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MANNING, S. C., MAY 4, 1904.
Publishes All County and Town Of
Advertisers will please re
member that copy for a
change of ad. MCST 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.
A Long Pull and a Hard Pull to Secure the
One hundred and fifty dozen pure
Linen Collars and Cuffs at very low
One hundred pieces India Lawns,
worth 12tc, but we will sell this lot
at 10c yard.
The greatest line of White Goods
to be seen in this town for .makimg
Commencement Dresses, and we will
make them up for you on short no
tice as we have one of the best equip
ped Dress Making Departtaents in
this part of the State.
Call and see our Si Silk Umbrellas
for Gent's and Ladies that you can't
buy elsewhere for less than $1.50.
We are showing the greatest line
of Ladies' Oxfords, Children's Ox
fords and Gent's Low Qartered Shoes
to be seen in this town.
Never have we been able-to show
such a line of Wash Goods at 10e
yard as we are now showing.
Ladies, you know you must have
some of those Lawn and Dimity
Dresses for the summer. Don't put
this off any longer, but come and see
our great line of goods that we offer
at Sc and 10c yard. ,
Our Millinery Defartment is one of
the most up-to-date in this part of
the State. If you need a nice cheap
Hat see us.
W. E. JENKINSON.
Mrs. N. G. Gonzales of Col.umbia is in
Manning visiting her relatives.
Governor Heyward has appointed
George D. Smith coroner for Clarendon
Died Sunday April 24 at Tallahassee,
Florida Mrs. Viola Clark, wife of Mr.
W. H. Clark.
On account of the crowded condition
of our columns this week, we leave out
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. McElveen attend
ed the marriage of their sister in Wil
liamsburg last week.
There will be preaching at Fellow
ship church next Sunday at 4:00 p. m.
Rev. M. A. Connors will preach.
The young ladies of Manning are to
give a complimentary leap year dance
to the young men next Friday evening.
Died in Manning last Monday Mrs.
Annie June wife of Mr. George June,
aged about 23 years. The deceased
leaves an infant about ten days old.
The closing exercises of the Jordan
Academy will take piace on Friday,
May 6. After the regular exercises re
freshments will be served for the bene
fit of the library.
Died last Sunday poroner W. A.
Brewer aged 84 years. The funeral
*took place at Oak Grove church Mon
day. The deceased was a Confederate
soldier, of C6. I. 23i-d Regiment.
*One of the most gratifying signs in
the convention, was the lack of any
thing that smacked of factional con
tention. The body was one of the most
harmonious we have had im years, and
all of the delegates were disposed to
root out corruption.
The entire legislative delegation met
in Manning list Monday, and recomn
mended to Governor Heyward for ap
pointment Mr. R. E. McFaddim, Jr.,
for county commissioner to fill the un
expired term of A. T. Buddin, de
ceased, and Mr. George D. Smith for
coroner fill the unexpired term of W.
A. Brewer, deceased.
In our candidates column this week
will be seen the announemient of Hon.
E . R. Plowden candidate for sheriff.
Mr. Plowden served Clarendon county
in the legislature several years ago.
Then we have the curd of Mr. J. Elbert
Davis for re-election to the office of
sheriff. Mr. Davis has served several
terms as auditor and one term as sheriff.
The friends of Rev. S. A. Nettles and
his sister, Mrs. E. C. Alsbrook will be
glad to learn that Lucian, youngest son
of Mr. Nettles who recently had his
arm broken-on the baseball ground in
Branchvile is doing well; also, Dimple
-youngest daughter of Mrs. Alsbrook.
who accidentally fell on the Capitol
square in Columbia three weeks ago
and broke her arm is recovering rapid
Col. D. W. Brailsford has a commu
nication in this issue, in which he vir
tually advises the veterans to stay away
from the re-union, because they will
not be taken Into the homes, but instead
sheltered in hiospitals and cotton sheds.
We think the Colonel is doing himself
and the good people of Charlestoni an
ijustice. True, the veterans were
shelered in hosoitals and cotton sheds,
as near camping out as circumstances
permitted. The people of Charleston
not only made every endeavor to make
-the "Vets" comfortable and happy on a
former occasion, but when they .go
down on the 17th, every Charlestonmon
will extend to them a hearty welcome.
