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iflffil BALTIMORE, MD. fMSXW CHURCH. CHIME and PEAL ffll - ? f*? K? | I O Memoriali 29~n> CS t L L 9 a Specialty HYMN HOOKS \V\NTKI?. We wish to secure second-han-l tuples <>r TIIM ASSKMIILY SONGS in good condition, up to the number (>i 200. Address John W. Friend, H >x 383, Petersburg, Va. Missionary in Cuba deslrea to preach in States for summer. Grad uate of Union Seminary, Richmond, Va. S. 11 M. Ghiselin, Presbyterian df the South. Vet they cost you no more. It pays to buy good quality, good fitting clothes for man or boy. They are here at almost pre war prices. Mail orders promptly filled. DRINK VALLEY FORGE SPKCLAL ANI> ARROW SPECIAL,. UNITED BEVERAGE CO.. 1013 E. Cary St., Richmond, Va. Renew your health by purifying your system with Quick and delightful re lief for biliousness, colds, constipation, headaches, and stomach, liver and blood troubles. The genuine are sold only in 35c packages. Avoid imitations. Cuticura Talcum ? ? Fascinatingly Fragrant ? ? ? Always Healthful Creo o t (Sticura L*t?ratort??,U?pt. V ktaWUa, ? very where 2b c SILK HOSE DIRECT TO YOU Havre you 25c to tXV a pair. Our leader ? Ladies' fall- fashioned, highest grade pure Bilk sU-cking*. Avc-thread linen spliced heel and toe: lii 00 a imir. three pain $M 00. Strongest and best wear Iiik hosiery on the market. Monty back H not aatlsftod. Free Samples quu?iyVf??uS;.ttni1 Writo for theso today with new descrip tive Price I. i?t of our full lino of Silk, Hilk I .Isle . Fibre Silk and Cotton hosiery for women, misses, men and ciilldren -all at our direct-to-you money-saving prices. HARTLEY MOSKHY CO., Louisvilla, Ky. PEARL LAUNDRY CO., lnc 4-6-8 10 12 S. Twelfth St. Richmond, Va. 1AUNDERKRS, DYERS and Cl.l ANKRS Your Work Solioited SEND US A BUNDLE A TRIBUTE. In Pocahontas, Va., April. 1st, the soul of Mrs. C. B. Hood entered into eternal rest. Mrs. Hood, who wail Miss Janie K. Wise, was born in Au gusta County, and when she was a young girl her family moved to Cul peper, where she has spent most of her life. For a few years she has spent part of the time with her daugh ter, Mr?. L. E. Ward, of Pocahontas, and part of the time with her son in Loudoun County. She was a faithful and devoted member of the Culpepe'* Presbyterian church. its Sunday school and Missionary Society during a long and useful life. She was al wnys ready with a willing heart to help in all work of the church. She was a true Christian, a good friend and neighbor. While we mourn her loss, we re joice In the memory of her life of service and the influence of her faith ful Christian character upon the church and community. We may truly say of her. Servant of God, well done. From the Missionary Society of the Culpeper Presbyterian Church. ACCEPTED FOR HIGHER SERVICE. Miss Rosa May Hannan, born April 15, 1878, at Swan Creek. O., died in the Clark County Hospital, Win chester, Ky., January 18, 1921, after a lingering illness of typhoid fever and a surgical operation. Every kind ness was shown her in the hospital by doctors, nurses, Rev. J. W. Tyler, D. I)., and others. Miss Hannan was a young woman of sterling worth, one of earth's no blest, and her aim in life was always high, striving for the purest and best. From childhood she had lived and studied to be a missionary, was edu cated at the Lewibsurg Female Sem inary under the Rev. R. L. Telford, D. D., to whom she was deeply at tached, and his training was never lost on her, for she was a true illus tration of obedience to the law of loving God with the mind, bringing all her thoughts, her intelligence and culture "into captivity into obedienco to the law of Christ." She entered the Home Mission work in Kentucky in September, and was happy in her efforts to velieve the siek and suffering, sparing not her self that she might be about the Master's business. An epidemic of typhoid fever broke out iu the Presbyterian School at Guevrant, Ky., where Miss Hannan was teaching and nursing the sick, and she volunteered to go to the help of the mountain people where rever was raging, aud she went into the home of a mooushiner, where the en tire family was sick with typhoid in a malignant form. Iter courage was undaunted, for her sweet and gener ous service was at the disposal of all who were