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Irudliig I'll.-. |)ru__ists refund ninney
if PASO OIN IMKN'T fails tu cure any
Iel of how li 'ti?; mandina:.
> i?i appltestiorj glrae
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BRIEFS AND PERSONALS.
??k? a lull* aataanc* aral tun? diam?.
. blt uf Vindo*? ev*r* B?? W?l?:
Stir in hop* ami aaraaaSS with a .la*, uf *)<*>
Alni a Ual* of -win. otter p*.ri?, ,im_
With Ih* ladla known aa K,?a roll tl?aa laing.
And tba joyful world will kata nair ?____
| IV*,.* U> frown whit* waiting fur y?lr loila re?
1 *?*? '"I"?' ? ' r?*t ta hair.
sadly thank,rai thar aon.ohow tba 1?a-J
Alway. |>u_ th* b*?t th,n_. on aunv* ..thar'.
- k charrful word, to all who ma; kltidly
. w,ll m>I.tom fal or th* mat
Mrs. F. K. liiaiker left yesterday to
v i*it her nhl home In Lexington, Va.
\riiiintn Dowdy,Of rUe-B-OOd,
was the guest of MUfl Daisv I>a\ 11
Seal Mon,lny will bs the il ret day
ul the fall tenn I'fCtuirt fur Charlotte
M - \m:!, -, A.,;t., ,,f NotlOWSy,
ls visiting in tlie home ur Mr lt f,
Mr ll B. VVoadsors, nf ( uiul?rlan4
i H., was ni I. wu Monday en route
-Ilsa Bdras Pries, ami brother,
Luther, of Rosnoks, visiteil relatives
here last week.
Talk about men tyeing patient, whet
man would hav e the patience to take
- J !?: Johnston and K. I..
Paulett spent seveial daysofthia week
in UieCapll.il City.
KevJan Cannon, Jr., of Blank
stone, waa Iii low ii Wedue?dsy aud
1-Ura_ay of this week.
Consult the lal-e! on your paper ami
if behind on your subscription we
Will appreciate your remittance.
Dr. \V. K. Aiiiler-mi sustained paiu
ful injury to one of lila feet last Sun?
day hy hln horse falling on him.
Mr. NV. II. Agnew left last 1-SBday
for Covington, Va., where he will he
engaged in the work (if tue profession.
A friend tn whom you have told
secrets hollis a tl rat mortgage un your
peace of mimi which he may tolSS-SB
any time hy disclosing.
Mr. W. Et Cox, who le a valued em?
ployee of the Norfolk ami Weetara
Hallway, spent Monday in Farmville
willi his parents ami friend"
Mr. John Ma rye Burt??, who re"
cent ly entered the Medical CV?lags of
x'liK'inia, is at home to a?slst Dr. An?
derson in hts dtuK attire.
Dr. Anderson will attend lits next
of the National Medical As
si'i iatioii in the pace of Dr. deo. Hen
ii an delegate from Hits State.
Correspondents of the Merah! will
please not have letters for publication
reach OUT office later than Wednesday
unli-ss it is news of unsual Impor
Make ii" mistake In marking your
ticket next Tuesday. If not clearly
underst.HMi consult your choice of the
judges fm explanation. Don't make
The Ba-p?sis and Mott??leta enter?
tained in a most enjoyahle maimer
Friday evening the young ladies of
the Normal Behool Who attend their
.-luir, ' ?
I he l-'arinville (.iisrd can now en
pastune of a game of box ball
rolling without vexatious waits for
the little hoy to -et up the pins. The
pins set themselves up automatically,
i people united with the Metho?
dist Church at this place last Sunday
morning. We understand that there
have heen some thirtv-llve additions
tn this church during this Conference
Kev. VV. (abell I'lournov, who is
located in West Virginia, i* spending
some time with his aunt, Mn. J. P.
Fitzgerald. His wife ami child are
with lum. Mr. Klournoy enjoyed the
journey from his home to Karniville
ni a hi..
Mr. V. Velden, Hie former popular
deputy Clerk of Cumberland Court,
who hus been spending a month or
more in Farmville "catching on" to
the banking bUSinSBB, left last Tues?
day for Stony Creek where he be
rXrS-SI a cashier.