We hope the noble silvery-haired few:
of this county will not permit their
spirits dampened by the mistaken no
tion of Col. Brailsford. We had hoped
*the Colonel would lend plersure to, the
occasion by his presence, as their is no
man in the State who can make the old
feel young quicker than the chivalrous.
Letter to J. W. McLeod.
Dear Sir: Mr. Frank Robinson, Ti
tusville. Pa.. bought Devoe with a good
deal of feeling against the whole tribe
of mixed paints. Our agent there,
Messrs. Kernochan & Co., got him to
do it. He says:
"I am more than pleased with the
job. I had one-third of the paint left
over; I know of several other jobs, a
year old or more, painted with Devoe,
that are wearing well."
What a pirty we have to all go through
the sam school, to find out what paint
to put on a house! Experience teaches.
Isn't there any easier way to learn?
7 F. W. DEVOE & Co.,
Manning Hardware Company sells
The devil works six days in the week
and nobody has ever caught him sleep
ing through the sermon on Sunday.
Doecn't Respect Old Age.
It's shameful when youth fails to
show proper respect for old age, but
just the contrary in the case of Dr.
King's New Life Pills. They cut off
aadies no matter how severe and ir
respective of old age. Dyspepsia,Jaun
dice, Fever, Constipation all yield to
this perfect Pill. 25c, at The R. B.
Tya.a Drug Store.
A Shocking Tragedy.
Shortly after court had reconvened
last Monday afternoon, after the county
convention had finished its work, and
while a large number of people were
loitering about on the square, and many
standing on the balcony of the court
house, five pistol shots rang out upon
the air, the first three very rapid. an
intermission of a second or two, then
another shot, a.slight intermission, and
a shot. and on the ground lay dead was
the body of John R. Keels slain by
Magistrate S. M. Youmans. All this
took place under the court house bal
cony at the front door to the entrance
to the offices, and in the presence of a
number of people who were so close
that one, Isreal Jathes. colored, was hit
by a ball that had passed through the
body of the dead man; notwithstanding
the fact there were several eyewit
nesses, the stories told of the killing
vary considerably. All five shots took
effect and the man was killed instantly.
Sheriff Davis reached the scene of the
tragedy in a very short time.' and as
Mr. Youmans was emptying the shells
from his pistol, the sheriff arrested,
and disarmed him, and then taken to
the county jail where he will stay until
the court grants him bail.
Magistrate A. J. Richbourg of Sum
merton empanneled a jury and an in
quest was held in the lobby of the court
house: several witnesses were examined
and a verdict rendered as follows:
SYNOPSIS OF TESTIMONY AT INQUEST.
Dr. W. M. Brockinton testified as to
the examination of the body and the
location of the balls, all of which he
said, would have caused instant death.
W. T. P. Sprott says he was standing
some 40 yards in front of the court
house, heard shot, saw some one that
he did not recognize at first, but after
wards recognized him as John R. Keels,
he was backing off and Mr. Youmans
stepped aside shooting. Saw M~r. Keels
as he backed behind the column, he
seemed to be trying to get around the
column. If Youmans had stood still
the column would have been between
the parties when the last shot was fired.
R. M. Johnson says, was over at Jen
kinson's store when first shot was fired.
Mr. Keels was in front of column then,
Mr. Youmans was upon the steps, and
at the first shot Keels stepped back and
threw up his hands and staggered back
by that time four balls had been fired
and Keels was nearly on the ground
when the fifth shot was fired. Youmans
was the only man that had a gun, in his
hand, Keels was going backwards.
When the first shot was fired he was on
enkinson's pavement, and bad reached
halfway to the court house when the
last shot was fired.
J. S. Evans says: He was standing at
the court house steps, Mr. Keels rushed
by, going in the direction of Mr. You
mans and said God damn you, his right
hand-was back, saw Mr. Youmans fire
just as Keels passed. After the first
shot Keels staggered the least bit
which threw Keels directly between
witness and Youmans. Witness made
an effort to get. in court house door
when he looked again Keels was be
hind the pillar and Youmans fired one
or two shots more. From the tone of
Keels' voice he was mad. Mr. Keels
was standing about ten steps from the
court house before the shooting. Wit
ness did not see .Keels strike at You
mans. Keels was very near when first
shot was fired about two or three feet.
