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for You in Clothes We'll give you fine all - wool quality and the best style to be had. We'll reduce your clothes expense. Hart, Schaffner & Marx clothes outwear other clothes. We'll give your money back if you're not satisfied. BURK & CO. Main Street at Eighth 666 CURES MALARIA, CHILLS AND FEVER, BILIOUS FEVER. COLDS ANDXAGRIPPE, OR MONEY REFUNDED. WHOOPING COUGH ROCHE'S^EMBROCATION Relieves in Bronc wmptlyand safely. Effective SO and Hhwimitinm. _AJ1 druKKihU or W. EDWARDS & SON ,-Al' or London, England ??MGfcR* * CO. 90-02 Bee It man ht.N.Y? JOHNSON'S FOOT SOAP (On market for over forty years) made of Borax, Iodine and Bran, is a sure and safe relief for those tired, 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. 717-719 Rent Ave., Brooklyn, New York The next time you buy calomel ask for lotah The purified and refined calomel tablets that are nausealess, safe and sure. Medicinal virtues retain ed and improved. Sold only in sealed packages. Price 35c. ? ? m ? ? ? i wm Restore* Gray Hair to It* Natural Color REMOVES DANDRUFF AND SCURF Invigorates and prevents the hair from falling out marvilous in it* irrccrs For Sate bu Druggistt, or Sent Direct Mall XANTHINE COMPANY, Richmond, Va. Frica $1 .25 pat bsttk, trial us* Stc. S?a4 f?r drcakr iWarrta sea Murphy-Brady: On June 16, 1921, by Dr. Metcalf, at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Brady, 6152 Mesa Avenue, Los An geles, Cal., Miss Gtertrude Elizabeth Brady and Mr. Henry Leland Murphy, only son of Mr. and Mrs. T. Y. Mur phy, of 1120 Main Street, Pine Bluff. Ark. 3? t a t f) g JENNIE GRANT SOMERVILLE. "Ble3sed are the pure in heart, for they shall see God." Entered Into life eternal, June 23, 1921, at her home in Culpeper Coun ty, Va., Jennie Grant Somerville, af ter a long life of usefulness and ser vice which continued to the day of her death. Having professed her faith in the Lord Jesu3 Christ when but a girl and become a member of the Presbyterian church, throughout her life she was a devoted member of that church and extended her in terest and help to churches of other denominations, to many charitable causes, and to a large number of in dividuals. Pure in heart and in life, ever kind and true, steadfast in her simple Christian faith and devotion to duty, she possessed a character which was one, not only of loveliness, but also of strength, and which was peculiarly free from the baser ele ments which in human nature are so generally and sadly mixed with the good. Her piety was so genuine, her humility so unaffected, her charity so fervent, her life so guileless, and her good deeds so numerous, that "none knew her but to love her, none named her but to praise." In her life, the si3ters and brothers who survive her. the church of which she was one of the main supports, and the large cir cle of relatives and friends have a rich heritage; and in her character there remains the stimulating exam ple of what the grace of God can ac complish. So that, "she being dead, yet speaketh." "She is not dead! Her soul to realms above us fled. Though, like a star, it dwells o'er head, Still lights this world below." Thomas W. Hooper. TRIBITTE OF RESPECT. Under the all-wise providence of God we have been sadly bereaved in the death of a sister in Christ, in the person of Mrs. Martha A. Sieg. We realize our loss is her eternal gain and that she has left a fragrant memory to those who mourn her de parture. A willing helper, with a generous hand, she delighted in every good work to advance the kingdom of her Lord. Therefore, be it resolved ? 1. That we bow in humble submis sion to His will who has called her up higher. 2. That a copy of these resolutions be spread upon the minutes of the Auxiliary and a copy be sent to the members of her family. 