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THE FARMVILLE HERALD
PAST, Hil.!' t FOR !HK FUTUH
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PARMVILLE, VA., FRIDAY, .1 .MARY w>
IE CONTEST OVER
ni US! MING ILL
? [HI LIM
nus tie Hmm, Uss Bet
lill M.ss Smitten a
t fi ve moi
! al ten 1*.
I - ol the ?'ld year
V < Marj Lee
' i Inna
^ratulationt to ?Ih
? h must -.Hr
rith just m ?
f ? held in such hi^li
? : Kl
? which she
lohn .). (Ul
Death ol A Young Man.
celpt ni the newi
W. ll. lUdgOOd, univ -on ,.| Dr
Ittdgood and brothel of Mrs
Fleming, whiehtoeeurred nt athotei in
Santa Ke, New Ml \. ,. ,,; (|u.
particular* had been received ia w< g<
Mr. Bldgood had won linn reputa?
tion in i>u- and at the time
loath, wa- travelling in the In?
ti h l?niL' Houae. He baa n<.t
been in robust health tor venue two
??un i Mfr
hiaatrength. He waa t jrearaofage,
ami hail before him u hriiiiant bualneae
lt is expected thu the bodj * iii
tere toaaorrow, and the funeral
mi geoday mo ming
Don't lei the bab from
it an) Itching ol the
:' ? s in
children. .\ii (in.
Winner of Piano.
1HE HOLE CONTEST.
Minn Wen iiih Giesseri Kui Mr. H.
H. Kee Hon tim Prize.
?ii tho last
-t 11 King
tho habit ot' measuring rime by
tho burning ot candles, and that in
Som h.ui undertaken tho same thing
A miniature Studebaker wagon was
?emium off< rel th<
took part ii
li it Mr. ll who
'od in th?
Hilh l's During Christinas.
SERVATIVE ESTIMATE CF JUDGE ll. D. WATKINS'
STRENGTH SS IT APPEARS ST THIS THE.
Bruna* ? -
Prince Eda ird t
Prince George 234
Eatimate of vote that viii be caa)
nate ol vote required to nominate
JUDGE WATKINS PROSPEC
Prince Edward, solid for Watkins, at
Nottoway, Amelia and Powhatan, pra ? lid, for Watkin
Petersburg assured for Watkins . . . 4oo
Dinwiddie and Lunenburg assured for Watkins.
Mecklenburg and Greensville g.I votes for Watkins Sun
I'riii' ? and Brum ? nplimenl ry vote fo
Twenty-two hundred for W te.
THE HERALD FOR 1310.
Hilli PariseaMe Mee Wi Point tn Our
lectrt, With UoBttleice mi With
BterJ Ieee Ve Feet neFetere.
favor of patrons
and fi ?
and with burning ambition to make
? ? host
in all il
To thu md it ha
some two thousand dollars in better?
ment of its outfit, and with improved
facilities hopes to do moro and hotter
work. To meei the additional outlay
n ap| ? lently to i
public to aid in bearing it. With a
modem da ? tting machine we
will sond out each wt ? i r with
bright now face tree strive
to maintain front rank in the weekly
journalism of Virginia.
Due prominence will he given to
. while our editona
will deal fearlessly and justly
with the public questions of th<
ing days eral news of this
and other lands will b
' DO other paper
hut the Herald the readers
will be kept ni cloaca] teach with
things worth knowing, w:.
pening at home or abroad
(mr circulation dy increaa
ed in the recent past and it untiring
effort will secure the result, we will
yet increase it more and more. This
fact is of most importance to those
who use om advertising columi
the larger the reading list the I
? who use sui ll
columns to make known their w.mts
whether as seller or buyer. We will
not agree with the immortal Jefferson
that the advertising columns of the
ipers contain tin' only truth to
he found ifi them, hut as they are
controlled i>> others than editors or
rep:,: ti public
may i" I listen to and he
ned hy tue things that are writ
tell therein. We know nothit
Heath nt VHiierabtfi Citizen.
tri, lei lin III
? red m our
MSIWAKII ll! THE STAR lit r.AKM
VILITI NMGItS! HIKES
Mr. Soi; four
? lots on
ii and two to Mr C. A P
and each will build ham
grow. nos will have all city
M will rnakt
homes. But ive must have manufac?
turing plants as well as home
Parmville must co-operate with Mr.
hill si<let with the I 't should I
the Norfolk and \\ etti I; bind
? ? ven?
ture. And not a venture either for if.
i ? isiastic
effort all uncertainty will go .md i
suranee take its place The n
i tune for renewing our strength
to make Parmville just what it should
ami \ V World
\ iii. Hula) Party.
that when it
.? in \ 111.- ai
which but nov that
won. we all unite In
mg no mistake waa made |n the
ol a i esident ph
'hat li the incut
bul the confidential I
of the student bod) as ir el I
ation with thi ! no
when it d le the
. when tho
the 30th inst. Mi
and Miss Nannie Eda
Mr. and Mrs. Edv Parmville,
Mr C. 0. Hamlett performinj
ceremony. After the marriage supper
cing became the order of the evening
and was continued th:
of Primo Edward's prosperous farm
Mr. Cawn is ai istling
and successful farmer hov, the
re wish that this young
couoh* may he richly blessed with a
?g fe of happiness and
FATHER WATERS' REPLIES.
Defends He Bactria* iii h.irh'ces
Hf I Uk l.hiirch.
l'er 10th, appt
entitled '"! irport
delivered by ??
Parmville November 29th, and further
more giving what is supposed tobe
a refutation ol I (m
-nd pra mg sins tu aaa*
with a view ot obtaining Qod'a
The writer qui I -aleif
tella his aina to the pru at
This point of my lecture waa a
minutes in the deliver} and waa ?? >*
It would pei (ed tba
lorain it ? ired
tonal ? ? the rat
Con'' ventive ?#
Sin. I wonder ? ? : ut
I | oj
doii an I
from them th h. dps them la
ave ,i Christian life ? ? 'onfession re
forms the worst sinners in the w n*
ind inits them OB the road to heave..
Who could be more pleased than um
Your writer assumes the task of
lefending Protestantism. Let 1mm
lefand it Hut to do so it jt n,
arv for him to attack < 'athohcism *
i he find that Protestantism >T
inly the dem.ii one by one ol ? atba
surveying the sith ?
:ion he sees how one demo-, this do
trine another that, a third another anti
IO on down the hst till at last tie
I atholl!' o: doctrine
left which is not denied and rej< ? /
by some Protestant denomination. 13
that your writer's ides ol Proteetaal
ism, the denial ol anything and ei |
thing Catholic - it would seem sa
from his expressed pm; ? I .mg
0(1 one by one the eight lecture- ww
d in Parmville and bj ri futhag
them defend Protestantism.
the lecture itself which he failed te
I tried to he clear; peri 1
tailed sud your representatJ 1 i
not repr duce the argu pub?
To prepare the mind- of my
the argument ta
?ome I tmotedjMatthew 16:19, "I will
theo the keys of the kingdom
if heaven. And a thoa
mall hind upon earth it shall he hound
??tl; and Vt thoa
? - quoted M it