. E. L. Herbert, vice president of
the conference society. their talks
and readings were always instructive
and their sweet faces wvere greeted
with a hearty welcome.
Ten delegates, besides many visitors
were in attendance. The reports from
the different societies showed that the
women of our district had worked hard
to further the cause of missions. The
district secretary read a full and well
prepared report of the work dlone in
the district for the past year. which
was very encouraging.
Mrs. Herbert's ioaper on "Klorea"C
wveryv interestiu . ers er
In the Privacy of the Home.
RE is no need of women subject
ing themselves to the mortification
of examinations by doctors for the
treatment of the various diseases to
which they are subject. These troubles
- - J can be treated just as effectively at the
home. When you are affected with de
I rangements of the menstrual functions
or any other female disorders, you can
be completely cured and the orgas fully
!; h restored to activity and strength if for a
few months youwil use regularly
DOCTORS FAIL, BUT GERSTLE'S FEMALE PANACEA CURES
M wife was taken sick and I at once called our family ph sician. and he
thought best to call in another physician for consultation. After using their
nied4 ines for two months I found she was veray little better. so I then purchased
bo leo Gerste's Female Panacea andcommenced treating her. Before
she had finished taking the second bottle she was in better health than she had
e ed in years Previous. I then recommended the Panacea to three of my
nigabors with good results. H. J. THRAILKILL. Thrailkill. Miss.
Remove all costiveness with mild doses of St. Joseph's Liver
Regulator. If your case is complicated, write us and we will instruct
you fully how to use these great remedies. Sold by all druggists.
L. GERSTLE & CO., PROPS., CHATTANOOGA, TENN.
Sold he 1 Lorye drg Store, Isaac , Loryea, Prp
Your Head Aches To=day.
It is a small matter; but it ached two days
ago, and again a week ago. You are acquiring
a habit of headache. That must be stopped. The
trouble is with your liver. You want a mild lax
ative, and then a tonic to stimulate the appetite
and make the blood rich and pure.
Ask your le.,05
druggist for "..ia i AN DTh!ilC ELI.ET5.
For sale by THE R. B. LORYEA DRUG STORE.
and Eva Curtis on "Brazil" and "Wo
man and her Mission."
Sunday was delightfully spent. At
the morning service Rev. A. T. Dunlap G O
preached a soul-stirring sermon on mis
sions. In the afternoon a mass-meeting
of the different Sunday schools was A LTH
held, after which a Juvenile society
was organized. Friday evening was
our closing service.
The session throughout was delight
ful, and all I trust returned to their
homes with more determination to work Sary mott e elth,
and accomplish more in the grand
good cause. We express our thanks and every bottle contas a full
and appreciation to the good people of qua. It makes better blood-parer
Summerton for the hospitality shown blood. For thirty years this famous
us, their many kind attentions and for remedy has been creating and main
the pleasant home, whose doors were raining good health.
opened to receive us. .
Many pleasant memories cluster
around this meeting, and after fervent
"good by's." with a desire and a prayer
that we be permitted to meet in Bish
opville a year hence, we turned our builds up the system, tones the
EVA CoRTIS, Sec.es and strengthens the muscles
EaeAsville, sSec. more promptly and effectually than
Pacsville, y other remedy known. The pallor of the
cheek disappears, energy takes the place of
Millions Given Away. languor, and the rich color of health flows to
It is certainly gratifying to the public to know the cheeks. Unequalled for au disorders of the
of one concern in the land who are not afraid to a ee Bo
be generous to the needy and suffering. Thel d For ea i o
proprietors of Dr. King's New Discovery for plaints of men, women and children.
Consumption. Coughs and Colds. have givens t
aa over ten million trial bottles of this great ui l pe tetth
medicine: and have the satisfaction of knowing MICHIGAN DRU CO.. - Detit. uc
it has absolutely cured thousands of hopeless
cases. Asthma bronchis. hoarseness and all n n T a f
diseases of the throat. chest and lungs nre for ankning, om
a~osuy C it. al at te R. o a
rug Store and gtafetrial bottle. Rela rye __________________
size 50c. and 1l. Every botegaateor
price refunded. botegarned
The average girl's ideal is a man who
will propose-either marriage or ice FURNITURE --
For Tnfants an Chlrn
The Kind You Have Alwajs Bought 2 AHIHUR BELUTZER,
Sgatre tof SUMTER, - - S. C."
Honstl ma bethebes poicy bu 9 Direct from the factories
aHifonstlyraye oicei bette ory bt I have now on hand the
wia w feisrnephyietrfrte most complete stock of Fur
0 niture I have ever carried.
