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The Presbyterian of the South : [combining the] Southwestern Presbyterian, Central Presbyterian, Southern Presbyterian. [volume] (Atlanta, Ga.) 1909-1931, April 17, 1918, Image 15

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Recommend this
Kidney Medicine
1 have sold kidney remedies for many
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When something is needed for kidney,
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Unot. as 1 like to give my customers snue
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Very truly.
LKO I1AVDON. Druggist.
April '2.5, 1017. Springfield, Kv
Letter (o
Or. Kilmor A Co.,
Hin?h:imton, N. Y
Prove Wluit Swamp-Root Will Do For
You.
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Blnghamton, N. Y.. for a sample size
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will also receive a booklet of valuable
information, telling: about the kidneys
and bladder. When writing, be sure
and mention the Richmond Presby
terian of the South. Medium and large
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ForWhoop- {
ing Cough,
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, Asthna, Sore Throat, Coughs,
? Bronchitis, Colds, Catarrh.
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fortaMe rei<o?e.
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yon enough water for a throe w< eks' treat
ment (two five-gallon demijohns) on my
guarantee that if it fails to benefit vour case
I will refund the price. You would hardly
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out of a hundred, on the average, say that
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thought my case was incurable and 1
am willing and anxious for you to match
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following letter:
Shivar Spring,
Rox 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 in
structions contained in booklet you will
send, and if it fails to benefit my case you
agree to refund the price in full upon re
ceipt of the two empty demijohns which I
agree to return promptly.
Name
Address
Shipping Point
IPIru* wrltr distinctly.!
Montreat ? For rent a good fur
nished cottage for family or boarders.
Good location. Apply Mrs. F. V. Rod
rigues, Montreat, N. C.
KKGAL. WTANDOTTK8.
The Wyandotte is the best all pur
pose fowl. Best layers, sitters, moth
ers. Best for the table; best to look
at. We have a fine flock of healthy
birds. Hatching eggs, $1.60 per set
ting.
MT. RYDAIi FARM,
Amber*!, V*.
jOass> flHorbs
?0 Che Icing's JDrcscncc
< From book of thi? nam? by R er. C.
E PaxBon, St. Louis, Mo. Price 25c.)
"iu:.\ Yi:\i,Y" things.
I. Our Calling. "Wherefore, holy
brethren, partakers of ilio heavenly
calling. consider the Apostle and
High Priest of our profession. Christ
Jesus : " ? 1 leb 3 : 1
?J. Our Hope. "For Hie hope which is
laid up for you in heaven, whereof
ye heard before in the word of the
truth of tlic gospel;*" ? Col 1:5
;1. Our Country. "Hut now they de
sire a better country, that is. a
heavenly: wherefore Cod is not
ashamed to bo railed their God: for
he hath prepared for them a city."
? lleb. 11:16.
t. Our C itizenship. "For our citizen
ship is in heaven; from whence also
we look for the Saviour, the Lord
Jesus Christ." ? Phil. 3:20 (R. V.).
Our Inheritance. "To an inheri
tance incorruptible, and undefiled,
and that fadeth not away, reserved
in heaven for you." ? 1 Pet. 1:4.
<?. Our Koine. "For we know that, if
our earthly house of this tabernacle
were dissolved, we have a building
of God. a bouse not made with
hands, eternal in the heavens." ?
Cor. 5:1.
7. Our Advocate. "For Christ is not
entered into the holy places made
with hands, which are the figures of
the true; but into heaven itself, now
to appear in the presence of God for
us." ? lleb.
ALSACK-LOKItAlXK OF VITAL IM
I'OliTAM K TO FRENCH PROT
ESTANTISM.
The significance of Alsace and Lor
raine to French Protestantism is re
vealed in letters and messages re
ceived by the Federal Council from
Andre Monod. corresponding secretary
of the French Protestant Committee.
Some of the great names of French
Huguenot history have come from
Alsace ? such as Oberlin, Reuss, Mat
ter, Haum, ('units and Wilm. The an
nexation of Alsace made the Evan
ge'ical Church of the Augsburg Con
fession lose thirty-eight consistories
and one hundred and ninety-one
parishes, and the Reformed Church,
five consistories and ninety-six
parishes. Before the annexation there
were 230,009 Protestants in Alsace
and Lorraine. Ry the annexation,
French Protestantism lost just one
fourth of its church members. The
expected reunion of this Department
of the East with tho other depart
ments is accordingly of momentous
importance to the Protestant
churches as a whole, in order to make
them equal to their immense duties
after the war.
At the beginning of the war tho
Huguenots of Alsace h;td to undergo
great hardships because of their
French sympathies. Pastor Ceroid, of
Saint Nicholas church in Strasbourg,
one of the leading and most honored
men of the city, was imprisoned for
alleged sayings in sympathy with the
French. On account of his old a&e
and exalted position, a medical of
ficer was sen to him suggesting that
ho ask for a certificate of ill-health,
to avoid prison. Pastor Ceroid re
fused, and was sent to prison for a
number of weeks. In reconquered
Alsace, in the Upper Rhine Depart
ment, French Protestant services have
Former Hearih Commissioner Says
Nuxated Iron
Should Be Used in'Evcry"' Hospital and! Prescribed
V * +?
N by Every Physician ? Attributes His own Greal
Physical Activity Today at Over 60 Years of Age
Largely to His Personal JUse of Nuxated Iron
W II A T "F O K M E ifll E A L T il
C OMMISSIO X E It KEUll . SAYS
".V TT*-alt!i CiimmissSircr rf the City of Chicago, i wa?
