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MANNING. S. C., APRIL 27. 1904.
Publishes All County and Town Of
Advertisers will please re
member that copy for a
change of ad. MUST be in
this office by Saturday Noon in order to
insure publication the following week.
Manning Street Car Schedule.
Leave Central Hotel corner 9:00 a. m. and 6:45
p. m. for the passenger trains, and the car will
also meet the freight trains. Arrangements
have been made with the agent at depot to tele
phone when freight trains are approaching
Fare. 10 cents each way.
Reading and Waiting Rooms.
Ladies, we have gone to the trouble
of fitting up a nice reading and waiting
room. with a toilet room attached, for
the use and comfort of our lady friends
from the country. Our reading room
is fitted up with all the latest fashion
papers of the day. Monthly fashion
sheets given away to all who come and
call for them. Our toilet room is nicely
arranged. where our country lady
friends can go and shake off the dust
and arrange their toilet.
Ladies, these rooms are arranged for
your special comfort and you are cor
dially invited to use them whenever
you are in town. The lady attendants
in the Millinery Department will direct
you to these rooms.
We are ready to meet the wants of
the commencement season with the
greatest line of Persian Lawns, French
Lawns and Imported Lawns and all
kinds of Trimmings suitable to getting
up commencement dresses ever shown
in this town. Don't place your order
for a commencement dress until you
see our splendid values. Don't fret
about the making. our Mrs. Webber, in
charge of our dress making depart
ment, is turning out some of the best
work ever seen in Manning.
W. E. JENKINSON.
Judge C H Simonton died in Phila
delphia last Monday.
Mrs. C. F. Williams of Columbia is in
Manning on a visit to her parents.
Died last Monday near Paxville Miss
Lizzie Jennings aged about 27 years.
Our printing force was cut down this
week by the sickness of Martin Tobias.
The clerk of court is distributing the
pension money for the Clarendon pen
Mrs. R. M. Foster of Marion, Ala., is
in Manning visiting her sister Mrs. F.
Found-A key on a horse shoe ring,
the owner can have it by calling at this
Mr Edward Hirsch of the Kingstree
Bar was in town yesterday on profes
Miss Marie Hodge who has been
teaching school at Suttons, returned
home on the 25th.
Married yesterday by Rev J D Hug
gins at Paxville Mr Ben Bradham and
Miss Ethel Howle.
Hon. J. E. Burke of the Charleston
Bar was in Manning last Friday on
Mrs Daniel Carraway of the Home
Branch community died yesterday
morning at io'clock.
Mr. Eugene Smith of Bishopville
spent yesterday in Manning with his
sister Mrs J3 G Slaughter. '
Died at his home near Paxville Mr.
J. D. Beatson aged about 67 years. The
deceased was a confederate veteran.
Mr Joseph Hirschmann of New York
spent last Saturday in Manning on a
visit to-his brother Mr D Hirschmann.
Mr. Ernest M. Fuller of Harvard col
lege spent several days in Manning on
a visit to his wite, the sister of Mrs.
Some alarmist rang a false alarm last
Saturday, and made the brethren
throw a fit, only to find it was a manu
Rev. J. M. Holladay, pastor of the
Presbyterian church, will preach in
the Methodist church at Harvin's next
Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock.
The A C L will sell round trip tickets
from Manning on May 16,~ 17 and 18
good to return May 23 for $1.00, on ac
count of the Old Soldiers' Rieuninn in
Mr C J Lesesne and his sister Miss
May, left this morning for Ninety Six
to attend the marriage of their brother
J W Lesesne who today weds Miss
Among our candidates cards this
week appears that of E B Gamble. who
has been deputy sheriff under several
sheriffs, and who came within a few
votes of election four years ago.
Mr B P Broadway, member of the
Board of Commissioners was in Paxville
straightening road lines. It seegis to
be the purpose of the county auithori
ties to have all telephone polls moved
off the highways.