Kev. Mr. Hank will preach at tbe
Methialist Church next Sunday morn?
ing, amt at night Mr. Winn will
preach lils last sermon before the
mcetim: of the Annual Conference,
which convenes in Danville, Va.,
'The TUTBSB-HifatalSS surprised the
Farmville people yeaterdsy by MSB
Ingto town on tlie lt o'clock train
fruin Lynchburg. Our and a half
hours earlier than usual, but wost
people would prefer to await the com?
ing on the l_:'''i train with full tele?
graph service. The Times-Dispatch,
however, ls welcome In every Farm?
ville home whether it comes at mid?
night or at noon._
Miss Abbott Ce ming.
Miss Annie May Abbott, the little
Qsogla magnet, will appear at the
i ipi-*! House Monday evening. Mia*
\bl..itt has completed her third tour
of the world, and while in Europe ap?
peared before every crowued head and
nas sninmaiide.1 to appear before the
late ("iieen Victoria of Kuglaud. She
ie the only Amer! -ii woman who aii
pearsd before the Sultan of Turkey,
W_B pt?IB?Sad her with a maguiticetit
lira of diamonds. She carries letters
from every orowned head.
fltie appeared before President Honee
veltat Washington, aud received his
Mi-h Abbott ls s Southern woman,
born In Atlanta, (la. She discovered
her cower when only ll years old.
The New Vs*- Herald says: "Kvery
thiiig done opeuly. She is a great
Miss Abbott will be Here only one
night, and everyone should see her.
I ii sale st Crute - Co's. Drug
Store prices la, fal, ."si.
Pain msjy go b* the name of rbeuin?
ii-m. ii-uralgia, 1 uni bago, pleulsy. No
i hat naaie the pains are called,
||,.Mist, i Mountain Tea will
drive them away. U centv Tea or
If you are tioahlsd with indigestion,
sonsBpatfcaB, nat stomach, or any
ither pain, Hollister's Boca*- _??**_>
inn Taa Will make you well and keep
r?- veil. a- BBSa-, l>a >,r Tablets.
winston Dtug Co.
A Farmville Man Honoied
? -Hale Hank ,,! Psmpl
organized last week, is bow bb ?
thing, and will le rn upsiatli-l in ?
few weeks. Mr. W. P. Venable, Hu
well know u assistant cushier of thi
Planters Hank of Farmville, un?
elected pre*Idenl W. ll. Ligon, vice
president, amt l? Morn- \\ ?
Klchmoiid, easliier. 'The dim?ttl ,,(
the bank are MSBSs_ \\ . IV VsnsUs,
W. H. Lagon, lira. C. S. Motton and
W. H. Lukin, W. C. Franklin, lt. |.
Franklin, J. F. Countilly. \\ I; Bio
fort), and Walker So,lt
I-luplln is forging rapidly to the
front, in addition to its iiianaii. I ti
pipe WOT?I its enterprising eitlzeua
have prepared coiiiiinajiuus imarter.*
for the sale of leaf tobacco and no*
the talk is of a inaiiufacton .
Some ut Mist Abbott's Notices.
Dr. 'Talmage, the great New V,nk
Divine, In speaking of Miss Al,bott |_
a lecture, remarked,: "I can no more
explain it than 1 can tell wini inn,la
the Crestifr; I know it exists, ami th?
is all I do know.''
Mnksi.su c.m.i p?uiFrani
Proved a iny*teiy nuleisl. Such an
exhibition is beyond all criticism.
ID.mi.i? New v,,ik Everything
done openly. Il is a great plieinuiu
Porn Washington Bbs di
thing dannel for her. We can't de
line the l>ower; truly it ia phenomenal.
Swan (B?(thoora Hba handled ths
ehsnaph?i with a* niu.li ease ?- an
Timbi (Kansai div \ ragular
little storage battery, with a sining
Interrupted circuit thal baffles the
CoMMHu in. [LoSlSVilla) Fntire
ly inexplicable from a sclemille stun,I
Tlie Mid annual session of the Vir?
ginia Annual Conference of the Mstb
ikIIsI Fplscopal Church, Bout- will
open Its session in Danville nest
Wednesday morning, with
Charles II (.alloway, of ?lat
presiding. The Danville Methodist
"Since the last session of thia noble
body of consecrated men of loni as?
sembled iii Danville. Nov eiubei,
UH , many changes baie taken
place ii tlie personnel of the Confer?
ence. Many of those who ?D -
roll call at that session lune l>ee:i nill?
ed frata latsir lo reward. Among the
number who have died during the
past eight years the following clerical
members are numbered: .1. .1 Fl
wards, Spencer, Manning, Vander
?lles, I'. M. Wallace, Snuthey, G I
Hooker, Sr., W. A. Boblnson, I?- \V.
