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THE FARMVILLE HERALD
HONOR POB THK PaYST, HKLP PO ' ? - J UK PUTURB.
v^ KAKIM \ :, LE, ? - iv .i' 25 N<> 17
MIMI ll WU Kl Alli
mcrete, Located on Third
ml Perfect la An-arBage
ni ami Appointment.
ullu lol Us
appliances is a splendid
? xteiior presents an
arance, while the in?
set I leta
upon which a lull
- is a fine specimen of
artistic skill. ta
of ti.e building, with Ho
a .inc, above tho tongue
: d in proper post
agi racks. silently ami
ire ready tor
e whole structure
to the place will gi ?
The fire committee
Mr N. B. H.
foi tin good taste and
? | they li ave displayed
I .i-ui executing the trust
D VU!' \ t.i ihejr keep
;:- The contractors. Mr. R S
ihl is iii the habit of de
- ' for F.tirnville.
kin' \i:i I > iii:i..\m/i \ i.oim.i.
Uch" |g the Naane Gives.,
the Knights ol th
?le- World was organized
le Monday nigl
vini I : Washing
s en ni the
? un tine- getting up the
'I ! e follow
S W Pi
mid. P. W
tatala B W.
rmed men on fraternal
? .? town. The Mac
:p in the
and Canada of over
ind to pro
ibled members, arid*
ll - of ?'?.,000 dol
lodge ;s coi
: ? roung men of
? with flat*
? a hrijrht future.
meeting to he held
monthly. . 475.1>
m monthly . .
sums t 'ml yoi
al the Normal is a val
11 to Farmville.
V 1 "f hi:
i \ .i deere*
i o Blab 'nd tht
li i Ided wis' ly ant
tl ?? wielder of Hi'
.?<! out this Se
ar above tie
as the world ha:
' ? ??' ?? w hen 1 an
the character nm
that my granddangb
Has host to have
lr BsaOther or not,
Knldaaos to her in rear
,n iiiii>.?? sive I un
! I. M. i
i'd by I id and but
corker In tl ird in ?]
thor, l ami with
tenderness, thal he stood b]
and saw him enter I
ley arni the al adow" without fear.
ami this wat comfort enough for .
Borrowing ones Tn the living he
addressed these won!.-: So om- in
this pr< aol
the heart say with Baalim of old.
who may have spoken them idly
ireleasly, "L-et nu- die the
death of the righteous, and let my
? 1 lie like his " Put to die
righteous one must live righi
the religion of the Bible having
ie of the life that i
areli as that which is to collie. That
funeral service should not be ii.
vain upon the living who attended
il. The remains were burled in our
town cemetery, and about the new
made grave gathered tbe old friends
and kinsmen from the tar North?
west and friends of Virginia who
had learned ti know and honor the
neighbor and friend, and tv
mingled fit ir tears, and the:
end the mound with a wea'th of
rare Mo>t< nis
Alone in our city of the dead mit
anil 11 .it woulc have
brightened tl ?? sod In South Dakota,
shims upon it here in Virginia, and
on the reaanrrectlon morn there will
b<- glad re tinton.
Washington's Pi- Ihda]
Last Tuesday, th.- |2d, was the
anniversary of Washington's birth
and tm- Herald ni"
of the daj We regret that
ls "ins in adopt.
It may he thal v,.? are ino absorbed
with the buying and selling of tobac?
and it may us
did n Farewell and that
? ; to "mai
to lill l I '.- "I ?.
ii.ai mean '
jlldlcii i-r aj -uk
up. p, io the I ii and
Am oom- to Idvertase Again.*1
Mr. John Stokes, a champion
raia* of Karville. al
a representative of the Herald the
other day by saying, "1 am not go
; lng to advertise again In rom pa
And why not, w as quickly
when he said with B mern
twinkle of the eye "1 did us.
want column recently and so man]
came in n the advertise?
ment to buy chickens that tba sup
ply t i ted before all had
been supplied, and such was the de
maud for bo chickens tl
: t<> la> claim to I I
to sell, and ii ,
? in th ? Herald forces me to
ti whit 1 don't want to
I John Teniph now editor
N a ?, "i k \merii
Atlanta, <ia . .Monday that the time
1 had come for the South to broaden
i its political views and repeating
. what Republican campaign orators
hen snouting from the slump
dared that tbe southern stati
hindering theil progress hy holding
1 to the political faith of their fathers.
Newp Mt News Pi
And thi knows
1 well that fur the South to "hroad
. en" on lines suggested by him ls
I to blacken. Serve your master,
1 Hearst, with all the faithfull-'
I atiility his money will buy, but don't
be fool enough to be hutting your
t head against the solidity of the
I South See lor stand like a "Stone*
" wall" and lift your hat when you
gaze on tho splendid picture
Herald and N. V. World $1.60.