Youmam did not make any attempt to
strike Keels only to shoot him.
J. H. Timmons says: He walked
down the steps and started across the
path to go to the street. Some one
stooped him to talk, and Mr. Keels
waled by very rapidly. Mr. Youmans
was leaning against the pillar, Keels
iapid walkinz attracted his attention,
nd as Keels got in front of Youmans
he attempted to strike at Youmans'
face, don't think he hit him, it seemed
to be a glancing lick. Youmans threw
u his left hand and Keels threw up
his hands. Youmans pulled his pisto]
nd fired in rapid succession. Witness
ould not with safty get between them.
Keels had'has hands in a fighting posi
tion; then he dropped his head and
caught at column post and fell. You
mans fired as Keels was falling. Did
not hear anything that either party
said. Saw no weapon on Keels. Keels
was rather thrown back by Youmans
hands or else he stepped back. They
were four or five feet apart when first
shot was fired.
S. W? McIntosh says: Was standing
in the court house door. heard a voice
which he took to be Keels. He said
"God damn you," saw- Keels stagger
back as if he had been pushed. He had
his hand in his hip pokt, when second
shot was fired saw bood, do not .know
whether the blood came from Keels'
mouth or not.. Heard five shots. Did
not see Keels have any stick or any
weapon. Heard no words between
The jury rendered a verdict that the
deceased came to his death from gun
shot wounds in the hands of S. M.
William Keso reevle
brother of the deeased, arrived in
Manning Monday night, a.nd took the
body yesterday morning.to Lynchburg
It has been currently for sometime
that their existed ill feeling between
the parties on account of a business
transaction, Youmans having sold a
mule to a negro, and by some means
Keels became connected withthe trans
action, but as the parties were seen
almost daily passing and repassing each
other often speaking, it was thought
the unpleasantness between them was
at an end, and that no violence would
resorted to. Many think outsiders pre
ticipated the demonstration of violence
on Keels' part last Monday.
The deceased moved to Manning
from Sumter county a few months ago,
was the son of the late Capt. D. E. Keels
of Lynchburg, and a lawyer by profes
sion,leaves a wife and no children.
Magistrate Youmnans was born and
reared in Clarendon, and for the past
two years held the office of Magistrate
at the court house, married and nas one
child. He is a man of temperate habits,
and quiet demeanor, polite and in no
way disposed to be quarrelsome, but
rather reserved and reticent. Hon.W.
C. Davis will defend him.
The news of the killing of John R.
Keels in Manning yesterday afternoon,
while it was a shock to those who knew
im, was no surprise. To the contrary
it is the end that all expected him to
meet. He was a man of violece and
his quarrelsome disposition had in
volved him into innumerable difficul
ties and the surprise is that he escaped
a violent death so long.-Sumnter Item.
Carelessness is responsible for many
a railway wreck and the same causes
are making human wrecks of sufferers
from Throat and Lung troubles. But
since the advent of Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumptiun, Coughs and
Colds, even the worst cases can be cured
and hopeless resignation is no longer
ncessary. Mrs. Lois Cragg of Dor
hester, Mass., is one of the many
whos life was saved by Dr. King's New
Discovery. This great remedy is guar
anteed for all throat and lung diseases
b The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Price 50c, and $1.00. Trial bottles
The ages only look wise because we
see them through a~ mist. Wisdom
that is new is always under suspicion.
A Runaway Bicycle
terminated with an ugly cut on the leg
of . B. Orner. Franklin Grove, Ill. It
developed a stibborn ulcer unyielding
to doctors and remedies for four years.
Then Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured.
ts just as good for Burns, Scalds,
Skin Eruptions and Pil. 2.5c,at The R.
B.me orye Drug Stre
The County Convention.
