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ACCEPTED ADVICE Of
HER GEORCIA FRIEND
"I Don't Think It Can Be Excelled,"
Mrs. Ida Vernon, of Anderson, Grate
ful for )Her Good Fortune.
"Tanlac is the finest. tonic I have
ever taken. I don't think it can be
excelled." These emphatic statements
were made by Mrs. Ida Vernon, of
31 Henderson St., Anderson, in an
endorsement of Tanlac she gave May
23. "I took Tanlac for a badly run
down condition and my health was
so bad I was unable to do my house
work when I began taking Tanlac. I
employed a cook then. I had indiges
tion badly, and lots of foods I cauldn'e
eat, because of the suffering they
would cause me. Really, I was just
a nervous wreck. I had been under
treatment almost gontinuously for
almost five years, but I did not seem
to improve any.
"A friend in South Georgia told me
about Tanlac and I took it. And the
Tanlac got me to feeling as well as
I ever flt in my life. My appetite
was returned to me, the indigestion
was stopped and my whole system
was strengthened. Tanlac surely did
help me wonderfully. I gained about
ten pounds in weight, too."
Tanlac, the Master Medicine is
sold by Dickson's Drug Store, Man
ning; L. W. Nettles, Jordan; Shaw
& Plowden, New Zion; Farmers' Sup
ply Co., Silver; D. C. Rhame, Sum
ITEMS FROM PAXVILLE
The trustees of the Paxville graded
school have completed their plans con
cerning the much needed rep~airs on
our school building, and work wvill
commence duriag this wveek.
Mrs. Atlie Bradham and her mother
came up from Mannjing last Monday
to spendl a while at the home of Mr.
R. B. Bradhami.
Misses Annie Bradham, and Grace
Weinberg returnedl last week from
Mullins where they wvent to visit Mr.
P. C. Bradham.
Rev. A. S. Lesley, pastor of the
Methodist church, has called in the
protractedl service for hi-. church
which was to begin on next Sunday,
until sonme time during October.
Mr. W. R. McLeod and fpimily
motored to Charlotte, N. C., last wveek
for a fewv (lays visit to relatives there.
Miss Mamie Touchb~erry is back
from Greenwood wvhere she has been
for several wveeks.
WOMAN'S MISSIONARY SOCIETY
August Meeting of the Woman's Mis
sionary Society of the Paxville
Because of this meeting coming in
the heated season special effort was
put forth by the President, Miss Jes
sic Curtis, to make it an attractive
Folks Who Know
For malarial headache, Grangc
Liver Regulater catirely relieved mry
trouble.-J. Height, Wetumpka, Ala.
H~ad heavy headache. Vomited
twice to slx timee a da y. F'our doses
of G ranger Liver Regulator made me
wvell.-Loundas P. lirindley, Somer..
Mother had sick headache. Granger
Liver Regulator did her mnoro good
than all the medicine she had taken
beforo.-Pearley Davis, Paclo, Ala.
I never expect to be without it in
my home.-Jenle Usey, Gadsden, Ala.
I s a great saver of doctors' bills.
..-Louis N. Kent, Hlonoraville, Ala.
There Is none better.-Dr. T. E.
Cothram, Alexis, Ala.
All druggists sell Granger Liver
Regulator-25c, Try it,
Have you gott
now while the
rner's needs nc
WE WANT '
one. It was held on the lawn of Mrs.
S. E. Curtis, on last Wednesday after
noon, August 1st, which had been
made very attractive by the use of
flags floating gaily among the trees,
and shrubbery. Beautiful pot plants
and vases of cut flowers were tastily
arranged. The subject for the meet
ing was "The Kingdom of God in
Home Mission Schools-The Kingdom
of God in Brazil." The president
opened with the beautirui Bible les
son, "Following Christ in Seeking the
Lost." At Jesus' feet we must learn
the art and mystery of soul winning;
to live with Christ is the best educa
tion for usefulness. Live with Jesus,
follow Jesus, and he will make you
fishers of men. Live in fellowship
with Christ, and there shall be about
you an air and a manner as of one
who has been made in heart and mind
apt to teach and wise to win souls.
The membership joined in the singing
of Hymns 395-402, accompanied by
Miss Vivian Curtis on the violin.
Special prayer was made for the
teachers in home mission schools, and
for the missionaries in Brazil. The
secretary reported the issuing of invi
tations to the Pinewood and Andrews'
Chapel societies to meet with us on
this occasion. It was the regret that
there was no response by presence of
either society. Under the head of
business was the election of Mrs. Alex
Reynolds for secretary, and Mrs. W.
R. Keels as treasurer, to serve in
definitely. Next Thursday afternoon
was designated as- "Clean-up Day,"
for the church and premises. Miss
Ethel Corbett was appointed to ar
range a literary and musical program
to be given in the near future for the
benefit of the church piano fund. The
subject being "Educational Evange
lism." The two leaflets were pre
sented by Miss Ethel Corbett and Mrs.