in need, and she led two souls to Christ iu that family. Having professed her faith in Christ and united with the Presbyterian church at Point Pleasant. W. Va., in childhood, her whole life was led un der the terms of God's covenant, and in her last days she was cheered and comforted by the presence of her brother, James, to whom she said* "I do not regret the sacrifice of niy life, for two more souls are in heaven because 1 nursed the moonshiners." She passed away In the triumph of a faith that did not for a moment waver, and a hope that grew brlghtor, as the shadows of death gather around her. Truly she hath broken the alabas ter box, and Its perfume permeates the mountain mission field and tfte home and community iu which sha lived. On January 20th a large crowd of neighbors and friends gathered at the old Hannan home, where impressive funeral services were conducted by her pastor, the Rev. J. F. Baxter. Interment was in the Hannan Cem etery, where she was tenderly laid to rest beside her sainted father and mother. She is survived by two broth ers and two sisters, besides nieces, nephews and other relatives. She is not dead, but has entered into life. B. GEORGE \V. WATTS. The Executive Committee of the Board of Trustees of Union Theologi cal Seminary, in session for the first time since the death of Mr. Georgo W. Watts, a member of this commit tee, desires to place on record its deep and keen sense of sorrow and be reavement occasioned by his death, which occurred in Durham, N. C., March 7, 1921. For many years Mr. Watts was the efficient president of the Board of Trustees of the Seminary, and, in ad dition to his great liberality to the institution, brought to the meetings of the Board the benefit of extensive business experience and ability and the force of his noble Christian char acter. He was likewise an honored and valued member of this Executive Com mittee, and when able to attend the meetings in the interval between the Board meetings, by his genial person ality, his fine business sense, his deep interest in the things of the kingdom, his large outlook upon the world, he contributed much to the results of the deliberations and the wisdom of the committee's actions. An earnest and devoted Christian gentleman, an active church worker, a most liberal benefactor to the Sem inary and to all worthy benevolences, known and honored throughout the Church as well as in his own city, he was a faithful exponent of the reli gion of his Master whom he served, and his death is mourned by the whole Church, and especially by this Sem inary. Be it resolved: 1. That in the death of Mr. Watts the Seminary mourns the loss of one who had endeared himself to us all and who combined such deep spiritual power with such line business ability which he always used gladly for the Master. 2. That we bow in humble submis sion to Him Who doeth all things well, and say, "Even so. Father, for so it seemeth good in Thy sight." 3. That we express to Mrs. Watts and to his daughter, Mrs. John Sprunt Hill, our deepest sympathy, and "com mend them to God and to the word of His grace which is able to build them up and give them an inheritance among all them that are sanctified." A COMPLETE ELECTRIC PLANT FOR THE FARM DELCO-LIGHT Do you want things more handy around the house and barn? Put in Delco-Light. It furnishes electric power for operating light machinery. It furnishes electric lights for the house and barn. It pumps and forces the water to wherever you want it, and does other useful work. Write for Catalog SUBURBAN LIGHTING CORP., Distributors 115 N. 8th St., Richmond, Va. USED THROUGHOUT THE WORLD 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 a danger, we think, of overstepping the bounds of true economy and mistaking 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 among the stocks, and we think you may safely rely upon our taste and good judgment in se lection And while everything here is of the same high, dependable quality that has always been characteristic at MILLER & RHOADS, prices are now materially lower. To-day the store is gaily decked out in its spring-time deess, splendidly ready to serve your every need, whether for articles of apj>arel and personal adornment or for the home. I he Shopping Center " 8cRJktm$i Richmond. Va.