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title: 'The Farmville herald. (Farmville, Va.) 1890-1934, February 04, 1910, Image 1',
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HONOR TOR THK PAST, UKI fHE PRESENT, HOPK FOR PHE Pl
FARMVILLE, VA., FRIDAY, FKBRUARY i. 1910.
?031 IHE GAUNTLET.
Must Kally to The Call or
tilt Less Meat.
? ? ?
The Whip poor-Will.
: MAY BF I
d ni young will
Id look to tlu
?" 111 *aZ Ol
tl val ut- than thal
My zeal hal
David, and jusi
? don't know
Labor mov< il by
bat labor ii
: I Iel
KKULIN i?' ll tVI
i PoftHkm Offered Htai
? \. M. I.
il] Hill lev
V. M. 1
al and religious civ
but we are glad to koo.
v the Do
vie Hoard of Trade wi
art boase Mdi
ol Bupreme in
be brought before th
all citizens are urgent
I l.KTT. JR., E
i < . i>iikm*...., Vkaaw,
C Dickinson, a bu
i had bean noni
;i Democratic conventio
uri for ' >n tl
The election toe
iay last and he won 1
?mr Virginia friend
r that thi
. a new hi I
ry ii' n, woman and child
who i. ? want
any ol Irand old man
but he forgot that i it Itv*
could not afford to do
but tim-, that
and pa) -rolla to a
look for food for 11
? will not turn back
. flight and we are borne
all IU amal
I tin"]) to I
LET THE RUSH BE EIILL(IHEI) BY REST.
Practical Suggestions Tor the Strenu?
ous Age In Which we Live.
I Another baa well said of I
in which we live, "lt is all come and
an 1 du sta). The dlachai
? multiplied out of all pro
portion to the generators ol powei
I The BWlfl
thousand nipa ol
the incessant teeming ol
win! abroad and ?
the mercy of a disintegrating
? of ii.v
.vailable masa of pur
teadily directed to ii
ile chatter "i conceited criticiam ti
produce much of > ? worth
' if it were converted into i
And then adds: "lt is fortunata
for us. in tin g, headlon,
age, that, in each rei uri'
slumber the soul tak"s an Invigorat
ll iim hath of lonliness; that in thi
'- mysterious alteration of our exist
night the babblini
mis of society empty Into th1
ilttade of sleep and dream
I, The greed soul, apparently dwarfer
tha stature of common men. a
soon as alone dilates a^ain t
Its native majesty and becins to hoi
converse with themes of Its ow:
altitude." Why not take time t
? i dream? Can w
? not maintain refreshing <*ilm in th
?? midst of the sweeping current an
n not lose our heads in the swim? Th
is Immortal Lea waa aersne in th
k thick of the strife and thoughtft
>7 no matter how the tempest roared
t- Thanks for sle"p. "natur
hut the things worth th
ne hy workara in th
I waking hours.
GIVES IIOE LIKES,
um IN (il.
ieMe Esanple el
Hen I ii.in . lien.
0 last i
church the first
dall) in >oung
manu lo no mon
the touch and skill
Hy reviewed the
? them in o '
I KKII THK BII.DS.
I he) m ?? I rlenda ot the ? 'au mern
coated th< earth for long per
Bhutting off the birda
I supply. In consequent
tbouaanda and ornithological expert
? that the diminution In theil
numbera is a serious menace to ne.
ru ult ural proapet lt) The birds re
I he growing cn
and if the blrda freese ant
starve the fannel- mast BUffSl BlB(
I ins mi an that prices will con
tlnue to ? flying ma
must gel to in common aa fart
? ur tm
. ind yet Hill, the rallroi
the high | lue to higl
living, while another "stuart Al
. ililli prtcea are d i<
pletfa >ney when nil ?
? ?I the people are hard up
ting to be all too nblquit
rOH N IK M 1 FOR 1HT.I.
And Ko One of Those Voted for No
Election Maj 21. 1876
R, B PAULETT
\ T. davis
1 For Treasurer
H. K VENABLE
J For Commissioner of Revenue
e H. G. RICHARDSON.
! B. ta*. ANDERSON,
e EDWARD W1LT8E
JOHN R. WILSON
I. G. B. WRIGHT.
E. T. RICE.
H. E. WARREN
e R. M. BURTON
Dead but not forgott'-n.
J5 MM II PL?
Fanner* t ? the Ke cue,
? I lake
i.- not ali thi called
upon to d" Havini d the
wrong thal j done them the
thing to :
might and "turn ti out
? land can
rOKIARNU IS Ul 111 FOKAIHED.
I he Voters el Farmville An Sommoo
nil tn tilt; Discharge al Blah Cl!
for the kindl)
O our dui ?
