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title: 'The Farmville herald. (Farmville, Va.) 1890-1934, July 16, 1909, Image 1',
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THE FARMVILLE HERALD
HONOR FOB THE PAST, HELP FOR THE PRESENT, HOPE FOR I'HE FUTURE.
VIV ILLK, V . r Kl i \ V, -I
A PLEASANT PICNIC.
Mm' ENUTItNAl A\D UMJPr.K
ITIVE DHU HOSTS.
nt Mr. Wiley Gillespie The
li crowd of
Ml Wiley iiillespie
the county of Bucking*
mal and Co-opera*
? ?- no
they ilo in Virginia, "
e ith '
ead than in
The "burnt w
country and under
ind grateful si
?in of Mother
he ilth-giving, thirst
? ? ?? to follow \ppe
81 toil were satisfied
born ' ' ii nd,
Ired spirits broke bread
that hind w<'\\ I
. ? ??
-. i I.- ttl : a
? irn .
I. - been with bn I
ls, and "knowing
n them." Hi
ly by those who
Mr, -I E. Lackland
? lg I ? coun*
r that in "union there is
IiHdth of a liooil Woman.
?? n, wife "i Mr I
i county, died sud
?me on Sunday I I
Ul laid to
round the fol* '
? ? many y<
?? "? membei of the
and and I
? -mi and Mit
i Glenn, who a
al her hi
? nt of her
..ht and burn*
? omforted p
of Farmville r,
? ? ?
IS of S
THIRTY-NINE JfEARS OK ROAD.
MK. MIES. DUNIUI K U.TH.AN IAN
still Holds The Mu ari Cracks the
i'hes. Dunkum has been driv?
ing the hark from Worsham via Hamp
den-Sidney to Farmville continually
since 1870, and is still master of the
During that time he musl have
travelled some 23,900 mile-- and DI
iliar with every tree, shrub and
stone along the w Se able to
call them hy nam-' ld nor
nor sunshine nor stop.
driven him from the I J duty
and his movements tl
And what volume rich in rt
jokes Ot the COllege hoy-, t! .
mons of the Seminites
' the professors, the de1 i
of the 1>. I's. the queries of the trav?
ellers on their first ride over the
"must catch the train. " the hal
the horses, the salutation- of the
j hy. tin- character of the bun*
? livered, the snow
the electrical .storms of sum?
mer, the bridal parties ami the burials
told without coloring and witho
ageration would make a hook of many
md with no dull cha
rown old in ?
1 them have died in har
but tho man with the reins still
them, and in spite of auto op*
D the old hack holds ita own
defiant of modern-day innovate
ready t ??? ith the Wright
.nd their flying machines. We
lift our h it to th.- veil ' bide,
with its let clown .mil let up steel
and with icious
c ? 'hat nev "hold,
A Pastor lalled.
At a congregational meeting which
nu- Presbyterian church
in this place on hut Sunday a unani
exl led to the Rev
. Ala., to the
the church. Mr. Hill
ently preached from this pulpit
ind we need riot add that the people
were pleased with the preacher ii,
ind out of the pulpit.
He is a young man of engaging
atv, a fine preacher and the
- the man for the
? 11,500, a
nans.- and a vacation each year of
nth The salary to he paid
hat month as thous.' on (
[loath ol Mrs. M. E. Flam. \
nd ve: 'vi). T. '
home in this i
I ?'?'< p. m. <
Mild s1 -
I). T. El
Methodist Church, the '
? 1 of her '
The funeral took pl , the B
esidence of Mr. Flam, mi ll-.
? ' iv, and was con- ?
?? ? Ri hi- Hat
astor, and her former pastor, Rev. .
McN, Simpson, now of lli-in
[sting in t! . and the t
urial was in our town cemetery.
? dead who dil
ie Lord, yea saith the spirit, they \
pst from their labors and their a
0 follow them. "
Notice to Teachers.
Ihe regular summer examination** '
repa ra tory to th. ? rtifi* ?'
I !l lie held tin- '
day and -
iii bi put ll]
< 'edar lund moth pn
i ly furnished \. Ith u
1 tope. i-arni. Hie Novelty W
Herald and New York World} I
HW) AT EPISI I'iMI. CIIURLH.
The Rector, Kev. Mr. Bonylier Preach*
eil the lumH* Kev. Dr. Hatcher,
of the Methodist l.lnirch, ls
sistiii'j io tin: Service.
churcl .". the Epi
church on last Sunday evening when
the regular summer union
h.-id. the Rev. Dr. Hal
iii the service.
Mr, Boogher, who preached the
in, had as his subject the "Buy*
? Time," or as the B
;t, "Redeeming the time,
that v. I
il with gol???
to be had and ti
sarcasm asked: "How can the I
! to .sell SO
much of time for a bare living buy
any of lt?" Forgetting that the faith?
ful perform n in hum
re is the very beal pri< ?
can h.- \ merciful
ho gave his son to buy
sinning man . man
which man cannot
found without the "wedding
?ii was ali imp!
and was attentivi to by the
large audience which
to hear it,
How pi.-asant the sighl when I
cen dwell together m unity
How is Hus hir Kilman..!.'.'
