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1,200 Large Pago Yearly. Our Wonderful "Dreamland" Art Calendar Free with Every Subscription. Always Full of Bright Pirhn-.
Published Every Wednesday (52 Times a Year) at the Bible Home. New York. Subscription $1.50 per Annum. Louis Klopsch. Propri
Different From Others and Better!
THERE are over 22,000 papers published in this great country of ours, but there is only one
Christian Herald, This differs from all the rest; it is the only one of its kind. It is
a great Weekly Magazine aggregating over 1,200 Large Pages a Year. It is always sunshiny,
optimistic, hopeful. It helps to make the world better, and its every page sparkles with life and beauty.
To invite the weekly visits of The Christian Herald, "The Best of Magazines," to your home
is like opening the shutters to let the glorious sunshine in. Gloom and despondency instantly disap
pear. The wife will revel in its wealth of pictures and stories; the children will devour its contents,
and the husband will declare that it was indeed a happy day for the entire household when he
accepted our cofdial invitation to become a member of the Christian Herald Family.
Although The Christian Herald contains in the course of a year as much as Any Four
of the Dollar Magazines, its Subscription Price, Including our Superb "Dreamland Art
REV. CHARLES M. SHELDON
Regular Contributor for 1910
MSB. ICARQARET E. BANOSTEfi
Member KdJtoril BUff ,
Calendar, is only $1.50 PER ANNUM.
If you subscribe to-day, you get the FIVE DECEMBER ISSUES FREE
Enchantment For a Hundred Nights
Over 400 Large
What Margaret E. Sangsfer Says oi I! !
There is not a Mother, or. for that matter, a Grandmother.
in thw wide land, from coaat to coast, who will not want the
'Dreamland' Calendar for her own, as soon as she sees it.
The avtist has chosen an ecstatic moment in home life, when the
household darling, weary with play, has been caught in the toils
of slumber. Hereshc lies, every muscle relaxed, the dimpled
hands and the dancing feet quiet in repose. It is all one can do to
keep from dropping a kiss on the rosy cheek; but we must not do that,
for wc might waken the baby and call her back from Dreamland.
"The 'Dreamland' Calendar will lend an additional touch
of grace to the family's beat room. It will win a smile from the
tired father who cores as much for the little maid as the mother
.herself. Here is our darling fast asleep. Sleeping or waking, she
is the joy of the house.
"The Christian Herald has offered its readers many beau
taful Calendars, but this one surpasses all former productions."
What $2.oo Will Buy
This Richly Illustrated Volume, " HERO
TALES," 400 pages, Bound in Turkey Red
and Gold; Our Incomparable "DREAM
LAND" Calendar and THE CHRISTIAN
HERALD to January 1, 1911 (ALL THREE),
for TWO DOLLARS. HP ACT TO-DAY !
For THE CHRISTIAN HERALD with CAL- , -
,ENDAR, but without this Premium, send only ? 1.50
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Heroes at Your Fireside
Tales Aflame Willi Courage and Daring
Would you like to know the Man who Walked Four
Thousand Miles Through Six Bleak Winter Months to
Add Three Stars to the American Flag ? Would you
like to shake hands with a Woman who Saved Sixteen
Children ? Would you like to look upon the Lad who
Rescued a Thousand Lives in a Storm at Sea ? Would
you like to see the Girl who Sacrificed Her Life (or
Honor, and a Boy who Cave His Life to His Country?
You can meet all these heroes and scores of olhers in
Francis Trevelyan Miller's latest Book, entitled
Hero Tales from American Life. "
Throb With Patriotism
These Hero Tales throb wilh genuine patriotism. They grip
the heart; they thrill the emotions ; they bring out "the best that u
in human life. They bristle with truth that is "stranger than fiction.
They make one not-only glad to be an American but proud of the
whole human race. They renew faith in the world and in humanity.
A Book For Every Home
Just think of it I Sitting down at your very fireside with Heroes
of War. Heroes of Peace, Heroes of Conscience, Heroes oj
Science, meeting them pradically face to face in your own home!
What a treat these One Hundred Tales of Heroism will
prove when read in the Family Circle for One Hundred
Enjoyable Nights around the Evening Lamp I
An Ideal Christmas Gift FREE !
i i HOUSANDS of beautiful pictures have appeared in recent years, but "Dreamland" is
the most artistic and the mpst charming. Purity and peace breathe from the face of
the sleeping child. Every one who looks upon it feels a sense of calm repose. That is
why we selected it to illustrate our Dreamland Calendar, which we have designed to be
the Handsomest and Richest Photogravure Ever Issued by The Christian Herald.
THI?hdR?Ai5o aledar, Measuring 18x21 Inches, Goes FRlEE with Every Subscription to
AHfc. CHKIbHAN HERALD. MT" UNCREASED AND IINnAMAaRn DPI.! VERY HITARANTEFn
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