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For Men and Women
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Will rest you while you work.
A natural physical culture develop
er without exercise, for men, women
Increases the height. Acts in
stantly. Positively reduces the stom
ach. Very vital for growing girls.
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Are you flat-chested?
Are you round-shouldered?
Do you cough?
Is one shoulder lower than the
Are you short-winded?
Are you ruptured?
Do your shoulder-blades protrude?
Any defect of the spine or lungs
Have you lumbago?
Have you pains in the back?
Have you a weak spine?
Have you curvature of the spine?
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Have you spinal trouble?
Do you think you have consump
Do you get fainting spells?
’ INDORSED BY EMINENT
Adrienne Health Brace weighs 3 oz.
Made of Linen, washable, adjusts it
self to any form and its secret is due
to the laws of physical culture.
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; FOR SALE BY
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natural goodness affects his relation to his fellow creatures, but not with God.
Before God the sinner is totally depraved, because there is in him noth
ing that can redeem him from the condemnation of God’s law. In his rela
tion to society there may be found many enobling and lovely qualities, that
win the good will and the praise of mankind. This good quality produce
good deeds that receive their reward. But where the soul of man is unre
pentent and unforgiven he stands condemned under God’s law, totally de
This book first appeared over fifty years ago. It was too early for a
book of this kind. It discovered a theme that was then up between the Ar
minian and Calvanistic combatants. It was not controversial and was ont
to the taste of either side. It was not Arminian, nor yet Calvanistic. It was
an independet, clear-cut, original examination of the subject, and it has taken
the religious world fifty years to get ready for it. I think that we can all
thank Bishop Candler for rescuing it from regions of forgotten books.
Atlanta, Ga. J. L. D. Hillyer.
With Our Exchanges.
One may say, “We can never attain to our ideals.” Rightly so. If we
could it would prove something wrong and a revision necessary. If you have
reached your summit, seek yet a higher peak and strive to plant your standard
there, where the air is sweet and rare, where the sunbeams come first and tarry
longest. Above all, let the light of optimism make bright your path and direct
your eyes to the gleaming slopes of the perfect ideal which we ever approach,
yet never reach.—Wesleyan Christian Advocate, (Atlanta, Ga.)
There are horrors which money eanot alleviate; calamities which riches
cannot rob of their terrors; sufferings which level all social distinctions and
cause men to feel their common powerlessness in the face of common pain.
Our hearts go up in prayer to God that, as a nation, that we may know
Him, who did not reveal himself in the earthquake, nor in the fire, nor in the
mighty storm-wind, but in the soft zephyrs of the breath of Heaven, as He
spoke to the prophet of old. So may He speak to ns, his people, and may we
heed His voice!—Christian Observer, (Louisville, Ky.)
A worker toiling for the glory of God and the uplift of his race has the
only ambition worth having in this world. He has his discouragements, it
is true, but he sees them vanish, at length, like the mists before the morning
sun Difficulties drift away in the march of events and the impossi-
ble takes its place in the region of things natural and easy. He is the king’s
captain fighting the battles of the Lord and waiting for the smoke of the
conflict to clear away from the field of struggle, only to find himself crowned
with glory and honor in the presence of His Master. —Biblical Recorder,
(Raleigh, N. C.)
There can be no event, no emergency, no need, which- may not be made
the subject of prayer. That it seems to us or to others insignificant has noth
ing to do with it. What we deem insignificant may be of great significance,
while moral issues the most momentous, and spiritual experiences the most
inspiring, and hence of transcendent interest to the God of all grace, may
be involved in these trifles.—Christian Index, (Atlanta, Ga.)
The wide prevalence of lawlessness is more due to the silence of pulpit
and press than to any other vital factors in our civilization. This is the sol
emn conviction of those who have given the matter serious thought. There
can be no doubt that preachers and editors can practically make an end of
the almost daily processions to graveyards, made necessary by the deeds of
murderers. The same men can so vitalize public sentiment that violators
of law will not escape punishment.—The Baptist Standard, (Dallas, Texas.)
It is easy to measure all work by one standard. It is a frailty in many
that they estimate great things from the view of one standpoint. One stan
dard can never give all values of the same thing. One view point can never
A Remarkable Georgia Remedy.
HALL’S CHRONIC COUGH CURE.
A Vegetable Combination of the most powerful Blood Purifier, Tonics and
Cough Remedies named in the United States Dispensary. It has no equal as
a cure for Consumption, Cancer, Catarrh of the Head, Throat, Lungs and
Stomach, Asthma, Bronchitis, Tonsilitis, Fistulas, Hemorrhages of the Lungs,
Carbuncles, Syphilis, Immediate or Constitutional Blood Poisoning, Croup,
Whooping Cough and all Skin Eruptions. Price 50 cents and one dollar per
bottle. For sale by druggists or write, HALL’S CHRONIC COUGH CURE
COMPANY, Cordele, Crisp County, Georgia.
Editor’s Note.—This is the first testimonial that I ever wrote for any
remedy; but having used Hall’s Chronic Cough Cure, and also investigated
its use by others, I believe it is a remedy of unusual worth.
W. D. Upshaw, Editor The Golden Age.
The Golden Age for May 10, 1906.
A Notre Dame Lady’s Appeal.
To all knowing sufferers of rheumatism,
whether muscular or of the joints, sciatica,
lumbagos, backache, pains in the kidneys
or neuralgia pains, to write to her for a
home treatment which has repeatedly cured
all of these tortues. She feels it her duty
to send it to all sufferers FREE. You cure
vourself at home, as thousands will testi
fy—no change of climate being necessary.
I’his simple discovery banishes uric acid
from the blood, loosens the stiffened joints,
purifies the blood, and brightens the eyes,
giving elasticity and tone to the whole
system. If the aoove interests you, for
proof address Mrs. M. Summers, Box 544.
Notre Dame, Ind.
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A number of little girls wore
boasting of the rank of their re
spective families. They had passed
from clothes to personal appearance,
then to interior furnishings and
finally came to parental dignity. The
ministers little girl boasted:
11 Every package that comes for
my papa is marked ‘D. D.’
“And every package that comes
for my papa is marked ‘M. D.’ ”
retorted the daughter of the physi
Then followed a look of contempt
from the youngest of the party.
“Hub!” she exclaimed. “Every
package that comes to our house
is marked ‘O. 0. D,’ ” —Philadelphia
EASY WAY TO CARVE.
Freddy lived in a boarding house
near where they had been excavat
ing for the subway. One day when
he saw his mother struggling with a
particularly steak the boarders were
convulsed to hear him pipe out:
“Mama, why don’t you blast it?”
TO THE TRUSTEES OF
The Churches of Every Denomination
We take the liberty of telling you that
every church will be given a liberal quan
tity of L. & M. Paint whenever they paint.
4 gallons of L. & M. mixed with 3 gal
lons Linseed Oil will paint a moderate
L. & M. Paint costs only $1.20 per gal
L. & M. Zinc hardens L. & M. White
Load and makes the paint wear like Iron.
Largest mills in the world use L. & M.
Arnold Print Works, North Adams, Mass.,
used nearly 17,000 gallons L. & M. Paint
made with 10,000 gallons L. &. M. and
7,000 gallons pure Linseed Oil.
For sale in every city, town and village
In the United States by some one merchant
who has exclusive sale therein. Look him
up and use the L. fy M. on -your church or
on your house, outside and inside