In accordance with the rules of th
Democratic party, Clarendon's conven
tion met last Monday. County Chair
man .1. Elbert Davis called the body t,
order and was made temporary chair
man with A. J. Richbourg, secretary
An invitation was extended to Judg
it. 0. Purdy and Stenographer Lathai
to have seats in the convention, and a
committee was appointed to extend the
invitation. In getting organized ther
was a little confusion before it was set
tied that the election of a temporar:
chairman did not make the organiza
tion permanent. Dr. Woods made
motion to appoint a committee on ere
dentials, which brought about a grea
deal of discussion, in which it was ad
mitted that the club rolls were in i
fearfully bad condition. Mr Ellisor
Capers, Jr, made a strong plea with the
convention to do its duty and not go or
longer with the brand of fraud. HE
for one was anxious to clear the clul
rolls of any taint, matters not how lone
it would take.
Dr I M Woods alsc made a strong ap
peal to have the club rolls revised and
that the delegations be reduced to the
Captain D J Bradham in his remark:
saw no necessity of a committee on cre
dentials, and that the dlub rolls could
be revised later, in time for the prima
rv. He virtually confirmed the con
tention of this newspaper with regard
to the condition of the clubs, admittet
that his club had not revised its roll
and had elected 16 delegates, but tha1
after the club meeting, he with other.
had gone over the roll and struck of
enough names to reduce his delegatiot
three delegates, which he was willing
for the convention to drop.
Mr Galluchat objected to the taking
off of three delegates from the Farmer'
Platform club, unless the Manning anc
Clarendon clubs would take off some o:
Mr Gerald speaking for the Claren.
don club stated that they had reviset
their roll before electing delegates ani
that their representation was cor
rect. The convention only had a short
time to work in, as court was to recon
vene at three o'clock, and it was appar
ent that a committee on credential:
would not have had the necessary time
to do its duty, and therefore decided t<
go on with the dropping three dele,
gates from the Farmer's club. Ther
came the election of a county chairman.
Capt W C Davis, Louis Appelt and J 1
Kelly were put in nomination, on the
first ballot the vote stood: Appelt, 45
Davis, 38, Kelly. 12. There being n<
majority, a second ballot was had re
sulting in the election of Captain Davis
by a vote: Davis, 50; Appelt, 45. Cap
tain Davis was declared elected anc
made a speech of'thanks. Quite a num
her of names were nominated for dele
gates to the State convention, but al
declined except the following eigh1
who were elected by acclamation:
C M Davis, J E Tindal, R S Des.
Champs, I M Woods, J C Lanham, J B
Lesesne, S C Turbeville, J S Wilson.
Maj A J Richbourg was chosen mem
bar of the State executive committee
without opposition. Mr Ellison Capers
made a speech favoring the adoption o:
a platform of principles and wanted the
convention to put itself on record
against the Ogden movement. The
onvention however decided against
putting forward a platform deeming it
sufficient to accept the platform adopted
by the State convention. ,
There was no friction in the conven
tion, and the rivalry for the chairrnan
ship was altogether friendly, and right
ere the~writer thinks it proper to ex
press his gratitude to the 45 delegates
who so loyally stood to him in the con
vention, and in all sincerity tenders his
ongratulations to Captain Davis on his
victory in such a close contest, and we
can assure him and his friends that 11
will be our pleasure at any time to give
to the chairman any assistance he may
think, we can render him in his duties,
TaE MA.NTNG TmES has every
reason to feel proud of the result
of t h e convention, because WE
believe we haves.been instrumental it
putting on foot a movement for cleane:
political methods in this county.
The following were the enrolled del
Alcolu-J J Nettles, J R Hodge, E I
Clarendon-J D Gerald, W M\Plow
den, I I Bagnal, J S Wilson.,
Cross Roads-A W Billups,JO0 Rowe
M Davis, J W Broadway.
Davis Station-G R Jones, J C Grm
ham, T J Stukes, C M Davis.
)ouglas-S C Turbeville, J3P Turbe
ville, J Smith, A J Hicks, F N Thomas.
D L Geen.
Fork- James Reeve4 J C DuRant,
Farmer's Platform-E B Gamble, M
T Touchberry, D J Bradham, J3
Ridgeway, S J Bowman, F C Thomas
J M Windham, W C Davis, W J Tron
blefield, Billy Dyson, M C Galluchat,
W Herriott, C J Lesesne.
