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ann BIHl KITS ol all kin s
MtVMIII MIG. CO.. Farm.ilk. Va.
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what is thf
u Works. . .
Pattte Sank of Jarmwll?,
invites the patronage of farmers, country merchants,
firms and individuals upon the strength of its hon?
From the day of its beginning to the present time,
over forty-two years, its doors have never been
closed any business day, and the absolute fidelity
with which it has discharged all trusts and met
every obligation, combined with its splendid facili?
ties, have gained for it the name of one of the most
reliable and progressive banking institutions of
Capital $50,000 Surplus and Profits $70,000
H. A. STOKES, President. WALKER SCOTT, Cashier.
H. C. CRUTE, vice-President. R. S. WARREN, Asst Cashier.
Anybody can print clever illustrations of Clothing
but we can show you thc clothing it sd! -clothing that
will look even better on a live man than it does in this
illustration. That's why this husim a
Every mau who comes here once com ts ag un an 1 sen ls ]
his friends. You don't have to tit our clothing; our
clothing flits VOU. It is made to tit .ind it is full of
Character. Snap and Style.
Every good, honest fabric that's fashionable is repre?
sented in peerless collection oi" suit*-. All we ask is an
inspection of our stock. The clothes will please you
and our manner ol doing business will appeal to every
man who wants a square deal, for our guarantee ot
money's worth or money back is In-hind every sale
The Cohen Store
High'priced qualin in a low price ^
$850.00 F. O. B. Detroit, for touring car.
LET'S TALK IT OVER.
liljiji $ .Dii'MI
I Mavii!'. \V T. Bhutto*.
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.1.1 !'. M..M .?. W. T.
art, H. E. i^irn.w. IT. I
. well. E I.
B E. H.irruw. W. C.
I . Braabtrt, Hr. W. J. Lilla. J. K.
I K. M ir!in. K. I.. Kramtxrt.
If K. Kim-w. Il
P U. C. Rica,
Townttaigeaj.1 R, D. Miller.
??mb an I J W,
Chi ' ? ? ? Parrna.
ner I' A IV
Of CircoitCourt Hun. OfNaYfl J Hnnrl
Clfrk of County ami Circuit Courta-Hor
I mty an.l Circuit I
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Sheriff T. H. Dui-:
BM Kr. J. H. Spas
let, J. L
Hart, i ?
Hampden il triet, Dr. W. M ll - .
R ll u ,?-,,? | . A A
Would'nt You Like
To Be Sure
ol ,i snug Mini ot reidy e;i>li
Twenty Years From Now
Just when j -ni want to
things easy and
is the best provision for an
independent old age.
It is also immediate provision
for business and family inter?
ests, il von should die.
INSURE NOW THEN,
American National Life
of LYNCHBURG, VA.
GARLAND & MARTIN
FARMVIItl MFG. CO.. Finmlllr. Va
DEVELOP CiV Pl DE.
. i. alndo*a
?ii or oilier exhibit
thing thal s'.hmI obi
mis u the principal feature of tr*
pt rribone, irai
? .iiiiii-m win, ii an in
dil Idual may make ?? rnment
Ity I" which he lives,
which thi- prisca were awarded repre*
?? i-iiH'iit. Each "tie of theo
ted thia imii.idti.il work as of
oi el raina.
The president of i onion of tm]
declared thal Individual ir.
>ught is behind the
or of ? [led opon tl
plan followed is to form an Ina
elation in -
with a view of developing civic
f the Individual
The Birmingham plan forma a dealr
nillo link between the individual citl
zen and the village or wan! In
mani association. By making ii:
tivity much smaller the chances
of energetic accomplishments are in
? I many t)r
\ notable gain ls made in the ?
ment of the Interest of the hoys and
ciris in their immediate environment
If they are taught the desirability of
things of beauty In the way of lawn
shrubs and Bowers in their own borne
will ba much more apt t
? tba rigbta of others.
The value of crek Interest of this
to ? community ls clearly under
st... .| Clean streets ami ailey*, nice
pt gardens, properly
trimmed shade trees, all have their
worth to ei erj resident
The accomplishments of the many
Improvement societies which have
d during the last i|iiar
This Birmingham "Mock lm|
men! - ? ? is so practical that
lt ls likely tu be adopted In many other
Closer n movement of this son
ls brought i" the Individual the I
The "'ity ur inwn beautiful" Bought In
many localities will not have Ita
Ini; long delayed where Individual In
air tat in lt is everywhere dominant.
Still Believe In Witchcraft.
A belief :n witchcraft still prevails
In parts of Lancaahlre, England; also
In the Isle of Man and still muru
dy in thc Hebrides. A writer In
:..ts' Journal i;ives some Inter
of tba superstitions
which persist among tba Bebrideana.