3. That we follow her example in the service of her Saviour. Respectfully submitted, Mrs. F. E. Goodwin, Mrs. Clara D. Irvine, Mrs. William C. White, Committee. SOI. TH Kl KI.1> POINT KAUi, A School for Glrla. Beautifully situated on Long Island Sound at Southfield Point, Stamford, Conn. High Academic Standards. Intermediate, General and College Preparatory Courses. Music, Gymnastics, Athletics and Sports. Horseback Riding, Skating, etc. 52 minutes from Grand Cen tral Station, New York. Number of resident pupils limited. JESSIE CALLAN GRAY. II. A_ Principal. II BUN ICE TOWS KM) PORTER, AnNlntant Principal. Until September 15th address JESSIE CALLAM GRAY, 121 North Linden Ave., East End, Pittsburgh, Pa. WASHINGTON SEMINARY, Wanhlngton, Pa. Boarding School for Girls. Music, Art, College Preparatory and Regular Courses. MARY I)E 111' HE McCVRDY, Prln. POTOMAC UNIVERSITY Offers for the 18th year systematic instruction by correspondence. College of Lfberal Arts. School of Theology. The Graduate School. Degrees Granted. For Catalogue address 1881 3d St., N. W.. Washington, D. C. OI*D DOMINION ACADEMY. Robert Allen's Preparatory School for Boys, 7 to 20. Semi-military. At health resort in mountains of West Virginia. 100 miles from Washington, D. C. Lim ited to 60. Reasonable rates. Catalog. Address It. R. AlaLHN, Sunt., n?x I., Ilrrkrlry Spring", W. Vn. PEACE INSTITUTE RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA For Young Women Established 1857 College Courses. Preparatory Courses for Standard College Requirements. Diplomas in Piano, Voice, Art, Expression and Home Economics. Commercial-Secretarial Course. Teacher Training Course. Specialists in all de partments. LULA B. WYNNE HALL, Home School for Girls MARY OWEN GRAHAM, Pres. STONEWALL JACKSON COLLEGE FOR YOUNG WOMEN ABINGDON, .... VIRGINIA Location? In the fine old town of Abingdon, on a beautiful fifty-acre campus. An ideal situation. Buildings ? Fine modern dormitories. Every room with bath. New dor mitory ready by September, costing 590,000.00. Administration building in course of erection, costing $150,000.00 on completion. Courses? Standard Literary, leading to A. B. degree. Preparatory for col lege entrance. Special courses In Music, Art, Expression, Home Economics and Business. Standard? A school emphasizing Christian culture and character. A home life amid beautiful surroundings is the ideal of Stonewall Jackson. Modern in buildings and equipment, conservative in standards and ideals. Under control of the Presbyterian Church. FRED W. ALEXANDER, President SOCIAL FOU SQUARE THE NEEDS OF YOUR BOY SOUND MIND IN A SOUND BODY IS OUR AIM PHYSICAL Military Training Write for Catalogue CHAMBERLAIN-HUNT ACADEMY W. Kennedy, Pres. Port Gibson, Miss. COLUMBIA THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY THORNTON WHALING, President COLUMBIA, S. C. This time-honort d institution offers its services to the Church in preparing her young men for the ministry. At no time in its history can it boast of such a fine spirit of unanimity and co-operation between faculty and students as at the present. While the standard of efficiency from an intellectual standpoint remains high, the most outstanding characteristic, at present is the deep spirituality and consecration of the students. The Seminary is ideally located for student supply work and missionary service. For particulars and the new catalogue, address JOHN M. WELLS, D. D., Presi dent, or HUGH R. MURCHISON, Executive Secretary, Columbia, S. C. AUSTIN PRESBYTERIAN THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY The Seminary of the Southwest Located in the beautiful capital city of Texas. A product of the vigorous Southwest, with highest Christian ideals and standard training. Adjacent to the University of Texas, exchanging credits with it; exceptional opportunity for University training, especially in social sciences, pedagogy, and philosophy. Students can secure the M. A. from the University of Texas during the Seminary course. Opens September 28, 1921. Address Reverend T. W. Currie, Chairman of the Faculty, Austin, Texas.