Died last Wednesday at his home at
Sardinia Mr. A. T. Buddin aged about
36 years. The deceased was progres
sive citizen and a man of sterling qual
ities. He was a member of the board
of county commissioners, and will be
sadly missed in the county.
Clarendon has always given her
share of useful and prominent men to
the State and county, it is with pleas
ure we note the promise of the rising
ge'neration. Two of her sons have re
er otly distinguished themselves in the
orofessional line. Dr. Lionel C. Stukes
'graduating with honor with degree of
M. D. and Frank M. Harvin with honor
with degree of Ph G. Summerton is
doing her best to get both of these fine
young men. Dr. Stukes recently visit
ed Summerton and everybody gave him
.a very warm invitation to locate there.
Mr. 'Harvin has already accepted a
position with Capers & Co.
The closing exercises of the Manning
Graded School will take place May 29
and 30. The program has been ar
ranged definitely and is as follows: The
annual sermon will be preached by Rev.
Charles B. Smith, one of the foremost
ministers of the State and the present
pastor of Trinity M. E. church. Char
leston. The annual literary orator this
year is to be Hon. Walter Hazard of
Georgetown. He is known as an ex
cotionally interesting speaker, being
deep, logical, fiuent, brilliant and is
Georgetown's ex-State Senator. The
commencement program is a strong
one and will be of unusual interest.
Burglars have been at work at Pine
wood. On last Wednesday night the
store of R. F. Epperson was burglar
ized and about $200 worth of goods
stolen. So far there is no clue to the
to the robbers. A part of the goods
were found hidden near the store. It
It is supp)osed that the thieves were un
able to get away with all they stole and
what they could not carry off they hid
for a future time. NIr. Epperson has
offered a reward of $25 for the appre
hension of the guilty parties. and un
less they keep their tracks well secret
ed, we t'hink it will not be long before
they wil be enmeshed in'the law's net.
The Farmers Platform club. upon
motion of M. C. Galluchat. re-elected
without opposition D. J. Bradham
president. S. .1. Bowman secretary. and
D. J. Bradham member county execu
tive committee. The attendance was
good and ,no friction. It was evident
from the start that those who wanted
the club to go to the convention with a
delegation based upon an actual mem
bership would have wasted ti in e
in making the effort as Chairman
Bradham ruled the club entitled to 16
delegates based upon the number of
names on the roll. Attention was di
rected to the advisibility of revising
the roll, so that the dead, moved away
and those whose membership is known
to be elsewhere could be stricken off,
and then have representation upon ac
tual membership, but to have contend
ed for it would only have delayed the
meeting without results, so there was
no obstruction, or delay and "The
Tic:et" prepared in advance went
through like it was greased. A few
scattering nominations, from the unin
itiated were made, but they went out
of sight like lumps of lead in a hole,
the writer being among the lumps. If
there were any issues aside from dis
ordered imaginations we have yet to
learn them, unless possibly there was
some anxiety that some one might con
vert himself into a Hindo Magician,
and perform the wonderful trick of
depriving somebody of a little vain
glory whereby hot air pumps might not
have An opportunity to operate in the
convention. The following are the
delegates elected to represent a mem
bership of over 400:
M. C. Galluchat. W. T. Touchberry,
D. J. Bradham. w. J. Troublefield, J.
L. Wilson, A. W . Lanneau. J. M.
Windham. W. C. Davis, S. J. Bowman,
J. W. Herriot. T. H. Ridgeway, E. B.
Gamble, F. C. 'Thomas. C. J. Leseine,
J. S. Ridgeway, Billy Dyson.
Clarendon-I I Bagnal, J M Gallo
way, W M Plowden. J D Gerald, J S
Wilson. I I Bagnal Committeeman.
Paxvilie-T B Mims, .1 H Brown,
J E Tindal. F W Thigpen, J H Touch
berry. J E Tindal Committeeman.