Heed, (layton, Btadd, Mcclelland,.!.
a. Blddlek, A. G. Blown, Saunders,
Mullin, J. ll. Waggoner, J. ll Rid
dick, Croker, McAllen K. F. Beadles,
J. L I lark, Ksrrett, Kain, I?'. VV. Ptfoc
tor, ( heathaiu, Hacoii, Dey, W. E,
BdWBlda, Sr., (.ate*, Ifoora, N. II.
Robsrson, Watson, T. ll. Farly,
Vounger, M. S. < olloim, m. and K.
E. Ban Key.
"The following prominent mid use?
ful lay members have pa*scd away:
C. V. Wm free. Dollar.!, Paulett. Ne?
ville, (.rockaral, Brsdhufy, Anderson,
Hrickhouse, Dlekatson, Usiy, Vswter
We shall miss the bodily presence
of these true amt faithful labou
the body, they left their influence "is s
splendid memorial of their wall spent
Iivmh upon Virginia Methodism.'
Normal School Notes.
Kev. James Cannon, of Blackstone,
era-lad the Normal Sclnsil on Mon?
Mi>?n Carrie AndSIBOtt's Sistl
ped to see her OB Wednesday
Mrs. Davis, of Cumberland, u-iled
Miss il arv Adams tins week
Mr. H. H. Wynne, who teaches at
Mr. W. Q, Dnnnlngton'B, eiitertaiiieil
Dr Bs?IB and his Sunday School
class mi the heautiful grounds around
the Dennington home last Saturday.
Miss Marietta King's brother and
sister visited her on IfoodSJ
ilrs. Kistri,|ue/, of Kra/il, delivered
a lecture to the Mission Study Cla-s
Mrs. Smith called to see her daugh?
ter. Miss Kernie, on Saturday.
Miss Frances Wolf, a last June
graduate, spent arv era! days in Parin
ville this week.
Miss (.raes Walton flatted at Klee
Miss Hannah Crawley, of Cumber?
land, visited her sister, Miss Fennell,
Misi Martha Terrell, of Heaver
Dam. visited her sister at tlie NormaI
Sch,sd on Monday.
Miss Geraldine Graham ami Miriam
Jones spent last saturday and Sun?
day at their homes
Mr. Spencer l'rlce, of Cumberland
County, called to see his sister. Miss
Mary, on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jarman attended the
funeral of Captain c. F. Vswtar, of
the Miller School.
Koli of Honor.
IfBBipdSB fl-lnST Sclnsil for week
ending Oct. 87, 1105; Mi*s S. ll. Dick?
inson. Principal: Miss I. Carrington,
K.sini No. 1. Sam Bsdinger, Fred
Buteher, Hendy Hutcher, Charlie
Hutclier, Robt Keriuslle, Morion K,i
ntxile, Margaret Allen, Kathleen
Alleu, Myrtle Hutcher, Lillian Miller.
Oby Keruodle. Kooin No :.'. John
Krleg, Finney Kernodle, Ton
HtaTI or Ohio, CiTTor Tmi
Fhink* I. Cmssi makes oath that
he is senior partner of the firm of F. .1.
Chevkt A Co., doing business in the
City of Toledo, County anil Stale afore?
said, and that said linn will pay the
?na of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for
each and erery ca**, of CaT-BBH that
cannot be cured by the use of Hui'*
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before BM and sub
in my presence, this 6th day of I
lier, A. D. IffM.
j nar. } Mta-?ii P
Hall's Catarrh OofS bl taker, intern
illy, and act* directly on the blood and
macons surfaces of the syitem
f,,r testimonials, free.
Take Hall's Family Pills for consti?
Herald aud W.ild fl.tJO.
