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SAY IT PLAIN!
This is the exact
size and shape of
I an elegant ladies’
I Bpjßi*—2?W Purse Mirror we
I sen( l you for
I tl SIX cents in
I stamps with this
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iHagKn & Dodd Co.,
I ATLANTA, GA.
The Golden Age for July 5, 1906.
"T ®b A piano° O Nearly 500 L. ®. B. Club
W Pianos Sold
Inside of Seven Months and Every Customer Satis
fied. The following is an example of the appreciation ex
pressed by over 400 club members:
Gaylesville, Ala., Sept. 2, 1905.
Messrs. Ludden & Bates,
Dear Sirs—Club piano received in good order. We are well
pleased with it. Better and nicer than pianos sold here by
agents for from $350 to SSOO. Our little town is pretty well
stocked with pianos of different makes, and it is considered I
that we have the best piano in tow n.
We thank you for your selection and prompt shipment,
mix. x. & »nox Yours with best wishes,
To club members at $287 (Signed) J. R. Williams.
monthly with interest quar- . Write for Booklet No 38and full particulars about free
terly, or yearly terms if you life insurance to club members.
like LUDDEN & BATES S. IT. H.,
L. & B. Pianos are Warranted for a Life Time.
A Remarkable Georgia Remedy.
HALL’S CHRONIC COUGH CURE.
A Vegetable Combination of the most powerful Blood Purifiers, Tonies and
Cough Remedies named in the United States Dispensatory. 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.
COX j|b College and Conservatory
College Park, /SfecHsk .
. <' Delightfully situated in a beautiful
Oeorgia. suburb of Atlanta, with most salu-
IL<|> - r ’ ons climate, COX COL"
LEGE and CONSRRVA
TORY offers many advan.
tages to students from any
'•fl-P art America.
WOWW/ fl begn,s Sc P u 1 Ith « ’y o6 ’
’• with 25 instructors
from American and
a European universities
• Broad courses of study,
high standards, fine
patronage. Music, Painting, Elocution are specialties. Conservatory, under distinguished di
rectors, has 9 teachers, 50 pianos, pipe organ. Building equipped with all modern conveni
ences ; many improvements made recently. For catalogue and illustrations, address
ADIEL J. MONCRIEF, President, or WILLIAM S. COX, Manager.
ij ■! JmH The foremost Osteopathic College in the East. Situated in the world-acknowl
a edged center of medicabraining, with Hospitals. Anatomical Museums, Free Public
■ Lectures and Clinics open to Osteopathic students.
Dissection and Clinical advantages unequalled by any other school. For cata-
I logue address the College. 33rd and Arch Sts., Philadelphia, Pa.
the best (I)
Zgyw. of the really good coffes
N £ B^ ,d MAXWELL HOUSE BLEND. *1
I sea * ed can from your grocer for proof of purity.
Welsh Neck High School,
Hartsville, S. C.
WEspOWMWfiafe- . |
1. One of the largest and best equipped eo-ed
ucational boarding schools in the South.
2. Twelve years of successful history.
3. A competent corps of instructors.
4. A large plant, electric lights, steam heat,
hot and cold baths.
5. Students prepare lessons under direction of
teachers every night.
6. Healthy location: pure artesian water.
7. Thorough course of study; literary, music,
8. Our graduates make success! 1 men and
9. Very moderate cost; write for our catalog.
It will please you.
ROBERT W. DURRETT, Principal.