Doctor Swamp-J H Timmons, G G
Thames, JT Rlhodus. I N Tobias Com
Manning-J F Rhame. A Levi. P B
Mouzon, J~ H'McKnight, O W McRoy,
S J Clark. J F Rhame Committeeman.
Harmony-W M Lewis, W W John
son, J E Kelly. J E Kelly Committee
Davis Station-C M Davis, G R Jones,
I C Graham. G R Jones Committee
Foreston-J M McRoy, T L Bagnal.
J M Mcloy Committeeman.
White-- F Ridgeway, Jr.. W C
White, J E Haley. R F Ridgeway, Jr
Summerton-Elison Capers, Jr., R B
Smyth. J D Rutledge, J R Dingle.
Elison Capers, Jr., Committeeman.
Friendship-C R Felder. S P Holla
day. J M Richardson. C R Felder
New Zion-Dr. I M Woods, J M Win
gate, T M Beard, R E Smiley. Dr. I
MI Woods Committeeman.
Alcolu-J J Nettles, J R Hodge, E D
Hodge. E D Hodge Committeeman.
Fulton-R L Fielder, H B Richard
son, Jr. R L Felder Committeeman
Midway Democratic club met on Sat
urday and organized with one hundred
names on the roll.
The following officers were elected:
J. M. Player. president.
J. S. Evans. vice president..
S. E. 31cFaddin, secretary.
S. WV. McIntosh, member of execn
The delegates to the county conven
tion were elected as follows:
John 3. Epps, W. H. Woods, S. WV.
~cintosh and H. 3. Wheeler.
The club also unanimously endorsed
John 3. Epps for the Legislature, a
oung man of good standing and well
ualified to fill this position.
April 25, 1904.
The Jordan Democratic club met at
ordan Saturday April 23, 1904, with
Mr. L. L. Wells as chairman after re
rganization. the following oflcers were
elected: Mr. T. M. Davis president
and P. M. Slitchum secretary. Messrs.
W. P. Gardner and Jno. 0. Lowder
were elected as delegates, and air. T.
M. Davis member of the executive
:ommittee. On motion of Mr. H. C.
Plowden it was resolved not to support
any man for county chairman who will
be a candidate for office in the coming
primary. After a brief talk from Mr.
.. L\tWells the meeting adjourned.
P. ML MITCHUM,
Death of Dr. Fladger.
Dr. J. M. Fladger of Manning died at
Dr. Baker's Infirmary at 1 o'clock Sun
day morning, aged 46 years, of chronic
Bright's disease. Dr. Fladger was for
a number of years a resident of Sum
merton, where he enjoyed the conti
dence and esteem of the entire commnu
nity and had an extensive practice. He
was eminently successful as a practi
tioner, progressive in his ideas and al
was fully abreast of the modern meth
ods of his profession. About two years
ago he removed to Spartanburg for the
purpose of seeking a larger field.
Shortly after becoming settled in his
new' home the disease that 'ultimately
caused his death developed and :since
that time be has been under constant
treatment, having been under tbe care
of the leading specialists in Charleston,
Baltimore and other places. He made
a long, brave fight for life; but the end
was inevitable and death claimed him
in the prime of life when he had just,
reached the period of his greatest use
He was a Knights of Pythias and n
Woodman, and his body was escorted'to
the depot yesterday afternoon by a del
egation from Game Cock Lodge. K. of
P., wvhence it was taken to Manning,
where the funeral service were held to.
day.-Sumter Item, Monday, 25th.
The funeral took place Monday after
noon and there was a very large at
tendance. All the stores in town closed
as a mark of respect and the lodges of
Inights of Pythias and Woodmen of
t e World escorted the body to the
church and cemetery. The services
were conducted by Rev. A. N. Brun
son pastor of the Methodist church.
The pallbearers were: Honorary
Doctors WV. E. Brown, WV. M. Brockin
ton C. B. Geiger and 0. L. Dickson.