Joe Mims, Jr. One of these, "Educa
tional Evangelism in Brazil" assigned
to Miss Corbett had been carefully
studied and she gave the gist of its
contents in a short talk. She had
madle also a dlirectory of all who are
doing Educational Evangelism for the
Council in Brazil, and located the dif
ferent schools by placing gold stars
up)on the map outline. Our mission
aries and all who have studliedl con
ditions in our sister rep~ublic are con
vinced that educational evangelism is
necessary to correct Roman Catholie
error and( to plant dleeply in the life
of Brazil the faith of the risen living
Christ. One of the great opportuni
ties for Educational Evangelism in
Brazil would result from the estab
lishment of an institution for the
higher education of young womeni in
Rio de Janerio. This beautiful city,
with its population of more than a
million, offers an ideal location for
college for girls undIer strong christ
"Educational E'vangclhsm1 in Our
Home Mission Schools" wvas p~resentedl
by Mrs. Joe Mims as a symposium of
ten schools condIuctedI Iy tihe council
in our own land. She madle the open
ing speech in a very impressive muan
ner, andl introduced the princip~al of
the several schools, then placedI stars
upon the may outline, map of the
United States, as the dliff'erenit schools
were presentedl by members of tile
Brevardl Institute, of North Caro
lina, and~ Holding Institute, at Laredo,
Texas, were each represented by Mrs.
T. W. Gunter. Very interesting facts
concerning the San Francisco School
and the Smi Bennett Mecmorial School,
locatedI in eastern Kentucky were re
lated by Miss Hattie Hlerlong.
Mrs. John Hlolladay was assignedl
the Ruth Hlargrove Institute at Key
West, Fla., and the Virginia K. John
son Home, at Dallas, Texas, but was
preventedI from atten(JIng.
Vashti Industrial School, and Paine
Annex (Our Negro School) at Au
gusta, Ga., were assigned Mrs. Wash
Keels, but for lack of time, only men
tion of them were made. The month
ly bulletin was distributed in slips to
which was attached a white rose and
enembers were requested to read in
tuarn, As the offering was being
d6us Crowds to Our Store
DDS AT REAL BARGAIN
en your share yet? You si
choosing is good. It will p
EOU TO SEE THESE BAR
made, Miss Vivian Curtis rendered social half hour was then spent dur
very sweetly the violin solo "Trau- ing which several phonograph selce
merie." The program was conclud- tions were enjoyed. Refreshments
ed with a chain of prayer for Brazil consisting of ham and chicken sand
d our home mission schools. A wiches, tea cakes and iced tea were
We are forced to s
We will move in 30 da,
and our stock must b
price. Every Man, -Wor
tend this Bargain Sale.
gain House and save 50c
FREE Ice Cold Drinks t<
ing Day of
W. L. Dougjlass' Famous Shoes. Wear Like I
SLot Men's Work Shirts, worth~
75c., Sale Price, each......... ~
1 Lot Ladies' Tailored Waists, A 9
worth $1.00, Sale Price, each ... c
2,000 Yards of White homespun, 40-inches
Our Special Price for this Sale, the yard.
200 Men's Strawv Hats, worth 1,000 Uncle
$3.00, Removal Sale Prie'hrs eo
--h ---.._..-__-.. _ 9 8- Phrce, eh v.
200 Ladies' Skirts in all 7~John B. Stei
colors. Sale Pr'ice, each 'going in this S
1 lot Ladies' Trimmed Hats, 200 Men's 'I
wrth $3.00, special for 89csell fast a $20J'
Our prices "submarine" all competitors. Comn
Trade! and Travel!
Don't be misled by false statements and fake
and get a fair deal. Sale conducted by J. Bate
Every Day, Because
Lould do your purchasing
ay you to buy next sum
'N Y MORRIS NESS, Manager.
MANNING, S. C.
served by some young people of the
auxiliary. C id e r
Mrs. T. W. Gunter, FOR FLETCHER'S
Supt. of Publicity. C A S ?T O R I A
Paxville, S. C., Aug. 6, 1917.
ell our Large Stock of
se at unheard of prices.
rs into the W alker Store x
reduced regardless of
nan and Child should at
Come to Goldstein's Bar- e
on the dollar. Sale starts
ING, AUGUST 104
) all who attend the Open- ;
the Big Sale.
roni, will sell on the Opening Day at $2.19.
500 Pairs Men's U ni i.o n-Ma dI e
Heavy Blue Overalls Worth $1.50. e
100 Pairs Men's Summer Pants., 8
wide, worth 15c. anywhere in the world, 8
Sam $1.00 Work | 1 lot Ladlies' Silk Waists, tail
Sae49c <>red models, worth $.0
-Removal Sale Prceach
son H-lats 1 lo~t es $300 S hoe
ale at 98 to sell on $3.0ghtoes air
'ailored Suits, to 150 Men's all-wool Coats,
0s"$4.98 " iSale8 a $1.98
e and see for yourself. Attend The Big Sale. Treat!1
sales. Drive straight to Goldstein's Bargain House x4
s Gerald, the Bombing Bargain King of Dixie.K