To Pannoo Teachers.
//? rald , of Vir
?sped to bring I,dole the nest
?iture a lull to pension I
? the state.
i ll is hoped thal iii thc i
al adueaUonal ra*awskantng it will
not be forgotten that, aller nil, the
teacher is Ihe scliool. ainl that, while
beautiful buildings ami fins appara?
tus an- nccc-stiv, the paramount need
of the school ls the teacher.
A good teacher, aa otbergood I
cost money, and tba state does not ut
present pay it* teachers anything like
adequati ? Many things lune
, entered Into ll
I salaries, notably public opinion, the
law of supply and demand, and other
This being nar. it seems but '
of justice that the state should ;
those who have worn oi i
lil Soil ?
tallied ui sci - c thc public
tiiliiiits Hie pitifulness ofturnin
a worn-out but fiuthfu! "servant who
lins not received during the term of
rendered it passible for even the most
prov?lent to lay by enough lo muka
her Independent In old i
lu every such casa the injii-'.
two-fold; to the chihl, who ll entitled
to tba bast and nothing short of ll; to
nu. who bil* a riirht to feel
that tha government vi ill not c?al od
ami forsake her when -he can vi,uk
Again, thc |" inc state
l*rom tbe greater efficiency ol :i body
if leai > dd. to
.onie extent bc relle> eil from ext ?
anxiety foi thc future can
Further, a penalou syateui, i j
assiirai: ?? -ion for i ,
would lend to ele\ ale the pm
if teaching by attracting able men and
woman ami retaining them 'I"
Many of the higher Institut
learning have fell the uet ?'
the mind of the teacher from
tn his future ami have begun I
sum their profession.
Mr. ( arnegie, In his recent
fi 11 is 1 for pensioning col li
liermany, which admittedlj
? schools in the world, h i
?toned her teachen for more than :t
hundred years, and Mr. <
teachers arc the school iu isterx "f the
in 1891, thc Natl.il
; itlon recom?
mending the enactment of a law rn
thc several -tates to permit and
late tba retire?tent and peuslon
-in,?!'. many states and ? i les hav e
1 s system of penaioning their
Sew Jersey having the
honor of being thc -rsl state in the
Inion to naas such i law. ? alifornia
:iiul Marv land pension nil theil
public sch,,,.) teachers, M
Kinnie Ialand, New Nork. Pennsyl?
vania, Michigan, Di I, ?
Carolina, Ohio, Illinois aud the Dis?
trict of < 'olumbia pension the ti
of their large cities.
We api-eal to the friends ol
lion and especially the good teachers
in tin1 state imt to let theil entl
die ii ith thc Inspiring words
promini i a ho have woablj
inducted the May < ampalgn for edu?
cation, bul to lat it take thc practical
lorin of urging upon thc candidates
Hon to the state Legislature
the need for the passage of tin* bill.
In no otliet practicable way ian so
much be done to advance the i-uality
ling ami promote the efficiency
of the profession and In noothi
can it be ilone w ith so small an outlay
The follow jul; nords of Supt.
M. I'.alliet. formerly of Bprii
,.,ii hean of the Nea
Sch,M,i of Pedagogy, expresi moat
politely the need or penaioning
"A pension system, in my
meat, would draw :i much higher
rrsde ,,f talent Into the pro ?
There ls nothing but the lofC of the
work ami the opportunity of doini:
good (hat can tempt a man oi woman
of first rate ability tu take it Up ft*
lifework. While this fad bl n?l al?
together an unmixed evil, lt ls farfrotn
in unmixed good. Uood salaries,
better social recognition, permanency
of tenure un,I a certainty of being
i ant aller yean of efficient -ci
- over, are the only means by
which such talent can bc secured fol
? . k. Permanency of tenureaud
b penaion after ? stated period of ef?
fie?ot eenie* are secured by law In
all European countries thai have made
marked adv ance in education
must I,, : here if our sd.I
are to i ? tal a Ith I
sch,?ii* of Europe."
Endorsed by the Richmond Educa?
tion A-sociatioii, May 1805, ami by
the State I CB . < 'har
lottesvllle, July 1906. The measure
is to be frame.! by the delegates, one
from each il District.
delegateB are to be appointed
by the President of the .-tate'I -
itlon l'ro\isloni of thc
ure: That any public Behool :
who has taught lot In the
State and is |_CB| all be?
come a benafictary of this bill, ami
receive$_00 per annuui. payments io
be made quarterly.
