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AN INSIDIOUS DISEASE
THAT BREAKS DOWN
Rheumatism does not come on in a day; the THE STRONIEST
causes that produce it work silently in the system for years. This insidious
diseasTbecomes intrenched in the blood, and some exposure to cold or damp
weather, or slight indiscretion brings on an attack. Poor digestion, stomach
troubles, weak Kidneys, torpid Liver, and a general sluggish condition of
the system are responsible for Rheumatism. Food souring in the stomach
poisons the blood, the failure of the Kidneys and Liver to act properly leaves
waste matter and impurities in the system, which, coming in contact with
the natural acids of the body, form uric acid. This is absorbed by the blood,
and as it penetrates to the muscles, nerves and bones produces the terrible
pains and aches and other disagreeable symptoms of Rheumatism. Life is
made a torture by its excruciating pains, nerves are shattered, the heaith un
dermined, and if the disease is not checked it breaks down the strongest con
stitution. It will not do to depend on plasters, liniments, etc.; such treatment
is helpful in easing the pain and reducing the inflammation, but does not
reach the blood where the real trouble is located. S. S. S. cures Rheumatism
by purifying and invigorating the thin, acrid
S <, blood, driving out all impurities and poisons and
sending a stream of strong. rich blood to wash
out all irritating particles that are causing the
S 90 05 0 vain and inflammation. S. S. S. stimulates the
PURELY VEGETABLE. sluggish organs to better action. tones up the
stomach and digestion, restores nervous energy
and builds up the entire health. S. S. S. cures Rheumatism, whether acute
or chronic, and the cure is thorough and lasting. Book on Rheumatism
and any medical advice desired without charge.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA.
You are again brought to face the problem of stocking your
farms for another season with tools, implements. etc. We want
you to call on us when doing this. We are in the best position
to serve you that we have ever been. Our stock is the best
that experience, perseverance and money can make it, and we
are enabled to offer you a few things at very low prices, not
,withstanding the general advance in goods. These goods are
possibly a little cheaper than you can buy them in other mar
kets, to wit:
Dixie Boy Plows, Farquhar Plow Stocks, Georgial
Batchet Plow StocIs, Steel Shapes, Eto.
Besides these we have an excellent stock of SYRACUSE
PLOWS and TWO-HORSE MIDDLE-BREAKERS.
We are selling for the third season the
K. Pr Guano Distributors..
This distributor has easily proven itself to be the best thing of
the kind for general use. W-e also have the COLE GUANO
DISTRIBUTORS, which do such nice work distributing around
the growing crop. Do not fail to see our Corn and Cotton
American Steel Wire F.ing.
We are prepared to furnish this in any quantity. Let us know
what are your needs, our prices will induce you to buy.
0. K. Stoves and Ranges.
Commence by doing the right thing. make the cooking a pleas
ure instead of work. You can do this by putting one of our 0.
K. COOK STOVES IN YOUR KITCHEN. They never fail.
Very truly yours,
Manning ardware Cri
-To Farmers and
We have added an up-to-date Seed Depart
ment to our grocery line and have just re
ceived our'first shipment of Seeds from the
reliable house of T. W. Wood & Sons of Riqh
We Have Exclusive Control of Their Seeds
and can supply your wants at catalogue
We also carry in stock Wod' Poultry
Grain Food and Shredded Alfalfa, the proper
foods to make hens lay during the winter
Our motto is, to keep what the other fellow
don't and if we haven't got it, let us know
and we will get it.
-The Manning Grocery Co.
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and comfort,equipped with the latest Pullman
Dining, Sleeping and Thoroughfare Cars.
For rates, schedule, mnaps or any informa-=
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Our watchwoirt-Agitate. Edu.
Pc~ ht hepig ine. I promnie not to, bu.
drink. sell Ur give
lntoxie*ting:. iquors wl.!c I live:
Froin bad c.mhp:tiois u-' I l':i
And never take I:o's n:,lzim , vail.
Iev. i. F. IB. Tinlling , Liverpool. .g.