A young woman who works in the
lor) at Richmond, slipped
a bil of paper in one of the par,
upon which she wrote, "I am len
Tin- package found its wa
ka. was opened by a well-to-do busi* ;
ness man, who was also lonely. Cor?
exchanged, and now the two ai
he made one and are no longer lone?
ly. By the way, she is a widow
and twenty-three i
Knoii lo More lows.
The creamery has been shipping ?
cream of lat" to the Lynchburg mar- .
ket. and selling at satisfactory pi
This is hetter than selling butter I
and should he kept up. Hut the one i
great demand of the creamery is more t
milk and the COWS must furnish it. I
Bring in mo i
About School Superioteorieiits.
The Abingdon Vlrglnlau sayi
When the appointments of school .
"iipeiinteii.lents wen- uride bj the
?..ard ol education, a greal outer) fol* '
owed and some of the newspapers
nere very caustic, bordering on tbs
ibusive about lt. lin- Virginian ad*
i ise.i a conder*, al insiderate
?dum', suggesting thal may be the
id good r. anons f>>r its conclu* '
ilona. Among the very loud aud even t
; - e that necessitate d .
?iniiii; lo li I- own .it
.. a i in . i ol 'he board a
. ha', lng la-en made upon s
1 m bj | .me ol tin- candi- i
mtj was from ,
ll r. Ku I ton,
avoritism, had gotten into I
Han. ai d the board deem*
d a ch . and made ll
-"I s rou. i[ere ls what
'le think- ol it. and
? tte apfM iv lo i ? iboul right:
"lol -onie time time .pule a little '
: aa- been taken in tin- ...linty J
appointment to this office.
? .ie Board ol Education has
citied tba question,and to our way .
if thinking lia- -. ttled it well. Pro*
essoi Hale's wine, conscientious and
inpartial dlSCbargC of the dillie- ot !
Ins oiliee during In- former st-r\ ice in
. - pr-.ot sulficieni to all
that tba cause of education in '
hr country will not Milter In hui
lands. We believe thal the beal ha- j'
?ten dune, lind we lurthei bl
hat all [.allies interested will agree
vith us in this mcw. lt i- but fair to j.
ay, however, that Professor Hale was ',
lol ir, applicant for tin- otli, . i- WC
inderstand lt. It came to bim un- j
h. Uni by either bis friends or him* j
I bis in ttsell ls proof positive jj]
hat hts former administration of the :.
(lucational Interests of the county
? i > rd> satisfactory." '
iking Foley's Kidney Re
ledy il y or *
ladder trout.le. hasten- the d
ult. Com mi Kid- d
ev Kenn dy
ra made D
M . i
HIM Dil MINKS A/IAKt MEI:1
THAT FIE! DH IS uRATIrilMi.
Ke.h! the Statement nf Am Hoe of
Them .nil the IJnestion
The hanks ha-. but
money, hut having thal I
offer to I . commodity
which is always in denian.i
fashion ot the whims of Indi*.
ey makes the mare go, " and the
man goand the ?nan will .jo. Money
complex machinery of all
surplus money and left to I
;: goes aithoui
? ds their best husi
:n well managed hanks,
and th profession?
al men, of widows, ininors an I or?
to a neighbor might
hut their might be
an un- "iiand upon you for
i the neighbor might
your needs promptly. - I with
ik for it stands read]
relief without that might help
individuals hut persisted in
would wreck a community.
I.it . ? that the
hanks do make money, and that at the
same tune tl
? your money, and when you
need it to return it to you. Banking
md other branches of hi:
joined in happy wedlock, a:
IS man who would put them asunder.
hirmville Hoard of Trade.
Wake up, Farmville Board of Trade. l
in't afford to take a summer '
rest off The secretary of the Jack?
sonville, I'la. Hoard of Trade, one
if the most efficient in all the land, '
-ays advertising nuki ' W '
?ie did not mean that the citi- '
tens should . done '
o advertising any more than
armers should go to sleep and I
o improved machinery to do tin-work, '
mt that tin- wise farmer employs h.-st '
nachinery and wideawake towns put '
Hinters' ink in harness to do their ?'
?ath.'i- than opening OUI ? ? the
Ight that we may find the paths to I
We h ive no .fem of thrilling in- :
from the "Bench" to record in
true of the rest of <
he world, a kind of slimmer dulll
zed upon it, ami even
tories have been wanting in snap and
ni furlough, and tin- remaining con*
nd lonesome. Still ',
'hope mal,.' and tie
;ood promise of
.?hen the fall trade op.
