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The following beautiful and interest
If article is published without duo
iftdit to the unknown author. It has
t'm to the editor of this page unsigned
till' in publish 1 becuuse of the ia.ri
beauty f thought expressed.)
I We find that there are certain laws
which vern all things and conditions.
There tAe laws of music, mathematics,
I faith, happiness, etc., and there must
therefore, be some law governing pros
Parity. And if we are to demonstrate
riosperity we must first learn to know
the law, that we may work in accordance
Ith It.
Jesua Christ was the greatest teacher
and demonstrator of this law of prosper
ity. He toW his followers that they were
to seek first the kingdom of heaven,
ot some place In some other planet away
oft somewhere, but within themselves;
that they had within them all resources,
sr.d they must unfold their capacity. This
was the first step in demonstrating pros
perity, the recognition and seeking the
kingdom of heaven within, as the source
ef all. and upon which we may draw for
whatever we may desire. Then he trld
' il'ustrate inl 'i:monstrate the avv
tf them by multiplying the loaves and
fishes, and by turning the water into
ine better wine than they had had be
fore and by finding the gold ln the fteh a
fnouth, and by the great draught of
fishes when they cast their net on the
fiRht side. And so we manifest in pro
portion as we become more and more
iplritual and put Into practice this law.
Jesus said, "I.ay up for yourselves
reasures in heaven, where moth and rust
lo not Corrupt." Yes. but where In
Leaven? Jesus jaid. "The kingdom of
heaven is within you. So we are to open
lip our own higher or spiritual conscious
ness, knowing that therein is our treas
ure or supply. Christ again is our ex
ample In this, for in II Corinthians 6:10.
we man read: "As poor, yet making
many rich; as having noshing, yet pos
sessing all things;" and again in 11 Corinr
thians 8:9: "That though he was rich,
er for your sakes he became poor, that
Jt through his poverty might become
flch.V v
I You ask, then, why we who know this
law do not demonstrate for ourselves
large fortunes,,- etc. fty way of illustra
tion I woud" call your attention to the
'ctric light plant. There must be some
tie at the power house In touch with the
machinery which produces the electricity,
so that he may turn on the current that
we may receiye the light. So we stand
In touch with the power house and turn
in .the current that you may receive light
or benefit.
What We want is spiritual enlighten
ment and wisdom. All ability Is based
on spiritual understanding.
Prentice Mulford said. "The man of
ttuccess is the man possessed of the
greatest spiritual understanding, and
eery great fortune comes of superior and
truly spiritual power." Do you want the
wealthy to divide with you? Jesus called
those "foolish virgins' who wanted others
to divide. He taught that you must have
oil In your own lamps. Know that you
have an abundant supply within yourself.
Wanting the rich to divide is simply
ccvetousness. It is the thing that wfll
keep you poor.
Several years ago. when I was in Edin
borough. 1 wandered into one of the
churches. I have no idea that the cler
gyman was a student of New Thought,
but he was a Greek scholar. He gave
out his text, "Let your conversation be
without covetousne-ss; and be content
with such things as ye have. (Heb.
13:15). Do you think he told these good
Scotch people to be content with their
littfe cottages? Oh. no; not a bit of it.
Ho took his Greek Testament and
translated direct from the Greek, and it
read, "Be ye conscious that we have con
tained within yourselves all capacity."
Then he went on to explain that by
oveting the possessions of others even
if we should obtain them It would be
to oui detriment, as it would have the
effect which would be produced on a
rung, tender tree if you should load it
down by hanging on to it fruit whlcn
had grown from the life within. We
shculd thus, to say the least, interfere
with the growth and fruitfulness of the
tree. And thus we may deaden the
ability and power within ourselves whicb
produce success and prosperity. This Is
wLat Is meant when we say that we must
be conscious that we can create from
within ourselves the things which we
need; that we do not need the things
from the outside, but they come from
within. Success and prosperity come not
to you but through you.
We want then, like Solomon, to pray
for wisdom. We must use our own
minds. When you get into the fullness cf
spiritual consciousness you cannot ' get
away from prosperity. Read Deute
ronomy 28:11-15. Prosperity is a mani
festation of superior ability, and ability
comes from God, and Divine Mind. Cotf
etousness does not bring forth prosperity.
When we are awakened - to spiritual
consciousness we realize that we want
tu peek earnestly the best gifts and when
the spiritual side of our being has begun
to .come forth, we must go from glory
to glory, from prosperity to prosperity.
Ask more. "Hitherto you have asked
nothing. Ask and ye shall receive that
your Joy may be full."
If we, as healers of tne sick must work
to get rid of the sin or shortcoming, the
"missing of the mark" back of the ill
ness, so in the study of the law of pros
perity we must work to get rhl of th-
sin back of poverty.