:some of he most tireless church
workers, work it for all it is worth. ~ e om n
o~a~ nr~.. 2Parlor Suits
Be1sd N IdYO 3 I8SBuh Attractive and cheap.
an i~ I am also h a ndli n g a
_______ beautiful lot of
That CHINA AND
Vulnerable When in Sumter it will
Spot. you to visit my Furni
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was bomb-proof everywhere ABe ter
except in his heel, but that9
one weak point was the death MNCINBOK
of him. Hector found it out
and devoted his entire atten- 2SUMTER, - S. .
tion to the heel, and it was all
up with Achilles.
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spots. Trifles make perfection - -- _______
and the little things in our t
stock - the things different i M ny L n
and better than those you get
elsewhere-are the things weOnipoefamglnd.Trs
depend upon to keep youraslnaswne;itrt,7prct
trade. o ag on;8prcn nsallas
We issue a Frpriuasapyt
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Tha ha LITs Bling swne;tre t, Yor NtY
beenrg loaptlypr dntoncrilblons
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S mail you a copy of each issue._________________
WELCH di EASON, To Consumers8
Universal Providers, IOF
185 & 187 MeetIng & 117 Market Sts, IR o
CHARLESTON, S. C. I
LANDS FOR SALE. We are now In positlon to ship Beer
The following lots or parcels of land all over this State at thie following
situated in the town of Foreston, Coun- Iprices:
tv of Clarendon, and State of South Plots, "Export bottles," five and ten
Carolina. are otfered for sale: dozen in package, at
Two lots or parcels of land each con-Pe
taning two acres, more or less. 900. 9 rDozen.
Two lots or parcels of land each con
taining one half of one acre. more or We will allow youli~c per dozen f.o.b.
less. :.our depot for all Export pint bottles
One lot containing one acre, more or and can use :1.l other bottles and will
less. jgive standard prices for same.
One lot containing one-fourth of one.
are, more oi' less. ltisocedaor- Csh Must Acconp3ny Ali O[ders,
Onone of these lt slctdacm
modious store recently occupied by Mr. All ordei's shall have our prompt and
John C. Land. and on another one is a careful attention.
a small tenant building.
-For terms and further particulars ap
ply to JOSEPH F. IRHAME,
'tf Manning. S. C. T HI E
Beas heKid YuHaveAwy Bought UCERMIANIA BREWING GO.,
Notice of Election
For State and County Offices and for Amend
ments to State Constitution.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,?
County of Clarendon. f
Notice is hereby given that an elec
tion will be held at the several pre
cincts established by law in Claren
don County. on Tuesday, November
6, 1900, for the following offices, to
wit: Governor, Lieutenant-Governor,
Secretary of State, Attorney-General,
Comptroller General, Adjutant and
Inspector General. State Treas
urer, State Superintendent of Edu
cation, one Railroad Commissioner,
one Circuit Solicitor, three Repre
sentatives in the General Assembly,
Supervisor, Sheriff, Clerk of Court,
Coroner and County Superintendent
Pursuant to the Constitution of
South Carolina, and the terms of
Joint Resolutions No. 340 and 341, ap
proved February 19th, A. D. 1900,
[Acts of South Carolina, pp. 570 and
571], an election will be held at the
same time and place for amendments
to the Constitution of South Caro
lina, as follows:
Amend Section 7, of Article VIII,
of the Constitution of South Caro
lina, as follows: Add at the end
thereof the following words: "Pro
vided, That the limitation imposed
by this Section and by Section 5, Ar
ticle IV, of this Constitution shall
not apply to bonded indebtedness in
curred by the cities of Columbia,
Rock Hill, Charleston and Florence,
where the proceeds of said bonds are
applied solely for the purchase, es
tablishment, maintenance or increase
of water works plant, sewerage sys
tem, gas and electric light plants,
where the entire revenue arising
from the operation of such plants or
systems shall be devoted solely and
exclusively to the maintenance and
operation of the same, and where the
question of incurring such indebted
ness is submitted to the freeholders
and qualified voters of such munici
pality, as provided in the Constitu
tion, upon the question of other
Amend the Constitution of South
Carolina by adding thereto the fol
lowing to be known as "Article I of
Amendments to the Constitution":
"The General Assembly shall provide
by law for the condemnation,through
proper official channels, of all lands
necessary for the proper drainage of
the swamp and low lands of this
State; and shall also provide for the
equitable assessment of all lands so
drained, for the purpose of paying
the expenses of such condemnation
The said Amendments shall be sub
mitted in such manner that the elec
tors qualified to vote for Members of
the House of Representatives shall
vote for or against each of such
Amendments should be on separate
tickets. Ballots in favor of the adop.
tion of an amendment should contain
the amendment voted upon in full,
followed by the word "Yes"; ballots
opposed to the adoption of an
amendment should contain the
amendment voted upon, followed by
the word No."