Fulton-H B Richardson, Jr, R I
-Foreston Reform--C T Ridgeway, 1V
D Mitchumn, W T Kelly,3 E Richbourg
J H Windham.
Gibbons Mill-W B Gibbon,. W .
Buddin, C W Barrow, L D Barrow.
Harmony--W M Lewis, J C Johnson
Jordan-J 0 Lowder, W P Gardner
Mannin-J F Rhame, A Levi, S .
Clark, DrEW E Brown, P B Mouzon, C
New Town-W T Kennedy, G ']
Worsham, R E Smith, M D Frloyd.
New Zion-I M Woods, J C 3 ker, ']
M Beard,J M Wingate.
Midway-H J Wheeler, W H Woods
S W McIntosh, J J Epps.
Panola-C R Felder,J M Richardson
S P Holladay..
Paxville-J H Brown, F W Thigpen
T B Mims, E G Touchberry,J E Tindal
R C Lackey.
Summerton-E Capers, J C Lanham
B C Ragin, J R Dingle.
Silver-H S Briggs, A S Briggs, D I
White-W C White R F Ridgeway,
Pinewood-R S DesChamps, J I
Griffin, P H Broughton.
.Doctor Swamp-G G .Thames, J3'
Rhodus, J H .Timmons.
'Eight cents a pound i:
what a young woman paid fo:
twelve pounds of flesh.
She was thin and weak and
paid one dollar for a bottle o:
Scott's Emulsion, and by tak
ing regular doses had gaine(
twelve pounds in weight befor4
the bottle was finished.
Eight cents a pound is
cheap for such val'uable ma
terial. Some pay more, some
less, some get nothing fo,
their money. You get you:
money's worth when you bu)
We will send you a little
SCOTT & BOWNE, CHEE&STS,
409 Pearl Street, New York
* S. I. Till, Levi block.
The Furniture Man, Levi Block. [ti
- Wood's Wheat Seed is the best
The R. B. Lorvea Drug Store.
Plant Wood's tested and true Whea
Seed. The R. B. Loryea Drug Store
Wanted-Corn and Peas at highes
cash price. R. D. Clark, at People'
- To Rent-A two story dwelling, goo
L location. Terms apply to I. C. Ingran
- Manning Hotel.
Eight boxes of the finest twenty-fiv
Talcum Toilet Powder for $1.00, a
Rhame's Drug Store.
J enkinson is having a very successfu
run in his dress making department
See him if you need work done.
Jenkinson's millinery department i
making big efforts on summer hats
see them if you wish a nice cheap hat
Jenkinson is meeting with much suc
cess in his dress making department
See him if you want a commencemen
For Sale-A fine plantation within
miles of Manning, well equipped with
t buildings. The terms can be had b:
t applying to this office. ,
For Sale-167 acres of land in Har
mony township, adjoining lands of You
mans and Nelson, said tract has abou
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 thei
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 withii
one mile of the courthouse, containing s
comparatively new residence, with
splendid outbuildings, and 5 good ten
ant houses. For particulars and price
call at THE MANNING TmiEs office.
Wanted-Special Representative it
L this county and adjoining territories, t<
represent and advertise an old estab
lished business house of solid financia
standing. Salary $21 weekly, with Ex
penses advanced each Monday by checi
direct from headquarters. Horse an
- buggy furnished when necessary; posi
tion permanent. Address Blew Bros
- & Co., Monon Bldg., Chicago, Ill. 28-6
SBears the The Kind You Havs Always Bohi
We invite the commu
nity to call in and inspeci
urnew .enterprise, and
wudespecially ask the~
housekeepers to call.
.[t is our purpose to ca.
ter to the delight of thE
rR. B.LDRYEA DRUG STORE
.ISAAC M. LORYEA, Prop.,
)Sign of the. .. Glolden Mortar,
SBeg to inform their many friends and custon
ers that they are prepared to supply their want
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 c
For Many Years
We have endeavored to give the very best al
tention to our customers' wants, and feel tha
1 we have succeeded.
Our stock of
icopeein every particular and every ani
Whni ee f 1 eDRUGS and MEDI
CINES canl on us and we can give you genera
sAI ORDERS receive our careful and in
mediate atention on d a on ehit.f
years we have earnestly striven to merit.