Imp rtniictl many tinm to roeonr.ncnd different cwlldnfj.
i... .-.I waters, ctc. Not?t >o; bat* I ro::e on record at
Uvormg any particular remedy, 1 i:t 1 (oil that In Ninas- 1
Iron an exception sli mid Lo nude to the rule. I ha;e t aUiil
Nuxatrd Iron m>>-i t s i e.|>o';e:ieed Ui liealtli-fiitire:
ST"nctli-luildlm: effect. ai.'l i ' I the interest < the imbde
welfare. T feel It m.v duty to make known tho results of its
i:se. 1 mn well past ti>y three-si ;>re years and want to say I
t:.at I tocticrtf that my own treat physical actlTity is il :e !
brttljr today to my i?er-< -;;:l i?e of Nuxatcd Iron, and If j
i y ei'.>lr>r-<'mct t ; r.'i Induce itnnemlc. nervous, rim-down
t o:i anil twuri to laue N -.xated Iron, and receive the won
tkrfol tone wl . 'a 1 have received, 1 jhrll feel
greatly cra'Jflrd t'.. ; 1 made r.:i except !cn to my lif*>long
r '?> In r f lixme* ? 1: lrcr.i my own exper.ence Willi
Nnxated lro!?. 1 fed t!i-.t It It rich a valuable rcne ly that
It o :~ht to he i-<iJ in e-. ~ v hospital and prescribed by every
physician in Una country "
Manufacturer's Notfr? Xuxated Ir-n. tvh'rh ha*' been used by
F ...r II al h C *.< ?r Korr w.:li ? h su ;>ris results, is
not a set ? ft i mc<!v . 1 t o::o \vt li Is will k i "vn to dru/.Ti ?s every
where. t i like tin* older iiiorr.. :.ic f i * tt predicts. it Is va.s.ly a*3.ni
i!at m!. d oe* not Itti; -*? flit* h*'li, n ;.\e tJ ? *ri Ii!ack. nor upset ilu?
i* ma -1> T1 e m in ? -tn r arat w wu i:l and e*it: oly sat
1- ? V r. ? |#g to y i : 1 . r or I hoy will refund Jour money.
It is dispense! I?y all gituii druggists.
Former Health Commissions!
Kerr hjs given years of his I ifc
firjhting for public health in h it
own and other cities. It was hr
who introduced Anti-toxin toi
Diphtheria in Chicago s Heaitn
Department. He purified the
milk for the Consumers and
thereby helpt d to save the lives
of thousands of babies. He in
troduced the anti-spitting ordi
nance which has been copied all
over the country and also took
care of tho sewrrs and garbage
in the Int.rcst of public health.
He is positive that the wide
spread use of Nuxatcd Iron
wnuld proatly lessen the worries
and troubles of Health Com
ritb ionrrs in keeping up a high
standard of public health.
ROCHE'S HERBAL EMBKOCAYIUW FOM
Th? Oplrbr.'itrd liU'ocfunl IU?tii<*cly
11 o-y.7 / At eri trine .
OR CROUP
For 1-3 years t-iis l.i'iiu-Jy lias met Willi cuuuuaeU ami growing popularity.
6RONCHITIG, LUMDACO and RHEUMATISM
v W, tdwnrd* A ?on
I,on<1on
are iii?o Qnlckly Relieved by a Few AprHcattonf.
i, ir.7 OniHsn Victoria bU, Dr,,c<?i,Xt. *r K. 1
' ' f>(l |tr?*t*tii.i
FOrflP.IM ft CO^Iar^
n Ht., W. V.
been held, since the beginning of the
war, in the towns of Than, Wesserling
and Massevaux. by French pastors and
chaplains. The Protestants of Alsace
and Lorraine have never ceased to
declare their loyalty to France and
the injustice of their annexation by
Germany,
The Federal Council, through Its
United Committee on Christian Ser
vice for Relief in France and Belgium,
is co-operating with a similar Commit
tee in France on behalf of these
Huguenot churches which have suf
fered such heavy losses in buildings
and property since the war.
A KM LIM A'S TRAGEDY.
Samuel T. Dutton.
Since 1!H4 the world has witnessed
its surfeit of tragedies. There has
been the wanton, heart-breaking
tragedy of Belgium, shorn of its splen
dors and robbed of its industries; the
war-torn tragedy of Poland, with con
quering armies sweeping one after an
other over its beautiful fields and
through its stately old towns; the
tragedy of Serbia, invaded from the
north by the barbarians and ravaged
from end to end. But of all the
tragedies of the war, that of Armenia
is the most harrowing. Here the cup
of bitterness flows over. As if the
history of this afflicted people were
not gloomy and unhappy enough, this
latest page has surpassed everything
before it, in horror and despair.
The Armenian race, scattered all
over Asia Minor, Syria, Palestine, the
Russian Caucasus and Persia, has for
centuries been subject to suffering.
The terrible plight of these people to
day beggars description. They have
not only suffered from invading
armies, and been driven from their
homes by the conquerors, but they
have been set upon by their own
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neighbors"; they have had to bear
again the fearful persecution of the
Turk, sustained and strengthened by
the thorough-going co-operation of his
German superiors; they have been
massacred and deported and tortured.
In the Orient, where initiative and
efficiency aro often lacking, the Arme
nian has shown a remarkable indus
try. Me has loved learning and has
set up, with the small funds at his
disposal, schools for his children
throughout the Ottoman empire, when
the government has flagrantly neg
lected to provide for the education or
its own peoplfe. The Armenian has
kept tenaciously to his religion, which

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