Letter to Geo. I. Cox.
If lt took In gallons to
paint your house last time with soine
.ly else'i paint and takes i with
ing cost? two oi ti; ,- much
Mr. Bats RatbmaU, Willlan
Pa., always ti-ed 11 ?-?!I.uia of mixed
paint for iiis hon-- H -,.
Hut that isn't all: that's only lirst
OW long w:ll it wear?
i he paint, that goos furtheal
All paint, tnre paint, ami full-mea?
sure, are on one -nie, part paint, false
paint and ?h,>rl-inea*ure are on the
What BBB you ev |
: irk * liargain
coniiter next week. It will si
"Lives of great men oft r.-m
saul the girl who likea to flirt, "that
Sss men w H., BO- fc_t"**OB-?1
better than tho?e uu?i >
Famville local News Thirly-two Yean
ii. \i tin i
meeting held In tbe conn in
saiiiriiai t ankec Allan Introduced
inch lo thi
one of Un olive branches ol thc Ra
I publican party. These emblems of
? ?r smell.
Phi . ,, i i,,n ihe
follow lug I- ? ? ,'ity
Dor Kemper. MO; ii
? Him' W Itl
Attorney - General Daniel.
?? Blot F* l. Southall, ii
g a Allan, 1 ?-?; John Kubin
Tal Branch, I
- ii i:l -
( minnon wealth's Attorney K. M.
?I ? NS; Edgar Allan, i
? led to thc .-emits and
I al Branch, colored, to thc D
-iblc colored niau,
Ul Un l.'adl
cal party and i- u<- ?
few -Iii - ? lcd.
I a number of his
frieuds urging them to vote fur Kern
?I among oilier good things
said Ihal the leader* ol the I
? minded him of a limiter When
i hunt; he calls ail
nd hun. pal* them mi
?? I. calls them pet uaUN
all timi, and i mp up around
hun and tn* And
then till : un- and ni
a old III a they
and the man takes the old hare into
and lu- t, itii'l they throw
nil ihe insides oul to the do| -
I one of them
ito the ho ? ,11 ju*t
kicks him out and icier patl
bing of hun
Jack - cl.
Wa> ; vi nh
auburn hair and a genial dlS|
fe. Musi bc wealthy, relined
will settli nie rural re
treat where we may revel in the bliss
er. Apply at thli
id Linthburg Educational Con
Il be the pr
,f ihe Kdm on vent lou In
Wed. N-, . .?Iii: HJ p, m.
I. Music. -'? Prayer. . \,
meut of Committees ou: ? Noiniua
- duli,ms: c Auditing.
1. Ad - ni Well-on,
I les|kiii ime end ' lui ook.
i oiniiiitlec mi \\ iii - and M
? timi of di'
; ii p. m.
1. Music _. Pra
. V: : lld
Meei ' inimlltee.
I. Pi ,
? mi-, a \
Kepi,it: ,? Iteports by
? \\ est, ' ii,, -oiitlt.
:. Add Pastor and the
I . m.
alan,hird ( OUUttJ -
Kquipmenl a as to House, Grounds,
and Appliances; and b ?
,,f Mu,ly: wiih lian for tbe Establish
meut ol such School*: ii Report; b
in a. m.
_. Kfflcieul Sui en ision: a Iteport;
; nm ni Superintendents:
short talks from all, ihowli
sgements, their difficult!)
how tl maj further tiieir
?. ( ompui.oiv l-l Iteport:
2. High Schools iri b
? '.. In what definite ways can the
-diton furthei Hie present educational
i Report; b)
i. Thi 'I the
1. Mill I
Big l"t "I men's, wc?IC
now mi sale at VV. I I
Publication of the Felder, W
bean lUSpended for ninety days, while
- mngamenta an
uipliolI Of -
\,stu rc Weil* Hui Little.