The world's businesSdemands
competence and generally se
cureis it through competition for
bread and butter, while philan
thropy, depending upon volun
tary service, must take the work
ers and th e wvork it canl get, these
being often of doubtful value.
On the other handphilanthropy,
in the tenpe-ance cause and
elsewhero, draws upon higher
powers and nobler sentimen ts
than are necessary to the satis
faction of employer and to suc
cess in the market: and when
these. instead of ignoring busi
ness qualities, undertake their
direction. according to ability
and opportunity, we have the
competent workers who are sure
to carry a good cause, through
stages of progress, to victory.
More coimonly, howevercon
science that does not cominand
consecration stirs to various
measures of activit'y, or the per
suasion of parent, pastor, or
friend secures some kind of co
operation which may even, with
its social connections, be accept
ed for the most important of
fices. Thus a noble cause may
be represented-and hindered
by a half-hearted president. a
disorderly treasurer, or a listless
secretary-all of them "Chris
tian"* people, conventiolally cor
rect and spiritually incompetent.
The temperance cause proba
bly has a full share of this kind
of'service. The writer recalls
some samples of' experience, es
pecially in small places where
helpers were necessarily few. He
thinks of doors closed at the
time appointed for meeting,- of
contradictory announcements of
the hour, of the neglect of press
and pulpit notices, and of the ab
sence of temperance pledges: m
each case because "someone had
blundered." The same ineffici
ency is often present, though
comparatively unobserved, in
the larger executive of populous
place4 and everywhere it means
the diminution of opportunity
and the restraint of power. A
sight of what might have been
would startle the incompetent,
especially if it fashed upon them
the conviction that they were re
sponsible for the difference be
ween the possible and the ac
ual, for the waste of service and
the loss of souls. We are told
hat the head shows the meas
re of capacity, and the face the
se that has made of it. There
is truth in the saying, bnt far
less than the whole truth,for de
votion discovers unexpected pow
rs, and faith works with God,
who "calleth those things that
be not as though they. were."
"There are diversities of gifts,"
but the one Spirit is ready to
make the best of every one, and
under His fully accepted in
luence each worker becomes
ompetent for the duties of her
Competence is temperance
work, which is rightly judged by
the W. C. T. U. to be spiritual
work, depends upon a steadfast
purpose, the use of common
means, and the experience of di
Purpose corresponds with per
sonality; as we will, so we are.
The dominant purpose of most
lives is selfish: Ghrist teaches
love. A few learn from him
thoroughly many slightly. Where
the steadfast purpose is not
wought by love, the work may
be interrupted or marred at any
moment by the intrusion .of sel
fish interests. Where love is
perfect the opportunity of self
is the opportunity for sacrifice.
It has been truly said that if two
angels were sent fr-om heaven to
rue a world and to sweep a street,
they would not .quarrel about
theIr respective parts. Christ
is the Lord of angels and the
"Head of the body, the church,"
every member of which may
theefore manifest His spirit, as
it shares His life.
Thle competent worker will
make large use of common
means. Obviously some means
of influence and~service are avail
able only to certain classes or
individuals, but much is within
the reach of all, though proba
bly most of it is as generally un
kown as was the medicinal
property of scores of plants and
minerals in unscientific times.
The attraction of cheerful meet
-ings and of popular music and
eloquece is not half so sure as
the magnetic influence of a kind
word and a personal service,
however small. Human inter
ests are infinitely various, and
s are the ministeries adapted
'to them: and, as in the latest
liht what seemed inert nature
is found to be in ceaseless move
mnt and pur-poseful progress.
so all the elements of personal
and social life, when harmonized
by the spir-it of consecration, be
come the competent worker's
means of advancing the cause of
eperanJce and the Kingdom of
But in so great a' conflict as
that of the tediperance cause
human will and skill are not suf
ficient to establish competence,
and the best means and methods
must wait upon divine aid. As
the temperance worker looks up
on the forces of evil which he
has (-hallenged-- the passions ol
din l- ruined men and wo3men,
and thte tinancial resources and
poiia power of the r-uthless
.,mat. wich s ensaved hem
he may well exclaim with Saint
Paul, "Who is sufficient for these
things?" Yet his, like the apos
,tle's, is a winning cause, .nly
the winning power in both cases
is divine. The temperance work
er, however qnalified otherwie,
is only competent whcn baptized
with the Holy Ghost. Happily
this supreme endowment is of
fered to all, and in the slums of
American cities the competence
of some of these workers is con
stantly evidenced in the imme
diate deliverance of drunkards
through the p-eaching of the
Gospel of Christ.
