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pays to buy good quality, good fitting clothes for man or boy. They are here at almost pre war prices. Mail orders promptly filled. JOHNSON'S FOOT SOAP (On market for over forty years) made of Borax, Iodine and Bran, is a sure and safe relief for those t ired, aching, tender, swollen, burning; FEET that have been causing you so much pain. 25c. ALL DRUGGISTS. If unobtainable at your druggist, sent direct on receipt of price. THOMAS GILL SOAP CO. 711-719 Rent Ave., Brooklyn, New York To abort a cold and prevent com plications take JotaL The purified and refined calomel tablets that are nausealeu, safe and sure. Medicinal virtues retain ed and improved. Sold only in sealed packages. Price 35c. raaw? ?r^ao? Cuticura Soap Will Help You Clear Your Skin Soap, Olntmert.Tmicnm. a*. ?varrwtMT*. Saanfaa fr? of OttoTfc UtetfalB. Pifl V. MtU>? Mill 3B t a 1 1) si ? 'j MISS ELIZABETH WHITTLESEY BALDWIN. After a painful illness of several months, which she bore with true Christian fortitude, the soul of Lizzi<* Baldwin passed from earth into the keeping of her Saviour on the 4th of February, 1921, at tl\e Retreat for the Sick in Richmond, Va. She was the daughter of the late Thomas S. and Jane M. Baldwin, born in Rich mond, and there lived during her en tire life, which life was, at an early age, consecrated to God. As a mem ber of the old Grace Street church and its successor, the Grace-Covenant, she was ever faithful in her church and Sunday school work as long as her strength permitted. Quiet and unobtrusive in manner, yet firm in her convictions of truth and duty, she lived to serve. Her loyalty to her close friends was con spicuous and unshakeable. For many years the constant com panion of a widowed mother, their mutual devotion was beautiful and only severed by the death of the mother. Her active benevolences outside of her church were largely centered in the "Retreat for the Sick" and the "Y. W. C. A.," which were both very dear to her heart, and in each of which she was for a long time a di rector. Her talent for drawing and painting, which was decided, was mostly exercised for the enjoyment of friends and loved ones. Her body rests in Hollywood by the side of father and mother. Her mem ory dwells In the hearts of those who loved her. She is survived by two sisters, Mrs. Charles D. Larus, Sr., and Mrs. Lu ther Sheldon, and one brother, Mr. Thomas J. Baldwin. E. P. FRANCES BLUNT ALLEN. Born September 4, 1916; died No vember 11, 1920. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Allen, of Elkins, W. Va. This child of the covenant was allotted but a few years to complete its earthly mission, and its sweet lit tle life touched many hearts while here, bringing to them much sunsliine and genuine joy. Her splendid phy sique, independent spirit and affec tionate disposition won the admira tion of her many friends and loved ones. Here her sojourn was brief, and yet a well-rounded life. There the life continues, and its capacities will ever enlarge in those spheres in which its soul will find its true per fection. She will not come back to us, but we shall go to her. F. M. Allen. Ml 88 IjILtLIE QUARLKS. Died in Petersburg, Va., on Decem ber 13, 1920, Miss Lillie Quarles, in the seventy-fifth year of her age. She was the youngest daughter of the late Colonel Henry W. and Susan P. Quarles. Stevens Anti-Amebic Dentifrice For Prevention and Treatment of PYORRHOEA OR RIGG'S DISEASE Guaranteed to contain 3% fluid extract of Ipecac Price, 50c Per Tube, Postage Paid STEVENS MEDICAL MFG. CO. 717 Ktnt Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y. PEARL LAUNDRY CO, Inc 4-6-8-10-12 S. Twelfth St. Richmond, Va. LAUNDERERS, DYERS and CLEANERS Your Work Solicited SEND US A BUNDLE Born and reared in Richmond, Va., she united with the First Presbyte rian church there in her young days, and through the influence of a Chris tian home and of this church, which she loved very dearly, the foundation of her strong character was laid. In later years, having removed to Pe tersburg, she united with Tabb Street Presbyterian church, of which she was a faithful and consistent member un til God's call summoned her home. Generosity and loyalty to her friends were marked traits of her character, and among her chiefest joys was that of lending a helping hand where help was needed. She was the last of her immediate family to pass into the Great Beyond. Her faith was founded upon the Rock of Ages. The joy of assurance was hers. With St. Paul she could say: "I know Whom I have believed, and am persuaded that He is able to keep that which I have committed unto Him against that day." How Coca-Cola Resembles Tea If you could take about one-third of a glass of tea, add two-thirds glass of carbonated water, then remove the tea flavor and add a little lemon juice, phosphoric acid, sugar, caramel and certain flavors in the correct proportion, you would have an almost perfect glass of Coca-Cola. In fact, Coca-Cola may be fairly described as "a carbonated, flavored counterpart of tea, of ap proximately one-third the stimulating strength of the average cup of tea." The following analyses, made and confirmed by the leading chemists throughout America, show the comparative stimulating strength of tea and Coca-Cola stated in terms of the quantity of caffein contained in each: cupful 1.54 gr. (5 fl. o*.) Black tea ( hot ) Green tea ? 1 glassful 2.02 &r. 0 cold) (8 if. a*., exclusive oi ice) Coca-Cola ? 1 drink, 8 fi. oz 61 gr. (prepared with 1 ft. oi. of ayrup) Of all the plants which Nature has provided for man's use and enjoyment, none surpasses tea in its refreshing, wholesome and helpful qualities. This explains its almost universal popularity. The Coca-Cola Company has issued a booklet giving detailed analysis of its recipe. A copy will be mailed free on request to anyone who is interested. Address : The Coca-Cola Co., Dept. J, Atlanta, Ga., U. S. A. The Best of the New Things for Springtime In the enthusiastic seeking of "lower prices" which seems to have become so general during recent months, there is danger, we think, of overstepping the bounds of true economy and mistaldng the cheap and tawdry for the low-in-price. This is one reason why you will find a visit to this store par ticularly helpful at this time, in fulfilling your plans for the new season. No unworthy goods may find a place amon-g the stocks, and^we think you may safely rely upon our taste and j,'oo<1 judgment in se lection. And while everything here is of the s?ime high, dependable quality that has always been characteristic at MILL.ER & RHOADS, prices are now materially lower. To-day the store is gaijy decked out in its sp ring-time dress, splendidly ready to serve your every jneed, whether for articles of apparel and personal adornment or for the home.