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We are just from New York, Philadelpi
the spot cash to plank down for what we boi
We are determined to sell our share of I
While in New York and Baltimore we happened to ru
Our Millinery Parlor will be in charge of Miss Kathr
come to her for Hats.
Ou Jr Spri
We have the goods to sell and we have them at a pric
thing for 98c then they will say. "I wonder if it is as good."
S. I. TILL means to sell the goods, and when you go
gone and your friend saved 50c or $1 on the same goods.
The lmossible Is Becoming Possible.
Some of our competitors say it is impossible for S. I. TILL to
make any money on his goods at the prices he sells them at, but
our great secret is in the way we buy them and selling quick for
the cash, making the word IMPOSSIBLE a POSSIBILITY.
Don't be fooled by some slick tongued salesman about cotton
goods being high. They may be high with him, but S. I. TILL
has cotton goods and wool goods and everything at the right
price. Come and see before you spend your money.
Don't curse the man that sold you that high-priced suit, and
then don't curse him again because it did not fit you; he can't help
it; it was all your own fault. If you had come to S. I. TILL at
first then you would not have to raise all that racket.
Come to us for your Spring Suit, we will fit you and sell you
Sill JOR DOLLARS.
This you can do by seeing and buying from our large stock of
of all styles and best quality. We have a house full of them and
must make room for our fall stock.
If it is A NICE BUGGY you want at a right price we have
it. If it is a serviceable FARM WAGON, we can supply you and
guarantee prices and quality.
In HARNESS we bought the best assortment ever shown
ere and have the
Prices to Suit You.
We make good all we say, so you cannot afford to stay away
f in need of anything in our line.
A Host of Satisfied Gustomers,
d wIll make one of you if you but give us a chance.
Come to see us whether you buy or not, you will feel better.
.P. HIAWKINS & Co.
Nature's Greatest Remedy
4 FOR DISEASES OF THE
Liver, Kidneys, Stomach
F and Skin.
Physicians Prescribe it,
Patients Depend on it, and
Everybody Praises it.
FOR SALE BY
I Mde an lnd Money on Loan .. Made
s ta te. nabl interest ad Est a te.
on or write to me.
3. .A.. W7V INBER.- Attorney at Law,
M ANNING T S. C.Q
.ia, Baltimore and Richt
ight and are confident t]
he goods in Manning th
n on some good things and if yo
ine Lavman. who is a Southern
e that will move them. There a
Friend, if you will get out of t
to church or visiting and see sc
Some people say cotton is k
king when it comes to buying goc
the big values and you will agree
is greater than cotton at TILL'S.
Everybody knows about our S
All $3.50 Shoes for $2.98. W
factories thereby saving the middl
One lot of 100 pairs Ladies $1
little out of date, but you can hay
friends about them.
Something in Men's at $1.25.
was saved from the Baltimore fire.
At all times. A big lot of Men's
Men's Field Straw Hats, big o
Men's Panamas at 10c also.
Editor The Manning Times:4
While we deeply deplore your deter
mination to let politics alone, your cor
respondent, believing that it is "ill4
wind which blows nobody good," has.,
after very grave consideration, deter
mined to enter the lists himself and as4
"the little Palmetto" has never given4
a President to the United States, we
think our chances for that ]ofty posi
tion as good as Roosevelt's. In fact we
are out for President: See? Failing in
that, don't yo'u think it would be a good4
idea to get soma walnut stain, and bor-4
row a complexion that would insure a
nomination from Roosevelt for some4
official position of about ten thousand a
year. See again? So much for us, yet
Brutus say*s "we are ambitious, and4
surely Brutus is an honorable man."
During the recent meeting -at the
colored church near Silver, two negroes4
became involved in a quarrel with the
usual result, a cutting scrape.
Rev. Bedenbaugh has been conduct-4
ing a few days meeting at Andrews
Mr. E. B. Randall, proprietor of the4
Sumter music house spent a few days
in our neighborhood last week.
Miss Evlyn Holladay of Charleston is4
visiting relatives here..4
Mrs. J. P. Felder and Miss Aggie
Felder of Felders spent last Tuesday at4
Mr. C. W. Brown's.
Madame Rumor has it that a hand
some bachelor of Manning has been
seen in our communinity recently4
Wonder if he is out for President too?
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Barvin spent a4
few days with their father Mr. Thomas4
Harvin last week.