? ho will i
the "deal people" and wh
will promise to be "mind hov.-" whe
in office. Aspirants ia!,.- ai
villi ol Us to il
full duty Again I Wlah to than
you, Mr Editor, foi giving ??,
-.mi to the faithful wari
| faithful watcher on,the watch toa
er. Bines reading the raluable i ot
t ri taut ion l feel renewed eonfldenc
in the future of Fannville
Miss Janet Duval! Writes Suriqliti
Twilight Paat 'i lm< > Ban
la the tit li : Ightl) mus
cal composition from the hand of
Janet Dovall, Of Farmville. Vi
Duvall ! .ted 'Twillgl
Past-times" to hst friend. M
my" Morris Rowe, of thin city. Mi
.11 ls an attractive yoong I
brunette t>pe. an accomplished n;
sician and unite popular with a lan
circle of friends in | niunit
Tin- yminc compose, i- a tsaehi
in the Bvms-EatOB Araih tn>
Hampton. Judges of music I
the composition is very clever ai
and shows marked ability in tl
yoong lad) Hamilton Monitor
The Herald joins with her lari
circle of Farmville friends in send!
congratulations to Miss Janet in h<
home of triumph, but none ol the
?urprisi'd at the announ
of her new-horn honor
My kitchen stove is kept bright ar
n bv rubbing it briskly af'
' meal with old newspapers This savi
Don't be too much impressed wi
what "everybody says." Sometinn
this "everybody" is nothing raoi
than some neighborhood gossip.
that the |.
ml men in your tow u a ho have a on
I) at it' true d' Kini:. hut those
their stores when DUBl
or pleasun -i have
Wi the ii
1 well i did so
~ in my first com > i bul 1 do
' doll. ? inners
' The Hollandei .th- ;i horn
" dairyman, cows and milk occupy thc
? benita! pop?
ulation from (radii- to grave, and si
" in le ? the Englishman ami
ni the Virginian, th<
?' typical Southerner, is cast in anoth
'?' er mould Let nie sa\. and I don't
mean to offend, and i hope no uni
'"? will take off. ? ll people it
? Europe or America, the land-ownet
class of Virginia is hy birth, b)
training, b) association ami temper
ament the hast fitted for the un
riging, mollycoddle work of milli
Mr Editor, lar he ii from rn;
I or thoughts to do
that shall hinder any tudu
your town, or your people, or yoO!
? growth; practically everything l hu;
j- or sell comes from or k
Farmville, and I have |.q a
i. patron of her trade for tort
it 1 want to see her groa I want ti
ta "aore-enoogh" pay rolls, hundred
nf of new famiiv t" create
ii demand for our chickens, torksyi
.',. etc, iii qoantitiea of more than
> dozen at a time, but as a poultr
tr market your town la a back numhei
nt Why is if What's the matter wit
i> Farmville? I QOOtS actual
id turkeys a Week beforeChristmas
of my neighbors took a fine In
turkeys a week before Christmas
the following price, \2 I'la, per lt
,,, Sanie day another neighbor took 1
n or 20 over to Prospect (both travel
,,,. ed 1.' miles) and sold to Mr BM
m Taylor at 15C. per lb.
|lt Query. When will Farmville cati
up to Prospect as a poultry market
Ile women want to know especiall)
as poultry money is Just as good a
creamery, and comes easier.
* II of B.
Ih It does not necessarily foll nv (ha
es the one who ran indite the rn
re timental valentine will make the bes
I i ;;
m Lets c? . Maas
' he \"ie i an,
ll lot a
ter, 1,762; Turnbull, 1.906; Watkins
Turnbull'a majoi it]
ill not sm. dost
COMMON SENSE FIRST. UNO
BABIES AKF NnTINAMMAlE rilYS.B
The lavst fad If not foll) ot the
? day la embraced in the tenn "Scien?
tific Motherhood" If wi
Informed ictlcal work
? Inga of the modern baby
i ralalng it is that no bab) is to ho
led under the chm, nor et.d at.
- nor allowi ;i tOOtll
- cutting appltam ?
; in baby blue ribbons, nor allow* I to
?leap on ll lld ad infinitum
t scientific moth- I
i motlier of conn
r aomething In la Harald on
f the aubject of treating a cow
> hiv rather that. I illy and If
r you i ootrlbotlon you win
) to a frazzle. Scientific moth
.lily mothers who spend much
s of their time at dubs while mothers
t of their time
;, at home You may raise a baby on
I a Lottie hut w- hav. tittil aaom for
v oin- raised 00 "bosh."
h The Young Man Himtelf.
The second IB the series Ol
t mons to yoong men will bi dellver
.d bj Rev W B Hill at the Fre.sby
tarian Choreh on n<-xt Sunday ev
- nitig. "The Yoong Man HimHelf,"
will be the subject of the sermon
Hippy With the 1'iano
Badgett, who won the piano,
' is happy in the possession of the
' prize, and begs through the columns
s of the Herald to thank UM many
friends who so kindly and generoua
-upported her In the cont- t
t He wide awake, hustle, and make
- tricks, but do not, on any i
it make muddy ones on your wife's best