Herald and N. Y. World $1 60
ni SQ OH I i THK1K i
actors irritable Veterans, Mu*
ste ("'nil. Dancing Be t i. and
Ihe H"v .? cn- mi tli Hill
to . i kins and l
: I ' Hi?
ll' d under pie i
?? Hampden-Sldnej Col
md the entertaining programme
ni; OR v
H. I don. Sub
Wanted Men. ;
3. L. Walker. Ph Hani
iln idual and 1
JUNIOR ni; \ I i
w [Mehi, Union. Bu
A Ph i ! Pee< ??
J. M. Crockett, Philanthropic
W. s Beard, Union. Bubjt et
Night Brings mn
F M Ryburn, Philanthropic
jedi -id its Rel)
"i the World.
Marshals: Union F I Brooke,
Wm Bison Phllanthropb P D.
Baker, A ll
O mmltt, ?? F. w. Thoi
Thompson. 1! P. White. M I' Bowl?
ing, w. p Mcilwaine, Jr., n G
famed as training school for Ol
ami I as grown in efl such
lines as it has grow n In
The I) liing Rive
promise <>t yet rm
Al 8-80 p. m. Baturdaj, tht t>
dy. "Brown's in Town," was given
to the .? i appreciative m
Prl I lng following the'
ng, Saturday morning and Sa?
turday erening, lovers of the
if motion to thi
rnony of music, and ail w<
ia; Herbert Traylor and Theron
Brown, of Richmond
The Water is Kine.
Some time since we mentioned the
thal Mi H B. Wood at the
? ol tin business hours ol
day. armed himself wita buckets
to the well at the Buffalo Mfg
and returned home with drink?
ing water for the family and for an
entire day. And now Mr W c,
to the front singing
. of the er, and
adds, "I drink no other water and a
half bucket of this each night
on duty." And
more imp!'- (Sive Ob D than
he presents? If ap;
? and diii
ih must tip the beam i
\ George Washington I
the Methodlsl Church held s
Washington o the 22nd
In the home of their Captain, Mrs
I 'in Wilson. The rooms were
prettily decorated with flags and na?
tional colors Master I.ow is Whit?
lock as Washington receivt d the
and their silver offering at
loor, while Miss Elisabeth Jar?
man. Miss Viva Paulett, Miss Nan?
nie Garnett and Mlas Fletches I
all clad In old-time cost um
ved chocolate, sherbet, hatchers
(cakes) and cherries from ti
ebrated cherry tree. Little Miss
Ida Lee Gray and Charlotte De 1
mun as "tw' i Martha Waahingtona"
presented SaVcL guest with a sou?
venir In the shape of a tiny i
The grown people were very kind
in patronising the children's tea. and
a n'ee sum was realized for which
the "Prlgade" returns many thanks
Smoke El Cuba and Katy Lee.
IF LiMsr IJ BL
riiFV Ml -i iEl I in m ii cv
an- Demand in
lt hl'.^ '?? ' 1 dd' Til, i
? the mri
,1 ?. ? tl
3am" has t"i- many D
ed a j path ol bl
o bis i a n p itopped t" i
;tli the i-i
ind s the con, ?
inclined folks by the
Kaon bim as a dall] . ami
(Hising fishing bole l
route nave seen bim o
mn wisely, bot too weil,
and then, too, I ? n inclined i
to take his trusty fowling ,
along thai he might replenish
hilder al home with a fat and
squirrel, or mayhap ? rabbit or an
unwary robin or a quail.
Put nie launer has grown Im?
patient of these erstwhile approved
paatimi and his rot
1 vehement protest ha-.
lodged accordingly wit li the pi
thal be The rural mall deliver)
bas l"it the larmer in s.ich
touch with the everydaj world
the pulsating, throbbing, swiftly
changing present that In?
to know what is going on right
if waiting until the
end Of the week lo catch ap with
has played ou'.
The i lasing of scoot* i
tin- tingle of tele
phone bell I ? eat b of the nol
fat distant ralli
things remind bim thal the I
is air. ? ron el?
yard Ita destiny, wh
id With thu gum ' n
the cr) thal
the ii. 'ul ami ri
of our civilization.
rural mail carrier m.
well prepare n
maud ming soon, moi ?
H .ill be required ti> travel on a
honk-honk car next
\s True iii Pallin ille av lt i*. In
The ; ai bel takes ever) man ai
his tace raine
Every woman is after tlu
wrinkle until it comes on her fact
Many B man marries with no high
er ideal- Can to have hu
ll some people should only p
The greatest drawback I
an) money bj
"Only when he i-;
nut i: ? mom j."
Harduppe isn't such a
. Hov There ls lots
r told me this mom
. had to paj cash for ?
\ Thoughtful Courtc-n.
As one of our preacher- left his
home OH last Sunday evening I
lils usual place in the pulpit, he
found a comfortahle carriage at the
gate to convey him to tin- church.
and then when the svarvlee anded
to land him safe at home again.
Fine courtesy on the part of one
who always hears him "gladly." And
it may be that the thoughtfulness
of the pew gave new power to the
pulpit. The sermon of the evening
emphasized the winsomeness ol
gentle courtesies between man and
Herald and M. Y. World ll.fO.
Il Of P..