Panola March 21, 1904.4
Best Cough Remedy fer Children. 4
When you buy a cough medicine for
small children you want one in which
you can place implicit confidence. You
want one that not only relieves but
cures. You want one that is pleasant
to take. Chamberlain's Cough Reme -j
dy meets all of these conditions. There
is nothing so good for the coughs and
colds incident to childhood. It is also ~
a certain preventative and cure for
croup, and there is no danger whatev
er from whooping cough when it is
given. It has been used in many epi
demics of that diease with perfect sue
cess. For Sale by The R. B. Loryea
Drug Store, Isaac M. Loryea, Prop.
Edit~or The Mannin;g Times:
Maj. H. B. Richardson came near
losing his residence on the 14th, by
the fire that has been burning in the '
Sand Hills. The only loss Maj. Rich
ardson suffered was some fencingf and
litter that was raked and piled in the
Mr. A. I. Barron of Manning was in
town last week.
Mrs. J. Ri. Fletcher and Mrs. J. WV.
Weeks visited relatives in Summerton
THE TIEs has been arriving late
the past month.
After a long illness Mr. Tom C. Cut
tino has again launched out in the bus-c
iness circle of the world. Thomas is
now in business at Fair Forest, Spar
tanburg county. His many friends
here wish him much success in business
and especially Tom's failing-Matrimo
Rev. N. J. Brown will conduct Easter
services at Bethlehem church April 3.
There will be a dime reading at the
home of Mr. E. P. Geddings Friday
night 25th. All are invited to come.
Pinewood. March 21 1904.
You cannot cure faults by wateringi
~hem with tears.
aond, where we have spent some time select
aat no one can show a NICER, NEWER, CL
.is Spring. We do not claim to give you gold
u will only come aid see, you will be surprised at some of ti
lady, and one that is highly recommended, and we feel confid
,re some folks that will give "Cousin Joe" or"Uncle Jim" $1
hat idea and come to Till's with the cash you will find this fa
me of your friends with a hat or dress on just like yours at
Dollar Is King. CL QT
We also sell Boys', Men's u
ing, but the almighty dollar is price. We are agents for Hays
ds. Come to bur store and see tailors. See our Spring Samples
that the almighty, shiny dollar
Laces and E
EOne lot of 100 pieces Emb
match, from 5 to 48c yard, worth
hoes. One lot of 300 dozen yards
e buy all our Shoes direct from Laces in Edges and Insertings to
e man's profits. All the new styles in Allover
.50, $2 and $3 Shoes, some are a edges to match.
e your choice for $1. Ask your
These are a big job I got that ni n
We have Remnants in Lawns.
We have Remnants in P. K. 's
1T S We have Remnants in Prints.
We have Remnants in Chamb
sample Hats at 98c. Come and We have Remnants in Dimitie
We have Remnants in Shirtin
aes, 10c. We have Remnants in Pants C
Tht's a. Come and P.
Wead er atie Renatsi.Siri
Ses, 10c. Se C.eRmatsi at
The Sumtera BankingO.OO
Whlolesale Grocers, Fertilizers.
alld Farilers' Supplies.
Sole Agents for the Celebrated Wilcox & Gibbs Fertilizers,
Groceries, Fertilizers and Farmers' Supplies,
and inviteryourinvestigation befre me king your arrangements
oeartyo eeus. Wee ewill save you money and give you a
Sumter Banking &
Masonic Building, 2d door from the Postoflice,
SAbout Decorated Dishes 0
erse hav dstsontne th o11 rsystem of comeln ce tm
suit yourconvenience. Buy as many pieces as y.ou ish or in l
cheaper grade to the higher, and we hae nodubt abou pleas
DOnT HEsiTATE to priee our goods before you buy else
w here, as we take pleasure to quote you astonishingly low prices.
Pictures Picture Frames. 8
FraJust reciea en e assortment oictures sanitur
yon are looking for real bargans in Furniture we are the?
S. L. K RA SN OFF, 8
THE FTURNITUTRE MAN.T
[ng our Spring Goods
EANER or more up-t
dollars for 89c, but w
te goods we are offering.
ent that she can please and s&
.50 for a piece of goods or p
11 you will be better off.
50c or $1 less it will be too
nd Children's Clothing at a cu
& Co. of Cincinnati, high clas
oidery Edges and Insertings t
twice the price.
Torchon, Valencines and Clun3
match, from ic to 24c yard.
Laces and Embroidery in wid
r, March 3(
Editor The Manning Times:
You and your correspondents to
gether certainly gave us a fine pape
Last week. Hurrah boys! Push TE
TIEs. Help - the editor to prove t
the world that what Slab said in hi
Last is correct. 1t ain't much troubl,
to jot down a few lines and it will hel)
to liven up things. Among the severa
correspondents last week, glad to se
two new ones. But among them all
was sorry to see only one touch on th4
subject so near to the farmers interest
and that was our old friend "B." W
said in our last, "cut down the acreage
and if you feel lik'e you are obliged t4
make more cotton make it on fewe
acres, and at ]ess expense per bale.'