Polls at each voting place will be
opened at 7 o'clock A. M. and closed
at 4 o'clock P. M.
The following named persons have
MANAGERS OF ELECTION
for State and County offices and for
amendments to State Constitution,
Fulton, at Clarendon-H. B. Rich
ardson, Jr., P. R. Broughton, R. C.
Calvary, at Hodge's Corner-A. P.
Hill, J. F. Broadway, J. M. Bar
Friendship, at Panola- A. D.
Rhame, C. WV. Brown, S. P. Fairy.
i J. Ryttenb
We have exceeded c
Sfore you this season the mi
Sof desirable merchandise
Spleasure to display to you
SPains or I
_ the Select
Our buyers have bee
Swhole season and we can
Sspect our line of
SDRY GOODS, NOTI(
SYou wvill be more than sat
Sfor your time thius expend
Watch this~ space; fr
quote you prices on new
merchandise that will m
St. Paul, at St. Paul, J. F. Rtich
bourg, J. H. King, J. J. Gardner.
Santee, at Jordan-R. C. Plowden,
John W. Clark, J. J. Mitchum.
St. Marks, Duffle's Old Store-I. N.
Tobias, G. G. Thames. Milton Stukes.
Concord, at Summerton-C. B. Ay
cock, H. R. Meldeau, J. R. Dingle.
St. James. at Davis X Roads-S. A.
Brunson, Selwyn Dingle, J. M. Davis.
Sammy Swamp, at Packsville-R.
C. Lackey, M. B. Corbett, J. W. Mc
Manning, at Court House-R. H.
Davis. J. H. McKnight, J. M. Wind
Mt. Zion, at Wilson-W. M. Plow
den, Rufus Johnson. C. T. Ridgeway.
Brewington, at Foreston-W. T.
Kelly, B. O. Cantey. J. Col Johnson.
Plowden's Mill, at Alcolu-J. J.
Nettles, Jake Harvin, J. J. Barfield.
Harmony, at Chandler's-J. G.
Plowden, H. L. B. Hodge, W. E. Dan
Midway, at Barrow's Mill-H. M.
McIntosh, H. J. Wheeler, W. H. H.
New Zion, at Boykin-R. S. Flem
ing, L. P. Hardy, J. M. Player.
Douglas, at Cole's Mill-T. M.
Beard, W. J. Turbeville, Sam Smith.
Sandy Grove, at MeFaddin's Store
-Charles Cook, W. L. McFaddin, W.
On day of Election the Managers
must organize by the election of a
Chairman and a Clerk. The Consti
tutional oath must be taken by each
Manager before he can act, and also
by the Clerk. The Chairman elected
is empowered to administer oaths.
The Managers have the power to
fill a vacancy, and if none of the Man
agers attend, the citizens can appoint
from among the qualified voters the
Managers, who, after being sworn,
can conduct the election.
At the close of the election, the
Managers and Clerk must proceed
publicly to open the ballot boxes and
count the ballots therein, and con
tinue without adjournment until the
same is completed, and make a state
ment of the result for each office and
sign the same.
Within three days thereafter, the
Chairman of the Board, or some one
designated by the Board, must de:
liver to the Commissioners of Elec
tion the poll lists, the boxes contain
ing the ballots Bnd written state
ments of the result of the election.
One of the above named Managers
at each precinct must call upon the
Board of Commissioners at Manning,
Saturday, 3rd day November, 1900,
to receive ballot boxes, poll lists and
instructions, and to be qualified.
S. H. BRADHAM,
J. R. GRIFFIN,
Commissioners of State Election.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Clarendon.
By James M. Windham, Esq., Pro
WHEREAS, H. B. 1VY made
suit to me to grant him
letters of administration of
the estate of and effects of F.
Friendly Kolb, deceased.
These are therefore to cite and
admonish all and singular the kin
dred and creditors of the said F.
Friendly Kolb, 4eceased, that they
be and appear before me, in the
Court of Probate, to be held at Man
ning, on the 17th day of November
next, after publication thereof, at 11
o'clock in the forenoon, to show
cause, if any they have, why the
said administration should not be
Given under my hand this 17th day
of October, A. D. 1900.
JAMES M. WINDHAM,
31-t] Judge of Probate.
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A FALL FESTIVAL I
You must not fail to attend the great Fall Festival
- Sale now going on at the Jenkinson Dry Goods Store.
You may find as low prices elsewhere but you will
find a low grade of merchandise.
There is no house in this town quoting as low prices
on the same class of merchandise as we are naming, and
a close comparison is all we want to prove our assertion.
Spair of Ladies' Heavy Jersey Ribbed Cotton Undervests at
5 .e' each that cannot be sold elsewhere for less than 35c.