Caught Cold While Hunting a Burglar.
Mr. Wm. Thos. Lanorgan, provin
cial Constable at Chapleau. Ontario,
says: "I ciught a severe cold while
huuting a burglar in the forest swamp
las: fall. Hearing- of Cha-nberlain's
Cough Remedy. I tried it., and after
using two small bottles.I was complete
1y cured." This remedv is intended es
Peelally for coughs and colds It will
loosen and relieve a severe cold in less
time than by any other treatment and
is a favorite wherever its superior ex
tJ!ec:e has become known. For sale
by The Arant Co. Drug Store, success
ors to The RU. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Dispensary or Anti-Dispensary.
iditr ie Manning Times:
For- the past twelve months or
more. the readers of The Man
ning Times generally have been
reading a good deal in regard to
the question of whiskey in South
Carolina and the best solution
as to the same as different writ
We have had the dispensary
plan under the dispensary law,
prohibition and high license re
spectively presented to the read
ers as the best solution, has its,
advocates and its supporters.
All this being so, it was sup
p)osl that thme advocates for
each mentioned solution would
have candidates for office before
the people, both State and coun
ty in the approaching primary
It now appears from the tenor
of the writings of some writers
that prohibition and high license
will cut no figure separately in
the comingDemocra tic campaign,1
but rather the more ultra prohi
bitionist and the high license
tricksters are clandestinely form
ing a combination, and on elec
tion day will rally on the stan
dard of anti-dispensaryism,there
by hoping by this kind of trick
to defeat the friends of the dis
pensary and dispensaryism,
The issue has now been sim
mered down and in the next cam
paign will be dispensary and
anti-dispens<.ry and prohibition,
and high license will be silent
partners in the game will be held
under cover and will play a hid
We will venture the prediction
that the tricky high license trick
sters will not with their cunning1
be able to "hoodwink and bam
booze" all the prohibitionists fdr
there are maay sincere and con
sistent prohibitionists not in this
spiteful crusade against the dis
pensary for they have many mis
givings as to overthrowing the
dispensary for the venture of
prohibition and the enactment of
prohibition legislation that will
never prohibit but instead will
ever prove a ridiculous and a hu
miliating failure as well as a dead
letter on the statues of South
As the anti-dispensaryites and
the enemies generally of the dis
pensary have organized for the
political fight that is soon to
come off, it behooves the dispen
saryites and the well wishers of
of the dispensary in all parts of
the State to organize as well and
meet organization with organiza
The enemnies of the dispensary
had better seek the whereabouts
of the Legislature dispensary in
vestigating committee and im
plore them to come to the rescue,
for if they do not the enemies of
the (dispensary will find them
selves in a leaky boat and the
whole outfit will be swamped on
the last Tuesday in next August.
The-committee has been quite
mum since the adjournment of
the legislature and it now ap
pears that they have been un-.
able to make any new imaginary
discoveries of affairs or any short
comings of the dispensary of
For the past years dispensary
humbug investigations there was
nine thousand dollars of the peo
ples money expended, and the
only fruits realized was a rich
financial harvest that fell into
the pockets of the members of
the investigation committee and
in the pockets of witnesses who
made it appear that they knew a
great deal about the wrong do
ings of the dispensary officials
when really they couldn't tell
anything, and have simply made
themselves the laughing stock
of all sensible persons without
as well as within the State.
At the last session of the legis
lature that body appropriated
en thousand dollars more to en
able the mnvestigating committee
to farther proceed in their do
nothing business, making in all,
nineteen thousand dollars money
of the people, spent to as poor
a purpose as any money was ever
Even with all this expenditure
of money the investigations of
the committee have not un
earthed one dollar of stolen mon
ey belonging to the State.