Natur- .iv a Little Farly
. | then to keep ti?
de?n, the liver BCtifP, and tbe
ii bile, head . nation,
aaaant in ette t ami |*r
feit ni action They never g
but tune and strengthen the
liver and k;-lii' y*. Bold by all drug
Bul few people are entirely Ip
,n at tin- *ea.<nii of l-l
Malt renie ii I
ables the digestive apparatus t -
late an I iran*',,rm ail f.ls
I. Ko lol )
stomach, h'-ari beni, belching, and all
(.nus ol ludi.esiluu
PRINCE EDWARD COUNTY
\. R, Venable eonducb
? bool lasl -linday evening si
Minnie ?> elton ? ( Impel. There WW
I I present.
ul Mis. Colin Stokes visited
?t Mr*, i ..I. Henry Ktokas' last Mon
\lr. and Mrs. Willie Atkinson visit?
ed at Mr. Joe Overton'i laal Sunday.
ita. John Overton, Claude
French and Vernon Foster weregue*|s
ol Mr. Aubrey Atkinson last Sunday.
and brothers visited Miss Kills Louise
j < >vertmi last Sunday,
We are sorry to report Mrs. Mau
' this DCtghborhood, as heirn;
Mr. Arm?tead Whitlock ami broth
tad at Vida Parawa Snodsy.
L. Atkinson and C. F.
French v i-ite.1 frianda in Sandy River
ea!||hii? ho.?l Shu,lay night.
U.sen 111 a i? (.illiaiii and Tom
* ms returneil Irmn Darlington
Heights yesterday aftei i visit
. -lunts \. omack left for lier
hmue iii s. ? ., last Monday. H> i
bright smiles will he missed so much
iii our circle. We regret giving her
Kev. Mr. Williams hail to cl
meeting owing a> being -
Ke\. Mr. Powell went tullis Con?
ference, we all want him bl
back to u? a* he i* loved by all bis
Itlon. Ile will not get back
by tba*?ld. Sunday, but will have
- thc itii Sunday.
<.I many ofoUl people attended
preaching and baptising at spring
Crack last Sunday aa wc bad no *er
ices tu mir neighborhood.
\li* Jake-colt is on the sick list.
T pc -he will -omi he well again.
Mi*, Beatrice Pcttua, from Lunen?
burg, is visiting at Mr. Scott's rn
Mr. Sam I,nev ii ill leave vet
for the north where he will reside. The
neighborhood al large regret*, to give
' hi* wife up. They will bc
I fruin our circle.
Kev. Dabney larson preached for
ui Wednesday night al Beulah
church at eight o'clock.
Mi-* Mamie Putney was in (he
rh.ssl Monday night.
Lottie Miller returneil la-t
week from n pleasant visit to relatives
Mr. A. H. Willingham li in Hie
ul hood this week on bu -
Mr. Winston (lark visited the Mi*
?ea i i.i ,1 Lay Sunday.
Mrs. lt. B. WiNon. ' Misses Mar?
garet Smithson, Witt Poster ami Mr.
and Mrs Ja*. Bruce were gue-ts Mt
Mr. Jas. ( lark's Sunday.
Miss Margaret Flllintt, of I'bariotte,
waa the guest of lier coualn, Mrs. .las.
< lark, from Friday until Sunday
_tra. W, !?'. Ogden, ofPatenburg,
ls spending some time with her cous?
in, Mr-, d. J. Weaver.
Miss Alice I linden, of Hurkeville.
via* the _ue*t of Mr*. .1. I., v
Miss Margaret Elliott, of charlotte.
wa* the guest of Mrs. Ja-. Lillee -nil
day night ail'! Mo:
Mt. "Bob" Wilson, Jr.. vieIted al
Many of thc larmer* of thii
boriiood ale t'li-y taking down and
?_<? 1111ii_ :>. fm market.
-mne of Hiern have already chipped
som j flue-cured to thc Danville mark?
et, and we hope that they Wlllgl
ind bc amply paid for their
h it'l labor.
Lev. siiipu, cry Interact?
ing talk at Bendy Creak last Sunday
in I,elialf ot Foreign Mission*.
A REGULAR CIRCUS.
Trying te give a Little Girl Cod Liver Oil.