TH R. B. [RLIm DRG STOR
ISAAC M. LORYEA, roprietor,
Si.ign of the
* Golden Mortar
E MANNING, S. 0.
All Kinds and for all Purposes.
-When in the Marhet for
ENGINES, BOILERS, SAW MILLS,
BRiCK MACHINERY, ETC.,
S"THE MACH1NERY PEOPLE"
W. H.Gibbese& Co.
COLUlM&IA, S. C.
Th.e Gibbes Portable shingle Machine.
The Sherwin-Wlllams Paints Cover the Earth. The Sherwin..W1!!ama Painta Cover the Earth,
Rhame s Drug Store,
SUMMERTON, S. C.
BeStrong This Spring.
Spring finds many tired and debilitated. This
condition is a forcible warning of waste-laden
blood and and an exhausted nervous system. It
pays to remember that
cures the ills due to weakened nerves an impov
erished blood. It stimulates the appetite at.
once, assists digestion and assimilation, sup
plies the necessary constituents of bone, blood
and muscle. Courage and confidence are re-. .
stored and capacity for persistent labor in
creased. Makes you feel better and stronger in
every way. The most , effective and pleasant
spring tonic ever devised.
Costs but $x a Bottle.
RHAME'S DRUG STORE.
Yields fibrin and albumen-the constituents df
nerve and muscle. We use the best extract to
be had-one containing all the valuable ele
ments of fresh, lean beef.
I r '
carries oxygen to the blood-keeps it rich and
pure. We use an easily assimilated form of
iron-one free from all teeth corroding and con-.
aids- digestion-keeps the fires of life going
while repair is under way. We use a carefully
selected brand-one rich, mellow and sufficient
Customers like our Beef,, Iron and Wine; phy
sicians endorse and priscribe it. It is a time
tried' remedy for spring debility, poor blood and
Only 5o cents a Bottle.
RIIAME'S DRUG STORE,
SUMMERTON, S. C.
The Sherwln-WInIens Pafnds Cooer the Earth. The Sherwln.W!!IMn PaintS Cor the Eart.
In the purchasing of my spring stock I largely de
pended upon one of my assistants, Miss Hattie Bagnal
Iwho is not only intelligently qualified to judge of the
styles and fashions, but displays the best of taste, to aid
me, in order that I would be sure to please the most fas-~
NoI earnestly invite my lady friends to take a look
at telatest creations .in F
- Aristo Batiste,
-Satin a RubanF
Of course these are only a few lines in dry goods. I
Skeep everything in that department, and if my prices are
Inot as low as the lowest elsewhere, then I do not ask youi
patronage. I do not offer one article at a below cost price -
and make double the profit on something else.F
This department is where my experience as a mer-~
Schant manifests itself. I know a good shoe. and to retain~
trade I. must sell a good shoe. Come and look through
'this line, and I believe I sell you shoes which v:-il give
yugood service and save you money.
It is all nonsense to assert that "we are the 'nly
ones." Inspect my stock and if I cannot give you a it,
another market you will have to seek. Besides I have
accepted the sole agency for the celebrated made-to-order
line of D'Ancona & Co., fashionable tailors of Chicago,
Sand every suit I make is with a guarantee of nd fit no
Smoney. Com.e and see the samples now on exhibition in
Imy store. A gentleman can hiave a suit made to order
and get a perfect fit for almost what he can get a hand
Ime-down for. Give me a trial order, I know I will please
y Iwant your trade, and to getit I must meet compe
3 tition. This I- will do, for I am in business to sell goods
and am doing business on the principle of live and let
SaledChocolate Covered Almonds,
2 atdPecans, Salted Almonds,
Vanilla Chocolates, Jordan Almonds,
Chocolate Croquettes, Cream Peppermints. -
Marshmellows, Scotch Kisses,
Huyler's American Drop
Orange, Clear Mint,
Lemon, Assorted Fruit.
I LOUIS LEVI.
10C 10 C
He is the happy candidate because he has no compe
His Platform is
Low Prices & High Values.
He has f ought 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.... . ... ......
p let any one try and convine yotia .
Off their' 20t goods arer better than Tip's
10c. They are fooling you. 11oe in t
get samples from us and- compareh
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