Active-Mavor D. M. Bradham, Hon.
W. C. Davis, Hon. J. H. Lesesne,
Messrs. WV. S. Harvin, F. C. Thomas,
G. H. Huggins, and 3. W. Heri-iott.
The deceased leaves a wvidow and
Six O'Clock Closing.
We, the undersigned, agree to close
our stores at six o'clock p. m. from May
1, 1904, to August 15. 1904. inclusive.
Saturdays excepted, and at 7 o'clock p.
m. from August 16. 19'04. to August 31,
1904 inclusive, provided all other stores
handling our line of goods agree to the
The Mlanning Grocery Co. By I. IL
Bagnal, Sec. and Ti-ens.
Manning Har-dware Co.
M. M. Krasnoff.
McLeod-Wilkins-King Co. By C. E.
Wilkins, Sec. and Treas.
Levi Mercantile Co. By .J. T. Stukes.
Dickson Hardware Co.
L. L. Wells.
Mutual Dryv Goods Co. By WV. ML
S. L. Krasnotl.
S. R. Venning.
S. L. Till.
W. E. Jenkinson.
S. A. Rigby.
P. B. Mouzon-provided all groceries
C. M. Davis & Co. By John D. Ger
ald-provided all olose.
B. A. Johnson.
About thirty teachers and friends of
education were in attendance at the
meeting of the Clarendon County
T e'achers' Association held at the Insti
tute hal l on last Saturday. The usual
progr-am of napers and remarks by
teachers was displaced at this session
by two profitable addresses. These
were made by Capt. D. J. Bradham of
Manning and Rev. Jos. A. Duncan, D.
D.. of Columbia.
Captain Bradham is an enthusiast on
things relative to the glory of the Con
federacy and the victories it won in its
struggle between the States, and in his
address before the association he used
this opportunity to refer in an impress
ive way to such themes of Southern
valor and victory. He emphasized the
value of teachers being accurate in the
historic statements they make and
wished that those present engaged in
teaching would go at it in a professional
Dr. Duncan has recently come into
South Carolina from Virginia, but he is
zealous in the cause of education in this
State.- especially so since he is connec
ted with the Columbia Female College.
He spoke for nearly a half hour to the
association and made a splendid address
on the present phases of our educa
We regret very much that a rush of
copy this week will not permit us to
pub'lish even a synopsis of this eloquent
On last Sunday afternoon April 24th.
at 2:45 o'clock at the residence of Mr
and Mrs G II .ones. at Davis, Mr R R
Barrineau was wed to their daughter,
Miss Lillian Jones. The ceremony was
beautifully and solemnly performed by
their pastor Rev C C Herbert. The
bride was elegantly dressed in white
organdy wearing in her tastily dressed
hair white flowers, and carrying in
her white gloved hand a bunch of bri
dal roses. The attendants were: Miss
May Jones with Mr Lonie Barrineau
and Miss Maude Owens with Mr May
rant Jones. The bridesmaids in their
dainty attires of white organdy and
laces, with the groomsmen standing on
either side of the bride and groom,
presented. altogether a most charming
picture. This happy marriage was
witnessed by several intimate friends
and near relatives of the young couple.
Mr Barrineau is a well known and
prosperous farmer of this county, and
the bride the much loved daughter of a
highly esteemed citizen of this county.
The numerous friends of this young
couple wish them a long and happy
4.0.1LS T O EL T. A
Bearsthe The Kind You Have Always Bought
S. I. Till, Levi block.
The Furniture Man. Levi Block. [tf.
Wood's Wheat Seed is the best.
The R. B. Lorvea Drug Store.
Readers should watch Rhame's drug
store advertisment every week.
Plant Wood's tested and true Wheat
Seed. The R. B. Loryea Drug Stoi .
Wanted-Corn and Peas o't highest
cash price. R. D. Clark, at People's
To Rent-A two story dwelling, good
location. Terms apply to I. C. Ingram
For Sale-2 tons of good fodder at
1.00 per' hundred. Address WV. C.