An interesting incident wai told in
11.1'. CrutC .V < " *-, drug store the
A man came in and bought a bottle
of Vinol anil w bile waiting for change
- -i the derk i.in venation.
re told ta i
little girl cisl liver oil. I bought a bot
. :,iok it hmne. We had a regu
is trying to getthechlld to take
it. Then it din not agree willi
all. the oil upset her stomach. She
did not Ret any helter, so I told the
iou we had (aile I. ami he at
ommended ymir Vinol,
that lt contained all "f the curative,
iiee-liiic and strengtlienii
,er oil without a drop of nil,
and that children all love Its teeta.
"I took boma a bottle and wc ?
to give it to mir child right away, she
-aid it was delicious and wanted more.
Almost frmn tlie Iii
a change, and she has gained
strength ami appetite sud alee]
' i'd on t I iel ie ve any one shun bl give
ita child old-fashioned, nauseat*
l liver ml or emulsions when
Vinol is so delicious, and it will do rm
much more good Hutu any other tonic
lt i- simply a wonderful medicine foi
weak, puny children, and I I
ommending ii to my friends.''
"Wc Vinol will malle
weak, puny children strong, robust
aiid losy, strengthen and Invigorate
; le and build up the run down,
tired and debilitated as Dotliingi
If it fails we willingly return every
dollar paul for lt." il. ? ' inti
of I -niall, well-tilled
farm would be better contented than
he often la, if he could know
thing about the trouble* of ttie farm?
er who own* a lug farm. Think of the
ncing, ditching and hired help
that a big farm H ten do
gi farms where Ihe feuc
1111: is poof ami the orchard and gar?
de:, is neglected. The ow uer ha* not
Hie tune to keep his bi_ farm in re
psir and free from waste. More -mall
fsrms are iuretled"*iurely.
? ' and balk annirwl
ymir farm with your eyes "arida open
sm! see how many improvements
Betid na made without the spending
of very t-sdi money. Let all the
'?fainly iain in and help
work w itu a vlui.
A HATTER OF HEALTH
HAS KO SUBSTITUTE
A Cream of Tertar Powh
free from alum or phos?
BOVAL BAKING POWD'*. CO., MWYOIK.
ai ? ! with
Aguinaldo, thc fi | ,,f thc
- . udex lo tita
aondltlon of the hen. If it -i
_?'",| bi far oir.
Now I- the lime I i. ilu!|
hoe. and scrape ofl all thi
from thi -
lions in the I ni;, i| niie
Iwitth of all Ike fain d this
amounts to thc enormous
ooo.non and tl
The man who grow * on I bi
nil thal he consumes on it - > I
transportation the hauling
? - and tlie hauling
to mai kel of what be sells (?? ;
it. These two items p very
FUTURE OF THE SHEEP.
Conviction of Farmt-g Paper Is That
Soon the Animals Will
Go to Corn Belt.
leaf are destined to
>r Uss popslsr lo tbe cora
belt. Already they h*ie firmly estab
Ulbsd Ibsmselrea it, SOBM BdjMBBtBBC*
tloi.s, but as yet ihe great statee of
Mia acacia, that. Missoutl, liiiuels and
' lana bave not come lo lbe
point of regarding ibe Sock as .
the farm'l i,e<?esiary ecuiptiierv .
tbe Arra conviction of ihe Prairie
Fai mn i farm
era of ' ? ipttc of the
high prices that ll da, are
going to lum to tbe sheep and <
it as much a feature of thc farni?ss the
i the hog. Western rat.
growlue sn.aller a * sheep
raaad for rauttoa is rapidly ln
ig. In his annual report General
Manas:? leonard, of the Luton stock
yards, :ng upon tl.
situation, coven thc ms'
lng the last
markable growth in ths demand for
States and Engll md fm
lng. On the other band, the i *
supply of rh- Owing
. droughts, ia snd
South Amurl,"a are . in this
rapidly reairlc"?il and Hs ability to sup?
ply ni': to the
"Henceforth, Amerira must depend
more and more upon its farming sec
P, which. If well bred and
well cared for. will prove especially
profitable to the small farmer as a
means of Increased lu'S'm.- sad soil fer?
At the present tims sh.ep and Iambs
ara vurr high, so that the purchaser
eur* finds difficulty In
sactirtnn any nt priers he can sf*
pay. rn view of ibis fact, we do not
advise farmers to Immediately rush into
tha sheep bn?tr.r>?, A reaction is com?
ing when valnaa will decline. At pres?
ent the ?isa course sterne to raver tlms
ly preparation with the ultimate Inten?
tion of buying a flock when prlcei are
such that (hire ls no gnestion of wil?
don?, of the Invaitirent.