50 pair Gent's Heavy Fleece Lined Vests at 25c that look very
cheap elsewhere at 35 and 40c.
Just look in our show windows at the line of Gent's 15c Under
vests and see if there was ever such values offered before. Now this
is big blowing, but we never blow unless we have the values to back
We did not go to New York for a pleasure trip, but we went there
to search for bargains, and we got them and we want our friends to
take advantage of our successful purchases.
That Pair of Shoes
You need can be had here at the Jenkinson Dry Goods Store during
our big sale just 25 cents cheaper and we are not going to sell you
anything but the best.
You know those H. C. Godma-a Black Bottom Shoes you bought
last winter, how they lasted. You can get them right here again.
Every pair fully warranted.
That Suit of Clothes.
Old boy, the winter is now right upon you, and you must see after
that Suit of Clothes, that Hat, Shirt, Drawers, Collars and Cuffs.
They all can be had right here at the Jenkinson Dry Goods Store
very cheap. It will do you no harm to look at us.
That Nice Winter Dress and Hat.
Dear Madam, I know you must have some roaming thoughts in
your mind about that nice Winter Dress and Hat that you must have,
and I just want Jo say to you that we will be very gladto see you at
the Jenkinson Dry Goods Store, where we will be pleased to show you
the most up-to-date line of Fine Dress Goods and Millinery in town,
and we have one of the finest Dress Makers in this part of the State
to make your winter Suits if you wish it. A visit will do you no
Some Competition Jolters.
Fruit of the Loom i yard wide at......... .........71c per yard
Not over ten yards to any one customer.
Yard-Wide Sea Island Homespun, very heavy, only.......5c per yard
Heavy Drill Homespun, the best, only............... ...73c per yard
We challenge the town to show as good lot of Calicoes at 5c per
yard or 4}c by the bolt as we are showing. A comparison is all we
Very nice Homespuns for Quilt Lining, only.............3ic per yard
Splendid grade of Bed- Ticking, only.......... ....6c per yard
Good Quilt Calicoes, only................................3}c per yard
Can anybody beat these prices? Will any one try?
Yours for business,
10-CENT COTTON-S-CET GOODS
Ain't that a Glorious Thing ? Yes, it Is-.-SeII Your
Cotton for xo Cents and Bay Your Goods for 5 Cents
AT S. I. TILL'S.
We have added thousands of dollars to our stock within the last four weeks,
and that enables us to do more for you in the way of BARGAINS than ever be
fore, and today our showing of
High Class Merchandise
of every kind compares with any in South Carolina.
We assure you satisfaction, fair and courteous treatment. When anything
goes wrong we make it right.
We want not only your favor, but we want to hold it, and if you want a sav
ing of 25 per cent THIS opportunity is yours, and we would like to make the
trade. We are here to plas the people and we are the people to trade with,
because we are the victors over high prices.
If you have not been to see us within the last two weeks then ask your
friends-they have-ask them to tell you what we are doing in the way of cut
ting p rices and fair treatment.
Some of our customers say buyin god from us is like buying gold dollars
for 89 cents-our Remnants esecaly. Have you seen them?
38-inch Fleece.Lined Goods, fancy colors, guaranteed not to fade, worth 15c, at 8c
Yard-Wide Sea Island..........5c Women's Shoes-solid..........98c
Boys' Suits..................65c Men's Pants.................48c
Men's Black Suits...........$2.48 Heavy Canton Flannel...........5c
Men's Shoes.................99c Men's Hats..................24c
Ladies' Capes...................................48c, 75c, 98c, I1 to $5
We have some "Hot Prices" on Jackets. We bought a few jobs while in
New York; some things worth $6, $8, $10 and $12, for $2, $3, $4 and $5.
A saving of $2 to $5 on one Jacket and $1 to $2 on a Cape is worth consider
ing; 25 cents on aPair of Pants, $2 on a Suit, $1lto $2 on a Ladies' nice Hat.
All these savings will go a long ways toward supplyng your table.
Buy goods from us and yuwill wear diamons
See our $8 Overcoats for $4.98.
Yours for low prices,
S. I. TILL, Proprietor
CAN GET HER NEEDS SUPPLIED AT THE
We keep a first class line of Staple and Fancy Groceries and
take special pride in selecting the many delicacies and condiments
so essential for the making up of a good meal.
Our line of Canned Goods and Pickles are superior to any in
town. We keep the best of
CANDJES, CRACERS, CAKER,
FRUITS, NUTS AND VEGETABLES
And we also handle a full line of Fancy Goods and Novelties.
Come and take a look at our new line of
Glass and Chinaware.
We have some very pretty, useful and ornamental articles in
We are here to please our trade and ask that the trading pub
lic generally will visit our store.
T HOM AS NIMMER.