Williams, Summerton, S. C.
For Sale-A fine plantation within 3
miles of Manning, well equipped with
buildings. The terms can be had by
applying to this office.
For Sale-167 acres of land in Har
mony towns hip, adjoining lands of You
mans and Nelson, said tract has about
75 acres cleared, with a four room ten
ant house. Particulars apply to this
Parties wishing to buy Mowing Ma
chines this season will find it to their
interest to visit Manning court week,
as I will have a sample machine on ex
hibition. W. T. P. Sprott, Foreston.
A fine opportunity to buy a well im
proved place-containing 200 acres within
one mile of the coiurthouse, containing a
comparatively new residedce, with
splendid outbuildings, and 5 good ten
ant houses. For particulars and price
call at THE MANNING TIMES office.
Wanted-Special Representative in
this county and adjoining territories, to
represent and advertise an old estab
lished business house of solid financial
standing. Salary $21 weekly, with Ex
penses advanced each Monday by check
direct from headquarters. Horse and
buggy furnished when necessary; posi
tion permanent. Address Blew Bros.
& Co., Monon Bldg., Chicago, Ill. 28-Ct
Annual Report of Town
Cler]k ancl Treasurer.
The following financial report will
show the receipts and disbursements
of the Town of Manning for the past
fiscal year, ending April 14, 1904:
Balance from last year.. 2,598 :31
Dispensary profits......... 5,492 71
Fines, licenses and hall rent 711 20
Taxes ............... .... 1,308 80
Miscellaneous sources... 40 .95
Bills receivable....... ...... 250 94
Total. ................810,408 97
S. E. Lime and Cement Co.. $ 10 50
Standard Oil Co............ 83 70
Freight and hauling........57 4S
W. E. Holmes & Co .........158 14
Electric light account . ..1,070 83
Kitson Co., supplies..........54 05
Salaries................... 1,504 60
Miscellaneous ............. 1,234 57
Streets .............. .... 1,1116 68
Cash, including bills receiv
able..........-.----- .. .:0030
Total................. $10,408 97
The miscellaneous expenditures in
clude such accounts as would not
properly be classified under the
heads ar.d will show, by reference to
the Ledger, for what the various
amounts were spent. The outgoing
council had a balance of $017.94 to
start with two years ago. At the
end of the first year it had a cash
balance of of $2598.31 to begin the
past year with. The new council has
more than $5,000 to its credit with
wvhich the present year's operations
E. J. BROWNE, Clerk and Treas.
A pril 14, 1904.
We-~will giv;e the above amount to
any person or persons who will locate
the goods and get enough proof for
arrest to be made for the person or
persons who broke in and robbed our
store Monday night April 18. I have
the "pinch bar" that was used to force
the door open, and I have other good
cews for secret service men to work~
on. Shoes, hosiery and several small
bolts of cloth, one bolt red flannel, and
about 500 yards of embroidery and in
sertion from one to six inches wide and
lots of other goods. Call or write us.
Yours very trxuly.
WVALTER D. EPPERSON.
R. F. EPPERSON
| Pnenod S. C. Api 2-3,- 1904.
CLERK OF COURT.
I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
didate for Clerk of Court of Clarendon
County. subject to the rules of the Democratic
primary. ARCHIE I. BARRON.
HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
didate for re-elcetion to the office of Clerk of
Court. subject to the rules of the primary.
J. H. TIMMONS.
TO THE VOTERS OF CLARENDON CO.:
Upon the solicitations of friends I hereby
announce myself a candidate for the position of
Clerk of Court for Clarendon County. subject to
the rules of the Democratic primary.
C. M. MASON.
I ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CANDIDATE for
the offce of Clerk of Court Clarendon Coun
ty. subject to the rules of the Democratic pri
mary. JAMES M. WINDHAM.
HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
didate for the office of Clerk of Court. sub
ject to the rules of the Democratic party. M3.
motto shall be. Honesty, strict attention to bus
mess and straightforward integrity.
ANDREW P. BURGESS.
I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
didate for Auditor Clarendon County. sub
ject to the rules of the Democratic primary.
W. J. TROUBLEFIELD.
IHEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
didate for Sheriff of Clarendon County. sub
ject to the rules of tae Democratic primary.
L. L. WELLS
I ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CANDIDATE for
the office of Sheriff, subject to the rules of
the Democratic party. I was born and reared
in Clarendon and have always endeavored to be
a worthy citizen in private as well as public.
H. D. HODGE.
I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
didate for Sheriff of Clarendon County. sub
ject to the rules of the Dcaaerate pr imar.
SUBJECT TO THE RULES OF THE DEM
ocratic primary, I announce myself a candi
date for the office of Sheriff of Clarendon
County. E. B. GAMBLE.
April 27. 19041.
IHEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
didate for County Supervisor, subject to the
rules of the Democratic primary.
E. C. HORTON.
I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
didate for Coroner of Clarendon County.sub
ject to the rules of the Democratic primary.
IN ANNOUNCING MYSELF A CANDIDATE
for the office of Coroner I solicit the votes of
all Democrats in the coming primary. pledging
myself to abide the result of same.
S. L. STIDHAM.
TO THE DEMOCRATIC VOTERS OF Clar
endon: Being confident of my ability to
conduct the office of Coroner intelligently, I an
nounce myself a candidate for that office. sub
ject to the rules of the Democratic party, prom
ising if elected to make a careful study of the
law that I may render efficient service.
WILLIE D. YOUNG.
We invite the commu
nity to call in and inspect
our new enterprise, and
would especially ask the
housekeepers to call.
I t is our purpose to ca
ter to the delight of the
. .THE. .
R. B. LORYEA DRUG STORE,
ISAAC M. LORYEA, Prop.,
Sign of the ...Golden Mortar,
Beg to inform their many friends and custom
ers that they are prepared to supply their wants
with their accustomed celerity.
We carry a full and complete line in every de
partment of the
and every attention is shown to the wants of
Fo Many Years
We have endeavored to give the very best at
tention to our customers' wants, and feel that
we have succeeded.
Our stock of
is complete in every par ticulair anid evetry and
an in need of PR DRUGS and MEDI
CINES call on us and we can give you general
sAIL OatRDERS receive our careful and im
mediate attention on day of receipt.
We hope for your kind patronage which for
years we have earnestly striven to merit.
ISAAC M, LORYEA, Proprietor,
Sig~n of the
MANNINa, S. C.
FMON E NO. 2.
NEARL1Y EVERY FA:-ER
TFIE "'AdJA X"
is the one to use. "The Machinery People"
will be gla to send catalogue and name
price on application.
WV. H. GIBBES cQ. CO.,
COLUMBIA. S. C.
Enines, Boilers, Saw Mills. Cotton Gin]
ni::g xchinery, Etc.
Thte Gibb::s Portoic Sti~- .W~--- '.J
.ring -ur Job Work to The Times office
The Sherwin-Wllh1ams Pdrntu Cover the Earth. The She,-wIn-W1ll1ama Paints Couer the Earth.
Of the many remedies that have within recent years
been introduced to the public, none have been re
ceived with greater favor than those for the allevia
tion of pain.
There is scarcely an ailment more common, yet more
persistent and annoying than headache, and with the
ambition to secure a combination that would quickly
and safely make manifest its efficiency. tireless experi
ments were resorted to, and as a successful result, this ,.
valuable formula was established.