"III US lo
?ed by a i
And a wmd as to hia Illustration
i rung his poi '
Should "iher murial
iart of sound wisdom '
\ir. w. c. Dunnington, tl
among tobacco dealers who has
e business ins life wort ami
iis life-Study, and who in ii- proi
Mutton has achieved the most hril
ilant rer won on Indus
! rilli field in all Viv;
South, and who still gi\.
it his whole time and nest talent.
Put how different from this is the
experience of H. of p , who abandon
ed the milking busmen more than
and who DOW
pan ot guardian and
guide t" thee who would embark in
Conaull Mr Dunnington as tn
ail that concerns tin- tobacco I
il lu- has stuck t.> it and made
a success of it, hut when a Ile
comes io talk of the milking
Oin abandoned it and lias bu!
injection to it and thai
work. work, work, listen re?
spectfully and then return to the
and lmll. pull, iiull, nevr
? lng that if "Wat" Dunning-j
ton had been afraid of wmk. con?
stant work, "everlastingly at it." be
would rn won a victory
Worth tin- having
We venture 11.-- remark I hat dui -
rn- on his part, his only
LOVEB OF Tin: ' -
\n Interesting l>,-i>atc
ature of t
Resolved, Thal the word obey
should be noni the mar?
riage contract." Ailirinat i\.-.
ai ii Am. Colema
.e, In S R Wilson and Mr
U 1 I
The i uh.H' i ' ' ated rn ich Inter
and many turned out. The
question wa i bandied e il i ease b)
the v el was greatly enjoi
.?d ic. th.- i landing
th,- ationg argument put forth i>\
tin- negative, th.- judges after lons
deliberation gave their decision in
Th" officer- of the League wish
to hav.- more i-f th- ind pa?
ul" the pu bli i i rlsll
nieetitms and help anjo]
literary part and tl nging
We are striving each tim" to make
mir programme both interesting and
:? tlve. '?'
principal reason for organizing the
collect money with
ir publ '? school No. -. it is
mir hope and
Negro in Farmville hiv
evening, February 2t?th, and
witness the programme entitled the
Evening With Dunbar. We promise
much enjoyment to all. The sing?
ing of plantation melodies will he
a special feature
P, il HILTON. Pi
MUS M. A. WA PH
T P. MILLER, Treasurer.
A bright boy in the Training
i School of the Normal, when his
teacher said, "If you don't do hotter
I will have to take your nam-."
promptly replied, "P" you do I will
get another." We will expert tn
hear from this young gentleman
A healthy man Ia a king In his
own right; an unhealthy man la an
unhappy slave. Burdock Blood Bit?
ters bullda up sound health?keeps
THE FIHST MTIQIUIL
* HANK Willi \\ HONORHs)
I" \>l 1X1) ll I'; lilli li i;*,;
arnott!-. ?? Hall MIHI m ami stat*
' ? now
n this lasue "i '!"? il- raid Tha-i
\ B, Davidson, P
of marvellous growth The capital
and surplus have peen Increased *?
DOO, ami the n hewe
<i the half-million mark
The Hank gave its business bannar
to the breeze January, Fun with
Mr. N H. Davidson as president, and
who. during tin | In y ba*")
come nnd gone, has had his gtiid
ing hand onthe helm, and still holis*
it weil ami steady.
Mr a, C Clapham was iu
first cashier. th*
launching of the craft, and its .-arly''
experience on the his. a ca?
pacity and courage horn of ric; i
. ??. and which charged wits
genuine Inspiration the maiden et
v Velden I i
ollow'ed b) Mr. .1 w
Long, another careful, 1 sui
yet progressive hanker. who
continued to pi om cute th'- work
rigorously ami successfully, He wag
followed b) tin- present cashier, Mr.
v Valden, upon a hose should!
the mantel of princely pr
and who ha.- worn it WOrthUy
and well. The - .1
Cashier .in- abl) lustaine 1 in th**
management "!' tin- institution b) *
Board of Directors, :iii "t wi "in .ir**
Ville, who havi
With abundant capital,
National will add an ? bril
liam tuturi llllaut
Behind tb< 1 ? ml Idlng
community, and together will
well a n cord already written, and
make it continue to glow win, *
lustre and int'" 1
SOT li 1 Sealed bWsf. r ths str*tt
cleanings, now In rile in rear of Mr.
Donnington I fictorv will be receive*!
nhl nunn March 1st. lulu
JNO H. MARTIN,
< liairnian Street < 'ommittee.
Sore Lungs and Haw Lung*.
Mosi pea,pin know the feeling and
the miserable state of 111 health
know that Foley's Honey and Tar ls
tiie greatest throat and lung remedy
will ijuickly cure the soreness and
c"'i*.h, and restore a normal con?
dition. Ask for Foley's Honey and
Tar. Sold by all druggists.
! "Suffered day and night the tor?
ment of Itching piles. Nothing help
? ad me until 1 used Doan's Ointment.
1 ft cured me permanently."?Hon.
Jobn R. Garrett, Mayor, Girard, Aha.