In demonstrating we must first realize
there are both constructive and destruc
tive thoughts, and that negative thoughts
have their influence as well as harmon
ious thoughts. Under the heading f
"destructive thoughts" comes criticism. I
We cannot criticise the methods of ti e
wealthy. Just leave them to God and
bless them. Bvery time you say "graft
ers" or criticise the rich, you set ln mo
tion that law which locks the door to
ytur own prosperity. Neither can we
demonstrate wealth by seeing poverty.
We must see only and treat only fjr
abundance everywhere. We can go with
things or without them but we must
Summery Frocks For Summer Girls
f- Exquisite
jLrJadine Face Powder
j A complexion powder of exquis- '
i itejy delicate odor and texture
which holds its charm throughout
I the day, Imparting to the skin that 4.
delicate softness and refinement so
much admired. I
I Nadine Face Powder la cooling, re-
'i i freshing and harrnleaa, a positive pro- :
H f tection against wind, tan, sun-burn and
' i1 : rsturn of discoloration. Leaves th
; i ' 1 skin soft and smooth as rose petal.
'' j This quiiita preparation, Nadlna.
h bsautinas millions of complexions today.
4 i Ptlce refunded if not entirely plea sod.
i-4 I lj Sold In Graan Box Only. I
I ' 1 I At laoJ.ng todat counters. than hovm't :
i, T K It. ! mail 60c j
",! I Paris, Tsnov I
Brunette y'U SP
r White (Gyp. '
44Our Own"
If I had known in the morning
How wearily all the day.
The words unkind
Would trouble my mind
I said when I went away;
? had been more careful, darling.
Now give you needless pain;
But we vex "our own"
With look and tone
We might never take back again.
For though In the quiet evening
You may give me the Kiss of Peace,
Yet it might be
That never for me
The pain of the heart should cease.
How many go forth in the morning
That never come home at night.
And hearts have broken
For harsh words spoken
That sorrow can never set right.
We have careful thoughts for the
And smiles for the sometimes guest.
But oft for "our own"
The little tone
Though we love "our own" the best
Oh, lips with the curves impatient,
Oh, brow with the look of scorn,
Throu a cruel fate
Were the night too late
To undo the work of the morn.
Another week before us and you es
peciallyand the first three days are
going to be real hummers for value giving
If these things we are going to do don't
startle you, nothing ever will.
Who Can Tell
How proud and happy you felt
and how fine you looked in your
Bridal Gown your Graduation or
Confirmation Dress how proud you
were of that Military Uniform.
Your Columbia Medallion will pre
serve it for all time.
Through the Columbia Studios
you can secure the work of nation
ally recognized artists. These tal
ented artists copy a Columbia Me
dallion from your favorite photo
graph, bringing out alt the charm
and life-like individuality.
Columbia Medallions in black and
white finish are given to you FRKE
when you purchase $10 worth of
merchandise at our store.
Ask any of the sales staff for Me
dallion Coupon Cards on which to
have amount of your purchases
q We JJonstt CSddow Vcdou Aire fl&Dgj tt Oeaou QJs
dDoiitt un dBSonglhisiinnis Odd a QOaoiriry
Our regular 45c and 50c Fine Quality Zephyr Ginghams, 32 inches wide, rich, soft color summer patterns in dressy
plaids and stripe effects. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday all you want (See Window) yard
flttenros DnaQ WOOD TlhSini Vomit tPnurse QBantt Ivuake Voou dBDsidl 2
Don't wait for the spirit to move you it's all plain business, no magic. See these values face to face.
Lot 35c, 40c, 45c, 50c
Hair Ribbon
AH colors, pure heavy Silk Taf
feta, Morel, satin finish, also
floral patterns, check effects,
fancy edged, good, stiff OA
wide hair ribbon, at yd a&Js
$6 Lustrous
Baronette Satin
Heavy Quality material, especial-,
ly fine for skirts and evening
gowns, blue and white spot
Jaquard pattern, A rTp"
40-inch, yd t)
$5 Fine Quality
Baronette Satin
and white Duchess File, smooth
glossy surface and corded tex
ture, 40-inch, the new O fiEf
fabric of elegance, yd.
$4.50 Famous
Duchess Jersey
The beautiful clinging, heavy
draping skirt and suit mater
ial, all the rage, 40-in. Q
yard, special
Lot of Fancy Ribbon
up to $1.75
Large wide floral patterns,
checks, stripe effects, Jaquard
patterns, embroidered patterns
and heavy twill effects, 90c,
SI. $1.25. $1.50 and
1.75 values, yd
Listen, Folks! Women's Stockings at 25c, 30c, 35c and 40c, Really Worth 50c, 60c, 65c and 75c
Women's Hose
Silk Hose are almost pro
hibitive wear Lisle! Hos
iery is keeping tab with all
other merchandise and go
ing up in price. Large
stocks and early buying
permits us to sell at pre-
war prices. Wholesale
prices . now higher than.
our regular prices. See window display and prices.