Belief in witchcraft ls said to have a
"Strong and lirln^ hold" on some of
the people "f those outer isles au in?
stance ls given of a ease beard before
the (Stornoway sheriffs court not many
years ago, in which witnesses di
to there being several witches In the
hip, one of whom was charged
with so bewitching rows that tb<
? of their milk ito tho
milk of the wltch'a cow. The buaband
of the alleged witch stated in court
thal when be heard the rumors about
? got thin.f the constable!
of the townahlp I nd examine
to see if it wen
richer than usual, as would be the
if the ral
milk wire present in lt. Other evi
f k\ thia remarkable transubstan*
* given. The sheriff ridi
n of witchcraft, hut tho
Btornowegiana stu< k to lt with abso
Upholstering and furniture repair?
ing at Farmville Novelty Works
I have mi han.i cond hand
s ill sell cl
\v. I'. Doj
Hardwood cabinet mantels m stock
and malle to order al Farm*. Hie Novel?
BUFFALO, ;;MFG. CO.
.Vlanufai turpfs of all Lindi ol
Lumber and Building Materials.
\\ a are prepared to furnish al >iu?rt
notice ami at lowest prices, iii
rial thal itu Into a bouse from tha -ill
to iii- ridge pole, and, will lie glad to
ifa estimates on any Job, laq
-.mall, upon application.
WE KEEP I 0N8TAN I l.\ OM
Shingles Hand !
Ulinds Moulding Singletn
Hiding Porch < 'olumna
Plow Beams I Baluetera
Handles Flooring Bracketa
Write Us For Prices.
- OF PH EDAH MO
I AMII'S CBOrlTIES.
D, of our
tiled at locus!
Rev. Hugh Henry will hold protract
leting at Meherrin I
CC fVnderson, of
Mr. P. ! [den,
it in our
neighborhood for the I
I." doesn't lose any tim" al
Myra Wool, of Norfolk, is vis?
iting lu>r ann!. Mrs. Floyd Watld
Several people from this neighbor?
hood attended service al Mt. Pie
last Sundaj Mr Conrad pres
ek in the
? ? with Miss Martha
I- M. Pettus and daugl
who ha . baiting their pai
returned to Richmond Saturday.
Mr. Harry Barbee of Richmond,
spent Sunday in the home ot* Mr.
ea Florene clark and Pearl
Bruce .'.eek with Mrs J. T.
(pent Monday in
the home of Mr. CM
Mr. Hester Bruce and family
Sunday with Mi- '.
July _!. fjg.
Mesara. Sidney and Wlllk Ba
dale, of Roanoke, ipenl a few day- iu
tiii*. neighborhood laat e
tee Annie May and I.urine
Moring, of Farmville, bave been
spending a few days al Rose Lawn.
Mrs. Walter Weaver Ipenl Inuii
Sunday until Tuesday with ber par?
ents. Mr. and Mrs. W. Hamilton, of
Mi-s Mamie Redford spent Monday
Miss Fstelle Jenkins has returned
after a pleasant visit to relatives In
Mr-*. J. o. Vaughan, of I'aces, is
?? ith her son, Mr. \\ . Il Vaughan
Little Miaa Thelma Jenkin-, la
ting her grandmother, Mrs. i. B.
Redford thia week.
We regret to report Mr. and Mrs.
"andrew Flippen very sick.
The heading mill belonging to Mr.
I. i,. r.radsiiow, which baa ben at
"tony Knoll tor some time, will be
l near here within a lew day-.
Mr*.. May < OZ, ? ile Ol <<0bba N
'ox. died la-t I hursday and
inned Friday In the family grave
Mi*.> Nannie Baldwin, daughter of
I. ii Baldwin, and Edgar isailowe
vere married July ItWb bj Rev. A L
Mr-. V a Pollard went to Rich*
nonil last Monday lo conault Hr.
m in regai d to a w
Mr. M n are in
irg on a visit. Ml
"bile tl ?
Mr. -I. Iv Cuter. Deputy Sheri:
luckingham county, was found in
oad badly hurt Saturday night. It
thought that some of the
rienda of Wright, who
v Cartel d arith the Stewart
Hillier, had attacked Mr. Carter, but
was lound that his boree had
un away with him. The injured man
lay, following the I
Mrs. Hattie Mosley, wife of Capt.
T Moseley, 'hod Wedneeda? morn
ig at Buckingham, C. H.
Mr. -I- F. Sheppard, of Richmond.
I visiting friends in Cumberland th:s
The Southside Telephone Co.. has
lised the rent and improved the ser
ice. A u"""1 '"??'?>' l)*'(T,,,'? however,
ave taken out their phones, not ap
redating the better they
es living near Shep;
adi lott their only hom
.[tractive line of thin gooda iu
? neap, at
Fleming 4 clark's.
[mT i | J.ITahmTikiv
_ee & Thompson
Attorneys at Law
Fai'Mvii.li: and Ckkwi:, Va.
lining counties. Prompt attention to'lbu&inesa
Il ec tiona made and promptly remitted.