In the opinion of all reason
able and fair minded persons,
t h e dispensary investigating
committee has been a failure, for
all the accused dispensary of
ficials are still at large, and still
walk the soil of South Ca
with impunity, and if the
mittee has discovered so
damaging evidence agaims
tan dispensary othecials,
have they not been ai
Iandl placed in "limbo."
Ae the accused officials privi
lege characters and are they ium
mune to arrest? We think not.
When the next session of the
Legislature convenes the legis
lature dispensary investigating
committee will have been in ses
sion for two years, nineteen
thousand dollars of the peoples
money will have been exended
and not a one of the accused dis
pensary oficials is today wear
Accusation and assertion never
has been nor never will be proof
and for this reason we can hard
ly believe the voters of South
Carolina will politically kill the
dispensary law in the next pri
Matters in regard to the dis
pensary law beyond any reason
able contradiction is now quiet
ing down and we believe the peo
ple are taking a more rational
view of matters concerning the
In a primary election the coun
ty dispensary won in Florence
and we believe the State dispen
sary is going to win in the dem
ocratic primary election of the
State next August.
"Dispensary or Anti-Dispen
sary will be the issue in the next
democratic State campaign and
the result of the next democratic
primnary election will be dispen
sary or anti-dispensary.
GEo. R JONES.
Davis Statio'n, S. C., March 28,
Stomach and Liver Trouble Cured.
Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup cures
stomach and liver trouble as it aids di
gestion, and stimulates the liver and
bowels without irritating these organs
like pills and ordinary catbartics. It
cures indigestion and sick headache
and chrl'onic constipation. Orino Laxa
tive Fruit Syrup dos 11nt nanseate or
ipC and is mild and pleasant to take.
Rl-efuse substitutes. The Arant Com
pany Drug Store. successors to The
R. B. Loryea's Drug Store.
In Plain English.
"To Wool Hats Undismayed."
Editor Tne Manning Times:
In your issue of the 28th, you have an
irticle from your New Zion correspon
lent over the initial B criticising my
recently written coinmunications for
ind published in, THE TIEs, all of
xhich the readers are familiar with.
- Besides, the readers have B's article
3efore them and we guess they have
ilso read the same.
We are glad to note that B's good
ense compels him to admit that the
6vriter's dispensary arguments is logi
al, even though he mistakes patriot
sm;"for a narrow factional spirit!'
We have for several years past believ
d that factionalism is dead, and for
his reason if no other, we would be
he last one to revive it and we chal
enge the proof from -any source to
how that we are trying to do so.
"Factionalism" we dare say, did in
he past, in a measure, cut, some figure
n 'landing into public ofiice a class of
pen" through misplaced 'iconfidence,"
who has since shown their insincerity
t principle, and today, are no more
aor less than political turncoats.
SWe are glad to know that people on
B's side of the water have no objection
to the writer advocating his ideas on
she .liquor question, and that they ex
send the same right to him to do so
that they extend to others, and for the
informiation of B, we will say, nowherej
i our recent writings have we charged~
anyone in his section with beiner a poli
tical "traitor" even if they do disagree
with the "sage of Davis" as the oracle
:>f New Zion charges, and we agree
with him in every particular in regard
to those who served their country so
"well in war and in peace," and will
ever contend that the. Confederate
soldiers was the grandest, and the
noblest soldiers that the viorld has
ever seen. Some of these old soldiers
gree with the writer that the dis
pensary plan is the best solution of the
vexing question of whiskey in South
Carolina, while others differ with him.
Many old soldiers admire and confide
in Senator Tillman and will vote for
him, but none will "-fall down and
worship Tillman" as the "oracle of
New Zion writes.