There's a lot of milk in that cocoanut
and we farmers could get it out if we
tried right. This scribe is of the opin
ion that it would be well to cut dowi
the acreage in corn as well as cotton
Not that I advocate making less of an:
crop that we plant; goodness knows the
average farmer make little enough al
ready. M~ake all you can of everythins
you can. But I'll just tell you boys, t<
plant 35 or 40 acres to the horse. an(
just 2 or 3 hundred pounds of guan
per acre, ain't the way to get at it
Where you have been planting 15 acre
Df cotton to the horse and using 400 lb
Df fertilizer per acre, try an experimen
this year and plant 10 acres cotton an<
use 4oo pounds under, and 400 pound
as a top dressing, and I believe tha
you'1 be so well pleased that you wil
decrease the crop and increase the fer
tilizer still more next year. Our pool
Did lands are starving to death just a:
as they can; and if we'll feed them the:
will feed us. Who can exp~ect a mat
to do full duty on half rashions'. ThE
same principle will apply to our lands
A lot of the boys let .30 cents a bushe
Fool em out of their cotton seed, but an
glad to say tbat more farmers will havE
seed to put to their crops this year that
.n many a year before. Watch thE
nan that puts his seed back in thE
ground as a fertilizer, and see what i
~vill do for his crop and his starved ou
and. JOHN SLAB.
!othing Equals to Chamberlain's Colic, Chol
era and Diarrhoea Remedy Bowel
Complaint ln Children.
"We have used Chamberlain's Colic
'holera and Diarrhoea Remedy in om
~amily for years," says M~rs. J.B.Cooke
>f Netherland's, Texas. "We havE
riven it to all of our children. WE
iave used other mecdicincs for the same
>urposeC, but. never found anythinfi tc
o equal Chamberlain's. If you wil:
1se it as directed it wsill always cure.'
'or sale by The RI. B. Loayea Drug;
store, Isaac M1. Loryea, Prop.
Derivations of Some Common Words,
One remembers how on the 15th of
June, 1215, King John signed the great
charter of the constitutional freedom
of Brihiin and how after he had signed
it he flung himself in a burst of fury
on the floor and gnawed the straw and
rushes with which the floors of those
days were strewn. Now, what was
"charta?" Originally nothing more or
less than a sheet of papyrus strips
glued together n's writing paper. So it
is to the Egyptian reed that we owe
our "charters," "charts," "cards,"
"cartes" (blanche and de visite), our
"cartoons" and our "cartridges'-Lon
I have in hand some money to lend
n reasonable terms.
Apply to the undersigned.
JOSEPH F. RHAMIE,
Attorney at Law.
and we-feel proud of our selection, as we had
o-date line of goods than we are now showing:
do claim to give more goods for your money.
Ltisfy every lady in Manning and Clarendon county should they
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iir of shoes or hat and when S. L Till will offer them the same
Late to say, "I wonder if it is as good." Your money will be
3 Our Great Spring Opening Wednesday and Thurs
day, March 30 and 31-Opening Day and Night.
Never before have we had such an assortment. We bought
25 dozen Ladies' Sailors at a price that will cause our competitors
to wonder, if they could see what we are offering at 15 and 19c.
One hundred Ladies' regular $1.25 Hats at 50c. Come in and
see what we have before you buy.
Five thousand yards Remnants in 25c Mercerized Waistings
for 10 and 121c.
Fifty pieces beautiful Dimities, 15c goods, we got them from
the mills, at 10c.
Twenty-five pieces 25c Embroidered Swiss Dots, 10c.
Ten pieces 25c Waistings-at 19c.
Ten pieces 40-inch White Lawn, worth 20c, for 12c.
Ten pieces 28-inch White Lawn, wo rth 15c, for 10c. -
Five pieces All Linen 25c Crash for Skirts, 15C.
Ten pieces 40-inch Skirtings in cotton goods, only 10c.
Fifty pieces Fast Colored Lawns, 5c.
All the new things in Fancy Skirts for 15e to $1.50 yard.
)and 31. ___
Our Millinery Opening will
be on Thursday and Friday,
March the 24th and 25th.
ALL CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND
Miss Glessner Kefauver, the most competent milliner
we could secure, will be in charge of our new Millinery
Parlor on "The First Floor."
We have the largest and best
~ selection that has ever been
aebrought to this county. dslyo
All aekindly requested to call and see our dslyo
Thursday anid Friday, March 24 and 2.5.
g Are Guaranteed.
Summerton, S. 0.