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May 12, 1915]
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FRECKLES Don't MMo Thom With a Voll; Rtmov* Thorn With Tho Othlno ProocHptlon ThiB prescription for the removal of freckles was written by a prominent physician and is usually so successful in removing freckles and giving a clear, beautiful complexion that it is sold by druggists under guarantee to refund the money if it fails. Don't hide your freckles under a veil; get an ounce of othine and remove them. Even the first few applications should show a wonderful improvement, some of the lighter freckles vanishing entirely. Be sure to ask the druggist for the double strength othine; it is this that is sold on the money-back guarantee. TRY THIS FOR YOUR HKALTH. For diseases which do not readily yield to drug treatment, such as chronic dyspepsia, indigestion, rheumatism, Bright's disease, gall stones, uric acid poisoning, and diseases of the kidney and liver, the best physicians send their wealthy patients to the famous mineral springs. Some even spent months at the Spas of Europe and were almost invariably cured or greatly benefited. I believe that the Shivar Spring is the greatest mineral spring ever discovered and I believe it so firmly that I offer to send you enough water for a three weeks' treatment (two five-gallon demijohns) on my guarantee that if it fails to benefit your case I will refund the price. You would hardly believe me if I told you that only about two out of a thousand, on the average, say that they have received no benefit. The water is restoring thousands. It restored my health when my friends and physicians thought my case was incurable and I am willing and anxious for you to match your faith in the Spring against my pocketbook. If I win you become a life-friend of the Spring. If I lose I will be sorry for you, but I will appreciate your courtesy in giving the water a trial and will gladly refund your money on request. Sign the following letter: Shivar Spring, Box 14-C, Shelton, S. C. Gentlemen: 1 accept your guarantee offer and enclose herewith two dollars for ten gallons of Shivar Mineral Spring Water. I agree to give it a fair trial, in accordance with instructions contained in booklet you will send, and if it fails to benefit my case you agree to refund the price in full upon receipt of the two empty demijohns which 1 agree to return promptly. Name Address Shipping Point (Please write distinctly.) Note:?The Advertising Manager of the Pretbyiorian of th* South is personally acquainted with Mr. Shiver. You run no risk whatever in accepting his offer. 1 have personally witnessed the remarkable curative power of this Water in a very serious case. a Writing to Advertisers, Please Mention the Presbyterian of the South / THE PRESBYTERIi of a prominent citizen, remarked that she had never been to a movie 8how before, and she was so impressed that she came back every day with an auto filled with guests who all greatly enjoyed it, so we felt encouraged by the good seed that were sown. An organization has been formed under the laws of the State of Georgia, known as the Laymen's Missionary Film Company, which has taken over all the material er?llepte?l hv iho party, and is putting it into proper shape for presentation. The week at Athens was only a try-out week, but was so amazingly successful that the company feels elated and enthusiastic as to the future. So it has been launched and all that now is needed is to get it on the road and do the good that is intended by the promoters. Mr. Cameron Johnson, who has had years of experience in the mission fields of the Far East, and nine years of experience in presentation work on the platform at home, used his own color pictures to create a setting and atmosphere for the movies, and gave an interpretation of the pictures as they were flashed on the canvas. He will make a large number of new pictures from negatives made by the party, and they will be up to his usual fine standard of excellence for presentation along with the movies at the beginning of the new season. Both the movies and the color pictures are interdenominational in character, being of the Presbyterian, Methodist, Baptist and Disciples churches so that it will be all the easier to work up a community program as all may be interested in it. This is a distinct advantage. While "missions in movies" is not an entirely new thing in America, having been done in the North by the Baptist and Congregational Boards, and others, it is a new venture for the South, and it becomes the honor of the Southern Presbyterian Church to lead the way, as it also did in being the first to definitely organize the Laymen's Movement in America. Not all of the material has been printed frdm the original films as yet, so there is much more in store in the way of delightful surprise for those of us who are on the qui vive of expectation. The Indication already is that these programs will be so very popular that it will be difficult to fill all the orders for them, so It will be to the interest of the readers of article if they will mmmnnlpnto u-lth ?h? jjivmon'a mi? sionary Film Company, Box 334, Athens, Ga., and get their requests in ahead of time. The whole represents an outlay of more than ten thousand dollars in cash undertaking, so that necessarily there is some expense connected with the presenting of it, but this has been placed on such a small basis that any group of churches in a community that is interested to any practical degree, can easily handle it. There are limitless possibilities in the way of missionary stimulation, and it ought to become, as no doubt it will become, the finest thing in missions in America after it gets well on its feet and on its conquering way. | Story Corner j On the death of his first wife, says the Boston Herald, a literary celebrity of Massachusetts put up an elaborate memoiial to her on which was inscribed the sentiment, "The Light of my life has gone out." The late Bishop Wilmer, of Ala IN OP THE SOUTH. bama, pointed out the memorial to a p? friend, who read the words, and then h: asked: o< "But he married again, didn't he?" 01 "Yes," replied the bishop, "he did. b<; You see, he struck another match." ? T Not a sound could be heard in the T( court room. The prisoner had just been condemned to death. c< "You have a legal right to express a last wish," said the judge, "and if it is possible it will be granted." ai The priscner, who was a barber, bi gave the judge an appealing look as t>] he replied: Jl ?<f nU?..14 111-- * * i ouuuiu mkk jiihi once more to be D allowed to shave the district attorney." P< When James A. Garfield was president of Oberlin College a man brought for entrance as a student his son, for whom he wsihed a much shorter course than the regular one. "The boy can never take all that in," said tha father. "He wants to get through quicker. Can it be arranged that way for him?" "Oh. yes," said Mr. Garfield. 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