B. writes that his "people resent the
writer's appeal to "wool hats"and they
regard it nothing more ncr less than
an insult to their 'intelligence for any
man to appeal to them in such a man
ner." We ai-e indeed sorry that is- so,
for we have good friends in B. 's coun
try and we would not int-entionally in
sult them under- any circumstances
whatever. "The people are r-eady to
listen to the wvriter or anybody else
whenever he or they have.ideas to ad
vance, but this must be based upon
common reasoning and not factional
hoodwinking." The writer believes
that the people of B. 's section is an
intelligent and reasonable people and
will believe us when we tell them that
we take no stock in ci-eating "factional
We have' no knowfedge who THE
MANNING TIMEs' correspondent B. is,
and hereafter if he has anything more
to corn nunicate through- the public
print in reference to the writinzs of
the writer, he must fight openly, strike
straight from the shoulder by writing
his grievances over- his own signature
and not over an initial for if he does,
we will pay no further attention to his
In all the writer's communications
he writes them over his own signature,
in plain English.
GEO. Rt. .JONES.
Davis Station, S. C M1arch 31. 1900.
The Richest man in the World.
The richest man in the woi-ld can
not have his kidneys replaced nor live
without them, so it is important not to
neglect these organs. If Foley's Kidney
Cure is taken at the first sign of dan
ger, the symptomns 'Will disappear ad
our health will be r-estored, as it
strenghens and builds up these or-gans
as nothing else will. Oscar Bowman,
Lebanon. Ky.. writes: " I have used
Foley's Kidney Cure and take gi-eat
pleasure in stating it cured me permna
nently of kidney disease, wvhich certain
iy wo'uld have cost me my life.'" The
Aiant Co. Drug Store, successors to
The R. B. Loryea Dr-ug Stor'e.
A woman has to purse her lips in or
der to carry car fare in her mouth.
A woman can pick out goods that
will wvash, but she always gets children
Grip Quickly Knocked Out.
--Some weeks ago during the severe
winter weather both my wife and my
self contracted severe colds which
speedily developed into the worst kind
of la grippe with all its miserable
symptoms," says Mr. J. S. Egleston of
~aple Landing, Iowa. "Knees and
joints aching, muscles sore,head stopped
im.eves and nose running, with alter
>ells of chills and fever, aWe be
ing Chamberlain's Cough Rem
ding the same with a double
,f Chamberlain's Stomach and
Tablets. and by its liberal use
ompl~)etely knocked out the grip."
y The Arant Co. Drug Store,suc
Editor The Maining Times:
Last Tuesday evening after
the regular m eeting of the
Knight's of Pythias, a banquet
was held by the members in
their new hall. There was a good
attendance of the membcrs and
several visitors were- also pres
ent. Hon. E. D. Smith of Lynch-.
burg was present and delivered.
an address. He, as usual, made
a fine speech, at times having
the crowd roaring with laughter
and then in a few minutes have
them in a deep study. Among
the visitors present were Messrs
Smith, Brown: McIntosh and
Kilpatrick of the Lynchburg
lodge and Mr. W. D. Gamble of
the Mayesville 1 o d g e. The
Knights of Pythias was organ
ized at this place with only
eleven members about two years
ago.and although two have been
removed by death, they Bow
number more than thirty.
Mr. S. C. Turbeville and his
son, Dave, spent last Tuesday in
Manning on business.
Mrs. I. W. Pittman, accom
panied, accompanied by her
brother,Mr. John F. Turbeville,
left Wednesday afternoon for her
home in N.. C. Mr. Turbeville
returned Sunday night.
Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Powell of
Columbia arrived here Saturday
night and will spend sometime
visitifig at the home of Mr.R.W.
Mr Clyde Torbeville spent
Saturday and Sunday at his
home near Lake City.
Dr. W. H.Woods left for Sum
ter Thursday where he went to
take a patient to Dr. Mood's in
firmary fQr the purpose of being,
We are glad to report that Mr.
P. P. Rowland, who was very
sick during the past week,is able
to be up again.
Mr. S. C. Turbeville has mov
ed his stock of goods into his new
store. This is a very large build
ing having 5400 square feet of
floor space of which 1800 square
feet will be used as a hall by the
W. 0. W. and the K. of P. of
Turbeville, S. C., April 2, '06.
Living indoors so much during the
winter months creates a sortof a stuffy,
want-of-ozone condition in the blood
and system generaly. Clean up and get
ready for spring. Take la few Early
isers. Thes- famous little pills cleanse
the liver, stomach and bowels and give
the blood a chance to purify itself.
