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TO ANY COLLEGE IN THIS STATE At but small sacrifice to yourself through our " College Plan" If you will begin to prepare while they are young Ask or Write for Booklet American National Bank Tenth and Main, Richmond, Virginia "The Bank with the Three Doors of Opportunity " In Matters Pertaining to Banking, Trusts or Real Estate wo cordially invito your business. Interest allowed 011 daily balances of Savings and Dormant Accounts. We have many customers who do their banking by mail. RICHMOND TRUST CO. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, SI .200,000 JOHN SKELTON WILLIAMS, Chairman of the Board. E. L. BEMISS, President, C. J. ANDERSON, Vice-President, J. D. CRUMP, Vicc-Prcsidcnt, R. J. WILLINGHAM, Jr., Scc'y. and Troas., DEANE MAURY, Trust Officer. WHAT A CHECKING ACCOUNT WILL DO FOR YOU ? A CHECKING account here will enable you to put your personal and household finances on a business basis; to pay all bills by check and so have your cancelled check as a sure receipt; and to give yourself financial standing in the community because you are connected with this firmly estab lished financial institution. NATIONAL STATE & CITY BANK Richmond, - Virginia KING COLLEGE, BRISTOL, TENNESSEE An A. B. College for men. Full faculty. Athletics. 40-acre campus. Mountain climate. Capacity. 107 young men. A. B. and B. S. decrees. Strom* pro-modioal courses. Bible required. Southern Presbyterian Church control. Write Box 265 for catalogue and information. DAVIDSON A Standard and Efficient College for 500 Men Davidson believes that colleges will be full again next year, and we make the^following suggestions: 1. Choose early the institution you expect to patronize. Write at once for information to guide you in coming to a final decision. 2. Confer with your school authorities to make sure the courses now pursued will give you sufficient entrance units properly dis tributed. 3. Send in $10 for room reservation at once. Davidson will limit her numbers next year to 500. More than one hundred were turned away last year, and the registration this year is considerably in advance of this time last year. For 1921-22 Davidson proposes to enlarge her equipment, in crease the faculty, provide new courses, and serve the students better than ever before. ? For application blank address the Dean, Dr. M. E. Sentelle, Davidson College, Davidson, N. C. HAMPDEN-SIDNEY COLLEGE Ilampden-Sldney, Va. A college for men, founded 1776. Degrees of B. A., B. S. and M. A. Entrance on certificate from accredited schools. Ideal location in beautiful climate. New gym n allium. All outdoor sports. Equipment thoroughly modern. Expense? reason a b Students receive personal attention from faculty. Write for Booklet and Catalogue J. D. EGGLESTON, LL. D., President Hampden-Sldney, Va THE NOWLAN COMPANY High-Class Diamonds and other Precic>. i Stones. New designs in Engagement and Wedding Rings, Silver Novelties and Ga< s of Silver for Bridal Presents of the Laijr est Patterns. Fine Imported and Americas Watches, Opera Glasses and Loqpietis. Oasis ami am approval upon satisfactory city efsrsness. ?U BAST MAIN STREET, -RICHMOND. VA. 30 e a 1 1) sf Hamnor: Died at the Presbyterian Hospital, Charlotte, N. C., May 18, 1921, Mrs. Anna Bridges Hamner, in the sixty-fourth year of her ape. She was a sister of ltev. J. R. Bridges. D. D. JOHN* CATjVIX STKWAUT. Of staunch and honored ancestry, Stewarts and Sherrards, Dr. Stewart was born September 28, 1S4 8, in Ger rardstown, now West Virginia, coming into a home of intelligence and love and piety. His boyhood was in a good home in Alexandria, with a fath er and mother whom ho greatly hon ored and loved. Passing through a good classical school, he acquired tastes and desires that grew and flow ered in gentleness, purity and piety. Through early association with his father's commercial life, he received a valuable business training that served him well throughout, liis life. A few years later than is usual with young men, he followed his strong de sire and sought education at Hamp den-Sidney College, and with his heart set on the Christian ministry he en tered Union Theological Seminary at ITampden-Sidney, graduating in 1882, respected and loved by professors and students, gentle, unassuming, faithful and devout. In that year, 1882, he was licensed to preach, and soon after, on May 10th, he was ordained to the ministry, reaching the high aim of his conse crated life. With modesty and devotion he be gan his work as a servant of God in a wide country field at Marshall. Del eplane and Uppervillo, in Loudoun and Fauquier Counties, with some ex posure and hardship and much fidel ity. From 1885 to 188 7 he was at Waverlv, near Baltimore, and before the end of 1887 he came to Richmond, accepting the call of a small mission work of the Second Presbyterian church, on West Grace Street, succeed ing the ministry of the Rev. Peyton H. lloge, and with the counsel and guidance of the Rev. Dr. Moses D. Hoge. From 1887 to the end, in 1021, for thirty-four years he lived and la bored in this city, which in such a large degree came to know him well, in the sanctuary and out of it; to honor and to love him as he went calling and gathering a growing flock, as a good shepherd, to follow him as he found for them the green pastures of God's truth and grace, and the still waters of "the peace that passeth all understanding." From the plain mission chapel the small flock moved to the Sunday school chapel on Harrison Street, and now the Church of the Covenant, the pastor and people toiled with zeal and untiring efforts, growing in sac rifice and in fruits with the help and blessing of God. A commodious and handsome church was erected on the corner of Park Avenue and Harrison Street. How much through years of sacrifice WANTED ? TEACHERS FOR SEP tember vacancies in Girls' Prepara tory School (Presbyterial). Only earnest Christian women of college education need apply. Also piano and voice teacher. Only letters en closing testimonials and full partic ulars will be answered. W. P. Hol lingsworth, Kenansville, N. C. ORGANIST. WANTED ? A CAPABLE ORGANIST and choir director September 1st. Give reference, experience and sal ary expected. First Presbyterian Church, Durham, N. C. ORGANIZED 1832 Home Institution First Va. Fire & Marine Ins. Company 1015 Fast Main Street RICHMOND, VA. Wm. H. Palmer, President B. C. 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