SHEEP FEEDING RACK.
Combined Hay snd Grain Device Ia
- Found Necessasy?Points
? 'he practice of feeding iheep,
grain and hay tnKdher has been adopt?
ed by many farmers, a combined hay
tn?I feed rack li necessary, says
tbe Karra and Hom* The sketch Illus?
trates a frame which ls very practical
and at the same tin,. ??which
may hr eon . ncr. In
ordar to fe, | - or grain to?
gether, the n I ir.ade tight
ii no grain will be
The corner posts, a. are 2i! inches br
straps, a. ara lsC.aU-r-JTsy ie or 13 laet^
t feet high of oak utelm. Tl
as dasrred. fie rack tl.ouHd not be
wider than 3 feet or tbe sheep cannot
clean the grain from lt satisfactorily.
rom ts planked tight with pins
or spruce. Th*- side pieces, c, sra lx<
inches by Ki er 13 feet. This makes a
feed soi st the bottom about I
?Wp The jid? slats', d. should bs mads
of esk or enn li.': inches hy 24 I
?pared ? t- 9.Inches apart, ais-ording to
ihe'si.s of the sheep fed. The ends
j__mM be sla'ted closely to ;
shecp'getsfnx ism the rack.
Ss_ejs*a day the f^ks srs des
The sUass and a-raln are put in first
and the hay od top. The gh**o will eat
mest sf tbe grain first and will hare no
dunalley In gettir.g it from under tbs
hay. These racks may be placed af
cocve_l_r" po(ata ia feeding lot or shed,
and 4?ir*ljt- nmmer may be itored out
af the wsy.
AVA roi B P-U-sTIlfl
AT THE H *_**-*,ALL IOB Ot
Good News For Farmville.
_-__! ai Last Discovers a Heal dre
tpSftSMBnl a BB
lyl ia been band that
not univ it abs ilutely ciire>
Rheumatism ano kindred diseases to
stay cured Lheuu, , -ed by
- in the
sty RH El ma
Ul DE, though 1'iirely vegetable, and
acting liuough nature ? channels, nen
- . all poi?
sons sud harmful genna ont sf the
... ? i.ine it tones up
and regulates the lue i
i.ii Li ??: \? IDE tens-re, cures Um
permanently, bar??bi ii re
- i have failed,
lilli I MACI DE cured Jaine. Wilkes.
of Dillon. - ('., aller h.- had lieen held
Si Issi hy iheiimsti-in It three
and bis lp aim.mt to
- of i he main
? - KU I i MAI ll
: Ml ill.
tis curing many cases cs* Rheumatism,
rrjeiatica, lumba ? ?? kidnay trou?
ble, ind - cati| allon, right
mmunltj I la
i uianv others
-i- in tins place sell and
mud KULI MAI IDE.
. man think* lu* w lb- has the
uaband In thc world.
lt i* ea?nr tn talk nUiiit ruling
mankind a Ith love than it la to do ii.
When the wise guy fail* hBCOOf-d?
er* the man who I luck]
A woman's idea ol frankness ks to
BM mail tell her how nice he
- ind par-Sl?
id thing Ulai
; ii muli who h,?
-ni.i- apt in nfus
?< .nu- of in- acquaintances on Friday.
Annie May Abbott
LITTLE GEORGIA MAGNET.
Thc Most Wonderful Woman
ol lin Time'
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 6th.
Vdm - ? 'ls.
You can pay five dol?
lars for a Hat and be
no better satisfied than
I .un authorize.) to Bell
HAWKS HATS with tl..
broad ''money-- t?:i?*k--if
. . . GUARANI BR. . . .
N. B. Davidson,
I- \LMVILI.L, VILI.IM \.
Broadway New.Yorl [
McAi-i'is I'vs. Rsm. Co.:
>'?>n as possible to ftbon sd
i your dja^t-f-p-s
:. -.un-wa in k?*
Why don't jon i-ut.it na Ni w
McAlpin Dyspepsia Remedy Co