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• 75 and 77 AUBURN AVENUE
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~^SURL children. Home influences Delightfully located in the blue grass section of Ken-
Fi '■ ~'~ J tucky. 100 acres of beautiful lawn and woodland for pleasure grounds. Elegantly
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ISAUKS AT '/a THE COST.
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ji i from the factory you can save y 2 the cost and secure
jaw the manufacturer’s ten years guarantee. The sewing
machine agent buys front the dealer, the dealer from
jgsg the commission man; the commission man from the
manufacturer—each must have his profit—four profits
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K ■ I we have never had one dissatisfied customer. All are delighted.
p £vd Cl 2 (If) For e ’g hteen dollars we will send you, all
ra T a JHO.UU charg es prepaid our latest improved‘‘SOUTH-
the ■ LAND 1906 MODEL.” If bought from an agent this machine
Freight ■ * with complete outfit of attachments would cost you at least
v “ » $40.00; you save at least $20.00.
nrCPDIDTinM Our “SOUTHLAND 1906 MODEL” is the latest improved in every p Q r-
UrObnir I lull ticular. Has ball-bearings, runs lightly and almost noiselessly. Full
high arm, needle self-setting and shuttle self-threading, automatic bobbin winder, upper
tension self-threading with thread release. Stitch regulator, in front. Presser bar with high
and low lifts, adapted for all kinds of cloth. Double feed extends on both sides of needle.
Stand of latest ribbon type with patent dress guard. Woodwork of dark and rich golden oak,
piano finish swell front. Either drop head or box cover. Drop head sent unless otherwise
ordered. This machine is made of the very best materials by skilled workmen and is per
fect in mechanism and a thing of beauty. It is sure to please the most exacting.
IMF OFAin CDCC with each machine a complete equipment consisting of ruffler, tuck
lIC utHU i" FILL er, 4 hemmers, binder, braider, shirrer, foot hemmer. bobbins, oilcan
and oil. 2 screwdrivers, paper of needles, thumb screw, gauge and book of instructions.
IA/DITC Tfl HAY Reraem ber 1. You saves2o.oo (3profits) by ordering for yourself. 2.
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We pav the freight. Address SOUTHLAND SEWING MACHINE CO.
Thirty days free trial. Box-33- Louisville, Ky.
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The Golden Age for March 1, 1906.
The Tabernacle Bible Conference and the Southern Baract
and Philathea Assembly, Rev. Len G. Broughton
Director, March 8 to 18, 1906, Atlanta, Ga.
Atlanta, Ga., March 8-18, 1906.
The Eighth Annual March Tabernacle Bible Conference will convene
March Sth and close March 18th.
These Conferences have become a fixture in the religious life of our whole
section of country. Hundreds all over the South look forward to them with
During the past seven years the Conference has brought to Atlanta some
of the best Bible teachers and Christian workers to be found in the world.
The railroads in the South give special rates, and the boarding houses of
the city cut their prices for Conference people.
We believe we have the most helpful program for this year that we have
ever had. The list of speakers covers a range of experience very helpful in
every possible way.
Following is a partial list of the speakers: Rev. Samuel Chadwick,
Leeds, England; Dr. James M. Gray, successor to Dr. R. A. Torrey, Moody
Bible Institute, Chicago, HL; Dr. Arthur T. Pierson, editor The Missionary
Review of the World, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Dr. A. C. Dixon, pastor Ruggles Street
Baptist Church, Boston, Mass.; Dr. Robert Dick Wilson, professor of Old
Testament, Princeton Theological Seminary, Princeton, N. J.; Mr. W. R.
Moody, president Northfield Schools and Summer Conferences for Christian
Workers, East Northfield, Mass.; Rev. Melvin Trotter, Rescue Mission worker,
Grand Rapids, Mich.; Miss May N. Blodgett, Superintendent Tabernacle Bi
ble Training School, formerly of Detroit, Mich.. Dr. H. M. Hamil, super
intendent Sunday School Teachers’ Training Department of the Methodist
Episcopal Church, South; and President Mont Eagle Training School for
Sunday School Workers, Nashville, Tenn.; Mr. Marshall A. Hudson, presi
dent Baraca Union of America, Syracuse, N. Y.
Charlie Butler, of the Mount Hermon Quartette, now associated with
Torrey and Alexander, will be present during the w’hole conference and sing.
Rev. Samuel Chadwick, D. D., Leeds, England.
For five years the Tabernacle Conference has been trying to get Mr. Chad
wick, of Leeds, England. He is without doubt one of the greatest expository
preachers in the world. He is a close friend of Dr. G. Campbell Morgan, and
of him Dr. Morgan says: “He is the greatest preacher in England.” This is
a high recommendation from a high source.
This year we made special efforts to obtain Mr. Chadwick. Finally Dr.
Morgan was asked to go to see Air. Chadwick and lay before him the great
opportunities of the Tabernacle Conference and urge his coming. The effort
of Dr. Morgan at last succeeded, and the following cable message from him
settles the matter:
“Len. Broughton, Atlanta, Ga.—Chadwick coming. Sails February 28.
Dr. Chadwick will arrive in time to speak at the opening of the Confer
ence and will remain until the close, speaking every day.
It is likely that he will remain in this country a month before returning
to England. Special arrangements, therefore, may be made with churches Lor
short conferences, ranging from two to four days, with Dr. Chadwick as the
All Baraca and Philathea classes of the Southern States are expected to
send, at least, one delegate. The City Union of Baracas and Philatheas is
planning to furnish four days’ free entertainment for all Baracas and Phila
theas who come bringing credentials. Remember the Baraca and Philathea
part of the Conference is from March Sth to 11th. Baracas and Philatheas
send their names to Mr. A. L. Richards, 88 Luckie street, Atlanta, Ga. Do
this at once.
Baraca and Philathea Assembly.
This is a new feature, but is to be greatly owned of God, we believe. The
first three days of the Conference will be devoted in part to this important
line of Sunday School work.
Conference people wishing arrangements for board, etc., write Mr E.
H. Peacock, Tabernacle Office, Atlanta, Ga.
Nuggets From Our Exchanges.
IVme often kindles a fire of which drunkenness is the conflagration.
The saloon must go if we are to keep our homes, our liberties, our sons.
Some people have a sensitive conscience on the subject of other people’s
Many a young man might conjugate his ruin thus: Distill, drink, drunk,
Uiere is a notion abroad that to become cultured in science will produce
skepticism. Now, skepticism towards God and His word is not the product
of science, but of the carnal mind. Unbelief is the natural state of the
natural man. Natural science can cause neither faith nor unbelief. The
glorious things in science can only make the unbelieving “behold and wonder
and perish. But they fill the believing soul with a sense of unspeakable
delight as he beholds the wonders wrought by his Father’s hand The
“Baptist Flag” (Fulton, Ky.)