They relieve headache, sallow com
plexion, etc. Sold by The Arant Co.
Drug Store, successors to The R. B.
oryea Drug Store.
An English paper is collecting name
oncidences. At Cambridge universi
ty are two Japanese students, ML Seda
ad M. Wisugi (pronounced whisky).
Their names are side by side on the
residence list. J1. Hunter reports that
e was once asked to fill a vacant vil
lage pulpit. The regular preacher bore
the name of Fox. In Leeds Mi1ss Orange
married a MIr. Peel. There is fear that
an offspring of this happy union will
yphenate the two surnames. Another
matrimonial case Is quoted by a corre
spondent from the published "Diary of
John Epps, 31. D)." On page G305 the
doctor notes: "Feb. 17. ThIs morning
a patient consulted me named Ann
Devil. Finding she was a single womn
an, I suggested that some day she
might become Ann Angel, which made
her smile, though she was In great
pain." A note made later states, "The
curious thing is that she did marry a
Cures Oolds; Provents Peaeumonfa
The 31indM Quickness of Operation
and How It Is Fleasured.
Let a dozen or twenty persons take
hold of hands in a ring. Each is to
press the hand of his right hand neigh
b.or as soon as he receives a pressure
from the left. One person starts the
pressure going and at the same instant
observes the position of the second
hand of a watch. The pressure passes
all around the circle, and when it .ar
rives at the originator he notes how
many seconds were required for the
given number of persons in succession
to receiv~e an impression and make up
their minds to act in response. The
total time is then divided by the num
ber of persons. This is a crude illus
tration of the reaction time which we
measure with great accuracy on single
As the mental portion of the reaction
time becomes more complicated the
time becomes longer. For example,
the processes of mental discrimination
and choice require times of their own.
The way we get these "higher'' mental
processes can be illustrated in a sim
pe way. A person placed in a quiet
room is to tap a telegraph key every
time he sees ai red light, which can be
produced at the will of the experi
menter in the recording room. The in
terval of time between the actual ap
pearance of the light and the moment
the key is tapped is accurately meas
ured. For awhile nothing but the red
light is used, this to obtain the simr le
reaction time. Then red and yellow
lights are turned on in irregular suc
cession. The person has now to -dis
criinate between two colors and to
choose between action and nonaction.
The increase of time required over the
simple reaction time gives the dis
crimination time for two colors. In an
other set of experiments three colors are
used, then four colors. As the discrim
ination and choice become more com
plicated more time is required.
The importimee of rapid and accurate
reaction and discrimination is evident.
Astronomers have difficulty in record
ing the moment at wvhich a star passes
a line in the telescope. ;The sports
man must pull the trigger' at just the
proer moment. The footbhll player,
the fencer and the boxer are trained
i rapidity of discrimination and reace
tion. It is very evident that a player'
or a pugilist who takes a a"' time
for discrimination, choice an
will give a decided advani
Deste The Kind You Have
FOR TItE BAZAAR WEEK.
White Homespun. Sc. a
- 32 inches wide- 5c. the
Check Homespun 6c.
quality, 5c. the yard.
36 inch Percales, light
colors, 8 1-2c. the yard.
Chambries in all colorsi
at 8 1-2c. the yard.
for the Bazaar week at
The Krasnoff Mercantile
Gall and-see the s6lendi
offers we make f this
In one of our show Windows you will
see a beautiful Hand-painted .
IChina Dinner Set
SFourty-two pieces; which will be giv~en free
to any one of my customers who holds the
lucky number. We will give a coupon for.
every twenty cents purchase maade at our
Sstore, which entitles the holders to-a chance ~
Sat this Set. Don't forge't to see it, and-have
_us explain, and if you are looking for
SHOES, H ATS, CAPS, SHIRTS, HEAVYN
SDERWEAR OR GENTS' FURNISHIN6S.
of any. kind, come to see us before you buy.
M oney saved is money made. We espiecially
Sinvite your attention to our Line of
~ .MD.avis& Co