? ? vard $100. t
lin- reader- of thi- paper wi.,
.leased to lilli li that tllele is at lea-t ,
me dreaded disease thal science bas ,
teen ai.ie to cure In ail ii- stages, and '
1 a tar rh, Hall's < Htarrh Cure
- thr only positive cure now known
u the medical fraternity. Catarrh be- I
nu a constitutional disease, requires (
constitutional treatment. H
'atarrh Cure is taken Internally, act- i
og directly upon the blood ind inn?
ot the system, thereby
estroying lia- foundation of tin
ase, and giving the patient strength d
y Luildinu' up lin- constitution and a- .
leting nature in doini: its work.
ropi ieton ba /e so much faith In Its
urative powers that they offer <>nc
I undred I n.liars foi any .-a-.' that lt j
iii- i sure, Send for hal ol testimon- j
kddr.s- | .1. in i nm .v < .... toledo,! >. i
old by all I Irugg ttl
ake Hail- Family Pills foi const!- .
ething often sillier fruin |
. Infant uni, Dlarrhoes
i toa cl i omnlaint. Dr. Seth <<
y. W . y \\ hite A
p in t;
( ut prices tm cash on
IV Kl:li(;lAK SBSI0IV ON h.i FRIDAY.
Hnsiness of Importance Transact'!!!.
mice Edward a
sion on last Friday with the following
members in attendance "? J. L.
Hart, . hai;
Walton and Fuqua.
The accounts allowed amounted in
I I 21.
On motion of Mr Wall in, M
I per month,
i hi motion Dr. W. '
pointed physician to tl
if Dr. -J. !.. V.
Commi the buildii
? the Buckingham Hoard ?
ir its proportionate part of
?st, that bi fourth of
the whole amount, the Highwaj I
' . i If if
the other would be furnish
'hi motion Messrs. Hart, W
and llolladay were ap;
d from W. M.
Gilliam ed in i
mee with the report of \ i<
ible ami ne
by par! ted.
statement of fine i hy him '
Of the county, which WU
; md ordered to be cou
lt was ordered that on failure of J. t
T. Malian, J. I'., to attend the n
ing or present the receipt book for :i
? initiation as re.pur.-d hy ?
law, be reported to the common- J
the law du?
nn motion Di. llolladay wa-author- J
ted to have the bridge across Buffalo v
lenown aa Thornton's bridge, rebuilt. ?J
Wheres - the fayette Land Co., of i
? irginia, has filed i map
town site property, adjoining the town ?
,f farmville, and had the same re- B
oi'di'd in the deck's office of the
?ounty of Prince Edward See D. H. a
..'.. pages 164 -ind 166 , whereon
:ain streets an- laid off and dedicated .,
o the public, and wh.i
.'d to he to the interest of the county
;-t as public highways certain ,
therein named, now there!
That the Hoard accept the following v
I- public highways, to-wit: ri
1. Ely street from the Hampden* .
2. Sixth or Irv,- from Ely y
1st avenue, 60 feet wide.
:st avenue from Sixth or Ir- t
Dealt, of Capt wiiuju.
i i Ellington,
innoum dh of Cap'
ft'ingO, al T( \rk. He will '
or on the Tidewater and Western for "
i numb* He has been in '
Kui health for a long time, and the no
ice Of his death came as no snip'
- tantly, and
end our sympathy to those who \o\
lim be '
fanners, mechanics, railroaders, *'
rely on Hr. Thomas' I'ch i
>il. lakes the stint' out ol
'inn- or bruises al .mee. Pain can- u
ly where it is u-ed. '
Th.-cure for indisposition and bal'
isposition is work. Von rai
Uty man with the grouch.
in commencing treatment
alight Irregularity that could I
ii-.n cured quickly by Foley's Kidney n
Icinedy mav result in a scrioii- kid- ,-,
iev di- i ? - Kidnej Remedy
lUlldl up the worn om tissues and
trengtbena these organs. For sale by "
ill drugg T
Don't think thal
?als of o:
iccourm ippkovui and alloweo.
The IKter ni tire I'rniectiiin contine
eil Intil Special Session.
was held Tuesday night, '
or Blanton presiding, and rh.- follow
m-,' members pre
Eramberl Martin. Dai
Fallwell. Harrow and Hills.
Minutes of the last
i Miller's report foll ?
'. S. WI..
EL Gai I
ir. a.s.. i
lt. Martin, freight on ear of ilac
w i. n. \ i- Co.. ac
loctrie Light ililli
The bond of Mr. Slocombe as guar
?i ins work was returned to
Un, as it had not been properly wit
irity being entirely
The bond of the old Farmville |
ihone Company H -i and ap
iroved. The bond of the new- con;
any will take thi this one
/hen a.'.ept.-d hy the Council Chair
nari Martin, of the Street Comm I
I that he had not received
er Mcilwaine the map in
icating the results of his re
n Sun with the
n south High street from St. Gi
A deed from Councilman Hair.
; and appro.
lt being reported that Anthony
aloin- oi the property oa
n West High street. I. I
ign the paper exempting I
? irk of excavating, it was ordf
lat the work lu- proceeded with, in
? iiman Hills mad.- compla
. " in tin- sewer on .^
do street, 14 that the
nee and properly rep;. |
A letter from Mr. Johna
ith reference to the operating of the
Councilman Ur- I chairman
F the Fire Comm an clabo
i exhaust!'. the
of tin- town.
ay night, July
kat 2 1-2 inch