In selecting the ingredients and then adjusting their
proportions, careful consideration was given to every
detail, being careful that the dne remedy did not coun
teract the effect of the other, but on the contrary to
mutually assist each other in the relief of pain and
nervousness. A more suitably combined and propor
tioned formula would be regarded as an impossibility,
for its grateful and active properties are appreciated
- These powders have met with wonderful suceess and
are certainly deserving of all praise. They are guar
anteed absolutely free from Opium, Morphine, Co
deine, Cocaine and other similar narcotics and have
proved their efficiency where such drugs as Phenace
tine and Antipyrine have failed.
For Sick or Nervous Headache, Neuralgia, Rheu
matic and Menstrual pains these powders are unsur
-passed and their soothing qualities are also especially
indicated in cases of Sleeplessness, Nervousness, etc.
10c and 25c Box.
... DIRECTIONS .. .
For Headache, one powder repeated in twenty to
thirty minutes if necessary.
For Neuralgia, Rheumatic Pains, etc., one powder
every two or three hours, as required.
For Sleeplessness and Nervousness, one powder on
retiring, to be repeated in one hour if sleep is not pro
They may be taken dry, on the tongue, followed by
a little water.
Their great utility, convenience and safety should
merit for them a place in every home.
DELMAR 0. RHAfIE
Druggist and Pharmacist,
SUMI?IERTON, = = 5. C.
The Sherwln-Willims Palnte Cover the Earth. . The Sherwlfn-WilliamS Palnte Couer the Earth.
ISPRING F, RINGS
In the purchasing of my spring stock I largely de
]pended upon one of my assistants, Miss Hattie ,Bagnal,
-who is not 'only intelligently qualified to judge of the
styles and fashions, but displays the best of taste, to amo
Sme, in order that I would be sure to please the most fas
NoIearnestly invite my lady friends to'take a look
Sat the latest creations in
. W"indsor Rappillon,
Satin a Ruban -
Of course these are only a few lines in dry goods. I
Ikeep everything in that department, and if my prices are
_not as low as the lowest elsewhere, then I do not ask your
patronage. I do not offer one article at a below cost price
_and make double the profit on something else.
SHOERS SHOES !
This department is wher e my experience as a mer
Schant manifests itself. I know a good shoe, and to retain
Strade I must sell a good shoe. Come and look through
this line, and .I believe I sell you shoes which will give
you goodseric and svyou mney.
It is all nonsense to assert that "we atec the only
ones." Inspect my stock and if I cannot give yon a fit,
Sanother market you will have to seek. BesidesI have
accepted the sole agency for the celebrated made-to-order
Sline of D'Ancona & Co.. fashionable tailors of Chicago,
and ev ery suit I make is with a guarantee of no fit no
money. Come and see the samples now on exhibition in
Smy store. A gentleman can have a suit made to order
and get a perfect fit for almost what he can get a hand
me-down for. Give me a trial order, I k-now I will please
Iou want your trade, and to get it I must meet compe
Stition. This I will do, for- I am in business to sell goods
and am doing business on the principle of live and let
1Huylers Candies. ~
Chocolate Peppermint Pralines,
SatdChocolate Covered Almonds,
SatdPecans, Salted Almonds.
Vanilla Chocolates. Jordan Almonds.
Marshmellows, Scotch Kisses,
Old Fashioned Molasses Candy,
_Huvler's American Drop
Orange, .Clear Mint.
- L aemn Assorted Fruit.
Heis the happy candidate because he has no compe
I.. His Platform is
Low Prices- igh Values.,
Owl He has fought high prices for five years and now he
is conqueror. No competition, as everybody knows that
Till's is the- place to get your money's worth.
Just in one solid case of Jacquard Embroidered
Swisses, worth 20c, for... ...... ..............lc
let any one try and convince you that
their 20c goods are better than Till's at
o10c. They are fooling you. Come- and
He h get saaples from us and compare them.
STillWe are the happy candidate in this line also.
Just in, one solid case of 50c, 75c, $1 and $1.50
Ladies' Hats in jobs and samples. You get
" wyour choice for.............................
If you are without prejudice and simply want the
best goods for the least money, S. I. Till will sell you. .
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