Gordon Hose
No. 717. fine silk lisle, medium
weight, white and black, 4
thread heel and toe, reinforced
feet, strong garter A (f
tops pair fxvIO'
Gordon Hose
No, 264, white and black, smooth
sheer cotton, perfectly knit, re
inforced where wear comes
most, wide garter tops, a splen
did medium weight
stocking, and only.,
Onyx Hosiery
No. 550, fine quality mercerized
white lisle of light weight, all
sices, and reinforced through
out, with strong QP-
garter tops, pair Otlv
Onyx Hosiery
No. 348, white and black medium
weight, smooth combed cotton
yarn, double heels and toes,
heavy garter tops, not an
ordinary stocking,
and only amitJKs
Splendid line of Children's Stockings in the standard
Brands, and Children's White and Fancy Socks, and
Silk Stockings for Baby OKp to IKr
New Novelties'
New Furnishings
Slip-On Veils
Your favorite "Bonny B" fine as a
hair net, extra strong, assorted col
ors, new stock just arrived, j
Prices 50c. 25c and ....lUv
Pearl Neck Beads
Assorted sizes and qualities, good
lengths, new goods,
$1, 75c and UtIW
Fancy Neck Chains
Some real coral, some steel chains with
fancy large beads in blue, coral pink
and other colors, some carved and
cut imitation ivory, and celluloid,
real artistic, some large beaded
chains with silver trimming. 7Kf
All newest designs. $4 to I tJVs
Loose Beads
For fancy work, for decorating bags,
dresses, scarfs and many other uses
now in vogue. In bunches - P
and bottles, all colors, $1 to..
Ruffled Skirting
Just fine for dresses. Skirt lengths
with fancy ruffling already sewed
on, easy to make a dress in a hurry.
Organdy in sky blue, nile and (JA
maize. Net in white only, yd..
Fancy Ruffling
White and tinted Organdy and Geor
gette in solid colors, combination
and fancy colored edges, assorted
styles. Fine for collars, cuffs, all
kinds of neckwear and children's
dresses. Tard at
$1.50 to
Toilet Goods
Stocks always fresh and
fine we have a large out
put, and keep only the high
est grade goods, and with
our Monday Specials be
sides, provides us a new
shipment every week.
we have them Rubberset 45c;
Prophylactic 35c; nr
Sterolactic DC
Cream, 25c and XvIC
HUDNUTS Violet Sec Vanishing
Cream, OC
50c and auDC
Cream 50c and OC
Monday Specials
25o Pond s Vanishing C -
Cream amtjLC
50c Pond's Vanishing yQ
Cream TtOC
50c Hinds' Honey and QQrt
Almond Cream 0C
35c Jergen's Almond- HQ
Benzoine Lotion amdjC
25c Woodburry's Facial rt-
Cream ad 1.C
50c Woodburry's Disap- iQrt
pearing Cream rOC
50c Mary Garden Cold 4 Q A
Cream rOC
50c Melba Vanishing AO
Cream ftOC
60c Melba Cold A Q
Cream ftuC
25c Melba Cold cyt
Cream amll-C
25c Blue Rose Greaseless ill .
Cream aal X.C
75c Dr. Blair's Cream r Q
of Cucumber ...,OOC
50c Dr. Blair'a Cream of JQ
of Cucumber 4ltjC
25c Dr. Blair'a Cream of Q"
of Cucumber .....XC
50c Pebeco Dental A Q
Cream 4t5C
30c Kolynos Dental QQ
Cream 50C
25c Tooth Brushes, - Q
good line, each XoC
10c Aladdin Dye Soap OCT
6 tor ZOC
And then, there is a Sale
on Solid Color Messaline
and Taffeta, from 51.35
to $2 a yard, a nice big lot we
had left from our 3-day sales.
To clean up this entire line we
are going to close it out until all
is gone all colors at
White S
Pretty styles in Women's
and Misses' Oxfords and
Pumps, fine quality kid, fancy
buckled .models, dressy strap
tongue pumps, French and
military heels, plain and fancy
toes, all sizes
S3 sio
Everything desired ln Sport
Oxfords and especially Keds
with rubber sole and heel,
soft strong canvas uppers,
high and low style, also strap
slippers. Women's, Misses'
Children's styles at
$1 TO 3.50
Women's Wear Depart
ment announces an Odd
and End sale, consisting
of one Large Table full of Chil
dren's Dresses,J Waists, Break
fast Suits, Breakfast Kimomos,
Eveing Dresses and many other
odd garments. Some slightly
soiled, some little damaged, reg
ular $1 to $35 goods at only
50c, $1 and $5
Don't Forget That All Pensacola Get Their Bathing Suits Here!
never go against them, if we would suc
ceed and be prosperous. Hold thoughts
of harmony and loving relationship with
eery thing and everybody. Kay. "There
is no poverty for all the earth is full of
ti:e glory and the riches of the Ird."
