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Tlmt's all it costs to save five chirks from the ravages of White Diarrhoea if you use Itrrfrr'i Heady llelicf Aren't the ilelicate, fluffy little chicle* worth such it trifle to you? Don't let a single l>al>y chick of yours ?lie this year. Write to E. J. Hccfcr, poultry- expert , XIOI Poultry Hhl(j., Kansas City. Mo., and usk for his valuable poultry book that tells how to make a simple home solution which cures White Diarrhoea over night and saves 9S per cent, of every hatch. The book is free. Kveryone who raises chicks should have it. McShane Bell Foundry Co. BALTIMORE, MD. CHURCH, CHIME and PEAL I I C Memorials k Ik La a Specialty 1st. MORTGAGE LOANS FOR SALE In denominations of $500, $1,000, $2,000, S3, 000 $5,000, secured by improved city real estate. Morton G. Thalhimer First Nat'l Hank Bldg. Richmond, Virginia Bright Tobacco Farm SOU acres; 100 acres in cultivation; '2 dwellings; 8 tem. curing burns; s tenant houses. Some timber. In tobacco sec tion, convenient to railroad and to the best market, in the State. J. A. CONNELLEY A: CO. DRESS UP As often as you can; it makes life sweeter. BERRY CLOTHES Make dressing lip easier and cheaper in the long run ? be cause more value is put into them for the price. Our mail order department can serve you anywhere in everything men and boys wear. Deliveries free. ESTABLISHED 16?t RICHMOND, \/A. IF YOU ARE PARTICULAR About the quality of your Clothes, come here and buy them. OUR SPRING CLOTHES Are stylish; they have un excelled wearing and hold ing qualities, and they keep their shape as long as they last. Our Spring styles for young men, older men and boys are now ready. Clothing, Hats, Furnishings and Shoes. HORACE S. WRIGHT CO. Broad at First Richmond, Virginia Xottinghnm-Gottigon: January 7, 1920, in Holmes Presbyterian church, Mr. Lucius S. Nottingham, Jr., and Miss Mary Elizabeth Goftlgon, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Kemper Gofligon, all of Northampton County, Va. Howison: March 2 2d, at "Brae head," near Fredericksburg, Va., Miss Helen J. Howison, daughter of the late Dr. R. R. Howison. "Prom a life of love, Through a death of peace. Into an eternity of glory." Junes: Captain Homer V. .lone-? died at Noreross, (la., on March 29tli. after a long illness, lie was (he old est conductor in point of service on the Southern Road, was a charter member of the Noreross Presbyter'an church, and a deacon from its or ganization, refusing time and again to be made an elder. The funeral services were conducted by Rev. John Goff. McKinnon: At his home, in De Funiak Springs, after several weeks of illness, Mr. Ewart G. McKinnon, in the twenty-fifth year of his age. He had been for several years a devoted member of the Presbyterian church, was a great sufferer, but bore his af fiict'on with marked fortitude and real Christian patience. "There shall be no mo-e death." D. J. Currie. Wooten: At a railroad crossing, near DeFuniak Springs, Fla., Herbert Wooten was instantly called into an eternity as the auto truck in which he and a companion were riding was struck by a passenger train. He was in the s'xteentli year of his age. "What is your life? It is even a vapor that appeareth for a little tim-i, and then vanishetli away." D. J. Currie. llAIiSTKAl) McCLURE McCOWAX. On February 19, 1920, at 3:30 P. M., in the hospital at the Virginia Polytechnic Institute, Cadet Haistead McClure McCowan succumbed to the fatal effects of influenza-pneumonia after being sick a week. In the pass ing of th's young man a soldier of the cross of sterling worth has gone to be at rest in the mansions not made with hands. He was the ?on of Mr. and Mrs. S. Walter McCowan, of the Kerr's Creek District, Rockbridge County, Va. He was born at the fam ily home on Kerr's Creek, August 29, 1901. Under the strong influence of consecrated Christian parents he vas brought up in the "nurture and ad monition of the Lord," and on May 23, 191 6, after a credible profession of faith in the Lord Jesus Christ, hav ing been baptized in infancy, he was admitted to the sealing ordinances of the church, and enrolled as a mem ber of New Monmouth church, near Lexington. Young McCowan pursued his edu cation first at Highland Belle School, and last fall entered the Virginia Polytechnic Institute for the higher studies. It was thus in the middle of his first year at college that nis work was suddenly interrupted by the final summons that must come to us all. A strong Christian character, with bright prospects and large promise of much usefulness to his Master and to the Church has gone. This young man had definitely consecrated himself to agricultural missions on the foreign Nation's Joy Drink* Christo Mfg. Co. inc. "Say it With Flowers" HAMMOND "FLOWERS OF GUARANTEED FRESHNESS" Flowers by Teleftraph Anywhere Telephone Madison 630 109 E. Broad St., Richmond, Va. " The Shopping Center " PARIS ? is once more casting the influence of its fashion artistry across to our shores. The radiance, richness and refine ment reveal an unrestrained note of nations at peace and prepared for things of pleasure atul beauty. In our Suits, Blouses, Frocks, Frills, Millinery and other contributions to women's fashion and finery, we have adapted those styles that are most appealing to American women of discrimination. We've modified the extremes and moderated the expense in a manner you'll appreciate when you view our 1920 spring displays. You are invited. Those who reside too far from the store to visit it in per son are invited to use our Mail Order Department. Write us for what you want. Miller & Rhoads Richmond, Va. ilThe Store that Pleases " . . . FOR . . . Reliable Furniture Rugs and Stoves Jones Bros. & Co., Inc. 1418-20 East Main Street, RICHMOND, VA. Al ttractive Employment for Young Ladies and Girls $15.o? to $22.00 ?:.? WE have positions to offer Young Ladies and Girls (white, single), 16 to 30 years of age, in our large, modern manufacturing establish ment, learning to make and pack cigars; also box making. Learners earn from $11.00 to $12.00 per week while learning, and can earn from $15.00 to $22.00 per week after becoming experienced. We can secure room and board for our employees at from $4.50 to $6.00 per week, depending on location, size of room, etc. If interested cut out and mail the following coupon. Sign and Mail To-day WHITLOCK BRANCH P. LORILLARD CO. 23rd and Main Streets, RICHMOND, VIRGIN'* In Writing to Advertisers. Please Mention the Prtwbyterlan of the 8o1,,,,' Whit lock Branch 23rd and Main Streets , Presbyterian of the South Richmond, Va. Send me further particulars regarding the positions you have to offer Young Ladies and Girls. Name ! Address Post Office