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VALLEY FORCE SPECIAL AND A ft HOW SPECIAL. UNITED HEVERAOE CO., 1013 E. Cary St., Richmond, Va. What We Can Do for Yon 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 AND LAGRIPPE, OR MONEY REFUNDED. The next time you buy calomel ask for The purified and refined calomel tablets that are nausea less, safe and sure. Medicinal virtues retain ed and improved. Sold only in sealed packages. Price 35c. Clear Baby's Skin With Cuticura Soap and Talcum Soap.Olntment.Tklcum.tte.evoTwiMr*. For urn pie* addreaa: 0?Oc?r?t?b?r?>orto?.Di?t. 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 pi ice. THOMAS GILL SOAP CO. 717-719 Kent Ave., Brooklyn, New York xanthine: Restores Gray Hair to Its Natural Color REMOVES DANDRUFF AND SCURF invigorates sad prevents the hair from faiiiag out MAHVBLOUt IN ITS BPTICia For SaJe iy Druggists, or SeniDlrtclk)/ Mail XANTHINE COMPANY* Richmond, Va. FifeelUSsarfcettlt, trial tbeMc. S?e4 ier ctoekr The St. I<ouis Assembly met the situation admirably. With the Stew ardship Committee carefully arrang ing schedules, and with Dr. Melvin in the role of chief dispatcher, and with a fine spirit of prayerful co-operation all along the line, the Assembly and the Synods may go ahead with their great enterprises with an altogether new confidence. Danville, Va. ifflarriagea Camp- Wart h?*n : At the residence of the bride's brother, Mr. G. A. War then. 2500 Hanover Avenue. Rich mond, Va.. on August 25, 1921, Mr. William C. Camp and Miss Annie Bell Warthen. both of Richmond. Rev. Dr. F. T. McFaden, their pastor, per formed the ceremony. MrWhorter-Gammon: In the Pres byterian church. Fredericksburg, Va.. June 15, 1921. Rev. E. G. Gammon. D. D., assisted by Rev. Robert C. Gil* more, officiating. Dr. Ashton Waugh McWhorter, of Hampden-Sldney Col lege, to Miss Bessie Belle Gammon, of Chevy Chase School, Washington, D. C. Ratchfonl-Gtat: In the Old Wax haw Presbyterian church, near Lan caster, S. C., August 22, 1921, by Rev. Charles B. Ratchford, brother of the groom. Mr. E. F. Ratchford and Miss Sadie Gist, granddaughter of the late Governor Gist, of South Carolina, both of Carlisle, S. C. McClane-Kerr: On August 2 2d. at the residence of her brother, Mr. C. W. Kerr. In Huntington, W. Va., by Rev. John K. Hitner, Mr. Erskine Mc Clane, cashier of the Ohio Valley Bank, and Miss Marguerite F. Kerr, of Huntington, W. Va. Howard : Mr. William R. Howard, a member of the Womble Presbyte rian church, (lied near Womble on July 6, 1921. He was a good hus band and father. AiuLh: Died in a hospital in De troit, Mich., July 28, 1921, Mr. Lewis Dixon Amis, aged twenty-eight years. During his long illness in the hospital his sweet, Christian life exerted a tre mendous influence over doctors, nurses and patients. He was buried in Norfolk, Va., the home of his mother. ALUAN'CE OF REFORM KD CHURCHK8 HOLDING THK PKKHBYTKKIAX S\STK>i. Council at Pittsburgh, Sept.. Ittlil. The eleventh General Council of the Alliance is appointed to meet at Pitts burgh from Friday, September 1 6th, to Sunday, September 2 5th, inclusive. The headquarters and principal place of meeting will "be the First Presby terian church, Sixth Avenue near Wood Street, and the William Penn Hotel will be tho scene of the chief social functions. Delegates, immedi ately upon their arrival in the city. ?L CROUp ' ? OR WHOOPING COUGH HOMrTLT AND EAPICLY RELIEVED IT ROCHE'S HER3AL EMBROCATION BRONCHITU.LUMBAGO, RHEUMATISM sisraaa iBassr 90-92 Packman St. N. Y. are requested to repair to the First church, where the secretaries have their office, that they may obtain their lodging assignments and receive print ed copies of the reports to be dis cussed by the Council. The Rev. William Park, D. D., LL. D., of Belfast, Ireland, will be the presiding officer. He was elected president of the Council at the Aber deen meeting in 1913, and will vacate his position at the close of this Coun cil. Chairmen for the different sit tings wfft, however, be selected from among the various churches repre sented. Besides those from the Pres byterian bodies in the United States and Canada, there will be delegates from England. Scotland. Ireland. Wales, France. Germany, Switzerland, Italy, Belgium, Holland, Hunsarv, Czecho-Slovakia. Lithuania. India. China, Korea. South Africa and other countries. It is expected that the rep resentation from the continent of Eu rope will he larger than at any pre vious Council. The program will in clude papers and discussions on sev* eral of the burning religious questions of the day, as well as a survey of what the Reformed and Presbyterian churches of the world are doing and suffering in their widely scattered fields. In view of the vital interest of the proceedings, the presence of so many prominent and influential Church leaders from all parts, and the decisions that may be arrived at on matters of great urgency and im portance. we would press for a full attendance of thj delegates from the beginning to the end of the Council, and we invite the sympathy and prayers of all Christian people, espe cially of those belonging to our par ticular household of faith. J. R.' Fleming, Acting General Secretary. Henry B. Master. American Secretary, pro tem. Unchaining the Bible Bibles were once so costly that they were chained to pillars in the churches. In the reign of Edward I. a Bible cost $150. Wanes averaged three cents a day. Six hundred years later, in the reign of Edward VII., Bibles sold for 25 cents each. The Book has been unchained. How came the Bible to be made available for even the poorest? Largely through the ministry of Bible Societies whose mission it is to produce the Scriptures at the lowest cost and distribute them as widely as possible. During its history of 105 years the American Bible Society, a recognised agency of the Presbyterian Church, has circulated 140,000,000 copies of the Scriptures. In Arabic, Japanese, Chinese, Telugu, Tamil, and over 150 other languages and dialects it has gone forth. The Bible has been unchained for the blind. The Society has printed the Scriptures in raised letters in English, Arabic, Spanish, Armenian, Armeno-Turkish, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese and Siamese. Has your church Unchained, too, is the Book for the poor, the aged, the given? soldier, the sailor, the rancher, the immigrant, the Indian, Have you given? the miner, the lumberman, for uncounted multitudes to whom the colporteurs go with the Good News. Already the Bible has been unchained for a large part of the world's population. To the uttermost man in the uttermost part ? this is our program. American Bible Society BIBLE HOUSE, ASTOR PLACE NEW YORK, N. Y. Bidding a New Season WELCOME with immense stocks of fine New Fall and Winter Merchandise the most desirable the markets afford. Suits 1 Frocks! W rap si Also Millinery, Shoes, Undergarments, etc., for Women, Misses and Children. Dress Goods and Silks in fine assortment; Cotton Goods, Linens ami small wares of ever)- description. Homefurnishing Goods Furniture, Curtains, Draperies, Hugs and Bedding Supplies; also Chinaware, Silver, Nickle, Glass, Aluminum, Tin and Wood. Whenever it is impossible for you to receive our welcome in person at the Store, vou are invited to call the good services of the Store to your aid through the medium of our Mail Order Department. All goods delivered free ? by Parcel Post, Freight, or Express New Fall and Winter Catalogue Mailed Free I'pon Request " The Shopping Center" RICHMOND, VA.