In the law of vibration we know that a
mord spoken in the silence, as well as
alcud produces an effect. Then knaw
that God Is the infalliable Source. Speak
the word and constantly affirm it. Nover
fay. "If John Jones or William Smith or
somebdy else weuld pay me I would have
pUnty. Say firmly and believing "My
expectation is from God and all the ideas
of God (that is, all people) are channels
of supply to me;' and whatever you be
folng always say, "I am doing this for
God" or "as unto the Lord." whether U
b? ruling a kingdom or even if it is fac
tory work or washing dislies. Remember
that we are at-one with whatever we
declare ourselves In unison with. There
is an abundance of supply to satisfy a'l
our aspirations and we are just In having
all that can bless us and.be helpful to us
in any way. The individual man is lord
over all his cricumstances.
The Woman's College of Alabama
Standard courses leading to B. A. degree. Certifi
cates and diploma awarded In Music, Art,
Expression, Home Economics, Library Science
Standard "A Grade" College for Young Women
SIR' EDWARD BAXTER, Dean Department of Music A scholarship
to each Alabama high school and other liberal scholarships. Finest
swimming pool and gymnasium ln the state under competent instructors.
New $50,000 dormitory. Tennis, Basket Ball and other athletics. Session
opens Sept. 17. For catalog and view book address the President.
s K S I 1 I 1 S I I 2 S S I s; flank steak, pound and roll around a
rr stumng made oi l cuprui or Dreaa cruraos
mixed with one cupful of cooked rice or
oatmeal, 1 cupful of mixed or chopped
onion and celery, 1 chopped apple and
'i cupful raisins. Season with salt and
pepper and sage, roll and tie, and bake
slowly for 1 hours.
How to make a little meat go a long
way is the daily problem in the average
Here are suggested methods of extend
ing the meat flavor and using the less
eypensive cuts.
Meat Gems To 2 cupfuls of ground
meat, either cooked or fresh, add 1 cupful
of coarse crumbs. 1 medium siaed onion,
chopped fine, 1 tablespoonful of chopped
parsley, and Vt cupful of grated cheese.
Mix well and moisten witjn 1 beaten egg
and a little tomato catsup. Grease gem
pans and mold the meat mixture Into
them. Bake in hot oven until brown.
Serve with tomato sauce.
Spring Stew Cut 2 pound of lamb
into small chunks and stew gently for 1
hour in a kettle with 2 cupfuls of canned
or fresh tomato pulp. 1 cupful of diced
carrots. 2 onions sliced. 2 cloves and 1
tcaspoonful of mixed and powdered herbs.
Season with salt and pepper and add
ercugh water to cover. After stewing
the mixture for one hour add pound
rice and cook until tender.
Economy Roast Buv 2 Bounds of good
Macaroni with Round Steak Break j
package of macaroni into half-inch
lengths and add 1 tablespoonful of melted
butter and water to cover. Boil until
tender and drain. Put through a food
chopper and 1 pound of round steak and
2 large onions. Put the cooked macaroni
into a greased baking dish, cover with
the meat and onion, add salt, pepper,
4 cupful of grated cheese, 2 cupful to
matoes, and cover all with 1 cupful of
bread crumbs. Dot with bits of butter
and bake 1 hour.
or iK
What do you keep in the old medicine
Chest in the bathroom? And HOW no
you keep whatever you keep?
In bottles, mostly, you say? Tes, one
would hope so. But are they labeled.
and are they uniform?
With very lltUa trouble a supply of
square, glass-stoppered bottles, of one.
two or perhaps three sizes, dependlrj
upon the varying amounts of articles you
wish to keep, can be brought together.
With still less trouble, uniform labels,
plainly marked with indelible ink print
ing or typed, with the name of the liqfuid
contained in each bottle, can be pasted
on the bottles.
Arranged in order of size on one shelf,
or two. acording to the number of bottles
necessary, all liquids, whether dangerovis
or harmless, are safely disposed of.
Then there is room aplenty on the re
maining shelves for well, to take a long
breath for dental floss, tooth paste and
tooth powder, and for tooth brush cases;
for toilet creams, shaving cream and
shaving brush; surgical guaae. cojrt
plaster, adhesive tape, and an eye-cup.
The kindest thought for the occasional
gruest is a shelf set aside from the fam
ily use. and daintily fitted with a half
dozen or more tiny cakes of soap, a Jar
of powder puffs made of cotton balls
tied with narrow ribbon, a bottle of toilet
water, hand lotion, an orangewood stick
and court plaster.
Blue Ribbon Vanilla gives desserts! a
delicious flavor. Used by the best cooks
Sold by the leading grocers.

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